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.