1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Main Unit .. Accessories/Attachments ... Main Unit Preparation ... Magnet/Sensor Mounting ... Bracket Mounting/Securing the Cable .. Main Unit Mounting .. Test .. Measuring and Display Function .. Button Function .. Auto (Automatic Start/Stop) Function .. Memory Function. Trouble Shooting ...... Caution/Maintenance ... Specifications Limited Warranty .. .. .. .. "3 4 5

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Thank you very much for purchasing a Cat eye ATC Cyclocomputer Model CC-8000. The CC-8000 not only can display speed but also measures, stores, and displays total distance, trip distance, day basis trip distance, elapsed time, average speed, maximum speed and clock time. Furthermore, it has a memory function and automatic start/stop function. The CC-8000 is the first cyclocomputer specially designed for ATB's. It's compact yet durable and tough. Set the distance scale (mile or km) accuracy you have just keyed in. and wheel circumference for your bike, and enjoy the

Before operation, thoroughly familiarize yourself with this manual so you can completely understand the functions of the CC-8000, and maximize cycling fun. Store this manual in a safe place for future reference.






(1) Data Display (2) Sensor Sig[1[11Display (3) Memory Recall Symbol :4) Mode Symbol C'VSct Button (6) Mode Button Start/Stop Button (~) Memo (Memory) Button (9) ()Istance Scale Symbol (1_0) Auto (Automatic Start/Stop) Svrnbol (U:I Memo No. Svrnbol Qij Auto (Automatic Start/Stop) OJ) AC (All Clear) BUltCHl 1,~1)Serial Number C)?} Battery Case Cover ';@Contacts







Main Unit Preparation
The following must be completed before operating. (A battery is already loaded in the main unit when purchased.) • Setting the distance
Pross Ihe IIC button 81 tile rear of Ihe main unrl 10 clear all data All drsplays wrll illuminate for 1 second. Then, "mile/h" alone will be displayed as shown in Fig. 1. "krrvh" and "mile/h" are alternately displayed each time the start/stop button is pressed Selecl erlher as desired. Press Ihe sel bvtton The distaoce scale will be set and Ihe value "2030" Is displayed as shown in Fig. 2 Turn the main unit over, remove the battery case cover using a com or similar opener as shown in Fig 3. Put the unit in your palm battery box side up, and lightly strike Ihe unit on to your other palm to remove the old battery Insert a new lithium battery (CR 2032). Positioning U18 (+) pole upward as illustraterf. place the battery properly Into Ihe case and close Ihe cover securely.


• How to replace the battery

(1) How to measure wheel circumference Measure the radius R(rnm) With the rider on the bicycle as shown in Fig 4, and calculate the wheel circumference L(rnrn) using the following formula: L ~ 2~R ~ 6.283R(mrn) • Table 1 In page 7 shows "Seiling Values Cross Reference Table" by L(mm) and wheel diameter O(lnch).

• Setting the wheel circumference

Fig. 4

(2) Setting the wheel circumference After setting the distance scale. 2030 IS displayed as shown in Fig, 2, which IS the wheel Ctrcumlerence lor the ATB's 26 x 1,50 When using "2030" without revision, press the sel button, and "Display (A)" will appear (See page 11) To revise "2030", press the mode button .or the stan/stop button to increase or decrease the number by 1, When the button is held down, it will rapidly increase or decrease. Select a number in the range of 10rnrn to 4000mm, according to your bicycle wheel circumference. When Ihe desired number appears. press the set button When the" Display (A)" appears, preparation is compleled (3) Resetting Press the unit in the the above or changing the wheel circumference mode button to switch the display screen 10 "Display (8)" stop mode. Press the set button. The wheel circumference (2) and set the desired wheel circumference number. mode. Press the starl/stop bullon to put Itle number stored will appear to flicker. follow

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n" &.,~MXS


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• Setting the 24HR clock time
1. Press the mode button for 2 seconds until "Display IC)" appears (See Fig 5.) 2. Press the start/stop button to put the unit in stop mode .• If the auto function is preset, press the auto button to switch off Ihe IAlITQJ symbol to release. 3. Press the set button. The set time stored appears, and the digits for "minutes" flicker Press the start/stop button to advance the flickering digits by 1. When the starllstop button is pressed for over 2 seconds, it will rapidly increase. Flicker the digits which are ahead of the current time by one or two minutes 4, Press the mode button. The digits for "hours" flicker. Press the start/stop bullon to advance the flickering digits Press Ihe set button. The "Display (C)" appears, and 24HR clock lime selling IS completed. * When the set button is pressed, the time in "seconds" (undisplayed) turns 10 "0" For accurate 24flR clock setting, use your radio time Signal on the hour.

