Omron - Walking Style

Omron - Walking Style
I N ST RU CTIO N MA N UAL
Pedometer
Model
HJ-112
CONTENTS
Before Using the Unit
Introduction .................................................................................... 3
Important Safety Information ......................................................... 4
Know Your Unit
Main Unit ............................................................................. 5
Components ......................................................................... 6
Aerobic Step Function and Calorie Display .................................. 7
Stride Length Measurement ........................................................... 8
Operating Instructions
Battery Installation ......................................................................... 9
Battery Replacement .................................................................... 10
Setting the Time ........................................................................... 11
Setting the Weight ........................................................................ 13
Setting the Stride Length .............................................................. 14
Attaching the Pedometer .............................................................. 15
Using the Pedometer .................................................................... 17
Changing the Display ................................................................... 18
Using the Memory Function ........................................................ 19
Using the System Reset Function ................................................ 20
Care and Maintenance
Caring and Maintenance .............................................................. 21
Troubleshooting Tips…………………………………………. ....22
Specifications…………………………………………………… .23
Warranty Information .................................................................. 24
Notes ............................................................................................ 25
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Omron HJ-112 Premium Pedometer.
Fill-in for future reference
DATE PURCHASED: ______________
Staple your purchase receipt here.
A pedometer is a great motivational tool to track your distance, the number
of steps you take and how many calories you burn. The convenient
memory function supports the management of daily walking. You can
easily set and reach your daily goals. This premium pedometer allows
the user to place the pedometer in a pocket, bag or clip it to a belt when
walking for added flexibility to count steps.
Your HJ-112 comes with the following components:
Pedometer
Screwdriver
Strap
Clip for Strap
Holder
Battery (CR2032)
Instruction Manual
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
To assure the correct use of the product basic safety measures should
always be followed including the precautions listed below:
þ Read all information in the instruction book and any other literature
included in the box before using the unit.
þ Operate the unit only as intended. Do not use for any other purpose.
þ Keep the unit out of reach of young children. If a young child
swallows the battery, battery cover, or screw immediately consult
with a doctor.
þ Properly dispose of used battery. Do not throw the battery into fire.
The battery may explode.
þ Do not swing the pedometer by holding the strap. May cause injury.
þ Do not disassemble or modify the unit. Changes or modifications not
approved by Omron Healthcare will void the user warranty.
þ Consult your physician or healthcare provider before beginning an
exercise program.
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Main Unit
MEMORY/▲
Display
Use this Button to
call up the data of
seven days.
Use this Button to
change time, weight,
and stride distance
when setting the unit.
Displays the number
of steps, number of aerobic
steps, calorie, and distance.
Displays the time and the
duration of aerobic walk.
RESET Button
SET Button
Press this Button for more
than 2 seconds to reset
the data of today to 0.
Use this Button to reset
time, weight, and stride
distance to the initial
values when setting
the unit.
Press this Button for
more than 2 seconds
Holder so that the screen will
change to the setting
display. Use this Button
to set time, weight, and
Strap
stride distance.
MODE Button
Clip
Use this Button to repeat
the display in the order of
number of steps, number
of aerobic steps, calorie,
and distance.
Back of the main unit
Battery cover
Screw of battery cover
SYSTEM RESET Button
Press the System Reset button
to delete past memory data,
and set data and reset to zero.
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KNOW YOUR UNIT
Components
Holder
Use this holder when attaching the unit
to your belt or the top of your pants.
1) Attach the main unit
to the holder.
2) Fasten the holder clip
to your pants.
Clip
How to attach
the strap to
the main unit
How to connect the
strap and the clip
3
Hole
to attach
the strap
How to release
from a clip and
fasten with a clip
To fasten
2
1
To release
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AEROBIC STEP FUNCTION
The unit displays the total number of aerobic steps in a day that
satisfies the following two conditions: (The total duration you walked
as the number of aerobic steps is also displayed.)
• Walk more than 60 steps per minute
• Walk for more than 10 minutes continuously
Example: If you walk for 20 minutes at the speed of 120
steps per minute, the number of steady steps is 2400.
Note: Taking a rest for less than 1 minute during continuous
walking for more than 10 minutes is considered
as continuous walking.
CALORIE DISPLAY
Correction coefficient
for calorie display
The calorie display indicates
a calorie consumed by walking
and calculated from the weight,
stride distance, number of steps,
and walking speed.
