Diamondback 1150EL Home Gym User Manual

1150U I 1150R I 1150ES I 1150EL
1150 S E R I E S
Owner’s Manual & Assembly
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Part Number:
22-11-150
7/31/2003
Table of Contents
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Purchaser’s Reference Information .................. Inside Cover
Introduction ........................................................................ 2
Safety Instructions and Warnings ...................................... 3
1150U Assembly Drawing .................................................. 4
1150U Assembly Instructions ............................................ 5
1150R Assembly Drawing .................................................. 6
1150R Assembly Instructions ............................................ 7
1150ES Assembly Drawing ................................................ 8
1150ES Assembly Instructions .......................................... 9
1150EL Assembly Drawing .............................................. 10
1150EL Assembly Instructions ......................................... 11
Workout Guidelines .......................................................... 12
Maximum Heart Rate & Training Zone ......................... 13
Quantity & Quality ........................................................ 13
• Heart Rate Monitoring ...................................................... 14
• Console ............................................................................ 14
Glossary of Terms ......................................................... 14
Default Values ............................................................... 14
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Intensity Level Definitions ............................................. 15
Operating Tips .............................................................. 15
Console Layout ................................................................ 16
Workout Programs
Quick Start ................................................................... 17
Manual .......................................................................... 17
Random ........................................................................ 18
Fatburner ...................................................................... 20
Interval .......................................................................... 21
Strength ........................................................................ 22
Target Heart Rate ......................................................... 23
Heart Rate Interval ....................................................... 24
Heart Rate Training for 1150ES .................................... 26
MET for 1150U/R/EL .................................................... 27
User 1 and User 2 ........................................................ 28
Maintenance ..................................................................... 29
Domestic Warranty Information ....................................... 30
Warranty Card ................................................... Back Cover
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I ntroduction
Congratulations on the purchase of your new 1150
Series fitness equipment. We want to do everything
possible to make your experience with Diamondback
the best it can be. So please review the enclosed
owner’s manual, which will illustrate the reliable quality, excellent value and added features, that Diamondback is known for. You can rely on the ease of use,
comfortably, and our desire to make your workout
something you will look forward to on a regular
basis. Please take a moment to review the complete
1150 product line, as well as the, 700 Series and 300
Series at www.diamondbackfitness.com.
Your feedback and ideas about your experience with
Diamondback are very important to us. Write to our
product development department at:
300 Ranch Road, Camarillo, CA 93012.
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Safety Instructions & Warnings
The 1150 series is built for optimum safety and is designed to meet
or exceed all domestic and international standards. However, certain precautions need to be followed when operating any exercise
equipment. BE SURE TO READ THE ENTIRE OWNER’S MANUAL
BEFORE OPERATING YOUR 1150 SERIES UNIT.
THE NEXT STEP
The fitness experts at Diamondback believe that
IN WORKOUT
C A U T I O N - FOR SAFE OPERATION
1. Keep your hands and feet away from all moving parts.
2. Before beginning any exercise program on the 1150 series equipment, it is important to consult with your physician if you have
any of the following: History of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, elevated cholesterol, or if you smoke cigarettes or experience any other chronic
diseases or physical complaints.
3. If over the age of 35 or overweight, consult with your physician
before beginning any exercise program.
4. Pregnant women should consult with their physician before beginning an exercise program.
5. If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pains or other abnormal symptoms during exercise, stop the exercise session immediately. Consult your physician before continue your exercise
6. Drink fluids if you exercise for twenty or more minutes on any
1150 series unit.
working out is not just for athletes but for all people.
TECHNOLOGY.
W A R N I N G - TO REDUCE RISK OF INJURY TO YOURSELF
OR OTHERS
1. To ensure proper functioning of your 1150 series equipment, do
not install attachments or accessories not provided or recommended by Diamondback.
2. Always wear proper clothing and shoes when exercising on any
1150 series unit.
3. User weight is not to exceed 350pounds / 150kgs for 1150U/R/
EL and 300lbs / 135kgs for 1150ES.
4. Keep children away from 1150 series equipment. Hands and
feet may get caught in the pedals or other moving parts, which
could result in serious injury.
5. Place the 1150 series unit in an area that will meet minimum
clearance requirements: Front, Back & Sides: 2 feet / 60cm
6. Place Keep 1150 series equipment away from walls to allow
proper ventilation. Air should be able to circulate freely around
the units. Keep all air openings free of dirt and dust. Never insert
anything into openings.
7. The 1150 series is intended for indoor use in the home environment. It is not intended for outdoor use.
8. Place your 1150 series unit on a solid, level surface when in use.
9. Use the handlebars or handrails when getting on and off your
1150 series unit.
10. Never operate the unit if it is damaged or broken. Contact your
local authorized Diamondback fitness dealer for service.
11. Make sure all components are fastened securely (i.e. seat post,
saddle, handlebars, pedals) at all times.
12. SAVE THIS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL
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1150U Assembly Drawing
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1150U Assembly Instructions
Frame Assembly
Saddle Assembly
1. Unscrew two M8x20mm bolts and washers from the rear stabilizer
bar.
2. Place rear stabilizer bar under rear mainframe body and align screw
holes.
3. Insert and tighten the two screws and washers using an Allen wrench.
4. Install seat post by pulling the adjusting knob and sliding seat post
into its receptor.
1. Assemble saddle onto seat post.
2. Tighten the affixing nut and washer using a 17mm open-end
wrench.
SADDLE ANGLE ADJUSTMENT HINT: Hold the rear of
saddle in the optimum comfort position and tighten the
nut at the same time.
Pedals
Console Mast Assembly
1. Install console mast cover onto console mast, making sure it is facing the right direction.
2. Straighten the loops of the wire harness and insert it into the side
opening of the console mast tube. See wiring harness installation
tip. Push the harness up the tube until the connector of the harness
appears in the opening at the top of the mast tube.
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION TIP: Straighten the loops of
the wire harness so that it can slide smoothly into the console
mast. Move the console mast cover all the way to the top. Then
hold the bottom of the console mast next to the console mast
receptor and point the top of the console mast downward.
3. Install the console mast by sliding it into the console mast receptor
while pulling the wire harness. Insert and tighten four M8x70mm
bolts and washers using an Allen wrench.