Fig. 5


Fig. 6


TABLE 1. Setting Values: Cross Reference Table


Tire Diameter




(1) (2)

Mnormt Screw

t,?) Sensor Band (6) Screw (8) Mnrkinn I inc


[,~) Mmking Line

(i) Rubber Pad

Fig. 7

Fig. 8

Fig. 9

Fig. 10

(1) Allach the magnet by clamping the right spokes of Ihe Iront wheel (Fig. 7) (2)Attach the sensor on the right side 01 the Iront fork. Use either the small or larqo sensor band, with Il11m· or Ihe 21l11l1-thick ",Ilbnr pad. whichever matches the lube diameter 01 your bicycle. (Fig. 8) Fasten lightly the screw to allow position adjustment of the sensor. (3) Align the marking lines 01 magnet and sensor. (Fig 9) Make sure there is about 1mm clearance between them, (FIg. 10). Tighten the screw securely.


Bracket Mounting/Securing

the Cable


Pad Fig. 12 Fig. 13 to the handlebar diarneler. Attach the bracket close to the handlebar

Fig. 11

Use e1\her the tmm. or 2.5rnm-\hlck rubber pad if necessary, according stein. -lighten the screw so that the brackel cannot turn. (Fig. 11)

Clamp the cable with (;AtJIr. clips. (Fig 12) Pass the chp-end through the clip hole, and Ilnnly pllll Ihe end with pliers Of similar tool: Cui all the projecting Lay the cable parallel 10 the outer cable, and wind tile spiral lube around the cables (Fig 14) Loosen 111e cable In tlu: area rmHk[~d with the euraw( (;').

part 01 the clip (Fig




Main Unit Mounting











Slide the main unit from the back to engage the lock hook of the main unit into the bracket Idroove (Fig. 15). Be sure to click the projection of the bracket Into the depress-on of the main uni!. The contacts are automatically connected. fo remove, pull the mam unit backward and all Be carelul nullo touch buttons when rnollnllnglronovlng Ihe lInll



Mount the main unit on the bracket Raise the front wheel all the ground and spin the wheel to check whether the sensor signal symbol sWitched on or off. \! the sensor signal symbol is not switct.ed on or all, adjust the muunting positions 01 the sensor and magnet. (See 4 Magnet/Sensor MOlJlltUll) In page 8)

1,'3.. •

and Display Function




.--- _".-- ... ----.-- -J '?S_8.3~T.M. a gllJ [ - Omlo:Jh

TM Elapsed Time The elapsed lime is measured from the slartlng point to the current point, and is displayed in the upper section 01 the display screen II measures tile elapsed time in 0,1 second unit under 1 hour, and in 1 second unillrom 1 hour to 9 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds. When 10 hours have elapsed, the counter returns to zero for restart, measuring the elapsed time again in 1 second unit

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{he current speed is displayed in the center -of the display screen, and is updated once a second over a ranqe 01 0.0 (3.0) mile/h 10 68.0 miles/h (00 (4.0) km/h 10 109.0 km/h) The upper limit of measurable speed on each wheel size is as shown in the following table

The trip distance is calculated from the starting point to the current point and is displayed on the lower line of tile display screen The ranqe IS 000 10 999.99 miles (km) in 0.01 mile (km) incremenls. Wilen 1,000 miles (km) are reached, the trip distance returns to zero and counting begins anew -11





