SE188 - Oregon Scientific

SE188 - Oregon Scientific
 Heart Rate Alert ........................................................... 9
User Profile ................................................................... 10
Activity Level . .............................................................11
About the Fitness / Body Mass Index .........................11
Fitness Index ..............................................................11
Body Mass Index......................................................... 12
View Fitness / Body Mass Index . .............................. 13
Wearing the Chest Belt and Watch.............................. 13
Transmission Signal................................................... 14
Signal Search ............................................................ 15
About The SMART TRAINING PROGRAM................... 15
Using the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM................. 16
View Data while SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
is Running . ................................................................ 16
View SMART TRAINING PROGRAM Memory
Records ..................................................................... 17
Recovery Heart Rate ................................................. 17
Stopwatch ..................................................................... 17
View Data while Stopwatch / Lap is Running ............ 18
View Stopwatch or Lap Memory Records.................. 18
Batteries ........................................................................ 19
Training Information .................................................... 20
How the Heart Rate Monitor Helps You .................... 20
Training Tips .............................................................. 20
Aquatic and Outdoor Activities ................................. 20
Specifications ............................................................... 21
Precautions . ................................................................. 22
About Oregon Scientific .............................................. 23
EU-Declaration of Conformity ..................................... 23
USER MANUAL
CONTENTS
Introduction..................................................................... 2
Key Features . ................................................................. 3
Watch .......................................................................... 3
LCD Display . ............................................................... 3
Getting Started................................................................ 4
Unpacking the Watch .................................................. 4
Turning On the Watch (First-Time Use Only) .............. 4
Setting the Keypad Tone / Light Mode / Tap On
Lens ............................................................................. 4
Activating the Backlight ............................................... 5
Activating the Keypad Lock ......................................... 5
Tap On Lens . .............................................................. 6
Switching Between Operation Modes . ........................ 6
Using the Clock .............................................................. 6
Using the Alarm(s) ......................................................... 7
Setting the Alarm(s) . ................................................... 7
Turning the Alarm Sound Off . ..................................... 8
Activating / Deactivating the Alarm . ............................ 8
Exercise Profile............................................................... 8
Target Activity .............................................................. 9
Maximum / Lower / Upper Heart Rate Limit ................ 9
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Tap On Pro
Heart Rate Monitor
Model: SE188
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting the Oregon Scientific Tap On
Pro Heart Rate Monitor (SE188) watch as your sports
fitness product of choice. This device includes the following
features:
• Heart rate monitor with cordless transmission between
watch and chest belt.
• Digital coding system to reduce environmental
interference.
• Heart rate monitoring system when you go above or
below your upper and lower heart rate limit.
• Visual or sound alert for heart rate thresholds during
training.
• Memory stores heart rate figures during exercise.
• SMART TRAINING PROGRAM enables you to
complete exercise cycles effectively.
• Tap on lens to conveniently view exercise data.
• Calorie consumption and percent fat burn display
during and after exercise.
• Exercise profile - to calculate your personal heart rate
limit for training.
• User profile - to calculate your fitness index and body
mass index (BMI).
• Stopwatch.
• 99 lap memory storage showing average heart rate and
maximum heart rate.
• Dual alarms with a choice of daily, weekday or weekend
settings.
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Mounting bracket, chest belt and carrying case
included.
Watch - up to 50 metres water resistant.
Chest belt - splash proof.
IMPORTANT The use of the SE188 watch is for sport
purposes only and it is not meant to replace any medical
device.
LCD DISPLAY
WATCH
1. Area 1
2. Area 2
3. Area 3
Area 1
1. MEM / LAP / - : Display training records; decrease
setting value; mark a lap.
2. MODE: Switch to another display.
3. ST / SP / +: Start / stop timer; increase setting value.
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/
: Turn on backlight for 3 seconds; lock / unlock
the keypad.
5. SET: Enter Setting Mode; select another setting option;
display different information during training; reset timer
/ stopwatch.
1. TIMER: Smart Training Program is shown or running.
2. TTL: Total exercise time is displayed.
3. : Keypad lock is enabled.
4. LAP: Shows current lap time or memory lap time.
5. SPLIT: Shows and calculates split time.
6. WARM: Warm-up timer is shown or running.
7. STW: Stopwatch is shown or running.
8. : Keypad tone is disabled.