4. Place console mast cover in place and align it with screw holes.
Insert and tighten four M5x12mm screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
1. Using a 15mm open-end wrench to firmly affix the pedals to
the cranks. The pedals should be tightened as much as possible to prevent the pedals from becoming loose. The pedals should also be checked after 8 hours of use to ensure
they are affixed properly as they can loosen after use.
2. The left and right pedals are different and are denoted as
right or left on the bottom of each pedal. NOTE: Left pedal
threads counter-clockwise.
Water Bottle
1. Place the bottle holder on the console mast. Insert and tighten
the two M5x12mm screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
2. Snap the water bottle into the holder.
Leveling Pad
1. Adjust both leveling pads, located on the bottom of the stabilizer bar, to ensure your equipment is leveled with floor.
Handlebar Assembly
1. Insert the hand pulse harness through the opening of the console
mast and out of the top of the console mounting plate.
2. Place the handlebar onto the mount and insert and tighten four M8
x 12mm screws using an Allen wrench. Be sure not to pinch the
hand pulse harness during this procedure, as this will damage the
electronic console.
Console Assembly
1. Connect both plugs, from main wire harness and hand pulse harness, to the plug receptors on the backside of the console, taking
care to install correctly (see plug alignment marks).
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION TIP: Any excess wiring must
be carefully inserted (“stored”) back into the console mast before installing the console onto the console mounting plate.
2. Fasten the console to the console mounting plate with the four
M5x12mm screws and washers using a Philips screwdriver.
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1150R Assembly Drawing
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1150R Assembly Instructions
Rear Stabilizer Bar Assembly
1. Unscrew two M8x20mm bolts from the rear stabilizer bar.
2. Place rear stabilizer bar under rear mainframe body and align
screw holes.
3. Insert and tighten the two screws and washers using an Allen
wrench.
Seat Frame Assembly
1. Install the seat frame handlebar onto the seat frame. Insert and
tighten four M8x15mm screws and washers using an Allen
wrench.
2. Install seat pads on the seat frame using M6 x 55mm screws
and washers, (four for each pad) and a Phillips screwdriver.
3. Remove the hand pulse harness, which is stored next to the
front end of the seat track. Assemble seat frame to seat track.
Be careful not to cut the hand pulse harness during installation.
SEAT FRAME INSTALLATION HINT: Pull the seat-frame adjusting handle up then slide the seat frame onto seat track.
After the sliding, find a position and release the adjusting
handle to lock the seat frame in position.
4. Adjust both nuts, located in the middle of seat frame, to ensure
the seat frame is stable, not waddling. Note: always come back
and adjust these two nuts after a period of time, this way, it will
ensure the seat frame remains stable all the time.
5. Assemble seat frame Stop by sliding the washers and rubber
ring onto M8x40mm bolt and insert and tighten it with an Allen
wrench into the Right side of AL seat track. Insert and tighten a
M8x20mm screw and a washer into Left side of AL seat track
with an Allen wrench to secure the seat frame.
6. Assemble seat track end cap onto seat track. Insert and tighten
M5x12mm screw using a Phillips screwdriver to secure the end
cap.
7. Bring the hand pulse harness connector through the back of the
seat frame and plug it into the plug receptor outside of the seat
handlebar. Secure harness by securing it with ty-wrap onto the
side of seat frame.
console mast. Move the console mast cover all the way to
the top. Then hold the bottom of the console mast next to
the console mast receptor and point the top of the console
mast downward.
3. Install the console mast by sliding it into the console mast receptor while pulling the wire harness. Insert and tighten four
M8x55mm Bolts using an Allen wrench.
4 Place console mast cover in place and align it with screw holes.
Insert and tighten four M5x12mm screws and washers using a
Phillips screwdriver.
Console Assembly
1. Connect both plugs, from main wire harness and hand pulse
harness, to the plug receptors on the backside of the console,
taking care to install correctly (see plug alignment marks).
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION TIP: Any excess wiring
must be carefully inserted (“stored”) back into the console
mast before installing the console onto the console mounting plate.
2. Fasten the console to the console mounting plate with the four
M5x12mm screws and washers using a Philips screwdriver.
Handlebar Assembly
1. Place the handlebar onto the mount and insert and tighten two
M8x20mm screws using an Allen wrench. Note: The handlebar
can be installed upside down. When installed properly, the hand
grips align with the bottom of the console.
Pedals
1. Using a 15mm open-end wrench to firmly affix the pedals to the
cranks. The pedals should be tightened as much as possible to
prevent the pedals from becoming loose. The pedals should also
be checked after 8 hours of use to ensure they are affixed properly as they can loosen after use.
2. The left and right pedals are different and are denoted as right or
left on the bottom of each pedal. NOTE: Left pedal threads
counter-clockwise.
Console Mast Assembly
1. Install console mast cover onto console mast, making sure it is
facing the right direction.
2. Straighten the loops of both wire harnesses and insert them into
the bottom opening of the console mast tube. See wiring harness installation tip. Push the harness up the tube until the connectors of the harnesses appear in the opening at the top of the
mast tube.
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION TIP: Straighten the loops
of the wire harness so that it can slide smoothly into the
Water Bottle
1. Place the bottle holder on the console mast. Insert and tighten
the two M5x12mm screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
2. Snap the water bottle into the holder.
Leveling Pad
1. Adjust all three leveling pads, located on the bottom of the stabilizer bar and the main frame, to ensure your equipment is leveled with floor.
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1150ES Assembly Drawing
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1150ES Assembly Instructions
Frame Assembly
Handrail Assembly
1. Place rear stabilizer bar into the receptor and align the screw holes.
2. Insert and tighten the two M8 x20mm screws, from stabilizer bar
hardware bag, with an Allen wrench.
1. Place the handrail supports into their receptors on the stabilizer
bar. Insert and finger tighten eight M8x12mm bolts, from handrail
assembly hardware bag, 4 on each side, to secure these supports.
2. Assemble upper handrails into handrail supports. Insert and finger tighten eight M8x12mm bolts, from handrail assembly hardware bag, 4 on each side, to secure these handrails.
3. Place handrail clamp cover onto handrails. Assemble the handrail clamp cover and handrails onto the upper portion of the console mast. Insert and finger tighten two M8x55mm bolts.
