SP-460 OWNER’S MANUAL
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Read all instructions carefully before using this product. Retain this owner’s manual for
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3
2.
EXPLODED DIAGRAM
5
3.
PARTS LIST
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4.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION
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5.
ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
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6.
COMPUTER OPERATION
13
7.
EXERCISE GUIDE
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8.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - Read all instructions before using this machine.
It is important your machine receives regular maintenance to prolong its useful life. Failing to
regularly maintain your machine may void your warranty.
Please keep this manual with you at all times
a.
It is important to read this entire manual before assembling and using the equipment. Safe and effective
use can only be achieved if the equipment is assembled, maintained and used properly.
Please note: It is your responsibility to ensure that all users of the equipment are informed of all
warnings and precautions.
b.
Before starting any exercise program you should consult your doctor to determine if you have any
medical or physical conditions that could put your health and safety at risk, or prevent you from using
the equipment properly. Your doctor’s advice is essential if you are taking medication that affects your
heart rate, blood pressure or cholesterol level.
c.
Be aware of your body’s signals. Incorrect or excessive exercise can damage your health. Stop
exercising if you experience any of the following symptoms: pain, tightness in your chest, irregular
heartbeat, and extreme shortness of breath, lightheadedness, dizziness or feelings of nausea. If you do
experience any of these symptoms, you should consult your doctor before continuing with your exercise
program.
d.
Keep children and pets away from the equipment. This equipment is designed for adult use only.
e.
Use the equipment on a solid, flat level surface with a protective cover for your floor or carpet. To
ensure safety, the equipment should have at least 0.5 meters of free space all around it.
f.
Before using the equipment, check that the nuts and bolts are securely tightened. If you hear any
unusual noises coming from the equipment during use and assemble, stop immediately. Do not use the
equipment until the problem has been rectified.
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g.
Wear suitable clothing while using the equipment. Avoid wearing loose clothing that may get caught in
the equipment or that may restrict or prevent movement.
h.
This equipment is designed for indoor and family use only.
i.
Care must be taken when lifting or moving the equipment so as not to injure your back.
j.
Always keep this instruction manual and assembly tools at hand for quick reference.
k.
The equipment is not suitable for therapeutic use.
l.
There are many functions of the computer, which value will show when using the equipment according
the amount of exercise, here warmly remind you that the value of heart pulse just give you some
reference.
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2. EXPLODED DIAGRAM
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3. PARTS LIST
NO
NAME
QUANTITY
SPEC
1
PEDAL
1
JD-301(9/16")
2
END CAP1
5
60*30*1.5
3
CARRIAGE BOLT
4
4
REAR STABILIZER
1
WELDING
5
FLAT WASHER
4
GB/T 95-2002
6
DOMED NUT
4
GB/T 802-1988 M8
(H=16mm)
7
SPRING ADJUSTMENT KNOB
3
φ57*62 (M16*1.5)
8
PLASTIC SLEEVE
3
53.5*23.5*1.5
9
LOCK NUT
2
M33*1*4
10
VERTICAL SEAT POST
1
WELDING
11
END CAP2
1
53.5*23.5*1.5
12
SEAT POST
1
WELDING
13
SEAT
1
DD-2681
14
STOPPER
4
φ32*37/(M8X25)
15
FRONT STABILIZER
1
WELDING
16
MAIN FRAME
1
WELDING
17
HANDLEBAR POST
1
WELDING
18
HANDLE BAR
1
WELDING
19
SPRING WASHER