9. REST: Recovery timer is shown or running.
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KEY FEATURES
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6. : Flashes when receiving heart rate signal.
7. kglbs: Body weight unit.
8. % FAT: Percentage of fat burn.
9. CM Yr: Height unit; year of user’s birth.
10. LAP: Take lap; lap number.
11. MEM: Stopwatch or timer memory is shown.
12. : Battery status.
Area 2
1. MM:DD or DD: MM and day of the week; stopwatch time.
2. /
: Alarm 1 and 2; waves show when alarm is
activated.
GETTING STARTED
3. : Cursor highlights the selected alarm in Alarm
Mode.
4. kcal: Calorie unit.
5. 6. UNPACKING THE WATCH
When you unpack your watch, make sure to keep all the
packing materials in a safe place, in case you need to later
transport or return the product for servicing.
In this box, you will find:
• Watch
• Heart rate chest belt
• Mounting bracket
• Carry case
• 2 x CR2032 lithium batteries - already installed
: Light Mode is enabled.
: Tap on lens is enabled.
Area 3
TURNING ON THE WATCH (FIRST-TIME USE ONLY)
1. Time - HH:MM.
2. AM/PM: Appears when the 12-hour clock / alarm is
being used.
3. AVG: Average heart rate is displayed.
4. MAX: Maximum heart rate is displayed.
5. : Heart rate is above or below limit; sound alert is
activated.
Press any key for 2 seconds to activate the LCD display.
SETTING THE KEYPAD TONE / LIGHT MODE /
TAP ON LENS
You can set the watch to have the:
• Keypad “Beep” tone ON or OFF.
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• Light Mode ON or OFF - see “Activating the Backlight”
section.
• Tap On Lens ON or OFF- see “Tap On Lens” section.
2. Press SET repeatedly until you reach the feature you
wish to change.
3. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to change the
setting.
4. Press SET to confirm the setting and move on to the
next one.
ACTIVATING THE BACKLIGHT
When the Light Mode is set to OFF:
• Press to turn on the backlight for 3 seconds. Press any
other key whilst the light is on and it will extend the light
time by another 3 seconds.
When the Light Mode is set to ON:
• Press any key to turn ON or extend the backlight for 3
seconds.
To help conserve power the Light Mode ON setting will
automatically switch to OFF after 2 hours.
To set these features:
1. Press MODE to navigate to the Real-Time Clock
Mode.
NOTE The backlight does not work when the low battery
icon is shown and will return to normal once the batteries
are replaced.
ACTIVATING THE KEYPAD LOCK
To turn the keypad lock ON or OFF:
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Press and hold
for 2 seconds.
will appear
on the display when the keypad lock is on.
appears when the tap on lens is activated and flashes
when the preset display is shown.
TAP ON LENS
SWITCHING BETWEEN OPERATION MODES
The tap on lens feature gives you easy access to 1 of 6
preset modes:
• Heart rate (HR)
• Stopwatch (STW)
• Smart Training Program (SMART)
• Calorie measurement (CAL)
• Lap timer (LAP)
• Time
To set the tap on lens preset mode:
1. In clock mode, press SET repeatedly until you reach the
tap on lens “ON” display.
Press MODE to switch between the 5 operation modes:
• Real-Time Clock
• Alarm Clock
• User Profile / Exercise Profile
• Timer - SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
• Stopwatch
The modes are described in the sections that follow.
NOTE You can run the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM or
stopwatch in the background as you access other modes.
The icon for the mode that is running will flash until you
switch back to that mode. USING THE CLOCK
The real-time clock is the default display for the watch.
To set the real-time clock:
1. Press MODE to switch to Real-Time Clock Mode.
2. Press and hold SET to enter the preset modes
selection.
3. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to select the preset
mode.
4. Press SET to confirm.
To use the tap on lens:
Simply tap on the lens and your preset mode will display for
10 seconds before returning to the previous screen.
2. Press and hold SET until the first setting flashes.
3. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to change the
setting. Hold to speed through the options. Press SET
to confirm the setting and move on to the next one.
4. Repeat step 3 to change other settings for this mode.
2. Press SET to move the cursor to select alarm 1 or alarm
2 and ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to activate
or
the alarm.
deactivate
3. Press and hold SET to enter the setting mode for the
chosen alarm.
