STRENGTH
Service & Maintenance manual
Rev. 1.1
ARTIS LINE - ARTIS STRENGTH LINE:
Technical Service guide - Rev. 1.1
The information in this manual is aimed at QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL, who have
been specifically trained by TECHNOGYM and are qualified to carry out fine tuning and start-up
of the equipment, as well as major maintenance work and repairs, requiring in-depth understanding of the equipment, how it works, its safety devices and maintenance procedures.
READ ALL THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE
CARRYING OUT ANY SERVICE WORK ON THE EQUIPMENT.
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE LEVELS EVEN
WHEN THE EQUIPMENT IS SWITCHED
OFF
NOTE:
The information contained in this document may be changed without prior notification.
Technogym does not issue guarantees of any kind regarding this material. Technogym will not be
held responsible for any errors contained herein or for any accidental damage or damage consequent to the supply, services or use of this material.
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Summary
1.
GENERAL WARNINGS...................................................................................................................................9
1.1Introduction................................................................................................................................................................. 9
1.1
Useful advice............................................................................................................................................................. 10
1.2
General regulations regarding service work.......................................................................................................... 10
2.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................................................................11
2.1
Machines Codes........................................................................................................................................................ 11
2.2
Benches Codes......................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.3
Ambient specifications............................................................................................................................................. 14
2.4
Conformity to regulations........................................................................................................................................ 14
2.5
Serial Number Structure........................................................................................................................................... 15
2.1
Caratteristiche meccaniche..................................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.1Abductor..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.2Adductor..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.3
Arm Curl...................................................................................................................................................................... 19
2.1.4
Arm Extension........................................................................................................................................................... 19
2.1.5
Chest Press............................................................................................................................................................... 20
2.1.6
Lat Machine............................................................................................................................................................... 20
2.1.7
Leg Curl.......................................................................................................................................................................21
2.1.8
Leg Extension.............................................................................................................................................................21
2.1.9
Leg Press................................................................................................................................................................... 22
2.1.10
Lower Back................................................................................................................................................................ 22
2.1.11
Low Row..................................................................................................................................................................... 23
2.1.12
Multi Hip..................................................................................................................................................................... 23
2.1.13Pectoral...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
2.1.14
Rear Delt Row............................................................................................................................................................ 24
2.1.15
Rotary Torso.............................................................................................................................................................. 25
2.1.16
Shoulder Press.......................................................................................................................................................... 25
2.1.17Squat.......................................................................................................................................................................... 26
2.1.18
Total Abdominal......................................................................................................................................................... 26
2.1.19
Vertical Traction......................................................................................................................................................... 27
2.1.20
AB Crunch.................................................................................................................................................................. 27
2.1.21
Crunch Bench............................................................................................................................................................ 28
2.1.22
Inclined Bench.......................................................................................................................................................... 28
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Lower Back Bench.................................................................................................................................................... 29
2.1.24
Horizontal Bench....................................................................................................................................................... 29
2.1.25
Adjustable Bench...................................................................................................................................................... 30
2.1.26
Scott Bench............................................................................................................................................................... 30
2.1.27
Vertical Bench........................................................................................................................................................... 31
2.1
Wiring Diagrams........................................................................................................................................................ 32
2.2Cables......................................................................................................................................................................... 33
3.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES............................................................................................................................35
3.1
Block diagram........................................................................................................................................................... 35
3.2Components.............................................................................................................................................................. 36
3.2.1
Display assembly..................................................................................................................................................... 36
3.2.2Generator................................................................................................................................................................... 36
3.2.3
Weight Stack Optical Sensor Bar and Additional Weight....................................................................................... 36
3.2.3.1
NFC / TGS reader........................................................................................................................................................ 37
3.2.3.2
Auxiliary Batteries..................................................................................................................................................... 37
3.3
Power Supply management..................................................................................................................................... 38
3.4
ROM and exercise weight display management................................................................................................... 38
3.5
Transmission of the movement.............................................................................................................................. 39
3.6
Easy start system.................................................................................................................................................... 40
4.ACCESSORIES............................................................................................................................................41
4.1
5.
Floor fixing brackets................................................................................................................................................. 41
MOVING AND INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT...............................................................................................43
5.1
Installation specifications and requirements....................................................................................................... 43
5.2
Lifting and moving the equipment.........................................................................................................................44
6.TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................................................................................47
6.1
LED Test..................................................................................................................................................................... 47
6.2
Weight Optical Sensors bar calibration................................................................................................................... 47
6.3
Display Spento.......................................................................................................................................................... 48
6.4
Flat Batteries............................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.5
Display does not show the ROM trend................................................................................................................... 49
6.6
Impossible to update the weight stack sensor board FW.................................................................................... 49
6.7
Display does not show/incorrectly shows weight stack weight........................................................................ 50
6.8
The device does not recognise the user................................................................................................................ 51
6.9
Device Errors Dispositivo......................................................................................................................................... 52
7.
HOW TO REMOVE.......................................................................................................................................53
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Display Group............................................................................................................................................................ 53
7.2
Lettore TGS/NFC........................................................................................................................................................ 53
7.3
Weight Optical Sensor (WOS)................................................................................................................................... 54
7.4
Generator and Belt.................................................................................................................................................... 55
8.ADJUSTMENTS..........................................................................................................................................57
8.1
Weight Stack Optical Sensors Position................................................................................................................... 57
8.2
Generator belt tension.............................................................................................................................................. 58
8.3
The equipment is not flat......................................................................................................................................... 59
9.
