Matrix Elliptical Total Body Product specifications

1-SERIES
E1x Elliptical
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TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1
1.2
1.3
Before Getting Started .................................................................................................... 02
Proper Usage ................................................................................................................. 02
Read and Save These Instructions ................................................................................... 02
CHAPTER 2: SETUP
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Getting Started ..............................................................................................................
Choosing a Location .......................................................................................................
Stabilizing the Elliptical Trainer ......................................................................................
Unpacking ....................................................................................................................
CHAPTER 3: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
3.1
E1x Elliptical ........................................................................................................................ 04
PAGE #
03
03
03
03
CHAPTER 4: Elliptical PARTS & ASSEMBLY GUIDES
4.1
4.2
4.3
Fasteners and Assembly Tools .................................................................................................. 05
Exploded Diagram .................................................................................................................. 06
Assembly Steps ..................................................................................................................... 07
CHAPTER 5: OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / ENGINEERING MODE
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Console Display .......................................................................................................................
Workout Parameter Prompts .....................................................................................................
Workout Overviews ..................................................................................................................
Workout Tips ...........................................................................................................................
Workout Setup Steps ...............................................................................................................
Using Fitness Networking .........................................................................................................
CHAPTER 6: MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODE
6.1
List of Manager’s Custom Mode ................................................................................................ 18
CHAPTER 7: MAINTENANCE
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Daily Inspection ......................................................................................................................
Daily Maintenance ...................................................................................................................
Monthly Maintenance .............................................................................................................
Recycling the Battery .............................................................................................................
CHAPTER 8: Product Specifications
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CHapter 1: Important Safety Instructions
1.1 Before getting Started
It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser of Matrix Fitness Systems products to instruct all individuals, whether they are the end user or supervising personnel, on proper usage of the equipment.
It is recommended that all users of Matrix Fitness Systems exercise equipment be informed of the following information prior to its use.
1.2 proper usage
• Do not use the equipment in any way other than designed or intended by
the manufacturer. It is imperative that all Matrix Fitness Systems equipment is used properly to avoid injury.
• Keep hands and feet clear of moving parts at all times to avoid injury.
• Unsupervised children must be kept away from this equipment.
• Do not wear loose clothing while on equipment.
1.3 Read and save these instructions
• Keep the area around the Matrix Elliptical Trainer clear of any obstructions,
including walls and furniture. Ensure that there are a few feet of clearance
in front of the Total Body Elliptical Trainer.
• Assemble and operate the Matrix Total Body Elliptical Trainer on a solid,
level surface.
• If you plan to move the unit, obtain help and use a hand truck. Do not
grasp any plastic parts while lifting or moving the unit. The unit is too
heavy and the plastic parts will break.
• Never operate the unit if it is damaged, not working properly, when it has
been dropped, or has been dropped in water.
• Do not step on or set any object on the top of the pedal lever covers or the
rear platform.
• This unit is not equipped with a free wheel. Pedal speed should be reduced
in a controlled manner.
Caution
: If you experience chest pain, nausea, dizziness
or shortness of breath, STOP exercising immediately and consult a physician
before continuing.
Caution
: Any changes or modifications to this equipment
could void the product warranty.
This Elliptical is intended for commercial use. To ensure your safety and protect the equipment, read all instructions before operating the MATRIX elliptical.
• Do not use this product outdoors, near swimming pools or in areas of high humidity.
• Do not allow children or those unfamiliar with its operation on or near the
Matrix Total Body Elliptical Trainer. Do not leave children unsupervised
around the unit.
• Never drop or insert objects into any opening. Keep hands away from moving parts. If the item cannot be reached, contact the Matrix authorized dealer for assistance.
• Do not wear any clothing that might catch on any moving parts of the Total
Body Elliptical Trainer.
• Do not turn pedals by hand, and do not use this product in bare feet.
• Do not dismount the Total Body Elliptical Trainer until the pedals are at a
complete stop.
• When mounting or dismounting the Matrix Total Body Elliptical Trainer, use
the stationary handlebar whenever additional stability is required. While
exercising, hold onto the moving arms.
• Never use on the Matrix Total Body Elliptical Trainer while facing backwards.