The order of the real-time clock settings is:
•12 / 24 hour clock format
• Hour
• Minute
• Year
• DD:MM or MM:DD date format
• Month
• Day
4. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to change the
setting. Hold to speed through the options. Press SET
to confirm the setting and move on to the next one.
5. Repeat step 4 to change other settings for this mode.
6. The alarm will automatically be activated once you have
finished setting the alarm time.
NOTE The clock is programmed with a 50-year autocalendar, which means you do not need to reset the days of
the week and dates each month.
USING THE ALARM(S)
SETTING THE ALARM(S)
Your watch has 2 alarms that can be set to activate daily
(Mon-Sun), on a weekday (Mon-Fri), or on a weekend (Sat
/ Sun).
The order of the alarm clock settings is:
• Select daily, weekday or weekend alarm
• Hour
• Minute
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To set alarm 1 or alarm 2:
1. Press MODE to navigate to Alarm Clock Mode.
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TURNING THE ALARM SOUND OFF
Press any key to turn the alarm sound off. The alarm will
automatically reset itself unless you deactivate it.
ACTIVATING / DEACTIVATING THE ALARM
1. Press MODE to navigate to Alarm Clock Mode.
2. Press SET to move to the cursor to select alarm 1 or 2.
3. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to activate
the alarm.
deactivate
If this screen appears, press SET to navigate to the Exercise
Profile Mode.
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EXERCISE PROFILE
To calculate your minimum and maximum heart rate you
need to set the exercise profile.
Different activities exercise the body in different ways
and help you to achieve a variety of fitness goals. To
accommodate this the exercise profile can be set to suit
different exercise activities. For example, if you are running,
your exercise profile settings are likely to differ from those
you would use when undertaking a weight training activity.
2. Press SET to navigate to 1 of the 3 exercise profiles.
3. Press and hold SET until the first setting flashes.
4. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to change the
setting. Hold to speed through the options. Press SET
to confirm the setting and move on to the next one.
5. Repeat step 4 to change other settings for this mode.
Also, the time you require to warm-up and complete an
exercise will vary. That is why you can change the warm-up
and exercise countdown time to suit you.
The order of the exercise profile settings is:
• Target activity - 0 to 2
• Lower limit heart rate
• Upper limit heart rate
• Heart rate alert - ON / OFF
• Exercise timer - hour
• Exercise timer - minute
To set the exercise profile:
1. Press MODE to navigate to Exercise Profile Mode.
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Warm-up timer - set to 5, 10, 15 to activate or 0 mins to
deactivate timer
Rest timer - ON / OFF
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Anaerobic
Exercise
78-90%
NOTE Once you have set your exercise profile your lower
and upper heart rate limit will be set automatically. However,
you can manually change your upper and lower heart rate
limit if the automatic setting does not suit you. If you change
the target activity level, your upper / lower and maximum
heart rate will automatically be updated.
Generates speed
and power. It works
at or above the
body’s oxygen intake
capability, builds
muscle,and cannot be
maintained for a long
period of time.
MAXIMUM / LOWER / UPPER HEART RATE LIMIT
TARGET ACTIVITY
Before you begin any exercise program and to achieve
maximum health benefits from your workout, it is important
to know your:
• Maximum heart rate (MHR)
• Lower heart rate limit
• Upper heart rate limit
There are 3 target activity levels:
TARGET ACTIVITY
MHR%
DESCRIPTION
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65-78%
This is the lowest
training intensity
level. It is good
for beginners and
those who want to
strengthen their
cardiovascular
systems.
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Health
Maintenance
Aerobic
Exercise
65-85%
To manually calculate your own heart rate limits, follow the
instructions below:
Increases strength
and endurance. It
works within the
body’s oxygen
intake capability,
burns more
calories, and can be
maintained for a long
period of time.
MHR
LOWER LIMIT
UPPER LIMIT
MHR =
220 - age
MHR x lower target
activity %.
E.g. Target activity is
0. Lower Limit = MHR
x 65%
MHR x upper target
activity %. E.g.
Target activity is 0.