9.1
CONFIGURING THE EQUIPMENT: U-GO.......................................................................................................63
Configuring the USER MENU.................................................................................................................................... 63
9.1.1LANGUAGE.................................................................................................................................................................. 64
9.1.2
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT......................................................................................................................................... 64
9.1.3MOVES........................................................................................................................................................................ 64
9.1.4
NFC MESSAGES.......................................................................................................................................................... 65
9.2
Configuring the SERVICE MENU............................................................................................................................... 66
9.3
CONFIG MENÙ............................................................................................................................................................ 67
9.3.1PARAMETERS............................................................................................................................................................. 67
9.3.2CALIBRATION.............................................................................................................................................................. 67
9.3.3
FIRMWARE VERSION.................................................................................................................................................. 68
9.3.4
DATA LOG.................................................................................................................................................................... 68
9.3.5
ERROR LOG................................................................................................................................................................. 69
10. SW UPGRADE............................................................................................................................................ 71
10.1
Upgrading the device................................................................................................................................................71
10.2
Upgrading Peripherals...............................................................................................................................................71
11. PLANNED MAINTENANCE..........................................................................................................................73
12. TOOLS TO BE USED....................................................................................................................................75
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1.
GENERAL WARNINGS
1.1
Introduction
This document has been prepared specifically for Technogym After Sales Service with the aim
of providing authorised personnel with the information for carrying out maintenance and repair
operations in the correct manner.
A thorough understanding of the technical data contained herein is absolutely fundamental in
order for the operator to achieve the highest level in professional training.
To make the text more readily understandable, the paragraphs have illustrations and diagrams
which highlight the specific subject matter.
This manual includes informative notes with specific meanings:
ATTENTION: regulation which may lead to injury if not complied with.
CAUTION: regulation which may cause damage to the equipment if not complied with.
WARNING: Information regarding the operation in progress.
Detail regarding the operation in progress.
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1.1
Useful advice
Technogym advises you to plan your technical assistance task in the following way:
Carefully assess the impressions reported by the Customer regarding the equipment's operating
faults and ask questions suitable to clarify the signs of the defect.
Be clear in your diagnosis of the reasons for the fault. You can pick up the basic theory from this
manual, but this needs to be bolstered by your own personal experience and by taking part in the
training courses organised periodically by Technogym.
Plan the repair work in a rational manner so as to avoid wasting any time, e.g. collecting spare
parts, preparing tools and equipment etc.
Gain access to the part that needs to be repaired and limit yourself to the essential operations.
On this point, it will be extremely helpful if you consult the dismantling sequences shown in this
manual.
1.2
General regulations regarding service work
1.
Always mark components or positions which might easily be confused with each other during re-assembly.
2.
Use original Technogym spare parts and recommended brand lubricants.
3.
Use special tools when specified to do so.
4.
Consult the Technical Newsletters as they might contain more up-to-date details on regulation and servicing procedures compared to those in this manual.
5.
Before undertaking any work, check that the recommended tools are available and that they
are in good condition.
6.
With regard to the procedures given in this manual, only use the tools that have been indicated.
Tool sizes in this manual are expressed in mm.
ATTENTION: it is the responsibility of the technician to close off the area where he is working and
observe safety precautions.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1
Machines Codes
The ARTIS LINE - STRENGTH machine code, consists of 16 alphanumeric characters arranged
as follows:
Characters
1,2,
Description
Line Type
Key to values
MK = ARTIS Line - STRENGTH
12 = Lat Machine
13 = Pectoral
16 = Squat
17 = Adductor
18 = Abductor
45 = Arm Extension
46 = Rear Delt Row
50 = Rotary Torso
51 = Leg Press
3,4,
Machine Type;
58 = Lower Back
67 = Multi Hip
69 = Shoulder Press
70 = Chest Press
71 = Vertical Traction
80 = Low Row
83 = Total Abdominal
90 = Leg Curl
91 = Leg Extension
92 = Arm Curl
0 = Standard
5,
Weight Stack;
conformity6,
Conformity
E = EC
7,
Display / integrated devices;
H = U-GO / NFC+TGS+QR code
3 = Plus
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Characters
Description
Key to values
8,9,
Frame Colour
BW = Carbon Grey
10,11,
Upholstery Colour
9A = Mocha
12,13,
Plastic Colour
2N = Dark Grey + Carbon Grey
14,15,
Casings & Inlay Colour;
2P = Carbon Grey + Grey
16.
Packaging
I = No Package
For example, a possible code is as follows:
MK
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12
0
E
H
BW
9A
2N
2P
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Benches Codes
Il CODICE delle PANCHE della linea ARTIS LINE - STRENGTH, è un codice alfa-numerico di
16 caratteri così strutturato:
Characters
1,2,
Description
Key to values
Line Type
PA = Benches
01 = Inclined bench
02 = Vertical bench
03 = Crunch bench
3,4,
04 = Adjustable bench
Machine Type;
05 = Lower Back bench
06 = Scott bench
07 = Horizontal bench
10 = AB Crunch bench
-
-
-
5,6,
Frame Colour
BW = Carbon Grey
7,8,
Upholstery Colour
9A = Mocha
9,10.
