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GPS Sports Monitor
User Manual
SF-810
User Manual
Introduction
Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing this GPS Sports Monitor "RUNSENSE".
To use the device correctly, make sure you read the User Manual along with the supplied Quick Start Guide.
Keep the supplied Quick Start Guide handy to help you resolve any problems.
This device can measure running distance, pace, elapsed time, altitude, and calories burnt. You can also upload
recorded data to a dedicated website allowing you to look back over previous workouts.
Descriptions in the User Manual
c Important:
Indicates things you must or must not do. Ignoring these instructions or
mishandling this device could cause malfunction or operational problems
to the device.
Note:
Indicates additional explanations and related information.
Menu Name
Indicates menu items displayed on the screen of the device.
A/B/C/D
Indicates the device buttons.
U
Indicates related pages. Click the link in blue text to display the related
page.
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other countries.
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Caution:
❏ Unapproved copying of part or all of this guide is strictly forbidden.
❏ The content of this guide is subject to change without prior notice.
❏ Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this guide, contact us if you have any questions or
notice any errors in descriptions in the content of this guide.
❏ Despite the preceding clause, we cannot accept any responsibility for mishandling due to errors in this guide.
❏ We cannot accept any responsibility for malfunctions and so on that occur due to ignoring the content of this
guide, the device being handled inappropriately, repairs or modifications performed by a third party that is not
our company or appointed by our company.
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Features
The SF-810 has a built-in heart rate sensor which will help you during workouts and make heart rate zone training
easy.
Chronograph function
Allows you to measure running data such as distance and time.
You can measure split and lap times, as well as using the GPS signal to measure distance
and pace.
U “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)” on page 40
Split Time: Elapsed time from the start
Lap time: Time taken for each lap
You can use the recall screen to check recorded measurement data.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on page 62
Interval function
Allows you to perform interval training.
Interval training:
Training method in which you repeat sets of light and hard exercise to increase your
athletic ability. An exercise menu is created using combinations of hard (sprint) and
light (recovery) exercise. An alarm sounds when it is time to change between sprinting
and recovering.
U “Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light Workouts (Interval Function)” on
page 45
Goal function (timed race)
Allows you to set a time as your goal and measure the time remaining until that goal is
reached.
You can exercise while checking the elapsed time. You can also calculate the estimated
distance you will cover during that time.
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is Reached (Goal Function)” on
page 52
You can use the recall screen to check recorded measurement data.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on page 62
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Goal function (distance race)
Allows you to set a distance as your goal and measure the distance taken until that goal
is reached.
You can exercise while checking the distance. You can also calculate the estimated total
time to complete the set distance.
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is Reached (Goal Function)” on
page 52
You can use the recall screen to check recorded measurement data.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on page 62
Measure settings
Allows you to change the measurement settings.
❏ Measuring pulse (heart rate) (Heart Rate function)
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on page 38
❏ Automatically records laps when a time or distance set in advance has been
reached (AT Lap function)
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function)” on page 56
❏ Automatically stops measuring when you stop running, and resumes when you
continue running (AT Pause function)
U “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause Function)” on page 58
❏ Sets and measures the target time for one kilometre/mile (Target Pace function)
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Function)” on page 59
❏ You can change the items and layout of the measurement screen display (Screen
settings function)
U “Screen” on page 100
❏ Tap to display a set function (Tap function)
U “Tap” on page 21
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Settings
Allows you to change the settings for the device.
❏ Communicates with external devices (Communication function)
U “Smart Phone” on page 96
❏ Inverts the screen's display (Invert function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏ Adjusts the screen's contrast (Adjust contrast function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏ Turns on the light automatically when the screen changes (Auto Light function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏ Sets an alarm (Alarm function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏ Turns off operation tones (Operation Tones function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏ Resets configuration information in the device's memory (Initialize function)
U “System Settings” on page 98
Other features
❏ You can measure pitch and stride using the built-in stride sensor.
U “Educating Your Pulse and Stride Sensor” on page 34
❏ You can skip GPS positioning if it is taking too long.
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on page 31
❏ You can take measurements without performing GPS positioning.