Upper Limit = MHR
x 78%
HEART RATE ALERT
You can set the heart rate alert in the exercise profile to the
following settings:
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ICON
DESCRIPTION
Heart rate sound alert is OFF
Heart rate sound alert is ON
• 1 beep means you have gone below
your lower zone limit
• 2 beeps means you have gone above your upper zone limit
2. Press and hold SET until the first setting flashes.
When the heart rate alert is activated, a flashing down or up
arrow will appear on the display to show which heart rate
limit you have surpassed.
USER PROFILE
To access the full benefits of the watch, set up your
user profile before you exercise. This will automatically
generate a fitness index and body mass index (BMI). These
calculations along with the calorie and fat % burned will help
you track your progress over time.
To set the user profile:
1. Press MODE to navigate to User Profile Mode.
3. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP / - to change the setting.
Hold to speed through the options. Press SET to confirm
the setting and move on to the next one.
4. Repeat step 3 to change other settings for this mode.
The order of the user profile settings is:
• Sex
• Year of birth
• Month of birth
• Day of birth
• Weight unit - lbs or kg
• Weight
• Height unit - ft or cm
• Height
• Activity level - 0-2
If this screen appears, press SET repeatedly to navigate
to the User Profile Mode.
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ABOUT THE FITNESS / BODY MASS INDEX
FITNESS INDEX
Your watch will generate a fitness index based on your
aerobic fitness. This index is dependent and limited by the
body’s ability to deliver oxygen to the working muscles in
training. It is often measured by maximum oxygen uptake
(VO2 Max), which is defined as the highest amount
of oxygen that can be utilized when exercising at an
increasingly demanding level. The lungs, heart, blood,
circulatory system, and working muscles are all factors to
determine VO2 Max. The unit of VO2 Max is ml/kg min.
The higher the index, the fitter you are. See the tables below
for a rough guide to what your fitness index means:
NOTE You can display and adjust your user profile at any
time.
NOTE You must set up your user profile to use the calorie
count and fat burn features.
ACTIVITY LEVEL
ACTIVITY
LEVEL
DESCRIPTION
0
Low - You do not usually participate
in programmed recreation sports or
exercise.
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Medium - You are engaged in modest
physical activity (such as golfing, horseback
riding, table tennis, callisthenics, bowling,
weight lifting or gymnastics) 2-3 times a
week, totalling 1 hour per week.
2
High - You actively and regularly
participate in heavy physical exercise
(such as running, jogging, swimming,
cycling, or skipping rope) or engage in
vigorous aerobic exercise (such as tennis,
basketball or handball).
Age
The activity level is based on your own self-assessment of
the amount of exercise you regularly perform.
FA
IR
AV
ER
AG
E
Fitness index
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GO
OD
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Once you complete your user profile, a fitness index and
body mass index is automatically calculated and displayed
for you. Refer to the “About the Fitness / Body Mass Index”
section for further information.
Age
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FA
IR
AV
ER
AG
E
Your body weight may be
above normal. Increase
your exercise and work out
a diet plan to lower your risk
for serious illness.
Obese
30.0 or
greater
At this level, you may be at
risk for heart disease, high
blood pressure, and other
illnesses. Consult with your
doctor to develop a proper
health and fitness plan.
NOTE BMI should not be used as a guideline for health
risks for the following groups:
BODY MASS INDEX
Your body mass index is a measurement of the relative
percentages of fat and muscle mass in the human body.
HEALTH
INDICATION
BMI
RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Underweight
Less than
20.0
Your body weight is
currently lower than
average. Work toward
healthy, regular food intake
and exercise routine to
build up your health to
recommended levels.
20.0 to
25.0
25.1 to
29.9
GO
OD
Fitness index
Recommended
Overweight
Your health is at the
recommended level.
Maintain a balanced diet
and exercise to keep your
current level of health.
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GROUP
REASON
Children and teenagers
BMI ranges are only based
on adult heights.
Athletes and body
builders
BMI does not differentiate
between fat and muscle,
thus making it inaccurate
for persons with high muscle
volumes.
Pregnant or nursing
women
This group generates
naturally high fat reserves as
part of the pregnancy.
People over the age
of 65
Fat reserves naturally tend
to be higher with older
persons.
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NOTE The above BMI information is based on an average
Caucasian physique.
