SPORTSART C50U UPRIGHT BIKE TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPORTSART C50U UPRIGHT BIKE TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPORTSART C50U UPRIGHT BIKE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 1
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................... 2
3. ASSEMBLING YOUR BIKE
List of Parts............................................................................................................ 4
Unit Assembly Procedure...................................................................................... 6
Seat Adjustment Procedure....................................................................................12
4. UNDERSTANDING THE C50U DISPLAY CONSOLE
Display Windows................................................................................................... 13
Display Specifications........................................................................................... 13
Basic Functions.................................................................................................... 14
Basic Operation.................................................................................................... 14
Internal Settings.................................................................................................... 15
Key Functions........................................................................................................ 16
Exercise Programs................................................................................................ 16
Pressing PAUSE From a Program........................................................................ 17
Exercise Program Completion.............................................................................. 18
5. USER PARAMETER SETTING............................................................................ 19
6. MAINTAINING THE BIKE.......................................................................................20
7. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise ................................................................................. 20
How often should I exercise................................................................................. 20
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
Error Message...................................................................................................... 21
Procedure to Replace a Fuse............................................................................... 21
9. WIRING SCHEMATIC........................................................................................... 22
SPORTSART C50U UPRIGHT BIKE
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing one of the finest pieces of exercise equipment on the
market today, the SportsArt C50U Upright Bike. Constructed of high quality materials
and designed for years of trouble-free usage, the C50U will be an integral part of
your fitness regimen.
Before using your C50U bike, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with this
Owner's Manual. Whether you are a first time user of an upright bike or a seasoned
"pro," understanding the correct use of the equipment will enhance your ability to
achieve your exercise goals safely and successfully.
Display
Handlebar
Handlebar mount cover
Pedestal
Top cover
Seat bottom
Pedestal cover
Seat post cover
Side cover
Pedal
Rear support cover
Crank
Lower frame cover
Leveler
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Your SportsArt bike was designed and built for optimum safety.
However, certain precautions apply whenever you use your
bike. Please read the entire manual before assembly and
operation. Also, please note the following safety precautions:
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read and observe the following safety guidelines:
‧Keep this owner's manual for future use and reference.
‧Read this owner's manual and follow the instructions.
‧Assemble and operate the bike on a solid, level surface.
‧Never allow children on or near the bike.
‧Check the machine before every use. Make sure all parts are
assembled, and all nuts and bolts are tightened. Do not use
the machine if the unit is disassembled in any way.
Warning
‧Keep your hands away from moving parts.
‧Wear proper workout clothing. Do NOT wear overly loose
clothing. Do not wear shoes with leather soles or high heels.
Tie all long hair back.
‧Do not rock the unit from side to side and take care when
mounting and dismounting the unit.
‧Do not stand on the unit.
‧Do not use accessories that are not specifically
recommended by the manufacturer as these might cause
injuries or cause the unit to fail.
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‧Allow sufficient space on both sides of the bike for users to
mount and to dismount the unit.
‧If any parts fail or are defective, please stop your workout
immediately and contact your authorized dealer for repairs.
‧Work within your recommended exercise level; do NOT work
to exhaustion.
‧If you feel any pain or abnormal sensations, STOP YOUR
WORKOUT. Consult your physician immediately.
‧The weight limit for this bike is 150 kgs (330 lbs).
Caution
Before beginning any exercise program, you should consult
with your doctor. It is recommended that you undergo a
complete physical examination.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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ASSEMBLING YOUR BIKE
Thank you for purchasing our product. Even though we go to great efforts to ensure
the quality of each product, occasional errors and/or omissions do occur. Please
contact your dealer if you find this product to be defective or missing a part. Please
read this owner's manual and follow the instructions.
IMPORTANT: The packing for this bike was designed to protect it during shipment.
Please store the original packing in a safe place in case you need to
ship the unit in the future.
LIST OF PARTS
Before assembling your bike, make sure that you have all of the following items.
1. Pedestal
2. Pedestal cover
3. Left pedal
4. Main frame
5. Rear support
6. Rear support cover
7. Right pedal
8. Seat bottom
9. Handlebar mount lower cover
10. Handlebars
11. Handlebar mount upper cover
12. Hardware kit
1-Open double end wrench, 1 pc
2-L-shaped Allen wrench (M5), 1 pc
3-L-shaped Allen wrench (M6), 1 pc
4-Screwdriver handle (green), 1 pc
5-Double-ended screwdriver, 1 pc
6-Fuse: 0.5A (fast-acting) AC 110V or 0.1A (slow-acting) AC 220V, 1 pc
7-Round head Phillips screws, 5 pc
8-Screw inserts, 6 pc
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Pedestal
Pedestal cover
Left pedal
Main frame
Rear support
Rear support cover
Right pedal
Seat bottom
Handlebar mount lower cover
Handlebars
Handlebar mount upper cover
Hardware kit
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UNIT ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
STEP 1. For the following, please refer to Figure 1. Secure the rear support bar to
the unit frame.