Plastic Colour
GG = Grey RAL 7024
For example, a possible code is as follows:
PA
01
-
BW
9A
GG
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Ambient specifications
Operating
Storage
Operating
Storage
Temperature
Dampness
from 5° to 35°C
from 10 to 25°C
from 30% to 80% non-condensing
from 20% to 90% non-condensing
Tab. 1
2.4
Conformity to regulations
The machine conforms to the following standards:
EUROPE
USA
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2006/42/EC Machinery Directive
DIRECTIVES
1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive
2002/95/EC RoHS Directive
2002/96/EC WEEE Directive
2006/66/EC Battery Directive
2009/125/EC Ecodesign Directive
EN55014-1
EMI
EN55014-2
FCC part 15
EN55022 class
SAFETY
EN60335-1
UL1647
Tab. 2
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2.5
Serial Number Structure
The Serial Number is made up of alphanumeric characters as follows:
Characters
1,2, 3,4,5,
6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13.
Description
key to values
MK = ARTIS Line - STRENGTH
Product Type
xx = (Machine code)
Year of production;
Progressive.
y = (conformity)
13
000001
For example, a possible product code would be:
MK
12
E
13
000001
You can find the SN label on the machine, in the position indicated in the following pictures:
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2.1
Caratteristiche meccaniche
2.1.1 Abductor
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1438 mm
1097 mm
1375 mm
208 kg
57 in
43 in
54 in
459 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
2.1.2 Adductor
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1438 mm
1160 mm
1375 mm
217 kg
57 in
46 in
54 in
478 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
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100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.3 Arm Curl
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1083 mm
1450 mm
1375 mm
232 kg
43 in
57 in
54 in
512 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
2.1.4 Arm Extension
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1083 mm
1439 mm
1375 mm
234 kg
43 in
57 in
54 in
516 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.5 Chest Press
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1409 mm
1427 mm
1673 mm
295 kg
55 in
56 in
66 in
650 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
125 kg
200 lbs
250 lbs
2.1.6 Lat Machine
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1289 mm
1202 mm
2279 mm
286 kg
51 in
47 in
90 in
631 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
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100 kg
130 kg
200 lbs
260 lbs
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2.1.7 Leg Curl
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1304 mm
1132 mm
1375 mm
297 kg
51 in
45 in
54 in
655 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
125 kg
200 lbs
250 lbs
2.1.8 Leg Extension
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1095 mm
1133 mm
1375 mm
293 kg
43 in
45 in
54 in
646 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
125 kg
200 lbs
250 lbs
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2.1.9 Leg Press
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
2083 mm
1225 mm
1950 mm
638 kg
82 in
48 in
77 in
1407 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
190 kg
250 kg
380 lbs
500 lbs
2.1.10 Lower Back
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1448 mm
1127 mm
1375 mm
235 kg
57 in
44 in
54 in
518 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
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70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.11 Low Row
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1420 mm
1185 mm
1375 mm
268 kg
56 in
47 in
54 in
591 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
130 kg
200 lbs
260 lbs
2.1.12 Multi Hip
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1240 mm
1123 mm
1749 mm
312 kg
49 in
44 in
69 in
688 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
125 kg
200 lbs
250 lbs
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2.1.13 Pectoral
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1414 mm
1414 mm
1375 mm
305 kg
56 in
56 in
54 in
673 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
130 kg
200 lbs
260 lbs
2.1.14 Rear Delt Row
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1186 mm
1195 mm
1875 mm
240 kg
47 in
47 in
74 in
529 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
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100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.15 Rotary Torso
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1139 mm
1148 mm
1375 mm
212 kg
45 in
45 in
54 in
467 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
2.1.16 Shoulder Press
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1409 mm
1415 mm
1375 mm
234 kg
56 in
56 in
54 in
516 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
70 kg
100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.17 Squat
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
2156 mm
1122 mm
1950 mm
385 kg
85 in
44 in
77 in
849 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
130 kg
200 lbs
260 lbs
2.1.18 Total Abdominal
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1389 mm
1029 mm
1403 mm
211 kg
55 in
41 in
55 in
465 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
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100 kg
140 lbs
200 lbs
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2.1.19 Vertical Traction
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1415 mm
1428 mm
1868 mm
313 kg
56 in
56 in
74 in
690 lbs
WEIGHT STACK
Standard
Plus
100 kg
125 kg
200 lbs
250 lbs
2.1.20 AB Crunch
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1583 mm
903 mm
1014 mm
60 kg
62 in
36 in
40 in
132 lbs
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2.1.21 Crunch Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1436 mm
697 mm
1108 mm
44 kg
57 in
27 in
44 in
97 lbs
2.1.22 Inclined Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
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1896 mm
1267 mm
1528 mm
71 kg
75 in
50 in
60 in
157 lbs
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2.1.23 Lower Back Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1069 mm
757 mm
769 mm
36 kg
42 in
30 in
30 in
79 lbs
2.1.24 Horizontal Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1725 mm
1606 mm
1302 mm
59 kg
68 in
63 in
51 in
130 lbs
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2.1.25 Adjustable Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1198 mm
697 mm
1312 mm
36 kg
47 in
27 in
52 in
79 lbs
2.1.26 Scott Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
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1011 mm
780 mm
998 mm
41 kg
40 in
31 in
39 in
90 lbs
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2.1.27 Vertical Bench
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Length
Width
Height
Machine Weight
1197 mm
1606 mm
1776 mm
71 kg
47 in
63 in
70 in
157 lbs
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Wiring Diagrams
LCD Display
Patch
Conn.2
Patch
Conn.4
NIC-04
NIC-02
Patch
Conn.1
Patch
Conn.3
Patch
Conn.6
Patch
Conn.5
NIC-05
NIC-07
BATTERIES
(2x1.5V)
GENERATOR
NFC/TGS
J9
J2
J5
Fig. 1
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J1
ADDITIONAL WEIGHT
OPTICAL SENSOR
NIC-03
WEIGHT STACK
OPTICAL SENSORS BAR
NIC-01
NIC-06
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Cables
The colour of the cables can be changed, refer in particular to the Pin Out.