U “Indoor mode” on page 31
❏ You can monitor, analyse, compare and share your recorded data using the
dedicated Web application "RUNSENSE View".
U “Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View)” on
page 65
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Contents
Screen display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light
Workouts (Interval Function). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What is the interval function?. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting interval conditions and measuring. . . .
Loading interval conditions that have already
been set. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measure until the Time or Distance Set in
Advance Is Reached (Goal Function). . . . . . . . . .
What is the goal function?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring by setting the time or distance. . . . .
Screen display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap
Function). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause
Function). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace
Function). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Using this Device Safely
Symbols in this Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Notes on Usage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Notes on using the product and components
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Notes on using the cradle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Notes on Electromagnetic Waves. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Preparing and Basic Operations
Checking the Items Provided. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wearing the device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing screens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function of each button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm (tones/vibration). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initial Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning). . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring function for the device. . . . . . . . . .
GPS positioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indoor mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making precise measurements. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Educating Your Pulse and Stride Sensor. . . . . . . .
About the pulse/stride sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Educating the sensors for pulse and stride. . . .
Measurable Items. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Checking Measurement Data (Recall
Function)
Checking Measurement Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Measurement data that can be checked in
recall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Delete unnecessary measurement data. . . . . . . . 63
Data Management Using the Web
Application (RUNSENSE View)
What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE
View)?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Run Connect (Uploader Software). . . .
Creating an Account (When Using for the First
Time). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uploading Measurement Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Uploaded Measurement Data. . . . . . . .
Measure
Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise. . .
Measuring pulse (heart rate). . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the measured pulse (heart rate)
screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed
(Chronograph Function). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What is the chronograph function?. . . . . . . . .
Measuring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting Measurements Using the PC
Application (Run Connect)
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What is the PC Application (Run Connect). . . . .
Starting Run Connect and Displaying the Settings
Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the AT Lap Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting AT lap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Measuring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Target Pace Function. . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the target pace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Interval Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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AC adapter specifications (optional). . . . . . . . . 128
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Index
Settings
How to Change the Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Measure settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Changing the Measure settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Measure set. table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Changing the Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Settings table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Screen settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Screen pattern table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Measurement display abbreviations. . . . . . . . . 104
Changing the measurement screen. . . . . . . . . . 107
Changing the Lap screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Maintenance
Looking after your device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
About the strap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports
Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
About the device's built-in rechargeable
battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Updating the Firmware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Checking the firmware version. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Updating the firmware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Troubleshooting
Caution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Problem Solving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Resetting the System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Contacting us About this Product. . . . . . . . . . . . 122
After-sales Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Appendix
Understanding the Icons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Product Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Device specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Cradle specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
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Using this Device Safely
Make sure you read the manuals (Quick Start Guide and User Manual) first to use this product safely.
The product may malfunction, or an accident may occur if it is handled incorrectly.
❏ Keep the manuals handy to help you resolve any problems.
❏ When taking this product out of the country of purchase, check the laws and regulations in the destination
country before you travel.
❏ This product is not a medical device. Use this product as an indicator during physical exercise.
Symbols in this Manual
The following symbols are used in this guide to indicate possible dangerous operations or handling. Make sure you
understand these warnings before using the product.
!Warning:
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in serious personal injury.
!Caution:
Ignoring these instructions and mishandling this device could cause injury or damage to property.
This symbol indicates an action that should be done.
This symbol indicates an action that must not be done.
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Notes on Usage
Notes on using the product and components
Warning
Exercise according to your physical capabilities. Stop exercising and consult your doctor if you
feel unwell during exercise.
Do not use or store this product in the following environments. It may cause an electric shock or
fire, or the product may malfunction or be damaged.
❏ Locations with very high or low temperatures or humidity
❏ Near volatile substances
❏ Dusty places
❏ Near a strong magnetic field (for example, near a loudspeaker)
Do not disassemble this product, and do not attempt to repair this product by yourself. It may
cause an electric shock or accident.
Do not leave this product within reach of young children.
Caution
Stop using the device immediately and consult your doctor if you have an allergic reaction or a
rash during use.