The calorie display increment
is one minute. If you want to
know the target calorie value,
multiply the displayed calorie
by the coefficient in the table
shown below.
Example of correction:
Man
Woman
20’s
1.10
1.07
30’s
1.05
1.01
40’s
1.02
.97
50’s
1.01
.95
60’s
1.00
.95
70’s
.98
.96
80’s
.95
.95
For a woman in her 50's with the calorie display of 300,
the consumed calorie is calculated as follows.
300 x 0.95 = 285 kcal
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STRIDE LENGTH MEASUREMENT
Measure your stride length before beginning to set the pedometer.
How to measure your stride length
1. Walk 10 steps with your normal stride as illustrated below.
2. Measure the distance from START to END in inches.
3. Calculate your stride length by dividing the total
distance by 10.
Example:
Total distance = 320''
320'' ÷ 10 = 32'' inches (2' feet 8'' inches)
Conversion Chart
12'' inches = 1' foot
24'' inches = 2' feet
36'' inches = 3' feet
48'' inches = 4' feet
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
1.
Remove the screw on the battery cover
located on the back of the main unit.
Use the supplied screwdriver or use
a commercially available small screwdriver
to remove the screw on the battery cover.
2.
Open the battery cover.
3.
Insert the battery.
Place the positive (+) side of the battery
(CR2032) upward. Insert the battery in the
direction of the arrow as illustrated.
4.
Close the battery cover.
Insert the projected portion of the
battery cover first.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
5.
Tighten the screw on the battery cover.
NOTES:
• The time setting display will appear
on the screen for approximately 5
minutes after the battery is inserted.
• After installing the battery,
set time of day, weight and stride length.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the battery is removed from the unit the settings and all data
stored in the memory will be erased.
Be sure to write important memory data in a notebook.
Battery Indicator
NOTE:
When the battery indicator starts to blink, the unit stops
counting, the value of the latest number of steps is turned on,
and the time is displayed as ''_:_ _''.
When the battery indicator is blinking, press the MODE
button to display the data for the current day. Press the
MEMORY/▲ button to view the data stored in the memory.
When the Battery Indicator appears on the display screen remove
the old battery.
Take the battery out with a thin stick that is not easily breakable.
• DO NOT use a pair of metal tweezers
or a screwdriver.
• Replace with a new CR2032 battery.
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SETTING THE TIME
Setting range: 12:00 AM-11:59 PM
1.
Press and hold the SET Button
for 2 seconds.
The initial time setting display
will appear.
Hour display blinking.
2.
Initial setting of 0
will blink.
Example: to set the
time to 2:30PM
Press the MEMORY/▲ Button
to adjust the hour.
Each time you press the button, the
time will advance by 1 hour.
NOTE:
Press the RESET button to
return the hour to 12:00AM.
3.
Press the SET button to set
the hour.
Minute display blinking.
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During the hour
setting, the displayed
figures will blink.
SETTING THE TIME
4.
Press the MEMORY /▲ button to
adjust the minute.
Each time you press the button, the
time will advance by 1 minute.
When display reaches 59, it will
return to 00.
Press and hold the button to advance
the time in 10 minute increments.
NOTE:
Press the RESET button to return the
minute to 00.
5.
Press the SET button to set the minute.
Weight display blinking.
NOTE:
If the Set Buttton is not pressed for 5 minutes
without setting the time, weight or stride
length the screen will display the number
of steps and time.
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During the minute
setting, the displayed
figures will blink.
SETTING THE WEIGHT
Setting range: 70 to 300 lb.
Weight display blinking.
1.
The initial weight is set
to 88 lb. During the
weight setting, the
displayed figures
will blink.
Press the MEMORY/▲ button
to adjust the weight.
Each time you press the button, the
weight will advance by 1 lb.
Example: To set
the weight to 145 lb
When the display reaches 300, it will
return to 70.
Press and hold the button to advance
weight in 1 lb increments.
NOTE:
Press the RESET button to return
the weight to 88.
2.
Press the Set button to set the weight.
The weight is set.
Stride display blinking.
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During the weight
setting, the displayed
figures will blink.
SETTIING THE STRIDE LENGTH
Setting range: 1'00'' to 4'00'' feet
Stride display blinking.