NIC-01: Auxiliary battery cable
Battery holder
Battery holder
(Battery holder – Patch conn. 1)
Signal
Colour
Red
Black
+ VDC
- VDC
Patch Conn. 1
1
2
NIC-02: Generator Cable
Patch Conn. 2
1
2
3
R Phase
S Phase
T Phase
(Patch Conn. 2 – Patch Conn. 3)
Signal
Colour
Brown
Red
Black
Patch Conn. 3
1
2
3
NIC-03: Generator Cable
Generator
1
2
3
R Phase
S Phase
T Phase
(Generator - Patch Conn. 3)
Signal
Colour
Brown
Red
Black
Patch Conn. 3
1
2
3
NIC-04: Weight Stack Optical Sensor Cable
Patch Conn. 4:
2
3
4
5
(Patch Conn. 4 – Patch Conn. 5)
Signal
Colour
3V3 Power Supply
Red
RX Signal
Brown
TX Signal
Yellow
Gnd.
Black
Patch Conn. 5:
1
2
3
4
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NIC-05: Weight Stack Optical Sensor Cable
(Weight Stack sensor bar – Patch Conn. 5)
Sensor bar
J2
2
3
4
5
Signal
3V3 Power Supply
RX Signal
TX Signal
Gnd.
Colour
Patch Conn. 5:
Red
Brown
Yellow
Black
1
2
3
4
NIC-06: Extra weight sensor cable
(Weight Stack sensor bar – Additional weight)
Sensor bar
J5
1
2
3
4
Signal
3V3 Power Supply
DET5 Signal
COM4 Signal
Gnd.
Colour
Additional
weight
Red
Brown
Yellow
Black
J1
1
2
3
4
NIC-07: NFC / TGS Cable
(NFC/TGS Board – Patch Conn. 7)
NFC board
J9
1
2
3
9
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Signal
3V3 Power Supply
RX Signal
TX Signal
Gnd.
Colour
Patch Conn. 7
Red
Brown
Yellow
Black
1
2
3
4
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OPERATING PRINCIPLES
3.1
Block diagram
The machine block diagram is illustrated in the figure below:
LCD Display
NFC/TGS
OPTICAL SENSOR
Additional Weight
GENERATOR
WOS (Weight Optical Sensor) Bar
BATTERIES
(2x1.5V)
Fig. 2
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Components
3.2.1 Display assembly
This is the assembly that includes the LCD and the main board that controls communications and
signals to all the components of the U-GO device:
1.
Generator;
2.
Weight stack optical sensor bar and extra weight;
3.
NFC/TGS;
4.
Auxiliary batteries.
There is a power storage battery on the main board to control recovery of power generated by the
movement of the levers during exercise performed by a user.
The LCD panel used is a 7” monochrome model and is not backlit, to limit energy consumption as
far as possible.
The assembly also integrates the cables for connection to the various components.
3.2.2 Generator
This is a three-phase generator connected to the movement of the equipment’s levers, sufficient to
generate the energy required to power all the components of the device, guaranteeing its operation.
The power supply signal sent to the main board is also used to display the ROM trend and the
direction of the movement.
3.2.3 Weight Stack Optical Sensor Bar and Additional Weight
This is an electronic board on which a series of optical sensors are installed. It is installed on the
extra weight slide bar, behind the weight stack, so that each sensor is located next to a weight plate
and can detect its presence.
The sensors detect the presence of the weight plates issuing an infra-red signal which is reflected
on a white sticker placed on the related weight plate, precisely opposite the sensor.
Another sensor is placed on the additional weight, which also has a white sticker, to detect whether
or not it is present during the workout.
The sensor signals are then sent to the main board to be processed and to display which weight has
been selected; they are also used to support the signal from the generator for correct display of the
ROM trend.
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3.2.3.1 NFC / TGS reader
This is the board that manages user data (pre-loaded workout, exercise data, etc.) by means of
devices such as TGS keys, MyWellness Key, or personal mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc).
3.2.3.2 Auxiliary Batteries
These are two 1.5 V “AA” non-rechargeable batteries, used to switch on the display when the energy accumulated is insufficient.
When the device is in stand-by mode the only power supply required is for a LED that flashes on
the display and indicates that the device is ready to operate
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3.3
Power Supply management
The U-GO device is powered by a three-phase generator connected to the movement of the levers.
This supplies the energy required for operation of the device during the workout performed by a
user and any energy in access of that required to keep the display lit up is accumulated by the main
board and used when the equipment is not moving.
The auxiliary batteries are used only if the energy accumulated runs out and the display is lit up
while the levers are not moving.
Energy consumption by the device is so low that the auxiliary batteries lose power very slowly
3.4
ROM and exercise weight display management
The power supply signal sent by the generator to the main board is also used to display the ROM
trend during the exercise, also indicating the correct direction of the movement.
If necessary, the signal sent by the weight stack sensor bar is used to support the generator signal.
