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    Cat Eye Wireless and Nite Rider do not get along

    So I noticed that whenever Im doing a night ride with my handlebar light (a NR Minewt 650 cordless) my Cat Eye wireless computer quits reading. The light is somehow disrupting the signal to the computer. Anybody else have this experience?
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    yeah, lights and HRMs and other wireless sensors commonly interfere. I haven't heard about it happening for awhile, but there are probably some old threads in here about it deep in the archives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stupendous Man View Post
    So I noticed that whenever Im doing a night ride with my handlebar light (a NR Minewt 650 cordless) my Cat Eye wireless computer quits reading. The light is somehow disrupting the signal to the computer. Anybody else have this experience?
    I had an early blinky LED light that made my wireless Cateye show 19mph no matter how fast I was going. Only happened with the light in flash mode and the light and computer less than a foot apart.
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