Pyle Sports Speed master Instruction manual

The Complete Training System
Latest 3D Technology for Speed + Distance & Heart Rate In - Built USB Connector
3D SENSOR FROM GERMANY MEASURES YOUR MOVEMENT ACCURATELY
MODE
START/ STOP
EL
HEART RATE BELT
This unit is operated by three keys:
- MODE/SET
- START/LAP/RESET (Hold this key for 3 seconds to fast forward the value)
- SUB/EL
Features:
- Time & Date
- Daily Alarm
- Jumbo Digit LCD
- Dual Purpose 3D Sensor From Germany (Walking or Running)
- Intelligent Step Filter Function
- Chronograph with 30 Laps Memory Record
- Current / Average Heart Rate
- Target Heart Rate Zone Alert Alarm
- Target Time Alert Alarm
- Current / Average Speed
- Step Counting
- Total Distance
- Calories & Fat Burnt
- Calibration Function
- Memory Data Recall
- EL Backlight
- Low Battery Detection
- Key Tone
- Energy Saving Function
- USB PC-Link Upload & Download with Interface Program (Plug & Play)
- Maximum / Minimum Heart Rate on Interface Program
- Maximum Speed on Interface Program
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3D SENSOR FROM GERMANY-MEASURES YOUR MOVEMENT ACCURATELY
-The 3D technology in the accelerator is an accelerometer Sensor to measure acceleration in
walking or running.
-3D Sensor has intelligent step filter function-steps only count when the unit detects
-3D Sensor allows users to customize to their specific body type for Walking/Running style
The Complete Training System
Thank you for choosing ANYRUN The Complete Training System as your personal trainer. In
order to be able to make the best use of this device, please read the instruction manual carefully.
Do not discard keep the manual for future reference.
Wear the Heart Rate Belt on your chest with the sensor over your heart for detection of the heart
rate.
You will notice that there are two noticeably different patches on the inside of the
Heart Rate Belt These are the sensor for detecting your Heart Rate. Before you wear the Heart
Rate Belt, wet these two patches lightly so that the sensor can detect your heart rate more easily.
faster and with increased accuracy.
Important: Please note that the Heart Rate Monitor is NOT a medical device and is not to be used
as such.
TIPS:
The position of the chest belt affects its performance .Move the chest belt along strap so that it
falls above your heart.
Avoid areas with dense chest hair.
In dry, cold climates ,it may take several minutes for the chest belt to function steadily.
This is normal and should improve with several minutes of exercise.
The chest belt is splash proof and should not be worn for underwater activities.
WARNING: Signal interference can be caused in the
environment due to electromagnetic disturbances. These
may occur near high voltage power lines, traffic lights ,
overhead lines of electric railways, electric bus lines or
trams ,televisions ,computers,car motor, bike computer ,
some motor driven exercise equipment ,cellular phones
or when you walk through electric security gates.
The USB connector must not come in contact with the
water as this will oxidize the metal contact points and
will damage the connection between the USB and the
computer.
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CONTENTS
Getting Start......................................................................................................................... 2
Wearing the chest belt and Watch ..................................................................................... 2
Using the watch function...................................................................................................... 3
Symbol on LCD..................................................................................................................... 4
Mode Flow Chart................................................................................................................. 5
Time / Date Setting............................................................................................................. 5
Alarm Mode........................................................................................................................... 6
Alarm Setting....................................................................................................................... 6
Chronograph Mode.............................................................................................................. 7
Calibration Mode................................................................................................................ 11
Calibration Setting Mode................................................................................................... 12
Target Time and Heart Rate Setting Mode................................................................. 12
Memory Recall Mode......................................................................................................... 14
Download/Installing PC-Link Program........................................................................ 15
PC - Link Upload............................................................................................................... 15
Installing the Battery....................................................................................................... 16
Specification...................................................................................................................... 18
Caution................................................................................................................................ 18
USING THE WATCH FUNCTIONS
IMPORTANT !