Obviously, the signal sent by the optical sensor bar is used to show the weight actually lifted during the exercise on the display.
ATTENTION: The datum related to the selected weight is shown when the weight stack is actually lifted, in practice during the first
repetition of the series in progress..
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Transmission of the movement
The transmission of the movement and of the forces between user levers and weight stack during
the workout, is done through a system of cables, pulleys and transmission shaft. In particular, the
movement of the levers generates the weight stack lifting.
The machines, due to their mechanical configuration, can be separated into two main groups, one
with the weight stack and the other with the seat and levers. To easily carry divide the machine
avoiding to disconnect the cable from levers or weight stack, the transmission of the movement
between these 2 parties has been done via a transmission shaft connected to two pulleys on the 2
sides, on which are connected to the cables coming from weight stack and levers.
Fig. 3
In figure above you can see this solution, where is visible as the cable (green) it is connected to the
pulley on the “seat” side and to the weight stack pulley (blue). The pulleys are rigidly fixed to the
shaft that transmits motion from one side of the machine.
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Easy start system
The easy start system, present on some machines of the line, allow the user to start the workout in
a easily way.
The system consist of a lever in front of the seat, the user can push with the legs. As visible in the
figure below, the lever is connected to a chain (red, in the figure) which pass through the frame and
connected on the other end to a flexible cable (blue).
Fig. 4
When you push on the easy start lever, this pull the chain and the cable that move downward
the frame (red, in the figure below). The frame is connected to the weight stack cable and when it
moves downward, lift the weight stack up and unload the weight on the levers to easily start the
exercise.
Fig. 5
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4.
ACCESSORIES
4.1
Floor fixing brackets
There are available the barckets to fix the equipment to the floor, ordering tha code A0000652-#,
where you need to replace # with the correct colour suffix. The kit includes the assembly instructions sheet.
Fig. 6
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5.
MOVING AND INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT
5.1
Installation specifications and requirements
To correctly install and position the equipment:
1.
Place the equipment on a flat surface, where there are no vibrations and where the loading
bearing capacity is sufficient for the weight to be supported, also taking into consideration
the weight of the user.
2.
The area is not dusty or sandy.
3.
You have observed the temperature and humidity operating requirements indicated in paragraph: “2.3 Ambient specifications” a pagina 14.
Carry out the assembly operations indicated on the instruction sheet attached to each item of equipment.
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Lifting and moving the equipment
For each item of equipment, follow the instructions detailed below and the related notes.
ATTENTION: Moving and placing on the floor must be carried out with extreme care, because the
equipment may lose stability.
Once the equipment has been placed in its final position, the height of its feet can be adjusted to level it as
indicated in paragraph: “8.3 The equipment is not flat” a pagina 59.
Use a pallet truck or a fork-lift truck to lift the equipment, position the forks to the weight stack
side.
It is recommended to place some padded material between the frame and the lifting equipment.
Fig. 7
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WARNING: Due to its size and weight, this equipment cannot be moved by one person only.
Fig. 8
WARNING: When moving the equipment, do not exert pressure against the weight stack protective panel. Do not use the adjusting
lever or the support display arm, when trying to move the equipment. This could cause DAMAGE and instability.
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
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6.
TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1
LED Test
This is an automatic test that makes it possible to check the operation of the LCD, by lighting up
all the pixels.
To activate it, follow the instructions below:
1.
Switch on the device;
2.
Connect a powered USB Mini-B cable;
3.
Disconnect the cable from the device;
4.
Press the “Λ” and “V” keys together.
5.
When the test has been completed, press the “□” button to exit.
6.2
Weight Optical Sensors bar calibration
This is an automatic function that makes it possible to perform sensor bar calibration.
To perform the calibration, follow the instructions below:
1.
Access the Service Menu;
2.
Select “CONFIG MENU”;
3.
Select “CALIBRATION”;
4.
Press the “Confirm” button and wait for the test to finish.
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Display Spento
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
Display remains
No one is working
off when the levers
None
out.
are not moving
WHAT TO DO?
Device in stand-by mode.
Correct operation.
1. Check the wiring between the display and the
Display remains
Incorrect generator Generator/wiring/
generator and/or replace
off when the leinstallation
generator belt
the generator;
vers are moving
Display remains
off when the levers are moving
Display remains
off if I press a button
Display remains
off if I press a button
2. Generator belt tension.
Check that when a workout is
in progress the orange LED is
off and replace the display.
Faulty LCD.
Display
Faulty keyboard
Keyboard
Replace the display
Auxiliary
flat.
Auxiliary batteries.
Replace the batteries.
batteries
System
freeze
HW/SW problem.
with LCD on
1.
Disconnect the batteries.
2.
Wait 10-15 sec.
3.
Replace the batteries.
4.
Connect the batteries.
Display board / Au5.
xiliary batteries.
6.
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Check that the orange LED on the display
flashes.
If the problem persists,
repeat the procedure without replacing the batteries again.
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Flat Batteries
PROBLEM
“Flat battery” icon Auxiliary
on the display
flat
6.5
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
POSSIBLE CAUSE
batteries
Auxiliary batteries
Replace the batteries
Display does not show the ROM trend
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
No ROM bar on
Incorrect generator
the display during
Generator/wiring
installation
workout
No ROM bar on
Incorrect generator
Generator belt
the display during
installation
workout
6.6
WHAT TO DO?
WHAT TO DO?
1.
Check generator cable
connection to the display.
