Cateye MSC Download Kit Instruction manual

Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the CATEYE Q3a Multi-Sport Computer.
The Q3a is a wristwatch heart rate monitor with additional cyclocomputer features to
allow athletes to extensively organize and analyze their training data.
2.4 GHz-frequency digital wireless technology, the same technology used for everyday
equipment such as wireless network is used for both the integrated cadence/speed
sensor and the heart rate sensor. This technology practically eliminates all interference
from external noise and cross-talk with other wireless users, providing you with
stress-free riding.
Read this instruction manual thoroughly and understand the functions of the wristwatch
before using it. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Important
• Always follow the instructions that are marked with “ Warning!!!”.
• No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted without the prior written
permission of CatEye Co., Ltd.
• The contents and illustrations in this manual are subject to change without notice.
• If you have any questions or concerns about this manual, please contact CatEye
at www.cateye.com.
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About the manuals
Before use
See this section for installation of the unit on the bicycle, use of the heart rate
sensor, wristwatch set-up, and the basic operation of the product.
• Bicycle Installation...........................................See page 10-12
• Heart rate sensor.............................................See page 13
• Wristwatch set-up. ..........................................See page 14-21
• Basic wristwatch operation..............................See page 22-23
Clock mode (CLOCK)
See this section to learn how to operate the Clock mode functions.
• Alarm clock......................................................See page 24
Sports mode (SPORTS)
See this section to learn how to operate the wristwatch functions.
• Display data in Sports mode............................See page 28-29
Option mode (OPTION)
See this section to learn how to operate the training functions frequently used in Sports
mode (countdown and interval functions), and how to set the HR target zone.
• Training functions............................................See page 32-35
• Setting the target heart rate zones...................See page 37-38
Data mode (DATA)
See this section to review and manage the recorded files.
• Recorded data review (File view).....................See page 40-45 “File view”
• Download recorded data to PC (PC link)..........See page 45-47 “PC link”
Setup mode (SETUP)
See this section to change the wristwatch configuration.
• Changing the wristwatch configuration. ..........See page 49-60
About the CD-ROM supplied
The CD-ROM supplied contains the following information.
• Quick start manual (PDF file)
Installing the unit on the bicycle and setting up the wristwatch are described
using video.
• Download software “e-Train Data™ (Windows version)”
This software is used to transfer the measurement data to your personal computer, and then use various functions on the PC, such as a graph display (The
optional “USB communication kit” is required).
• Instruction manual (PDF file)
This manual can be viewed in PDF file (7 languages).
Use the CD-ROM in combination with this manual.
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Contents
Introduction..........................1
About the manuals..................2
Proper use of the CatEye Q3a.....5
Important.............................6
Description of wristwatch and
its parts...............................8
Wristwatch..................................8
Accessories................................8
Screen display......................9
Bicycle Installation............... 10
Mount the speed sensor and
magnet......................................10
Install the wristwatch onto
the handlebar............................12
Heart rate sensor................. 13
Before wearing the heart rate
sensor.......................................13
Wearing the heart rate sensor....13
Preparing the wristwatch........ 14
Removing the insulation sheet....14
Restarting.................................14
Setting the clock/date...............15
Switching to the Setup mode....16
Tire circumference input...........16
Selecting measurement unit.....18
Switching to the Sports mode....18
Operation test...........................19
Formatting/Restarting
operation..................................21
Basic operation of the
wristwatch......................... 22
Switching between modes........22
Backlight...................................23
Power-saving mode..................23
Transmission sleep mode.........23
Saving the power of the
wristwatch................................23
Clock mode (CLOCK)............. 24
Functions in Clock mode...........24
Display data in Clock mode.......24
Alarm clock mode.....................24
Sports mode (SPORTS).......... 25
Function in Sports mode...........25
Upper and middle display data....25
Lower display data....................26
Starting/Stopping
measurement............................26
Resetting the measurement
data and saving the files...........27
Display data in Sports mode.....28
Pace function............................30
Lap function..............................30
Training function.......................32
Target heart rate zone...............35
Option mode (OPTION)........... 36
Function in Option mode...........36
Setting the training function.....36
Setting the target heart rate
zones........................................37
Data mode (DATA)................ 39
Function in Data mode..............39
File view....................................40
PC link......................................45
Past records.............................47
Setup mode (SETUP)............. 49
Function in Setup mode............49
Setting the clock/date...............50
Setting the alarm clock.............51
Setting the tire circumference....52
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Searching for sensor ID............53
Setting the measurement unit....55
Setting the record interval.........56
Total trip distance/total
elapsed time entry....................57
Setting the auto-mode..............58
Setting sound...........................59
Correcting the sea level altitude....60
Basic knowledge of the
altitude measurement............ 61
Altitude measurement function....61
Relation between the altitude
and atmospheric pressure........62
Knowledge related to weather
and altitude...............................62
Heart rate training................ 63
Target heart rate zone...............63
Training for competition...........66
Use of the target zone...............67
Trouble shooting.................. 68
Trouble on display....................68
Trouble on operation................70
Water resistance of the
wristwatch......................... 71
Before aquatic and outdoor
activities....................................71
Replacing battery................. 71
Wristwatch................................72
Heart rate sensor......................72
Speed sensor............................72
Maintenance....................... 73
Spare accessories................ 73
Flow of the screen................ 74
Specifications..................... 76
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Registration....................... 78
Limited warranty.................. 78
Index................................ 79
Proper use of the CatEye Q3a
Please follow the following instructions for safe usage.
The meaning of icons in this manual:
Warning!!!: Sections marked with these icons are critical for safe use of the
device. Be sure to follow these instructions.
Caution:
Important cautionary notes on the use and operation of the Q3a.
*
Helpful tips are highlighted with asterisks.
The meaning of color on the screen in this manual:
Red:
Black/gray:
Indicates the displayed data is flashing.
Indicates the displayed data is on.
Warning!!!:
• Pace maker users should never use this device.
• Cycling can be a dangerous sport. Always remember to pay attention to the road,
traffic, and surroundings.
• The altitude data of this unit is for reference only. Do not use this unit as an
instrument for professional purposes.
• Do not leave any battery within the reach of children, and dispose of them correctly. If a battery is swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
Caution:
• Regularly check the positions of the magnets and the speed/cadence sensors and
make sure that they are securely mounted. If loose, tighten firmly to avoid falling
and damage.
• Avoid leaving the unit in direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
A temperature sensor built inside the wristwatch to calculate the altitude may be
affected from excessive heat, causing inaccurate display of temperature.
• Do not disassemble the wristwatch, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor.
• Do not subject the wristwatch, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor to strong impact;
take care also to prevent any of them from falling.
• Do not use paint thinner or rubbing alcohol to clean the unit. Use a damp cloth and
use mild detergent if necessary.
• Stop using the unit if you have skin irritation with the HR strap or electrode pad.
• Do not twist or pull strongly the heart rate sensor.
• The heart rate sensor may deteriorate due to long-term use. Replace the heart rate
sensor if it has frequent measurement errors.
• As a nature of liquid crystal displays, sunglasses with polarized lens may block the
visibility.
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Important
2.4 GHz digital wireless system
2.4 GHz-frequency digital wireless technology, which is the same technology used for
wireless LAN, is used for both the integrated speed/cadence sensor and the heart rate
sensor. This technology practically eliminates interference from external noise and
cross-talk with other wireless computer users, and enables you to store highly reliable
data. However, in a very rare occasions, objects and places may generate strong
electromagnetic waves and interference, which may result in incorrect measurement.
The following are potential sources of interference:
*Should be especially careful while synchronizing the sensor ID.
• TV, PC, radios, motors/engines, or in cars and trains.
• Railroad crossings and near railway tracks, around television transmitting stations
and radar bases.
• Other wireless computers or digitally controlled lights.
Altitude measurement
The altitude is determined by detecting the change in atmospheric pressure using a
pressure sensor built in the wristwatch, which is then converted into elevation. For
this reason, the measurements may change even at the same location depending on
the change in atmospheric pressure caused by weather conditions. In addition, note
that there is a change of about 30 to 40 m during the early morning through the
evening even in stable weather. This unit may indicate incorrect measurements in the
following locations and/or environments.
• When the atmospheric pressure and/or temperature change(s) significantly due to
rapid weather change.
• In a location where pressure is controlled, such as in an airplane.
• The altitude measurement may change temporarily when the temperature changes
suddenly, such as in cases of going outside from an indoor room. It will return to
the normal value after a while.
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Automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID
The speed sensor has its own ID, and the wristwatch measures in synchronization
with the ID. Two speed sensor IDs can be registered to one wristwatch, which can
automatically identify the 2 speed sensors once their IDs are registered in advance.
As a tire circumference is set to the speed sensor ID, wheel selection by manual operation is no longer required, which was necessary with conventional units.
*The speed sensor currently recognized is indicated with a sensor icon ( or
)
on the screen.
Procedure of automatic recognition
When the wristwatch changes to the Clock mode by its power-saving function, and
then returns to the Sports mode, automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID is
performed through the following procedure.
1.The wristwatch searches a sensor signal from the speed sensor ID-1.
2.When the wristwatch receives a sensor signal from ID-1, it displays sensor icon
on the screen, and starts measurement.
When the wristwatch cannot receive any sensor signal from ID-1, it searches a
sensor signal from ID-2.
3.When the wristwatch receives a sensor signal from ID-2, it displays sensor icon
on the screen, and starts measurement.
When the wristwatch cannot receive any sensor signal from ID-2, it searches a
sensor signal from ID-1 again.
The wristwatch repeats synchronization through the procedure described above
even if it fails in synchronization for some reason, such as communication failure;
in such cases however, it takes time for recognition.
*When the wristwatch cannot receive any signal from the speed sensor in 5
minutes, the power-saving mode is activated, and the wristwatch changes to the
Clock mode.
Switching the ID by manual operation
The speed sensor ID can be forcibly switched by manual operation from “Setting the
tire circumference” in the Setup mode. Use this operation in the following cases.
• When the wristwatch cannot recognize the intended sensor signal, since the 2
registered speed sensors are nearby and both are sending a sensor signal.
• When you want to switch the speed sensor ID immediately.
*Once you switch the speed sensor ID by manual operation, the wristwatch
continues to search only the speed sensor ID you switched when returning to
the Sports mode. When the wristwatch cannot receive any sensor signal in 5
minutes, the power-saving mode is activated, and the wristwatch changes to the
Clock mode. The wristwatch searches through the procedure of automatic recognition when it returns to the Sports mode.
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Description of wristwatch and its parts
Wristwatch
Mode-1/+ button *
(MODE1)
Menu/enter button
(MENU)
Start/stop/
select button (SSS)
Mode-2/- button *
(MODE2)
Lap button (LAP)
Pressure sensor
*Pressing and holding the MODE1 or
MODE2 button lights up the backlight
(Except in Setup mode).
Battery cover
Serial number
Belt
Accessories
Wheel magnet
Cadence magnet
Bracket
(for handlebar-mount)
Speed sensor
(SPEED/CADENCE)
Heart rate sensor
Nylon ties (x7)
*See page 2 for the CD-ROM contents.
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CD-ROM
HR strap
This manual
Screen display
Speed pace arrow (upper display)
The pace arrows show whether the current speed is faster
( ) or slower ( ) than the average speed.
Upper data display
Upper selected mode icon
Indicates the measurement data currently displayed in the
upper data display.
Lower selected mode icon/unit
Indicates the unit along with the data currently displayed in
the lower data display.
Lower data display
Heart rate pace arrow (middle display)
The pace arrows show whether the current heart rate is
faster ( ) or slower ( ) than the average heart rate.
Icon
km/h mph
ft m
bpm
AM PM
LAP
%
Description
Sensor icon
Displays the speed sensor currently synchronized.
Speed unit
Flashes while the measurement (counting the elapsed time).
Altitude unit
Flashes while the measurement (counting the elapsed time).
Alarm clock
Lights up when the alarm clock is on.
Speed/Cadence sensor signal
Indicate Speed/Cadence sensor signal status. (page 23)
Heart rate sensor signal
Indicate Heart rate sensor signal status. (page 23)
Target zone
Lights up when the target zone is on, and flashes when it is out of the zone.
Low battery alarm
Flashes when the battery of the wristwatch needs replacing with a new one.
Heart rate unit
AM/PM display (lights up when using the 12-hour system)
Lap indicator
Lights up while the lap data is displayed.
Auto-mode
Lights up when the auto-mode function is on.
Slope angle, zone, memory point utilization
Alarm
Lights up when the HR alarm sound feature is turned on.
Button navigation
Indicates the buttons available while setting up
the wristwatch, or on the Setup screen.
MODE1
MODE2
SSS
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Bicycle Installation
1 Mount the speed sensor and magnet
Wheel magnet
Speed sensor
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Cadence magnet
1-1.Lightly secure the speed sensor
Speed sensor
Locate the speed sensor on the left (non-drive
side) chain stay as shown above, and loosely
secure it with the nylon ties.
*Do not tighten the nylon ties completely at
this stage. Once a nylon tie is tightened, it
cannot be pulled out.
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Nylon ties
Left chain stay
1-2.Mount the magnet
1. Pre-Install the
the set screws both on the
wheel magnet
SPEED side and CADENCE side of the
speed sensor, and turn the sensor to the
3. Set screw on the
angle as shown on the right.
CADENCE side
2.Temporarily secure the wheel magnet to
the spoke so that it faces the sensor zone Sensor zone �
on the SPEED side.
3. Temporarily secure the cadence magnet inside the crank with nylon ties, so that it faces
the sensor zone on the CADENCE side.
*Two magnets maybe stuck together inside
Sensor zone
the package, and appear as one magnet.
2. Set screw on the SPEED side
1.Loosen
Before use
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3.Pre-install the
cadence magnet
Nylon ties
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*When the speed sensor is not positioned properly in respect to the two
magnets (in both Steps 2 and 3), move the speed sensor back and forth so
that it is positioned properly. After you move the speed sensor, adjust the
position so that the two magnets face the relevant sensor zone.
4.After adjustment, tighten the nylon ties firmly to secure the speed sensor.
1-3.Adjust the distance to the magnet
1.Adjust
the distance between the wheel
magnet and the SPEED side of the speed
sensor to be about 3 mm. After adjustment,
tighten the set screw on the SPEED side.
2. Adjust the distance between the cadence
magnet and the CADENCE side of the speed
sensor to be about 3 mm. After adjustment,
tighten the set screw on the CADENCE side.
*For steel axle pedals, the cadence magnet can
be installed onto the end face of the pedal
axle. Make sure to remove the double-sided
tape from the magnet when doing this.