- Before the units are transported, the watches are switched off for energy saving purposes.
The user will need to turn it on by pressing the MODE key when they have purchased the
product
- Again for energy saving purposes, the watch unit will automatically switch off at midnight
every night and the step count may return to zero as it saves the day's data into memory.
To turn it on again, press the MODE key. The pedometer mode will also be off during
transportation for energy saving purposes.
NORMAL WALKING AND CHRONOGRAPH RUNNING
-There are two-step counting features, one is for the daily walking mode and the other is the
chronograph running mode. For each individual modes of step counting, calibration of
stride length is required separately for both
-The watch may take a bit of time before it starts to sense that you are walking. During that
time, it will not display a step count. Once the watch determines that you are walking it will
display your entire step count from the beginning of your walk, including the steps you took
while the watch was not displaying a step count.
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NOTE
- When you walk or run for around 10 seconds, the unit sensor will pick this up and a display
showing current pace for the walk or run will appear. However, if there is no activity for
around 10 seconds, the current pace for walk or run on the display will be stopped and it will
return to the time mode
- When in the pedometer mode and there is no activity for around 1 minute, it will automatically
return to time mode
- If you wish to have the most accurate fitness index calculated by the unit, the user must
use the calibration feature for both walking and running. They will also need to input their
personal user settings
In order to maximize the accuracy of the step counting feature of the
watch, please wear the watch properly as shown in the diagram
(strap of the watch must fasten tightly around the wrist and it must
not be loose; display must also be perpendicular to the forearm and
wrist; the watch must only be worn on the left wrist and not the right
to maximize the accuracy of step counting) The design and accuracy
of the watch for step counting is based on the positioning of the watch.
The 3D sensor of the watch will automatically sense the walk or run
of the user and count the steps. By wearing the watch correctly, the
steps counted during the daily walk and, or run will be more accurate.
Please take off the strap from your wrist before you take out the
watch unit.
AVG - Average
KM/h - Kilometers per hour
Mi/h - Miles per hour
Kcal - Unit of Calories Burnt
AM - Time from 0:00.00 to 11:59.59
PM - Time from 12:00.00 to 23:59.59
/ MIN - Heart beat per minute
STEP - Step you have walked
KM - Kilometer
Mi - Miles
- Alarm
gFAT - Unit of Fat Burnt
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TIME/DATE MODE – ALARM MODE – CHRONOGRAPH MODE – CALIBRATION MODE –
MEMORY RECALL MODE
TIME/DATE
MODE
ALARM MODE
CHRONOGRAPH
MODE
MEMORY RECALL
MODE
CALIBRATION
MODE
Time and Date Setting Mode
1. Press MODE/SET button until you have reached the clock mode displaying the time.
2. Press and hold the MODE/SET key for 3 seconds and the minutes' digits should flash.
3. To increment the value, press the START/LAP/RESET button or hold the START/LAP/
RESET button to fast forward the value until you have reached your desired minute.
4. Press the MODE/SET button for confirmation and press the START/LAP/RESET
button or hold the START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward the value until you have
reached your desired hour.
5. Press MODE/SET key for confirmation and continue to set the year.
6. Press the START/LAP/RESET button or hold the START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward
the value until you have reached your the correct year.
7. Press the MODE/SET key to confirm and to continue to set the month.
8. Press the START/LAP/RESET button or hold the START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward
the value until you have reached your desired month.
9. To confirm, press the MODE/SET key and press the START/LAP/RESET button or hold the
START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward the value until you have reached your desired
date.
10. Press MODE/SET key to confirm and select the 12 hour or 24 hour format. Do this by
pressing the START/LAP/RESET button to toggle between the two options.
11. To exit settings, press and hold the MODE/SET button or alternatively, do not press or hold
any buttons for 60 seconds and the unit will return to its default time mode.
