E862 OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................
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3. LIST OF PARTS ...............................................................................
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4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT ...........................................................
STEP 1 Unbox the Unit ........................................................................
STEP 2 Assemble the Pedestal............................................................
STEP 3 Install the Upper Cover............................................................
STEP 4 Install Stride Linkages and Footplate Carriages. ....................
STEP 5 Install Left/Right Supports .......................................................
STEP 6 Secure the Rail Base Cover ...................................................
STEP 7 Move the Unit into Place .........................................................
STEP 8 Level the Unit ..........................................................................
STEP 9 Integrated TV Installation ........................................................
STEP 10 Ground Wire Connection ......................................................
STEP 11 Avoid Safety Hazards ............................................................
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5. UNDERSTAND THE E862 DISPLAY ...............................................
DISPLAY Overview ..............................................................................
DISPLAY Specifications .......................................................................
DISPLAY Windows ...............................................................................
DISPLAY Keys .....................................................................................
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6. OPERATE THE PRODUCT .............................................................
OPERATION Quick Start .....................................................................
OPERATION Start a Workout Program ...............................................
OPERATION Cool Down .....................................................................
OPERATION Workout Programs .........................................................
OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions...................
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7. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION ................................................ 23
HEART RATE Telemetry ...................................................................... 23
HEART RATE Contact ......................................................................... 23
8. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE ....................................................... 24
9. MAINTENANCE ...............................................................................
MAINTENANCE Error Messages ........................................................
MAINTENANCE Lubricate the Shoulder Area .....................................
MAINTENANCE Lubricate the Stride Mechanism ...............................
MAINTENANCE Clean the Glide Rail ..................................................
MAINTENANCE Schedule ...................................................................
MAINTENANCE Task List (Elliptical Trainers) .....................................
MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log ......................................
MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram ........................................
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10. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN FRENCH .......................................... 32
1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the finest exercise products on the market
today, the SportsArt E862 elliptical trainer. Constructed of high quality materials and
designed for years of reliable usage, this product was made to become an integral
part of your commercial fitness venue.
Before this product is assembled or operated, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with this manual. Understanding the correct methods of assembly
and operation will help ensure that exercisers obtain their fitness goals safely and
successfully.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This product was designed and built for optimum safety. However certain precautions apply during the use of this product. Please note the following safety
precautions:
• Please read the entire manual before assembly and operation. Make
sure the product is installed and operated as instructed in this manual.
• Assemble and operate the product on a solid, level surface. Do not use
outdoors or near water, including pools and saunas.
• Check the product before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled, and all fasteners are tightened. Do not use the product if it is disassembled in any way.
• Wear proper workout clothing. Do not wear loose clothing. Do not wear
shoes with leather soles or high heels. Tie all long hair back. Do not go
barefoot on this product.
• Keep away from moving parts. Moving parts may or may not stop immediately if an object becomes caught or impedes normal motion.
• Use this product only for its intended purpose as described in this
manual.
• Be careful when mounting and dismounting the unit.
• Never operate this product if it has been damaged in any way. If it is
not working properly, or has been dropped or damaged, contact a service
technician for repairs.
• Do not use accessories that are not specifically recommended by the
manufacturer. Such parts might cause injuries or cause the unit to fail.
• Keep all air ventilation areas free of blockage. Never drop or insert any
object into any opening.
• Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where
oxygen is being administered.
• This product is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or by people who are
otherwise deficient in product knowlege or experience. If such people use
this product, they should be given training and be supervised at all times
by someone responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play on or
near the product.
• The user weight limit for this product is 227 kg, 500 lb. At maximum
resistance, this product meets standards for users up to 150 kg, 330 lb.
CAUTION: If you feel any pain or abnormal sensations, STOP YOUR
WORKOUT and consult your physician immediately. Work within your
recommended exercise level. DO NOT work to exhaustion. Before beginning
any exercise program, you should consult with your doctor. It is recommended that
you undergo a complete physical examination.
WARNING! Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Too much exercise
may result in serious injury or death. If you feel faint, stop exercising immediately.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the user desires to correct the
interference, it is at the user’s own expense.
WARNING! Only qualified technicians should be allowed to contact electrical
components such as circuit boards. Some components carry an electrical charge
even after use has been discontinued or the product has been unplugged. For
products with power cords, turn off unit power, wait five minutes, then disconnect
the power cord from the power socket. For products without power cords, let the unit
sit without use for five minutes. Only after taking such precautions should covers be
removed and electrical components be accessed.
For French speaking people in North America, please note that there is a
sticker in the owner’s manual. Please adhere the sticker (above center) onto
the product as shown. The sticker will not be placed in manuals sent to other
areas.
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3. LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
No.
A1
Name
Qty. No.
Name
Qty.
Main body
1
A6
Left footplate assembly
1
A1A Rail base cover
1
A7
Right footplate assembly
1
A2
Small cover
1
A8
Base covers for right
support
1
A3
Upper cover
1
A9
Base covers for left support
1
A4
Right support
1
A10 Hardware kit
A5
Left support
1
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Components in the Hardware Kit
No.