About 3 mm
SPEED
CADENCE
Wheel
magnet
About 3 mm
Cadence magnet
1-4.Securing various parts
Speed/Cadence sensor nylon ties
Speed and Cadence sensor screws
Wheel magnet screw
Cadence magnet
Cut extra length of the
nylon tie with scissors.
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Before use
Tighten the speed sensor, set screw, and magnet firmly, and check for any looseness.
2 Install the wristwatch onto the handlebar
Install the wristwatch to the handlebar with a bracket.
1.Check the correct direction of the bracket, and attach it to the handlebar.
Attach the bracket in the correct direction according to the handlebar size,
and fix it using nylon ties.
Bracket
Nylon ties
Front
1
Bracket
Handlebar
Nylon ties
2
Standard handlebar
Front
Oversize bar
Handlebar
Front
Cut extra length of the
nylon tie with scissors.
*Put the nylon ties through the bracket
before you attach it to the handlebar.
2.Wrap the wristwatch around the bracket.
Before use
Firmly fasten the belt so that the wristwatch will not come off.
Wristwatch
Front
Handlebar
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Belt
Heart rate sensor
Heart rate is measured when the heart rate sensor is worn on the chest.
Before wearing the heart rate sensor
Warning!!!: This product must NOT be used by those who have a pacemaker.
• To avoid measurement errors, it is recommended to moisten the electrode pads
with water.
• If your skin is ultra-sensitive, the electrode pad may be moistened with water and
worn over a thin undershirt.
• Chest hair may interfere with the measurement.
Heart rate sensor
HR strap
Wearing the heart rate sensor
1.Insert the HR strap hook to the hole on the heart rate sensor until it clicks.
2.Wear the heart rate sensor with the HR strap, and adjust the length of the HR strap
to fit your chest size (under bust). Fastening the strap too tightly may cause discomfort.
3.Insert the HR strap hook to the other hole on the heart rate sensor until it clicks.
4. For removal, hold near the hole on the heart rate sensor and the hook, and twist off.
Heart rate sensor
Electrode pad
*Ensure that the rubber part of the electrode pad is in direct contact with the body.
*Wearing the heart rate sensor when your skin is dry or on top of your undershirt may produce
measurement errors. To avoid errors, moisten the rubber part of the electrode pad.
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Before use
Hook
Preparing the wristwatch
Wristwatch's basic items must be set up before using it.
Removing the insulation sheet
Battery cover
Open
When you use the unit for the first time after purchasClose
ing, remove the insulation sheet under the battery.
Open position
1Open the battery cover of the wristwatch Inner cover
using a coin, etc.
2Turn the inner cover to the open position
using a coin, remove this, and remove the
CR2430
insulation sheet under the battery.
Tab
*Do not turn the inner cover excessively.
Closed position
Otherwise, the tab may be damaged.
Pin
3Replace the battery, and turn the inner
cover to the closed position. Check that
the cut-out portion of the inner cover
faces the pin, and the 2 tabs are fixed. Insulation sheet Cut-out portion
4Press the AC button beside the inner
Pin
cover using a tool with a pointed tip.
5Check that an o-ring is installed to the
O-ring
groove on the wristwatch, and firmly
AC button
close the battery cover.
1 Restarting
When using the unit for the first time after purchasing, or after replacing batteries,
restart the wristwatch to make it work properly.
*The wristwatch and each sensor ID have been checked at the factory.
1.Simultaneously press and hold the MENU, SSS, MODE1, and MODE2 buttons
on the wristwatch for about 4 seconds.
“FACTORY DEFAULT” is displayed.
Before use
MENU
SSS
MODE1
(Simultaneously
MODE2
press)
*When “FACTORY DEFAULT” is not displayed on the screen, the button operation has not been completed properly. Simultaneously press and hold the
4 buttons again until the display changes.
2.Select “NO”.
When “NO” is displayed on the screen, confirm with the
SSS button.
The backlight of the display lights up and a buzzer sounds,
then the display is switched to the clock/date setting screen.
Proceed to the next set-up item, “Setting the clock/date”.
YES ↔ NO :
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MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
Restarting
Formatting
*Select “YES” by pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button for
the formatting operation. As the formatting operation deletes all data, select “NO” for the restarting operation. See
“Formatting/Restarting operation” on page 21 for differences between the formatting and restarting operations.
*The restarting operation will be cancelled if no button has ben
pushed for 3 minutes and the wristwatch will enter the Clock screen automatically.
In this case, press the 4 buttons simultaneously and do the restart operation again.
2 Setting the clock/date
Set the current time and date.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number quickly.
1.Select the clock display format.
Select “24h (24 hour)” or “12h (12 hour)” pressing the MODE1 Display format
or MODE2 buttons, and confirm with the SSS button.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
24h ↔ 12h :
Confirm :
SSS
2.Enter the “Hour” and “Minute”.
Enter the “Hour” pressing the MODE1 to increase, and MODE2
button to decrease the flashing value, confirm with the SSS
button, and then enter the “Minute” in the same way.
Edit value :
MODE1
MODE2
(or)
Confirm :
Hour
SSS
Minute
3.Select the date display format.
Select the date display format from YY.MM.DD (Year/
Month/Day), DD.MM.YY (Day/Month/Year) , and
MM.DD.YY (Month/Day/Year) pressing the MODE1 or
MODE2 buttons, and confirm with the SSS button.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
Display format
SSS
Before use
Switch the display :
4.Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day”.
Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day” in the display order
selected in Step 3 using the MODE1 to increase, and MODE2
button to decrease the flashing value, and confirm with the
SSS button. For “Year”, enter the last 2 digits of the year.
Edit value :
MODE1
MODE2
(or)
Confirm :
YY/MM/DD
SSS
5. After you set the clock/date, press the MENU button to com-
plete the restarting operation, and switch to the Clock mode.
To Clock mode (setup is completed):
MENU
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3 Switching to the Setup mode
Switch the wristwatch from the Clock mode to the Setup mode, and set the tire
circumference and the measurement unit.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode to
display “SETUP MENU” on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
*Unless you perform an operation in the Setup mode within 3 minutes, it
returns to the Clock mode. In such cases, any change is not reflected.
4 Tire circumference input
In the Setup mode “Setting the tire circumference”, enter the tire circumference
of the bicycle to
(Sensor 1) in millimeters.
*See “Tire circumference” on the next page for reference.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press the MODE1 button twice to switch to “TIRE”, and
confirm with the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
2.When
and “S/ID:1” are flashing, confirm with the SSS button.
Change the tire circumference of Sensor 1.
↔
:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3.Enter the last 2 digits of the tire circumference by pressBefore use
ing the MODE1 or MODE2 button, and move digits by
pressing the SSS button.
Then enter the first 2 digits in the same way.
Increase/decrease:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Move digits: SSS
4.Pressing the MENU button confirms the tire circumference, and returns to the Setup mode “TIRE”.
Setup is completed:
MENU
*To use
(Sensor 2), set the tire circumference of Sensor 2 according to
the Setup mode “Searching for sensor ID” on page 53, after you complete
“Preparing the wristwatch”.
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Tire circumference
You can find the tire circumference (L) of your tire size in the tire circumference reference table below, or actually measure the tire circumference
(L) of your bicycle.
L mm
How to measure the tire circumference (L)
For the most accurate measurement, do a wheel roll out. With the tires under
proper pressure, place the valve stem at the bottom. Mark the spot on the floor and with the rider's weight
on the bike, roll exactly one wheel revolution in a straight line (until the valve comes around again to the
bottom). Mark where the valve stem is and measure the distance on the ground in millimeters.
*For your reference, use the tire circumference table below.
Tire circumference reference table
32-369
40-355
47-355
32-406
35-406
40-406
47-406
50-406
28-451
37-451
37-501
40-501
47-507
50-507
54-507
25-520
28-540
32-540
25-559
L
Tire size (mm)
12 x 1.75
12 x 1.95
14 x 1.50
14 x 1.75
16 x 1.50
16 x 1.75
16 x 2.00
16 x 1-1/8
16 x 1-3/8
17 x
1-1/4(369)
18 x 1.50
18 x 1.75
20 x 1.25
20 x 1.35
20 x 1.50
20 x 1.75
20 x 1.95
20 x 1-1/8
20 x 1-3/8
22 x 1-3/8
22 x 1-1/2
24 x 1.75
24 x 2.00
24 x 2.125
24 x 1(520)
24 x 3/4
Tubular
24 x 1-1/8
24 x 1-1/4
26 x 1(559)
935
940
1020
1055
1185
1195
1245
1290
1300
1340
1340
1350
1450
1460
1490
1515
1565
1545
1615
1770
1785
1890
1925
1965
1753
1785
1795
1905
1913
ETRTO
32-559
37-559
40-559
47-559
50-559
54-559
57-559
58-559
75-559
28-590
37-590
37-584
20-571
23-571
25-571
40-590
40-584
25-630
28-630
32-630
37-630
18-622
19-622
20-622
23-622
25-622
28-622
L
Tire size (mm)
26 x 1.25
26 x 1.40
26 x 1.50
26 x 1.75
26 x 1.95
26 x 2.10
26 x 2.125
26 x 2.35
26 x 3.00
26 x 1-1/8
26 x 1-3/8
26 x 1-1/2
650C
Tubular
26 x 7/8
650 x 20C
650 x 23C
650 x 25C
26 x 1(571)
650 x 38A
650 x 38B
27 x 1(630)
27 x 1-1/8
27 x 1-1/4
27 x 1-3/8
700 x 18C
700 x 19C
700 x 20C
700 x 23C
700 x 25C
700 x 28C
1950
2005
2010
2023
2050
2068
2070
2083
2170
1970
2068
2100
ETRTO
L
Tire size (mm)
30-622 700 x 30C
32-622 700 x 32C
700C
Tubular
35-622 700 x 35C
38-622 700 x 38C
40-622 700 x 40C
42-622 700 x 42C
44-622 700 x 44C
45-622 700 x 45C
47-622 700 x 47C
54-622 29 x 2.1
60-622 29 x 2.3
2146
2155
2130
2168
2180
2200
2224
2235
2242
2268
2288
2326
1920
1938
1944
1952
Before use
ETRTO
47-203
54-203
40-254
47-254
40-305
47-305
54-305
28-349
37-349
2125
2105
2145
2155
2161
2169
2070
2080
2086
2096
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5 Selecting measurement unit
Select the speed unit and temperature unit.
1.Press the MODE1 button twice to switch to “UNITS”, and
confirm with the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
2.Select the speed unit by pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
Speed unit
button, and confirm with the SSS button.
km/h ↔ mph :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
3.Select the temperature unit by pressing the MODE1 or
MODE2 button in the same way.
°C ↔ °F :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Temperature unit
4.Pressing the MENU button confirms the measurement
unit, and returns to the Setup mode “UNITS”.
Now, the wristwatch setup is completed. Press the MENU
button again to switch to the Clock mode screen.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
Before use
6 Switching to the Sports mode
Switch the wristwatch from the Clock mode to the Sports mode for the operation
test of the speed sensor and heart rate sensor.
1.Press
the MENU button in the Clock mode to display
“SPORTS MENU” on the screen.
It switches to the measurement screen automatically.
Switch modes :
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MENU
7 Operation test
*It may take up to approximately 2 minutes to display the screen because the
wristwatch checks the sensor when switching to Sports mode.
*If the signal icon or on the measurement screen is turned off, press the
MODE1 or MODE2 button to turn it on.
Speed sensor (SPEED side)
1.Raise the rear wheel and spin the wheel.
2.When the speed is displayed on the screen, it is operating normally.
Speed sensor (CADENCE side)
1.Turn the crank.
2.When the cadence is displayed on the screen, it is
operating normally.
Heart rate sensor
1.Wear the heart rate sensor (page 13).
operating normally.
*Heart rate sensor can also be activated by rubbing both electrode pads with
thumbs. This method cannot be used to measure the heart rate accurately,
but is used as a simple method for testing the sensor/wristwatch communication and searching for the sensor ID.
Electrode pad
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Before use
2.When the heart rate is displayed on the screen, it is
Important:When the speed, cadence, and/or heart rate are/is not displayed, possible
causes are as follows.
Speed and cadence are not displayed.
Check items
Remedy
Is the Speed and Cadence sensor icon on If icon is off, the wristwatch cannot receive any data. Press the
?
MODE1 or MODE2 button to cancel the transmission sleep mode
(page 23).
Check whether the distance between the Adjust the position of the speed/cadence sensor and that of the
speed/cadence sensor and the magnet is magnet correctly. (See “Bicycle Installation” on page 10.)
too large.
Is the sensor zone of the speed/cadence
sensor aligned the center of the magnet?
Has the power-saving mode been activated, Press the MENU button to switch to Sports mode.
entering Clock mode?
The display may be delayed depending on Check whether any speed signal is received by spinning the wheel
the wireless transmission condition.
for a while.
Have you performed the formatting opera- The sensor ID synchronized at the factory is initialized by formattion?
ting. Synchronize the speed sensor ID, according to the Setup
mode “Searching for sensor ID” (page 53).
Heart rate is not displayed.
Check items
Is the Heart rate sensor icon on
Remedy
?
If
icon is off, the wristwatch cannot receive any data. Press
the MODE1 or MODE2 button to cancel the transmission sleep
mode (page 23).
Has the power-saving mode been activated, Press the MENU button to switch to Sports mode.
entering Clock mode?
Is the heart rate sensor attached securely Adjust the electrode pad with its rubber surface to have good
to your body?
contact with the body.
Dry skin (particularly in winter)
Slightly moisten the electrode pad of the heart rate sensor.
Is the Heart rate sensor being worn cor- To wear the electrode pad correctly, follow the instructions for
rectly?
wearing the heart rate sensor (page 13).
Before use
Have you performed the formatting opera- The sensor ID synchronized at the factory is initialized by formattion?
ting. Synchronize the heart rate sensor ID, according to the
Setup mode “Searching for sensor ID” (page 53).
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Formatting/Restarting operation
There are 2 different wristwatch set-up operations; formatting and restarting operations.
Follow the appropriate one depending on the situation.
Formatting : When you want to delete all data and the setup of the wristwatch.
Restarting
: When you use the unit for the first time after purchasing, or after replacing batteries, or an error is displayed.
*In the restarting operation, the following data are retained.
Date
Setting the target zone
• Saved file data
• Ride data
• Log data
• Alarm clock setting
• Tire circumference and
Sensor currently selected
• Sensor ID
• Measurement unit
• Record interval
SPORTS MENU
OPTION MENU
DATA MENU
SETUP MENU
• Auto-mode
• Training function
• Sound setting
• Sea level altitude
Flows of the formatting and restarting operations
The formatting and restarting procedures are as follows.
