Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual
Multi-function Pedometer
Five Function Pedometer
Congratulations for the purchase of this pedometer. This
accurate and easy product will display all the information
related to your exercise: steps, distance covered,
calories burnt and stopwatch. Please read the manual
before use and keep it for further reference.
NOTES: This unit only provides data as an
informative basis for your daily life. And it
cannot be used within the scope of
medical surveillance.
A
B
F
C
G
D
H
E
FUNCTIONS
FUNCTIONS
8-082
8-082
8-081
Step counter
Distance monitor
G
C
H
D
Resets display modes to zero.
Increases the value of settings
when entering or changing data
D.[START/STOP]
button(ST/SP)
Button to start or
stop the counter-up timer
E.[PULSE]button
Sets the unit to the pulse display
for taking and monitoring a
person's heart rate.
Sensor that monitors the users
pulse when the user places
their finger on its top.
G. Battery slot cover
Calorie counter
H. Belt Clip
EL backlight
I. EL backlight button
Body weight adjustment
Metric system and
Imperial system option
8-081
FIG A
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The pedometer has the following display modes
1.STEP/TIME
When the signs " " point "STEP" and "TIME ", the left
displays STEP, and the right displays clock.( FIG. B)
W Distance/ Stopwatch
When the signs "
" points "DIST" and "ST W , the
left displays DISTANCE, and the right displays
stopwatch (FIG.C)
BATTERY INSTALLATION
1.Use the coin or similar tools to rotate in shown
direction to open the battery cover.
2.Insert two Lr44 size 1.5V batteries (or equivalent)
into battery slots [FIG. F]
3.Rotate in reverse direction to close the battery cover.
OPEN
LR4 4
1.5V
BATTERY
LR44
- -
-
LR4 4
1.5V
-
- -
FIG.C
FIG.F
W(Calorie/ Stopwatch)
When the signs " " point "CAL" and "ST W" , the left
displays CALORIE burnt, and the right displays
stopwatch (FIG. D)
4.PULSE just fits for model 8-082
When the sign
appears
the right will display
pulse rate value.(FIG. E)
NOTE:
FIG.G
METRIC/IMPERIAL SYSTEM SETTING,
STRIDE, WEIGHT SETTING
1.Hold [MODE], [ST/SP], [RESET] the 3 buttons
together to enter into metric/imperial system setting
model.(Resetting after change battery may also
enter into this mode)
2.There are 2 parts on LCD to display "ib" and "inch",
represents imperial system ("ib" is pound for weight, "inch"
is inch for length). Pressing [RESET] button again will
display KG and CM , represents Metric system
("KG" is weight unit, "CM" is length unit). Press
[RESET] button again to switch between metric system
and imperial system.
Press [MODE] button to
confirm the setting for
weight and length, then
the stride parameter will
flash pending for setting
Fig H
(FIG. H).
When the display becomes dim, please
replace batteries in time.
3.Press [RESET] button to set stride, then [MODE]
button to confirm this setting.
If there is no display or function
turbulence after changing battery. Just
fetch the battery out from meter, and
replace it back after 15 seconds. Or
you can use a forceps to make s hort
circuit of battery. As Fig G, then replace
the battery.
4. Weight parameter
flashes for resetting
(FIG.I), press [RESET] to
adjust it and press
[MODE] button to
confirm this setting and
quit from setting mode.
Fig I
FIG.E
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HOW TO SET THE CLOCK
NOTE:
In imperial system, the distance unit will be miles;
but in metric system, the distance unit will be
KM(kilometer).
The stride data will be a very important parameter
to measure distance, and weight data is also
important to calorie measurement. So, please set
it serously.
Stride parameter range is 30~50cm (or 11~60
inch), default value is 50 cm(or 20 inch). Each
press [RESET] to add 1 unit from low to high,
until coming back to another circle.
Weight parameter range is 30~150 KGS (or
65~340 pounds), default value is 50 KGS (or 100
pounds). Each press [RESET] to add 1 unit from
low to high, until coming back to another circle.
If no operation within 30 seconds, it will quit
setting mode automatically.
Stride is a changing data, so you can use an
average value. As FIG. J
1. Press the [MODE] button to enter into STEP/TIME
model.
2. In TIME mode, press and hold the MODE button for two
seconds to reset time. The 12 hour value will flash. Use
the [RESET] button to make a selection between 12
hour(12HR) format and 24hour(24HR) format. Then
press [MODE] button to confirm the setting. Then the
"hour " parameter is flashing on LCD.
3. Press [RESET] button to adjust value and [MODE]
button to confirm it. Then "minute" parameter is
flashing on LCD.
4.Press [RESET] button to adjust value and [MODE]
button to confirm it. Then "second" parameter is
flashing on LCD.
2. Hold [MODE] again for 2 seconds to enter into setting
mode.
3. The setting operation will be the same as above
( Metric/imperial system setting,stride, weight
setting ) 3~4.
HOW TO WEAR THE PEDOMETER
Attach the pedometer at waist level to your belt, slacks,
or training attire. Make sure that the pedometer is
securely attached in a horizontal position [FIG. M].
Open the cover, and press RESET button to clear the
record data. Then close the cover to use it.
NOTES: The improper positioning of the pedometer
may result in incorrect measurements.
5.Press [RESET] button to clear second to zero and
[MODE] button to confirm it and quit from setting model.
HOW TO SET STRIDE AND WEIGHT
1. Press [MODE] to enter into distance/time mode
[FIG K] or calorie/time mode [FIG L].