2.
Replace the cables.
3.
1.
Replace the generator.
Check the generator belt
tension.
2.
Tighten belt tension.
Impossible to update the weight stack sensor board FW
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
WHAT TO DO?
1.
Check wiring.
2.
Start FW upgrade from
the Service menu.
3.
Replace wiring.
Defective connection
Sensor bar and wi- 4.
FW download fails or sensor bar incorring
rectly programmed
5.
Start FW upgrade from
the Service menu.
Replace sensor bar.
6.
Start FW upgrade from
the Service menu.
7.
Sensor bar calibration.
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Display does not show/incorrectly shows weight stack weight
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
WHAT TO DO?
Select only top plate and check
that weight is shown:
1.
Check the wiring connecting the display to the
sensor bar.
Select only top plate and check
No communication
that weight is shown:
or incorrect commu- Display, sensor bar,
No weight shown
1. Upgrade weight stack
nication between di- wiring.
sensor bar FW from the
splay and sensor bar.
Service menu.
2.
Replace wiring.
3.
Replace sensor bar and
calibrate.
4. Replace the display.
Select only top plate and check
that weight is shown:
Weight stack labels
Weight stack labels, 1.
incorrectly positiosensor bar.
ned or missing.
Incorrect weight
shown
(higher
than weight lifted)
Incorrect SW confiDisplay/sensor bar
guration
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Check presence and position of the labels on the
weight stack plates.
2.
1.
Replace sensor bar.
Correctly configure “Machine ID” and “Weight
stack type”
2.
Perform weight stack sensor bar calibration
3.
Replace sensor bar and
calibrate.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
Incorrect weight
Incorrect SW confishown (lower than
Display/sensor bar
guration
weight lifted)
WHAT TO DO?
1.
Correctly configure “Machine ID” and “Weight
stack type”
2.
Perform weight stack sensor bar calibration
3.
Incorrect
shown
weight
Sensor bar too dirty. Sensor bar.
Sensor bar not caliSensor bar, display.
brated.
Display shows “-- Incorrect SW confiDisplay/sensor bar
-,-“
guration
6.8
Replace sensor bar and
calibrate.
Check that the sensor bar is not
too dirty with oil and dust residues on the sensors. Clean if
necessary and/or replace.
Calibrate
menu.
from
the
Service
1.
Correctly configure “Machine ID” and “Weight
stack type”
2.
Perform weight stack sensor bar calibration
3.
Replace sensor bar and
calibrate.
The device does not recognise the user
PROBLEM
When you move
the TGS device/
MyWellness Key/
mobile device close to the device it
does not recognise
the user
POSSIBLE CAUSE
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
NFC/TGS board installed in an incor- NFC/TGS board.
rect position.
WHAT TO DO?
Position the NFC/TGS board
correctly.
Defective TGS device TGS device / MyWellTry using a different device.
/ MyWellness Key.
ness Key.
Defective NFC/TGS
NFC Board.
board.
Replace the NFC Board.
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Device Errors Dispositivo
PROBLEM
none
WS FW fail
COMPONENTS
INVOLVED
POSSIBLE CAUSE
This is the factory
setting for errors in positions E02..E10
WHAT TO DO?
1.
Weight stack sensor
sensor board firmwaboard/SW corrupt/
re upgrade failed
Connecting cables
2.
External
memory
chip problem with
machine configuration, life timer and
error log data.
NVRam Reset
TGS disconn.
(NOTE: This is the
first error detected
at the beginning of Main board
the product’s life,
when the chip has
not been initialised:
in other words it is
the value of E01 at
the beginning of the
product’s life)
Sudden disconnecNFC board/TGS key
tion of the TGS key
TGS bad format
Illegible TGS key
MWK disconn.
Sudden MWK
sconnection
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TGS key
di-
Check cables and perform
FW upgrade from Service
Menu
Replace weight stack sensor board
Replace the main board
1.
Check that TGS key is
correctly inserted
2.
Replace NFC Board
TGS key
1.
Check that TGS device is
correctly inserted
2.
Replace NFC Board
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HOW TO REMOVE...
7.1
Display Group
7.2
Lettore TGS/NFC
2
2
1
1
Fig. 13
Fig. 11
1.
Unscrew the grub screw (1) using a 2.5mm
hexagonal wrench.
2.
Remove thne rear cover (2).
1.
Unscrew the 2 screws (1) using a 2.5mm
hexagonal wrench.
2.
Remove the plastic box (2) which contains
NFC/TGS from the machine frame.
Warning: Carefully remove the plastic box which contains
NFC/TGS because you need first to disconnect the cable
from the electronic board.
3
Fig. 12
3.
Pull out the cable from the support frame
tubeand disconnect the 4 connectors highlighted in the above figure.
Fig. 14
4.
Unscrew the 4 screws which are fixing the
display group, using a medium Phillips
screwdriver.
3.
Disconnect the cable highlighted in the
picture at the side, which connect the
NFC/TGS board to the display board.
5.
Remove the display group.
4.
Remove the NFC/TGS board from its housing using a small flat screwdriver.
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7.3
Weight Optical Sensor (WOS)
1
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
Warning: when you reassemble the NFC/TGS board take
care to position it correctly in its plastic box, respecting
the slot in the board and the pin in the plastic box, as highlighted in the figure.
1.
Remove the rear casing (4 screws using a
4mm hexagonal wrench).
2.
Dsiconnect the connectors highlighted in
the figure, from the WOS.
