For software developers, Concept2 can offer the following additional resources. Some are developed by Concept2, some are from third parties. All are provided on an ‘As-Is’ basis without support or warranty.
The PMI or Performance Monitor Interface is a software tool aimed at simplifying the task of developing ICT applications that are capable of processing data from the PM3 and PM4 Monitors used on the Concept2 Indoor Rower.
The PMI is an ActiveX control designed for communicating with the Performance Monitor. ActiveX Controls are effectively self contained packages that, once installed, can be used within any Microsoft Office Application.
Please inquire to firstname.lastname@example.org for information on developing for Android. Only Android devices with hardware and firmware that supports a proper USB Host (or USB OTG) and Android OS 3.1 or higher will work. For more information on which devices are compatible, please see concept2.com/ergdata.
The source code and plans for a complete project utilizing the Freeduino USB host board to connect to a PM3 or PM4 monitor is available as an example. A subversion client is needed for download.
Download source code
The current iOS API is version 2.0 supporting PM5 and Bluetooth Smart. Please send an inquiry to email@example.com for information on developing for iOS utilizing the iConnectConcept2 cable.
PM5 Bluetooth Smart
The PM5 contains Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth 4.0) wireless capability to connect with any Bluetooth Smart device, such as a mobile phone or computer. Concept2 encourages third party software developers to make apps for the PM5. Download the PM5 Bluetooth Smart Specification
- Consult the document history listed in the specification for the minimum PM5 firmware version required to enable the Bluetooth Smart wireless interface.
- This specification is subject to change.
- Bluetooth Smart is not available on the PM3 or PM4.
QT for Windows
For an example application, the Watt Challenge source code is available under LGPL license.
Download source code
Liven up your workouts, get serious with some figures and analysis, or develop your own project for the Raspberry Pi.
WASP is a standalone bridge that allows Bluetooth Smart® (formally Bluetooth Low Energy or BLE) and ANT+ devices to communicate wirelessly through Wi-Fi networks to other devices or over the Internet. For example BLE/ANT+ heart rate monitors, indoor rowing machines, home scales, pulse-oximeter monitors, and blood glucose monitors are all able to use this bridge module to communicate their data to central monitoring stations via the WiFi network. Learn more about WASP