Press screw inserts E into the holes in the rear support
bar.
Loosen screws A, B, C, D to make room for the rear support cover.
Slide the rear support cover into place. Then secure those screws.
Fig.1
Note: Hold the rear support cover at a 5-degree angle while inserting it into the frame.
Press lightly at G to insert the top into both sides of the cover. When the top
has entered the side covers, then slide the cover straight onto the support bar
as shown in Figure 2.
Fig.2
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STEP 2.
First slip the pedestal cover onto the pedestal. Position the data cable for
safety. Then insert the pedestal onto its mount. Lightly tighten screws A
into the lower holes (at position D) to secure the pedestal. Do not fully
tighten these screws. Pull the pedestal downward until the other holes
come into place and screws can be secured. See Figure 3.
Tighten screws in position C. Then secure screws in positions A and B,
as shown in Figure 4.
Connect data cable connectors, then insert the cable into the pedestal,
as shown in Figure 5.
Place the pedestal cover in place to meet the top cover as shown in
Figure 6.
Fig.3
Fig.4
Fig.5
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Fig.6
STEP 3. Hold the handlebars in place on the frame while securing the handlebar
bolts. Then secure the upper and lower handlebar mount covers. See
Figures 7 and 8.
Fig.7
Fig.8
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STEP 4. Be very careful in securing pedals to the pedal cranks. Otherwise, pedals
and crank threads can easily become stripped and must be replaced. Note
that left and right side designations refer to the user's left and right sides,
as the person exercises on the bike. Put the pedal marked "R" on the right
crank fitting. Turn the pedal stem clockwise by hand until you feel it
smoothly thread into place. Then use the pedal wrench to secure the pedal
firmly on the crank. Put the pedal marked "L" on the left crank. Turn the
pedal stem counterclockwise by hand until you feel it smoothly thread into
place. Then use the pedal wrench to secure it firmly in place on the crank.
See Figure 9.
Fig.9
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STEP 5. Secure the seat bottom into place. See Figure 10.
Fig.10
STEP 6. Plug the power cord into the bike. See Figure 11.
Fig.11
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STEP 7. Level the bike as follows to ensure that it does not wobble. Rotate leveler
feet A up or down as needed to stabilize the bike. Then rotate leveler nuts
B upward, against the frame, to secure the position. See Figure 12.
B
A
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Fig.12
SEAT ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
To raise the seat height, turn the seat adjustment knob A counterclockwise to
loosen it, then pull the seat up. See Figure 13.
Fig.13
To lower the seat height, do the following:
1. Pull the adjustment knob A out, toward the pedestal, then push the seat down.
2. Release the adjustment knob when the seat is at the proper position.
3. Turn the adjustment knob clockwise to secure it in place. See Figure 14.
Fig.14
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UNDERSTANDING THE C50U DISPLAY CONSOLE
Display Windows
Workout Profile Screen
Workout profile
appears from right to
left, top to bottom.
Feedback includes
workout level, time,
RPM, and calories.
Display Specifications
˙WORKOUT LEVEL - Resistance range: 1 ~ 14.
˙TIME - Time range: 0:00~99:59. Time setting range: 5:00 ~ 99:00.
˙RPM (Rotations Per Minute): 5 ~ 120
˙CALORIES - 0.0~9999 (K-CAL)
˙USER - You can set up to four user profiles.
˙ AGE - Setting range: 10~99.
˙Weight - Setting range: 66~330 LB / 30~150 KG.
(Note: If the dot matrix screen shows KG, the unit's internal setting is metric. If LB
appears, the internal setting is US.)
˙PROGRAM: Exercise programs include TRACK, RANDOM, INTERVAL, HILL.
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Basic Functions
˙ Workout Profile Screen: Shows user settings or prompts, including USER, AGE,
WT, KG, LB indicators.
˙ Feedback Screen: Shows exercise feedback, including RESISTANCE LEVEL,
TIME, RPM, CALORIES.
˙Program Indicators: TRACK, RANDOM, INTERVAL, HILL.