3.
Unscrew the 2 screws (1) which are fixing
the WOS on the additional weight support
guide, using a small Phillips screwdriver.
Fig. 17
4.
Pull out the WOS from the additional
weight support guide.
Warning, be careful during the reassembly to not damage
the WOS.
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ADDITIONAL WEIGHT SENSOR
7.4
Generator and Belt
1
1
2
Fig. 19
Fig. 18
5.
Unscrew the 2 screws (2) using a 3mm hexagonal wrench.
6.
Disconnect the cable from the sensor board and remove the sensor.
1.
Remove the rear casing (4 screws using a
4mm hexagonal wrench).
2.
Decrease the generator belt tension, backing off the 4 screws (1) using a 5mm hexagonal wrench.
3.
Remove the belt.
GENERATOR
Warning: whenever the WOS is replaced it is mandatory
to run a SW upgrade of the WOS and run the calibration
procedure, as detailed in the relevant chapter of this manual.
1
1
Fig. 20
4.
Disconnect the cable from the generator.
5.
Unscrew the 4 screws (1) using a 5mm hexagonal wrench and remove the generator.
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8.
ADJUSTMENTS
8.1
Weight Stack Optical Sensors Position
Fig. 21
Place the Weight Optical Sensors (WOS) so that the sensors are perfectly aligned with the white
stickers on the rear side of the weight plate, as visible in the above figure.
Warning: to correctly position the WOS you can use a little plate or a plastic card (indicated by the red arrow in fihure above)
putting it under the weight stack and resting the WOS on it, too.
Warning: whenever the WOS is replaced it is mandatory to run a SW upgrade of the WOS and run the calibration
detailed in the relevant chapter of this manual.
procedure, as
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Generator belt tension
1
1
Fig. 22
1.
Losen the 4 screws (1) which fix the generator on the frame and move it on the eyelets to
adjust the tension of the belt. Check that moving the levers, the belt does not slip on the pulleys.
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8.3
The equipment is not flat
The equipment is levelled by adjusting the foot (A)
Fig. 23
1.
Losen the locknut (B).
2.
Screw or unscrew the foot (A) until the frame is stable.
3.
After adjusting, tight the locknut (B).
In the following pictures, the arrows point the adjusting feet on the equipment.
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9.
CONFIGURING THE EQUIPMENT: U-GO
9.1
Configuring the USER MENU
Fig. 24
The equipment configuration procedure can be activated when the equipment is on, by pressing
the “Λ” and “V” keys at the same time for a few seconds. The display will show:
0000
To access the menu, you must enter the password 2406 and press the CONFIRM button to confirm. Enter this password by changing one figure at a time, using the Λ and V keys to increase or
decrease it. Confirm and go on to the next figure by pressing CONFIRM. By pressing the STOP
button you can go back to the previous figure. If you press and hold the STOP button for a couple
of seconds, you exit the password entry screen.
At this point, the display will show the following parameters in sequence:
LANGUAGE
UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
MOVES
NFC MESSAGES
Use the CONFIRM button to scroll from one parameter to another saving any data that has been
changed and the Λ and V keys to change each parameter setting. To cancel the operation, press on
the STOP button for a few seconds.
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9.1.1 LANGUAGE
When a language has been chosen from the list of available languages, all the messages on the
display and the menu items are shown in the selected language. To change the setting, when the
display shows the current setting:
LANGUAGE: xxx
Press the Λ and V keys to select the desired language from the available options:
it
Italian
UK eng UK English
US eng US English
fr
de
nl
French
German
Dutch
es
pt
jp
Spanish
Portuguese
Japanese
ru
da
tr
Russian
Danish
Turkish
nv
sv
fi
Norwegian
Swedish
Finnish
9.1.2 UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
You can choose between the EUROPEAN system Kilograms (Kg) and the AMERICAN system
Pounds (lb).
To change the setting, when the display shows the current setting:
MEASUREMENT : xxx
Press the Λ and V to select the desired unit of measurement from the options in the table below:
KG
LB
Kilograms
Pounds
9.1.3 MOVES
This option allows you to enable/disable the assessment screen with motivating messages and
Moves.
To change the setting, when the display shows the current setting:
MOVES : xxx
Press the Λ and V to select the desired setting from the options shown in the table below:
YES
NO
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9.1.4 NFC MESSAGES
This option allows you to enable/disable a number of messages at the beginning of each workout,
linked to use of the NFC board.
To change the setting, when the display shows the current setting:
NFC messages: xxx
Press the Λ and V to select the desired setting from the options shown in the table below:
YES
NO
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Configuring the SERVICE MENU
Fig. 25
The equipment configuration procedure can be activated when the equipment is on, by pressing
the “Λ” and “V” keys at the same time for a few seconds. The display will show:
0000
To access the menu, you must enter the password 2501 and press the CONFIRM button to confirm. Enter this password by changing one figure at a time, using the Λ and V keys to increase or
decrease it. Confirm and go on to the next figure by pressing CONFIRM. By pressing the STOP
button you can go back to the previous figure. If you press and hold the STOP button for a couple
of seconds, you exit the password entry screen.
At this point, the display will show the following messages:
up = CONFIG MENU
down = FW VERSIONS
confirm = DATA LOG
stop = ERR LOG
Where “up”, “down”, “confirm” and “stop” refer to the 4 buttons on the device. Press the desired
button to access the various areas of the menu. To cancel the operation, press on the STOP button
for a few seconds.
