About the Garmin Edge 530 Sensor Bundle
There's nothing wrong with a nice bike ride in the country. But if improving speed and endurance is important to you, you need to train with a purpose, and that requires data. Garmin's Edge 530 offers the high-performance features you need for serious training, with sophisticated tools to provide the metrics you need to really improve. And this Edge 530 Sensor Bundle is a great way to get all the tools you need to get the job done.
All the extras
In addition to standard and upfront mounts, the Edge 530 Sensor Bundle includes a heart rate monitor, letting you train in the proper heart-rate zone to optimize your workout. The cadence sensor provides real-time feedback on your cycling RPMs so you can smooth out your pedal stroke, while the speed sensor works on indoor trainers. Edge 530 works with all ANT+-enabled power meters (not included) so you can track your power output in watts when you ride — another very effective training method.
Edge 530 also taps into the power of your smartphone through the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app. Features like live tracking, social media sharing, weather, and more are ready to access before, during, and after your ride. In conjunction with a compatible smartphone, you can even message to other riders in your group when you're on the road. And when you're out on a long ride or race, your friends and family can follow your progress on Garmin Connect with real-time map updates.
This versatile device is also compatible with Strava live segments, so you can track your progress while you're riding on your favorite climbs and fly zones. You'll receive alerts when the segments start and finish, and even instant leaderboard rankings once you've finished the segment.
Know where you are
When I first started riding the roads in Central Virginia, finding good routes meant consulting cycling club guidebooks and tagging along with lots of group rides. Edge 530 has Garmin's Cycle Map preloaded so you can create courses with turn-by-turn directions for both on- and off-road adventures. During your ride, its high-sensitivity GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo receiver tracks speed, distance, time, plus ascent and descent, while a built-in barometric altimeter yields precise elevation measurements. And with Garmin's ClimbPro feature, you'll always know how much longer you've got to go on those epic climbs.
Stay safe and aware
Edge 530 is fully compatible with Garmin's Varia smart lights and rear-view radar, ensuring that you'll know what's happening on the road around you and that drivers are aware of your presence. Don't worry about rain showers — you can quickly scope out threatening weather conditions on the Edge 530's water-resistant color display while leaving your smartphone safe and dry in your pocket or jacket. Do you ride a mountain bike? Check out this mountain bike bundle to buy the Edge 530 with an included mountain-bike mount and other useful gear for mountain bikers.
- GPS cycling computer
- bundle includes heart rate monitor, plus speed and cadence sensors
- GPS, GLONASS, Galileo support with integrated altimeter, accelerometer, and magnetometer
- USB cable, tether, standard and out-front mounts included
- 2.6" color display (246 x 322 pixels)
- water resistant (IPX7 standard)
- smart notifications (texts, email, etc.), weather alerts, GroupTrack and LiveTrack when paired with compatible smartphones
- incident detection and assistance, plus rider-to-rider messaging
- ANT+, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity
- compatible with Vector pedals, third-party ANT+ power meters, and ANT+ trainers
- Shimano Di2 connectivity
- compatible with Garmin Varia bike radar and lights
- Garmin Connect compatible, including training plans/workouts, VO2/training effect/training status
- offers in-ride challenges through Strava live segments (Strava Premium required)
- preloaded Garmin cycling map with route calculation and turn-by-turn directions
- customizable display fields
- 20 hours battery life, compatible with optional Garmin Charge Power Pack for up to 40 hours of use
- dimensions: 1.9"W x 3.2"H x .8"D
- weight 2.7 oz
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 010-02060-10
What's in the box:
Garmin Edge 530 Sensor Bundle owner's manual
- GPS-enabled bike computer (black)
- 2 Standard plastic handlebar mounts
- 2 Thick rubber disks
- 2 Thin rubber disks
- 4 Large O-rings
- 4 Small O-rings
- Flush Out-front Bike Mount
- Thick rubber handlebar collar
- Thin rubber handlebar collar
- Elastic tether
- 2.5mm Hex key
- 2mm Hex key
- Speed sensor with protective rubber cover
- Cadence sensor
- 3 Rubber sensor mounting bands (small/medium/large)
- Heart Rate Monitor (HRM-Dual)
- HRM soft strap
- 19.5" USB cable (USB Type A male connector on one end and a Micro-B USB connector on the other end)
- Quick Start Manual
- Important Safety and Product Information
- Heart Rate Monitor Instructions
- Notice regarding EPDM replacement bands
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More details on the Garmin Edge 530 Sensor Bundle
Overview: The Garmin Edge 530 is a compact, GPS-enabled advanced bicycle computer with navigation and connected features, such as live tracking, social media sharing, weather, and the ability to send and receive course maps. The Edge 530 Sensor Bundle includes two standard mounts, plus the Out-front Bike mount, a speed sensor, a cadence sensor, and the HRM-Dual heart rate monitor (with soft strap).