The device is water resistant at 5 bar (5 ATM). Although you can use the device for swimming and
so on, do not perform button operations under water.
Do not pour water directly from the tap onto this product. The power of the tap water stream may
be strong enough to compromise the product’s waterproof feature.
Do not wear this product in a bath or sauna. The steam and soap may compromise the waterproof
feature or cause corrosion.
Notes on using the cradle
Warning
Do not use the cradle or AC adapter if they are in any way damaged, faulty or contaminated by
foreign material such as dust, water or dirt. Do not use any adapter other than the specified
adapter for charging.
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Notes on Electromagnetic Waves
®
This device is equipped with Bluetooth Smart technology. When operating supported smartphones, this function
wirelessly sends and receives measurement data to the device.
This device has been classified as a low electronic data communication system based on Radio Law. Therefore, this
device does not require a radio station licence. The following acts may be punishable by law.
❏ Disassembling or remodeling the device
❏ Removing the verification or certification number for the device
VCCI Class B Information Technology Device
This device is a class B information technology device. This device is designed for home
use, but interference could occur when using in close proximity to radios or television
aerials.
Certification information
Frequency
This device uses the frequency bands 2.402 to 2.480 GHz. Other wireless devices may
use the same frequency. Note the following points to avoid wireless interference with
other wireless devices.
Precautions when performing wireless communication
This device operates on the 2.4 GHz band.
This device operates in the same frequency bandwidth as industrial, scientific, and medical devices such as microwave
ovens and mobile object identification (RF-ID) systems (licensed premises radio stations, amateur, and unlicensed
specified low-power radio stations (hereafter "other radio stations")) used in factory production lines.
1. Before using this device, make sure there are no "other radio stations" being used in the vicinity.
2. If this device causes RF interference between the device and "other radio stations", promptly move to a different
location, stop using the device, and contact your local reseller to ask for advice on preventing interference (for example
setting up partitions).
3. In addition, when harmful radio wave interference occurs between the device and "other radio stations", and refer to
"Contacting us about this product" to contact our service centre.
U “Contacting us About this Product” on page 122
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Warning
If you notice any abnormalities on your skin and so on, stop using the device immediately and
contact a specialist.
In areas in which usage is restricted, such as on airplanes and in hospitals, follow the rules and
regulations provided (such as in-flight announcements).
Do not use the device if you have a surgically implanted medical device such as a cardiac
pacemaker.
Do not bring the device into an operating room, intensive care unit, and so on, and do not use the
device near medical equipment. Radio waves from the device may interfere with electronic
medical equipment causing the equipment to malfunction and cause an accident.
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Preparing and Basic Operations
You need to make the following preparations before use.
U “Checking the Items Provided” on page 13
U “Wearing the device” on page 14
U “Basic Operations” on page 15
U “Charging” on page 23
U “Initial Settings” on page 27
Once preparations are complete, check the method and important points when performing GPS satellite positioning.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on page 30
U “Educating Your Pulse and Stride Sensor” on page 34
U “Measurable Items” on page 35
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Checking the Items Provided
Make sure you check that all of the following items have been supplied with this product. If there is anything missing,
contact your local reseller.
Main unit
Cradle
Quick Start Guide
Warranty
Options
You can purchase the following optional extras. Contact your local reseller for more information.
AC Adapter for Europe excluding UK and Ireland
AC Adapter for UK and Ireland
(Model No.: SFAC02)
(Model No.: SFAC03)
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Wearing the device
When wearing the product, make sure it does not touch the bone on your wrist. Wear the product closely around your
wrist. Tighten the wrist band if your pulse (heart rate) is not measured correctly. However do not wear the product too
tight. If you feel any discomfort, loosen the wristband.
Sensor (reads your pulse on the back of your wrist)
Note:
❏ After putting the device on, press the A button on the Time screen, and check that your pulse is being measured. Your
pulse (heart rate) should be displayed within about 30 seconds. If it is not displayed, readjust the position of the device
(see above illustration), or tighten the wrist band.
This device measures your pulse and displays it as the heart rate on the screen.
