Model HJ-112CAN - Omron Healthcare
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Pocket Pedometer
FRANÇAIS
HJ-112CAN
ENGLISH
Model
CONTENTS
Before Using the Unit
Introduction...................................................................................... 3
Important Safety Information........................................................... 4
Know Your Unit................................................................................ 6
Main Unit .............................................................................. 6
Components............................................................................ 7
Aerobic Step Function...................................................................... 8
Calorie Display................................................................................. 8
Stride Length Measurement.............................................................. 9
Operating Instructions
Battery Installation......................................................................... 10
Battery Replacement....................................................................... 11
Setting the Time.............................................................................. 12
Setting the Weight........................................................................... 14
Setting the Stride Length................................................................ 15
Attaching the Pedometer................................................................ 16
Changing the Display..................................................................... 18
Using the Memory Function........................................................... 19
Using the System Reset Function................................................... 20
Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance.................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting Tips...................................................................... 22
Specifications.................................................................................. 23
FCC Statement................................................................................ 24
Limited Warranty............................................................................ 25
Notes............................................................................................... 26
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Before Using the Unit
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the OMRON HJ-112CAN Pocket Pedometer.
Fill-in for future reference
DATE PURCHASED:____________
•Staple your purchase receipt here
•Register your product on-line at
www.register-omron.com
A pedometer is a great motivational tool to track your distance, the number
of steps you take and how many calories you burn. This pocket pedometer
features advanced 2D Smart Sensor technology - so it knows exactly when
you’re taking a step. It’s more accurate than other pedometers which use
the simple pendulum design. Use this in your pocket, bag, or clip it to a
belt for added convenience. The seven-day memory helps you keep track
of your daily activity to help you reach your fitness goals.
Your HJ-112CAN Pocket Pedometer comes with the following components:
Pedometer
Screwdriver
Strap
Clip
Holder
Battery (CR2032)
Instruction Manual
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Important Safety Information
To assure the correct use of the product basic safety measures should
always be followed including the warnings and cautions listed in this
instruction manual.
SAFETY SYMBOLS USED IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury to the user or patient or
damage to the equipment or other property.
Operating the Device
Please
use care in checking pedometer readings and do not check
readings while walking in any situation which presents hazards, such
as on roads, sidewalks or trails which have vehicles, congestion,
obstacles, uneven terrain or other hazards.
Contact
your physician or healthcare provider before beginning a
weight reduction or exercise program.
Keep the unit out of the reach of young children. The unit contains
small pieces that may be swallowed. Immediately contact your
physician if any piece is swallowed.
ead all information in the instruction book and any other literature
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included in the box before using the unit.
Operate the unit only as intended. Do not use for any other purpose.
ispose of the device, battery, and components according to
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applicable local regulations. Unlawful disposal may cause
environmental pollution.
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Important Safety Information
Do not throw the battery into fire. The battery may explode.
o not swing the pedometer by the strap. Swinging the pedometer
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while holding the strap may cause an injury.
o not put the unit in the back pocket of your shorts or trousers. It
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could be damaged if you sit down while the unit is still in your
pocket.
se only OMRON authorized parts and accessories. Parts and
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accessories not approved for use with the device may damage the
unit.
Care and Maintenance
o not disassemble or modify the unit. Changes or modifications not
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approved by Omron Healthcare will void the user warranty.
o not subject the unit to strong shocks, such as dropping the unit on
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the floor.
Do not submerge the unit or any of the components in water.
o not press the SET button with a sharp point. This could cause
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damage.
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Know Your Unit
Main Unit
Display
SET Button
MEMO/▲ Button
Holder
MODE Button
Strap
Clip
Back of the main unit
SYSTEM RESET Button
Battery Cover
Screw of Battery Cover
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Know Your Unit
Components
Holder
Use this holder when attaching the unit to
your belt or the top of your pants.
1) Attach the main unit to
the holder.
2) F
asten the holder clip to
your pants.
Holder Clip
How to attach the strap
to the main unit
How to connect the strap and the
clip
Hole to attach
the strap
How to release
from a clip and
fasten with a clip
To release
To fasten
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Aerobic Step Function
This Pocket Pedometer counts all steps and separately counts aerobic
steps, which are defined as:
• Walking more than 60 steps per minute
• Continuously walking for more than 10 minutes
The pedometer separately displays both total steps and
aerobic steps. Aerobic steps will be counted in total steps
for the day.