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CHapter 2: Setup
2.1 GETTING STARTED
Read the Owner’s Manual before setting up the Matrix Elliptical Trainer. Place the unit where it will be used before beginning the setup procedure.
2.2 choosing a location
The site should be well-lit and well-ventilated. Place the E1x on a structurally solid and flat surface a few feet from the wall or any equipment. If the site has
a heavy plush carpet, to protect the carpeting and machinery, you should place a rigid plastic base under the unit.
Please do not place the Total Body Elliptical Trainer in an area of high humidity, such as the vicinity of a steam room, indoor pool, or sauna. Exposure to intensive water vapour or chlorine could
adversely affect the electronics, as well as other parts of the machine. To make exercise a desirable
daily activity for you, the Total Body Elliptical Trainer should be in an attractive setting.
2.3 STABILIZING THE MATRIX ELLIPTICAL TRAINER
After placing the unit where it will be used, check its stability. If the Elliptical E1x is placed on a
slightly, uneven surface, adjusting the adjustable levelers located underneath the base frame can
help, but will not compensate for extremely uneven surfaces. To adjust, loosen the nut, and turn the
leveler until the rocking motion ceases, and both levelers rest firmly on the floor. Retighten the nut.
2.4 UNPACKING THE TOTAL BODY ELLIPTICAL TRAINER
The Elliptical Trainer is carefully inspected before shipment so it should arrive in good operating
condition. Matrix Fitness ships the unit in the following pieces:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Hardware Kit
(I)
(J)
A) Main Frame Assembly
B) Console Mast
C) Console Mast Boot
D) Dual-Action Handrails
E) Pedal Arms
F) Front Foot
G) Handlebar Set
H) Console
I) Accessory Tray
J) Hareware Kit
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CHapter 3: Serial Number Location
3.1 Serial number location
The serial number is located under the console mast boot.
SERIAL # PLACEMENT
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CHapter 4: Elliptical Parts
and
Assembly Guides
4.1 Fastners & Assembly tools
FASTENERS & ASSEMBLY TOOLS
PARTS NO.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Z10
Socket Buttonhead Screw (M8 X 1.25p X 20mm)
2
Z03
Socket Buttonhead Screw (M8 X 1.25p X 80mm)
2
Z04
Flat Washer (Ø8.2)
4
Z07
Nylon Nut (M8 X 1.25p)
2
Z05
Bushing
4
Z06
Buttonhead Bolt (M8 X 1.25p X 35mm)
2
Z07
Nylon Nut (M8 X 1.25p)
2
Z18
Buttonhead Screw (M6 X 1.0p X 20mm)
8
Z01
Buttonhead Screw (M8 X 1.25p X 16mm)
8
Z02
Spring Washer (Ø8.2)
8
Z22
Cross Head Screw (M5 X 0.8p X 25mm)
2
Z24
Spring Washer (Ø8.2)
4
Z25
Socket Head Screw (M8 X 1.25p X 25mm)
4
Z08
Link Arm Cap
4
Z14
#5 L-type Wrench (120L)
1
Z20
#6 T-type Wrench (167L)
1
Z19
Phillips Screwdriver
1
Z17
Wrench (#13)
1
SKETCH
COLOR
OF BAG
Yellow
Red
Black
Pink
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4.2 Exploded diagram
N22
Z18
Z10
Z05
Z07
Z08
Z06
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4.3 Assembly steps
STEP 1
STEP 2
N22
N22
Water-holderWater-holder
Bracket
Bracket
Z10
Z10
1) Lift up the Main Body at the front end. Ask your assistant to insert the
wooden or hard box underneath the Main Body while you lift up the Main Body.
2) Fasten the Front Foot to the Main Body by using two screws (Z10).
Z07
Z07
Z04
Z04
Z04
Z03
Z04
Z03
CONSOLE MAST
1) Thread the Console Mast through the Console Mast Boot.
2) Feed the cable through the Console Mast. Tape the cable to the top of the
Console Mast to secure it temporarily.
3) Attach the Console Mast to the Base Frame using two screws (Z03), four
washers (Z04) and two nylon nuts (Z07). Ask your assistant to hold the
Console Mast while tighten screws.