Name
Qty.
Specification
33
Mushroom top Phillips screw
6
M4*L16
34
Phillips screw
4
M5*P0.8*L10
35
Left/right adjustment rod cover
2
36
Screw insert
4
37
M10 nut cap
2
38
Screw cap
2
L-shaped Allen wrench
1
M6
L-shaped Allen wrench
2
M4
Double open-end wrench
1
8*17
Double open-end wrench
1
13*19
T-shaped Allen wrench
Screwdriver shank
Screwdriver handle
1
1
1
M5
flat and Phillips
green
Notes
Components on the Product
No.
Name
Specification
41
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Serrated washer
M8*L20
M8
D18*d8.5*t2.0*19T
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Mushroom top Phillips screw
M4*L16
43
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Washer
M8*L25
M8
D17*d8.3*t1.0
Inner hex screw
M6*L15
Serrated washer
D20*d6.2*t2.0*19T
Inner hex screw
Seat roller washer
Roller axle
Flat washer
Lock nut
PU sheath
Axle
Flat washer
Mushroom top inner hex screw
5/16”*L2-1/4 inch
D17*d8*t2.0
44
45
46
47
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D21*d10.5*t2
M10
D12*D8*L45
M5*L71
D10*d5.2*t1
M5*6
Notes
4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT
Follow instructions below to assemble this product. Note that in this manual
the words “left” and “right” are used to refer to the product and its parts. As
such, these designations correspond to the “left” and “right” sides of a person
in position to exercise on this product. Also, for brevity, the word “screws” is
used where screws, washers, and other hardware may be involved.
STEP 1 Unbox the Unit
Please follow instructions A through D to remove packaging material and to
place the unit on top of the flattened cardboard.
A. Remove the box top and the plastic sheet.
B. Start working from above, first removing Styrofoam (2) above the unit.
C. Lift Styrofoam (3) on both sides of the unit upward to remove it. Place
parts aside separately.
D. Lift the pedestal to remove Styrofoam (1) in the middle.
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STEP 2 Assemble the Pedestal
Please follow instructions
(a) through (b) to assemble
the pedestal.
(a) First, remove screws
(41) from the pedestal
mount on the main body
(A1).
(b) Push the pedestal up to
the vertical position while
preventing the data cable
from getting pinched.
(c) Secure screws (41), first
in area (A), then in area
(B).
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STEP 3 Install the Upper Cover
Please follow instructions (a) through (d) to install the upper cover.
(a) Slide the water guard up the pedestal. (This ring must be placed above
the upper cover.)
(b) Install the
upper cover and
secure it with
screw (33).
(c) Install the
small cover (A2)
and secure it with
screw (33).
(d) Slide the water
guard down the
pedestal until it
fits snugly against
the covers.
STEP 4 Install Stride Linkages and Footplate Carriages
Please follow steps (a) through (f) to install stride linkages and footplate
carriages on both sides of the product.
(a) Remove bolts (45) from the bushing on the stride adjustment mechanism.
(b) Align the hole in the stride linkage with the bushing on the stride adjustment
mechanism, and
press the stride
linkage into place
on the bushing.
Secure the stride
linkage with bolts
(45). Then insert
the stride linkage
cover (35) into
place. Follow the
same procedure
on both sides.
(c) Remove bolts
(46) from the
vertical arms on
both sides.
(d)
Remove
screws (47) from
the left footplate
carriage (A6).
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STEP 4 Install Linkages/Carriages (Continued)
(e) Insert the front of the footplate carriage into
the vertical arm. Align it with the hole and use
bolt (46) to secure it into place. Then insert caps
(37, 38) into place.
(f). Lubricate the area where the rod contacts
the bushing, hold the footplate carriage into
place, and secure it with screw (47). Perform
the same actions on both sides of the product.
STEP 5 Install Left/Right Supports
Please follow instructions (a) through (f) to install left and right supports.
(a) Remove screws and
remove covers from
the top of the left and
right supports.
(b) Remove screws (43)
(44) from both sides.
(c) Put left and right
supports (A4,A5) into
place
and
loosely
secure screws (43) at
the top. Do not fully
secure these screws
yet.
(d) First, secure screws
(44) at the base of the
supports (A4,A5). Then
go back to the top and
secure screws (43).
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STEP 5 Install Left/Right Supports (Continued)
(e) Put support base covers (A8,A9)
into place on both supports (A4,A5),
and secure them with screws (34).
(f) Set upper covers into place on
both supports, and secure them with
screws (42).
STEP 6 Secure the Rail Base Cover
Please follow instructions (a) through
(b) to install the rail base cover.
(a) First, insert screw inserts (36) into
the rail base plate.
(b) Set the rail base cover (A1A) in
place and secure it with screws (33).
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STEP 7 Move the Unit into Place
Follow steps (a) through (c) to move the unit into place for use.
(a) Stand behind the unit. Grasp the glide track rods as shown.
(b) Lift up. (To avoid injury, always use proper lifting techniques.)