For restarting:
For formatting:
Restarting operation (page 14)
Formatting operation (page 14)
Setting the clock/date (page 15)
Setting the clock/date (page 15)
*The date when last executed the restarting
operation will be initially displayed.
Before use
Tire circumference input (page 16)
Selecting measurement unit (page 18)
Clock mode
*In the case of the formatting operation, you can set the “tire circumference”
and “measurement unit” sequentially after you set the “clock/date”. Each
set-up procedure is described on the page referenced.
After you complete the set-up, be sure to synchronize the sensor ID according
to the Setup mode “Searching for sensor ID” (page 53).
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Basic operation of the wristwatch
Switching between modes
The wristwatch has 4 types of mode functions and the Setup mode. “CLOCK MENU”,
“SPORTS MENU”, “OPTION MENU”, and “DATA MENU” are alternatively selected in
sequence by pressing the MENU button. Select the screen of your choice to proceed
to the mode screen automatically.
Clock mode (page 24)
Displays the clock. This mode is
used for everyday wristwatch functions displays also altitude, temperature and alarm.
*Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode
or Sports mode to switch to “SETUP MENU”.
(press & hold)
Setup mode (page 49)
This mode is used to edit
values and setup for less
frequently used items,
such as sound and wheel
circumference.
To the previous mode screen
MENU
MENU
Sports mode (page 25)
This measurement screen is used
as a cyclocomputer and/or heart rate
monitor.
Before use
Option mode (page 36)
This mode is used to edit option setup
values often used while riding bicycle
such as zones, and count down.
Data mode (page 39)
This mode is used to check the data
saved and/or import them to your PC.
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Backlight
Pressing and holding the MODE1 or MODE2 button illuminates
the display for about 3 seconds (Except in the Setup mode).
*Pressing any button while backlight is still on extends the illumination for another 3 seconds.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
(press & hold)
Power-saving mode
When the wristwatch does not receive any data from the speed
sensor or heart rate sensor for 5 minutes, each sensor will
enter the transmission sleep status to save battery power. No
sensor signal can be received in the transmission sleep status.
To restart measuring, press the MODE1 or MODE2 button to
recover from transmission sleep. The signal transmission
status of each sensor can be checked with the relevant signal The speed sensor
icon and the numerical value “---” display.
is in transmission
sleep. Displays the
•
(flashing) : Receiving sensor signal (under operation)
symbol “---”.
•
(constant): Stand-by for sensor signal (searching for sensors)
•
(off)
: Transmission sleep. Displays the symbol “---”. Heart rate sensor
signal icon
*Transmission sleep is set separately for the speed sensor
and the heart rate sensor. Accordingly, if the bicycle is
stopped for over 5 minutes with the heart rate sensor worn,
only the speed sensor goes into transmission sleep. When
resuming the ride, speed/cadence sensor must be re-activated in order to display necessary data.
*When either the speed sensor or the heart rate sensor is in The heart rate sentransmission sleep, the display remains in the Sports mode; sor is in transmishowever, when both sensors go into transmission sleep, sion sleep. Displays
the wristwatch switches to the power-saving mode.
the symbol “---”.
Saving the power of the wristwatch
When the wristwatch does not receive any data from both the
speed and heart rate sensors for 5 minutes, it will switch to
Clock mode automatically. Press the MENU button to return
to Sports mode and continue measuring. For details, see
“Switching between modes” on page 22.
*Even if the power-saving mode is activated, data not reset
are saved in the wristwatch.
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Before use
Speed sensor
signal icon
Transmission sleep mode
Clock mode (CLOCK)
Switching to Clock mode
Select “CLOCK MENU” by pressing the MENU button until display
swithces to Clock mode.
*Clock mode is the default screen, so if the power-saving mode is
activated in any other mode display will switch to Clock mode.
For details, see “Power-saving mode” on page 23.
Functions in Clock mode
Displays the current time, date, and day of the week. Press the MODE1 button to display the current sea
level altitude. Press the MODE2 button to display the current temperature or turn on/off the alarm clock.
Display data in Clock mode
Displays the current day of the week.
MODE1
Displays the current date.
Displays the current
time in the 12- or
24-hour format.
Altitude
Displays the current altitude.
When the measurement
is stopped
To altitude corMODE1
Shortcut
rection screen
(press & hold for 3 sec) (page 60)
MODE2
Temperature
Displays the current
temperature.
Clock mode
*For setting the time and date, see the Setup mode “Setting the clock/date” (page 50).
*Altitude may need to be adjusted to the current location. For details, see “Correcting the sea
level altitude” on page 60, and “Basic knowledge of altitude measurement” on page 61.
*While the current sea level altitude is displayed on the screen, shortcut operation
(press and hold the MODE1 button for 3 sec) moves to the Setup mode “Correcting
the sea level altitude” (page 60) for quick altitude correction. This shortcut operation
however does not work while the measurement is continuing in the Sports mode.
Alarm clock mode
Alarm clock icon
Indicates with an alarm sound when the current time reaches any
pre-set time. When it reaches a predetermined time, the wristwatch switches to Clock mode, and sounds an alarm for 20
seconds regardless of the mode displayed. Press any button on
the wristwatch to stop the alarm.
*Press and hold the MODE1 button for 3 sec in the Clock mode (except
Alarm clock on/off
when the current sea level altitude is displayed) to turn on/off the alarm
MODE1
clock. The icon appears on the screen when the alarm clock is on.
*For setting the alarm clock, see the Setup mode “Setting the (press & hold for 3 sec)
alarm clock” (page 51).
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Sports mode (SPORTS)
Switching to Sports mode
Select “SPORTS MENU” by pressing the MENU button until display
switches to Sports mode.
Function in Sports mode
The Sports mode is for measurement using the cyclocomputer and heart rate monitor
functions. 4 types of data such as the heart rate, altitude, and slope are displayed on the
screen. These data can be switched by pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
The displayed data are as follows.
*Measurement is maintained even if switched to another mode.
Upper and middle display data (Switch using the MODE1 button)
Upper display
:Displays data related to the speed and altitude.
Middle display (left) :Displays data related to the heart rate.
Middle display (right):Displays data related to the cadence, temperature and slope
angle.
Switch pressing the MODE1 button
Current speed
Average speed
Maximum speed
MODE1
Heart rate/Cadence
MODE1
Maximum heart rate/
Maximum cadence
Average heart rate/
Average cadence
MODE1
Altitude
Ascending altitude
MODE1
Heart rate / Slope angle
*1 When the measurement is stopped in
the altitude screen, shortcut operation
(press and hold the MODE1 button for
3 sec.) moves to the Setup mode
“Correcting the sea level altitude”
(page 60).
Heart rate / Temperature
When the
measurement is
stopped
Shortcut*1
MODE1
(press & hold
for 3 sec)
To altitude correction screen
(page 60)
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Sports mode
MODE1
To the setting count-down screen
in Option mode (page 36)
Lower display data
(Switch using the MODE2 button)
Displays additional ride data.
When the
measurement is
stopped
Switch pressing the MODE2 button
MODE2
Elapsed time
Shortcut*2
MODE2
(press & hold for 3 sec)
MODE2
Trip distance
Training function*1
MODE2
MODE2
MODE2
MODE2
Clock
Calorie Consumption
Lap timer
*1 The training function screen displays one of the following; countdown distance,
countdown time, or interval. For details, see “Training function (countdown function and interval function)” on page 32.
*2 When measurement is stopped in the training function screen, shortcut operation (press and hold
the MODE2 button for 3 sec.) moves to the Setup mode “Setting the training function” (page 36).
Starting/Stopping measurement
Sports mode
”km/h [mph]” or “m [ft]” icon flashes during speed measurement.
Initially, the auto-mode function which starts or stops measurement automatically in sync with the bicycle motion is ON. Auto
measurement is switched to manual measurement and vice
versa by ON/OFF operation in the auto-mode. For details, see the
Setup mode “Setting the auto-mode” (page 58). The maximum
speed, maximum heart rate, and maximum cadence are updated
regardless of starting/stopping the measurement.
*To use this unit as a heart rate monitor, start/stop the measurement using the SSS button in the manual measurement.
When the auto-mode is on, you cannot start the measurement.
Auto-mode (automatic measurement)
AT icon
When the auto-mode is on,
appears on the screen. The wristwatch detects the
wheel spinning, and starts/stops the measurement automatically.
*When the transmission is stopped and Sensor signal icons and
are off, the
measurement will not start even after the bicycle starts. If a bicycle is stopped for
more than 5 minutes or if heart rate sensor is either far from the bicycle or off the
body, it will go into sleep. This normally happens when taking a rest during the ride.
To recover from the transmission sleep, press the MODE1 or MODE2 button to turn
on the sensor signal icons. For details, see “Transmission sleep mode” on page 23.
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Manual measurement
When the auto-mode is off (
is off), use the SSS button to start/stop the measurement.
Stop reminder
The stop reminder function Reminds the rider with an alarm
incase the stopwatch is forgotten to be stopped after the ride.
When any signal is not received from the speed or cadence
sensor for 90 seconds while counting the elapsed time, an
alarm sounds and “STOP” appears on the screen. This alert
display is repeated up to 3 times every 90 seconds. When any
Stop reminder
sensor signal is detected, the alarm is stopped.
*Forgetting to stop the measurement is likely to happen at a rest during a ride or
after a race finishes. In cases you will start again immediately, such as at traffic
signals, or when you use this unit as a heart rate monitor, ignore this.
*This function cannot be disabled.
To reset the measurement data, interval, and lap data to 0,
MODE1
simultaneously press the SSS + MODE1 or SSS + MODE2
SSS
buttons on any screen in the Sports mode (except interval on
(Simultaneously press)
the training function screen).
or
Resetting the measurement data saves the point data, which
was recorded at the timing set for the record interval, autoSSS
MODE2
matically in a file. For viewing and deleting the saved data, see
(Simultaneously press)
the Data mode “File view” (page 40).
*The screen will freeze for about 2 seconds after resetting;
however, all measurements are operating normally.
*After you reset, the countdown distance, countdown time, and interval are returned
to the predetermined value you set.
*Cannot reset for 5 seconds after pressing the LAP button.
*The wristwatch has a limited memory capacity. When the data volume exceeds the
memory capacity, any new data can no longer be saved. For details, see the Data
mode “File view” (page 40).
*Resetting with the interval (INT) displayed on the training function screen resets the
measurement data of the interval only. For details, see “Training function (countdown
function and interval function)” on page 32.
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Sports mode
Resetting the measurement data and saving the files
Display data in Sports mode (upper and middle display)
Switch pressing the MODE1 button
Current speed
Displays the current speed in real time. Updates
every second.
Heart rate
Displays the current heart rate in real time.
Updates every second.
Cadence
Displays the current number of pedal rotations
per minute. Updated every second.
Average speed*1
Displays the average speed since the start of
measurement.
Average heart rate
*1*2
MODE1
Average cadence
*1*3
Maximum speed*4
Maximum heart rate
*4
Maximum cadence
*4
Sea Level Altitude
MODE1
Displays the average heart rate since the start of
measurement. The time with no heart rate
measured is not reflected on the average rate.
Displays the average cadence since the start of
measurement. Any time with no pedaling is not
reflected on the average cadence.
Displays the maximum speed since the start of
measurement.
Displays the maximum heart rate since the start
of measurement.
Displays the maximum cadence since the start of
measurement.
Displays the sea level altitude at the current location point.
Shortcut*5
(press & hold for 3 sec) (When the measurement is stopped)
Sports mode
Temperature
Displays the current temperature.
Ascending altitude
Displays the accumulated altitude from the point
you reset to the current point.
* Any descending altitude is not counted.
Slope angle*6
Displays a ±value on the basis that the slope
angle of 45° is 100%.
*1 Each average value is displayed on the screen replaced with the character “E” when the elapsed
time (TM) exceeds 100 hours. Clear the data by resetting (page 27). The average speed is displayed
in the same way as above when the trip distance exceeds 10000 km [mile].
*2 This device stops calculating the average when the heart rate sensor is detached, and resumes
the calculation when the heart rate sensor is worn again. This feature produces actual averages
with the heart rate sensor worn.
*3 This device calculates the average excluding the time when you stop pedaling. This feature produces actual averages, unlike other models that calculate averages also to include any zero values.
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Display data in Sports mode (lower display)
Switch pressing the MODE2 button
TM
Elapsed time
Displays the elapsed time from the start of measurement to the 1/10 second. When it exceeds 99:59’59”,
it repeats from 00’00”0.
DST
Trip distance
Displays the trip distance from the start of measurement.
MODE2
Training function (page 32)
Displays any one selected from the
MODE2
countdown distance, countdown time,
(press & hold for 3 sec)
and interval.
or
C.D. DST
Countdown
distance
Shortcut*7
(When the measurement is stopped)
Counts down the predetermined distance, and
displays the remaining distance.
or
INT
Interval
(interval time/
recovery time)
Counts down the predetermined time (interval time),
and then counts up automatically as a recovery time
after the time is up.
Pressing the LAP button starts the interval time
again, which allows you to repeat a high and low
intensity exercise.
LAP
Lap timer
Displays the elapsed time from the previous point (for
LAP 01: from the start of measurement) in real time.
CAL
Calorie
Consumption
Displays the estimated calorie consumption from
the start of measurement based on the heart rate.
Clock
Displays the current time of day in the 24- or 12-hour
system.
*4 Each maximum value is updated regardless of starting or stopping the measurement.
*5 When the measurement is stopped, take a shortcut (press and hold the MODE1 button for 3 sec.)
to the Setup mode “Correcting the sea level altitude” (page 60).
*6 The slope angle value is updated every 2 seconds calculated from several changes of altitude
and the trip distance. This may cause some delays in an update. Temporarily abnormal values
may also be displayed because of rapid changes of speed or running at a low speed.
*7 When the measurement is stopped, take a shortcut (press and hold the MODE2 button for 3 sec.)
to the Setup mode “Setting the training function” (page 36).
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Sports mode
C.D. TM
Counts down the predetermined time, and displays
Countdown time the remaining time.
Pace function
Current speed
2 types of pace arrows, for speed and heart rate, are displayed in
Sports mode. The arrow icons indicate whether the current speed/
heart rate is above or below the average speed/heart rate.
: The current value is above the average.
: The current value is below the average.
: The current value is equal to the average.
No arrows: The current value is “0”.