VIEW FITNESS / BODY MASS INDEX
Press MODE to navigate to the User Profile Mode. Then,
press MEM / LAP / - to display your fitness and body mass
index.
TIPS
• The position of the chest belt affects its performance.
Move the chest belt along the strap so that it falls above
your heart.
• Avoid areas with dense chest hair.
• In dry, cold climates, it may take several minutes for the
chest belt to function steadily. This is normal and should
improve with several minutes of exercise.
• To maintain the best performance of your chest belt,
please handle it with care according to the following:
• Do not wrap the chest belt in a wet towel nor with other wet materials.
• Do not store the chest belt in a hot (about 50°C) and humid (about 90%) environment.
• Do not place or wash the chest belt under running water, instead clean it with a wet cloth.
• Do not place the conductive rubber face down on a metal table or surface.
• Properly dry the chest belt immediately after use.
NOTE If you have not completed your user profile, these
will not display and “- -” will show on the display.
WEARING THE CHEST BELT AND WATCH
CHEST BELT
The heart rate chest belt is used to count your heartbeat and
transmit the data to the watch. To wear the chest belt:
1. Wet the conductive pads on the underside of the chest
belt with a few drops of water or a conductive gel to
ensure solid contact.
2. Strap the heart rate chest belt across your chest. To
ensure an accurate heart rate signal, adjust the strap
until the belt sits snugly below your pectoral muscles.
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NOTE If the watch is kept idle without receiving a heart
rate signal for 5 minutes, the Heart Rate Mode will quit and
return to Clock Mode.
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WATCH
You can wear the receiver watch on your wrist or strap it to
a bike or exercise machine, as shown below.
ICON
DESCRIPTION
Outside heart is
flashing
Searching for a signal
Inside heart is
flashing
A signal has been found
and the digital system is
being used
Heart is flashing
A signal has been found
and the analog system is
being used
/
No signal has been found
NOTE To switch from digital to analog or analog to digital
system, press the chest belt button for more than 4 seconds
and then force a signal search.
TRANSMISSION SIGNAL
The heart rate chest belt and watch have a maximum
transmission range of about 62.5 centimetres (25 inches).
They are equipped with the latest digital coding system to
reduce signal interference from the environment, as well
as analog technology. For more accurate readings use the
digital transmission signal. You should only switch to the
analog transmission signal if the situation in point 2 occurs
(see below). Your watch will advise you which system it
is using and the signal status by displaying the following
icons:
IMPORTANT If the heart icon does not appear on the
display or is not flashing because no signal has been found,
force a signal search. See “Signal Search” section on how
to do this.
In the event that you experience a weak signal or your signal
is disrupted by interference in the environment, follow the
instructions below to identify and resolve the situation.
1. The signal is weak - the watch heart rate monitor will
only show “0”:
• Shorten the distance between the heart rate chest belt and watch.
• Re-adjust the position of the heart rate chest belt.
• Check the conductive pads are moist enough to ensure solid contact.
NOTE Whenever the watch is searching for the chest
belt signal (manual or automatic search), make sure that
the chest belt is no further than 10 cm (4 inches) from the
watch.
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• Check the batteries. If they are low or exhausted, the transmission range may be shortened.
• Force a signal search (see “Signal Search” section).
2. The gym equipment does not seem to work with your
chest belt and the digital icon
is displayed:
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Most gym equipment is compatible with the analog system . Press and hold the chest belt button for more than 4 seconds to change from digital to analog. Then force a signal search (see “Signal Search” section).
WARNING Signal interference in the environment can be
caused by electromagnetic disturbances. These may occur
near high voltage power lines, traffic lights, overhead lines
of electric railways, electric bus lines or trams, televisions,
car motors, bike computers, some motor driven exercise
equipment, cellular phones or when you walk through
electric security gates. Under interference, the heart rate
reading may become unstable and inaccurate.
SIGNAL SEARCH
To force a signal search:
1. Press MODE to navigate to the SMART TRAINING
PROGRAM or Stopwatch Mode.
2. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds. The signalsearching icon with the outside flashing will appear to
confirm a signal search is taking place. Whenever the
watch is searching for the chest belt signal make sure
that the chest belt is no further than 10 cm (4 inches)
from the watch.
