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SF-310/510/710
Smartphone User's Guide
Introduction
Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing this GPS Sports Monitor "RUNSENSE".
To use the product correctly, make sure you read the Smartphone User's Guide with the Quick Start Guide and User
Manual.
The illustrations and screens shown in the Smartphone User's Guide are for the SF-710.
Descriptions in the Smartphone User's Guide
c Important:
Indicates things you must or must not do. Ignoring these instructions or
mishandling this device could cause malfunction or operational problems
to the device.
Note:
Indicates additional explanations and related information.
Menu Name
Indicates menu items displayed on the screen of the device.
A/B/C/D
Indicates the device buttons.
U
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page.
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What you can do with this smartphone APP
This app allows you to communicated using Bluetooth with your RUNSENSE product and share data wirelessly with
the RUNSENSE View web application for analysis. You can also send and save product settings to and from the
RUNSENSE device and your phone.
Note:
This guide describes how you can transfer the data to iPhone and manage it with the web application (RUNSENSE View).
Refer to the User Manual for how you can manage the data via a personal computer.
Supported devices
iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5S
* Use iPhones that support Bluetooth 4.0 to communicate with this product.
Supported iOS
iOS 6 or later
iPhone application (Run Connect)
Run Connect has the following features.
❏ Upload measurement data to the web application (RUNSENSE View)
❏ Access the web application (RUNSENSE View) to view the measurement
data
❏ Access the web application (RUNSENSE View) to enter the body weight
and body fat information.
❏ Update measurement settings such as AT Lap, Target Pace, Waypoint,
and Interval, user settings, and system settings.
❏ Reduces the GPS positioning time (iPhone only)
❏ Pairs RUNSENSE device and iPhone to communicate via Bluetooth
❏ Manage your RUNSENSE account settings.
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Contents
Contents
Introduction
What you can do with this smartphone APP. . . . . . 3
Preparation
Install the Run Connect app to your iPhone. . . . . . . 6
Create and configure your RUNSENSE View
account. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Creating an account. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Configuring the account. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Enabling Bluetooth on your iPhone. . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Pair the RUNSENSE device with your iPhone. . . . . 11
Uploading and Checking
Measurement Data
Uploading Measurement Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Uploaded Measurement Data. . . . . . . .
About Web Application (RUNSENSE View)
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Entering Weight and Body Fat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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. 17
. 18
. 18
Changing the Settings
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Configure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced Settings (SF710 Only). . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Advanced Settings. . . . . . . . . .
Setting the AT Lap Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Target Pace Function. . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Waypoint Function. . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Interval Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reducing the GPS Positioning Time (AGPS). . . .
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Troubleshooting
Problem Solving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpairing Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operations on the iPhone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operations on the Product. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting us About this Product. . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preparation
Preparation
For important safety and operation instructions for RUNSENSE devices please refure to the main product User
Manual.
You need to make the following preparations before use.
U “Install the Run Connect app to your iPhone” on page 6
U “Create and configure your RUNSENSE View account” on page 7
U “Enabling Bluetooth on your iPhone” on page 10
U “Pair the RUNSENSE device with your iPhone” on page 11
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Preparation
Install the Run Connect app to your iPhone
Access the App Store and install Run Connect.
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B
Create and configure your
RUNSENSE View account
Tap OK.
Creating an account
You need to create an account for the Web application
(RUNSENSE View.)
Note:
If you already have a RUNSENSE View account, you can
use it with this device.
U “Configuring the account” on page 9
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Note:
The following screen is displayed if you start Run
Connect the second time onwards. Tap Account
and proceed to step 3.
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C
Tap Create Account.
D
Create an account.
E
Enter Login ID (e-mail address) and Password.
Read the Terms of Use, select the checkbox, and
tap Create Account.
XXXXXXX@XXXXX.XX.XX
XXXXXXX@XXXXX.XX.XX
Note:
The entry does not satisfy the conditions when the
entry field is displayed in red. Check the message on
the screen and make sure your entry satisfies the
conditions.
8
When you have created an account,
follow the instruction on the screen to
configure the account.
