PDM-10B 20B
MA0312-EA
Operation Guide PDM-10B/20B
ILLUSTRATION
PDM-10B
GENERAL GUIDE
PDM-10B
1 RESET button
Press to reset the number of steps to “0” .
Pressing this button while the display is blank turns
on the display.
Holding down this button turns off power.
PDM-20B
5 RESET button
Press to reset the number of steps to “0” .
2 Front cover
8 Front panel
3 Back cover
9 Back panel
4 Clip
0 Clip
6 SET button
7 MODE button
A Cursor
OPENING THE PEDOMETER PANELS (PDM-20B)
Holding the front and back panels of the pedometer, release the catch on the top of the panels and then open them
as shown in the illustration.
PDM-20B
AFFIXING THE PEDOMETER TO YOUR CLOTHING
• Clip the pedometer securely to your belt or the waistband of your slacks, skirt, training pants, etc.
• Take care that you hook the clip so your belt or waistband enters the clip as far as it will go. Improper attachment
of the pedometer or wearing it an angle can cause mistakes in the number of step count.
• Take care that you do not accidentally press the RESET button while you are attaching or removing the
pedometer. Accidentally pressing the RESET button will reset the number of steps to “0”.
• Make sure that the two panels of the pedometer are securely closed while you are using it (PDM-20B).
• A sticker is affixed to the glass of the pedometer when you purchase it. Be sure to remove the sticker before
using the pedometer.
• Depending on the model of your pedometer, its configuration may differ somewhat from that shown in the
illustration.
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Operation Guide PDM-10B/20B
HOW THE PEDOMETER WORKS
TO SET YOUR CURRENT WEIGHT (PDM-20B)
• This pedometer is intended for use while walking during normal daily life and during light jogging.
• As you walk or jog across a level surface, the pedometer detects the impact acceleration generated when your
foot hits the ground.
• If you hold the pedometer vertically and shake it up and down, you should be able to hear a rattling sound. This
is the sound of the pendulum inside the pedometer that is used for detecting movement. This sound indicates
that the pedometer is operating normally.
• Note that the pedometer cannot count steps correctly under the conditions described below. Avoid these
conditions whenever using the pedometer.
1. While the number of steps screen is displayed, press the MODE button twice to display the calorie screen.
2. Press the SET button to display the weight setting screen.
3. While the weight screen is on the display, use the SET button to specify your current weight.
• The display will exit the weight length setting screen automatically if you do not perform any operation for a
few seconds.
• Each press of the SET button increases the displayed weight by 1 kg. You can set a value in the range of
30 kg to 120 kg.
• Holding down the SET button changes the setting at high speed.
4. After you are finished setting your weight, simply wait and the pedometer will automatically exit the weight
setting screen and return to the calorie screen.
1. Irregular walking
• Walking where it is crowded
• Walking in sandals
• Shuffling your feet
2. Any activity other than walking or jogging
• Any activity that requires sudden standing or sitting
• Jumping, or extreme activities or sports
• Climbing or descending stairs or a steep slope
• Vibration while riding on a car, train, bus, etc.
* Never start on any exercise program without consulting your physician, especially if you are currently under the
care of a physician, or if you have any past history of heart problems.
CALORIE
(kcal)
SET button
CALORIE
(kcal)
WEIGHT
(kg)
RESET
SET
MODE
WEIGHT
(kg)
RESET
SET
CHANGING MODES (PDM-20B)
RESETTING THE PEDOMETER
• Press the MODE button to cycle through the number of steps, distance, and calorie screens.
(PDM-10B)
Press the RESET button to reset the number of steps to “0”.
TO SET YOUR STRIDE LENGTH (PDM-20B)
1. Calculate your average stride length.
• In a safe place, mark your starting point. Walk normally for 10 paces, and mark where you stop. Measure the
distance between the two marks, and then divide by 10.
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10
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5
6
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CALORIE
(kcal)
MODE
WEIGHT
(kg)
RESET
SET
MODE
(PDM-20B)
Press the RESET button to reset the number of steps, distance, and calories to “0”.
Note that the RESET operation does not affect the stride length and weight settings.
• Before starting a new pedometer measurement operation, be sure to reset to “0” first.
60 cm
2
4
6m
60 cm
2. While the number of steps screen is displayed, press the MODE button once to display the distance screen.
3. Press the SET button to display the stride length setting screen.
4. While the stride length setting screen is on the display, use the SET button to specify the average stride length
you calculated in step 1.
• Each press of the SET button increases the displayed stride length by 1cm. You can set a value in the range
of 30cm to 180cm.
• Holding down the SET button changes the setting at high speed.
• The display will exit the stride length setting screen automatically if you do not perform any operation for a few
seconds.
5. After you are finished setting the stride length you want, simply wait and the pedometer will automatically exit
the stride length setting screen and return to the distance screen.
DIS
(km)
SET button
DIS
(km)
DIS
(km)
STRIDE
(cm)
RESET
SET
MODE
STRIDE
(cm)
RESET
SET
MODE
STRIDE
(cm)
RESET
SET
MODE
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Operation Guide PDM-10B/20B
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Replace the battery whenever the figures on the display become dim and difficult to read.
Replacing the Battery
(PDM-10B)
1. Remove the screws that secure the back cover in place.
2. Remove the old battery.
3. Load a new battery so its positive (+) side is facing up (so you can see it).
• Loading the battery improperly can cause it to leak and damage the interior of the pedometer.
4. Replace the back cover and secure it in place with the screws.
Battery Precautions
• Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If a battery is accidentally swallowed, contact your physician
immediately.
• Be sure to load the battery with its positive (+) side facing upwards (so you can see it ).
• Never charge the battery that comes with the pedometer.
• Should the battery ever leak inside the pedometer, wipe out the fluid with a cloth, taking care not to let any get
onto your skin.
• Replace the battery at least once every 3 years, even if the current battery is working properly.
• The battery that comes with the pedometer loses some of its power during transport and storage.
(PDM-20B)
1. Insert a coin or similar object into the slot on the bottom of the pedometer.
2. Move the coin up and down to remove the cover from the front panel.
3. Remove the old battery.
4. Load a new battery so its positive (+) side is facing up (so you can see it ).
• Loading the battery improperly can cause it to leak and damage the interior of the pedometer.
5. Replace the cover on the front panel.
• Insert the tabs of the cover into the slots, and then press the cover until it snaps securely in place.
• Check to make sure that the front panel cover is securely and properly in place.
6. Hold down the RESET, SET, and MODE buttons at the same time for about three seconds until everything
clears from the display.
7. Release the buttons.
• This causes “88888” to appear for about two second, and then the number of step screen appears.
• At this time the number of steps, distance, and calorie screens will all be “0”.
• The stride length and weight values are also reset to their initial defaults at this time. Perform the required
procedures to re-specify your stride length and weight.
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