User Manual Heart Rate Monitor

User Manual Heart Rate Monitor
Heart Rate Monitor
User Manual
CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
Functions and summary
KEYS AND FUNCTIONS
................................................................................ 3
.................................................................................. 4
QUICK START
Wearing the Chest Belt ................................................................................ 5
Zone Selection ............................................................................................. 6
TIME
Set Time ...................................................................................................... 7
HEART RATE MONITOR
Getting Started ........................................................................................... 8
Data Display / Zone Range ............................................................................. 9
User Settings ............................................................................................... 10
Heart Rate Intensity Chart .............................................................................. 11
DATA
Overall Information of Performance
................................................................ 12
ALARM
Set Alarm .................................................................................................... 13
BATTERY REQUIREMENT ................................................................................ 14
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................... 15
CARE & MAINTENANCE ................................................................................. 15
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 16
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OVERVIEW
Congratulations on your purchase of a highly reliable Heart Rate Monitor, it is a user-friendly
fitness tool to keep track of your personal fitness level, To develop basic understands and gain
maximum benefit from this Heart Rate Monitor, please read this user manual carefully.
We wish you an enjoyable workout with it.
Functions and Summary
Time
Adjust
Time
Date
Year
12/24 Hour
Format
Heart Rate
Monitor
Exercise
Time
Max Heart
Rate %
Calorie
In Zone
period
Highest
Heart Rate
Current
Time
Gender
Heart Rate
Zone Level
Upper HR
Zone Limit
Lower HR
Zone Limit
Unit
Weight
Heart Rate
Zone Alarm
In Zone
Period
Calories
Adjust
Data
Exercise
Time
Alarm
Alarm
ON / OFF
Age
Highest
Heart Rate
Average
Heart Rate
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KEYS and FUNCTIONS
MODE
-Scrolls through various modes of the watch
-Advances to next variable in setting
sequence
ADJUST/
LIGHT
START/STOP
ADJUST/LIGHT
-Activates Light
-Enters the setting sequence for
each setting mode
-Clears session data
START/STOP
-Increases variable in setting sequence
-Pauses time in HRM mode
MODE
RESET
RESET
-Decreases variable in setting sequence
-Toggles through sub modes
-Toggles between pounds/kilograms
-Ends session
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QUICK START WEARING THE CHEST BELT
Follow steps 1. through 4. to wear the chest belt and go for a run.
1. Open the chest belt.
2. Insert the tab into the hole, make sure tab
and hole are on the same level.
3. Position on rib cage under the chest. Make
sure the chest belt is positioned in the right
direction and worn directly against the skin.
4. Lift the belt slightly from the skin and wet both
grooved areas on the back to ensure strong
connection between your pulse and the
chest belt.
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QUICK START
ZONE SELECTION
LEVEL 1
55 – 70%
Sustain a healthy heart and lose weight.
LEVEL 2
7.
Start Run
70 – 80%
Develop endurance and increase stamina.
6.
Choose
zone
80 – 100%
Sustain excellent fitness condition and
increase muscle strength.
LEVEL 3
5.
Enter
HRM mode
No Signal
Three dash lines will apear if the
watch is not receiving transmission
from the chest belt.
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TIME SET TIME
In TIME mode you can set the Time, Date, and Hour Format.
Follow steps 1. through 5. to set the time and date.
2.
Hold 2 sec.
3.
-Digit
5.
Exit
1.
Scroll to
TIME mode
Set
Hour
3.
+Digit/
Toggle
key Tone
ON-OFF
Set
Minute
Set
Seconds
Set
Year
4.
Select Next
Variable
Set
Month
Set
Day
Choose
12/24 Hour
Clock
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HEART RATE MONITOR GETTING STARTED
PRINCIPLE OF THE HEART RATE ZONE
It is important that you know your maximum heart rate, training zone, upper heart rate limit and
lower heart rate limit before you begin. They help you achieve the maximum health benefits out of
your workout. We recommend consulting a medical practitioner or registered physician before
setting your personal training-schedule and target. Or you can set your own upper and lower limit
using the following as a reference guide:
Calculation of Maximum Heart Rate: MALE= 220 – Age, FEMALE = 226 – Age
Getting Started
Follow steps 1. through 3. to get ready and start your run.
The three dash lines will
blink while receiving
transmission from the
chest belt.
3.
Start when READY
is displayed
1.
Enter
HRM mode
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2.
Scroll through and
choose according
HEART RATE MONITOR DATA DISPLAY / ZONE RANGE
The exercise time is displayed under the heart rate by default. Press the START/STOP key to view
other information.
Pause Session
Press pause
curren session
start/stop
Hold 2 sec
to save data
Exercise
Time
Max
HR%
Calorie
Scroll Data
In Zone Highest Current
Period Heart Rate Time
In-Zone
Your heart rate
is with your
zone range
Qut-zone
If your heart rate
is out of zone,
the High or Low
arrows will display
and the digits
will flash
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HEART RATE MONITOR USER SETTINGS
Your heart rate is measured in beats per minute (bpm) and setting a heart rate zone allows you to work
with an upper and lower heart rate limit. Follow steps 1. through 5. to adjust the User Settings.
2.
Hold 2 sec.
3.
-Digit/Toggle
1.
Scroll to
TIME mode
3.
+Digit/
Toggle
Set
Age
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Set
Sex
Set
HR Zone
Level
4.
Press to
Scroll Data
5.
Exit
4.
Select Next
Variable
Set
Set
Upper
Lower
HR Zone HR Zone
Limit
Limit
Set
Unit
Set
Set HR
Weight Zone Alarm
ON/OFF
HR SETTING HEART RATE INTENSITY CHART
This is an alternative to check your heart rate zones based on sex, age and weight. Starting with
your Max Heart Rate (MHR), use the chart to calculate your zones depending on the intensity of
your workout. Please note that this chart may not be suitable for everyone.