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Preparation
Configuring the account
C
Enter Login ID and Password, and
then tap Set.
D
Check that you have configured your
account and tap OK.
Configure the account you have created.
A
B
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Tap Account.
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Preparation
C
Enabling Bluetooth on
your iPhone
You need to enable Bluetooth settings on your iPhone
before communicating with this device.
A
Tap Settings on the iPhone.
B
Tap Bluetooth.
10
Enable Bluetooth.
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Pair the RUNSENSE device
with your iPhone
C
Tap Start Pairing.
D
Hold down D on this product.
You need to register this product to your iPhone before
communicating with the iPhone.
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Bluetooth communication starts.
B
Tap Pairing.
Note:
You can also start Bluetooth communication from
the Settings menu on this product. Refer to
"Settings" in the User Manual for details.
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E
Tap OK on the iPhone.
F
Enter the Passcode (6-digit number)
to the iPhone and tap Pair.
G
Note:
The screen differs slightly on iOS 6. Tap Pairing.
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Check that pairing has completed and
tap OK.
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
This chapter describes how to upload and check measurement data.
U “Uploading Measurement Data” on page 14
U “Checking Uploaded Measurement Data” on page 17
U “Entering Weight and Body Fat” on page 18
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
Uploading Measurement
Data
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
B
Tap Watch Data.
C
Hold down D on this product.
Upload measurement data to the web application
(RUNSENSE View.)
Take the following two steps to upload data via an
iPhone.
Uploading outline data
Upload data such as the distance, speed, HR, and
calories.
Uploading detailed data
Upload the running route in addition to the outline
data.
c ❏Important:
You need to log in to RUNSENSE View and
register this product to the iPhone.
U “Preparation” on page 5
❏ Enable Bluetooth on the iPhone before
uploading measurement data.
U “Enabling Bluetooth on your iPhone”
on page 10
Note:
It is recommended to upload the data via a personal
computer by setting this device in the cradle when
uploading data worth several hours such as
measurement data of a full marathon (uploading 4-hour
worth data with iPhone takes roughly 12 minutes.) Refer
to "Data Management Using the Web Application
(RUNSENSE View)" in the "User Manual" for how to
upload data via a personal computer.
Bluetooth communication starts.
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
Uploading outline data is complete.
Note:
You can also start Bluetooth communication from
the Settings menu on this product. Refer to
"Settings" in the User Manual for details.
D
To review the outline data select the item you
want to check from Watch Data List and tap
RUNSENSE View at the bottom right to display.
U “About Web Application (RUNSENSE
View)” on page 18
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Proceed to step 6 if uploading detailed data.
The alarm on the product sounds and the outline
data upload starts.
F
Tap the data item you want to upload
and tap Upload.
G
Hold down D on this product.
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
E
Tap Get Next Data when you have a
large volume of measurement data.
Get Next Data is displayed only when there is a
large volume of measurement data.
Bluetooth communication starts.
Note:
You can also start Bluetooth communication from
the Settings menu on this product. Refer to
"Settings" in the User Manual for details.
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
H
The RUNSENSE View screen is displayed when
the upload has completed.
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Note:
❏ Try again if the communication fails.
The alarm on the product sounds and the
detailed data upload starts.
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❏
The uploaded detailed data item is deleted
from Watch Data List.
❏
Repeat step 6 to 8 if you are uploading more
than one detailed data item from Watch Data
List.
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
C
Checking Uploaded
Measurement Data
Tap the data item you want to check.
Access the web application (RUNSENSE View) to check
the uploaded measurement data.
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Note:
Measurement data items with the
icon indicate they
contain the outline data only. Upload the detailed data if
you want to check the running route.
U “Uploading Measurement Data” on page 14
B
Tap Dashboard.
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About Web Application
(RUNSENSE View)
Map
You can view the data in the following ways with the web
application (RUNSENSE View) on the iPhone.
Entering Weight and Body
Fat
Review your run route on the map.
Dashboard
Manage records in calendar format. This allows you to
easily review past runs.