(c) Push while using the transport wheels to roll the unit into place.
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STEP 8 Level the Unit
If the unit does not rest flat on the floor, please follow steps (a) through (b)
to level it.
(a) Under the front of the unit, rotate the leveler nut upward to enable
adjustment of the leveler foot. Then screw the leveler foot downward until it
touches the floor. Rotate the leveler nut against the product frame to secure
this position. Carry out these instructions on both sides of the product.
(b) Under the support, rotate the leveler nut upward to enable adjustment of
the leveler foot. Then screw the leveler foot downward until it touches the
floor. Rotate the leveler nut against the product frame to secure this position.
STEP 9 Integrated TV Installation
If you have purchased the integrated TV system, after completing fitness
product assembly, please refer to instructions in the manual for the
CardioActive™ Entertainment Station.
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STEP 10 Ground Wire Connection
The ground wire and the
following
instructions
are required to meet
European
safety
regulations. The ground
wire is not required in
North America.
Overview: To prevent
electrical
shock
and
current leakage, a ground
wire is provided in the
packaging of this product.
For your safety, connect
this ground wire to the unit
and the building ground.
Installation
procedure:
First use a screw to
secure the ground wire
to the front of the product
as shown. Secure the
other end of the wire to
the main facility ground
connection.
STEP 11 Avoid Safety Hazards
While the product is in use, be careful to avoid getting pinched by or wedged
against moving parts. In particular, do not insert fingers or other body parts
into the stride adjustment area or the opening in the front covers. Prevent
injuries to yourself and others by employing safe operating practices at all
times.
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5. UNDERSTAND THE E862 DISPLAY
DISPLAY Overview
The E862 elliptical trainer is designed for user convenience. With better
feedback about your workout, you get better results. The following explains
the display key and window functions. Please read this manual, understand
the display functions, and thereby get optimum enjoyment and benefit from
this product.
Pulse LED
Weight
Actual
loss target heart rate
heart rate
Workout
illustration
window
Percent
completed
window
Exercise
feedback
window
Cardio
target
heart rate
Workout
goal keys
Setting
window
Resistance
level
window
Workout
program
keys
Numeric
setting
keys
Note: The USB port in this product provides 5V 500mA for charging iPod
devices, camperas, cell phones, and other consumer electronic products.
Note: Third generation or newer iPod products support USB power charging.
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DISPLAY Specifications
●● Workout level (resistance level): 1 - 20
●● Time: 0:00 - 99:00
●● Distance: 0.01 - 99.99 km or mile
●● Calories: 0.0 - 9999 kcal
●● Calories per hour: 0.0 - 999.9 kcal
●● Programs: MANUAL, RANDOM, VARI-STRIDE, CARDIO/WT LOSS,
INTV, PLATEAU, FAT BURN, CUSTOM HR
●● Heart rate range: 40 – 250 beats per second
●● Strides per minute (SPM): 5 – 120
●● Watts: 0 – 9999
●● Total strides (accumulated stride count): 0 – 9999
●● Stride length: 17 - 29 inch (450 - 730 mm)
DISPLAY Windows
●● Cardio Advisor™ shows heart rate goals, WT LOSS 65% and CARDIO
80%, and actual heart rate (center).
●● The exercise feedback window shows usage prompts and workout information.
●● The workout illustration window shows workout program illustrations.
●● The workout goal percentage complete screen shows percentage of goal
completed.
●● The work level window shows the present resistance level.
●● The setting window shows setting values and workout goal values.
DISPLAY Keys
Display key functions are introduced briefly below.
QUICK START – Press this key to start exercising without first entering age, weight,
and other user information. In QUICK START mode, time values accumulate.
TIME – Press this key to make time your workout goal.
DISTANCE – Press this key to make distance your workout goal.
CALORIES – Press this key to make calories your workout goal.
ENTER – After making a selection, press this key to confirm your choice.
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DISPLAY Keys (Continued)
0 – 9 numeric keys – Press these keys to directly input numbers, rather than
pressing ▲/▼ keys.
Decimal key – Press this key to insert a decimal point into setting values.
▲/▼ keys – Press these keys to adjust settings up or down. Hold these keys to
change settings more quickly.
CLEAR – When inputting setting values, press this key to delete previous setting
values back to 0.
MANUAL – This key allows you to directly control resistance, via resistance
keys.
FAT BURN – This workout program might well be called challenge. Choose from
one to 20 stages, each with an increasing level of difficulty.
VARI-STRIDE – This workout program automatically changes stride. Exercisers
can select maximum stride.
PLATEAU – This workout program gradually increases in difficulty, plateaus, then
tapers off, in a 20-60-20 pattern.
RANDOM – Press this key to select one of an almost endless number of randomly
generated workout programs.
INTERVAL – Press this key to select one of three interval programs: 1:1, 1:2, 2:2.
Numbers represent minutes. For example, the 1:1 interval program consists of one
minute of rest, followed by one minute of work.
WT LOSS – A heart rate control program, the weight loss workout is designed to
keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for losing weight. Resistance settings
change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the formula
(220-AGE)*0.65.