NOTE: Taking a rest for less than 1 minute during
continuous walking for more than 10 minutes is considered as
continuous walking.
Calorie Display
Correction coefficient for
calorie display
The calorie display indicates a
calorie consumed by walking and
calculated from the weight, stride
distance, number of steps, and
walking speed.
The calorie display increment is
one minute. If you want to know
the target calorie value, multiply the
displayed calorie by the coefficient
in the table shown below.
Example of correction:
Man
Woman
20’s
1.10
1.07
30’s
1.05
1.01
40’s
1.02
.97
50’s
1.01
.95
60’s
1.00
.95
70’s
.98
.96
80’s
.95
.95
For a woman in her 50’s with the calorie display of 300, the consumed
calorie is calculated as follows.
300 x 0.95 = 285 kcal
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Stride Length Measurement
Measure your stride length before beginning to set the pedometer.
How to measure your stride length
1. Walk 10 steps with your normal stride as illustrated below.
2. Measure the distance from START to END in centimeters.
3. Calculate your stride length by dividing the total distance by 10.
Example:
Total distance = 800 cm
800 cm ÷ 10 = 80 cm
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Operating Instructions
Battery Installation
1.
Remove the Screw on the Battery Cover
located on the back of the main unit.
Use the supplied screwdriver or use a
commercially available small screwdriver to
remove the screw on the battery cover.
2.
Open the Battery Cover.
3.
Insert the battery.
Place the positive (+) side of the battery
(CR2032) upward. Insert the battery in the
direction of the arrow as illustrated.
4.
Replace the Battery Cover.
Insert the projected portion of the battery cover
as illustrated.
Tighten the screw on the Battery Cover.
NOTES:
• After installing the battery, set the time of
day, weight and stride length.
• Remove the protective film from the face
of the display.
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Battery Replacement
When the battery is removed from the unit, the settings and all data
stored in the memory will be erased.
Be sure to write important memory data in a notebook.
Low Battery Indicator
NOTES:
• When the Low Battery Indicator starts to blink, the unit stops
counting, the value of the latest number of steps is turned on, and
the time is displayed as “_:_ _”.
• When the Low Battery Indicator is blinking, press the MODE
Button to display the data for the current day. Press the
MEMO/▲ Button to view the data stored in the memory.
When the Low Battery Indicator appears on the display screen remove
the old battery.
Take the battery out with a thin stick that is not
easily breakable.
NOTES:
• DO NOT use a pair of metal tweezers or a
screwdriver.
• Replace with a new CR2032 battery.
Caution
Dispose of the device, battery, and components according to
applicable local regulations. Unlawful disposal may cause
environmental pollution.
Caution
Do not throw the battery into fire. The battery may explode.
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Setting the Time
1.
Setting range: 0:00-23:59
Install the battery.
(Refer to “Battery Installation” on page 10)
The hour flashes on the display.
2.
Press the MEMO/▲ Button to advance by
increments of one hour.
NOTE:
Press the MODE Button to return the hour
to 0.
3.
Press the SET Button to set the hour.
The minutes flash on the display.
4.
Press the MEMO/▲ Button to advance by
increments of one minute.
Press and hold the button to advance the time
in 10 minute increments.
NOTE:
Press the MODE Button to return the
minute to 00.
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Setting the Time
5.Press the SET button to set the minute.
The weight flashes on the display.
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Setting the Weight
Setting range: 30 to 136 kg.
The weight flashes on the display.
1.
Press the MEMO/▲ Button to advance
by increments of 1 kg.
Press and hold the button to advance
weight in 10 kg increments.
NOTE:
Press the MODE Button to return the
weight to 30.
2.
Press the SET Button to set the weight.
The stride length flashes on the display.
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Setting the Stride Length
Setting range: 30 to 120 cm
The stride length flashes on the display.
1.
Press the MEMO/▲ Button to advance by
increments of 1 cm.
Press and hold the button to advance the
stride in 10 cm increments.
NOTE:
Press the MODE Button to return the
stride length to 40 cm.
2.
Press the SET Button to set the stride
length.
The number of steps and time will be
displayed.
All the settings are completed.