You can register your weight and body fat data to the
web application(RUNSENSE View.)
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
B
Tap Body Condition.
Workout
This displays data such as the distance, pace, HR (when
the Heart Rate Monitor: ON)*;, running route, and
calories. This allows you to analyse training from
different angles.
* Optional heart rate monitor required for SF-310,
SF-510 and SF810.
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Uploading and Checking Measurement Data
C
Tap the entry field of Weight or Body
Fat and enter the value.
D
Tap Save.
The entered Weight or Body Fat is now
registered.
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Changing the Settings
Changing the Settings
You can change measurement settings such as AT Lap, Target Pace, Waypoint, and Interval, user settings, and system
settings.
Important:
c Functions
may not be available if the firmware version on your device is old. Check the firmware version on the
device.
❏ Settings (SF-710, SF-510, SF-310): Firmware version 1.4 or later
❏ Advanced Settings (SF-710 only): Firmware version 1.3 or later
❏ Reducing the GPS positioning time (SF-710, SF-510, SF-310): Firmware version 1.4 or later
U “Settings” on page 21
U “Advanced Settings (SF710 Only)” on page 29
U “Reducing the GPS Positioning Time (AGPS)” on page 43
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Changing the Settings
*
Settings
You can change various device and measurement
settings.
How to Configure
The following items can be configured.
U “List of Settings” on page 24
Category
Setting items
User Settings
Height
Only displayed for the SF-710.
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
B
Tap Watch Settings.
Weight
DOB
Gender
HR Zone 1 to 5
Sys. Settings
Distance Units
Clock
DST
Time Zone
Date Format
Invert Disp.
Contrast
Auto Sleep
AT Light
Alarm
Key Tones
Meas.Settings
Activity Type
Interval
AT Lap
AT Pause
Target Pace
Waypoint*
HR
Tap
Screen
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C
Tap Settings.
D
Hold down D on this product.
F
Tap the category you want to
configure.
G
Tap the item you want to configure.
Bluetooth communication starts.
The screenshot shows User Settings.
Note:
You can also start Bluetooth communication from
the Settings menu on this product. Refer to
"Settings" in the User Manual for details.
E
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
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Changing the Settings
H
K
Change the setting.
Tap Write to Watch.
The screenshot shows Height.
I
J
Note:
You can save the current setting under a specified
Setting Name by tapping Save Settings. You can
select the saved setting by tapping Retrieve Saved
Settings. This allows you to switch between settings
to suit your training contents.
Tap Settings.
L
Tap OK.
M
Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
Hold down D on this product.
Bluetooth communication starts.
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List of Settings
User Settings
Set the user information.
The value in brackets () is the default setting.
Setting items
Value
Explanation
Height
(170 cm)
Set the height.
Weight
(60 kg)
Set the weight.
DOB
(1975.01.01)
Set your date of birth.
Gender
Male (default)
Set your gender.
Female
HR Zone
HR Zone 1
Set the maximum and minimum heart rate.
(30 to 100 bpm)
You can set five zones to suit the exercise intensity.
HR Zone 2
(101 to 130 bpm)
HR Zone 3
(131 to 160 bpm)
HR Zone 4
(161 to 190 bpm)
HR Zone 5
(191 to 240 bpm)
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Sys. Settings
Make settings for the device's system.
The value in brackets () is the default setting.
Setting items
Distance Units
Value
km (default)
Explanation
Set the display units for distance.
mile
Clock
12 Hour (default)
Set the format for the display time.
24 Hour
DST
ON
Set summer time.
OFF (default)
Time Zone
Auto (default)
Sets the time zone for your location.
When you specify Auto the time zone is automatically
set as you perform Time Adjust.
When Auto is turned off, you can specify Time
Difference with a value between -12:00 and +14:00.
Date Format
Day. Month
Set the display format for the date.
Month. Day (default)
Invert Disp.
ON
Set the display format for the screen.
OFF (default)
When ON is selected, white text is displayed over a black
background.
When OFF is selected, black text is displayed over a white
background.
Contrast
(4)
Set the contrast for the screen.