CARDIO – A heart rate control program, the cardio conditioning workout is designed
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for cardio conditioning. Resistance
settings change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the
formula (220-AGE)*0.8.
CUSTOM HR – This heart rate control program allows you to set your own target
heart rate.
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ – Press these keys to change resistance settings.
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DISPLAY Keys (Continued)
STOP/HOLD TO RESET – This key has three functions: exit, pause, and stop. (1) If
you started exercising via the QUICK START key, press this key to exit the current
workout. (2) If you started exercising via the START key, press this key to pause.
Workout information will remain on the screen. After pausing, you can resume your
workout. (3) To stop exercising altogether, press and hold this key down at any time.
The product display will show the startup banner screen.
FAN – Press this key to activate the fan. There are four settings: low, medium, high,
and off.
CHANGE DISPLAY – This key controls the exercise feedback window, which
has two rows: The top row shows CALORIES, DISTANCE, TIME, STRIDES/MIN;
the bottom row shows CAL/HR, STRIDE LENGTH, WATTS, TOTAL STRIDES.
Corresponding LEDs light to indicate the active row of exercise feedback. When the
SCAN indicator is lit, one row of exercise feedback appears for six seconds, then
the other row appears for six seconds. Press the CHANGE DISPLAY key to toggle
between scan and lock modes and top and bottom feedback row views.
6. OPERATE THE PRODUCT
There are two ways to start operating this product, either through the QUICK START
mode or through a workout program.
OPERATION Quick Start
Press the QUICK START key to start exercising immediately, without inputting any
user information. In QUICK START mode, resistance begins at level 1; calorie and
other information is based on a 165 lb. (75 kg) user. In QUICK START mode, resistance can be modified at any time.
OPERATION Start a Workout Program
To obtain more accurate calorie counts and target heart rates, operate the product
via a workout program as follows:
1. Press a workout program key (MANUAL, RANDOM, VARI-STRIDE, CARDIO/
WEIGHT LOSS, INTV, PLATEAU, FAT BURN, CUSTOM) to select a workout.
2. “SELECT GOAL” will appear on the exercise feedback window. There are three
types of workout goals: TIME, DISTANCE, and CALORIE. Press the key of your
preferred workout goal.
●● The TIME setting range is from 5:00 to 99:00, with a default value of
30:00. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press
the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input your age.
●● The DISTANCE setting range is from 0.1 to 99.99 miles or kilometers,
with a default value 2.0 miles (3.0 kilometers). Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric
keys (0-9) to makedecimal point key to enter decimal points, such as 12.5
or 0.25. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input
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OPERATION Start a Workout Program (Continued)
your age.
●● The CALORIE setting range is from 100 to 9999 kCal, with a default
value of 700 kCal. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to the age
setting.
3. The age setting range is from 10 to 99, with a default value of 35 years old. Use
▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to
confirm your setting and proceed to the weight setting.
4. The weight setting range is from 50 to 500 lb. (20 to 227 kg), with a default setting
of 165 lb. (75 kg). Use ▲/▼keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press
the ENTER key to confirm your setting.
Follow prompts to begin your workout. Please refer to OPERATION Workout
Programs for information about specific workout programs.
Note that during workouts:
●● The workout goal percent completed window will show how much of the
workout has been completed.
●● The workout goal will appear in the setting window.
●● A different workout can be activated. To do so, simply press another workout program key. The new workout will begin. The workout goal will remain
the same, and progress toward the workout goal will continue to accrue.
OPERATION Cool Down
Once the workout goal has been obtained, the product will enter a “cool down” mode.
“ACCU DATA” will appear, featuring accumulated workout information, including
time, distance, calorie expenditure, and average heart rate. The exercise feedback
window will show “COOL DOWN”. Time will count down from two minutes to zero.
Once the cool down period ends, the startup banner screen will appear.
OPERATION Workout Programs
The following explains features of the workout programs.
MANUAL
This program allows you to manually control resistance. In manual mode, simply
press LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to control resistance.
RANDOM
This program provides a near infinite number of randomly generated workouts. A
new workout illustration appears each time the RANDOM key is pressed.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
VARI-STRIDE
In this program, stride length changes automatically during a 20-minute, 30-minute,
or 40-minute workout session. After the program is activated, “1-20 2-30 3-40” will
appear. Press corresponding numerical keys (1, 2, or 3) to select a workout duration.
Then press ▲/▼ keys to set your maximum stride length. Range is 25 – 29 inch
(630 – 730 mm), with a default setting of 25 inch (630 mm). Then press the ENTER
key to confirm your choice.
CARDIO/WEIGHT LOSS
In these heart rate control programs, the resistance level will automatically change
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for achieving his or her fitness
goals. Target heart rates are calculated based on a standard “maximum” heart rate
for the exerciser’s age. The weight loss target heart rate is calculated at 65% of the
maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*65%. The cardio target heart rate is calculated at
80% of the maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*80%.