Max Heart Rate
Male=220-Age
Female=226-Age
Level 1(55-70%)
Sustain a healthy
heart and lose weight
Age Male Female
Male
20 200 206 110 140
25
195
201
107
136
Female
113 144
110 140
30
190
196
104
133
107
137
Level 2(70-80%)
Develop endurance
and increase stamina
Level 2(80-100%)
Sustain excellent fitness
condition and increase
muscle strength
Male
140 160
Male
160 200
156
195
160
201
156
152
190
156
196
148
144
140
185
152
191
180
175
186
136
170
148
144
140
136
156
Female
144 164
140 160
133
152
137
148
144
140
133
152
130
136
123
148
144
140
35
185
191
101
129
105
133
139
40
45
180
175
186
99
126
102
130
126
181
96
126
170
93
96
123
122
119
115
60
88
65
160
155
176
171
166
122
119
115
99
50
55
161
70
75
150
145
156
151
165
90
85
112
108
82
105
79
101
94
119
91
116
88
85
112
109
83
105
126
Female
164 206
181
176
171
166
132
119
136
132
165
136
128
116
132
128
112
109
128
124
120
128
161
105
124
120
160
155
101
116
105
150
145
124
120
156
151
112
108
124
120
116
132
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DATA OVERALL INFORMATION OF PERFORMANCE
In DATA mode you can view your stored data from the last session.
Follow steps 1. through 3. to manage your data. *Please note only one session worth of data can be stored.
Clear Session
You can start a new session
when the current data is cleared.
Hold for 2 sec. to clear data.
*Data needs to be cleared
to start new session.
3.
1.
Scroll to
Data mode
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Exercise
Time
Highest
Heart Rate
In Zone
Period
Average
Heart Rate
Calorie
ALARM SET ALARM
In ALARM mode you can toggle ON/OFF for the alarm and adjust the time.
Follow steps 1. through 5. to adjust alarm settings.
5.
Exit
3.
+Digital/Toggle
Turn Alarm ON/OFF
2.
Hold 2 sec.
1.
4.
Select
Next
Variable
Scroll to
Alarm mode
3.
-Digital/Toggle
The alarm icon will
show in any mode of
the display when the
alarm is turned ON.
*The settings
will be automatically
updated once the
alarm time is adjusted.
Set
Hour
Set
Minute
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BATTERY REQUIREMENT
Warning: Keep watch batteries away from children, If swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
Warning: Batteries contain chemical substances.
They should be disposed of properly according to local regulations.
WATCH Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium
Battery Life: The battery is estimated to last 1 year depending on frequency and
use of certain features.
1.
3.
old
Unscrew all
Insert a CR2032
4.
20
2.
32
four corners
lithium battery
Replace the
Remove
to remove
with the writing
caseback
old battery
the caseback
facing you
HR Chest Belt Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium
Battery Life: The battery is estimated to last 1 year if the chest belt is used one hour per day.
1.
2.
Use a coin to unscrew the battery
hatch on the watch by turning
counter clockwise
20 32
3.
Remove old battery and insert a
CR 2032 lithium battery with
the writing facing you
Replace the battery hatch
*Please make sure the O-ring (rubber ring surrounding battery) has not
been removed from its place.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND TAKING YOUR WATCH TO A LOCAL RETAILER OR JEWELLER TO HAVE
THE BATTERY REPLACED TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF PERMANENTLY DAMAGING THE WATCH.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CARE & MAINTENANCE
Heart rate doesn't display on watch
- The chest belt may not be positioned correctly.
- The grooved sensors may not be wet enough,
wet and try again.
- It is recommended that the grooved sensors
are directly on your skin.
Avoid extreme force, shock, dust temperature,
or humidity. Such conditions may cause
malfunctioning, a shorter electronic lift span,
damaged batteries, or distorted parts.
Heart rate reading on watch is inconsistent or stops
- The battery may need to be replaced in the chest belt.
- Sources of electromagnetic fields can cause
interference. (Appliances, computers, and power lines)
Watch beeps continuously
- If the zone alarm is on and your heart rate is not in any
of the zone ranges, the watch will beep to indicate you
are out of the zones.
Watch display may be frozen due to static electricity
- The display may be frozen due to static electricity
or recent battery replacements, If this occurs, press on
all 4 side buttons at the same time to reset to factory
settings.
Rinse the watch with fresh water to avoid materials
building up that can interfere with the reception of
the pulse.
Do not use abrasive or corrosive materials to clean
the watch or chest belt. Abrasive cleaning agents
may scratch the plastic parts and corrode the
electronic circuit..
Avoid tampering the internal components of the
watch. Doing so will terminate the sensors warranty
and may cause damage.
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SPECIFICATIONS
WATCH
HR CHEST BELT
Water Resistance: The watch is water resistant
under normal use up to 30 meters. Water damage
will occur if the watch buttons are pressed while
under water.
Water Resistance: The watch is water resistant
under normal use up to 10 meters. Wipe dry
after use.
Operating Temperatures: -5 to 50 degree Celsius.
Material Specifications:
Crystal: Acrylic
Case:
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Keys:
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Polyurethane
Buckle:
Stainless Steel
Bezel:
Stainless Steel
Caseback: Stainless Steel
Strap:
Polyurethane
Mode Limits: Heart Rate 30-240bpm
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Operating Temperatures: -5 to 50 degree Celsius.
Material Specifications:
Case:
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Strap:
Polyurethane
Band:
Elastic
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