Auto Sleep
ON (default)
When you leave the device for a while, this function
automatically puts the device into sleep status.
OFF
AT Light
Alarm
ON
Entering sleep status reduces the amount of power
consumption.
OFF (default)
When the screen changes, this function automatically
turns on the light. When a specified time has passed, the
light automatically turns off.
Tones (default)
Set the alarm type.
Vib. (vibration)*
Tones & Vib.
(vibration)*
OFF
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Setting items
Key Tones
Value
ON (default)
Explanation
Turn on or off the Key Tones.
OFF
*
Only displayed for the SF-710.
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Changing the Settings
Meas.Settings
Setting items
Activity Type
Value
Explanation
Run (default)
Set when running or jogging.
Walk
Set when walking.
Bike
Set when performing exercises that do not require you to
swing your arms, such as riding a bike.
Interval
SETTING 01 to 03
Set the contents of high-intensity training (sprint) and
low-intensity training (recovery) and the number of
times they are repeated.
AT Lap
SETTING 01 to 05
When a time or distance set in advance is reached, this
function records laps automatically.
OFF (default)
Set the lap time or distance.
You can set five times or distances within the following
range.
Time: 01'00" to 60'00" (in increments of 1 minute)
Distance: 0.1 to 10.0 km (in increments of 0.1 km)
AT Pause
ON
This function automatically stops measuring when you
stop running, and resumes when you continue running.
OFF (default)
Target Pace
SETTING 01 to 03
OFF (default)
Set the target time and pace range for one kilometer/
mile. An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace
range.
You can set three target paces within the following
range.
Target Pace: 1'00" to 15'00"/km (in increments of 1
second)
Pace Range: 00'05" to 03'00"/km (in increments of 1
second)
Waypoint*1
ON
OFF (default)
HR*3
ON
You can specify a registered waypoint to display the
direction, distance, and altitude difference*2 to that
point. As you approach the specified point, an alarm
sounds.
You can measure your heart rate by wearing the heart
rate monitor (optional).
OFF (default)
Tap*4
Lap
(Only for the
measurement screen)
Light
Screen Chg.
OFF (default)
You can perform one of the functions specified in this
item by tapping the screen while measuring.
When Bike is selected as the Activity Type, the tap
function may operate automatically depending on the
condition of the road surface. If this occurs, we
recommend to change the setting to OFF.
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Changing the Settings
Setting items
Screen
Value
Screen1
Screen2
Screen3
Explanation
You can display up to four measurement screens. You
can change the screen pattern and the measurement
items displayed for each screen.
You can also change the Display Lap Screen, but this is
not displayed for the interval function.
Screen4
Display Lap Screen
*1
Only displayed for the SF-710.
*2
You need to enter the altitude when setting a waypoint on the iPhone.
*3
Displayed after registering the heart rate monitor.
*4
Only displayed for the SF-710/SF-510.
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Advanced Settings (SF710
Only)
B
Tap Watch Settings.
C
Tap Advanced Settings.
D
Hold down D on this product.
You can configure Mes.Settings such as AT Lap, Target
Pace, Waypoint, and Interval from smartphones.
AT Lap
You can set programmable laps using the AT Lap
function.
U “Setting the AT Lap Function” on page 30
Target Pace
You can set variable target pace using the Target Pace
function.
U “Setting the Target Pace Function” on page 33
Waypoint
You can register waypoints on the map using the
Waypoint function.
U “Setting the Waypoint Function” on page 37
Interval
You can set variable intervals using the Interval
function.
U “Setting the Interval Function” on page 39
Displaying the Advanced
Settings
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Bluetooth communication starts.
Note:
You can also start Bluetooth communication from
the Settings menu on this product. Refer to
"Settings" in the User Manual for details.
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Changing the Settings
E
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Setting the AT Lap Function
You can specify the time or distance to divide laps using
the AT Lap function.
A
Display the Run Connect Advanced
Settings screen.
U “Displaying the Advanced Settings” on
page 29
B
Tap AT Lap.
C
Hold down D on this product.
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
Continue the configuration as the following
procedures.