Fix the water-holder bracket to the console mast using 2 bolts and then
use #5 L-type wrench to tighten the screws.
CONSOLE
1) Connect the cable inside the Console, and unscrew the screws attached
the back of the Console.
2) Attach the Console to the top of the Console Mast using the same screws
attached the back of the Console.
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4.3 Assembly steps
STEP 3
Z24
Z25
Z18
Z22
Z06
Z08
Z05
Z05
Z07
Z08
HR HANDGRIPS
1) Plug in the heart rate wires to the wires from the Console Mast.
2) Attach the heart rate handgrips to the Console Mast by using four screws (Z25) and washers (Z24).
ACCESSORY TRAY
1) Attach the Accessory Tray to the positioned base of the accessory tray by using two screws (Z22).
Z02
Z01
Z02
Z01
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4.3 Assembly steps
STEP 4
Z18
Z18
Z06
Z08
Z05
Z05
G24
Z07
Z08
Z05 Z06
Z08
Z07
Z08
Z05
Z02
Z01
Z02
Z01
1)
2)
3)
4)
Attach the Dual-Action handrail (R) and (L) to the Console Mast using screws (Z18), and place the Handlebar Caps around the Handlebars.
Fasten the Link Arm (R) and (L) to the Pedal Arms using screws (Z01) and washers (Z02).
Attach the Dual-Action handrails to the link arms using bolts (Z06), bushings (Z05), and nylon nuts (Z07).
Align the cut-out inside the link arm caps (Z08) with the link arm mounting hole. Apply pressure to the cap until it snaps into place.
ASSEMBLY COMPLETE
Assembly is complete.
Final assembly and optional entertainment shown.
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5.1 Console display
D
A
B
C
E
G
F
H
A) WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW:
During a workout, this window displays shapes, made of triangle columns of lights, which represent the levels of intensity in a workout-in-progress. The
height of the furthest column is proportional to the current level of the intensity. Information will cycle every 30 seconds.
B) INSTURCTION CENTER:
This window displays step-by-step instructions for setting up a workout.
C) INFORMATIONAL DISPLAY: During a workout, three sets of numbers, including Speed, Time and Distance, display statistics about the progress of the workout.
D) PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS
Press the key to select one of the workouts. The program key with a symbol of plus “+” represents additional workout options. Press this key repeatedly for
similar workout options.
E) LEVEL ARROW KEYS
During a workout, pressing the UP or DOWN arrow can adjust intensity levels.
F) RIGHT / LEFT ARROW KEYS
A pair of RIGHT and LEFT arrows is located on the side of SELECT. Use arrows, when setting up a workout, to change workout parameters displayed on
the LCD console, such as length of workout, weight, age, heart rate, and intensity level. In addition, the pair of RIGHT and LEFT arrows is corresponding
to the arrows in the LCD display.
G) QUICK START
Press QUICK START to begin your workout immediately, without having to select a workout program.
H) RESET
PAUSE: If you need to PAUSE your program during a workout, stop pedaling. It will PAUSE your program for 30 seconds. Pressing START will return you
to your workout. NOTE: Pause time is only available for ellipticals equipped with the battery. RESET: If you need to RESET the console during your workout, you can do so by holding down the RESET button for three seconds, or until the display resets.
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5.2 WORKOUT PARAMETER PROMPTS
This section lists the default value and value range of workout parameters appeared in the PROMPT AREA, located in the bottom of WORKOUT
PROFILE WINDOW. Before an exercise session, each parameter prompt will appear here depending on different programs.
PROMPT
DEFAULT
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
UNIT
TIME
20
5
99
minute
LEVEL
1
1
20
WEIGHT
68 / 150
34 / 75
182 / 400
kg / lbs
AGE
30
10
99
years old
DISTANCE
5/3
1/1
80 / 50
km / mile
CALORIES
500
50
5000
cal.
WATTS
150
50
350
watt
Heart Rate
n/a
52
200
beat
GENDER
MALE
MALE
FEMALE
NOTE: The workout time is a “countdown” display according to the default time or the maximum time that a user inputs. When the workout time is
inputted as “0”, the time will count up from a zero to the maximum time.
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5.3 WORKOUT OVERVIEWS
This chart lists the Matrix elliptical trainer’s pre-programmed workouts.