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Note:
- At anytime to exit the time and date setting mode, press and hold MODE/SET button for 3
seconds.
Alarm Mode
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the alarm mode which should show
'AL' in the bottom half of the screen indicating alarm.
2. To turn the alarm on or off, press the START/LAP/RESET to toggle between the two options.
Note: To exit the alarm mode and return to the default
time mode, press the MODE/SET button until you
have reached the time mode which should display time.
Setting the Alarm
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the alarm mode which should show
'AL' in the bottom half of the screen indicating alarm.
2. Press and hold the MODE/SET button to enter into alarm setting mode and the minutes'
digits should start flashing.
3. Press the START/LAP/RESET button to increment the minutes' value until you have reached
your desired minute. To fast forward this process, press and hold the START/LAP/RESET
key.
4. Press the MODE/SET button to confirm and continue to set the hours' digits.
5. Press the START/LAP/RESET button to increment the hours' value until you have reached
your desired hour. To fast forward this process, press and hold the START/LAP/RESET key.
6. Press the MODE/SET button for confirmation.
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7. The next step will be to toggle the alarm status on or off, select on or off by pressing the
START/LAP/RESET button .
8. To exit settings, press and hold the MODE/SET button or alternatively, do not press or hold
any buttons for 60 seconds and the unit will return to its default time mode.
Note:
- Any changes made in the alarm mode will automatically enable the alarm.
- At anytime to exit the alarm setting mode, press and hold MODE/SET button for 3 seconds.
Chronograph
1. Press the MODE/SET key until you have reached the chronograph mode.
2. After 3 seconds, the heart rate reception will be enabled or when the chest belt is worn.
3. To start the exercise session, press the START/LAP/RESET button. If the target time is
enabled, the timer will begin counting down after 5 seconds reserved for your preparation.
If target time is disabled, the stopwatch will replace the timer instead to time the exercise
session.
4. During the exercise session, you may scroll through the data being measured: current
speed, distance, steps and heart rate by pressing the SUB/EL key. For the timer disabled
option, you may data by laps, once you have completed and you wish to restart the timer
for the next lap, press the START/LAP/RESET button key.
5. At the end of the exercise session, press and hold the START/LAP/RESET button for 3
seconds. This session's exercise record is saved automatically.
or
Target time disabled
Target time enabled
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After 3 seconds
Chronograph Count down for 5s
or
Target time enabled
Target time disabled
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After 5s
or
Target time disabled
Target time enabled
After 2 minute15 seconds
or
Target time enabled
Target time disabled
Lap 1 Record Created
Target time stop
or
Target time enabled
Target time disabled
After 3s
Target time resumes
Chronograph resume again
or
Target time enabled
Target time disabled After 1 minute
Lap 2 Record Created
Target time disabled
After 3s
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Chronograph resume again
Target time after 3min 21s
or
Target time enabled
Target time disabled
or
Target time disabled
Target time enabled
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Calibration
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the calibration mode which should
display "CAL'.
2. To begin calibration, press the START/LAP/RESET key and the square unit should be
descending vertically in loop to indicate calibration is in progress.
3. To end the calibration, press the START/LAP/RESET key again and the success or failure
will be displayed.
4. After 4 seconds or by pressing the MODE/SET button, the unit will return to the calibration
mode.
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Note:
- During the process of calibration, press and hold the MODE/SET button to quit calibration
which will be indicated by 2 vibrations accompanied by beeps and return to the default time
and date mode.
- Stride length is limited to a range of 20 - 180cm for both walking and running. If the
calibrated result is beyond this range then the previous stride length will be used.
- If stride calibration has not been performed before, the stride value will be set based on the
height. But once the stride has been calibrated, this will automatically replace the stride
length calculated based on the user's height.
Calibration Setting Mode
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the calibration mode which should
display "CAL'.
2. Press and hold the MODE/SET button for 3 seconds to enter calibration setting mode.
3. Select either the run or walk stride length to be calibrated by pressing the START/LAP/
RESET key.
