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Moxy 3rd Sensor


The "Moxy 3rd Sensor" Data Field allow you to connect to a 3rd Moxy sensor simultaneously with the 1st and 2nd Sensors. The data can be displayed on your Garmin device and uploaded to Garmin Connect in the FIT file.</p><p></p><p>After the data field is downloaded to your device, it can be added to the display just like any native data field. In small sized data field formats, the display will toggle between SmO2 and THb. In larger fields, both parameters will be displayed at once. You can place the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Moxy sensors on the same screen or on different screens.</p>

What’s New

2.9 - Fixed an issue with the data not showing in Garmin Connect</p><p>2.8 - Fixed a FIT file format issue that affected files with multiple Moxys in TrainingPeaks</p><p>2.7 - Added support for newer devices</p><p> - Added setting option to only display SmO2 on smaller data fields2.6 - Added support for newer devices</p><p>2.5 - Added support for newer devices</p><p>2.4 - Fixed an issue where the Data Field could crash after settings were changed in Garmin Connect Mobile</p>


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This app requires access to:

  • Send/receive data via ANT radio to/from third-party sensors
  • Record additional information into activity files
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Average Rating: (1 Rating)

Chris Blomfield-Brown
April 16, 2017 | Version 2.3

The only thing more insightful than two Moxy sensors is three. We only use this when we are road testing or looking for specific things. We often use two and sometimes use three. Normally when using multiple sensors we are doing this in a controlled environment so using a PC vs the Garmin but often use the Garmin simultaneously for redundancy or an additional display.

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