PROGRAM
NAME
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT PROMPT
TIME
INPUT
PROGRAM
NAME
QUICK START
Quick Start is the fastest way to begin exercising and
bypasses the setup prompts. After pressing the QUICK
START key, a constant-level workout begins.
N/A
N/A
TIME
GOAL
WARM UP
Warm-up is a low-intensity phase that brings the
heart rate into the lower end of the target zone and
increases respiration and blood flow to working
muscles.
N/A
Time
DISTANCE
GOAL
COOL DOWN
Cool-down is a low-intensity phase that allows the
body to begin removing lactic acid, and other exercise
by-products, which build up in muscles and contribute to soreness.
N/A
Time
MANUAL
Manual is a constant intensity level unless it is
manually changed.
20 min
Time,
Weight
HILL
INTERVAL
Hill Interval is an efficient workout by alternating work
intervals and recovery intervals.
20 min
Level,
Time,
Weight
RANDOM
HILL
Random Hill is an interval training workout that
occurs in no regular pattern or progression.
20 min
Time,
Weight
CONSTANT
WATTS
Constant Watts is designed to maintain your watts
expenditure at a constant level by controlling pedaling resistance and prompting you to pedal at a specified RPM. Watts level may vary above and below your
target watts level during this program.
20 min
Watts,
Time,
Weight
RANDOM
Random is a workout of constantly changing intensity
levels that occur in no regular pattern or progression.
20 min
Level,
Time,
Weight
GOAL+
INTERVAL+
MULTI FX+
CALORIES
GOAL
TARGET
HR
HEART
RATE+
WEIGHT
LOSS
FIT TEST
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5.3 WORKOUT OVERVIEWS
OMPT
NPUT
PROGRAM
NAME
e
GOAL+
e
e,
ght
HEART
RATE+
ts,
e,
ght
el,
e,
ght
FIT TEST
DEFAULT PROMPT
TIME
INPUT
TIME
GOAL
Time Goal sets exercise duration as the workout goal.
Once the objective is met, the workout automatically
goes into a cool-down phase and ends afterward.
20 min
Time,
Weight
DISTANCE
GOAL
Distance Goal is designed to build endurance in a
certain distance. Once the objective is met, the
workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase, and
ends afterward.
N/A
Distance,
Weight
CALORIES
GOAL
Calories Goal is designed to burn a certain number of
selected calories. Once the objective is met, the
workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase
and ends afterward.
N/A
Calories,
Weight
TARGET
HR
Target HR is a higher intensity workout for maintaining a heart rate to achieve maximum exercise results.
The user must wear a heart rate chest strip, or keep
hands on contact heart rate grips continuously. The
program adjusts the intensity level, based on the
actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 80 percent of
the theoretical maximum.
20 min
Age,
HR,
Time,
Weight
WEIGHT
LOSS
Weight Loss is a low-intensity workout for
burning the body’s fat reserves. The user must wear a
heart rate chest strip, or keep hands on contact heart
rate grips continuously. The program adjusts the
intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to
maintain the rate at 65 percent of the theoretical
maximum.
20 min
Age,
HR,
Time,
Weight
Fit Test measures cardiovascular fitness and can be
used to monitor improvements in your endurance.
12 min
Gender,
Age,
Level,
Weight
el,
e,
ght
e,
ght
DESCRIPTION
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5.4 WORKOUT TIPS
1) Matrix Fitness strongly recommends seeing your physician for a complete physical examination before beginning any fitness program. Know your physician-recommended heart rate target zone. If, at any time while exercising, you experiences faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breathe, you must
stop immediately.
2) To mount the elliptical trainer, grasp the front stationary handlebars and place your feet on the pedals. When you are comfortably situated, begin pedaling.
To dismount the elliptical trainer, stop pedaling, grasp the front stationary handlebars and get off the unit.
3) It is highly recommended that you always incorporate the warm-up and cool-down period into your workout. Warm-up brings the heart rate into the lower
end of the target zone and increases respiration and blood flow to working muscles. Cool-down takes time for a user’s heart rate to return to a resting state
after vigorous exercise and reduces the amount of lactic acid in muscle tissue.