The signal search will take approximately 10 seconds. If
after 10 seconds the heart icon is not flashing, then your
signal search has been unsuccessful and you need to force
another signal search.
See the table in the “Transmission Signal” section for more
signal status information.
3. Interference from another person’s heart rate monitor
- their heart rate readings appear on your watch, or the
heart rate monitor shows “0”:
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Press the chest belt button to get the watch to receive your chest belt signal. Do not press and hold the chest belt button, as it will change the transmission signal from digital to analog.
4. The signal is jammed - the heart rate reading on your
watch is flashing:
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There is too much interference in the environment for your heart rate monitor to function. Move to an area where the heart rate reading stops flashing.
ABOUT THE SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
The SMART TRAINING PROGRAM enables you to
complete exercise cycles effectively. It will guide you through
from a 5-minute warm up (default setting), to the end of your
exercise program. In addition to monitoring your heart rate
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and alerting you whenever you fall out of the range for the
selected training zone, the Program allows you to check the
calories consumed and the percentage of fat burned.
timer, press ST / SP / +. 4. To bypass a countdown timer and move onto the next
one, press and hold ST / SP / +.
5. To reset the timer, press and hold SET.
USING THE SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
The order of the Timer Mode is:
• Warm-up time
-
The warm-up will not display if it has been set to “0” in the exercise profile.
• Exercise time -The exercise time is set in the exercise
profile.
• Rest time
-
The rest time is automatically set to 3 mins and cannot be changed. When the timer reaches “0”, the recovery heart rate will appear.
- The rest time will not display if it has been set to “OFF” in the exercise profile.
The SMART TRAINING PROGRAM monitors your exercise
performance once you have entered your user profile and
exercise profile.
NOTE You cannot use the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
if you are running the stopwatch.
To enter the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM:
1. Press MODE to navigate to Timer Mode.
VIEW DATA WHILE SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
IS RUNNING
During warm-up, exercise or rest time countdown, press SET
to view and toggle between the following screen displays:
• Remaining warm-up / exercise / rest time with current
heart rate
2. Press and hold SET. Press ST / SP / + or MEM / LAP
/ - to select 1 of the 3 exercise profiles. Press SET to
confirm and enter the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM.
3. To start or stop the warm-up, exercise or rest countdown
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or
When the SMART TRAINING PROGRAM has been
completed, press MEM / LAP / - to view the “total time /
maximum heart rate” record, then press SET to view the
following records:
• Recovery heart rate / average heart rate
• Total calorie and fat burn level
• In zone time: Time spent without exceeding your upper
or lower heart rate limit
• Above zone time: Time spent exceeding your upper
heart rate limit
• Below zone time: Time spent exceeding your lower
heart rate limit
or
• Current calorie and fat burn level
NOTE You cannot use the stopwatch if you are running the
SMART TRAINING PROGRAM.
RECOVERY HEART RATE
• Your recovery heart is a good indication of cardiovascular
fitness. The faster your heart rate recovers after exercise,
the better shape you are in. The watch uses a time-based
recovery method, which checks your recovery heart rate 3
minutes after exercise.
Compare your recovery heart rate between exercise
sessions to track the effect your exercise is having.
Clock with current heart rate
STOPWATCH
The stopwatch function is particularly beneficial to use when
you are unsure how long your activity will take, or when you
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VIEW SMART TRAINING PROGRAM MEMORY
RECORDS
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want to measure the time it takes to complete a task and
your performance over that time. You can also take lap and
split time readings when using the stopwatch function.
To get the most out of your stopwatch function complete
your user and exercise profile. If you have not completed
the user profile you will be unable to use the calorie and fat
burn function.
Press MODE to navigate to Stopwatch Mode. You can now
perform the following functions:
TASK
• Total time / split time and current heart rate
• Lap time and current heart rate (if enabled)
• Current calorie and fat burn level
• Clock with current heart rate
If the battery is low when taking a lap, this screen will appear
and no more laps will be saved.