❏
The device may not be able to measure accurately if it is not in contact with your skin or if it moves around too much
while exercising. Try tightening the wrist band by one hole.
Important:
c The
accuracy of the heart rate sensor is affected by cold body or ambient temperature. Protect the device by
wearing it under a sleeve in cold or windy conditions. A warning (see below illustration) will trigger if the device
temperature will drop too low.
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Basic Operations
Changing screens
This device is comprised of a Time screen, Measurement screen, Settings screen (Settings menu and Measure set.
menu), and Recall screen, and you can perform operations with the following buttons.
Operation buttons
: Short press
: Long press (two seconds or more)
Time screen
Settings menu
B
C
A
U “Setting screen
(Settings menu/Measure
set. menu)” on page 19
A/C
U “Time screen” on
page 17
D
A
See the following pages for information
on making settings for each screen.
Measurement screen
U “Measurement screen”
on page 18
A
B
Recall screen
Measure set. menu
U “Recall screen” on
page 20
U “Setting screen
(Settings menu/Measure
set. menu)” on page 19
U “How to Change the Settings” on
page 90
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Note:
❏ When you leave the device for a while, it enters sleep status and the time display turns off. This is not a malfunction as
the display is restored the next time a button is pressed or you move the device. You can also turn off the sleep function.
U “System Settings” on page 98
❏
The time screen is displayed if no operations are made for a specified length of time. The time varies depending on the
screen displayed.
Sys. Settings/User Settings/Recall screen: 3 mins.
Measurement Screen (while not measuring): 60 mins.
❏
When three minutes have passed without any operations being performed on the Measure set. menu screen, the
measurement screen is displayed.
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Function of each button
The function for each button changes depending on which screen is displayed.
Time screen
Operation buttons
Button Operation
Short press
A
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
B
C
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Explanation
Starts pulse (heart rate) measurement.*
Turns the power on or off.
Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10
seconds.
Displays the Settings menu.
U “Setting screen (Settings menu/Measure set. menu)” on
page 19
Short press
Performs GPS positioning, and displays the measurement screen.
U “Measurement screen” on page 18
Short press
Displays a record of the measurement history (recall screen).
U “Recall screen” on page 20
D
Long press (two
seconds or more)
*
Performs Bluetooth
measurement data.
® communication. Use this when uploading
Measures your pulse (heart rate) when worn on your wrist. Your current heart rate will be displayed on the
watch display, but will not be recorded.
U “Wearing the device” on page 14
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Measurement screen
Operation buttons
Button Operation
Short press
A
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
Explanation
You can display up to four measurement screens and switch the
screens using this button.
Displays the time screen.
Not available while measuring.
Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10
seconds.
B
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
C
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Not available while measuring.
Starts, stops, or resumes measuring.
Displays the time screen.
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Displays the time screen if you use reset* while measuring is stopped.
Not available while measuring.
Short press
D
*
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Records laps while measuring.
Resets* while measuring is stopped.
Not available while measuring.
When you reset the display, it returns to the status before measuring started allowing you to start the next
measurement. Data that has been measured up to that point is stored in the device's memory.
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Setting screen (Settings menu/Measure set. menu)
Operation buttons
Button Operation
Short press
A
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
Explanation
Confirm a selection.
From the Settings menu, the time screen is displayed.
From the Measure set. menu, the measurement screen is displayed.
Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10
seconds.
B
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
C
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
D
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Selects the upper item.
Increases the value.
Selects the upper item.
Speeds through the values.
Selects the lower item.
Decreases the value.
Selects the lower item.
Speeds through the values.
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Recall screen
Operation buttons
Button Operation
Short press
A
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Short press
Explanation
Confirm a selection.
Displays the time screen.
Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10
seconds.
B
Long press (two
seconds or more)
C
D
-
Short press
Selects the upper item.
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Selects the upper item.
Short press
Selects the lower item.
Long press (two
seconds or more)
Selects the lower item.
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Tap
You can perform one of the following operations by tapping the screen once while measuring.
Function
Lap
Explanation
Records the lap.