To change the time, weight, or stride length after the setting is
completed:
1. Press and hold the SET Button for 2 seconds.
2. Change the setting.
NOTE: If setting does not need to be changed, press the set button to advance
to the next setting.
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Attaching the Pedometer
The unit may be placed in the upper front pocket of your clothing,
in the front pocket of your pants, in a bag, or attached to your belt
or pants.
Place the unit in your pocket.
Do not place the unit in the back pocket to prevent
sitting on it.
Attach the clip on the edge of your pocket to prevent the
unit from dropping.
Place the unit in your bag.
Place or clip the unit in a horizontal or vertical position in
a secure section or pocket of your bag.
Attach the unit to your belt or the top of
your pants.
Use the supplied holder.
Clip the unit in a horizontal or vertical position on your
belt or top your pants, skirt, etc.
NOTE:
The display will show all activity after 4 seconds of movement. All
steps taken during those 4 seconds will be included and shown on the
display.
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ATTACHING THE PEDOMETER
The unit may not count steps correctly in the following
conditions:
1. The memory is displayed or the unit is being set.
2. The unit is not positioned correctly.
• When the front of the main unit is placed
in the angle of less than 60° (shown to the
right) or horizontal to the ground.
NOTE:
The unit can count steps even if it is slanted
or placed upside-down, or if the main unit is
perpendicular to the ground.
3. The unit moves irregularly.
• When the main unit is placed in the bag and the bag moves
irregularly because it hits your foot, your belt or the top of your
pants.
• When the unit hangs from your belt, the top of your pants or a
bag.
4. Walking at an inconsistent pace.
• When you shuffle or wear sandals
• When you fail to walk consistently in a crowded place
5. Up and down movement.
• Standing up and/or sitting down movement
• Playing sports other than walking
• Ascending or descending movement at stairs or in a steep slope
6. Vibrations from a moving vehicle
• Such as riding a bicycle, automobile, train or bus.
7. Walk extremely slowly.
NOTE:
The unit will count steps during running if it is attached to your belt or the top
of your pants with a holder.
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Changing the Display
Press the MODE Button to change the display
Each time you press the MODE Button, the display will
change.
Number of steps
Calories with
amount of fat
burned
Number of
aerobic steps
with minutes
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Distance
Using the Memory Function
This unit can store up to seven days of data for the number of steps,
number of aerobic steps, calories and distance. The data is stored starting
with the oldest day.
The current day’s data is automatically stored in memory when the time
reaches 0:00. The display will return to 0. You do not need to press the
RESET Button everyday.
Note: The time must be correctly set in the unit.
How to view data stored in the memory
Press the MODE Button until the data you
want to see is displayed:
Steps
Aerobic steps with minutes
Calories with amount of fat burned
Distance
Press the MEMORY Button. The previous
day’s data is displayed.
Continue to press the MEMO/▲ Button until all
seven days of stored data is displayed.
Note:
The time is not displayed when using the
memory function. If no button is pressed for
more than 1 minute, the display will return to
the current day’s data.
Press the Mode Button to return to the
current day’s data.
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Using the System Reset Function
Use the system reset function in the following cases:
•When the battery is replaced
•When you want to delete the memory
•When the display becomes unrecognizable
1.
Press the SYSTEM RESET Button on the
back of the main unit with a thin stick that
is not easily breakable.
All the data stored in the memory and the
set data (time, weight, and stride length) are
deleted.
2.
Set the time, weight, and stride length
again.
After all characters on the display are turned on,
the initial time setting display appears.
(Refer to Setting the Time on page 12)
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Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance
To keep your pedometer in the best condition and protect the unit from
damage follow the directions listed below:
Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth. Do not
use any abrasive or volatile cleaners.
Do not immerse the unit or any of the components in water. The
unit is not waterproof. Do not wash it or touch it with wet hands. Be
careful that water does not get into the unit.
Store the unit in a safe and dry location. Avoid subjecting the unit to
direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, water and/or dust.
Do not subject the unit to strong shocks, such as dropping the unit
on the floor or stepping on the unit.
Remove the battery if the unit will not be used for three months or
longer. Always replace the battery with a new one.
Use the unit consistent with the instruction provided in this
manual.
Caution
Changes or modification not approved by Omron Healthcare will
void the user warranty.
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Troubleshooting Tips
Problem
The Low Battery
Indicator blinks.