4. Confirm by pressing the MODE/SET button to continue to the next stage of the setting.
5. The next step is to set the calibration distance, press the START/LAP/RESET button or
hold the START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward the calibration distance until you have
reached your desired calibration distance.
6. To finalise all the settings, press the MODE/SET button.
7. To exit the calibration setting mode, press and hold the MODE/SET button for 3 seconds.
or
Note: During the calibration setting mode, if no keys are pressed or held for 60 seconds, the
unit will automatically return to the default calibration display.
Target Time and Heart Rate Setting Mode
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the chronograph mode or any of the
chronograph displays.
2. Press and hold the MODE/SET button for 3 seconds to enter target and heart rate setting
mode.
3. Increment the target minute by pressing or holding the START/LAP/RESET button.
4. Press the MODE/SET button for confirmation and set the target hour.
5. Increment the target hour by pressing or holding the START/LAP/RESET button.
6. Confirm the target hour by pressing the MODE/SET button.
7. Turn the target time on or off by pressing the START/LAP/RESET button.
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8. Press MODE/SET button to confirm your option and continue to set the zonal operation alert.
9. Toggle between on and off using the START/LAP/RESET button before pressing MODE/
SET key for confirmation.
10.Then set the upper limit of the heart rate zonal alert by pressing the START/LAP/RESET
button or hold the START/LAP/RESET button to fast forward the upper limit value of the
heart rate zonal alert.
11. Press the MODE/SET key for confirmation and repeat step 10 for setting the lower limit
of the heart rate zonal alert.
12. Press MODE/SET key for confirmation and to exit the target heart rate setting mode, press
and hold the MODE/SET key for 3 seconds.
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Note:
- Any changes or alterations made to target hour and minute will automatically enable the target
time alert function.
- If no keys are pressed or held for 60 seconds during the target time and heart rate setting
mode, the unit will automatically return to the chronograph mode and all previous data will be
kept.
- At anytime, to exit the target time and heart rate setting mode, press and hold the MODE/SET
key for 3 seconds.
- If you set the target time value to be 0 hour and 0 minute, this will automatically trigger the
target time function to be disabled.
Memory Recall Mode
1. Press the MODE/SET button until you have reached the memory recall mode which is
represented by 'MEM'.
2. After 3 seconds, another display should appear displaying the lap number. To review data
from a specific lap, press or hold the START/LAP/RESET button to increment the lap number.
3. Once you have reached your desired lap, press the MODE/SET to confirm and review the
data for that particular lap.
4. To scroll through the data, press the SUB/EL button.
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Note:
- At anytime, press and hold the MODE/SET key to quit the memory record mode immediately
and return to the time and date mode.
- When you are reviewing data from a particular lap, to continue to view the next lap, press the
START/LAP/RESET button.
- Default stride setting formula before stride calibration:
WALK
Male
Height x 0.415
Female Height x 0.400
RUN
Male
Height x 0.705
Female Height x 0.685
- The stride length range is limited to 20 ~ 180cm (8” to 5’ 11”) for both run and walk. If the
calibration result is outside this range, the previous stride length is used.
- During stride length calibration is performing, pressing and holding MODE/SET key will
terminate the calibration process, the “calibration fail” screen will be displayed for indication.
- If stride calibration is not performed before, the stride value will be set based on Height
formula.Once the stride is calibrated, it will replace the default stride value calculated based
on Height value.
Downloading/Installing PC-Link Program
Please visit our website at http://www.anyrun.com to download the
interface program .
Note: Windows Vista may not allow the download of the program due to its security
protection software therefore we advise you to download the program using D drive.
PC- Link Upload
1. Install the PC-Link interface program.
2. Plug the USB into the computer.
3. Within the interface program, locate the upload button and click on it.
4. The unit should display 'PC' and square boxes should appear horizontally to indicate that the
data is being uploaded.