1.
Press the MEMORY/▲ button
to adjust the stride length.
Each time you press the button, the stride
length will advance by 1'' in.
When the display reaches 4'00'' it will return
to 1'00''.
Press and hold the button to advance the
stride in 1' increments.
NOTE:
Press and hold the RESET button to return
the stide length to 1'08''.
The initial stride
length is set to 1'08''.
During the stride
length setting,
the displayed
figures will blink.
Example: To set the
stride length to 1'10''
2. Press the SET button to the stride length.
The stride length is set
The number of steps and time will display.
All the settings are finished.
During the stride
length setting, the
displayed figures
will blink.
To change the time, weight, or stride distance after
the setting is completed:
1. Press and hold the SET Button for 2 seconds.
2. Change the setting.
NOTE: If setting does not need to be changed, press the set button to
advance to the next setting.
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ATTACHING THE PEDOMETER
Place the unit in the upper front pocket of your jacket, in a bag
you hold tightly, or attach unit to your pants or belt.
Place the unit in your pocket.
• Do not place the unit in the back pocket
of your pants.
• Attach the clip on the edge of your pocket
to prevent the unit from dropping.
Place the unit in your bag.
• Place the unit in your pocket or the
partition of your bag.
Attach the unit to your belt or the top
of your pants.
• Use the supplied holder.
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ATTACHING THE PEDOMETER
NOTE: The unit may not be able to count the steps correctly
in the following cases.
When the memory is being displayed or the unit is being set
• When the front of the main unit is placed in
the angle of less than 60° (shown to the right)
or horizontal to the ground.
• The unit can count steps even
if it is slanted or placed upside-down, or if
the main unit is perpendicular to the ground.
When the main unit moves irregularly
• When the main unit is placed in the bag that moves
irregularly because it hits your foot, your belt or the
top of your pants.
• When the unit hangs from your belt, the top
of your pants or a bag
When you walk at an inconsistent pace
• When you shuffle or wear sandals
• When you fail to walk consistently in a crowded place
When you use the unit in the place where lots of up
and down movements or vibrations take place
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•
•
Standing up and/or sitting down movement
Playing sports other than walking
Ascending or descending movement at stairs or in a steep slope
Vertical or horizontal vibration in the moving vehicle such
as on the bicycle, in the automobile, trains or a bus
When you jog or walk extremely slowly
• The unit will count steps during jogging if it is attached
to your belt or the top of your pants with a holder.
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USING THE PEDOMETER
1.
Press the RESET Button for 2 seconds to set
the number of steps, number of aerobic steps,
minutes for aerobic steps, calories, and
distance to 0.
2.
Attach the pedometer.
3.
Start walking.
• To measure the number of steps during
jogging, attach the holder to the main
unit and securely attach the unit to your
belt or the top of your pants.
NOTE:
The display will not change or display steps until
you have walked for more than 4 or more seconds.
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CHANGING THE DISPLAY
Press the MODE Button
to change the display
Each time you press the MODE Button,
the display will change.
Number of steps
Number of
aerobic steps
with minutes
Calories
Distance
To Reset the current day’s data
Press the RESET Button for more 2 seconds.
All the data (number of steps, number of aerobic steps, minutes
for aerobic steps, calories, and distance) for the current day will
be reset to 0.
• The data stored in the memory for the previous days will
not be deleted.
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USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION
This unit can store up to seven days of data for the number of steps,
number of aerobic steps, calories and distance. The data is stored
starting with the oldest day.
The current day data is automatically stored in memory when the
time reaches 12:00AM. The display will return to 0. You do not need
to press the RESET Button everyday.
NOTE: The time must be correctly set in the unit.
How to view data stored in the memory
Press the MODE button until the data you
want to see is displayed:
Steps
Aerobic Steps
Calories
Distance
Press the MEMORY button. The previous day
data is displayed.
Continue to press the MEMORY button until
all seven days of stored data is displayed.
NOTE:
The time is not displayed when
using the memory function. If no button
is pressed for more than 1 minute, the
display will return to the current day data.
Press the Mode button to return to the
current day’s data.
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Example: To see the data
on the number of steps
USING THE SYSTEM RESET FUNCTION
Use the SYSTEM RESET function in the following cases:
• When the battery is replaced
• When you want to delete the memory
• When the display becomes unrecognizable
1.