~I ~AV~S~~A~v~er~a~ge~Sc~~e~d~~ __

~~~ The average speed is calculated on the basis of the elapsed lime and trip drstanca front HlO stFlrtinq pOint to the current po.ct. and is displayed 011 the lower hne of the rlisplay screen II is measurable up to 27 hours 46 minutes.19 seconds (88,999 seconds) lor' the elapsed time or 999W~ rfiil(-:~i (km) lor the trip distance. If either exceeded the range, "F:" is displayed and calculation ceases. lt is llpdnted once every 10 seconds

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Current Speed The currcru spt!ed is olsplayed ;n the center 01 the display screen, This is the same as current speed on the" Display (A)" semen




Trip Distance

Per Day


The trip distance per day is Hie accumulated trip distance Irom scratch throuqlt the displilYP-U dock limo II is shown in the lower section of the screen Ine range is ODD mile (km] to 999_99 mIles (km) 111 aOI ml\e {krn) iflcferm:llls Whr:n jh('~ :.24HR cluck time reverts to zero, the trip distance per day is automatically reset it uannol be reset by r)L)shlng n!lY butlou,





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24HR Clock Time


The current lime

displayed Speed

by a 24HR clock

~'. .3. '1.... .0003558'-1..'.


EOj 8



The maximu,m speed is stored in the memory and displayed in the center 011118 display screen The range IS 00 (30) mrle/h 10 660 miles/h (0.0 (4.0) krn/h 10 109.0km/h). The upper 11m 01 measurable maximum speed II is the same as the current speed

I 000

Total Distance


The tolal distance is continuously measured, accumulated. and displayed in the lower section of the display screen. which measures the total distance Hi 0.1 mile (km) Increments under 10,000 miles (krn), and In 1 mile (krn) mcrernents lrom 10,000 miles (krn) 10 99,999 rrules (km) When 100,000 miles (km) are reached, Ihe tatal distance returns to zero and counting begins anew

ID!~e~!\'f:;(p) s~F1s~~1
(For Memory Recall Only)

[ TM

Elapsed Time

The elapsed lime from the starting pomt to the point where the memory button was pressed is displayed ip the upper section of the display screen. The display rar-oe and increments are the sarne as the elapsed time on "Display (A)" screen.

[ SAV Split Average Speed The split average speed is the average speed based on Ihe elapsed time and tnp distance from the last point to the current point when the memory button is pressed


Trip Distance


The trip distance from the starling point to the point where the memory button WnS pressed is disptavedin the lower section of the display screen. The display range and increments are the same as the trip distance on "Display (A)" screen • Reier to "Memory Funclion' on page 17


24HR Clock Time [ The dock displays the current time. If no signal IS received for over 10 minu.tns. only the clock tin Ie is displayed on the screen so as to save power consumption Any Signal which IS received uSing the button or the sensor will trigger the display screen 10 revert to "Display (A)"



Button Functions
• Mode Button (MODE)
Each press of lhis button converts the screen to "Display (A)' or "Display (6)" alternatively If the mode button IS held down lor over 2 seconds when the screen is in either the "Display (A)" or ' Display (B)" mode, the screen will charqc 10 "Display (C)" When this button IS pressed, measurement ollhe trip distance and elapsed lime is simultaneously While tt-e unit is ill operation, the distance scale symbol flashes.

• Start/Stop

Button (ST.lSTOP)

started or stopped

• Memo (Memory)



Each time this button IS pressed, the elapsed time, trip distance and split average speed Irorn the slarling pomt to the present point are stored in the memory. A record 01 10 separate lime segments can be stored The number of slored segments is displayed after Ihe LTJ mark on Ihe display screen In "Displav (lJ)" mode, each press 01 tl11S button recalls Ihe next stereo memory segment .. Refer \0 "Memory Function" on page 17 Ihts button is used for selting the wheel circumference, clod. time, and for converting the screen to "Display (0)",

Button (MEMO)

• Set Button (SET) • Auto (Automatic


1 his button IS used to preset the automatic start/stop mode. Each press of this button switches on or off the mode. When the automatic stan/stop mode is on, Ihe rAum) symbol is displayed on the display screen * Refer to "Auto Function" on page 16 This button


Button (AUTO)

• AC Button (AC)



clear all preset data and any irregularity

o Reset

When the mode button and start/stop button are pressed simultaneously, maximum speed and HIe memory stored in memo ( li!a) are cleared

tile trrp distance, elapsed time, average speed

o All Clear

When the AC button is pressed, the preset wheel clrcum'erencc, clock lime (:If]d odometer are all cleated. 'nnd all displays illuminate for 1 second Then, the mile/h symbol illuminates "This operation should only be attempted alter replacing the battery, or when Irregular displays of intou-iat'on occur. After the all clear operation is accomplished, set the distance scale and wheel circumference once again according to "Main Unit Pieparation" on page 5 and 6.

.Auto Function

• The CC-8000 has an automatic start/stop function (Aoto function), This auto function switches tIle unit t() start or stop automatically. You don't need to press the stan/step button each time. When the auto button is prossed, and the [AlJJ~ symbol appears on the display screen, the auto function is in use • When the auto tuncuon is in use, the elapsed time is measured, excluding stop lime ami rest'lrlg ume • When the auto function is in use, the start/slop button doesn't function, Elapsed tlme (TM) increments become 1 second • Even if Ute display screen is in "Display (0)" mode (Memory Recall Sneen), thp. 8ulo{uncllon win be s@inuse • To release the auto function, press the auto button to switch olf the [AUtQ) symbol on the display screen