The same operation as pressing D while measuring.
Light
Turns on the light. The light turns on for approximately 10 seconds.
The same operation as pressing B.
Screen Chg.
Changes between the four measurement screens.
The same operation as pressing A.
OFF (default)
Turns off tap operations.
Note:
❏ When you want to change functions operated by tapping, set Tap from the Measure set. menu.
U “Measure settings” on page 91
❏
The operation may not be recognised if you tap the screen rapidly in succession. Leave a gap of approximately one
second between taps.
❏
When bike mode is selected, the tap function may operate automatically depending on the condition of the road surface.
If this occurs, we recommend to change the setting to OFF.
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Alarm (tones/vibration)
This function allows you to sound an alarm when pausing a lap, setting the target pace, and so on.
The following shows the alarm timing. A long alarm sounds when the lap is paused, and a short alarm sounds at other
times.
Mode
Measurement Settings
Chronograph
AT Lap
Interval
❏ From device
Goal
Timing
When lap is paused
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT
Lap Function)” on page 56
❏ From PC application (Run Connect)
U “Setting the AT Lap Function” on
page 82
AT Pause
❏ When measuring is stopped
U “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT
Pause Function)” on page 58
❏ When measuring restarts
Target Pace
❏ When you are off the target pace
❏ From device
❏ When you have set multiple target
paces and the target pace changes
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target
Pace Function)” on page 59
❏ From PC application (Run Connect)
U “Setting the Target Pace Function” on
page 84
HR
When you are off the HR Zone
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during
Exercise” on page 38
Interval
❏ From device
U “Setting a Time and Distance for Hard
and Light Workouts (Interval Function)”
on page 45
❏ When changing between sprint/
recovery
❏ When the number of sets is
complete
❏ From PC application (Run Connect)
U “Setting the Interval Function” on
page 87
Goal
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in
Advance Is Reached (Goal Function)” on
page 52
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❏ When 50/90% of the set time/
distance is reached
❏ When the set time/distance is
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Charging
Before use
c ❏Important:
Make sure you use the cradle that came with this product.
❏ Do not place the device in the cradle if it is wet from water or sweat.
Otherwise the contact points on the cradle and the device could corrode, malfunction, or cause a
communication failure.
❏ Do not perform button operations when it is wet; otherwise, a malfunction could occur.
If the device is wet from water or sweat, use a little running water to wash the contact points and sensor, wipe away most
of the water with a towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally before placing it in the cradle.
Contact points/Sensor
Use low pressure water to wash the device.
See the following for more details about daily maintenance.
U “Looking after your device” on page 114
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Charging
c ❏Important:
Charge this device when using it for the first time.
❏ Charge in an environment where the surrounding temperature is 5 to 35°C. In any other environment the
following charge error screen is displayed, and charging stops. When it returns to a suitable temperature,
charging resumes.
A
Connect the cradle using one of the following methods.
o Using a computer
Connect the cradle's USB plug to the computer's USB port.
This is not guaranteed to work with all computers. Do not use a USB hub. Instead, connect the cradle directly to
the computer.
o Using the AC adapter
Connect the cradle's USB plug to the AC adapter's USB port.
We recommend using the optional AC adapter (Model No.: SFAC02 for Europe excluding UK and Ireland /
SFAC03 for UK and Ireland). If you do not use a supported AC adapter, you may not be able to charge the device
or it may not operate correctly.
B
Place the device into the cradle.
Check that the contact points on the device are pointing up and match the contact marks on the cradle.
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After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device until it is fixed in
place.
Important:
c Make
sure the device is placed in the correct direction; otherwise, the device or the cradle could be damaged.
When the device is placed in the correct direction, the alarm sounds, the following screen is displayed, and
charging starts.
Although the average time necessary for a full charge is 2.5 to 3.5 hours, this varies depending on the situation.
C
Check that charging is complete.
When the following charging icon is displayed, charging is complete.
Note:
When the battery icon displays 100%, an over-charge prevention function is activated. The device will not be damaged
even if you continue to charge the battery.
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D
When charging is complete, remove the device from the cradle.