Display: The Edge 530 has a 2.6" backlit, high resolution color LCD (1.5"W x 2.0"H), with a display resolution of 246 x 322 pixels. You can view the maps, maneuver through the menus, and make selections by touching the controls on the left, right, and below the display. The display will show your chosen route, elapsed time, speed, distance, time of day, and calories burned (if applicable).
GPS with Garmin Cycle Map: The Edge 530 has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with the preloaded Garmin Cycle Map with turn-by-turn directions for on and off road courses. The maps will alert you of upcoming turns, and can guide you back to the route, if you get off course. When you turn on the unit outdoors, it finds satellites quickly, so you can start your ride quicker. The time of day and the date are automatically set by the GPS receiver. If training indoors, you can turn off the GPS receiver to save battery power.
High-Sensitivity GPS Receiver: The unit features a high-sensitivity GPS receiver which will stay locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings or under tree cover. By default, the device uses the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS) to locate overhead satellites. When you're in locations with poor sky visibility, you can use a combination of GPS and GLONASS (Russian satellite system), or GPS and Galileo (European Union satellite system) to obtain a more accurate position. Using GPS and another satellite system together will reduce battery life more quickly than using GPS alone.
Waterproof: The Edge 530 is waterproof to IEC Standard 60529 IPX7, which means it is protected from most types of inclement weather, as well as splashes of water. It can also withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. The casing is totally sealed, including the edge-mounted controls, and the USB port has a water-resistant cover to prevent corrosion. The device also has a wide operating temperature range of -4° to 140°F.
Smartphone Compatible: You can wirelessly link your device to a smartphone (Android 5.0 and up / iOS 10.0 or later) using the Garmin Connect mobile app. While connected, you can receive smart notifications on your device as you ride. At the end of your ride, you can transfer the ride data directly to your phone via Bluetooth. Using the app, you can analyze the details of your ride, or share it with others. You can also search out courses and workouts stored at Garmin Connect, download them to your smartphone, and send them to your Edge 530 wirelessly. Real-time weather updates and alerts can be sent from your smartphone to your device.
LiveTrack: Another connected feature of the Edge 530, LiveTrack, allows your friends and family to follow your races and training activities in real time. You can invite your followers via email or social media to view your live data on the Garmin Connect tracking page. Once they see your invitation, they can click to follow your progress on a map and see your stats.
Controls: Most of the controls are located along the edge of the display. On the Home screen, you can access your bike profile, change your activity profile, manage your history, courses, and workouts, and start a new ride. During your ride, you can use the front panel buttons to start/stop the timer and mark a new lap without having to look at the screen. The power and backlight button is located on the side.
ANT+: ANT+ is a wireless technology that allows certain accessories to communicate with the Edge 530. ANT+ sensors generally work within 10 feet of the unit. In addition, an increasing number of health clubs and fitness centers have ANT+ compatible equipment in their facilities, so you can use the same accessories separate from your device.
Cadence Sensor: The included Cadence Sensor lets you measure your pedaling cadence as you ride. The sensor easily installs on one of your pedal crank arms, and provides feedback to the Edge 530 each time you rotate the pedal. There are no magnets or parts to line up, making it easy to swap from one bike to another. It connects to your device via ANT+ technology. The Cadence Sensor is powered by a user-replaceable CR2032 Lithium coin cell battery, which lasts approximately one year (based on 1 hour of use per day).
Speed Sensor: The included Speed Sensor mounts to the hub of either wheel, and helps you determine your speed and distance more accurately than GPS. Once installed, you'll need to calibrate it with your Edge device, or enter the wheel size in the setup menu on the Garmin Connect website. It connects to the Edge 530 via ANT+ wireless connectivity.
HRM-Dual: The included HRM-Dual is an advanced heart rate monitor to help you get the most out of your workouts, and reach your fitness goals. The heart rate monitor features an adjustable strap (25" to 52") that is worn around the chest, just below the sternum. The module is 2.444" x 1.346" x 0.42" (WxHxD), and snaps into place on the strap. It uses ANT+ and Bluetooth Low Energy technology to wirelessly transmit your heart rate data in real time to the Edge 530. Wireless range is approximately 9.8 feet (3 meters).