IIMemory Fucntion
Each press of the memo button memorizes the trip distance, elapsed time and split average speed up to 10 separate time segments. The number of separate time segments is displayed after the (ilj) mark on the display screen .
• How to use: (See the fottowing chart) 1. Make sure the unit i~ in stop mode. Press the mode button and startlstop button simultaneously to reset 2. When you start, press the start/stop button. When you reach check points (A) - (F), pr~ss the memo button each time. (If you rest after roachinq pomt (C). press the memo button and press again when you depart from point (C).) 3. When you reach destination point (F), press the slart/stop button to slop the unit The otnpsec lime and the trip distance from the starting point to each check point, and the spill average speed horn each po.nt \0 the next will be In the memory Also you can find the resting lime, too NOTE: in the auto function, the above example doesn't apply Check paints Starting When Buttons Memory to press segments point starting POint (A) Passing

POint (B) Passing

POint (C) Arriving









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• When the starVstop button IS used to put the unit in slop mode, it functions as the memo button to memorize the trip distance, the elapsed time and the split average speed. (In the above example, the memory function was used 7 tirr-es) * When Itl8 auto functi0!l is preset, the resting lime cannot be measured by using the memory function because when the bicycle stops, so does the elapsed time function. And the split average speed IS calculated on the basis of trip distance and elapsed ume excluding the time when a bicycle is not moving. Also, be sure to press the memo button when you reach destination point (F) - t7-

o The memory function will not function in the following • The elapsed time (TM) has passed 20 hrs. • Stored memory has exceeded the ten storage slots • The display screen is In "Display (0)" mode


• How to recall the memory 1 Switch the display screen to "Display (A)" Press the set bullon The display screen reverts to "Display (Dr' The memo number ~I is displayed in the upper righthand corner of "Display (0),' screen. The elapsed tunc at point A, the split average speed from slartrnq point to point A, the trip distance from starting point 10 point A are all displayed in the upper section, in the Genter sed on and in the lower section respectively. 2. Press the memo button. The memo number ~" IS displayed and the stored memory lrom poru B is recalled. 1hat is, the elapsed time at point B, the split average speed from point A to point B, and the trip distance from startlnq point to point B me displayed. Each press 01 the memory button advances the memo number of by one Press the memo button to recall the stored rnoruory ilt each point and check it, Aller checking the memory, press the set button. The display screen turns to "Display (A)"


Note' 1. Before converting to "Display (D)" screen, ensure that the screen is "Display (A)" and press the set button If the set button is prossed in the stopped mode 01 "Display (8)" or "Display (C)". tt-e display screen will turn to the wheel circumference selling mode or ?'41-1f1 clock setting mode. 2 If the mode button. and the start/stop button are pressed simultaneously, reselling is accomplished and all stored memory is .p.r<lseu 3. 11 the memo button IS pressed a second time within 5 seconds, the split average speed (SAV) cannot be calculated and the HE" mark IS shown 4 If the tolal elapsed lime is over 10 hrs, display increments change from 1/10 second to 1 second 5 "Display (0)" will show the memory recall even if unit is in the start mods. However. when U18 display screen is in "Dlsptnv (D)" 1T10U{·:, maximum speed (MXS) cannot be updated. When bicycle stops, the split average speed (SAV) may display abnormal readings. In this case, press the memo button to advance the memory number In order to bring It around Then, the readings hecome normal.



If) Trouble
The following


situations lrouble



of the CC-OOOO Chock the lollovving before taking 11lor repairs Check Items

rhe entire liquid crystal screen is dark and unusual display is seen where it should not be. Display response is slow. No display Incorrect data appears Current speed does not appear,

Wasn't it left for a long time under direct sun? Isn" il at a low temperature 32°F (DOC)? Hasn't the Lithium under worn out?

It returns to normal state if left in the shade. No adverse effect on data

Remedy __ ---------------


It returns to normal state when temperature rises





Replace Execute


the lithium "All Clear"




with a new one. (Page __

__ ------Isn't there anything on Ihe contact of the main unit or of the bracket?
I" Isn't the distance between sensor and magnet too far? .-------Are the marking lines of the sensor and magnet matched each other? lsn't the cable broken?

---------------Wipe the contact






Refer to "Magnet/Sensor and re-adjust correctly.


(Page 8).

-----------__ ---------Connect and solder the cable, keeping correct insulation between the 2 cables. Or, replace lhe Bracket & Sensor part with a new one.


Trouble Check Items The speed display doesn't change~-I-js the display in the "Display (C)"

Remedy Inthe-coispiay~ (e)" mode, the maximum speed

stop. (Refer to "Auto Function" on page 16.) When the memo button-Cis~-p--re-s-s-ed'C'-+-ls-t~h~-e-e-la-p-s-e-d-t-im-~~;';r2O~;;;;-~rs? mode button and the start/stop button Press the
~:~~S~I~~g~r~sn't increase the Is the

When the start/stop button is pressed, the unit doesn't activate or