4
GB/T 859-1987
20
BOLT
8
21
HANDLEBAR COVER
1
115*89*75 (60g)
22
B0TTLE HOLDER
1
117*85*90
23
B0TTLE
1
XS-003(1#) 500ML
24
BRAKE KNOB
1
112*32*7
25
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
1
φ38*79
26
LITTLE PLASTIC RING
1
14*8*9
27
PLASTIC RING
2
φ20*φ9*3
28
FIXING NUT 1
2
29
CRANK END CAP
2
φ23*7.5
30
SHEET IRON
1
δ5
31
LOCK NUT
7
32
CHAIN WHEEL
1
A7K-16 1/2"*1/8" 16T(1.37")
33
LEFT CRANK
1
170*27
34
CRANK COVER
1
φ56*28
35
BEARING
2
6004ZZ
36
RIGHT CRANK
1
170*27
37
RIGHT PROTECT COVER
1
156*80*174 (85g)
38
FIXING NUT 2
2
GB/T 802-1988 M12X1.25
(H=16mm)
6
GB/T 12-1988
M8*42
8
8
GB/T 70.2-2000
GB/T 6177.2-2000
M8*15
M10*1.25
GB/T 889.1-2000
M8
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NO
NAME
QUANTITY
SPEC
39
FIXING BOLT
2
M6*54
40
NUT
2
41
SCREW 1
15
42
SCREW 2
2
43
SCREW 3
2
GB/845-85 ST4.8X13
44
OUTER CHAIN COVER
1
714*301*60
45
LITTLE CHAIN COVER
1
108*37*3 (7g)
46
AXIS
1
φ20*162
47
LONG FIXING TUBE
1
φ25*φ20.5*41
48
SHORT FIXING TUBE
1
φ25*φ20.5*9
49
INNER CHAIN COVER
1
454*288*6
50
CHAIN
1
12.7,106
51
CHAIN WHEEL
1
P=12.7,Z=52T
52
BRAKE
1
2PCS 130mm
53
BOLT
1
GB/T 70.1-2000 M6*20
GB/T 889.1-2000
M6
GB/T 845-1985 ST4.2*19
GB/T 15856.1-2002
ST4.2X19
54
BRAKE PLASTIC
2
82*41*19
55
BOLT
2
GB/T 5780-2000 M8*40
56
WHEEL
2
φ50*23
57
NUT
4
GB/T 41-2000
58
FIXING NUT 2
2
M12X1.25 H=6
59
FIXING TUBE
1
φ16*φ12.1*35
60
BEARING
2
6001ZZ
61
FLYWHEEL
1
φ453*72(18KG)
62
FLYWHEEL SHAFT
1
φ12*160
63
WOOLLY BLOCK
2
78*38*6
64
COMPUTER HOLDER
1
WELDING
65
COMPUTER
1
ST-6527(ST-7607)
66
FIXING NUT
2
27*M20*1(5mm)
67
FLYWHEEL COVER
1
φ59*35
68
SCREW 4
1
ST2.9*9.5
69
LEFT PROTECT COVER
1
157*73*157 (85g)
70
END CAP
2
φ25*1.5
71
FOAM GRIP
2
φ23*φ29*465
72
SENSOR
1
SR-202
73
PULSE WIRE
1
L=800
74
PULSE
2
75
SCREW 5
2
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M8
GB/845-85 ST4.2X25
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4. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1: PREPARATION
A. Before assembling make sure that you will have enough space around the item.
B. Use the present tooling for assembling.
C. Before assembling please check whether all needed parts are available (at the above of this instruction
sheet you will find an explosion drawing with all single parts (marked with numbers) which this item
consists of.
STEP 2:
1. Attach the Front Stabilizer (pt.15) to the
Main Frame (pt.16) using two sets of
Ø8 Flat Washers (pt.5), M8 Domed Nut
(pt.6) and M8*45 Carriage bolt (3).
2. Attach the Rear Stabilizer (pt.4) to the
Main Frame (pt.16) using two sets of
Ø8 Flat Washers (pt.5), M8 Domed Nut
(pt.6) and M8*45 Carriage bolt (3).
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STEP 3:
1. Slide the Vertical Seat Post (pt.10) into
the seat post housing on the main frame
(pt.16).
2. Slide the Seat Post (pt.12) into the
Vertical Seat Post (pt.10). You will have
to loosen the knurled section of Spring
Adjustment knob (pt.7) and pull the knob
back and then select the desired height.
Release the knob and retighten the
knurled portion.
3. Now fix the Seat (pt.13) to the Seat
Post (pt.12) as shown, and tighten the
bolts around the screws under the seat.
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STEP 4:
1. Slide the Handlebar Post (pt.17) into
the handlebar post housing on the main
frame. You will have to loosen the
knurled section of the Spring
Adjustment Knob (pt.7) and pull the
knob back and then select the desired
height. Release the knob and retighten
the knurled portion.
2. Remove the bolts and spring washer
from the Handlebar Post (pt.17).
3. Attach the Handlebar (pt.18) with 4xØ8
the Spring Washer (pt.19) and M8*15
Bolts (pt.20).
PLEASE ENSURE THE HANDLEBAR IS FIXED
TIGHTLY
4. Attach the Computer (pt.65) onto the
Computer Holder (pt.64) using 4 bolts
(pt.53). Be sure to connect the plug (A1
& A2)
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STEP 5:
1. The Pedals (pt.1 L & pt.1 R) are marked
"L" and "R" - Left and Right.