Heart rate
Lap function
Pressing the LAP button during measurement in Sports mode records the measurement
data between a given set of points (average lap speed/maximum lap speed, average
lap heart rate/maximum lap heart rate, lap time/split time) up to 99 points*. Immediately after recording, the lap data is displayed in the order as shown in the figure below,
and then the display returns to the previous screen.
*The maximum number of lap records may decrease depending on file utilization.
For details, see “Wristwatch memory capacity limit” on page 40.
Lap data
Average lap speed
Any screen in
Sports mode
Maximum lap speed
Previous
screen
Lap number
2.5 sec.
LAP
Lap time
Average lap heart rate
Sports mode
Average lap speed
Average lap heart rate
Lap number
Lap time
Split time
2.5 sec.
Split time
Maximum lap heart rate
Displays the average lap speed/heart rate from the previous
point (for LAP 01: from the start of measurement) to the
current point.
Displays the lap number just recorded.
*When the total number of laps exceeds 99 points, “--”
appears indicating further lap recording cannot be done.
Displays the elapsed time from the previous point (for LAP
01: from the start of measurement).
Displays the total elapsed time from the start of measurement.
Displays the maximum lap speed/heart rate from the previous point (for LAP 01: from the start of measurement) to
Maximum lap heart rate the current point.
Maximum lap speed
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Lap time and split time
of
The lap time displays elapsed time from the last Start
LAP
measurement LAP
TM
press of the LAP button. The split time displays
Lap time 1 Lap time 2
the elapsed time from the start of measurement to
the point LAP button is pressed.
Split time 1
*The measured lap data is saved to a file when
Split time 2
you perform a reset operation (page 27).
*Pressing the LAP button while the total number of
laps reaches 99 points displays the lap data, but
“--” appears in place of the lap number indicating further recording is impossible.
*The lap data can be reviewed in the Data mode “File view”(page 40).
Real time lap data
Pressing and holding the LAP button on any screen in Sports mode displays the
real time lap data in the upper and middle displays. For the real time lap data, the
unit starts/stops the measurement in sync with the primary measurement; however, it resets and restarts the data every time you press the LAP button. This independent feature of lap time can be useful also for pace checks in a lap and sectional trials such as hill climb section.
Real time lap data
Maximum
lap cadence
Maximum
lap speed
Average lap
cadence
Previous screen
MODE1
MODE1
Sports mode
Average lap speed
Any screen in
Sports mode
LAP
(press &
Lap timer *
hold)
Average lap heart rate
Lap distance
Maximum lap heart rate
MODE2
*Press the MODE2 button with the real time lap data to return to the previous
Sports mode screen.
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Training function (countdown function and interval function)
This unit has a countdown function that counts down the predetermined time and
indicates when the time is up by setting the target trip distance and elapsed time, and
an interval function that is used to set the interval time for a given training. The training function includes both these 2 functions.
*Either the countdown function or interval function is displayed in the lower display. For display
of the training function, see “Display data in Sports mode (lower display)” on page 29.
*Select the training function and enter the respective setting values in “Setting the
training function” (page 36) in Option mode. Display Option mode in the MENU screen
or shortcut (press and hold MODE2) to the training function setting screen.
Countdown distance
Displays the countdown distance to a predetermined target trip dis- When the target trip
tance. When it reaches the target trip distance, the unit switches the distance is 20 km
lower display to the countdown data in any Sports mode display, and
notifies by flashing the numerical value/icon and an alarm sound.
*Resetting returns the numerical value to the predetermined
value you set.
When reached
Beep
Example of how the countdown distance is used:
1.Entering the race event distance
For distance system events such as a road race and cen(displays for 5
tury ride, enter the race event distance before the start, and
seconds)
develop your strategy and pace based on the countdown
distance during the race.
2.Entering the destination sign distance
For touring, enter the sign distance whenever you encounter a destination sign
along the road, and develop your pace based on the countdown distance.
3.Entering the periodical target distance
Enter the periodical target distance for a week, month, or year to check your progress.
Sports mode
Countdown time
When the target
Displays the countdown time to a predetermined target elapsed
time. When it reaches the target elapsed time, the unit elapsed time is 1 hour
switches the lower display to the countdown data in any Sports
mode display, and notifies by flashing the numerical value/
icon and an alarm sound.
*Resetting returns the numerical value to the predetermined
When reached
value you set.
Beep
Example how the countdown time is used:
1.Entering a timed race
(displays for 5
For a time endurance race, enter the limit time, and check
seconds)
your pace based on the countdown time.
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2.Setting the return time limit
Enter the half way time when the ride time is limited, and
enjoy your ride without minding the time.
3.Target time for a Century ride
Enter the target time for big events such as Century ride and Granfondo, and
check your pace.
Interval (interval time/recovery time)
*Use this function in the interval training.
The interval training is a training method that combines the interval time (high intensity exercise time) and the recovery time (rest time). With this unit, the recovery time
is not set for the purpose of simplifying the setup. The recovery time is to be judged
by users based on the count-up display of the wristwatch. Judging the recovery time
by users enables flexible training menus, in which the recovery time in every repeat
is different from the recovery time between the sets (such training that has the recovery time of 3 minutes in every repeat, and 10 minutes between the sets).
*You can check recovery progress while riding by viewing the screen.
*Depending on the course condition as signals or traffics, you might not start the
interval along with the pre-set recovery time. In this case, you can take a training
with smoothness by timing the start on yourself.
An image of interval measurement
Beep
REC
Interval
SSS
ment start
Beep
*2
INT measure-
*1
INT Interval
LAP
REC
Sports mode
*1
restart
SSS
REC
Interval measurement finish
*1 Interval time: Starts countdown from the pre-set time to zero. At zero, switches
to recovery time.
*2 Recovery time: No need to pre-set the recovery time. The wristwatch remains in the
recovery period until LAP button is pressed. Press the LAP button at any timing to
restart the next interval.
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How to use the interval:
*During the interval training, use the interval display to avoid confusing the
start/stop operation with the reset operation.
1.Setting the interval.
Switch to Sports mode by selecting the interval from the Option
mode “Setting the training function”.
2. Press the MODE2 until “INT” icon displayed in the lower display.
Switch the lower screen :
Heart rate
Current speed
MODE2
3.Press
the SSS button to start the count down interval
measurement. Start a high intensity exercise.
The interval time countdown is displayed.
Cadence
Interval time
Interval measurement start : SSS
*Use the SSS button to start/stop the interval even when the auto-mode is
on ( lights up). To start the interval measurement, press the SSS Interval time
button with the interval displayed in the lower display. Pressing the SSS (countdown)
button with the interval displayed does not affect start/stop of the measurement in the wristwatch. However, the elapsed time measurement in the wristwatch will start just
as the interval starts, when the auto-mode is off ( lights off) and measurement is stopped.
4.When the interval counts down to zero, it will automatically change to recovery
Sports mode
timer, which counts up until next interval is ready.
When the interval time reaches the predetermined time, an alarm sounds,
various average values and maximum values are displayed in the order as shown
in the figure below, and then the recovery time starts countup. At this point, the
wristwatch records the lap data automatically. Measure for any period of time
in the recovery time, while relaxing and recovering from fatigue.
Average speed
Maximum speed Current speed
Interval time
Average
Maximum
Cadence
finish
cadence
cadence
Beep
2.5 sec.
Ave rage
heart rate
Number of intervals
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Maximum
heart rate
2.5 sec.
Heart rate
Trip distance in the interval
Recovery time
(count-up)
5.Press the LAP button to start the next repeat of the interval time again.
Start pedaling at your interval intensity.
Repeat the steps 4 and 5.
Interval restart :
LAP
6.When “INT” or “REC” is displayed in the lower display, pressing the SSS button
stops the interval measurement.
Interval measurement stop : SSS
*To restart the interval measurement, press the SSS button.
*Resetting with the interval displayed resets the interval measurement data only.
*The lap data is recorded automatically when the interval measurement starts and
the interval time is up. When interval measurement is inserted during primary
measurement, the lap data is recorded as being continued, like regular lap data.
*During the interval measurement, pressing the LAP button skips the interval time
being counted-down, and starts a new countdown.
*The interval time stops just as the elapsed time stops in the wristwatch.
Target heart rate zone
During measurement, the icon “
the target heart rate status.
” is displayed, which indicates
(constant): The target zone is set to any of HR.ZONE:1 to 5.
(off)
: The target zone is set to off.
*For selecting the zone and setting the zone range, see the Option Target heart rate
zone
mode “Setting the target heart rate zones” (page 37).
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Sports mode
(flashing) : The current heart rate is out of the selected zone.
Option mode (OPTION)
Switching to Option mode
Select “OPTION MENU” by pressing the MENU button until it
switches to Option mode.
Function in Option mode
Option mode is used to change the settings of the training function, which is used
most frequently in Sports mode, and the target heart rate zone. Switch to various
settings as follows.
Setting the training function (countdown/interval)
This function is used to select the countdown or interval, and
enter the settings.
Target distance or time currently set
Training function currently selected
DST : Countdown distance
TIME : Countdown time
INT : Interval timer
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Setting the target heart rate zones (page 37)
Select the target heart rate zone, and enter the upper and lower
limits.
Heart rate zone currently set
Setting the training function
CD.TIMER
Option mode
This function is used to select the training function displayed in the lower of the screen,
and enter the settings.
*Stop the measurement before you change the settings.
*In case of shortcutting from Sports mode, proceed to step 2, skipping step 1.
*Press and hold only the MODE1 button to increase the number quickly.
1.When any other mode screen is displayed, switch to the Option
mode “CD.TIMER”.
Select “OPTION MENU” by pressing the MENU button several times to switch to “CD.TIMER” automatically. Then,
confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch the mode :
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MENU
Confirm :
SSS
Shortcut from the Sports mode
2.Select the training function displayed in the lower of the screen.
Select the “DST (countdown distance)”, “TIME (countdown
time)”, or “INT (interval timer)” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
button, and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Select the training function :
(DST ↔ TIME ↔ INT)
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
Countdown function
currently selected
SSS
3.Enter the setting.
Enter the target value for the function selected in step 2, each digit one
by one. Change the value pressing the MODE1 to increase and MODE2
button to decrease the value, and move digits pressing the SSS button.
Increase/decrease :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
*Press and hold the MODE2 button for 3 seconds to confirm
the changes, and shortcut to the previous Sports mode.
4.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to Option mode “CD.TIMER”.
To switch to other mode, press the MENU button several times
to display the screen of your choice.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
Target distance
or time
MENU
*The settings are reflected in the lower display in Sports mode. For details, see “Training function (countdown function and interval function)” on page 32.
HR ZONE
Select the registered target heart rate zone (1 to 5) or OFF, change the upper/lower
limit of each zone, or set on/off of the zone sound.
*Stop measurement and perform the resetting operation (page 27) before you change
the target heart rate zone. If you do not perform the resetting operation, “DATA RESET”
appears on the screen and you cannot change the target heart rate zones.
*For details of the target zone, see “Use of the target zone” (page 67).
*The time in the zone measured can be viewed by file in the Data mode “File view” (page 40).
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.When any other mode screen is displayed, switch to the Option
mode “CD.TIMER”.
Select “OPTION MENU” by pressing the MENU button several times to switch to “CD.TIMER” automatically.
Switch the mode :
MENU
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Option mode
Setting the target heart rate zones
2.Switch to “HR ZONE” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button,
then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch the screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
*The target heart rate zone (ZONE-1 to 5) or “OFF” currently
selected appears on the screen.
3.Select the target heart rate zone.
Select one of “OFF”, “ZONE-1”, “2”, “3”, “4” or “5” pressing
the MODE1 or MODE2 buttons. To set the target heart rate
zone, select from “1” to “5” and confirm it pressing the SSS
button, and then proceed to the step 4. Otherwise, select “OFF”
Heart rate zone
and proceed to step 6.
currently selected
Select the zone:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
Upper limit
4.Enter the lower limit of the zone currently selected pressing
the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, and confirm it pressing the
SSS button.
Then, enter the upper limit in the same way, and confirm it
pressing the SSS button.
Increase/decrease :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
Lower limit
Option mode
*You can enter any upper/lower limit to each zone; however,
the upper limit is adjusted automatically to the lower limit
+ 1 when the entered lower limit exceeds the upper limit. In
case of the upper limit, vice versa, the lower limit is adjusted in the same way.
*It is no problem even if the upper and lower limit range
overlaps other zones.
5. Select “ON” or “OFF” of the alarm sound pressing the MODE1
and MODE2 buttons, and confirm it pressing the SSS button.
ON ↔ OFF :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
SSS
*When the alarm sound is on, an alarm sounds continuously
as long as the heart rate is outside the target heart rate zone.
6.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to Option mode “HR ZONE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
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MENU
Setting the HR
alarm zone
Data mode (DATA)
Switching Data mode
Select “DATA MENU” by pressing the MENU button until it
switches to Data mode.
Function in Data mode
The Data mode is used to review and delete the saved files, download the measurement
data to your PC, and review past records.
MODE1
File view (page 40)
This view is used to review and manage the various
data recorded.
Number of total laps in all files
Number of total files saved
Memory point utilization
MODE2
Past records (page 47)
Past trip distance and elapsed time can be reviewed
by time period.
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Data mode
PC link (page 45)
This is used to send the measurement data to your PC.
*The optional “USB communication kit” is required.
File view
FILE
The lap and measurement data are saved into a file automatically each time a ride is
reset (Resetting operation on page 27). With the file view, you can review and delete
the files saved.
Saving and managing the files
The wristwatch can record up to 30 files.
A new file is always saved as F01. When the file volume exceeds the wristwatch
memory capacity, the oldest file is deleted automatically.
Old
Date of creation : New
1
F0
2
F0
3
F0
0
F3
Measurement data to be saved in a file
• Date and time of file creation (date/time when the measurement started)
• Trip distance
• Elapsed time
• Various average values (speed/heart rate/cadence)
• Various maximum values (speed/heart rate/cadence/altitude/temperature/
slope angle)
• Various minimum values (altitude/temperature)
• Ascending altitude
• Calorie consumption
• Number of laps used
• Time distribution to the target zone (time in/above/below the zone) and the
percentages (%)
• Lap data (average lap speed, average lap heart rate, maximum lap speed,
maximum lap heart rate, lap time, split time, trip lap distance)
• Point data at the intervals specified.
Data mode
Wristwatch memory capacity limit
Data can be saved within the following memory capacity limits.
Number of files
Number of laps
Memory for each recording interval
Example At 2 seconds
At 3 seconds
At 5 seconds
At 10 seconds
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30 files
Laps shall be 99 or less. (* See “Lap data”)
Points shall be 36000 or less.
