INSTRUCTION MANUAL
OMRON Pedometer
Model
HJ-005
CONTENTS
Before Using the Unit
Thank you very much for
purchasing the OMRON
Pedometer.
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Safety Information ........................ 2
Features of the Pedometer
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Name of Parts .............................. 3
Please read this Instruction Manual before using
the product to ensure
safe and correct use.
How to Use the Unit
Please keep this Instruction Manual always at
hand for your future
reference.
Troubleshooting
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How to Attach the Pedometer ......
How to Start .................................
How to Adjust the Sensitivity ........
Replacement of Battery ...............
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How to Care and Store the Unit .... 8
When Problem Occurs ................. 9
Specifications ............................. 10
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Before Using the Unit
Safety Information
Please read this section carefully before using this unit
Warning
Keep the unit out of reach of young children. If a child swallows
battery, cover, or screw, consult a doctor immediately.
Caution
• Do not disassemble, repair, or modify the unit.
It may cause damage, or accident.
• Do not throw the battery into fire. It may cause explosion.
General Advice
• Avoid exposing the unit to strong shock.
• Do not force open the main unit.
• Do not press too hard or twist the clip.
• The main unit is not waterproof. Do not wash it or touch it with
wet hands.
Features of the Pedometer HJ-005
❑ The measurement sensitivity of the number of steps
can be personalized according to the requirement
of each user.
❑ Large and clear display of the number of steps for
easy reading.
❑ Ease of usage
❑ A spring clip is provided for easy attachment of
the unit.
❑ Compact and simple design
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Before Using The Unit
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Name of Parts
RESET Button
Tab
Front Case
Digital Display
ADJ. Knob
Hole to Thread
with a Cord
Back Case
Clip
Battery Cover
Screw of
battery cover
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Insulation Film
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How To Use the Unit
How to Attach the Pedometer
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Attach the unit to your belt or to the
top of your shorts or pants.
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The unit must be horizontal to the
ground in order for it to function
correctly.
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The case should be closed during
use, and opened only to see the
readings. (The unit will not count
steps if the case is open.)
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To prevent the unit from dropping,
we recommend that you use a cord
to tie it to your belt.
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Your Pedometer may not be able to display the step
count correctly when:
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Walking at an inconsistent or irregular pace, as in
crowded places.
Walking or jogging in sandals, clogs, slippers etc.
Engaging in intense sports or exercises with varying
up and down movement, e.g. climbing the stairs .
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How to Start
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1. Turn on the pedometer by pulling
out the insulation film.
2. Attach the unit securely to your belt,
trousers, skirt, or jersey pants with
the clip.
3. Push out the tab forward to open
the front case. Press the RESET
Button to reset the number on
the display to 00000. Close the
front case.
4. Walk 100 steps to check if the
pedometer counts the number of
steps correctly.
If there’s any discrepancy between
the number of steps you take and
the number shown on the display,
adjust the sensitivity accordingly.
(Refer to Page 6.)
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How to Adjust the Sensitivity
This unit is adjusted to +/– 5% accuracy (+/– 5 steps
against 100 steps) measured by standard walking on a
flat surface in the correct posture.
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Attach your digital pedometer
properly and walk 100 steps.
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If the step count displayed is 5
steps or more than actual, shift the
ADJ. Knob slightly to the negative
(d) side.
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If the step count displayed is 5
steps or less than actual, shift the
ADJ. Knob slightly to the positive
(e) side.
Move the knob to the
negative (–) side.
Move the knob to the
positive (+) side.
Repeat the 100 steps test again and
adjust the ADJ. Knob accordingly till
you reach the +/– 5 steps count
accuracy against your actual strides.
NOTE:
Readjust the sensitivity if you change your pace of jogging,
walking or competitive walking etc.
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Replacement of Battery
1. Remove the screw on the battery cover
with a Phillips screwdriver.
2. Open the battery cover and remove the
worn battery.
Do not use metal tweezers or a screw
driver to remove the battery.
3. Insert a new battery with the correct
alignment of polarities as shown in
the figure.
4. To close the cover, fit the claws of the
battery cover into the grooves until
they click.
5. Fasten the screw to the battery cover.
NOTES:
• Use a LR43 type battery.
• Replace the worn battery with a new one immediately.
• Dispose of worn battery properly.
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Troubleshooting
How to Care and Store the Unit
How to Clean the Unit
• Always keep the unit clean before use.
• Wipe the main unit with a soft dry cloth.
If necessary, use a cloth moistened with water
or detergent and squeeze it well before wiping
the unit, then wipe dry with a dry cloth.
• Please make sure water do not get into the
main unit.
• Do not use benzine, thinner, or gasoline to
clean the unit.
Thinner
Benzin
Gasoline
Care and storage
Do not store the unit in the following conditions:
i) Where water may get in.
ii) Extreme high temperature and humidity,
direct sunshine, and dusty places.
iii) Where there will be sudden shock,
vibration.
iv) In storage places of chemicals or where corrosive
gas is generated.
• Keep the unit out of reach of children.
• If you are not using the unit for a prolong period (three
months or more), remove the batteries before storage.
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OMRON will not undertake any responsibility if you fail to
observe the above-mentioned notes and correct use of
the unit.
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Troubleshooting
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When Problem Occurs
Problem
Nothing is
displayed.
Probable cause
What to do
The polarities of
Insert the battery in
battery (+ and –) are correct alignment.
not aligned properly.
The display The battery is
is weak.
worn out.
Replace the battery
with a new one (LR43).
The pedometer is not Refer to the section on
attached correctly.
“How to Attach the
Pedometer.”
(Refer to Page 4)
The values
displayed
are wrong.
You are walking at
Try to walk in a
an inconsistent pace. consistent pace all
the time, in proper
footwear.
The ADJ. Knob is not Readjust the sensitivity.
adjusted correctly.
(Refer to Page 6)
• If you are not able to get correct measurement after taking the abovementioned measures, contact your OMRON dealer.
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Specifications
Type
OMRON Pedometer
Model
HJ-005
Power Supply
1.5 VDC (one LR43 battery)
Measurement Range
Number of steps: 0 to 99,999 steps
Operating Temperature -10°C to +40°C
Precision of Step
Counting
Within +/- 5% (by vibration testing
machine)
Battery Life
Approx. 1 year (when used for
walking 10,000 steps a day)
External Dimensions
Approx. 63.5 x 36.3 x 23.0 mm
Weight
Approx. 24 g (including the battery)
Accessories
Battery (one built-in LR43),
Instruction Manual
• Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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