Campagnolo Record EPS Front Mech
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Product DescriptionWarning: Is compatible with 2014 Record EPS groupsets.
For 2015 there is a new geometry of the mech cage and a NEW software giving different cage strokes.
The Campagnolo EPS drivetrain is an organic set of mechanical and electronic components that work together in an integrated way to guarantee maximum performance. In particular, the EPS derailleur interacts with the mechanical crank set and enhances the elevated derailleur speed and precision made possible with X.P.S.S. technology. The 8 special upward zones and 2 downward zones for the chainrings associated to the speed and precision of the new EPS derailleur guarantee top performance.
The gear motor was developed in partnership with a Swiss company that produces electric motors used in missions to Mars. The actuator is also equipped with a ""cascade gearbox"" which allows movement to be transferred in an exact and rapid manner.
Compared to the traditional mechanical derailleur that could be adjusted with micro displacements made by acting on the levers manually, the EPS derailleur is equipped with a very sophisticated electronic Automatic position correction system.
is housed inside the Power Unit and it continuously monitors the signals that arrive from all the EPS components, thus managing their operation.
In order to achieve the IP67 classification, all the electronic components of the EPS system underwent a series of tests, which proved their ability to function perfectly under one meter of water for at least 30 minutes.