After a heart rate control workout is activated, a heart illustration will appear on the
dot matrix screen. As the exerciser’s actual heart rate approaches the target heart
rate, the color of the heart illustration will alternate betwen red and green.
Once the exerciser begins to exercise, a red dot and a green line will appear on the
lower part of the screen. The red dot represents the recommended RPM; the green
line represents actual RPM. Try to maintain an RPM even with the red dot.
Resistance will start at level 1. The default RPM is 50. If the actual RPM is 5 rotations
below the recommended rotation rate for 25 seconds, “SPEED UP” will appear on
the exercise feedback window.
A telemetry heart rate transmitter must be worn during heart rate control programs.
If no heart rate signal is received at the display, the message “NO HEART RATE
READING, PLEASE CHECK TRANSMITTER” will appear, and resistance will not
change automatically.
After the workout is completed, the cool down mode will begin.
INTV
There are three interval programs: 1:1, 1:2, 2:2. Each interval program includes two
segments, a work segment and a rest segment. Because you determine resistance
for both segments, your work segment could be the first or the second segment,
depending on your preference.
Interval 1:1 indicates one segment of one minute in duration, followed by a second
segment of one minute in duration. Interval 1:2 indicates one segment of one minute
in duration, followed by a second segment of two minutes in duration. Interval 2:2
indicates one segment of two minutes in duration, followed by a second segment of
two minutes in duration.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
Each time the INTERVAL key is pressed, one of the three interval programs will
appear. When your preferred interval program appears, press the ENTER key to
activate that program. Then follow prompts to set the interval segment resistance
settings. After you begin exercising, the resistance level of any segment can be
changed. Simply press LEVEL ▲/▼ keys during the segment to do so. The new
resistance level will then become the resistance level each time that segment is
activated.
PLATEAU
Resistance levels in this workout gradually increase, level off, then gradually decrease.
The first and last segments of this workout each occupy 20% of the workout. The
middle segment occupies 60% of the workout. Follow prompts to establish your
workout goal.
20%
60%
20%
FAT BURN
This workout challenges exercisers with 20 stages of increasing physical intensity.
The default stage is five. After selecting the FAT BURN workout, simply press LEVEL
▲/▼ keys to select a different stage. Then start exercising.
Within each stage, resistance levels occur in various patterns. Each resistance level
lasts for one minute. The chart below shows stage numbers and their corresponding
workout levels. Dots indicate a repetition of the pattern.
Stage 1: 1,2,.....
Stage 2: 1,2,3,.....
Stage 3: 1,2,3,4,4,3,2,1,.....
Stage 4: 1.3,5,2,4,.....
Stage 5: 2,4,6,1,3,5,.....
Stage 6: 1,4,7,2,3,5,6,....
Stage 7: 1,2,3,4,8,7,6,5,.....
Stage 8: 2,4,6,8,3,5,7,9,.....
Stage 9: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,.....
Stage 10: 4,6,8,10,5,7,9,11,.....
Stage 11: 5,6,12,7,8,11,9,10,.....
Stage 12: 6,7,8,13,9,10,11,12,.....
Stage 13: 7,9,11,8,10,12,13,14,.....
Stage 14: 8,9,10,10,11,12,12,13,13,14,14,15,.....
Stage 15: 9,10,16,15,14,13,12,11,......
Stage 16: 10,13,15,17,17,16,15,14,12,11,.....
Stage 17: 11,12,13,14,18,17,16,15,.....
Stage 18: 12,19,13,18,14,17,16,15,.....
Stage 19: 13,20,14,19,15,18,16,17,
Stage 20: 14,20,15,20,16,20,17,20,18,20,19,20,.....
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
CUSTOM
A heart rate control program, CUSTOM allows you to determine your target heart
rate. The CUSTOM heart rate setting range is 84 to 199 beats per minute, with
a default setting of 120 beats per minute. Upon entering this workout, “ENTER
TARGET HR” will appear on the exercise feedback screen. The default setting, 120,
will flash. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to increase or decrease your target
heart rate. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting. Follow prompts to establish
speed and begin your workout.
OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions
Basic settings determine units of measure and show total distance and time, along
with display and drive board program version numbers. To access this information,
at the startup banner screen, hold the ENTER key for three seconds.
UNITS
The display will show “UNIT – MILE” or “UNIT – KM” depending on the original
distance unit setting. Press ▲/▼ keys to toggle between the two settings. When
your preference appears, press the ENTER key to make your selection.
TOTAL DISTANCE
According to the speed unit setting, total distance will appear as either “DIST –
XXXXXX MILE” or “DIST – XXXXXX KM”, where XXXXXX represents a number.
Press the ENTER key to view total time.
TOTAL TIME
Total time of use will appear as “TIME – XXXXXX HOUR”, where XXXXXX represents a number. Press the ENTER key to view the display program version.
DISPLAY PROGRAM VERSION
The display program version will appear as “CTL XE862 – XX”, where XX represents either letters or numbers. Press the ENTER key to view the drive board
program version.