Maximum record of 20 hours
Maximum record of 30 hours
Maximum record of 50 hours
Maximum record of 100 hours
• Lap data
One lap per file is used even when there is no lap data. Therefore, the total
number of laps is the sum of the total number of laps in all files and the number
of files.
Example) When the following number of laps are recorded in the files:
Number of laps in a file
Number of files
F01 : 5 laps
F02 : 0 lap
F03 : 10 laps
3 files
The total number of laps is the sum of the total number of laps in all files
“15”, and the total number of files “3”, i.e., “18”.
• Memory point
This unit has a function to automatically record the data at intervals specified
during measurement (memory point). The recorded data are saved in a file
together with other measurement records and lap data.
The memory point can be viewed in “memory point utilization” on the File
view. To use such data, you have to send them to your PC (page 46).
The automatic record interval can be selected from 4 options in the range of 2
to 10 seconds according to your application. For details, see the Setup mode
“Setting the record interval” (page 56).
When the memory point utilization reaches 100%, and the
data volume exceeds the memory capacity:
An alarm sounds during the measurement, “MEMORY FULL”
flashes on the screen. In this case, the wristwatch automatically saves the data being measured, and creates a file.
Data will be displayed on the screen but now can no longer
be saved. The alert is displayed repeatedly every 2 minutes.
It is recommended to stop the measurement immediately,
and delete the files in the wristwatch.
*When using the optional “USB communication kit”, delete the files after you
send the saved files to your PC.
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Data mode
When the memory point utilization is over 90%, and the
remaining memory capacity is low:
An alarm sounds during the measurement, “MEMORY”
flashes on the screen. This alert is displayed repeatedly
every 2 minutes until the data volume exceeds the memory
capacity.
Viewing the contents in a file
View the measurement data in a file saved in the wristwatch.
1.Switch to the Data mode “FILE”, when any other mode
screen is displayed.
Select “DATA MENU” by pressing the MENU button several times to switch to “FILE” automatically. Then, confirm
it pressing the SSS button.
Switch the mode :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm :
Number of total
files saved
Number of total
laps in all files
SSS
Memory point
utilization
2.Select the file number you want to view.
Select the file number pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
button, and confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switching the file number :
Confirm :
File number
Number of
laps in a file
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
SSS
*The file number starts with the latest file (F01).
3.Scroll through the data saved in each file by pressing the Date of file creation
SSS button.
(Displayed
The display items are as follows on the next page.
alternately)
4. Pressing the MENU button returns to the Data mode “FILE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
Time of the start
Data mode
*When the target heart rate zone is set to OFF during measurement, no data related to the target heart rate zone saved is displayed.
*Pressing the LAP button while viewing data switches to viewing the lap data. For
details, see “Viewing the lap data” (page 44).
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Flow of file view
MODE1
SSS
Delete file view screen
(or)
Data mode “FILE”
SSS
SSS
Delete all files
(to the top screen
of the File view)
MODE2
MENU
Return
(Displayed
alternately)
SSS
SSS
Ascending altitude
Maximum slope
angle
Trip distance
(km [mile])
SSS
SSS
Maximum altitude
Trip time
(hour/minute/second)
Minimum altitude
Average speed
Average cadence
Average heart rate
(Displayed
alternately)
Maximum
temperature
Calorie consumption
(kcal)
Minimum
temperature
SSS
SSS
Maximum speed
Data mode
Maximum heart rate
Maximum cadence
(Displayed
alternately)
Time above the zone, Time below the zone,
and the percentage *1 and the percentage *1
SSS
Heart rate zone number
Upper zone limit
SSS
*1: The zone percentage is displayed as
a guide only, and the total percentage
of 3 zones does not come to 100%.
(Displayed
Lower zone alternately)
limit
Time in zone, and percentage *1
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Viewing the lap data
View the lap data in a file saved in the wristwatch.
1.Select the file number you want to view from the Data mode
“FILE” (page 42).
Select the file number pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
button, and confirm it pressing the SSS button.
File number
Number of
laps in a file
Switching the file number :
Confirm :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
SSS
*The file number starts with the latest file (F01).
2.Press the LAP button to view the lap data contained in the
file selected.
Switch the average value to maximum value display pressing the SSS button. Press the LAP button again to return
from the lap data.
Date of file creation
(Displayed
alternately)
Time of start
Viewing/exiting lap data :
LAP
*When no lap data is contained in the file, it cannot be
viewed.
Average values
Maximum values
Lap number
Average lap speed
Maximum lap
speed
SSS
Data mode
Average lap
heart rate
Lap time
Maximum lap
heart rate
(Displayed alternately)
Trip lap distance
Split time
3.Switch the laps, if applicable, pressing the MODE1 and
MODE2 buttons.
Switching the lap number :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
4. Pressing the MENU button returns to the Data mode “FILE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
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MENU
Deleting files
You can manually delete the files saved in the wristwatch.
When the data volume exceeds the memory capacity, the wristwatch automatically deletes
the oldest file, and creates a new file. You can manually delete all files at once.
*Before deleting files, perform the resetting operation (page 27) in the Sports
mode to save all measurement data.
Unless you perform the resetting operation, you can not delete files.
“DATA RESET” appears on the screen for 5 seconds, and then the display
returns to the File View screen.
1.Switch to the Data mode “FILE” (page 42), and confirm
with the SSS button.
2.Simultaneously press the SSS button and the MODE1 or
MODE2 button to switch to the delete screen.
Switch to Delete: SSS
MODE1
(or) SSS
MODE2
3. Pressing the SSS button deletes all files, and returns to the
Data mode “FILE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
Delete file view
screen
Delete all files : SSS
MENU
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
*Pressing the MENU button on the delete screen cancels deleting files, and returns
to the previous screen.
*When the wristwatch has no files (F00) the delete file operation is not operable.
*Once any file is deleted, all lap data contained in the file are also deleted.
*Once a file is deleted, it cannot be restored.
PC link
PC LINK
The PC link is used for two-way communication with your PC to which download
software “e-Train Data™ ver.4” is installed. You can send the data measured with this
unit to your PC, and change various settings in the wristwatch from your PC.
The optional “USB communication kit” and installation of the “e-Train Data™ ver.4 (Windows version)” contained in the CD-ROM supplied are required to use this function.
*For using the files sent, refer to the e-Train Data™ ver.4 instruction manual contained
in the CD-ROM supplied.
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Data mode
Cancel deleting files :
Communication between your PC and this unit
Send the files saved in the wristwatch to your PC, or reflect the settings changed
from your PC in the wristwatch.
1.Boot your PC, and connect the USB communication unit
to the your PC.
USB communication unit
2.Start e-Train Data™ ver.4, and click the “Communication”
button on your PC screen.
Prepare for sending the data according to the instructions
displayed on your PC screen.
3.Switch to the Data mode “FILE”, when any other mode
screen is displayed.
Select “DATA MENU” by pressing the MENU button repeatedly to switch to “FILE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
4.Switch to “PC LINK” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 but-
ton, and then press the SSS button.
“LINK-TO PC” appears on the screen, and the wristwatch
automatically starts searching for your PC. Once the communication is established, it switches to “SEND FILE”, and
starts sending the data.
Switch the screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
SSS
Search PC / Send the data :
SSS
Data mode
*When communication with your PC cannot be established,
“LINK-TO PC FAIL” appears. Press the SSS button to return Searching for
to “PC LINK”, and check the condition of your PC. Pressing your PC
the SSS button again restarts searching for your PC.
*Pressing the MENU button while sending the data displays
“LINK-TO PC FAIL”, and stops sending the data. Pressing
the SSS button returns to “PC LINK”.
*Depending on the number of files saved, it takes up to 5
minutes to send the data.
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5.Once sending data is completed, “SEND FILE END” appears. Press the SSS button and return to the data mode
“PC LINK”.
To the mode top : SSS
Completion of
sending
6.Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another
mode.
To switch modes :
MENU
Data to be sent from this unit to your PC
The data to be sent to your PC are as follows.
• File number
• Date/time of file creation (date/time when the measurement started)
• Measured values of the speed, heart rate, cadence, trip distance, elapsed time,
and sea level altitude, at the record intervals specified
• Lap data (lap number, average lap speed, average lap heart rate, Average lap
cadence, maximum lap speed, maximum lap heart rate, maximum lap cadence,
lap time, split time, and lap distance), Time in the heart rate zone (over / within
the range / under)
*The wristwatch has a limited memory capacity. It is recommended to transfer
the measurement data periodically to your PC, and delete the files in the wristwatch (page 45).
The date, clock, on/off and time of the alarm, tire circumference, speed unit, record
interval, total trip distance/total elapsed time, auto-mode setting, sound setting,
and sea level altitude HOME setting.
Past records
VIEW LOG
The past records allow you to view the trip distance and elapsed time by time period,
which are essential for your training management.
• Total trip distance (ODO) and total elapsed time (TTM) since beginning use of this unit
• Weekly trip distance and time since Monday
• Monthly trip distance and time since the 1st
• Yearly trip distance and time since January 1st
You can adjust effectively the training menu by receiving and analyzing the actual
training volume of each period of time.
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Data mode
Settings to be changed from your PC
1.Switch to the Data mode “FILE”, when any other mode screen
is displayed.
Select “DATA MENU” by pressing the MENU button several
times to switch to “FILE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
2.Switch to “VIEW LOG” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 buttons, and confirm pressing the SSS button.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Switch the screen :
Confirm: SSS
3.The total trip distance and total elapsed time since first use of
the wristwatch are displayed.
The weekly, monthly, and yearly trip distance and elapsed time
are displayed in sequence by pressing the SSS button.
Total elapsed time
Weekly elapsed time
SSS
Total trip distance
Monthly elapsed time Yearly elapsed time
SSS
Weekly trip distance
SSS
Monthly trip distance Yearly trip distance
4. Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
Data mode
*Once you change any date in the past according to the Setup mode “Setting the clock/
date” (page 50), some integrated values for the year, month, or week are deleted according to the relevant changes.
When the year is changed
When the month is changed
When the day is changed
Total elapsed
time and total
trip distance
Retained
Retained
Retained
Elapsed time
Elapsed time
Elapsed time
and trip distance and trip distance and trip distance
for the week
for the month
for the year
Deleted
Deleted
Deleted
Deleted
Deleted
Retained
Deleted
Retained
Retained
*The trip distance of “Past records” in the data mode is integrated regardless of starting or stopping of the measurement. Therefore, the trip distance may differ from that
in the sports mode which is interlocked with the start/stop of the measurement.
*The measurement time is integrated into the elapsed time.
*Once “MEMORY FULL” appears on the screen, the elapsed time is no longer added.
It will resume when the wristwatch attains an available capacity.
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Setup mode (SETUP)
Switching to Setup mode
Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen, then the
wristwatch switches to the Setup mode automatically.
MENU
(press & hold)
Function in Setup mode
Setup mode is used to change various settings of the wristwatch. Switch the setup
items pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
*Once any setting is changed, confirm it pressing the MENU button.
*Unless you perform an operation within 3 minutes, it returns to Clock mode. In such cases,
any change is not reflected.
*Shortcut from Clock mode or Sports mode does not display the altitude adjusting screen
as shown in the figure below. It directly switches to the setting entry screen.
Setting the
clock/date
Setting the
alarm clock
Setting the tire
circumference
Searching for
sensor ID
(page 50)
(page 51)
(page 52)
(page 53)
Setting the
measurement unit
MODE1
MODE2
(page 55)
(page 60)
Setting sound
Setting the
auto-mode
Total trip distance/total
elapsed time entry
Setting the
record interval
(page 59)
(page 58)
(page 57)
(page 56)
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Setup mode
Correcting the sea
level altitude
Setting the clock/date
CLOCK DATE
Set the “Clock display format”, “Hour”, “Minute”, “Date display format”, “Year”, “Month”
and “Day”.
*Once you change any date in the past, some integrated values for the year, month,
or week in the Data mode “Past records” (page 47) are deleted according to the
relevant changes.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
The wristwatch switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Then, confirm it with the SSS button.
Switch the mode :
MENU
(press & hold) Confirm :
SSS
Display format
2.Select the clock display format.
Select “24h (24 hour)” or “12h (12 hour)” pressing the MODE1
and MODE2 buttons, and confirm with the SSS button.
24h ↔ 12h :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
Hour
3.Enter the “Hour” or “Minute”.
Enter the “Hour” pressing the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, confirm
with the SSS button, and then enter the “Minute” in the same way.
Increase/decrease :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
4.Select the date display format.
Setup mode
Select the date display format from “YY.MM.DD”, “DD.MM.YY”,
and “MM.DD.YY” pressing the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons,
and confirm with the SSS button.
Switch the display :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
5.Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day”.
Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day” in the display order selected
in Step 4 pressing the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, and confirm
with the SSS button. Enter only the last 2 digits of the year.
Increase/decrease :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Minute
Display format
Confirm : SSS
YY/MM/DD
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6.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “CLOCK DATE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
Setting the alarm clock
ALARM
Set the alarm in Clock mode.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “ALARM” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button,
and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3. Select “ON” or “OFF” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
To use the alarm clock, select “ON” and press the SSS button
to proceed to Step 4. Otherwise, select “OFF” to proceed to
Step 5.
ON ↔ OFF:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
Increase/decrease:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Setup mode
*You can set on/off of the alarm clock also in Clock mode.
When it is on, icon appears.
4.Enter “Hour” and “Minute”.
Enter “Hour” pressing the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, and
confirm it pressing the SSS button. Then, enter “Minute” in
the same way.
Confirm : SSS
Hour Minute
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5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “ALARM”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
Setting the tire circumference
TIRE
Set the tire circumference (peripheral length) to SP1 (Speed sensor 1) and SP2 (Speed
sensor 2) synchronized according to “Searching for sensor ID” (page 53).
*For the tire circumference, see “Tire circumference” (page 17).
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “TIRE” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button, and
then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Switch screen :
Sensor currently
selected
Confirm : SSS
Setup mode
Tire circumference
set to the sensor
currently selected
3. Select
(Sensor 1) or
or MODE2 button.
↔
:
(Sensor 2) by pressing the MODE1
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
*When using a wristwatch for a single bicycle, set the tire
circumference to
(Sensor 1) only. When using a wristwatch commonly for two bicycles, sets the tire circumference
of the second bicycle to
(Sensor 2).
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4.Enter the last 2 digits for the tire circumference of the sensor
selected in Step 3 using the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, and
move digits using the SSS button.
Then, enter the first 2 digits in the same way.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Increase/decrease:
Move digits: SSS
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “TIRE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
*Switching to the Sports mode displays the sensor icon ( or
) selected. Even
when a wristwatch is commonly used for 2 bicycles, the speed sensor is recognized
automanically; accordingly, the measurement can be started appropriately (it may
take time to recognize it automatically depending on the situation).