5.5 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS
Different elliptical trainer workouts require different setup procedure. This section provides details for settling up any workout program.
1) Begin to pedal the elliptical trainer.
2) Use the PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS to enter the program, or use RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to desired program. The program name is displayed in
the PROMPT AREA.
3) Use the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to desired parameter values displayed in the PROMPT AREA.
4) Press the SELECT key to confirm each selection. Follow the steps to set up each workout.
NOTE: The PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS with a symbol of plus “+” have couple of similar workout options included. Press the key repeatedly to select the desired program. Or, press the program
key once and use RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to the desired program.
QUICK START
Press the “QUICK START” key and the WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW will display “3, 2, 1, GO!” The workout begins at the default intensity level, and the
workout time counts up from “0” to the maximum workout time.
WARM UP
1) Press the “WARM-UP” key to enter the program.
2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
3) Press START to begin a warm-up.
COOL DOWN
1) Press the “COOL-DOWN” key to enter the program.
2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
3) Press START to begin a cool-down.
MANUAL
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press the “MANUAL” key to enter the program.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
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5.5 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS
INTERVAL +
A) HILL INTERVAL
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Repeatedly Press the “INTERVAL+” key to select “HILL INTERVAL”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
B) RANDOM HILL
1)
2)
3)
4)
Repeatedly Press the “INTERVAL+” key to select “RANDOM HILL”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
MULTI FX +
A) CONSTANT WATTS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Repeatedly Press the “MULTI FX+” key to select “CONSTANT WATTS”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WATTS” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
B) RANDOM
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Repeatedly Press the “MULTI FX+” key to select “RANDOM ”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
GOAL +
A) TIME GOAL
1)
2)
3)
4)
1)
2)
3)
4)
Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “TIME GOAL”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
B) DISTANCE GOAL
1)
2)
3)
4)
1)
2)
3)
4)
Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “DISTANCE GOAL”, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT DISTANCE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
C) CALORIES GOAL
1) 1) Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “CALORIES GOAL”, and then press SELECT.
2) 2) “SELECT CALORIES” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
3) 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
4) 4) Press START to begin the workout.
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5.4 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS
HEART RATE +
A) TARGET HR / WEIGHT LOSS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Repeatedly Press the “HEART RATE+” key to select “TARGET HR” or “WEIGHT LOSS”, and then press SELECT
“SELECT AGE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT HR” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
B) FIT TEST
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
“SELECT GENDER” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT AGE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
“SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT.
Press START to begin the workout.
The tables below list fit test results:
FIT TEST’S RESULT FOR MALE
Male
Age
Rating
Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category
Very Poor
Poor
Fair
Good
Excellent
Superior
15 – 19
< 35.0
35.0 – 38.3 38.4 – 45.1 45.2 – 50.9 51.0 – 55.9
> 55.9
20 – 29
< 33.0
33.0 – 36.4 36.5 – 42.4 42.5 – 46.4 46.5 – 52.4
> 52.4
30 – 39
< 31.5
31.5 – 35.4 35.5 – 40.9 41.0 – 44.9 45.0 – 49.4
> 49.4
40 – 49
< 30.2
30.2 – 33.5 33.6 – 38.9 39.0 – 43.7 43.8 – 48.0
> 48.0
50 – 59
< 26.1
26.1 – 30.9 31.0 – 35.7 35.8 – 40.9 41.0 – 45.3
> 45.3
60 +
< 20.5
20.5 – 26.0 26.1 – 32.2 32.3 – 36.4 36.5 – 44.2
> 44.2
FIT TEST’S RESULT FOR FEMALE
Female
Age
Rating
Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category
Very Poor
Poor
Fair
Good
Excellent
Superior
15 – 19
<25.0
25.0 – 30.9 31.0 – 34.9 35.0 – 38.9 39.0 - 41.9
>41.9
20 – 29
<23.6
23.6 – 28.9 29.0 – 32.9 33.0 – 36.9 37.0 - 41.0
>41.0
30 – 39
<22.8
22.8 – 26.9 27.0 – 31.4 31.5 – 35.6 35.7 - 40.0
>40.0
40 – 49
<21.0
21.0 – 24.4 24.5 – 28.9 29.0 – 32.8 32.9 - 36.9
>36.9
50 – 59
<20.2
20.2 – 22.7 22.8 – 26.9 27.0 – 31.4 31.5 - 35.7
>35.7
60 +
<17.5
17.5 – 20.1 20.2 – 24.4 24.5 - 30.2 30.3 - 31.4
>31.4
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5.6 USING FITNESS NETWORK
The two RJ45 networking ports are equipped in Matrix Elliptical Trainer E1x. These ports allow the bike to be connected to a fitness entertainment system and/or a fitness network, such as FitLinxx®.