Nothing is
displayed.
Cause
Solution
The battery is low or
worn.
Replace the battery with
a new one (CR2032).
The polarities of
battery (+ and -) are
aligned in the wrong
directions.
Insert the battery in
correct alignment.
Refer to Battery
Installation on
page 10.
The battery is worn.
Replace the battery with
a new one (CR2032).
The unit is positioned
incorrectly.
Irregular movement.
Inconsistent pace.
The displayed
values are incorrect.
Up and down
movement.
The set values are
wrong.
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Refer to Attaching
the Pedometer on
page 16.
Check the weight and
stride length settings.
Specifications
Model:
Power Supply:
Measurement Range:
Memory:
Setting Range:
Operating Temperature /
Humidity:
Precision of Step Counting:
Time Precision:
Battery Life:
External Dimensions:
Weight:
Contents:
HJ-112CANN (HJ-113-CASL)
3 VDC (1 lithium battery CR2032)
Steps:
0 to 99,999 steps
Aerobic Steps:
0 to 99,999 steps
Minutes for Aerobic Steps: 0 to 1,440 minutes
Calories:
0 to 99,999 kcal
Amount of Fat Burned:
0.0 to 199.9 g
Distance:
0.00 to 999.99 km
Steps:
previous 7 days
Aerobic steps with minutes:
previous 7 days
Calories with amount of fat burned:
previous 7 days
Distance:
previous 7 days
Time:
0:00 to 23:59
Weight:
30 to 136 kg (in increments of 1 kg)
Stride length:
30 to 120 cm (in increments of 1 cm)
-10°C to +40°C (14°F to 104°F) /
30 to 85% RH
Within +/- 5% (by vibration testing machine)
Within +/- 30 seconds of the average monthly deviation
(under normal temperature)
Approx. 6 months
(when used for walking 10,000 steps a day)
Approx. 47 mm(w) × 66 mm(h) ×16 mm(d)
Approx. 32 g (battery included)
Pedometer, Battery (CR2032), Screwdriver, Strap, Clip,
Holder, and Instruction Manual
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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FCC Statement
Note:
POTENTIAL FOR RADIO/TELEVISION INTERFERENCE (for U.S.A. only)
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. The product generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If the product does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the product on and off, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the product and the receiver.
• Connect the product into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
POTENTIAL FOR RADIO/TELEVISION INTERFERENCE (for Canada only)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment
standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioeléctriques applicables
aux appareils numériques de Clase B prescrites dans la norme sur le materiel
brouilleur: “Appareils Numériques”, ICES-003 édictée par le minister des
communications.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Limited Warranty
Your OMRON HJ-112CAN Pocket Pedometer, excluding the battery, is warranted
to be free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing within 1 year
from the date of purchase, when used in accordance with the instructions
provided with the unit. The above warranties extend only to the original retail
purchaser.
We will, at our option, repair or replace without charge any pedometer covered
by the above warranties. Repair or replacement is our only responsibility and your
only remedy under the above warranties.
To obtain warranty service contact Omron Healthcare’s Customer Service by calling
1-800-634-4350 for the address of the repair location and the return shipping and
handling fee. Information for warranty service is available on our website at www.
omronhealthcare.com.
Enclose the Proof of Purchase. Include a letter, with your name, address, phone
number, and description of the specific problem. Pack the product carefully to
prevent damage in transit. Because of possible loss in transit, we recommend
insuring the product with return receipt requested.
THE FOREGOING IS THE SOLE WARRANTY PROVIDED BY OMRON
IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT, AND OMRON HEREBY
DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IMPLIED WARRANTIES
AND OTHER TERMS THAT MAY BE IMPOSED BY LAW, IF ANY, ARE
LIMITTED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE ABOVE EXPRESS
WARRANTY.
OMRON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE OR ANY OTHER
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT COSTS,
EXPENSES OR DAMAGES.
This warranty provides you with specific legal rights, and you may have other
rights that vary by jurisdiction. Because of special local requirements, some of the
above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
Visit our web site at:
Call toll free:
www.omronhealthcare.com
1-800-634-4350
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Notes
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Notes
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Omron Healthcare, Inc.
1200 Lakeside Drive
Bannockburn, IL 60015
www.omronhealthcare.com
Copyright © 2010 Omron Healthcare, Inc.
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