Connect them to their appropriate crank
arms. The right crank arm is on the righthand side of the cycle as you sit on it.
Note that the Right pedal should be threaded on
clockwise and the Left pedal anticlockwise.
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5. ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Vertical Seat Adjustment
To adjust the seat height, slacken the spring knob on the vertical post stem on the main frame and pull
back the knob. Position the vertical seat post for the desired height so that holes are aligned, then release
the knob and retighten it.
Horizontal Seat Adjustment
To move the seat forward in the direction of the handlebar or backwards away from it, loosen the adjusting
knob and washer and pull the knob back. Slide horizontal seat post into desired position. Align holes and
then retighten the adjusting knob.
Handlebar Height
To adjust the handlebar height, slacken the spring knob and secondary knob and pull both knobs back. Slide
the handlebar post along the housing on the main frame to the desired height and, with the holes aligned
correctly, tighten the spring adjusting knob and then the secondary knob.
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6. COMPUTER OPERATION
BUTTON FUNCTION
MODE: Press the "Mode" button for mode selection. This button also functions as an enter
button during setup.
SET: To set the value of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES and PULSE. You can hold the button
down to increase the value quickly. (The computer must be in stop condition.)
RESET: The user may press the "RESET" button to reset each function: Time, Distance,
Calorie, Pulse. Hold this button down for 2 seconds for total reset. (If batteries are replaces, all
values will reset to ZERO automatically.)
RECOVERY: Enable the heart rate recovery function after training.
FUNCTIONS
SCAN: Cycles through all functions from TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, PULSE,
RPM/SPEED.
RPM: Displays the Rotation Per Minute. The RPM and SPEED will rotate every 6 seconds
after exercise starts.
SPEED: Displays current training speed. Maximum speed is 99.9 KM/H.
TIME: Accumulates total workout time when no value is preset. Time will count up from 00:00
to maximum 99:59.
Count down: Press the SET button to set a preset time between 0:00 to 99:50. Time will count
down from the preset time to 00:00.
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DISTANCE: Accumulates total distance from 00:00 up to 99.99 KM when no value is preset.
Count down: Press the SET button to set a preset distance between 00:00 to 99.99 KM.
Distance will count down from the preset time to 00:00.
CALORIES: Accumulates calories burnt from 0 to 9999 calories when no value is preset.
Count down: Press the SET button to set a preset calorie goal between 0 and 9990. Calories
will count down from the preset value to 0.
(This data is a rough guide for comparison of different exercise sessions. It must not be used
for medical treatment purposes.)
PULSE: The user may preset pulse by pressing SET button. (This data is a rough guide for
comparison of different exercise sessions. It must not be used for medical treatment
purposes.)
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OPERATION ORDER
1. Install 2 x 1.5V UM-4 or AAA batteries. The screen will display in accordance with
(Picture A) and “Beep” at the same time. It will then enter to standby mode (Picture B).
Picture A
Picture B
2. Use the SET button to preset values for TIME/DISTANCE/CALORIES/PULSE. SET
alters the value for a specific category. MODE confirms a set value.
3. The values RPM/SPEED/TIME/DISTANCE/CALORIES/PULSE will start increasing as
soon as the sensor receives a signal that you are pedalling.
If preset values have been set, the monitor will ‘beep’ for 8 seconds once the function
counts down to 0. The function will then immediately count up from 0 if the workout is
continued. During this, press MODE to confirm and skip to the next set up option.
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4. In SCAN mode as shown in Picture C,
RPM/SPEED/TIME/DISTANCE/CALORIES/PULSE will alternate every 6 seconds.
Picture C
5. The MODE button may also be used to select a single function to be displayed on the
main display excluding RPM and SPEED. These two functions will always alternate
automatically.
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6. RECOVERY
a. Press the "RECOVERY" button to activate the RECOVERY function. In this
function, only PULSE and TIME will display whilst other functions will be inactive.
The Sensor Input will not be available.
TIME will start to count down from "00:60". The Pulse signal will blink according
to the user's pulse. When countdown reaches "0", it will show F1~F6.
F1
Outstanding
F2
Excellent
F3
Above Average
F4
Average
F5
Below Average
F6
Poor
b. The LCD will display as follows: (RECOVERY start condition & end condition)
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c. If the countdown to 00:00 is not completed and there is no pulse signal, F6 will
show.
d. If you press the RECOVERY button prior to the countdown reaching 00:00, this
will end the function and no result will show.
NOTE
1. After being inactive for 4 minutes, the main screen will turn off and will display the clock
automatically.