For details, see “Automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID” on page 7.
Searching for sensor ID
SYNC ID
Pairing the wristwatch with the heart rate and speed/cadence sensors.
*This unit requires checking of the sensor ID in order for the wristwatch to receive signals
from the sensors. Once you format the wristwatch, or when you use a new sensor, synchronize the sensor ID according to the following procedure.
*When you use the unit for the first time (at factory default setting), each sensor
ID has been synchronized to the wristwatch in the package; accordingly, the
following procedure is not required.
Setup mode
*To synchronize the sensor ID, each sensor must be near the wristwatch.
*Check that there is not any other sensor of the same type nearby.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “SYNC ID” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button,
and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
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3.Select the sensor ID to be checked.
Select from “HR (heart rate sensor)”, “SP1 (speed sensor 1)”,
and “SP2 (speed sensor 2)” pressing the MODE1 and MODE2
buttons, and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
HR ↔ SP1 ↔ SP2:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
*SP2 is used when a wristwatch is commonly used for 2
bicycles. Once you synchronize the ID of the second bicycle
equipped with a sensor with SP2 in advance, the wristwatch
can identify the second bicycle automatically.
4.Press the SSS button to start searching for the ID.
When you select “SP1” or “SP2”, press the RESET button on
the speed sensor. When you selected “HR”, wear the heart
rate sensor (page 13), or transmit a sensor signal according
to the following simple method below.
When the heart rate or speed/cadence is displayed with
“ID-OK” on the screen, synchronization is completed.
Start searching : SSS
*This unit enters the search mode for 5 minutes after starting
the ID sync. Press the SSS button in the search mode to
cancel the ID synch, and “ID-SKIP” is displayed. If any sensor signal is not received in 5 minutes, “ID-ERROR” is displayed. When “ID-SKIP” or “ID-ERROR” is displayed, the ID
has not been synchronized properly.
*Even when the heart rate sensor is not worn,
it transmits a heart rate signal by rubbing both
electrode pads with your thumbs.
Setup mode
Electrode pad
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “SYNC ID”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
*When you use SP2, set the tire circumference of
the tire circumference” (page 52).
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(Sensor 2) according to “Setting
Setting the measurement unit
UNITS
Change the speed unit and temperature unit.
*Stop measurement and perform the resetting operation (page 27) before you change
the unit. Unless you perform the resetting operation, “DATA RESET” appears on the
screen, preventing change of the unit.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “UNITS” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button,
and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3. Select the speed unit pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
Current speed unit
To switch the speed unit only, proceed to Step 5. To change
the temperature unit afterwards, press the SSS button, and
then proceed to Step 4.
km/h ↔ mph :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
4.Select the temperature unit using the MODE1 and MODE2
buttons.
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “UNITS”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
Current
temperature unit
MENU
*After the measurement unit is switched, the total distance measured in the past is
automatically converted to the new unit.
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Setup mode
˚C ↔ ˚F :
Setting the record interval
SAMPLE RATE
In primary measurement, the measurement data is recorded in the selected intervals
(seconds).
*Stop the measurement and perform the resetting operation (page 27) before you
change the record interval. Unless you perform the resetting operation, “DATA RESET”
appears on the screen, preventing change of the record interval.
*You cannot set the record interval to off.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “SAMPLE RATE” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
button, and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Current
record interval
Confirm : SSS
3.Select “T-10s (10 seconds)”, “T-5s (5 seconds)”, “T-3s (3
seconds)” or “T-2s (2 seconds)” pressing the MODE1 or
MODE2 buttons.
T-10s ↔ T-5s ↔ T-3s ↔ T-2s :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
4.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
Setup mode
to the Setup mode “SAMPLE RATE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
*The wristwatch stores up to 36000 points of data, and the maximum record time
(maximum time up to the memory point utilization of 100%) depends on the intervals
of the seconds selected. The following time lengths can be used as a guideline.
T-10s (at intervals of 10 seconds) : up to 100 hours
T-5s (at intervals of 5 seconds) : up to 50 hours
T-3s (at intervals of 3 seconds) : up to 30 hours
T-2s (at intervals of 2 seconds) : up to 20 hours
*The current memory point utilization can be viewed in the Data mode “File view”
(page 40).
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Total trip distance/total elapsed time entry
TOTAL DATA
You can enter any values to the total trip distance and total elapsed time in the Data
mode “Past records” (page 47), then you can start with the values entered.
The total trip distance and total elapsed time can be retained even after formatting the
wristwatch or replacing the wristwatch.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “TOTAL DATA” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2
button, and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3.For entry, change each digit one by one for the total trip distance
by pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button, and move digits by
pressing the SSS button. (6-digit integer number)
To enter the total trip distance only, proceed to Step 5 after
the entry. To enter the total elapsed time at the same time,
move digits to the far left, and then proceed to Step 4 by
Total trip distance
pressing the SSS button.
Increase/decrease:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Move digits: SSS
Setup mode
4.For entry, change each digit for the total elapsed time by
pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button, and move digits by
pressing the SSS button.
Increase/decrease:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Move digits: SSS
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
Total elapsed time
to the Setup mode “TOTAL DATA”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
MENU
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Setting the auto-mode
AUTO MODE
Switch on/off of the auto-mode (page 26).
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “AUTO MODE” pressing the
MODE1 or MODE2
button, and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
Current setting
3. Select “ON” or “OFF” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
ON ↔ OFF:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
4.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “AUTO MODE”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
Setup mode
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MENU
Setting sound
SOUND
Switch on/off of the button operation sound and target heart rate zone alarm sound.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
2.Switch to “SOUND” pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button,
and then confirm it pressing the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3.Select “ON” or “OFF” of the button operation sound pressing
the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
To switch the button operation sound only, proceed to Step
5. To change also the target heart rate zone alarm sound, press
the SSS button, and then proceed to Step 4.
ON ↔ OFF:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
4.Select “ON” or “OFF” of the target heart rate zone alarm sound
pressing the MODE1 or MODE2 button.
ON ↔ OFF:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
To the mode top/switch the mode :
Setup mode
to the Setup mode “SOUND”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
MENU
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Correcting the sea level altitude
ALT
Correct the sea level altitude.
*Stop the measurement before you change the settings.
*In case of shortcutting from Clock mode or Sports mode, proceed to the step 2
skipping the step 1.
*For details of the altitude, see “Basic knowledge of the altitude measurement” on page 61.
*Press and hold the MODE1 or MODE2 button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press and hold the MENU button in the Clock mode or Sports
mode until “SETUP MENU” appears on the screen.
It switches to “CLOCK DATE” automatically.
Switch modes :
MENU
(press & hold)
Shortcut from the Clock mode or Sports mode
2.Switch to “ALT” using the MODE1 or MODE2 button, and then
confirm it using the SSS button.
Switch screen :
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Confirm : SSS
3.Select
Setup mode
“REF (correcting the sea level altitude)” or “HOME
(home altitude)” with the MODE1 and MODE2 buttons, and
then confirm it with the SSS buttons.
*There are 2 ways to correct the sea level altitude with this unit. One
is REF (correcting the sea level altitude), and HOME (home altitude),
the other. For details, “Sea level altitude correction” on page 61.
4.Select “+” or “-“ of the sea level altitude. Then, change each
digit one by one for the value using the MODE1 and MODE2
buttons, and move digits using the SSS button.
Increase/decrease:
MODE1
(or)
MODE2
Move digits: SSS
*The altitude is entered in 4 digits in the unit of meter, 5
digits in the unit of feet, both in integer numbers.
*Pressing and holding the MODE1 button for 3 seconds confirm the
changes, and shortcuts to the previous Clock mode or Sports mode.
5.Pressing the MENU button confirms the change, and returns
to the Setup mode “ALT”.
Press the MENU button repeatedly to switch to another mode.
To the mode top/switch the mode :
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MENU
Current sea level
altitude
Basic knowledge of the altitude measurement
1 Altitude measurement function
This unit measures the atmospheric pressure using a built-in pressure sensor and
determines the altitude. It estimates the altitude using the relation between the altitude
and pressure of ISO 2533 (Standard atmosphere), which was developed based on the
international standard atmosphere specified by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Generally, a conventional pressure sensor is affected by temperature
and can cause a large margin of error, but this unit is temperature-compensated and
records 1 meter resolution. This unit is designed not to reflect the change in atmospheric pressure to the altitude measurement except during a ride; therefore, the altitude is less prone to weather changes, so while not in motion, value shift is minimal.
*The altitude measurement may change temporarily when going outside from an indoor
room. This is due to a rapid temperature change, and is not a malfunction. It will return
to the normal value after a while.
Sea level altitude correction
There are 2 ways to correct the sea level altitude with this unit. It is recommended to
correct the sea level altitude just before measurement, taking either following methods.
*The sea level altitude correction screen is displayed in Setup mode in the MENU, or is
shortcut to from the orthrometric height screen in Clock mode or in Sports mode.
• REF (sea level altitude correction): Enter the altitude at the current point.
Enter the actual value at the point where the sea level altitude is
well known, such as along the seashore, or at a sign on the mountain, etc.
*Press and hold MODE1 and SSS, or MODE2 and SSS, simultaneously
on the setting screen to reset the corrected value to the default value (a
value according to ISO2533).
• HOME (home altitude setting): Apply the altitude set beforehand.
Preset the sea level altitude at your home in advance. Move to the ALT
HOME screen, and then return to Clock mode or Sports mode by
pressing MENU or the relevant shortcut. Then, the sea level altitude
changes to the preset value. You can start with the correct sea level
altitude by setting home altitude before starting from your home.
Timing for updating the sea level altitude, ascending
altitude, and temperature
The timing for updating the sea level altitude, ascending altitude, and temperature
data differs depending on whether the Sports mode is in measurement or is
stopped.
Condition
Timing for updating
When the Sports mode is in measurement, and a speed sensor signal is received
5 seconds
When the Sports mode is stopped, or no speed sensor signal is received
5 minutes
*This is also valid in Clock mode.
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2 Relation between the altitude and atmospheric pressure
The higher the altitude, the lower the atmospheric pressure. At an altitude of 500 m
or less, the pressure changes by 12 hPa per 100 m of altitude.
3 Knowledge related to weather and altitude
The change in atmospheric pressure when the weather changes from a good condition such
as clear and sunny, to a bad condition such as rainy and cloudy is equivalent to the ascending
altitude of about 100 m. Thunder storms will be result in even larger changes. Furthermore,
the atmospheric pressure measurements may change more than 30 m in altitude change from
sunrise to sunset even under stable clear weather conditions.
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Heart rate training
This section is just a general overview of training with heart rate data. For more
complete information, there are books and websites with more in-depth information.
Generally, the heart rate increases during exercise, getting higher in conjunction with
the intensity of the workout. The measurement of your heart beat is a good indicator
of the intensity of your workout. By setting target HR (heart rate) zones and sticking
to pre-set exercises, you will be able to work out more efficiently. Before beginning a
training program, be sure to first consult a medical specialist or sports trainer.
1 Target heart rate zone
Bicycling is one of the best activities to improve your general fitness. To improve
your overall fitness through bicycling, set a target heart rate zone from between
30% and 70% of your maximum HR, depending on your physical strength. For
best results, exercise consistently in this zone for periods of at least 20-30 minutes,
3 or more times a week. Obtain your target heart rate zone from either of the 2
ways below.
Training level for improving general fitness
Check the training level according to your age using the graph below. For beginners, it is recommended to start with the level of 30% of your max. From this
point, gradually increase the level according to your fitness level and experience.
Training at levels over 70% of your HR max will focus more on anaerobic exercise, and less on aerobic exercise. Weight loss usually occurs through longer
rides (over 1 hour) at lower HR levels.
200
PULSE RATE (bpm)
MAX
IMUM
180
HEA
RT R
80%
160
140
(204
– 0.6
9x A
GE)
70%
60%
50%
120
ATE
TARGET
ZONE
40%
30%
100
190
–A
180
–
GE
AG
E
Exercise Level
90
20
AGE
30
40
50
60
70
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Obtaining individual heart rate zone for building up power
Athletic ability is different from person to person. The effective and reasonable target
heart rate zone has to be obtained from the actual ride data. A time trial for 20 minutes
or 5 km (hereinafter abbreviated as TT) is required to measure the actual data. Perform
the TT under the following conditions, according to the specified procedure.
*TT is a training item, in which riders bicycle a specified distance at full speed.
The last half is especially a very physically demanding workout. Maintain the
pace so that you can ride the specified distance at a stable speed.
Conditions for time trials
For the TT measurement, a continuous ride for 20 minutes is ideal. When
such a course that you can ride continuously for 20 minutes is not available,
use a 5 km course that you can ride continuously. Measure the course distance
in advance, and specify the start and goal points. Repeat the TT twice, and
calculate the average of the average heart rates in the 2 sessions, which will
be used as an average level for setting the zone.
Procedures for time trial measurements
Caution:
• Maintain a good physical condition. If you have any worries, consult with
a doctor before you attempt any time trial.
• Do not perform any TT on a road where many signals are located and the
traffic is heavy.
• Be sure to pay attention to the road ahead during a TT.
*Perform a TT in a week which is scheduled with relatively mild training.
*Warm up sufficiently at least for 30 minutes before you attempt any TT.
*Select the manual measurement (on page 27).
1.Stop your bicycle at the start point, and reset the wristwatch.
2.Press the SSS button to start the TT.
Gradually accelerate up to a stable speed in the first 1-minute. Keep up the
intensity level that you feel is moderately difficult. Set a pace so that you
do not slow down in the last half, and maintain the pace to the finish.
3. Once you reach the goal, stop the measurement by pressing the SSS button.
4.Cool down for 30 minutes while drinking some water.
5.Repeat the TT once more.
Repeat Steps 1 to 3.
6.Check the measurement data.
Record the average heart rate of two TT data from the Data mode “File view”
(page 40). Record the other data (time, average cadence, average speed,
etc.) for your reference.
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7.Obtain your target heart rate zone from the table below according to the
average heart rate recorded.
e.g.) Average heart rate at 20 minutes time trial is 100%.
Heart rate zone level
1 (Active Recovery)
2 (Endurance)
3 (Tempo)
4 (Lactate Threshold)
5 (VO2 Max)
Lower limit
0%
65 %
80 %
91 %
102 %
Upper limit
64 %
79 %
90 %
101 %
112 %
*An elite ride should set the value 4% lower than those values above.
For example, when the average heart rate at 20 minutes time trial is 175
bpm, the zone is categorized as the table shown below.
