Tacx ANT+ Antenna

Tacx ANT+ Antenna
Tacx ANT+ Antenna
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ANT+ Antenna by Tacx
Sometimes a busy schedule or poor weather conditions makes riding indoors a reality. With the Tacx USB ANT+ Antenna, you can connect your ANT+ trainer to your computer quickly and easily. This allows your riding metrics from your trainer to transmit to your computer taking full advantage of enhanced training software such as the Tacx Trainer, as well as Zwift, TrainerRoad, and Bkool. Interactive software makes riding indoors more meaningful and much more enjoyable since you can race your friends or send data to your coach. The antenna is connected to the computer via a long cable (2m) and the receiver is positioned near the trainer so the signal transmitted by the trainer is communicated to your computer and software of your choice clearly and without any loss of quality.

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SKU: TAC001G
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