5. Once PC upload is completed, after 3 seconds, the unit will automatically return to the
previous display.
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INSTALLING THE BATTERY
The Watch uses 2 pieces CR 2032 batteries (one each for watch and heart rate belt ).
Use only the recommended batteries.
NOTE : Changing the battery will erase the data in the watch previously input into the device
and you can then/will need to re-set the watch all over again.
Watch
1. The battery compartments located at the back of the watch.
2. To install/replace the battery, unscrew the battery compartment with the screw driver
and simply slide out afterwards.
3. Take out the old battery and dispose of properly.
4. Gently place a new battery into the battery slot of the battery compartment, making
sure that the poles are correctly placed.
5. Screw back the battery compartment, when finished as in the diagram below
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Heart Rate Belt
Hold the Heart Rate Belt firmly. Insert a coin into the slit of the compartment lid and turn it
clockwise. The lid should come off easily. (Remove used battery CR2032 ) (Diagram 1)
Gently place the battery into the battery slot of the battery compartment. (Diagram 2)
Put the compartment lid back into place and tighten it firmly by turning it anti-clockwise with
the help of coin.
Dlagram 2
Dlagram 1
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION
Battery installation and removal should be performed by an adult
Use only batteries recommended in this instruction sheet
Be sure to install the batteries with the correct polarity, as indicated
Remove all batteries when replacing
Only batteries of the same and equivalent type as recommended are to be used
Do not short-circuit the supply terminals
Exhausted batteries should be removed from the product
Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharges
Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the product before being charged
Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision
Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Time Format
Calendar System
Features
:
:
:
:
Measurement Range :
Memory Data
:
Chronograph
:
Year, month, date, day, hour, minute, second, am/pm
12/24 hours
Full Auto-calendar pre-programmed from 2000 to 2099
Current / average Speed, Step counting, calories consumption,
fat burnt, Exercise time, Current/max/min & average heart rate.
Calories Consumption : 0 - 99999.9 kcal
Fat Burnt : 0 - 99999.9
Number of step : 0 - 999999
Distance : 0 - 9999.99 km
Exercise Time : 0 - 23 hr 59 m 59s 99
7 Chrono Memory Record in Chrono Mode
7 days Exercise Summary
Measuring Unit : 1/100 second
Measuring Capacity : 23 hr 59 m 59s 99
CAUTION
Should you encounter any problems with the Speed & Distance Heart Rate System
(e.g. malfunctioning of a parameter, static electricity, interferences within the product or
the need to re-set the device), please press four buttons at the same time to reset the watch
(the watch should not connect with computer). All data previously input into the device will
be erased and you can then/will need to re-set the watch all over again.Should this fail to
correct the situation, remove the batteries and then put them back into the battery
compartment.
Then follow all the steps mentioned above in order to input the necessary data
once more. The content of this manual is subject in order to change without further notice. Due
to printing limitation, the displays shown in this manual may differ from the actual display. The
manufacturer and its suppliers hold no responsibility to you or any other persons for any
damage expenses, lost-profits, or any other claims arisen by using this product. The contents
of this manual may not be reproduced without the permission of the manufacturer.
3D sensor for steps counting
Produced in Europe, the 3D sensor is of very high quality which has shown great accuracy in
detecting and counting steps from walking, jogging and running .In order to maximize the
accuracy of the step counting feature, this sensor is able to filter movements that do not belong
to the categories of walking ,jogging and running .The daily pedometer step count can be
switched off if the user does not wish to count or view his daily step count which will help the
unit to save energy. However, the chronograph feature with step counting cannot be switched off.
If at any time of the day you wish to count the number of steps for a particular
walking/jogging/running event, you may restart the daily pedometer to 0 and switch the daily
pedometer feature off once the walking/jogging/running event is over and the number of steps
recorded for that particular event will be automatically saved to the memory of the watch.
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