New innovative crank axle-based power meter. Power instrumentation is integrated inside the bottom bracket, protecting it from shock, crashes and the outside elements.
INpower measures power in the left leg (single sided) only.
INpower also maintains the bike's original aesthetics.
INpower can convert any 30mm ROTOR crankset into an axle-based power meter. Now for the first time, with a nod to toward ROTOR's flagship Q-Rings, INpower features TORQUE 360 and Optimum Chainring Angle (OCA) pedal analysis. Cyclists can now precisely and accurately assess force variations in their pedal stroke. TORQUE 360 and OCA values enable riders to orient their Q-Rings around their distinct pedaling characteristics taking advantage of their most productive zone.
INpower uses a standard AA battery and is equipped with the UBB30 axle system, a 30mm diameter axle, compatible with almost all standard frames in the market. Left arm option is available, so you can make your existing ROTOR cranks into a power meter, installation is easy via downloadable multi-lingual user manual.
Because it's centered in the crank axle, INpower achieves cleaner data transfer and greater accuracy via ANT+ protocol without suffering interruptions and temperature fluctuations. Sophisticated metrics like Torque Effectiveness and Pedal Smoothness determine total torque versus positive torque and average power versus maximum power respectively.
ROTOR's ambitions for INpower include apodption by elite level teams such as MTN-Qhubeka p/d Samsung and Elite level triathletes, who have testing INpower and providing feedback since the season's start.