INSTRUCTION
Start stopwatch
Press ST / SP / +
Pause / resume
stopwatch
Press ST / SP / +
Reset
Press and hold SET
Save lap
Press MEM / LAP / - while the
stopwatch is running
NOTE Up to 99 laps / 99 hrs,
59 mins total can be stored in
the memory
Select exercise
profile for stopwatch
Reset the stopwatch. Press
and hold SET
VIEW STOPWATCH OR LAP MEMORY RECORDS
To view stopwatch records:
1. The stopwatch must be stopped (press ST / SP / +).
2. Press MEM / LAP / -, then press SET.
The stopwatch records will appear in the following order:
• Total time / maximum heart rate
• Total time / average heart rate
• Calories / fat burn total
• In zone time: Time spent without exceeding your upper
or lower heart rate limit
• Above zone time: Time spent exceeding your upper
heart rate limit
• Below zone time: Time spent exceeding your lower
heart rate limit
NOTE The stopwatch begins measurement in min:
sec:1/100 sec. After 59 minutes pass, the display will
change to hrs:min:sec.
VIEW DATA WHILE STOPWATCH / LAP
IS RUNNING
While the stopwatch or lap functions are being used, press SET
to view and toggle between the following screen displays:
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To replace the watch battery:
The lap records will appear in the following order:
• Lap time / maximum heart rate
• Split time / average heart rate
• Calorie and fat burn total - per lap
• In zone time - per lap: Time spent without exceeding
your upper or lower heart rate limit
• Above zone time - per lap: Time spent exceeding your
upper heart rate limit
• Below zone time - per lap: Time spent exceeding your
lower heart rate limit
1. Undo the screws and remove the back plate.
2. Using a thin blunt instrument, hook the release catch
and lift the clip.
3. Replace the old battery and then the battery clip.
4. Replace the back plate and screws.
BATTERIES
To replace the chest belt battery:
The SE188 uses two CR2032 lithium batteries, one for the
watch and another for the heart rate chest belt. Both are
already installed. See the table below for battery warnings.
LOW BATTERY ICON
/
DESCRIPTION
The battery is too low
to run the backlight
The chest belt battery is
nearly too low to send a
signal to the watch 1. Using a coin, twist the battery door counter-clockwise
until it clicks out of place.
The batteries typically last one year.
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To view lap records:
1. The stopwatch must be stopped (press ST / SP / +).
2. Press MEM / LAP / -, then press ST / SP / + or MEM /
LAP / - to select lap.
3. Press SET to view lap record.
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2. Replace the old battery and close the battery door by
twisting it clockwise until it is firmly in place.
TRAINING TIPS
To gain the maximum benefit from your training program,
and to ensure that you exercise safely, please observe the
following guidelines:
• Start with a well-defined training goal, such as to lose
weight, keep fit, improve health or compete in a sporting
event.
• Select a training activity you enjoy, and vary your
training activities to exercise different muscle groups.
• Start slowly, and then gradually step up your work out
as you become fitter. Exercise regularly. To maintain
a healthy cardio-vascular system, 20-30 minutes three
times a week is recommended.
• Always allow at least five minutes before and after
exercising for warm-up and cool-down.
• Measure your pulse after training. Then repeat the
procedure again after three minutes. If it does not
return to its normal resting rate, you may have trained
too hard.
• Always check with your doctor before starting a vigorous
training program.
IMPORTANT
• Remember to set the profiles after every battery
replacement or reset.
TRAINING INFORMATION
HOW THE HEART RATE MONITOR HELPS YOU
A heart rate monitor is the most important tool in
cardiovascular health and an ideal training partner. It
enables you to see and monitor results. This helps you
assess your past performance, maximise your work out and
adapt your future exercise program to achieve your desired
goals in a safer and more effective way.
When you exercise, the chest belt picks up your heartbeat
and sends it to the watch. Now you can view your heart rate
and start monitoring your performance based on your heart
rate readings. As you get fitter, your heart will need to do
less work and the speed of your heart rate will decrease.
The reason for this is as follows:
• Your heart pumps blood to your lungs to obtain oxygen.
Then, the oxygen rich blood will travel to your muscles.
The oxygen is used as fuel and the blood leaves the
muscles and returns to the lungs to begin the process
again. As you get fit, your heart is able to pump more
blood with every beat. As a result, your heart doesn’t
have to beat as often to get the necessary oxygen to
your muscles.