C-SAFE / CARDIO PORT
The ports are located on the back of the console. The C-SAFE port enables the bike to upload user workout statistics to a fitness network database. The
CARDIO port is compatible to entertainment protocol such as Cardio Theater® or BroadcastVision™.
C-SAFE
CARDIO
C-SAFE
CARDIO
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CHapter 6: Manager’s Custom Mode
6.1 LIST OF MANAGER’s CUSTOM MODE
The Manager’s Custom Mode allow the club owner to customize the elliptical trainer for the club.
To enter the Manager’s Custom Mode, press and hold down the “LEVEL ARROW keys“ . Continue to hold down these two keys until the INSTRUCTION
CENTER displays “MANAGER MENU”.
1. To scroll through the list of Manager’s Custom Mode, use the “LEFT / RIGHT ARROW keys”, or “LEVEL ARROW keys”. The INSTRUCTION CENTER will display, in
turn, each of custom settings.
2. To select a custom mode, press the SELECT key to enter.
3. To change the value of the setting, use the “LEFT / RIGHT ARROW keys”, or “LEVEL ARROW keys”.z
4. To confirm and save the value of the setting, press the QUICK START key. “SETTING SAVED” will appear in the INSTRUCTION CENTER. To exit the setting without saving, press the RESET key within 5 seconds, or if there is no key pressed, the system will resume automatically.
LIST OF MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODES:
CUSTOM
SETTING
DEFAULT MINIMUM MAXIMUM
UNIT
STEP
DESCRIPTION
P0
MAXIMUM
TIME
99 min
20 min
99 min
minute
1
Enable fitness club managers to set the
program maximum workout duration limits
during peak and non-peak hours of club
traffic. Active variable displayed in the TIME
display after change.
P1
DEFAULT
TIME
20 min
5 min
max.
time
minute
1
Control the default program time.
P2
DEFAULT
LEVEL
1
1
10
n/a
1
Control the starting resistance level for
all programs.
P3
MAXIMUM
LEVEL
20
1
20
n/a
1
Enable to set maximum resistance level for all
programs.
P4
DEFAULT
WEIGHT
68kg /
150lbs
34kg /
75lbs
182kg /
400lbs
kg/lbs
1
Control the default weight used in calorie
calculations. Set to default unit change
(kilograms or pounds). Displayed in
native units.
P5
DEFAULT
AGE
30
10
99
age
1
Control the default users age used in target
heart rate calculations.
P6
ACCUMULATED
DISTANCE
N/A
0
104,000
km /
65,000
mile
km /
mile
N/A
Accumulated distance is not editable, but only
for display. Displayed in native units (miles or
kilometers). After the equipment reaches the
maximum distance, it will reset to "0"
automatically.
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CHapter 6: Manager’s Custom Mode
6.1 LIST OF MANAGER’s CUSTOM MODE
CUSTOM
SETTING
P7
ACCUMULATED
TIME
P8
PAUSE
TIME
P9
MODEL
DEFAULT MINIMUM MAXIMUM
N/A
30 sec
0
30 sec
65,000 hrs
180 sec
UNIT
hour
second
EL
N/A
N/A
N/A
STEP
N/A
1
DESCRIPTION
Accumulated time is not editable, but only for
display. After the machine reaches the
maximum time, it will reset to "0" automatically.
This is the maximum time during which a
workout can remain in pause mode. Restrictions exist for the machine not equipped with a
battery.
N/A
CB - Upright Bike
RB - Recumbent Bike
EL – Elliptical Trainer
ST - Stepper
P10
LANGUAGE
English
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
The native language prompts in the
INSTRUCTION CENTER.
P11
SOFTWARE
VERSION
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Software version is not editable, but only
for display.