4. Tighten all 18 bolts of handrail assembly with an Allen wrench.
Console Mast Assembly
1. Slide console mast cover onto console mast, making sure it is
facing the right direction.
2. Insert the main wire harness into the bottom opening of the console mast tube. Push the harness up to the tube until the connector of the harness appears in the opening at the top of the tube.
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION HINT: Straighten the loops
of the wire harness so that it can slide smoothly into the
console mast. Move the console mast cover all the way to
the top. Then hold the bottom of the console mast next to
the console mast receptor and point the top of the console
mast downward.
3. Install the console mast by sliding it onto the console mast receptor while pulling the wire harness. This will keep the slack
out of the harness so the wires will not be pinched and short out.
Insert and tighten the four M8x12mm, from console mast hardware bag, with an Allen wrench.
4. Place console mast cover in place and align it with screw holes.
Insert and tighten four M5x16mm screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
Waterbottle
1. Place the bottle holder on the console mast. Insert and tighten
the two M5x12mm screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
2. Snap the water bottle into the holder.
Leveling Pad
1. Adjust both leveling pads, located on the bottom of stabilizer
bar, to ensure your equipment is leveled with floor.
Handlebar Assembly
1. Insert the hand pulse harness through the opening of the console mast and out of top of the console mounting plate.
2. Assemble the handlebar onto the mount and insert and tighten
the four M8x12mm screws, from handlebar hardware bag, using
an Allen wrench. Be sure not to pinch the hand pulse harness
during this procedure, as this will damage the electronic console.
Console Assembly
1. Connect both plugs, from main wire harness and hand pulse
harness, to the plug receptors on the backside of the console,
taking care to install correctly (see plug alignment marks).
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION HINT: Any excess wiring
must be carefully inserted (“stored”) back into the console
mast before installing the console onto the console mounting plate.
2. Fasten the console to the console mounting plate with the four
M5x12mm screws and washers using a Philips screwdriver.
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1150EL Assembly Drawing
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1150EL Assembly Instructions
Console Mast Assembly
1. Connect main wire harness at the bottom of console mast to
wire harness at the front of frame.
2. Slide console mast into console mast receptor at front end of
frame. Be careful not to pinch the wire harness.
3. First, attach console mast to frame at upper hole-locations on
both sides using two M10x20mm screws with their washers and
an Allen wrench. Do not tighten too much yet.
4. Next, attach console mast at lower hole-locations on both sides
of console mast receptor. NOTE: there are three holes on either
side to choose from. The middle hole is for average-sized users
and will be suitable for most. The hole closest to the footpads is
for taller users, and the hole farthest from the footpads is for
shorter users. Choose the desirable hole and tighten the screws
by using M10x20mm screws with their washers and an Allen
wrench. Then tighten the two screws of upper holes of console
mast receptor.
NOTE: In order to avoid console mast loosen up after a while of
use. Please check and tighten these screws as often as possible.
5. Place console mast cover in the front of console mast. Insert
and tighten four M5x12mm screws with a Phillips screwdriver.
Console Assembly
1. Connect both plugs, from main wire harness and hand pulse
harness, to the plug receptors on the backside of the console,
taking care to install correctly (see plug alignment marks).
WIRING HARNESS INSTALLATION HINT: Any excess wiring
must be carefully inserted (“stored”) back into the console
mast before installing the console onto the console mounting plate.
2. Fasten the console to the console mounting plate with the four
M5 x 12mm screws and washers using a Philips screwdriver.
Transportation Wheel Assembly
1. Insert both Transportation wheel’s sleeves into stabilizer bar,
making sure the screw hole is lining up with the hole of the stabilizer bar. Tighten both inner bushings with its screw using a
Philips screwdriver.
2. Assemble Transportation wheels onto wheel sleeves until the
clips are engaged. See assemby drawings for details.
Waterbottle
Handrail Assembly
1. Attach right handrail to the console mast at the right handrail
axle using the set-screw collar. Tighten the set-screw of the right
handrail set screw collar by using an Allen wrench.
2. Next, attach the right handrail to the bottom of the right steparm.
Insert the handrail/steparm axle through the holes in the steparm
and through the tube at the bottom of handrail. Insert a
M8x20mmscrew with washer into steparm axle and tighten it
using an Allen wrench and an open-end wrench on each side.
3. Assemble left handrail the same way.
4. Attach both steparm/handrail covers using M5x25mm screws
each and a Phillips screwdriver.
5. On either side of water bottle cover, attach the handrail covers
to each other around the handrails. Then use the two M4x 40mm
screws and nuts on each side and tighten them with a Phillips
screwdriver.
1. Insert the water bottle into the water bottle holder.
Leveling Pad
1. Adjust all leveling pads, located on the front-bottom of the main
frame, to ensure your equipment is leveled with floor.
Handlebar Assembly
1. Insert the hand pulse harness through the opening of the console mast and out of the console mounting plate.
2. Assemble the handlebar onto the mount and insert and tighten
the four M8x12mm screws using an Allen wrench. Be sure not to
pinch the hand pulse harness during this procedure, as this will
damage the electronic console.
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Workout Guidelines
Good health is an exercise in common sense.
Surgeon General releases a new study in 2001, The Surgeon General’s Call To Action To Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity. It
indicates that 61% of American adults are either overweight or obese. Noting also that overweight increases the risk of health problems,
such as heart disease, certain type of cancer, type 2 diabetes, etc. It states that overweight needs to be regarded primarily as Health rather
than as Appearance issues.
Surgeon General’s Healthy weight advice for consumers is:
1.
Aim for a healthy weight: Find your Body Mass Index (BMI) on the chart below.
2.
Be active: Keep physically active to balance the calories you consume.
3.
Eat well: Select sensible portion sizes.
BMI = (weight (pounds) / height (inches)2 ) x 703
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Note: This chart is for adults (aged 20 years and older.)
Heart rate is an important key to your exercise.
The Surgeon General also released a report on physical activity and health. This report definitively stated that exercise and fitness are
beneficial for a person’s health and redefined that exercise is a key component of disease prevention and healthier living.
Medical research has shown us that there is an amount of exercise, which is enough to condition the cardio respiratory system and the
muscles of the body. This amount of exercise is between 60% and 85% of your maximum heart rate measured during a training session. This
range allows enough exercise to achieve fitness, but not an excessive amount to cause injury. Your heart rate is an excellent indicator of the
amount of stress placed on the cardiovascular system. Taking full advantage of this information, the 1150 Series is designed to include heart
rate monitoring features.