AQUATIC AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
The watch is water-resistant up to 50 metres. The chest belt
is water-resistant up to 10 metres, but should not be worn
for underwater activities, as the heart rate transmission
cannot occur under water. Refer to the table for proper use
guidelines.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE
RAIN
SPLASHES,
ETC
50m /
165ft
OK
SHOWERING
(WARM /
COOL
WATER
ONLY)
OK
LIGHT
SWIMMING
/ SHALLOW
WATER
OK
SHALLOW
DIVING /
SURFING /
WATER
SPORTS
NO
SNORKELING
/ DEEP
WATER
DIVING
DESCRIPTION
CLOCK
NO
When using the watch for aquatic or outdoor sports activities,
observe the following guidelines:
• Rinse with water and mild soap after use.
• Do not use in hot water.
Time format
12 hr / 24 hr
Date format
DD / MM or MM / DD
Year format
2001-2050 (auto-calendar)
Alarms
Alarms 1 and 2 with daily,
weekday or weekend settings
STOPWATCH
NOTE
• Ensure the buttons and battery compartment are
secured and intact before exposing the watch to
excessive water.
• Avoid pressing the buttons while in the water or during
heavy rainstorms, as this may cause water to enter the
watch, leading to malfunction.
Stopwatch
99:59:59 (HH:MM:SS)
Resolution
1/100sec
Lap counter
99 laps share 99:59:59
(HH:MM:SS)
SMART TRAINING PROGRAM
Warm-up timer
Set to 5, 10, 15, or 0 mins
Exercise timer
99:59:00 (HH:MM:SS)
Rest timer
3 mins fixed time
PERFORMANCE TRACKING
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Heart rate (HR) alarm
Sound / visual
HR measuring range
30-240 bpm
(beats per minute)
EN
Lower
range
HR
settable
30-220 bpm
(beats per minute)
Upper
range
HR
settable
80-240 bpm
(beats per minute)
Calories calculation
0-9,999 kcal
% fat burning
calculation
0-99%
precautions
To ensure you use your product correctly and safely, read
these warnings and the entire user manual before using the
product:
• Use a soft, slightly moistened cloth. Do not use abrasive
or corrosive cleaning agents, as these may cause
damage. Use luke warm water and mild soap to clean
the watch and chest belt thoroughly after each training
session. Never use the products in hot water or store
them when wet.
• Do not bend or stretch the transmitter part of the chest
belt.
• Do not subject the product to excessive force, shock,
dust, temperature changes, or humidity. Never expose
the product to direct sunlight for extended periods. Such
treatment may result in malfunction.
• Do not tamper with the internal components. Doing
so will terminate the product warranty and may cause
damage. The main unit contains no user-serviceable
parts.
• Do not scratch hard objects against the LCD display as
this may cause damage.
• Take precautions when handling all battery types.
• Remove the batteries whenever you are planning to
store the product for a long period of time.
• When replacing batteries, use new batteries as specified
in this user manual.
• The product is a precision instrument. Never attempt to
take this device apart. Contact the retailer or our customer
service department if the product requires servicing.
TRANSMISSION
Range
62.5 cm (25 inches) - may
decrease with low battery
WATER RESISTANCE
Watch
50 metres (not actuating keys)
Chest belt
Splash proof
POWER
Watch
1 x CR2032 3V lithium battery
Chest belt
1 x CR2032 3V lithium battery
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Operation temperature
-5°C-50°C (23°F-122°F)
Storage temperature
-20°C-60°C (-4°F-140°F)
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Do not touch the exposed electronic circuitry, as there is
a danger of electric shock.
Check all major functions if the device has not been
used for a long time. Maintain regular internal testing
and cleaning of your device. Have your watch serviced
by an approved service center annually.
When disposing of this product, ensure it is collected
separately for special treatment and not as normal
household waste.
Due to printing limitations, the displays shown in this
manual may differ from the actual display.
The contents of this manual may not be reproduced
without the permission of the manufacturer.
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EU-Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Oregon Scientific, declares that this Tap On Pro
Heart Rate Monitor (Model: SE188) is in compliance with
EMC directive 2004/108/EC. A copy of the signed and dated
Declaration of Conformity is available on request via our
Oregon Scientific Customer Service.
NOTE The technical specifications for this product and the
contents of the user manual are subject to change without
notice.
NOTE Features and accessories will not be available in all
countries. For more information, please contact your local
retailer.
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