DRIVE BOARD PROGRAM VERSION
The drive board program version will appear as “DRV E862 - XX”, where XX represents either a letter or a number. Press the ENTER key to return to the startup
banner screen. At any time during the basic setting protocol, press the STOP key to
exit the procedure and return to the startup banner screen.
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7. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION
Heart rate detection functions are selected at the time of purchase. Not every
product has every type of heart rate detection. The following explains factors that
influence the performance of two of the most common types of heart rate detection
devices.
HEART RATE Telemetry
The words “telemetry heart rate” refer to the detection of heart rate via a device worn
on the exerciser and transmitted over the air to a circuit board built into the product.
Telemetry heart rate devices are commonly worn on the exerciser’s chest, where
the pulse is strongest and relatively easy to detect.
The following explains conditions that affect the performance of the telemetry heart
rate function in all fitness products.
●● The telemetry heart rate transmitter emits a wireless 5 kHz signal that is
harmless to the human body. Inside the transmitter is a 3 V battery (CR2032).
If the battery voltage is too low, either the reception distance shortens or
there will be no reception whatsoever.
●● Secure the telemetry heart rate transmitter on your chest so that it stays
in place without making you feel uncomfortable. Moisten the skin for better
contact.
●● Because the telemetry heart rate signal varies in strength from 20 Hz to
20 KHz, environmental interference can block signal reception. Physical
vibration and electronic devices, including stereos, TVs, and even fluorescent lights, can interfere with signal reception. For best results, install fitness
products in an area free from such interference.
●● Space fitness products apart by at least 39 inches (100 cm) to avoid having the heart rate value from one exerciser appear on a neighboring fitness
product.
HEART RATE Contact
The words “contact heart rate” refer to the detection of the heart rate via sensors
on the fitness product. By holding the sensors, the exerciser can view his or her
heart rate on the product display. Like telemetry heart rate, contact heart rate can be
influenced by several factors. The following list includes some of these factors.
●● A weak pulse makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Low systolic blood pressure makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Dry, course palms impede heart rate detection. For best results, moisten
your palms. But do not apply hand lotion immediately prior to your workout,
because hand lotion can gum up the contact pads.
Heart rate devices built into this fitness product are not medical devices. Heart rate
values are for reference only. Do not use them for medical diagnostic or treatment
work.
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CAUTION: Heart rate detection and transmission devices have been known to
interfere with the operation of pacemakers, possibly endangering human life. If you
have a pacemaker, exercise under your doctor’s supervision; take a test to ensure
your safety during the simultaneous use of the pacemaker and heart rate detection
devices. The use of such devices must be undertaken at your own risk.
Note that in dry areas in particular, static electricity can interfere with unit operation
and shock people. To discharge static electricity from your body, touch something
else before touching metal on the fitness product.
8. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
HOW HARD SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Studies show that to benefit from aerobic
exercise, people need to maintain a certain
heart rate during their workouts. Your heart rate
training zone depends on your age and fitness
level.
The darkened area in the chart to the right
represents the recommended heart rate
training zone for people of various ages. It was
calculated by taking 220 minus age in years, multiplied by 65% and 80%. The area
between those values is the heart rate training zone.
CAUTION: Heart rate training zones are generalizations and may not suit every
person. Always check with your physician to understand what heart rate goal would
be appropriate for you.
HOW LONG SHOULD I EXERCISE?
The duration of your workout must depend on your fitness level. In general, it is
recommended that you maintain a heart rate within your training zone for at least
15 to 20 minutes to experience the benefits of aerobic exercise. Beginners should
always start out slowly and gradually increase the duration and intensity of their
workouts. As your fitness level improves, you will be able to maintain a heart rate
within the training zone for longer periods of time.
When you begin your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up. Then slowly
increase the intensity of your workout to bring your heart rate into your training zone.
At the end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload. Then exercise lightly
to cool down.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Research indicates that to achieve the greatest benefit, people should exercise
three to five times per week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours,
for your body to recover after exercise.
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9. MAINTENANCE
Maintenance topics are presented below in the following order: error
messages, lubrication of the shoulder area, lubrication of the stride area,
glide rail cleaning, maintenance schedule, task list, one-year maintenance
log, and electronics block diagram.
MAINTENANCE Error Messages
The following messages can appear on this product for diagnostic purposes.
NO STRIDE ADJUST UNDER 25 SPM
Indication: Under 25 steps per minute (SPM), the stride mechanism will not
adjust. To operate the stride mechanism, exercise at speeds of 25 SPM or
higher.
SERVICE BATTERY
Indication: Battery voltage is too low to operate. Either exercise vigorously for
twenty minutes, or use an adapter (sold separately) to recharge the battery.
ERR7
Indication: The stride mechanism is not calibrated properly. Contact a
certified SportsArt technician. The technician will need to either calibrate or
replace the stride mechanism.
MAINTENANCE Lubricate the Shoulder Area
Follow steps (a) through (d) to lubricate the shoulder area.
(a) Remove the cap over the lubrication access area.
(b) Use a grease gun to apply red lithium bearing grease into the zerk fitting
on the product.