~~~:?disPlay in the~"DiSpjay(Df;~-~~- ~ :~r~i~~5fs%lay(5j;;mode~ the split average mode? speed is displayed. f---Is theuni-tin-the aut~~;ti~··sta;:tlstop-----Press the auto button at the back of the main
mode? unit to release the automatic start/stop mode.



to reset.

When the m-od""e-;-b-u~tto-n~is-pr-e-s-se-d~, 7the display in "Display (D)" mode?~-the display screen doesn't change

Press the set button to switch the display from "Display (D)" to "Display (A)".


• Do not leave the main unit exposed to direct sunlight when the unit is • Do not disassemble the main unit and/or its accessories • Do not pay too much attention to your ATC while riding. Keep your eyes on the road and give due consideration to traffic safety • Check the position of the sensor and wheel magnet periodically ·If the main unit and/or the accessories become dirty, wipe first with a cloth and a neutral detergent Ihen, wipe with a dry cloth Do not use thinner, alcohol, or benzine.



Specifications Elapsed Time Current Speed Trip Distance


0'00·0-59'59"9 1:00'00· -9:59'59'

---~--~ ~---~~---

0.0(3.0) 68.0 mileS/h (ATB 26 x I 50) 0.0(4.0)-109.0 kmlh . ,----- -----,--------

Average Speed Function

Trip Distance Per Day ,--_., --- ------,,~--, 24HR Clock Time Maximum Speed Total Distance --,----_---------~ Split Average Speed Memo No.



0.00- 999.99 miles or km 0:00' - 23:59' 0.0(3.0)- 68.0 mileslh 0.0(4.0)-109.0 kmlh


0.0 - 99999 miles or km -O.-0--6aOmileslho;'09j)-km-'-h--


TM, DST & SAV of up to 10 time segments.

Controller Display Sensor -21-

4-bit t-cnip Microcomputer (Crystal Controlled Oscillator)


No Contact Magnetic Sensor


SpecifiCations Power Supply Operating Temperature Range
Storage _!emperature Range

Llt~lum B~!!.ery(CR2032)x 1 00 _ ± 0.1 mile/h or km/h


9-= 40°C (~2°F - ~~~~)


------Standard Accuracy

±0.1% --.,---. ±0.1 mile/h or km/h


--- -,----,-

____!_0_:1_~ ±0.003%



± 0.1 mile/h or km/h ± 0.1 mile/h or km/h Battery Life DimensionlWeight The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.


·Thelifeci'the-iiist faciii,y-lOadedbattery may be shorter than this period. - --------,----,---,-- - - .. ---" 2-5/32" x 2-9/32" x7/S" (55 x 5S x 22mm) 1 1.59 OZ (45g)





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