Heart rate zone level
1 (Active Recovery)
2 (Endurance)
3 (Tempo)
4 (Lactate Threshold)
5 (VO2 Max)
Lower limit
Upper limit
0
114
139
159
178
112
138
158
177
196
8.Set the calculated value to the heart rate target zone.
*For details of setting the heart rate target zone, see “Setting the target heart
rate zones” in Option mode (page 37).
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2 Training for competition
Measure your resting heart rate just after waking in the morning and your maximum
heart rate (perhaps during competition). Then set your target zone according to
your goal:
A) For recovery, endurance training, and weight loss :
60% - 70% (aerobic exercise)
B) For quality endurance and tempo training :
70% - 80% (aerobic exercise)
C) For increasing TT and race ability, and VO2 max :
85% + (anaerobic exercise)
D) For anaerobic capacity and sprinting :
92.5% + (anaerobic exercise)
(Target heart rate) - (Resting heart rate)
Training level (%) =
x 100
(Maximum heart rate) - (Resting heart rate)
Target heart rate = (Maximum heart rate - Resting heart rate) x
Training level (%)
100
+ Resting heart rate
Resting heart rate
Your resting heart rate is usually the lowest recorded rate soon after waking
up in the morning.
Maximum heart rate
The following calculations are generally used: (220 - age) or (204 - 0.69 x age).
For more precise figure, consult a training specialist.
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3 Use of the target zone
When the heart rate is out of the zone during the measurement, the wristwatch
sounds an alarm and notifies the rider by flashing . The heart rate zone is selected from 5 predetermined zones.
For a training aiming at a heart rate of 140 to 160 bpm, select HR.ZONE:3 as shown
below. Then, the wristwatch sounds an alarm when the heart rate falls below 140
bpm, or rises above 160 bpm. Once the target zone is set to On, the relevant data
are recorded and the time in the zone, time above the zone, and time below the
zone and their percentages can be viewed in the file view (page 40).
*The alarm sound is interlocked with the start/stop of the measurement.
*You can enter any upper/lower limit to each zone.
*Select “OFF” of the target heart rate zone, select Zones 1 to 5, change the upper
and lower limits, and select “ON” or “OFF” of the zone sound in the Option mode
“Setting the target heart rate zones” (page 37). You can select “ON” or “OFF” of
the zone sound also in the Setup mode “Setting sound” (page 59).
Heart rate 60
bpm
HR.ZONE :1
100 - 120 bpm
HR.ZONE :2
120 - 140 bpm
HR.ZONE :3
140 - 160 bpm
HR.ZONE :4
160 - 180 bpm
HR.ZONE :5
180 - 200 bpm
80
100
120
140
160
ZONE:1
180
200
Heart rate zone
ZONE:2
Alarm
ZONE:3
Target training zone
Alarm
ZONE:4
ZONE:5
Default zone
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Trouble shooting
If a malfunction occurs, check the following before contacting CatEye or your retailer
for repair or service.
Trouble on display
Trouble
Check Items
Display motion becomes Is the surrounding temperature
slower.
low (below zero degree Celsius
or 32 degrees Fahrenheit)?
The remaining battery capacicon appears.
ity for the wristwatch is low.
“STOP” appears.
The stop reminder function
(page 27) is activated.
“MEMORY” icon flashes on The remaining wristwatch
the screen every 2 min- memory capacity is low.
utes.
“MEMORY FULL” icon The data volume exceeded the
flashes on the screen every wristwatch memory capacity
during measurement.
2 minutes.
No displays appear.
Is the battery for the wristwatch empty?
Remedy
Temperatures below freezing may result in
slower screen response. Data is not affected.
Replace it with a new battery (CR2430). After
replacement, be sure to perform the restarting
operation (page 14).
Once any sensor signal is received, the stop
reminder is canceled.
Ignore this during measurement.
It is recommended to delete the files (page
45).
*When using the optional “USB communication
kit”, delete the files after you send the saved
files to your PC.
Measurement data can no longer be recorded.
Delete the files (page 45).
*When using the optional “USB communication
kit”, delete the files after you send the saved
files to your PC.
Replace it with a new battery (CR2430). After
replacement, be sure to perform the restarting
operation (page 14).
Perform the restarting operation (page 14).
Meaningless display appears.
Cannot measure the current Is the Speed and Cadence If icon is off, the wristwatch cannot receive
speed or cadence.
sensor icon on ?
any data. Press the MODE1 or MODE2 button to
cancel the transmission sleep (page 23).
Check whether the distance Adjust the position of the speed/cadence sensor
between the speed/cadence and that of the magnet correctly. (See “Bicycle
sensor and the magnet is too Installation” on page 10).
large.
Is the sensor zone of the
speed/cadence sensor off the
center of the magnet?
Has the power-saving mode Press the MENU button to switch to Sports
been activated, entering
mode.
Clock mode?
The display may be delayed depending on the
wireless transmission condition. Check whether
any speed signal is received by spinning the
wheel for a while.
*For details, see “Automatic recognition of the
speed sensor ID” on page 7.
Is the battery for the speed Replace it with a new battery (CR2032).
sensor empty?
Did you perform the format- The sensor ID was deleted by formatting. Synting operation?
chronize the speed sensor ID again (page 53).
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Trouble
Check Items
Remedy
Measure the current speed, Is the connection on the ca- The continuity on the cadence side of the speed
but cannot measure the ca- dence side of the speed sen- sensor is bad.
dence.
sor dirty?
Loosen the set screw on the cadence side to
remove the cadence sensor. Clean the pins with
a dry cloth and replace the sensor. After cleaning,
adjust the distance to the magnet, and then
firmly secure the sensor.
Heart rate signals are not Is the Heart rate sensor icon If
icon is off, the wristwatch cannot receive
received.
on ?
any data. Press the MODE1 or MODE2 button to
cancel the transmission sleep (page 23).
Has the power-saving mode Press the MENU button to switch to Sports
been activated, entering
mode.
Clock mode?
Is the heart rate sensor attached securely to your
body?
Dry skin
(particularly in winter)
Is the battery for the heart rate
sensor used up?
Adjust the electrode pad with its rubber surface
to have a good contact with the body.
Slightly moisten the electrode pad of the heart
rate sensor.
Replace it with a new battery (CR2032).
Check whether
lights up The remaining battery capacity of the wristwatch
is low. Replace it with a new battery (CR2430).
on the wristwatch screen.
After replacement, be sure to perform the restarting operation (page 14).
Is the electrode pad overly Replace it with a new heart rate sensor.
worn and damaged after long
use?
Did you perform the format- The sensor ID was deleted by formatting. Synchronize the heart rate sensor ID again (page 53).
ting operation?
Fluctuation in the heart rate
indicator, for example it returns to zero and then the
heart rate is measured
again.
Moving the main unit away
from your body will prevent
measurement of the heart
rate.
Is the electrode pad being To wear the electrode pad correctly, follow the
worn correctly?
instructions for wearing the heart rate sensor
(page 13).
lights up The remaining battery capacity of the wristwatch
Check whether
is low. Replace it with a new battery (CR2430).
on the wristwatch screen.
After replacement, be sure to perform the restarting operation (page 14).
Is the battery for the heart rate Replace it with a new battery (CR2032).
sensor used up?
The sea level altitude display Have you corrected the sea The sea level altitude may have errors due to the
is wrong.
level altitude?
change in atmospheric pressure. Correct the sea
level altitude before use (page 60).
Some values in the Data Did you change any date in Some values for the year, month, or week are
mode “Past records” have the past according to “Setting deleted according to the relevant changes. For
been reset.
the clock/date”?
details, see page 48.
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Trouble on operation
Trouble
Check Items
Pressing and holding the Check whether the Setup
MODE1 or MODE2 button mode is displayed (page 49).
does not turn on a light.
Check whether
lights up
on the wristwatch screen.
Remedy
The backlight does not turn on in the Setup
mode.
The remaining battery capacity of the wristwatch
is low. Replace it with a new battery (CR2430).
After replacement, be sure to perform the restarting operation (page 14).
Pressing the SSS button Check whether the auto-mode When the auto-mode is on (
icon appears),
does not start/stop mea- is turned on (with
illumi- you cannot start or stop the measurement by
surement.
nating).
pressing the button. To start/stop measurement
by pressing the SSS button, switch the automode to off (page 58).
The heart rate sensor
The battery for the heart rate sensor (speed
(speed sensor) ID check
sensor) is possibly depleted. After replacing the
failed.
battery with a new one (CR2032), check the
sensor ID again (page 53).
Lap data cannot be stored. Check whether “--” appears The data volume exceeds the wristwatch memfor the Lap No. screen.
ory capacity. Delete the files (page 45).
*When using the optional “USB communication
kit”, delete the files after you send the saved
files to your PC.
Does the lap time exceed 100 Laps cannot be measured, if recordable range
hours (or the interval distance described on the left is exceeded. Reset the data
exceed 9999.99 km/mile) ? (page 27), and then perform measurement again.
Is it immediately after press- Recording laps needs at least 5 seconds of interval.
ing the LAP button?
Abnormal values appear.
Are there any objects emitting
electromagnetic waves (railway
tracks, transmitting stations
for television, etc.) nearby?
Is it during measurement?
Any setting cannot be
changed in Option mode or
Setup mode.
Check whether the auto-mode
is on ( lights up).
The record data in the File
view cannot be viewed to
the end.
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Keep the unit away from any object that may be
causing interference, and reset the data (page
27).
Settings can be only viewed during the measurement.
When the auto-mode is on (
lights up), the
wristwatch may enter measurement mode due
to electromagnetic waves. Keep the unit away
from any object that may be causing interference
with electromagnetic waves.
Check whether “DATA RESET” To change the target heart rate zone, measureis displayed.
ment unit, and record interval, the resetting
operation is required. Stop the measurement,
and perform the resetting operation (page 27).
Check whether
The data volume exceeds the wristwatch mem“MEMORY FULL” is
ory capacity. The data was saved automatically
displayed on the screen
during measurement, and any subsequent data
during measurement.
was no longer recorded. Delete the files for
subsequent measurement (page 45).
*When using the optional “USB communication
kit”, delete the files after you send the saved
files to your PC.
Water resistance of the wristwatch
The wristwatch is water-resistant up to 100 feet (30 meters). Refer to the following
for proper use.
Before aquatic and outdoor activities
Caution:
• The heart rate sensor and speed sensor are waterproof, but should not be used for
underwater activities.
• Wash with pure water and wipe off any salt and dirt, after using in seawater or outdoors.
• Do not press any button when wet.
Waterproof Capability
Rain, splash, etc.
OK
Shower (hot water, and cold water)
OK
Mild swimming (water depth: shallow)
OK
Diving, surfing, and other marine sports
(water depth: shallow)
NO!
Snorkeling (water depth: deep)
NO!
Replacing battery
The Q3a comes with factory-installed batteries. When a battery is empty, replace it
with a new one according to the following instructions.
Warning!!!: Safely dispose of the old batteries, and do not place them within reach
of children. If a battery is swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
*When any battery for the wristwatch, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor is depleted,
we recommend replacing all batteries at the same time.
*The battery life shown in this manual is not definitive and it varies depending on the
use environment.
*The battery cover sealing is critical to maintain the waterproof feature. When the battery
cover and the o-ring are dirty, wipe off carefully and check that it is installed properly.
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Wristwatch
Battery life: Approx. 1 year when used for 1 hour per day.
*When the remaining battery capacity is low,
lights up.
1.Open the battery cover of the wristwatch
using a coin, etc.
2. Turn the inner cover to the open position using
a coin, remove this, and insert a new lithium
battery (CR2430) with the (+) side up.
*Do not turn the inner cover excessively.
Otherwise, the tab may be damaged.
3. Turn the inner cover to the closed position.
Check that the cut-out portion of the inner
cover faces the pin, and the 2 tabs are fixed.
4.Press the AC button beside the inner cover
using a tool with a pointed tip.
5.Check that an o-ring is installed to the
groove on the wristwatch, and firmly close
the battery cover.
6.After replacement, be sure to perform the
restarting operation (page 14) to set the
current time and date.
Battery cover
Inner cover
CR2430
Open
Close
Open position
Tab
Closed position
Pin
Cut-out portion
Pin
O-ring
AC button
Heart rate sensor
Close
Battery life: Approx. 1 year when worn for 1 hour per day.
1.Remove the battery cover on the back of the heart rate
sensor using a coin, or the equivalent.
2.Insert new lithium batteries (CR2032) with the (+) sign
upward, and close the battery cover firmly.
*The heart rate sensor consumes power when worn. Remove the
heart rate sensor whenever measurement is not performed.
Open
CR2032
Speed sensor
Battery life: Approx. 1 year when used for 1 hour per day.
1.Remove the battery cover on the speed sensor using a
coin, or the equivalent.
2.Insert new lithium batteries (CR2032) with the (+) sign
upward, and close the battery cover firmly.
3.After replacing batteries, be sure to check that the posi-
tions of the magnet and sensor are correct and they are
secured firmly.
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Close
Open
CR2032
Maintenance
Regularly perform the following instructions to prolong the life of your Q3a.
• Regularly check that the positions of the magnets and sensors are correct, and they
are secured firmly.
• When the wristwatch, heart rate sensor, and speed sensor are dirty, wash them with
water or wipe them with a soft cloth dampened with diluted neutral detergent, then
wipe with dry cloth. Do not use solvents such as benzine or rubbing alcohol as they
may damage the surfaces.
• The heart rate strap absorbs sweat easily, and leaving it as such is unsanitary. Wash
with neutral detergent and keep it clean.
