Overview

Multirax is software that connects multiple RealAxiom or RealPower WIRED 

devices (up to 8) * to a single PC.

Multirax lets cyclists challenge each other with video courses (RealVideo) or on courses without video (Axiom races).
Data collected during competitions can be saved, stored and later analyzed for a precise assessment of training performances.

*MULTIRAX is only compatible with Realaxiom (Wired) with Antistatic Service kit (code 0132004 and code 0144002).

Contact info@elite.it.com for more info.

 

Minimum System Requirements:CPU: Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz or equivalent
OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 , 8.1 
RAM: 1 GB
HD: 10 GB free space, 7200 RPM
Graphic Card: 256 MB of memory 
Monitor resolution : 1024*768
Drivers: DVD-ROM Player (for use of RealVideo only)
I/O Ports: 1 free USB port
File system: NTFS or equivalent required
Recommended:
CPU: Core duo, 3.0 GHz or equivalent
OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 
RAM: 2 GB  
HD: 10 GB free space, 7200 RPM
Graphic Card: 512 MB of memory
Monitor resolution:  1024*768
Drivers: DVD-ROM Player (for use of RealVideo only)
I/O Ports: 1 free USB port
File system: NTFS or equivalent required
Sound card

Characteristics

Multirax group cycling
Up to 8 cyclists per Real race
with wired RealAxiom 

Videorace Screen

This screen is displayed during video racing.
Each cyclist is marked with a different color for the display of data such as position and altimetry. A specific section of screen displays all data concerning a single cyclist, such as heart rate, power, segment slope, calories, cadence and speed.
Each cyclist can cycle through this data by just by tapping + or - on the console.

Training Programs

Six different training programs create targeted training based on your specific goals: 

  • Power/distance

The cyclist specifies power output and distance for each segment

  • Power/time

The cyclist specifies power output and time for each segment

  • Altimetry/distance

altimetry values for any race can be copied 

  • Altimetry/distance

altimetry values and distance of any race can be copied into the program

 

  • Altimetry/time

The cyclist specifies altimetry and time for each segment

  • Slope/distance

The cyclist specifies slope and distance for each segment

  • Slope/time

The cyclist specifies slope and time for each segment

 

Axiom Screen

This is the screen displayed during Axiom racing (no video).

Unlike the videorace screen, this screen does not display a video of the race. 
At the center of the screen is a chart indicating the position of all the cyclists.
2 values can be shown simultaneously on this screen and can be selected from heart rate, power, segment slope, calories, cadence or speed.

History screen

This screen displays all data saved by the software and is divided into 2 parts: 
The right side displays saved races. Each line shows race date, ID and name. Above this list there's the name and date of the selected race. Below there's a filter for race settings. This filter can control the data displayed by selecting certain criteria (for instance, race name and date). 
The left side shows selected race data criteria, which is displayed on the right side. Each race saves and displays the competitors’ data (time, average speed. average heart rate, and so on), name and placement.

 

 

 

Comparison Screen

This screen compares the recorded data of a cyclist with that of another cyclist from the same race. This helps in analyzing and improving a cyclist’s performance level and progress. The following data can be compared: 

  • Average and maximum speed
  • Average and maximum power output
  • Average and maximum cadence
  • Average and maximum heart rate
  • Race time, power output/weight ratio, and calories.

It is also possible to compare data while racing with data of earlier races.

 

Technical Datasheets

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