If exercise intensity is too low or too high, no gains will be made in fitness. If the intensity is too low, the stress levels are ineffective. If the
intensity is too high, injury or fatigue may set your exercise program back as you try to recover. The best way to monitor exercise intensity is
to accurately count your pulse during exercise. Your heart rate can easily be determined by counting your pulse at the chest, wrist or at the
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Workout Guidelines (continued)
carotid artery on your neck. It is difficult to count your own pulse during exercise, mainly because you cannot count fast enough to get an
accurate number. The 1150 Series is equipped with a wireless telemetry receiving system. What it does is automatically count your heart rate
while you are wearing a heart rate chest belt during your exercising period. Heart rate is monitored and electronically displayed as a digital
readout. Your target heart rate, the intensity needed to improve cardiovascular fitness, depends primarily on your age and not your state of
fitness. It is calculated as a percentage of your maximum heart rate, estimated as 220 minus your age. It is most effective to train at your
target heart rate which is between 60% and 85% of your maximum heart rate.
Maximum Heart Rate & Training Zone
Quantity & Quality
To calculate your maximum heart rate and find your training zone,
use the following formula. An example has been provided below
based on a 35-year –old person:
It is recommended that you accumulate at lease 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week. Physical activity should be initiated slowly and the intensity should be increased gradually. You
should select activities that you enjoy and can fit into your daily life.
Having Diamondback equipment at home certainly gives you the
comfortable and convenient workout you want.
220 – Age = Maximum Heart Rate
(220 – 35 = 185)
60% of Maximum Heart Rate
(60% x 185 = 111 bpm)
85% of Maximum Heart Rate
(85% x 185 = 157 bpm)
Training Zone: 111 bpm – 157 bpm
The American College of Sports Medicine makes the following recommendations for the quantity and quality of training for developing and maintaining cardiorespiratory fitness in healthy adults:
• An activity that uses large muscle groups, maintained continuously, and is rhythmical and aerobic in nature.
• Duration: 20 to 60 minutes of continuous aerobic activity, including a warm-up and cool-down period for each exercise session.
• Frequency: 3 to 5 times per week.
• Intensity: 60% to 85% of maximum heart rate.
• In addition to aerobic exercise, it is recommended that you add
strength training of moderate intensity twice per week to your
program.
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= 85% = 60%
Get a smart start on exercising.
Anyone over the age of 35, as well as younger persons whom are overweight, should check with his/her physician before beginning any type
of exercise program. People who have diabetes or high blood pressure, a family history of heart disease, high cholesterol or have lead a
sedentary lifestyle should protect themselves with a medical check-up and a stress test, preferably administered during exercise by a
healthcare professional.
1. Always stretch before your workout to loosen muscles, and afterwards to cool down.
2. The first few minutes of your workout should be devoted to warming up muscles before a vigorous workout, and building your heart rate
slowly.
3. After your aerobic workout of about 24-32 minutes, spend 10 minutes gradually reducing your heart rate with a lower resistance level.
Remember, start slow, with intensity low, until you build endurance and strength. And always consult your physician before
beginning any exercise program.
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Heart Rate Monitoring
Pulse Hand Grips (Standard)
The 1150 Series units are heart rate controlled and come standard with stainless steel pulse hand grips. To activate, gently
grasp both hand grips to obtain a heart rate reading.
Note: It is recommended to wear a chest strap for Heart Rate
control program as it is more accurate. If you wear a chest
strap and use hand grips at the same time for heart rate
monitoring purpose, please note the console will take the
measurement of the chest strap.
Operating Tips:
If you are not getting a consistent reading while using the hand
pulse option, we recommend the following suggestions:
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Make sure that the palms of the hands are touching the
contact area of each hand pulse grip.
Maintain an even pressure on the grips.
Do not hold the hand pulse grips too tightly.
Chest Strap (Standard)
The 1150 Series equipped a built-in receiver and a chest strap
for your heart rate monitoring. To get an accurate reading using these devices, you will need to be within three feet of the
console, and a minimum of four feet from others using a heart
rate monitoring device.
The receiver of the wireless ECG system is built into the console
unit of the Diamondback 1150 Series equipment. While using heart
rate control modes, the computer monitors the exact measurement
of and control over the activity if the heart. Heart rate frequency is
displayed while the computer continually compares heart rate to
the preprogrammed personal data. The computer adjusts wattage
(load) to maintain heart rate at the preprogrammed level.
How to Wear Your Sensor/ Transmitter
1.
2.
3.
4.
Buckle one end of the chest strap onto the transmitter.
Adjust the band length so that the fit is snug, but not too tight.
Buckle the other end of the chest strap onto the transmitter.
Center the transmitter on your chest below the pectoral muscle
(breasts).
5. Pull unit away from chest by stretching the belt and moistening
the conductive electrode strips located next to the buckles.
Note: The transmitter is on automatically when being worn. It is off
when it is not connected to your body. However, as moisture may
activate the transmitter, thoroughly dry the transmitter to prolong
battery life.
Important: It is not safe to exceed 95% of your maximum heart
rate while exercising. Due to this safety reason the console will
shut down and reset if the heart rate exceeds 95% of your
maximum heart rate.
Note: The transmitter may fluctuate erratically if you are too
close to other heart rate monitoring equipment.
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Console
Glossary of Terms
LED = The lights on the face of the console.
MET = A measure of energy expenditure. The MET program allows the bike to be electronically controlled to deliver a specific work rate
independent of pedal rate.
Watts = The amount of energy currently being expended.
Work = The amount of energy expended during exercise.
Default values
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Age = 35 years
Weight = 155 lbs or 70kg for Metric system
Time = 30 minutes
Intensity level: Level 1 for 1150U/R/EL and Level 2 for 1150ES
Note: If age or weight is changed, the default value of these two items will be updated to the last modification.
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Intensity level definitions
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1150U/R/EL: Resistance control – The intensity level (L) is controlled by the brake resistance wattage output (R). There are totally 20
levels of resistance.
o For Quick Start and Manual program, the Intensity level = Resistance level, L1= R1 and L20 = R20
o For all other programs, the Intensity level ≠ Resistance level, see below charts for details.