Hold the cradle and press the device down into the lower part of the cradle to release it.
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C
Initial Settings
Set your Height and Weight.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
After charging the device for the first time and removing
it from the cradle, follow the on-screen instructions to
Initialize the settings.
Important:
c Set
the time by receiving a GPS signal. Signals
from the GPS cannot be received while indoors.
Make sure this is performed outside.
Operation buttons
D
Set your DOB.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
A
Set the language.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
B
Set the Units.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
E
Set your Gender.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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I
Set today's date.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Complete the settings.
Use C/D to select Yes, and then press A.
A signal is received from the GPS and time is
automatically synchronised.
When Complete is displayed, press A.
G
Set the Date Format.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
The time screen is displayed.
H
Go to a location outside with no
obstructions overhead.
Note:
❏ When you leave the device for a while, it enters sleep
status and the time display turns off. This is not a
malfunction as the display is restored the next time
you move the device.
Important:
c Take
the following steps to receive a signal
from the GPS and synchronise time
automatically. Since the signal from the
GPS cannot be received indoors, go
outside to a location without any
obstructions overhead.
❏
If time synchronisation fails, the signal from the GPS
may not be being received properly. Perform Time
Adjust from Sys. Settings.
U “System Settings” on page 98
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About the battery
You can check how much charge remains from the battery icon below the time display.
Battery icon
GPS On
Hours
remaining*
20 to 14 hours
14 to 8 hours
8 to 2 hours
2 to 0 hours
24 to 17 hours
17 to 10 hours
10 to 3 hours
3 to 0 hours
Pulse (Heart rate)
On
GPS On
Pulse (Heart rate)
Off
*
Standard hours during which you can use the Chronograph function while receiving a GPS signal.
Battery life may vary depending on the conditions (Frequency the light will be turned on, etc.)
Important:
c Nothing
is displayed when the battery is running out. If the device is left for a long time with a low battery, the
performance of the rechargeable battery will deteriorate. Make sure you charge the device at least once every six
months even when it is not being used.
Note:
Even if the battery runs out, measurement data is stored in the main memory.
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Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)
Measuring function for the device
This device receives a signal from the GPS, and measures distance and pace. To make sure measurements are
performed accurately, try to use the device under the following conditions which allow for easy reception of GPS
signals.
❏ Outside with no obstructions overhead
❏ Wear the device with the screen facing up
Locations where you cannot receive signals
Inside rooms or buildings, or
underground
In tunnels
Under water
Locations that are difficult to receive signals
Locations with electronic
interference, such as
constructions sites and heavy
traffic
Near high-voltage wires or
television towers, overhead
electric wires for trains, and roads
with skyscrapers
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GPS positioning
Note:
It usually takes less than two minutes to complete
GPS positioning.
When you change to the measurement screen, the
device receives a signal from various satellites, and
identifies your position to use for measurement.
If it takes more than two minutes and Failed is
displayed, we recommend selecting Cancel,
moving to a different location, and trying again.
Important:
c While
identifying a GPS, make sure you are
outside with no obstructions overhead, and try to
keep the device as still as possible.
Operation buttons
When the measurement screen is displayed, you can
start measuring.
U “Measure” on page 37
Skipping GPS positioning
A
Go to a location outside with no
obstructions overhead.
B
Perform GPS positioning.
If you want to start measuring immediately, or if GPS
positioning is taking too long, select Skip during GPS
positioning and start measuring.
Press C.
GPS positioning starts.
GPS positioning continues while measuring, and when
positioning is complete the device starts recording
positional information. The routes before GPS
positioning is complete and while using indoor mode
are not recorded. Distance and pace data can still be
measured. The device will use the stride sensor until a
GPS connection is made.
U “Measurable Items” on page 35
When GPS positioning is complete, the
measurement screen is displayed.
Indoor mode
This function allows you to measure without
performing GPS positioning. Use this when GPS
positioning cannot be performed because you are
indoors and so on.
The route and so on is not recorded in indoor mode.
Also, measurement items are limited in indoor mode.
U “Measurable Items” on page 35
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Use either of the following methods to enter indoor
mode.