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9.3
CONFIG MENÙ
The display will show the following messages:
up = PARAMETERS
down = CALIBRATION
Press the desired button to access the various areas of the menu. Press the STOP button to go back
to the higher level.
9.3.1 PARAMETERS
The display will show the following settings in sequence:
ID
Pacer ret (%)
Timeout-SC (s)
Optical ROM enable
ROM init (cm)
T. ratio (/100)
Machine Setting
ROM exc (cm)
Std settings?
W. stack type
LCD contrast
Pacer (cm/s)
Timeout-EOS (s)
Press the Λ and V buttons to change the setting. Press “confirm” to confirm and go on to the next
parameter or press “stop” to exit and go back to the higher level.
9.3.2 CALIBRATION
The display will show the following message:
OK to calibrate
Press “confirm” to start calibrating the Weight Stack Optical Sensors Bar. Press the stop button to
exit and go back to the higher level.
If the procedure is successfully completed, the “DONE” message will appear, if not the “FAILED”
message will appear.
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9.3.3 FIRMWARE VERSION
The display will show the firmware versions of the various components in the sequence shown
below:
Appcode v [xx]
WOS local v [xx]
WOS remote v [xx]
upgrade WOS?
Press the Λ and V buttons to scroll through the parameters.
To upgrade the firmware of the Weight Stack Optical Sensor Bar, press “confirm” when the following message is shown:
upgrade WOS?
During the upgrading the display will show the “Upgrading WOS” message. If the procedure is
successfully completed, the “DONE” message will appear, if not the “FAILED” message will appear.
Press the stop button to exit and go back to the higher level.
9.3.4 DATA LOG
The display will show the following list of parameters with the related settings:
Vbatt (V)
ON time
WS users
CAP time (m)
Sets
Reps time (m)
Reps
Clear data log?
Weight
Press the Λ and V buttons to scroll through the parameters.
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Press the “confirm” button for a few seconds to reset each parameter setting to zero. Press the “confirm” button when the following message is shown:
Clear data log?
To reset all the parameter settings to zero. Press the STOP button to go back to the higher level.
9.3.5 ERROR LOG
The display will show a list of the last 10 Errors logged:
[E01]
…
[E10]
Clear error log?
Press the Λ and V buttons to scroll through the errors.
Press the “confirm” button when the following message is shown:
Clear error log?
To reset all the settings to zero. Press the STOP button to go back to the higher level.
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10. SW UPGRADE
10.1 Upgrading the device
Upgrading of the device must be performed using the Equipment Software Loader 2 (ESL2), (vers.
1.1.0.0 and DB vers. 2.1.0.0).
Warning: Do not connect a PC to the device when it is on. If you do the device will go into a test mode used only for release diagnosis.
To exit this mode, press the “Λ” and “V” buttons at the same time; this will cause the LCD test to start lighting up all the pixels to
check operation
Proceed as detailed below:
1.
Connect a PC to the device using a “USB Mini-B” cable, with the device switched off.
2.
Start the SW ESL2. Select the device and follow the instructions. When loading is completed,
the ESL2 will show this message: “Software correctly loaded”.
3.
When upgrading has been completed, disconnect the USB cable and press a button.
▪▪
If you need to upgrade the weight stack optical sensor board, the upgrade will start automatically and while the firmware is being upgraded the “Upgrade FW” message will
be shown. When the downloading operation has been completed, a message tells the
user whether the download has been successful or has failed. If it has failed, automatic
upgrading can be started twice more.
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If the weight stack sensor board is already upgraded, the device returns to operating
mode.
10.2 Upgrading Peripherals
The weight stack sensor board can be upgraded in two different ways:
1.
AUTOMATICALLY at the end of upgrading of the device. Only when necessary, because it
has not been upgraded (see detailed procedure in the paragraph on “Upgrading the device”).
2.
MANUALLY from the Service menu, by accessing the section:
“Firmware version” --> “Upgrade WOS?”
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11. PLANNED MAINTENANCE
To keep the equipment perfectly efficient, planned maintenance work must be periodically performed to prevent possible problems. The operations can be divided essentially according to the
type of work and to the staff who must do it:
ROUTINE maintenance
ROUTINE maintenance operations can be performed by the owner of the machine and do not
require any particular technical expertise;
they are simple operations regarding external
cleaning, for the purposes of observing good hygiene practices.
Refer to the USER manual.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE:
No specialisation.
MAJOR maintenance
MAJOR maintenance means operations that can
only be performed by a Qualified Technician
specially trained by Technogym; authorised to carry out fine tuning and start-up of the
equipment, maintenance and repair work, testing
of operation and wear of the mechanical parts in
order to ensure perfect and safe operation of the
equipment.
Refer to the PLANNED MAINTENANCE manual,
which can be downloaded from TG DIRECT.
MAJOR MAINTENANCE:
Qualified Technician authorised by
Technogym and maintenance envisaged in
the preventive maintenance contract.
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12. TOOLS TO BE USED
The following tools are required to carry out all the fitting, adjustment and maintenance tasks on
the equipment:
•
Medium-sized Phillips screwdriver;
•
Small flat screwdriver;
•
2,5 mm hex key;
•
3mm hex key;
•
4mm hex key;
•
5mm hex key;
•
6mm hex key;
•
Torque wrench.
Using the code R0003677AA, you can order a set of 7 hex keys with the following sizes: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 and
8 mm.
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