Quarq DZero in spider form. To pair with Quarq Prime and for upgrades*.
Road: DFour -110 BCD asymmetric bolt patterns.
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Bluetooth low energy technology and ANT+ wireless data transfer.
AxCad - no magnet.
10K Temperature Compensation.
Battery - CR2032, 200-hour battery life, change without tools.
OmniCal - swap chainrings without affecting accuracy.
IPX7 waterproof rating.
Accuracy - within 1.5%, measuring both legs.
Quarq’s next generation in power meters, DZero combines 10 years of technology advances with new features such as dual Bluetooth low energy and ANT+ wireless data transfer, the new Qalvin BLE app, and compatibility with Boost 148 (52mm chainline) and BB386EVO bottom brackets.
* See Compatibility under Specifications to find out if your Quarq power meter can be upgraded with a DZero spider.
Material CNC Machined Aluminum Accuracy 1.5% Bolt Circle Diameter 110 BCD Asymmetric Wireless Technology ANT+, Bluetooth low energy technology Battery CR2032, 200 hours of riding time Weight 154g Head Unit
ANT+™ and Bluetooth® low energy technology compatible head units (available separately)
Power meters that use the 8-bolt interface can be upgraded to a DZero power meter spider.
Power meters and cranksets on 8-bolt since release:
- Quarq ELSA RS (Aug ’14)
- Quarq RIKEN AL (Apr ’15)
- Quarq Prime Power Ready Cranksets (Mar '16)
- SRAM XX1 Power Meter (Aug ’14) (Note: Boost spiders should not be paired with 156Q crank arms)
- SRAM RED BB386EVO standard crankset (Mar '16)
Power meters switched to 8-bolt:
- Quarq RIKEN R (Revision AEQ onward, except warranty/replacement – Jul ’15)
- SRAM RED (eTap graphics – Jan ‘16)
- Quarq ELSA R
- Additional Information
Brand Quarq BCD Compact (110bcd) Battery Type CR2032 System Type Full-system