❏ Select Indoor during GPS positioning
❏ If GPS positioning fails, select Indoor on the screen
displayed
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Making precise measurements
In the following situations, complete GPS positioning, display the measurement screen, and then wait outside for at
least 15 minutes with no obstructions overhead. This allows you to make precise measurements.
❏ When you use the device for the first time after purchase
❏ When the device has not been used for several months
You need not make these preparations from the second time.
Note:
The basic configuration of the GPS system is 24 satellites orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 20,000 km, with at least four
satellites travelling in six different orbits. The GPS receiver acquires data from four satellites and calculates the latitude,
longitude, altitude, and time. Measuring can start once positioning has been performed and this information has been
received. Since you can receive more detailed GPS navigation data (satellite orbital information) after 15 minutes from this
point, you can make more precise measurements.
However, errors may occur in distance measurements, even after waiting 15 minutes or more, due to atmospheric conditions
and the usage environment.
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Educating Your Pulse and Stride Sensor
About the pulse/stride sensor
This product has a built-in pulse sensor and a stride sensor. The pulse sensor detects your pulse (heart rate) accurately
simply by wearing the device directly on your wrist. The stride sensor calculates distance and laps with high precision,
as well as measures your pitch and stride even when GPS signal is lost such as in a tunnel, and so on.
Educating the sensors for pulse and stride
When using the device for the first time, run under the following conditions so that the your pulse (heart rate) and
stride are accurately detected and learnt by the sensor.
Location/Time
Run in the following locations that allow GPS positioning.
❏ When outside with no obstructions overhead: Approximately 10 mins.
❏ When surrounded by tall buildings: approximately 30 mins.
Measure
Measure using the chronograph function.
U “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)” on page 40
Note:
❏ You don't need make these preparations from the second time. However, note if the device is reset so you have to go
through the device set up again you will need to repeat this process.
❏
The device's stride sensor is used for running and walking.
❏
Usage, for example educates the pulse/stride sensor according to your primary usage for example if you plan to use the
device to measure running, run at your usual pace to educate the sensor. Errors may occur if your pulse/stride pattern is
significantly different to the learning session.
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Measurable Items
Items that can be measured by each measurement function for chronograph, interval, and goal mode.
When GPS is off for indoor mode, the route is not recorded.
* : Cannot measure during indoor modeU “Indoor mode” on page 31
Measurement item
(Display name)
Distance (Dist.)
Lap Distance (LapDist.)
Pace (Pace)
Average Pace (Av.Pace)
Lap Pace (LapPace)
Speed (Speed)
Average Speed (Av.Spd)
Lap Speed (LapSpd)
Split Time (Split)
Lap Time (Lap)
Time (Time)
Calories Burnt (Calories)
Altitude (Alt.)*
Guide Time (Guide)
Guide Distance (GuideDist.)
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Measurement items
(Display name)
Stride (Stride)
Average Stride (Av.Stride)
Lap Stride (LapStride)
Pitch (Pitch)
Average Pitch (Av.Pitch)
Lap Pitch (LapPitch)
HR (HR)
Average HR (Av.HR)
Maximum HR (Max.HR)
Lap HR (LapHR)
Steps (Steps)
Lap Steps (LapStp)
HR Zone Time (Spent.HR)
Time to HR Zone (Time.HR)
Total Ascent (Tot.Asc.)*
Total Descent (Tot.Des.)*
Grade (Grade)*
Latitude/Longitude (LAT/LONG)*
Estimated Time (Est.)
Estimated Distance (Est.Dist.)
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The SF-810 has a built-in pulse (heart rate) sensor which will help you during workouts and make heart rate zone
training easy.
Using the positional information and time for the GPS signal, the time, distance, and speed are measured
automatically.
Also, training is supported for a variety of functions, such as the interval function.
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on page 38
U “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)” on page 40
U “Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light Workouts (Interval Function)” on page 45
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is Reached (Goal Function)” on page 52
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function)” on page 56
U “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause Function)” on page 58
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Function)” on page 59
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Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise
Press C on the time screen.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement screen is displayed once positioning is complete. When your pulse (heart
rate) is detected, an alarm sounds, and the heart rate and heart rate zone are displayed.