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1150ES: Speed control – The intensity level (L) is defined by user’s stepping rate (SPM).
o L1 = 25spm, …L10 = 70spm with 5spm increments
o L11 = 76spm, …L20 = 130spm with 6spm increments
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
25spm
30spm
35spm
40spm
45spm
50spm
55spm
60spm
L8
L11
L12
L13
L14
L15
L16
L17
L18
76spm
82spm
88spm
94spm
L9
65spm
L19
L10
70spm
L20
100spm 106spm 112spm 118spm 124spm 130spm
Operating Tips
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Stop: To stop or reset a program during its operation, press STOP/pause key twice. The first key press will pause the program for up to 3
minutes and the second key press will stop the program and reset. When the program resets, the console return to program select mode.
Pause and Resume: You could interrupt or pause a program for up to 3 minutes during a workout. To pause a program, press STOP/
pause key once. To resume the program back to the point of where you left off, simply press START/resume key.
Save a program: The save a program during anytime of a program into USER 1 program, press and hold ENTER and USER 1 keys at the
same time. To save a program into USER 2 program, press and hold ENTER and USER 2 keys at the same time. By doing so, all the
program setting will be saved for the next workout.
Switching program: The user may switch from current operating program to another program by pressing a new program key and then
ENTER key to accept the new program.
Brake / Load Adjustment: During a program, the user may press UP or DOWN key to adjust the resistance level. (Note: brake/load
adjustments are not allowed in any Heart rate control program and MET program)
English / Metric setting: There is an English & Metric setting switch located on the back of the console.
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Console Layout
Dot matrix
window
Program key
User programs
Alphanumeric
message window
Data display
switching key
Pulse display
Indicator
Function keys
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Program key:
To enter a program, simply press any program key once and an associated LED will light up to indicate this program has been pressed.
There are 8 programs: Interval, Strength, Manual, Random, Fat burner, Target HR, HR Interval and MET programs and 2 user programs on
each console.
Please note: MET program is replaced by HR Training program in 1150ES.
Dot Matrix window:
Each program profile will be displayed on the dot matrix window.
Alphanumeric Message window:
There will be program setting instruction messages scrolling on this window during the program setting. Once the program starts, it then will
display the workout data.
To switch the data display from “Time, Intensity level, Calories and RPM/SPM” to “Speed, Distance, Watts and Pulse & % HR” display,
simply press SELECT key on the left side of the window.
NOTE:
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For MET program, the intensity level display will be MET level instead.
For 1150ES, the display of “Speed, Distance, Watts and Pulse & %HR” will be “Floors/min, Floors, Watts and Pulse & %HR”.
Pulse and %HR display will each be displayed for 10 seconds back and forth. And an associated LED will light up to indicate
the display.
Function Key:
There are UP, DOWN, ENTER, STOP and START keys.
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QUICK START PROGRAM
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Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize
the unit and enter the programming cycle. When using the Quick
Start program, you are accepting the 1150 Series default values for
calculations. Be sure to include a warm-up and cool-down period as
part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. To begin this program, press “START” key once
or continue pedaling for 30 seconds.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM”.
(RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”.
(“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate” for
1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level
from L1 to L20 during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the intensity level of the remaining of the program.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Quick Start program
• User may enter another program during Quick Start program by
pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed
during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER
TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press “START” key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will resume back to Quick Start program and continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the 30 minutes is up, there will be a beep to signifying the
end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES ARE:”
Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will
be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PORGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or
save this program during this period of time, see below for details.
If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode,except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
MANUAL PROGRAM
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Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A
PROGRAM”. Press MANUAL program key to enter this program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the MANUAL key is pressed, the message window will
scroll a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO
BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Manual program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
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3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “TIME = 30 MIN”
will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After time adjustment, the program setting is now completed.
Press “START” key to start Manual program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt,
Pulse and % Heart Rate” for 1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
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Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level
from L1 to L20 during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the
intensity level of the remaining of the program.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Manual program
• User may enter another program during Manual program by
pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed
during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER
TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” key to enter this program setting
mode or Press START key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will resume back to Manual program and continue
workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the work out data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
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TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES
ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or
save this program during this period of time, see below for details.
If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
RANDOM PROGRAM
The Random program is designed to allow the user to choose from
an unlimited number of computer generated profiles.
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press RANDOM program key to enter this
program. Each time, Random program key is pressed; the computer will generate a different program and display the profile on the
dot matrix window.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting
mode
When the RANDOM key is pressed, the message window will scroll
a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”.
User may press Random program key numerous times until the desired profile showing on the dot matrix window.
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Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Random program workout.
Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Intensity Level
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT INTENSITY LEVEL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “INT
LEVEL = 01” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program intensity level from L1 to L11 by
pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After intensity level adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start Random program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default intensity level for workout.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt,
Pulse and % Heart Rate” for 1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level
during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the
intensity level of that individual stage.
Enter another program during Random program
• User may enter another program during Random program by
pressing another program key. If another program key has been
pressed during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS
ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press START key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will then resume back to Random program and continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continueto count down from previos program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES
ARE:”” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START” User could stop, re-start or
save this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will scroll back to a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:”This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance
andCalories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ” PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
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FATBURNER PROGRAM
Program Profile
The Fatburner program provides a
consistent level of work during your
exercise session. Exercising at this
consistent level is more effective is
the fat burning process.
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT
A PROGRAM”. Press Fatburner program key to enter this program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting
mode
When the FATBURNER key is pressed, the message window
will scroll a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START
TO BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Fatburner program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
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Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Intensity Level
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT INTENSITY LEVEL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “INT
LEVEL = 01” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program intensity level from L1 to L11 by
pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After intensity level adjustment, the program setting is now com-
pleted. Press “START” key to start Fatburner program.
Note: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default intensity level for workout.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt,
Pulse and % Heart Rate” for 1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the intensity level of that individual stage.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Fatburner program
• User may enter another program during Fatburner program by
pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed
during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER
TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting
mode or Press START key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 sec
onds, it will then resume back to Fatburner program and
continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and the
workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and
Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or
save this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
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saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
INTERVAL PROGRAM
Program Profile
JUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Intensity Level
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT INTENSITY LEVEL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “INT
LEVEL = 01” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program intensity level from L1 to L11 by
pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After intensity level adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start Interval program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default intensity level for workout.
