Assioma resistance: tested in laboratory, proven on the road

Tech & Tests

Each component of Assioma was designed in-house by Favero Electronics and passed strict control tests (load, shock, fatigue, wear, water resistance, electrical safety, etc.) fully satisfying the standards required by the current regulations.


Favero Electronics manufactures in Italy every bike power meter and tests the good functioning of each unit individually to ensure maximum reliability and durability.


The professional athletes of the Bardiani-CSF team (UCI Professional Continental), along with numerous beta-testers, have thoroughly tested the Assioma power meters on the road: verifying their extreme strength even throughout race accidents and other types of "mistreatment".


No space for water nor humidity

All the components of the Assioma power sensors are contained in a watertight and compact block wrapped around the pedal axle: all the electronics and the rechargeable battery are placed and protected in a single container waterproofed by bicomponent resin.


Assioma has no vulnerable openings to water nor humidity: i.e. no battery container that can accidentally open and, over time, no longer guarantee the initial waterproofness.


This feature makes Assioma resistant not only to liquids but also to mud, snow and dust (IP67 certified).


Innovative Solutions

The impressive strength of the Assioma power meter pedals has been achieved thanks to the careful Research and Development of Favero Electronics, which conceived and created highly innovative industrial design and technological solutions, such as:


  • The bicomponent resin block, fully watertight and shock-proof, in which all the electronic components of the sensor are immersed and protected.

  • The compact design (without protruding parts) and the strategic position of the sensor: designed not to interfere with the pedal movement. Not even in tight turns.

  • The new senor shell: thicker than ever and made of a shock-absorbing plastic polymer reinforced with fiberglass.

  • The sensor diameter of only 33.5mm: even smaller than Favero bePRO.

  • The independent pedal body: which can be easily detached from the pedal axle (where the sensor is) and replaced if needed.


These solutions do not compromise the primacy of the lightness of Assioma that, with a total weight of only 149.5 grams (including batteries), is the lightest power meter pedal ever.