How to Operate SRAM eTap Shifters
The LEFT shift paddle moves the rear derailleur to an easier gear (inboard)
The RIGHT shift paddle moves the rear derailleur to a harder gear (outboard)
Pressing BOTH the LEFT and RIGHT shift paddles at the same time will activate a front derailleur shift
The front and rear derailleurs each have one rechargeable lithium-ion battery. These batteries last about 60 riding hours on a full charge. A full battery charge takes about 1 hour and is done using the eTap USB charging cradle.
Batteries are installed with a simple latch, and batteries are interchangeable from front to rear derailleur.
HOW MUCH BATTERY LIFE IS LEFT?
Every time you shift, a color-coded LED light will flash on both the shifter and the derailleur. Following are the meanings of the LED colors and flash patterns:
GREEN= up to 100% battery charge remaining
RED= 10% to 25% battery charge remaining
FLASHING RED= Less than 10% battery charge remaining
|IMPORTANT SAFETY TIP: To prevent battery depletion and to protect the components, install the derailleur battery blocks and battery contact covers before transportation.|
To prevent battery depletion and to protect the components, install the derailleur battery blocks and battery contact covers before transportation.
Full User Manual
View and/or download the user manual at this link.