3. Q and A
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A: Power alerts will beep/vibrate and show a visual alert on the Run Power page. If you're on a different page, you won't see the alert immediately, but it'll be waiting for you when you scroll back to Run Power.
A: Run Power will only alert you every 30 seconds, up to 3 times, as long as you're out of your target zone. The first alert will be at 30 seconds. You can customize these thresholds in the settings.
A: Scroll away from the Run Power page and scroll back
A: You have too many sensors connected to your watch and Run Power is unable to directly connect. To clear this error, disconnect other sensors, then quit and restart your activity.
|T5||945, Fenix 5X / 5 Plus / 5S Plus / 5X Plus / 6X (all) / 6 Pro / 6S Pro, MARQ, D2 Charlie/Delta, Descent MK1||Yes|
|T4||245 Music, 645 Music||No|
|T3||735XT, 935, Fenix 5 / 5S / 6 / 6S||Yes|
|T2||245, 645, Vivoactive 3 / 3M / HR / 4 / 4S, Approach S60, Legacy Watches||No|
|T1||Fenix 3, 920XT, D2 Bravo||Yes|
|T0||230, 235, 630, Vivoactive||No|
Unless otherwise noted, higher tier devices support all lower tier features. e.g. Fenix 5 Plus supports everything.
- Non-multisport watches: you need to enter the ANT+ ID of your power meter in the Run Power settings, so Run Power can connect directly
- Multisport watches: your watch can connect to your power meter "natively" (using the watch settings)