Spare accessories
Standard accessories
#240-0570
Parts kit
#160-2385N
Speed sensor kit
#160-2390N
Heart rate sensor kit
#169-9766
Cadence magnet
#160-2395
HR Strap
#240-0580
Lithium-battery (CR2430)
for wristwatches
#240-0575
Bracket Handlebar-mount
#169-9691
Wheel magnet
#166-5150
Lithium-battery (CR2032)
for sensors
Optional accessories
#240-0590
USB communication kit
(included with the Windows version of e-Train Data™)
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Flow of the screen
Clock mode
Day of the week
Altitude
M1
Clock
CLOCK MENU
M1
1
Temperature
Date
MENU
M2
Sports mode
Current speed
Heart rate
SPORTS MENU
Average speed
Cadence
M1
Elapsed time
Average
heart rate
Average
cadence
Elapsed time
M1
MENU
M2
Current speed
MENU
Heart rate
Current speed
Cadence
M2
MENU
Trip distance
MENU
SETUP MENU
Heart rate
Cadence
Training function*
M2
Setup mode
M1
ALARM
Setting the alarm clock
M2
M2
M1
2
M1
CLOCK DATE
Setting the clock/date
M2
1
M2
ALT
Correcting the sea level
altitude
M2
SOUND
Setting sound
M1
Option mode
OPTION MENU
CD.TIMER
Setting the training
function
2
M1
HR ZONE
Setting the target
heart rate zone
MENU
MENU
M2
DATA MENU
Data mode
M2
M1
FILE
File view
M2
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M1
PC LINK
PC link
MENU
MENU
M1
M1
MODE1
M2
M2
MODE1
MODE2
MENU
(press & hold)
M1
Maximum speed
Maximum
heart rate
Maximum
cadence
Elapsed time
Current speed
Heart rate
1
M1
Altitude
Heart rate
M1
M2
Cadence
Lap timer
Elapsed time
TIRE
Setting the tire
circumference
M1
Calorie Consumption
Heart rate
M2
Cadence
Clock
M1
UNITS
Setting the measurement unit
M2
M2
M2
M2
TOTAL DATA
Total trip distance/total
elapsed time entry
M1
Slope angle
Elapsed time
Current speed
Cadence
SYNC ID
Setting the sensor ID
AUTO MODE
Setting the auto-mode
M1
Heart rate
Current speed
Heart rate
M2
Ascending altitude
Temperature
M1
M2
MODE2
MENU
M2
M1
SAMPLE RATE
Setting the
record interval
M1
* Training function: Displays one of the following: countdown distance, countdown time, and
interval.
VIEW LOG
Log data
M2
M1
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Specifications
Measurement function
Upper display
Current speed
Average speed
Maximum speed
Altitude
Ascending altitude
Average lap speed
Maximum lap speed
Middle display
Heart rate
Average heart rate
Maximum heart rate
Average lap heart rate
Maximum lap heart rate
Cadence
Average cadence
Maximum cadence
Average lap cadence
Maximum lap cadence
Temperature
Slope angle
Lap number
Lower display
Elapsed time
Trip distance
Countdown distance
Countdown time
0.0 (4.0) – 150.0 km/h
0.0 (3.0) – 93.0 mph] (For 27-inch tire size)
0.0 – 150.0 km/h [0.0 – 93.0 mph]
0.0 (4.0) – 150.0 km/h [0.0 (3.0) – 93.0 mph]
-500 – 9000 m [-1640 – 29600 ft]
0 – 99999 m [ft]
0.0 – 150.0 km/h [0.0 – 93.0 mph]
0.0 (4.0) – 150.0 km/h [0.0 (3.0) – 93.0 mph]
0 (30) – 240 bpm
0 – 240 bpm
0 (30) – 240 bpm
0 – 240 bpm
0 (30) – 240 bpm
0 (20) – 199 rpm
0 – 199 rpm
0 (20) – 199 rpm
0 – 199 rpm
0 (20) – 199 rpm
-10 – +50 ˚C [+14 – +122 ˚F ]
0 – ±99 % (100 % = 45°)
01 – 99
0:00’00”0 – 0:59’59”9 / 1:00’00” – 99:59’59”
0.00 – 9999.99 km [mile]
9999.90 – 0.00 km [mile] (setting range : 9999.9 – 0.0 km [mile])
99:59’00” – 0:00’00” (setting range : 99:59’ – 0:00’)
99:59’59” – 1:00’00” / 0:59’59”9 – 0:00’00”0
Interval timer
(setting range : 99:59’59” – 0:00’00”)
Recovery time
0:00’00”0 – 0:59’59”9 / 1:00’00” – 99:59’59”
Lap timer
00’00”0 – 0:59’59”9 / 1:00’00” – 99:59’59”
Calorie consumption
0 – 999999 kcal (calculation-based estimation only)
0:00’00” – 23:59’59” [AM 1:00’00” – PM 12:59’59”]
Clock
(Both 12 and 24-hour modes can be selected)
Date
00.01.01 – 99.12.31 (display format can be switched)
Lap time
00’00”0 – 0:59’59”9 / 1:00’00” – 99:59’59”
Split time
00’00”0 – 0:59’59”9 / 1:00’00” – 99:59’59”
Lap (With the real time lap function)
Lap display:
Upper display (average lap speed, maximum lap speed)
Middle display (average lap heart rate, lap number, maximum lap heart rate)
Lower display (lap time, split time)
Real time lap display:
Upper display (average lap speed, maximum lap speed)
Middle display (average lap heart rate, maximum lap heart rate, cadence)
Lower display (lap timer, lap distance)
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Interval
Upper display (current speed, average speed, and maximum speed)
Middle display (current heart rate, average heart rate, maximum heart rate, current cadence,
average cadence, and maximum cadence)
Lower display (interval time, number of intervals, trip distance in an interval, and recovery time)
Saving the data
Saves the data at the time of resetting
(The oldest file will be deleted automatically when exceeding 30 files)
(The oldest file will be deleted and the data during the measurement will be saved automatically when “MEMORY FULL” is displayed.)
Control system
8 bit one-chip microcomputer, crystal oscillator
Display system
Liquid crystal display (EL backlight)
Speed/Cadence sensor signal detection system
Noncontact magnetic sensor
Sensor signal transmission and reception
2.4 GHz ISM Band (With ID. Two IDs of SP1 and SP2 can be set for the speed sensor.)
Sensor coverage distance
5 m (above 5 m, transmission distance may vary due to environmental conditions)
Operating temperature range
32 °F – 104 °F [0 °C – 40 °C]
(This product will not function appropriately when exceeding the working temperature range. Slow
response or black LCD at lower or higher temperature may happen respectively.)
Storage temperature range
-4 °F – 122 °F [-20 °C – 50 °C]
Wheel circumference set range
0100 to 3999 mm: 1 size for each speed sensor ID (default setting: SP1 = 2096, SP2 = 2050)
Power supply/battery life
Wristwatch
: CR2430 x 1 / Approx. 1 year (When using 1 hour/day)
Heart rate sensor : CR2032 x 1 / Approx. 1 year (When worn about 1 hour per day)
Speed sensor
: CR2032 x 1 / Approx. 1 year (When using 1 hour/day)
Dimensions/Weight
Wristwatch
: 55.0 x 46.5 x 15.0 mm (excluding the projection and belt) / 56.4 g (With
batteries)
Heart rate sensor : 12-13/16” x 1-1/4” x 1/2” (325.0 x 31.4 x 12.2 mm) / 1.41 oz (40 g) (With
batteries)
Speed sensor
: 2-9/16” x 3-9/16” x 9/16” (65.0 x 90.5 x 14.4 mm) / 1.25 oz (36 g)
(With batteries)
*When the elapsed time exceeds 100 hours, or the trip distance exceeds 9999.99 km/h, “E” appears in place
of the average speed.
* When the elapsed time exceeds 100 hours, “E” appears in place of the average heart rate and average cadence.
*Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice, due to modifications or improvements.
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Registration
CATEYE Web Site (http://www.cateye.com)
For warranty service you must register your product. Please register your Q3a as
soon as possible. CATEYE provides regular technical support and new product
information as much as possible. Please register on-line through the “Support”
page on our web site. You will need the product’s 7 -digit number (marked on the
battery cover) to register your product.
Limited warranty
2-Year: wristwatch, heart rate sensor and speed sensor
(Not including depletion of batteries)
CatEye products are warranted to be free of defects from materials and workmanship for a period of two years from original purchase. If the product fails to work
during normal use, CatEye will repair or replace the defect at no charge. Service
must be performed by CatEye or an authorized retailer. To return the product, pack
it carefully and enclose the warranty certificate (proof or purchase) with instruction
for repair. Please write or type your name and address clearly on the warranty
certificate. Insurance, handling and transportation charges to CatEye shall be borne
by person desiring service.
For UK and REPUBLIC OF IRELAND consumers, please return to the place of
purchase. This does not affect your statutory rights.
CO.,LTD.
Service & Research Address for USA:
CatEye North America
2300 Central Ave Suite L Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: 303.443.4595
Fax: 303.473.0006
Toll Free: 800.5CATEYE
E-mail:service@cateye.com
URL:
http://www.cateye.com
Japan Office:
2-8-25, Kuwazu, Higashi Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 546-0041 Japan
Attn: CATEYE Customer Service Section
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Index
2.4 GHz digital wireless system.......... 6
H
A
Heart rate sensor.............................. 13
Heart rate training............................. 63
HOME (home altitude setting)........... 61
Accessories......................................... 8
Alarm clock mode............................. 24
Altitude measurement......................... 6
Automatic recognition of the
speed sensor ID.................................. 7
Auto-mode
(automatic measurement)................. 26
B
Backlight........................................... 23
Basic knowledge of the altitude
measurement.................................... 61
Bicycle Installation............................ 10
C
Clock mode (CLOCK)........................ 24
Communication between your PC
and this unit...................................... 46
Correcting the sea level altitude
(ALT)................................................. 60
Countdown distance......................... 32
Countdown time................................ 32
D
Data mode (DATA)............................ 39
Data to be sent from this unit to
your PC............................................. 47
Deleting files..................................... 45
Display data in Sports mode....... 28, 29
F
File view (FILE)................................. 40
Flow of the screen............................. 74
Formatting.................................. 14, 21
I
Interval.............................................. 33
Interval time...................................... 33
L
Lap function...................................... 30
Lap time............................................ 31
Limited warranty............................... 78
M
Maintenance...................................... 73
Manual measurement....................... 27
Memory point................................... 41
O
Operation test................................... 19
Option mode (OPTION)..................... 36
P
Pace function.................................... 30
Past records (VIEW LOG)................. 47
PC link (PC LINK).............................. 45
Power-saving mode.......................... 23
Preparing the wristwatch.................. 14
R
Real time lap data............................. 31
Recovery time................................... 33
REF (sea level altitude correction).... 61
Registration...................................... 78
Replacing battery.............................. 71
Resetting........................................... 27
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Restarting................................... 14, 21
T
S
Target heart rate zone................. 35, 63
Tire circumference............................ 17
Tire circumference reference table.... 17
Total trip distance/total elapsed
time entry (TOTAL DATA)................. 57
Training for competition.................... 66
Training function............................... 32
Transmission sleep mode................. 23
Trouble shooting............................... 68
Saving and managing the files.......... 40
Screen display..................................... 9
Searching for sensor ID (SYNC ID).... 53
Setting sound (SOUND).................... 59
Settings to be changed from your PC.... 47
Setting the alarm clock (ALARM)...... 51
Setting the auto-mode
(AUTO MODE)................................... 58
Setting the clock/date
(CLOCK DATE).................................. 50
Setting the measurement unit
(UNITS)............................................. 55
Setting the record interval
(SAMPLE RATE)............................... 56
Setting the target heart rate zones
(HR ZONE)........................................ 37
Setting the tire circumference (TIRE).... 52
Setting the training function
(CD.TIMER)...................................... 36
Setup mode (SETUP)........................ 49
Spare accessories............................. 73
Specifications.................................... 76
Split time........................................... 31
Sports mode (SPORTS).................... 25
Starting/Stopping measurement....... 26
Stop reminder................................... 27
Switching between modes................ 22
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U
Use of the target zone....................... 67
V
Viewing the contents in a file............ 42
Viewing the lap data.......................... 44
W
Water resistance............................... 71
Wristwatch memory capacity limit.... 40
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请填入手表后盖上刻印的7位数字。
Fiche d’enregistrement
Registrierungskarte
Registratiekaart
Tarjeta de registro
Name
ユーザー登録カード
Scheda di registrazione
用戶登記卡
用户登记卡
®
Serial No *1
お名前(フリガナ)
Nom
Nome
Name
姓名
Naam
姓名
Nombre
シリアルNo
No. de série
Seriennr
Numero di matricola
Serienummer 產品編號
Nº de serie
产品编号
Address
ご住所
Adresse Indirizzo
Adresse 地址
Adres
地址
Dirección
E-mail address
Phone
電話番号
Téléphone
Telefon
Telefoon
Teléfono
Numero di telefono
電話號碼
电话号码
Eメールアドレス
Adresse e-mail
Indirizzo e-mail
E-mail-Adresse
郵箱地址
E-mailadres
邮箱地址
Dirección de correo electrónico
Dealer or Shop name
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Nom du magasin ou du revendeur
Nome del punto vendita
Name des Händlers oder des Geschäfts 經銷商名
Dealer of Naam van winkel
经销商名
Nombre del proveedor o de la tienda
Dealer or Shop address
所在地
Adresse du magasin ou du revendeur
Indirizzo del punto vendita
Adresse des Händlers oder des Geschäfts 經銷商地址
Dealer of Adres van winkel
经销商地址
Dirección del proveedor o de la tienda
The date of purchase
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Date d’achat
Kaufdatum
Datum van aankoop
Fecha de compra
Data di acquisto
購入日期
购入日期
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Ihr Name oder Ihre E-Mail-Adresse wird weder weiterverkauft noch an eine andere Firma weitergegeben.
Uw naam, adres of e-mailadres zullen niet beschikbaar worden gesteld aan derden.
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INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
保証書
CERTIFICAT DE GARANTIE INTERNATIONALE INTERNATIONAAL GARANTIECERTIFICAAT
CERTIFICATO DI GARANZIA INTERNAZIONALE
INTERNATIONALES GARANTIEZERTIFIKAT CERTIFICADO DE GARANTÍA INTERNACIONAL 國際保固證明書 国际保固证明书
U.S. Pat. Nos. and Design Pat. Pending
Copyright© 2010 CATEYE Co., Ltd.
MSCCY3-100816
*1 Please fill with 7-digits numbers marked on the battery cover of main unit.
リストウォッチ裏面のバッテリーカバーに記載の7桁の数字をご記入ください。
Veuillez indiquer le numéro à 7 chiffres indiqué sur le couvercle de la pile de l’unité principale.
Geben Sie bitte die siebenstellige Nummer an, die auf der Batterieabdeckung der Haupteinheit steht.
Vul de 7-cijferige nummers in die op de batterijendeksel van de computer staan.
Por favor, complete el número de 7 dígitos mostrado en la tapa de las pilas de la unidad principal).
Inserire il codice di 7 cifre indicato sul coperchio del vano batterie dell’unità principale.
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購買者的姓名
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Serial No *1
购买者的姓名/地址
DEALER'S NAME/ADDRESS
DATE OF PURCHASE
經銷商的姓名
購買日期
販売店名・住所
NOM/ADRESSE DU DISTRIBUTEUR
NAME UND ANSCHRIFT DES HÄNDLERS
NAAM/ADRES VERKOPER
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DATE D’ACHAT
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