During the Program
The Interval program helps to build
the strength of your cardiovascular
system. By alternating the workload
from high to low, your heart gets an
effective workout.
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press Interval program key to enter this program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the INTERVAL key is pressed, the message window will scroll
a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Interval program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “AD-
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt,
Pulse and % Heart Rate” for 1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level
during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the
intensity level of that individual stage.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Interval program
• User may enter another program during Interval program by
pressing another program key. If another program key has been
pressed during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS
ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press “START” key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 sec
onds, it will then resume back to Interval program and con
tinue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
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Ending the Program
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and
Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, restart or save this program during this period of time, see below
for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence
will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES
ARE:” until another key has been pressed or 30 seconds is up.
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Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
STRENGTH PROGRAM
Program Profile
The Strength program gradually
increases the workload over time.
This will strengthen not only your
heart, but also the major muscle
groups, which are doing the work.
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT
A PROGRAM”. Press Strength program key to enter this program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting
mode
When the STRENGTH key is pressed, the message window will scroll
a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Strength program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Intensity Level
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT INTENSITY LEVEL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “INT
LEVEL = 01” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program intensity level from L1 to L11 by
pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After intensity level adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start Strength program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default intensity level for workout.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch to display “Speed, Distance, Watt,
Pulse and % Heart Rate”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt, Pulse
and % Heart Rate” for 1150ES)
• If no pulse is detected, the Pulse display will show “P” until there
is a pulse.
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Adjusting Intensity Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the intensity level
during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; it will adjust the
intensity level of that individual stage.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Strength program
• User may enter another program during Strength program by
pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed
during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER
TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press “START” key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will then resume back to Strength program and continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time will
continue to count down from previous program time and the
workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and
Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or save
this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
TARGET HEART RATE
PROGRAM
The custom target heart rate program is designed to keep the user
training at their chosen heart rate level. Computer will adjust the
intensity level automatically to ensure the target heart rate is achieved
and maintained during the entire program.
A HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICE MUST BE USED FOR THIS
PROGRAM. FOR A BETTER RESULT, CHEST STRAP IS
RECOMMNDAED FOR THIS PROGRAM.
IMPORTANT: It is dangerous to exceed 95% of your maximum heart
rate while you exercising. Please consult your physician before performing any Heart Rate based training program.
Getting Started
Before you start this program, make sure there is a heart rate device
been used. The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to
include a warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press Target HR program key to enter this
program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the TARGET HR key is pressed, the message window will
scroll a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin Target HR program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
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2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Target Heart Rate
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT TARGET HR AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “TARGET
HR = 120” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the target HR from 90bpm to 185bpm by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After Target HR adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start Target HR program.
•
•
signifying the end of this program.
The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “ Time, Distance and
Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PRGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or save
this program during this period of time, see below for details.
If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence
will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be reset.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default target HR for workout.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
During the Program
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Display
• This program could not be started until a valid pulse is detected
for 4 seconds. If no pulse is detected, the message window will
flash a message “CHECK YOUR PULSE”. Make sure your heart
rate device is properly operated.
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt, Pulse” for 1150ES)
NOTE: In order to track pulse at all time, the display of %HR is
eliminated for this program.
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•
Adjusting Target Heart Rate
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the Target Heart Rate
during anytime of the program.
• Each time, the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed, the message window will display “TARGET HR =XXX” and adjust it accordingly.
When the adjustment is over it will resume to display the workout data.
• The target HR will be adjusted for the remaining program.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during Target Heart Rate program
• User may enter another program during Target Heart Rate program by pressing another program key. If another program key
is pressed during this time, the message display will scroll
“PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as
its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press “START” key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will then resume back to Target Heart Rate program
and continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED.TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
HEART RATE INTERVAL
PROGRAM
The Heart Rate Interval program is designed to alternate periods of
hard work (the stress phase) with periods of easy work (the recovery
phase). The console will adjust the resistance level up to meet your
upper target heart rate goal and adjust it down to Level 2 for you to
recover. Once your heart rate meets the lower heart rate goal or it
exceeds 5 minutes and not yet meet your lower heart rate goal, the
console will adjust the resistance up again. This procedure will repeat itself until the program time is up.
A HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICE MUST BE USED FOR THIS
PROGRAM. FOR A BETTER RESULT, CHEST STRAP IS
RECOMMNDAED FOR THIS PROGRAM.
IMPORTANT: It is dangerous to exceed 95% of your maximum heart
rate while you exercising. Please consult your physician before performing any Heart Rate based training program.
Getting Started
Before you start this program, make sure there is a heart rate device
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been used. The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to
include a warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press HR Interval program key to enter this
program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the HR Interval key is pressed, the message window will scroll
a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGON”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin HR Interval program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Lower HR Goal
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST LOWER HR GOAL AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the
“LOWER HR = 120BPM” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the HR from 90bpm to 175bpm by pressing
“UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the lower HR adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Upper HR Goal
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST UPPER HR GOAL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “UPPER HR = 150BPM” will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the HR from 100bpm to 185bpm by pressing
“UP/DOWN” key.
3. After upper HR adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start HR Interval program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default target HR for workout.
During the Program
Display
• This program could not be started until a valid pulse is detected
for 4 seconds. If no pulse is detected, the message window will
flash a message “CHECK YOUR PULSE”. Make sure your heart
rate device is properly operated.
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and RPM/
SPM”. (RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150ES & 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse”. (“Floor per minute, Floors, Watt, Pulse” for 1150ES)
NOTE: In order to track pulse at all time, the display of %HR is
eliminated for this program.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during HR Interval program
• User may enter another program during HR Interval program by
pressing another program key. If another program key has been
pressed during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS
ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press “START” key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will then resume back to HR Interval program and
continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE (FLOORS for Stepper), CALORIES
ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will be displayed for 5 seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or save
this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
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•
details.
After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
HEART RATE TRAINING
PROGRAM
This program is for 1150ES only
The Heart Rate Training program is based on a percentage (%) of
your maximum heart rate (220 minus your age). Within each training
zone subtle physiological effects take place to enhance your fitness.