U “Setting the AT Lap Function” on page 30
U “Setting the Target Pace Function” on page 33
U “Setting the Waypoint Function” on page 37
U “Setting the Interval Function” on page 39
Bluetooth communication starts.
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Changing the Settings
D
F
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Enter or edit the title.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces,
hyphens, and underscores.
G
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
E
Tap No Data when you are adding a
new setting.
Tap the setting if you want to edit an
existing setting.
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Turn Programmable ON if you want
to combine multiple laps.
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H
Tap the lap and specify the Distance
or Time.
J
Tap Back.
K
Tap Write to Watch.
Go to step 10 if you are not setting more than one
lap.
I
Tap + to add a lap and specify the
Distance or Time for the lap.
Note:
You can delete and reorder laps by tapping Edit.
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Changing the Settings
L
Tap OK.
Setting the Target Pace Function
Settings are written to the device.
You can specify the target pace and an alarm will notify
you when you fall outside the target pace window.
A
Display the Run Connect Advanced
Settings screen.
U “Displaying the Advanced Settings” on
page 29
M
B
Tap Target Pace.
C
Hold down D on this product.
Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
Bluetooth communication starts.
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Changing the Settings
D
F
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Enter or edit the title.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces,
hyphens, and underscores.
G
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
E
Tap No Data when you are adding a
new setting.
Tap the setting if you want to edit an
existing setting.
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Turn Programmable ON if you want
to combine multiple target paces.
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Changing the Settings
H
Tap the target pace you want to
update, specify the Time or Distance
of the Section and Target Pace, and
tap Back.
J
Turn Set Target Pace Range ON to
enable the alarm that notifies you
when you are off the specified pace.
K
Specify Target Pace Range.
Go to step 10 if you are not setting more than one
lap.
I
Tap + to add a Section, specify the
Time or Distance and Target Pace,
and tap Back.
Note:
You can delete and reorder target paces by tapping
Edit.
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Changing the Settings
L
N
Tap Back.
Tap OK.
Settings are written to the device.
M
Tap Write to Watch.
O
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Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
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D
Setting the Waypoint Function
Tap OK on the iPhone.
You can add waypoints on the map.
A
Display the Run Connect Advanced
Settings screen.
U “Displaying the Advanced Settings” on
page 29
B
Tap Waypoint.
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
E
C
Tap No Data when you are adding a
new setting.
Tap the setting if you want to edit an
existing setting.
Hold down D on this product.
Bluetooth communication starts.
XXXXXX XXXX-XX
Note:
You can check all registered waypoints by tapping
View All on Map.
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F
Enter or edit the title.
Note:
You can specify the altitude by tapping Detailed
Settings. Turn Altitude ON, enter the value, and
tap Apply.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces,
hyphens, and underscores.
G
H
Either press and hold the screen at the
point on the map where you would
like to set the waypoint or tap +.
I
Tap Back.
J
Tap Write to Watch.
And move the pin to the location you
want to set the waypoint.
XXXX-XX
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K
Tap OK.
Setting the Interval Function
Settings are written to the device.
You can specify the contents of sprint and recovery
activities for the Interval function.
A
Display the Run Connect Advanced
Settings screen.
XXXX-XX
U “Displaying the Advanced Settings” on
page 29
L
B
Tap Interval.
C
Hold down D on this product.
Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
Bluetooth communication starts.
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Changing the Settings
D
F
Tap OK on the iPhone.
Data upload starts.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces,
hyphens, and underscores.
G
Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
E
Enter or edit the title.
Tap No Data when you are adding a
new setting.
Tap the setting if you want to edit an
existing setting.
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Turn Programmable ON if you want
to combine multiple interval lists.
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Changing the Settings
H
Tap the interval list you want to
update, specify the Sprint, Recovery,
and Repeat items, and tap Back.
J
Tap Back.
K
Tap Write to Watch.
Go to step 10 if you are not setting more than one
lap.
I
Tap + to add a new interval list, specify
the necessary items, and tap Back.
Note:
You can delete and reorder interval lists by tapping
Edit if you have more than one interval lists.