P12
UNITS
English
English
Metric
N/A
N/A
The measurement unit prompts for weight,
distance, and speed.
P13
ERROR
LOG
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Error log is not editable, but only for display.
Holding the Left and Right Arrow keys
simultaneously to erase the error log.
P14
P15
METS
RESET
ALL
OFF
N/A
ON
N/A
OFF
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
If this option is "ON", the METs prompt
becomes an individual display in PROMPT
AREA. If "OFF", there will be an alternate
prompt in RPM and METs at the lower-right
corner of the WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW.
The function would clear all custom settings
had stored on the unit and all settings return
to manufacturer default value. Holding the Left
and Right Arrow keys simultaneously to clear
all custom settings values.
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CHapter 7: Maintenance
Maintenance
Matrix Elliptical Trainer E1x is built for commercial environment 12 hours a day and seven days a week. However, as a club manager or owner, you are
responsible for cleaning and maintaining the unit’s integrity. If you fail to maintain the elliptical trainer as described below, it could affect or void the Matrix
limited warranty.
NOTE: Safety of the equipment can be maintained only if the equipment is examined regularly for damage or wear. Keep the equipment out of use until
defective parts are repaired or replaced. Pay special attention to parts that are subject to wear, such as display console, console mounting screws, handrails,
link arms, pedal arms and pedals.
7.1 DAILY INSPECTION
Look and listen for loose fasteners, unusual noises, and any other indications that the
equipment may be in need of service. If you notice any of these, obtain service.
7.2 DAILY MAINTENANCE
Matrix Fitness recommends the E1x be cleaned before and after each workout. The following daily maintenance tips will keep your unit operating at peak
performance:
1) Use a damp, soft cloth with water or mild liquid detergent to clean all exposed surfaces. DO NOT use ammonia, chlorine, or acid-based cleaners.
2) Keep the display console free of fingerprints and salt build-up caused by sweat.
3) Frequently vacuum the floor underneath the unit to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt, which can affect the smooth operation of the unit.
7.3 MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
Perform the following services each month, or as needed:
1) Check that the console, handrails, link arms, pedal arms and pedals are secure.
7.4 RECYCLING THE BATTERY
When the Matrix elliptical trainer is about to be discarded at the end of its useful life, the rechargeable battery must first be removed and recycled. If the
elliptical trainer is being equipped with the battery. To access the battery, unscrew the cover on the back of the console. To remove the battery, disconnect
the cable.
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CHapter 8: Product Specifications
E1x
CONSOLE
Workout Profile Window – 7” blue backlit graphic LCD display
Display Screen
Instruction Center – 14-character red LED alphanumeric display
Informational Display – 3 numeric 7-segment display (3 sets)
Display Readout
Time, Distance, Calories, Speed, Level, Watts, METS, Heart Rate, Profile
Programs
Manual, Interval+(Hill Interval, Random Interval), Goal+(Time Goal, Distance Goal,
Calories Goal), Multi FX+(Constant Watts, Random), Heart Rate+(Target HR, Weight
Loss), Fit Test, Warm Up, Cool Down
On-the-fly Program Change
Yes
Telemetric Receiver
Yes
Contact HR Sensors
Yes
Program Quick Keys
Yes
One-Touch Quick Start
Yes
Pause Time
30 seconds
Language Options
English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese
TECHNICAL DATA
Resistance Technology
JID™ generator
Resistance Levels
20
Drive System
Two stage belt-driven
Stride Drive System
Forward and reverse
Stride Length
48 cm / 19”
Dimensions (L×W×H)
211 × 79 × 170 cm / 83” × 31” × 52”
Product Weight
168 kg / 370 lbs
Max User Weight
182 kg / 400 lbs
Power Requirement
Self-powered
SPECIAL FEATURES
Handlebar Design
Multi-position dual action arms
Remote Operation Keys
Yes, equipped in the dual action arms
Pedals
Auto-positioning pedals with front safety fences
Integrated Reading Rack
Yes
Accessory Tray
Yes
ENTERTAINMENT SOLUTIONS
Matrix ® LCD TV Mount
Yes
Networking Capabilities
CSAFE-Ready, Finlinxx™ certified
*Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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