(c) After applying lubricant, remove the grease gun.
(d) Insert the cap back into place.
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MAINTENANCE Lubricate the Stride Mechanism
Follow steps (a) through (d) to lubricate the stride adjustment mechanism.
(a) First, remove the stride access cover: Press at location A, push upward
(1), then pull the cover off (2).
(b) Adjust the stride to the longest position. At this position, the zerk fitting is
exposed. See area B.
(c) Use a grease gun to apply red lithium ball bearing grease into the zerk
fitting. Then remove the grease gun.
(d) Put the access cover back into place as follows: Press inward (3) at area
A, then push downward (4) as shown.
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MAINTENANCE Clean the Glide Rail
Clean the glide rails once a day as follows:
(a) Use a clean, lint-free cloth to wipe dust and debris off the glide rails.
(b) Operate the product to inspect it and to determine where dirt might remain
on the glide rails.
(c) Repeat steps (a) and (b) two or three times to make sure glide rails are
clean.
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MAINTENANCE Schedule
Area
Day
Week Month Quarter Year
Notes
1
2
Exterior
Screws
Clean
Inspect and
secure loose
parts
3
Glide
rail
Rollers
Wipe away dirt
and debris.
Apply silicone
lubricant.
Apply grease.
4
5
Stride
motor
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MAINTENANCE Task List (Elliptical Trainers)
Like cars, fitness products require maintenance. Regular maintenance extends
product life, and failure to maintain products can void the manufacturer’s
warranty. Copy the maintenance log sheet, and record maintenance work
for each fitness product.
Daily tasks
1. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of Simple Green®
all-purpose cleaner and water, to thoroughly clean the product exterior.
2. Inspect parts for looseness, and secure all loose screws. Make sure that
the product is safe for operation. If safety issues arise, place an “Out of
Order” sign on the product, and call for service.
3. Wipe dirt and debris off the glide rails. Use a clean, lint-free towel,
dampened with a mixture of Simple Green® all-purpose cleaner and water.
Weekly tasks
1. Clean rollers. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of
Simple Green® all-purpose cleaner and water. Apply a small amount of
silicone lubricant onto the rollers.
Yearly tasks
1. Apply grease to the stride mechanism.
2. Apply SportsArt 66A lubricant to the cushion.
Caution
●● Please follow standard safety precautions when working on this product.
●● Electronic components can carry an electrical charge even after the product has been turned off. For safety, turn off unit power. Wait five minutes to
allow capacitors to discharge. Then disconnect the power cord from the wall
socket (if applicable). Only after such steps have been completed should
covers be removed and electronic components accessed.
●● Do NOT use cleaners with alcohol, ammonia, or other damaging chemicals. The use of such chemicals can damage the product and void the warranty. Never spray or pour any liquid directly onto the product. Doing so can
damage electronic components and void the warranty.
●● This product has moving parts that can be hazardous. Exercise caution
when maintaining, operating, or moving this product.
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MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log
Facility:_______________________ Supervisor:____________________
Product model number:__________ Serial number:_________________
Start date: ____________________ End date:_____________________
Daily Tasks
Completed
Weeks 1-7
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Week 22-28
Daily Tasks
Completed
Week 29-35
Week 36-42
Week 43-49
Week 50-52
Weekly Tasks Weeks 1-7
Completed
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Weeks 22-28
Weekly Tasks Weeks 29-35
Completed
Weeks 35-42
Weeks 43-49
Weeks 50-52
Monthly tasks 1
Completed
2
Quarterly Tasks
Completed
Quarter 1
Yearly Tasks
Completed
Year 1
3
4
5
Quarter 2
6
7
8
Quarter 3
9
10
11
12
Quarter 4
Notes: __________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
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MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram
Fan
CON8
CON6
CON1
CON4
Keypad
C572 CTL board
Contact HR board
CON7 CON5
USB/CSAFE
board
CON9 CON2
Telemetry HR board
Stride length & workout
level switch
Fuse
5A 250VAC
board
(L)
(R)
HTR contact pads
Batteries
DC adapter jack
板
E862 DRV board
Left and right stride
length adjustment motors
Electro-magnet
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Speed sensor
Alternator
11. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN FRENCH
CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTES
●● Votre vélo SportsArt a été conçu et fabriqué afin d’assurer une sécurité
optimale. Cependant certaines précautions s’appliquent chaque fois que
vous utilisez votre vélo de course.
●● Lisez entièrement le manuel avant l’assemblage et l’utilisation. Veuillez
aussi noter les consignes de sécurité suivantes:
●● Veuillez lire attentivement les instructions et installer le vélo de course
selon les instructions.
●● Assemblez et faites fonctionner le vélo sur une surface solide et plane;
NE PAS l’utiliser à l’extérieur ou près de l’eau.
●● En aucun cas, ne laissez des enfants à proximité ou sur le vélo.
●● Vérifiez le vélo de course avant chaque utilisation. Assurez-vous que
toutes les pièces sont assemblées, et que tous les éléments de fixation
sont serrés. NE PAS utiliser le vélo de course si l’appareil est démonté de
quelque façon.