Varia Bike Radar/Lights: The optional Varia Rearview Radar and other Smart Bike Lights work with the Edge 530 to keep you safe as you ride on the highway. Varia Rearview Radar can alert you of vehicles approaching from behind. Varia Smart headlights and tail lights integrate with the Edge 530 and change intensity with your speed.
User Profile: The Edge 530 allows you to enter data about yourself to create a User Profile. This data (gender, birth year, weight, and height) is used to calculate accurate ride data.
Garmin Connect: Free web-based Garmin Connect software lets you store your workout data for comprehensive analysis. Garmin Connect is used by cyclists worldwide, and presents your data in an easily understood manner, with maps, reports, and suggested activities. You can create fitness goals and send them to your device. As you complete activities toward your goals, they are tracked on both the device and on Garmin Connect.
Courses: The Edge 530 can save your ride data as you train. From that saved data, you can use Garmin Connect software to create courses that you can follow in the future. Each time you follow the course, the unit will compare your time to previous rides, or to other riders, and let you set performance goals. As you ride along the course, the display will indicate distance and time to upcoming maneuvers.
Strava: The Edge 530 is compatible with Strava, a cycling and running website and mobile app, which lets you set goals, training plans, get power analysis, and compare your results with other athletes in your age and weight class. You can download Strava segments to the Edge 530 for competing against your previous segment times, or others who ride the same route. Segment results appear in real time, showing the Distance to Go and Time Ahead (or Behind) your competitor.
Incident Detection: A built-in accelerometer can detect if you have difficulty along the route, and will send your location coordinates to an emergency contact. When an incident is detected, a message appears on your device and paired smartphone, indicating your contacts will be notified after 30 seconds have elapsed. If you do not need assistance, you can cancel the automated emergency message. You must be connected to Garmin Connect mobile app, with emergency contacts entered, for Incident Detection to properly function.Auto Pause: The built-in timer will pause automatically when it detects you're not moving. The timer will restart when you resume your ride.
Auto Lap: The Auto Lap feature lets you automatically mark the lap at a specific position. This helps you compare your performance over different parts of a ride (i.e. a long climb or training sprints). You can also use Auto Lap to mark laps at a specific distance.
Ride Data Storage: The Edge 530 built-in memory stores up to 200 hours of your ride data until it can be uploaded to your Garmin Connect account. The unit not only has an odometer to keep track of your mileage, but includes data on your last ride, longest ride, fastest ride, and all rides. The memory also stores up to 100 routes and 200 waypoints, favorites, and locations.
Virtual Partner: During your workout, you can use the Virtual Partner to help you meet your goals. The Virtual Partner rides along with you and provides incentive for you to keep up or stay ahead. If necessary, you can adjust the speed of the Virtual Partner during the ride.
USB Port: A Micro USB port is provided on the front edge of the unit for charging and connecting to your computer. A water-resistant cap keeps moisture out.
Power Requirements: The unit is powered by a built-in Lithium-Ion battery. It charges via the included USB cable when connected to your computer. The battery charge level is expressed as a percentage on the display. Typical battery life for the device is approximately 20 hours.
Battery Save Mode: You can enable the Battery Save mode to extend the battery life. When you turn on Battery Save mode, the screen turns off during the activity. To wake it up, you can manually press a key, or enable automatic alerts. GPS tracking points and sensor data are recorded less frequently. Speed, distance, and track data accuracy are reduced. You will need to disable Battery Save mode to use all of the device features.
Mounting: The Edge 530 can be mounted to your bicycle's handlebars or stem using the included standard "quarter-turn" mounts. Two sizes of rubber mounting bands are included for best fit. Two complete mounts are included to allow you to use the unit on multiple bikes. The included Out-Front Bike Mount lets you put the device in front of the handlebars for easier, heads-up positioning and increased safety.
Optional Edge Power Mount: This Edge device is compatible with Garmin's Power Mount, which can help keep your device fully charged as you ride. The Power Mount is designed for eBikes (electric bikes) which use built-in motors or batteries to augment human power to make hills and headwinds seem more manageable. A proprietary connecting cable is needed to transfer power from eBike to the Power Mount. The mounting tabs on the back of the Edge device connect to the mount's Power Pod to keep the Edge device charged. Required connecting cables are available for Bosch and Shimano Steps eBikes, and for eBikes or battery banks with a USB-A port.
The Garmin Edge 530 Sensor Bundle replaces these items
- includes heart rate monitor, speed and cadence sensors, USB cable, tether, standard and out-front mounts
- included basemaps with option to add maps
- compatible with Garmin Varia bike radar and lights