˙ Keys: TRACK, RANDOM, INTERVAL, HILL, WORKOUT LEVEL ▲ , WORKOUT
LEVEL ▼, QUICK START, START, ENTER, STOP/HOLD TO RESET.
Basic Operation
The start up screen is the first screen that you see when you start exercising. At the
start up screen, "C50" appears.
Quick Start
When the start up screen appears, press the <QUICK START> key to start
exercising without first inputting user information. In Quick Start mode, time counts
up from 0:00, the track indicator lights up, and the track illustration begins to operate.
Quick Start Operation from USER Mode
When USER mode appears (see the following section on setting user ID), press the
ENTER key to select a user, then press the QUICK START key to see the previous
workout time and profile.
During a workout, press the STOP key to exit the QUICK START mode. The user's
workout duration and calorie expenditure will appear. After "ACCU DATA" scrolls
across the machine, the start up screen appears.
START
USER ID Number Setting
While the start up screen appears, press the < START > key. The USER indicator
flashes. The dot matrix window shows "1", for USER 1. Press the ▲ key to toggle as
follows: USER 1 → USER 2 → USER 3 → USER 4 → USER 1 → USER 2 → USER
3… … . Press the ▼ key to toggle as follows: USER 4 → USER 3 → USER 2 →
USER 1 → USER 4 → USER 3 → USER 2…… . Press the ENTER key to confirm
your choice and proceed to set the user age.
※ When you select the USER ID number, the user's accumulated time, distance,
and calorie values appear.
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※ The user's accumulated time appears as hh:mm (hours: minutes). When the
accumulated time exceeds 99:59, minutes disappear; 100 hours appears.
Maximum time is 9999 hours.
Clearing Out User Settings
While a user ID number appears on the screen, press and hold STOP + ENTER
keys simultaneously for three seconds to clear out user time, distance, and calories.
The unit clears accumulated values while beeping three times. Then the USER
selection screen appears.
User Age Setting
The AGE indicator flashes. The dot matrix screen shows the preset value of 35.
Press ▲ and ▼ keys until your age appears. Then press the ENTER key to confirm
your choice and proceed to set the user weight.
User Weight Setting
The WT indicator flashes. KG or LB lights up. KG indicates metric mode, which has a
preset value of 75 KG. LB indicates US mode, which has a preset value of 165 LB.
Press ▲ and ▼ keys until your weight appears. Then press the ENTER key to
confirm your choice and proceed to select an exercise program.
Exercise Program Setting
1. The exercise program indicator flashes. "SELECT PROGRAM" appears on the
workout profile screen. Press a workout selection key to enter the related program.
2. In this program, press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and to proceed to
set the exercise time.
Time Setting
The time window shows the user's previous exercise time setting. Press ▲ and ▼
keys to change the time setting. Time range is from 5:00 to 99:00. Press the ENTER
key to confirm your choice.
INTERNAL SETTINGS
Show Unit Total Distance
In the USER selection setting, simultaneously press and hold WORKOUT LEVEL ▼
+ WORKOUT LEVEL ▲ for three seconds. Time and distance windows show total
distance as eight digits. Units appear as MILE or KM. Press the ENTER key to see
total time.
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Show Unit Total Time
Time and distance windows show total time as four digits. The dot matrix window
shows HOUR. Press the ENTER key to establish the display unit mode.
Set Metric/US Mode
Once in this setting, press ▲▼ keys to toggle between "LB" (representing US units)
and "KG" (metric units). Press the ENTER key to return to the start up screen. In this
setting, press the STOP key to return to the start up screen.
KEY FUNCTIONS
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼
1. In a workout program, press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ to adjust the resistance
level.
2. In the user set up mode, press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ to adjust
USER/Age/Weight/Time.
EXERCISE PROGRAMS
When the exercise program indicator flashes, press INTERVAL, RANDOM, TRACK,
HILL keys to immediately start working out.
STOP/HOLD TO RESET
STOP: In an exercise program, press the STOP key to exit the program.
RESET: Under any circumstance at any time, press the RESET key for two seconds
to return to the start up screen.
ENTER: Press the ENTER key to confirm your selection.
TRACK
1. One lap is 400 meters (0.25 mile).
2. Resistance is preset to level one. Press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ to adjust
workout level. Resistance range: 1~14. After leaving track mode, resistance
returns to level one.
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RANDOM
1. A different random exercise program appears each time the RANDOM key is
pressed. Press the key until you see a program you like. Then start exercising.
Time counts down.
2. Press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set the resistance level.
INTERVAL
Select INTERVAL. Then enter the exercise time.