Press the SYSTEM RESET Button on the back of
the main unit with a thin stick that is not
easily breakable.
All the data stored in the memory and the set data
(time, weight, and stride length) are deleted.
2.
Set the time, weight, and stride
length again.
After all characters on the display are turned on,
the initial time setting display appears.
(Begin on page 11, Setting the Time.)
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth.
• Do not use any abrasive or volatile cleaners.
• The unit is not waterproof. Do not wash it
or touch it with wet hands.
• Never immerse the unit in water.
• Be careful so water does not get into the unit.
Store the unit in a safe and dry location.
• Avoid the unit being exposed to direct sunlight,
high temperatures, high humidity, water and/or dust.
Do not subject the unit to strong shock, drop, or step
on the unit.
Use the unit consistent with the instruction provided
in this manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Problem
Probable cause
The battery
indicator
blinks.
The battery is low
or worn.
Nothing is
displayed.
The polarities of
battery (+ and -)
are aligned in the
wrong directions.
The battery is worn.
How to correct
Replace the battery with
a new one (CR2032).
Insert the battery in
correct alignment.
Replace the battery with
a new one (CR2032).
The unit is
positioned
incorrectly.
Irregular movement.
The displayed
values are
incorrect.
Refer to “Attaching the
Pedometer” on Page 15.
Inconsistent pace.
Up and down
movement.
Check the weight and stride
length settings.
The set values
are wrong.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model:
OMRON Pedometer
Type:
HJ-112
Power Supply:
3 VDC (1 lithium battery CR2032)
Measurement Range:
Steps:
Aerobic Steps:
Minutes for Aerobic Steps:
Calories:
Distance:
Time:
0 to 99,999 steps
0 to 99,999 steps
0 to 1,440 minutes
0 to 99,999 kcal
0.00 to 999.99 miles
12:00AM to 11:59PM
Memory:
Steps:
Aerobic Steps:
Calories:
Distance:
previous 7 days
previous 7 days
previous 7 days
previous 7 days
Setting Range:
Time:
Weight:
Stride distance:
12:00AM to 11:59PM
(12-hour display)
70 to 300 lb (in increments of 1 lb)
1'00'' to 4'00'' (in increments of 1'')
Operating Temperature:
14°F to 104°F (-10°C to +40°C)
Precision of Step Counting:
Within +/- 5% (by vibration testing machine)
Time Precision:
Within +/- 30 seconds of the average monthly deviation
(under normal temperature)
Battery Life:
Approx. 6 months (when used for walking
10,000 steps a day)
External Dimensions:
Approx. 2 7/8'' x 2 1/8'' x 5/8''
Weight:
Approx. 1.13 oz (battery not included)
Contents:
1 pedometer, 1 battery (CR2032), 1 screwdriver,
1 strap, 1 clip for strap, 1 holder, and
1 Instruction Manual
UPC:
0 73796 80112 0
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Limited Warranty
Your Omron HJ-112 Premium Pedometer, excluding the battery, is warranted to be
free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing within 1 year from the
date of purchase, when used in accordance with the instructions provided with
the unit. The above warranties extend only to the original retail purchaser.
We will, at our option, repair or replace without charge any monitor covered by
the above warranties. Repair or replacement is our only responsibility and your
only remedy under the above warranties.
To obtain warranty service contact Omron Healthcare for the address of the repair
location. Shipping instructions and repair information is available by calling
1-800-634-4350 or visiting our website at www.omronhealthcare.com.
Enclose the Proof of Purchase. Include $5.00 for the return shipping and handling.
Include a letter, with your name, address, phone number, and description of the
specific problem. Pack the product carefully to prevent damage in transit.
Because of possible loss in transit, we recommend insuring the product with
return receipt requested.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THE APPLICABLE WRITTEN WARRANTY ABOVE. Some states do not
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you.
OMRON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE OR ANY OTHER
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT COSTS, EXPENSES
OR DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which may vary from state to state.
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
Visit our web site at:
www.omronhealthcare.com
Call toll free:
1-800-634-4350
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Manufactured by OMRON
Distributed by:
Omron Healthcare, Inc
1200 Lakeside Drive
Bannockburn, Illinois 60015
Copyright © 2005 OMRON HEALTHCARE, INC.
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