2. If the computer displays abnormally, please re-install the battery and try again.
Battery Spec: 1.5V UM-4 or AAA (2PCS).
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7. EXERCISE GUIDE
PLEASE NOTE: Before beginning any exercise program, consult your physician. This is important
especially if you are over the age of 45 or individuals with pre-existing health problems.
The pulse sensors are not medical devices. Various factors, including the user’s movement, may
affect the accuracy of heart rate readings. The pulse sensors are intended only as an exercise aid in
determining heart rate trends in general.
Exercising is great way to control your weight, improving your fitness and reduce the effect of aging and
stress. The key to success is to make exercise a regular and enjoyable part of your everyday life.
The condition of your heart and lungs and how efficient they are in delivering oxygen via your blood to your
muscles is an important factor to your fitness. Your muscles use this oxygen to provide enough energy for
daily activity. This is called aerobic activity. When you are fit, your heart will not have to work so hard. It will
pump a lot fewer times per minute, reducing the wear and tear of your heart.
So as you can see, the fitter you are, the healthier and greater you will feel.
Warm-up
Start each workout with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching and some light exercises. A proper warm-up increases
your body temperature, heart rate and circulation in preparation for exercise. Ease into your exercise.
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Training Zone Exercise
After warming up, increase the intensity to your desired exercise program. Be sure to maintain your intensity
for maximum performance. Breathe regularly and deeply as you exercise-never hold your breath.
Cool Down
Finish each workout with a light jog or walk for at least 1 minute. Then complete 5 to 10 minutes of
stretching to cool down. This will increase the flexibility of your muscles and will help prevent post-exercise
problems.
Workout Guidelines
TARGET ZONE
THIS IS HOW YOUR PULSE SHOULD BEHAVE DURING GENERAL FITNESS EXERCISE.
REMEMBER TO WARM UP AND COOL DOWN FOR A FEW MINUTES.
The most important factor here is the amount of effort you put in. The harder and longer you work, the more
calories you will burn. Effectively this is the same as if you were training to improve your fitness, the
difference is the goal.
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8. WARRANTY REGISTRATION
AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW
Many of our products come with a guarantee or warranty from the manufacturer. In addition, they come with
guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement
or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
You are entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the
failure does not amount to a major failure. Full details of your consumer rights may be found at
www.consumerlaw.gov.au
Please visit our website to view our full warranty terms and conditions:
http://www.lifespanfitness.com.au/warranty-repairs
Warranty and Support:
Please email us at support@lifespanfitness.com.au for all warranty or support issues.
For all warranty or support related enquiries an email must be sent before contacting us via any other
means.
Head Office and Customer Service:
Global Fitness and Leisure Pty Ltd
17 Fordson Rd
Campbellfield
VIC, 3061
Australia
PH: 03 9357 2166
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Hand Pulse Technology
This product comes equipped with hand pulse sensors which are used to pick up tiny EKG/ECG signals that run
through the body when your heart beats. These electrical EKG/ECG signals are very small and that they must be
amplified 1000 times to make the signal useful for the computer to display your pulse.
To ensure proper operation:
- The user must maintain good, consistent contact on all four sensors
- The users skin cannot be too dry or too wet
Other factors that could affect the reading:
- Change of grip on the sensors (during slow pace walking and up to running)
- Tightening of hand muscles will produce small electrical signals
- Static electricity charges from the air or from walking on the treadmill
EKG/ECG Sensors may filter through actual EKG/ECG signals and “Noise” factors that may affect the reading.
This will cause the pulse reading to be delayed and will take longer to update the display as the heart rate
changes. Too much noise will create an incorrect reading. Medical conditions or having no electrical signal in the
hands are other factors that may affect pulse readings as well.
These are limitations of hand pulse technology and even the most expensive systems (which can cost upwards
of $3,000) used in hospitals have the same problems. The difference is that a patient in a hospital is not running
on a treadmill. Hand pulse technology works well on stationary exercise machines like bikes and even elliptical
cross trainers but are not perfect on a treadmill. We offer treadmills with a wireless heart rate receiver which
may be a more accurate option.
To test if your hand pulse sensors are working up to specification, hold them while standing on the side step
rails, not walking, and see if the reading is more in line with what you would expect. This will eliminate the
movement and static electricity factors. If your hands are dry, then wet them slightly (saliva works as a great
conductor if this doesn’t bother you).
For more information, please contact our Lifespan Technical Support Department
www.lifespanfitness.com.au
support@lifespanfitness.com.au
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