1. "ENTER REST TIME" scrolls across the screen. Time value flashes. Press
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set your rest time. Then press ENTER to
confirm your choice.
2. "ENTER REST LEVEL" scrolls across the screen. Resistance value flashes.
Press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set the resistance level. Then press
ENTER to confirm your choice.
3. "ENTER WORK TIME" scrolls across the screen. Time value flashes. Press
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set your work time. Then press ENTER to
confirm your choice.
4. "ENTER WORK LEVEL" scrolls across the screen. Resistance value flashes.
Press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set the resistance level. Then press
ENTER to confirm your choice and proceed to the INTERVAL workout.
HILL
1. HILL program contains three workout profiles. Press once to see the first program,
twice to see the second, and three times to see the third. Press more times to
keep toggling through the workout profiles.
2. Press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to set the resistance level.
Pressing PAUSE from a Program
1. In any exercise program, if you stop pedaling, "PAUSE" scrolls across the screen.
Continue to pedal or press START to return to your exercise program.
2. If you don't pedal for two seconds after PAUSE is pressed, the start up screen
appears.
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Exercise Program Completion
1. When an exercise program counts down to zero, the display beeps three times
(once every 0.5 seconds). Accumulated time, calories, and average heart rate
appears, along with "ACCU DATA"
2. At the end of one workout cycle, the following occurs:
˙ The start up screen appears if you entered through QUICK START.
˙ If you entered through an exercise program, the PROGRAM selection screen
appears, and the PROGRAM indicator flashes. "SELECT PROGRAM OR
PRESS START" scrolls across the screen. (You can also press QUICK START
to start quickly or press START to start exercising after entering user
information). Once the exercise begins, time counts down.
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USER PARAMETER SETTING
To check system default settings, at initial setting stage (select PROGRAM or QUICK
START), hold the ENTER key for 3 seconds:
1. Unit of Speed (MPH or KPH): press ▲/▼ keys to change the setting. Press
ENTER to confirm your choice and to see the next setting. You may also press
STOP to leave this setting.
2. The next setting, "DIST", shows the total accumulated distance. The unit of
distance is either in Miles or Kilometers, depending on the speed setting selected
previously. Press ENTER to confirm your choice and to see the next setting. You
may also press STOP to leave this setting.
3. TIME: this value shows the total accumulated workout time. The unit of TIME is in
Hours. Press ENTER to see the next setting or press STOP to leave this setting.
This setting cannot be changed.
4. The next value shows you the Control Board version. Press ENTER to see the
next value or press STOP to leave this setting.
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MAINTAINING THE C50U BIKE
The Sports Art C50U requires little maintenance but regular cleaning is
recommended to keep your bike at peak performance. Before your workout, use a
dry cloth to clean the surface of the display.
NOTE: NEVER POUR LIQUIDS ON THE DISPLAY.
To clean plastic parts, use a mild detergent, and make sure the unit is completely dry
before operating it.
It is recommended that you keep all liquids away from the unit during operation.
Spillage of liquids onto or into the machine will void the warranty.
GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise?
The duration of your exercise session is dependent on your fitness level. In general,
it is recommended that you maintain your heart rate in the training zone for at least
ten minutes to realize an aerobic benefit. As your fitness level increases, you will be
able to maintain your heart rate in the training zone for longer periods: usually
between 20 and 30 minutes.
When starting your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up, then slowly
increase your workload to bring your heart rate into your specific training zone. At the
end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload and exercise lightly as a
"cool down".
How often should I exercise?
To achieve the greatest benefits, aerobic exercises should be performed three to five
times per week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours, for your
body to recover after exercise.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR MESSAGE
ERR 7: This means the VR voltage exceeds the specified range of 0.4 VDC to 4.7
VDC. Please consult a qualified repair technician.
PROCEDURE TO REPLACE A FUSE
To remove a fuse, press the fuse cap in, then turn it counterclockwise. The fuse and
cap will spring out. Remove the burnt fuse from the fuse cap. Insert a new fuse of
the same type into the fuse holder. Insert the fuse holder into its socket and turn it
clockwise to secure it. Please see Figure 15, step 1-4.
110V=0.5Amp,aA(F)
220V=0.1Amp,A(S)
Fig.15-1
Fig.15-2
Fig.15-3
Fig.15-4
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WIRING SCHEMATIC
C50
C50 CTL Board
Receiver board
J2
J6
CN3
CN2
Power Transformer
1
C50DRV Board
CN4
2
CN1
3
Magnetic
CN5
4
Speed Sensor
Your Authorized SPORTS ART Distributor
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