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L
Tap OK.
Settings are written to the device.
M
Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
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Reducing the GPS
Positioning Time (AGPS)
C
Tap Update.
D
Hold down D on this product.
You can reduce the positioning time by downloading
assistance data for the GPS satellites before running.
Important:
c You
don't need to be outdoors for this operation.
A
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Bluetooth communication starts.
B
E
Tap AGPS.
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Tap OK on the iPhone.
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Note:
Try again if the communication fails.
F
Check that writing to the watch has
completed and tap OK.
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Troubleshooting
This section explains how to solve problems that occur during use.
U “Problem Solving” on page 46
U “Unpairing Devices” on page 48
U “Contacting us About this Product” on page 51
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Problem Solving
Check each item.
Screen
Problem
Message contents
Solution
Watch Data List
Communications to
the watch was cut off.
Communication with the
watch has been
disconnected.
Acquire the list again.
Try the following and tap the
menu item again.
Upload
Watch Settings
AGPS
❏ Charge the watch
❏ Establish the
communications with
the watch and keep close
to you
❏ Turn Bluetooth ON in the
iOS
If the problem persists even
after you have tried the
above, unpair and pair the
devices again, and then tap
the menu
U “Unpairing Devices” on
page 48
Watch Data List
Watch Settings
AGPS
Cannot communicate
with the watch.
Cannot detect the watch.
Turn on Bluetooth in the
settings on your iOS device,
start Bluetooth
communication on the
watch, and then access again.
Cannot access a watch that
has been paired.
Try accessing again.
Cannot read information on
the paired watch.
Upload again.
Cannot access the watch.
Turn on Bluetooth in the
settings on your iOS device,
and then acquire the list
again.
The watch is not responding.
Start Bluetooth
communication on the
watch, and then acquire the
list again.
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Try the following and tap the
menu item again.
❏ Charge the watch
❏ Establish the
communications with
the watch and keep close
to you
❏ Turn Bluetooth ON in the
iOS
If the problem persists even
after you have tried the
above, unpair and pair the
devices again, and then tap
the menu
U “Unpairing Devices” on
page 48
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Screen
Problem
Message contents
Solution
Upload
Cannot communicate
with the watch.
Cannot detect the watch.
Turn on Bluetooth in settings
on your iOS device, start
Bluetooth communication on
the watch, and then upload
again.
Try the following and tap
Upload again.
Cannot access a watch that
has been paired. Try
accessing again.
Cannot Reading information
on the paired watch. Upload
again.
Cannot access the watch.
Turn on Bluetooth in the
settings on your iOS device,
and then upload again.
❏ Charge the watch
❏ Establish the
communications with
the watch and keep close
to you
❏ Turn Bluetooth ON in the
iOS
If the problem persists even
after you have tried the
above, unpair and pair the
devices again, and then tap
Upload.
U “Unpairing Devices” on
page 48
The watch is not responding.
Start Bluetooth
communication on the
watch, and then upload
again.
If you cannot solve the problem even after trying the points above, contact our service center.
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Unpairing Devices
C
Tap Release Pairing.
D
Check that the devices are unpaired
and tap OK.
Unpair the devices if the iPhone and this product are not
communicating properly or you want to pair the iPhone
with another product.
Operations on the iPhone
A
B
Start Run Connect on your iPhone.
Tap Pairing.
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E
G
Tap Set on the iPhone.
Tap i for SF Series.
Note that the appearance of the icon is different
in iOS6.
F
Tap Bluetooth.
H
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I
B
Tap Forget Device.
Select Comm. Settings.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
C
Select Smart Phone.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Operations on the Product
D
Operation buttons
A
Select Forget Device.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
E
Displays the Settings menu.
Complete the communication
settings.
Press A.
Hold down B on the time screen.
F
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
Displays the time screen.
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Contacting us About this
Product
Go to www.epson.eu/runsense for service contact
details.
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Address: Atlas Arena, Asia Building, Hoogoorddreef 5,
1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost, The Netherlands
http://www.epson.com/europe.html
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