* The energy efficient or Recovery zone – 60% to 70%
Training within this zone develops basic endurance and aerobic capacity.
* The Aerobic zone – 70% to 80%
Training within this zone to develop your cardiovascular system.
* The Anaerobic zone – 80% to 90%
Training within this zone will develop your lactic acid system.
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This program is designed to train
your heart in these 3 different heart
rate zones. The program profile
andpercentages areas below:
S1
Stage
S1
S2
%HR
60%
Stage
S8
%HR
75% 80%
S14
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
60%
60%
70%
70%
70%
75%
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
80%
80%
85%
85%
85%
A HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICE MUST BE USED FOR THIS
PROGRAM. FOR A BETTER RESULT, CHEST STRAP IS
RECOMMNDAED FOR THIS PROGRAM.
IMPORTANT: It is dangerous to exceed 95% of your maximum heart
rate while you exercising. Please consult your physician before performing any Heart Rate based training program.
Getting Started
Before you start this program, make sure there is a heart rate device
been used. The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to
include a warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press HR Training program key to enter this
program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting
mode
When the HR Training key is pressed, the message window will
scroll a message “PRESS ENRTER TO ADJUST OR START TO
BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin HR Training program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
3. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
1. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT.” Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
2. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
3. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
1. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “TIME = 30 MIN”
will be blinking.
2. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
3. After the time adjustment, the program setting is now completed.
Press “START” key to start HR Training program.
NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations.
During the Program
Display
• This program could not be started until a valid pulse is detected
for 4 seconds. If no pulse is detected, the message window will
flash a message “CHECK YOUR PULSE”. Make sure your heart
rate device is properly operated.
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, Intensity Level, Calories and SPM”.
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Floor per minute,
Floors, Watt & % Heart Rate”.
NOTE: In order to track %HR at all time, the display of pulse is
eliminated for this program.
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Adjusting Heart Rate Percentage
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the Heart Rate Percentage from 55% to 90% during anytime of the program.
• Each time the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed,the message window will
display “PERCENT HR = XX” and adjust it accordingly. When
the adjustment is over it will resume to display the workout data.
• Fewer adjustments are recommended for a better result.
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
CONSTANT POWER (MET)
PROGRAM
This program is for 1150U, 1150R and 1150EL only
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
Enter another program during HR Interval program
• User may enter another program during HR Training program by
pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed
during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER
TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting mode
or Press START key to start this program right away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key is pressed in 15 seconds, it will then resume back to HR Training program and
continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
TOTAL TIME, FLOORS, CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will be displayed for 5
seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START.” User could stop, re-start or save
this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, FLOORS, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence
will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
The Constant power program allows your equipment to be electronically controlled to deliver a specific work rate. As the pedal rate
falls, the brake is increasing resistance proportionally. There are 20
levels of MET level adjustments.
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press MET program key to enter this program.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the MET key is pressed, the message window will scroll a
message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”.
• Press “START/Resume” key to accept current default values
and begin MET program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode. The message display will bring you through the program setting step by
step as below:
Entering Age
4. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST AGE AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “AGE = XX” will
be blinking.
5. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the age.
6. After age adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Weight
4. If ENTER Key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST WEIGHT AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “WEIGHT =
XXX LB” will be blinking.
5. User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the weight.
6. After the weight adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering Program Time
4. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “ADJUST TIME AND ENTER TO ACCEPT”. Then the “TIME = 30
MIN” will be blinking.
5. User may adjust the program time by pressing “UP/DOWN” key.
6. After the time adjustment, then press “ENTER” key to accept.
Entering MET Level
4. If ENTER key is pressed, the message window will scroll, “SELECT MET LEVEL AND START TO BEGIN”. Then the “MET LEVEL
= 1” will be blinking.
5. User may adjust the MET level from 1 to 20 by pressing “UP/
DOWN” key.
6. After MET level adjustment, the program setting is now completed. Press “START” key to start MET program.
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NOTE: User may press START key at anytime during this program
setting to skip the adjustment and begin workout. By doing so, the
console will use default value of age and weight for %HR and
calories burned calculations and default MET level for workout.
During the Program
Display
• Once the program is started, the message window will display
the workout data of “Time, MET Level, Calories and RPM/SPM”.
(RPM for 1150U & 1150R; SPM for 1150EL)
• Press “SELECT” key to switch the display to “Speed, Distance,
Watt, Pulse and % Heart Rate”.
Adjusting MET Level
• User may press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the MET level during
anytime of the program.
• Each time the “UP/DOWN” key is pressed; the message window will display “MET LEVEL = XX” and adjust accordingly. Every adjustment is for the remaining of the program.
Pause, Stop or Save
See Console operation tips section for details, page 15.
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Enter another program during MET program
• User may enter another program during MET program by pressing another program key. If another program key is pressed during this time, the message display will scroll “PRESS ENTER ADJUST OR START TO BEGIN”. (Same as its program setting mode)
o User could press “ENTER” to enter this program setting
mode or Press “START” key to start this program right
away.
o If neither “ENTER” nor “START” key has been pressed in
15 seconds, it will then resume back to MET program and
continue workout.
o If another program is entered and started, the program time
will continue to count down from previous program time and
the workout data will be carried over to the next program.
seconds period. This program will be re-started. Time, Distance and
Calories will be continued accumulating.
Save this program
• To save this program, see USER 1 & USER 2 program page for
details.
• After the program is saved, the message window will resume to
display ”PROGRAM ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” until another key is pressed or 30 seconds is up.
Enter another program
User may enter another program during program ending by pressing another program key, same as entering another program during
the program-executing mode, except the time adjustment. User may
adjust the program time or accept the default value 30 minutes as
new program time.
USER 1 & USER 2 PROGRAM
These two programs are designed to be user friendly. Build up your
favorite program and save it into User 1 or User 2 program. When
you save a program, your “age, weight, program time, intensity level
for hill program, MET level for MET program, HR setting for HR program”, will be memorized. You could just call up your user program
and begin your workout with no time.
To Save A program into User 1 or
User 2
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Ending the Program
Program end
• When the selected program time is up, there will be a beep to
signifying the end of this program.
• The message window will scroll a messages ”PROGRAM ENDED.
TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” Then the total workout data of “Time, Distance and Calories” will be displayed for 5
seconds.