●● Gardez vos mains loin des pièces mobiles.
●● Portez des vêtements d’entraînement appropriés; NE PORTEZ PAS de
vêtements amples. NE PORTEZ PAS de chaussures à semelles en cuir ou
à talons hauts. Attachez les cheveux longs. Ne marchez pas pieds nus sur
l’appareil.
●● Soyez prudent lors du montage et démontage de l’appareil.
●● Le vélo peut s’arrêter ou ne s’arrêter pas immédiatement si quelque
chose obstacle le mouvement.
●● NE PAS utiliser d’accessoire non spécifiquement recommandé par le
fabricant. Car cela pourraient provoquer des blessures ou entraîner une
panne de l’appareil.
●● Une surveillance étroite est nécessaire quand le vélo est utilisé par ou à
proximité d’enfants, de malades ou de personnes handicapées.
●● Utilisez le vélo de course uniquement pour l’usage prévu dans ce manuel.
●● N’utilisez jamais le vélo de course s’il a été endommagé de quelque façon que ce soit. S’il ne fonctionne pas correctement, ou s’il est tombé ou
endommagé, contactez votre vendeur.
●● Veillez à ce qu’aucun orifice de ventilation ne soit obstrué.
●● Ne faites jamais tomber ou n’insérez jamais d’objet dans les orifices.
●● NE PAS l’utiliser là où des produits aérosols (vaporisés) sont utilisés ou
lorsque de l’oxygène est administré.
●● La limite de poids de l’utilisateur pour cet vélo est de 227 Kgs (500 lbs).
Remarquez que la résistance de 20 convient jusqu’à 150kgs (330 lbs).
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●● NE PAS transporter le vélo de course par le cordon d’alimentation et
n’utilisez pas le cordon comme poignée.
●● Maintenez le cordon éloigné de toute surface chaude.
●● Débranchez l’appareil de la prise avant l’entretien ou la suppression de
toute pièce.
●● Pour diminuer le risque de choc électrique, débranchez toujours ce vélo
de course de la prise de courant, immédiatement après utilisation et avant
le nettoyage.
Ce vélo n’est pas destiné à être utilisé par des personnes (y compris des enfants)
dont les capacités physiques, sensorielles ou mentales sont réduites ou qui ne
disposent pas de l’expérience ou du savoir nécessaires, sauf si celles-ci ont au
préalable été formées eu égard à l’utilisation de ce vélo par une personne responsable de leur sécurité. Les enfants doivent être encadrés afin d’empêcher qu’ils ne
jouent avec le vélo.
ATTENTION! Si vous ressentez une douleur ou si vous avez une sensation
anormale, ARRÊTEZ VOTRE ENTRAÎNEMENT et consultez immédiatement
votre médecin. Entraînez-vous à votre niveau d’exercice recommandé. NE PAS
s’entraîner jusqu’à l’épuisement.
Avant de commencer un programme d’exercice, vous devriez consulter votre
médecin. Il est recommandé de faire un examen physique complet.
Remarque: Ce matériel a été testé et déclaré conforme aux normes des appareils
digitaux de Classe B, conformément à la partie 15 du Règlement de la FCC. Ces
limites sont conçues pour offrir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences
nuisibles dans une installation résidentielle. Cet appareil génère, utilise, et peut
diffuser des signaux radioélectriques, et, s’il n’est pas installé et utilisé conformément
aux instructions, peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles aux communications
radio. Cependant, il n’y a aucune garantie que des interférences ne se produiront
pas dans une installation particulière.
Si l’utilisateur désire corriger les interférences, ces corrections seront à la charge de
l’utilisateur.
Dans ce manuel, les mots “gauche” et “droit” sont utilisés en référence aux pièces et
au produit. Comme tels, les mots “gauche” et “droit” font respectivement référence
aux côtés gauche et droit de l’exerciseur. De même pour plus de concision, le
mot est utilisé dans certains cas où des rondelles, des vis et autres matériels sont
associés.
ATTENTION! Les systèmes de surveillance de la fréquence cardiaque peuvent
s’avérer imprécis. Un entraînement excessif risque de nuire sérieusement à la
santé ou d’entraîner la mort. En cas d’étourdissement, arrêtez immédiatement
l’entraînement.
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●● Un branchement incorrect du connecteur de mise à la terre de l’équipement
risque d’entraîner un choc électrique. En cas de doute sur la mise à la terre
correcte de vélo, faites appel à un technicien ou un électricien qualifié. NE
PAS modifier la fiche fournie avec l’elliptique, si elle ne correspond pas à la
prise, faites installer une prise adéquate par un technicien qualifié.
●● Les enfants doivent être encadrés afin d’empêcher qu’ils ne jouent avec
le vélo.
Si vous êtes une personne de langue française en Amérique du Nord, s’il vous plaît
placer l’autocollant figurant dans le manuel du propriétaire sur le produit comme
indiqué. Les clients dans d’autres pays ne recevront pas l’autocollant.
May-2012
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