FIG M
CHECK,DELETE STEPS/DISTANCE/
CALORIE
FIG J
1. Press [MODE] to switch between steps/time;
distance/time/ calorie.
FIG K
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FIG L
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DISPLAY MODE
FIG.D
C. [RESET]button
Count-up timer
Stride length adjustment
I
FIG.B
Alternates display between
different modes
F. Finger insertion
slot
12-24hr. real time clock
B
3.CAL/ST
One-line display with two fields
B. [MODE]button
Pulse monitor
A
2.DIST/ST
NAME AND FUNCTIONS (FIG.A)
A. LCD
1. Press [MODE] to enter into distance/time mode
[FIG K] or calorie/time mode [FIG L].
FIG M
CHECK,DELETE STEPS/DISTANCE/
CALORIE
FIG J
1. Press [MODE] to switch between steps/time;
distance/time/ calorie.
FIG K
FIG L
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HOW TO TAKE A PULSE(8-082)
2. In step/time mode, press [RESET] button to clear all
data (all steps, distance and calorie memories,) to zero.
DAILY PRACTICE SUGGESTION
In order to keep
practice effect, a
person weighting 60kgs
should walk more than
10000 step, consume
300Kcal. FIG N is the
relative suggestion for
people who are
different weights.
K cal
700
600
500
400
300
200
40
60
80
FIG N
100
120
140kg
HOW TO SET THE STOPWATCH FUNCTION
1. Press the MODE button to select DIST/ST.W (refer to
Fig.O) or CAL/ST.W (refer to Fig.P) display modes.
2.To start to timer, press the ST/SP button.
3.To stop the timer, press the ST/SP button again.
4.To reset the timer to zero, press RESET button.
A person's pulse rate indicates the number of times
that the heart beats within a given time period. The
pedometer attempts to calculate approximately how
many times a heart will beat in one minute. Many
factors such as smoking, eating and emotion can
affect the user's heart. Monitoring your pulse rate can
be useful for determining how hard the heart is
working at a given level of activity. The information
can be used to plan an effective exercise routine.
Individuals with an irregular heart rate or
cardiovascular deficiencies may experience difficulty
obtaining a pulse rate. However, this data is given on
an informative basis, it can not used within the scope
of medical surveillance.
1.Press the [ ] button to
enter PULSE mode, and
the display will show a
heart icon PULSE
(refer to Fig.Q)
FIG Q
2.Put your right index finger on the sensor and insure
the finger touching the sensor (refer to Fig.R)
3.After positioning your right index finger on the sensor,
maintain a steady situation, the icon of
will
flash, then your heart rate will show on the display.
EL BACKLIGHT
Press LIGHT to last 5 seconds backlight
NOTE:
Please don't activate the backlight if have
no use for it. This will save the power.
THE FOLLOWING WRONG USE MAY
CAUSE INCORRECT STEP COUNTING
1.The user does not wear the appliance in the right
place, such as putting the pedometer in pocket, the
edge of pocket, on the abdomen center or the side
of the body. (refer to Fig.M for correct place for
wearing the pedometer).
2. Walking in a crowd making the steps not standard.
3. Jogging or running
4. Swerve, go upstairs or downstairs or on bus
5. Hard shock or dampness on the appliance
6. The pedometer is not vertical to the ground when
walking.
7. Walking on an uneven road.
Finger insertion slot
FIG. O
FIG. P
FIG R
NOTE: If the sensor can not detect your heart rate
within a given time period for some reason, it will
automatically return to the previous display mode.
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Ope ration / Procedure
Problems
Cause
Calor ie e rror
Incorrect weight data
Set correct u ser weight
Pulse rate
error
Finger placement
incorrect
Ensure the finger is
touching the sensor and
the pressure is proper
NO display
Steps error
Distance error
Battery installed incorrectly Install battery correctly
Low battery
Put in new battery
Appliance wear
incorrect
Wear the appliance
correctly
Sensitivity adjusted
incorrectly
Adjust the sensitivity
correctly
Not the same
stride length
Make the stride length
as the same as possible
Wron g paramet er
of stride length
Set co rrect p arameter
of strid e lengt h
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Modes: STEP,DIST/ST .W, CAL
Real Time Clock: 12 hour/ 24 hour option with hour/
minute/second
Display step
0~99999 steps
Distance Travelled 0-999.99km (0-999.99 mile)
Stopwatch
99hours 59minutes 59seconds (1/100
second precision within one hour)
0.0~9999.9Kcal
Calorie
Stride length
30-150cm(11-60 inch)
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Weight Range 30-150kg(65-340 lbs.)
Pulse Range 40~206bpm(8-082)
EL Backlight :5S(8-081)
Operation Temperature 0 -50
Storage Temperature: -10 -60
Power supply: 2 x LR44 1.5V batteries or equivalent
Product Size: 54.5(L)X52(W)X36.5(D)mm
Weight 40g
MAINTENANCE
The following suggestions will help to extend the
pedometer life.
1.Keep the appliance dry, If the pedometer comes
into contact with water, dry immediately with a dry,
soft lint-free cloth
2.Please use and store the appliance under normal
temperature, the excessive temperature will shorten
the components life, damage the batter or make the
plastic parts distortion.
3.Do not expose the appliance to shocks, this would
damage the circuit board and make the pedometer
malfunctions.
4.Do not clean the appliance with abrasive or
corrosive products. Keep the case clean with dank
cloth.
5.Only use new batteries of the type indicated in this
notice. Replace the old battery with new one in time.
6.Do not touch the appliance's internal components.
This would risk causing damage and the warranty
will be terminated.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING AND EXPLANATION
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