• After 5 seconds, it will scroll a message “SAVE YOUR PROGRAM
OR PRESS START TO RE-START”. User could stop, re-start or save
this program during this period of time, see below for details.
• If no key is pressed, it will back to scroll a message “PROGRAM
ENDED. TOTAL TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES ARE:” This sequence will be repeated for 30 seconds, and the console will be
reset.
Stop this program
To stop this program, simply press “STOP” key once or stop pedaling. The console will be reset to idle mode. No workout data will be
saved for next workout.
Re-start this program
To Re-start this program, press “START” key once during this 30
•
To save a program into User 1, press and hold “ENTER” and
“USER1” keys at the same time until a beeping sound confirming this program has been saved. Press and hold “ENTER” and
“USER 2” keys at the same time to save a program into User 2.
The message window will then display a message “YOUR PROGRAM HAS BEEN SAVED”. The program will be saved.
If a program is saved into user program, the following data will
be saved:
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Age
Weight
Program time
Intensity level for hill programs
Program profile
HR setting for HR program
MET level for MET program
Getting Started
The 1150 Series units are self-generating. Begin pedaling to initialize the unit and enter the programming cycle. Be sure to include a
warm-up and cool-down period as part of your workout.
Beginning the Program
Continue to pedal. The message window will scroll a message “SELECT A PROGRAM”. Press User 1 or User 2 program key to enter
this program.
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Workout Programs
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the USER 1 or USER 2 key is pressed:
1. If no program has been saved into user program before, the
message window will scroll a message “NO SAVED PROGRAM,
SELECT ANOTHER PROGRAM”. User may select another program at this time.
2. If a program has been saved into user program before, the message window will scroll a message “PRESS ENTER TO ADJUST
OR START TO BEGIN”.
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Press “START/Resume” key to accept the saved setting and
begin workout.
Or press “ENTER” key to enter program-setting mode.
It will skip Age and Weight entry and take you through each program setting step by step. For each program setting details,
please see its program pages.
During the Program
See each program page for details.
Ending the Program
See each program page for details.
Maintenance
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CAUTION – FOR SAFE OPERATION
Always inspect hardware prior to any exercise session. Look for
loose hardware, loose pedals, loose cranks and frayed wires.
Repair or replace any damaged or worn parts, tighten all loose
hardware.
As part of Diamondback’s normal installation and set-up process,
all pedal cranks must be tightened after 8 to 10 hours of initial
riding to ensure parts are properly seated to axle. This is standard
initial “break-in” service, which must be performed after the first 8
to 10 hours of use. Untightened pedal cranks may become loose,
causing damage, which may void the warranty.
After training, always wipe down your 1150 series unit.
Perspiration that continuously settles on frame, pads or casing
may eventually cause rust or damage to the unit. Damage
resulting from lack of proper maintenance will not be covered
under warranty. To clean pads, use a mild soap and warm water.
Dry with a clean towel.
If noises develop or malfunctions occur, contact your authorized
Diamondback fitness dealer.
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Domestic Warranty Information
(Applies to all product sold and placed within the continental US,
Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico only)
Effective: August 2003
Diamondback warrants its 1150 series (1150 Upright, Recumbent,
Stepper, Elliptical) to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use in the home and light instructional environments. Diamondback’s obligation under this Warranty is limited to
repair or replacement of any defective part without charge through an
authorized service agent to the original purchaser with the following
parameters:
Who is covered:
The Warranty is extended to the individual or legal entity whose name
appears on the Warranty registration card filed with Diamondback
and may not be transferred to any other individual or legal entity.
What is covered:
Maximum usage: 14 hours per week.
Parts &
Electronics:
Normal
Wear Items:
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Labor:
Lifetime limited Warranty, covers defects
in welds, materials, and workmanship.
3 Years
90-day limited on foam grips, pedals,
pedal straps, seats, seat backs, etc.
1 Year
Normal
Wear Items:
Labor:
Warranty Registration:
Warranty commitments are valid only with a completed Warranty
card that is returned within 15 days from the date of purchase and
includes the product serial number. Registration is available at
www.diamondbackfitness.com.
Proof of purchase from Diamondback’s authorized dealer will be
required if the Warranty card is not registered prior to any consideration of Warranty claim.
The Warranty does not apply to any failure of the product, or any
parts of the product, due to: assembly errors, alterations, modifications, misuse, abuse, accident, improper maintenance, or if the serial number on the product has been removed, altered or defaced.
Assembly errors include but are not limited to:
• Severed wire harness.
• Stripped crank arms and/or pedals.
• Bolts used in the wrong location.
Contact the authorized Diamondback dealer where unit as originally purchased. If you have moved, or that retailer is unavailable,
use our dealer locator at www.diamondbackfitness.com to help find
another authorized dealer.
Diamondback is not responsible for arranging Warranty service and/
or honoring extended warranties provided by dealers.
Exclusions:
Maximum Usage: 21 hours per week
Parts &
Electronics:
Sales where the unit is delivered unassembled (in a carton) to the
end user (e.g. mail order or Internet sales) without a service contract
purchased through the dealer voids the Warranty.
Parts & Service:
LIGHT INSTITUTIONAL:
Frame:
To obtain service you must contact your authorized Diamondback
Fitness dealer. Your dealer is also your authorized service agent. An
authorized service agent must diagnose your unit in order to determine Warranty claims/issues.
Warranty voided if:
HOME:
Frame:
To obtain service:
Lifetime limited Warranty, covers defects in
welds, materials, and workmanship.
Warranty is void if the 1150 series unit is placed in a commercial or
light commercial environment, such as health club, school, or correctional facility.
Additional Rights:
2 Years
90-day limited on foam grips, pedals, pedal
straps, seats, seat backs, etc.
1 Year
This Warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties, and any
implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose created hereby, are limited to the same duration as the express Warranty herein. Raleigh America, Inc. shall not be liable for
any incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitations of implied warranties, incidental or consequential, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply
to you. Retailers and wholesale outlets for Raleigh America, Inc.
products are not authorized to modify this Warranty in any way. This
Warranty gives the original owner specific legal rights. Other additional rights may vary from state to state.
Raleigh America Inc.
6004 S. 190th St., Suite 101,
Kent, WA 98032
Phone number: 253-395-1100
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