I would need the power curve formula with the speed in MPH if you got it.
Also, make sure to check if the trainer is a not already listed in the trainer list, I know some trainer are rebranded with different name but actually use the same power curve.
Sadly I don't have a Kickr to test. The software was tested with SimulANT+, that provide a virtual FE-C trainer, and the resistance is controlled there. I know other trainer that respects FE-C protocol have no issue also (NEO, etc.)
I suggest you contact Wahoo support, and ask them if they use a custom FE-C protocol, or if their trainer pass the SimulANT+ test.
Hey @trowakage , sorry this is not possible.
What you can do is use minimalist widgets (in the workout config) or just make the lower part smaller and put the video full screen.
the top bar can be removed too if you drag it
Yes you are right, HR cannot change the resistance of your trainer, only power target can.
I would suggest you use a power plan, or find a way to get power (with speed cadence sensor and a trainer curve) for more reliable workouts.
TrainerSpeed is the speed your trainer is sending to the software (raw speed from the trainer)
Trainer speed does not give you much information and is used to calculate the power if you are using a power curve.
MaximumTrainer speed, or calculated speed, is a speed calculated with the power output you are generating.
It can look like outdoor speed and is an estimation of that based on generic outdoor variables.