You can set five heart rate zones (within the range of the minimum and maximum heart rate) to suit the exercise
intensity in User Settings.
U “User Settings” on page 96
The value in brackets () is the default setting.
Setting items
HR Zone
Value
Explanation
Zone1
(30 to 100 bpm)
Zone2
(101 to 130 bpm)
Zone3
(131 to 160 bpm)
Zone4
(161 to 190 bpm)
Zone5
(191 to 240 bpm)
Measuring pulse (heart rate)
You can measure pulse (heart rate) in the chronograph, interval, and goal functions. See the following pages for
information on each function.
U “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)” on page 40
U “Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light Workouts (Interval Function)” on page 45
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is Reached (Goal Function)” on page 52
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Displaying the measured pulse (heart rate) screen
The heart rate and heart rate zone are displayed by default. The following items can also be displayed. Change the
screen settings as necessary.
U “Screen” on page 100
List of measurement items displayed (items related to heart rate)
Display type
Display item
Explanation
1 Line
2 Lines/3 Lines
HR
HR
HR
Current heart rate
Average HR
Avg.HR
Av.HR
Average heart rate from the start of
measurements
Maximum HR
Max.HR
Max.HR
Maximum heart rate from the start of
measurements
Lap HR
LapHR
LapHR
Average heart rate for each lap
HR Zone Time
Spent.HR
Spent.HR
Time within heart rate zone for each lap
Time to HR Zone
Time.HR
Time.HR
Time until entering heart rate zone for each
lap
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Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph
Function)
What is the chronograph function?
This function allows you to measure split times and lap times simultaneously. Also, since this device is equipped with a
GPS function, you can automatically measure distance, speed, and route using the positional information and time
from the GPS signal.
This is useful for a variety of activities such as running or walking, and can be used for competition or standard
exercise.
Note:
Set the Activity Type (Run, Walk, or Bike) before you start measuring.
U “Measure settings” on page 91
Split Time
Measures the elapsed time from the start.
Press C to start measuring, and press C again to stop measuring.
Lap Time
Records the elapsed time for each lap.
To record a lap, press D while measuring.
Also, when using the AT Lap function, laps are recorded automatically when a time or distance set in advance has been
reached.
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function)” on page 56
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Measuring
* The screen display differs depending on the
settings.
Operation buttons
U “Screen pattern table” on page 101
D
Stop measuring.
Press C while measuring.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Press C on the time screen.
Press C to resume measuring.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
E
Reset the measurement results.
Hold down D while measuring is stopped.
When you reset the display, it returns to the
status before measuring started allowing you to
start the next measurement.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
page 30
B
Start measuring.
Press C.
Data measured up to that point is stored in the
device's memory, and you can check it by
pressing D on the time screen.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on
page 62
C
Record the lap.
Press D while measuring.
The Lap Hold Screen* is displayed for 5 seconds,
and then the measurement screen is displayed.
U “Lap Hold Screen” on page 44
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Note:
To stop measuring and return to the time screen
❏
After resetting the measurement results in step 5,
hold down A.
❏
While the screen in step 4 is displayed while
measurement is stopped, hold down C. The
measurement results are reset and the time screen is
displayed.
❏
If no operations are made for 60 minutes on a screen
other than the measuring screen, the time screen is
displayed.
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Screen display
Measurement screen
There are four measurement screens available. Press A to change the screen.
Note:
You can change the screen pattern and the measurement items displayed for each screen.
U “Screen” on page 100
Screen
Screen1
Screen Pattern (Default)
3 Lines
Measurement Item (Default)
HR
Lap Pace
Distance
Screen2
2 Lines
Split Time
Lap Time
Screen3
3 Lines
HR
Altitude
Time
Screen4
2 Lines
HR
Stride
The heart rate zone (indicated by
in the image above) is displayed when the HR is set to ON (default) in the
measurement setting.
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on page 38
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Lap Hold Screen
The Lap Hold Screen is displayed for 5 seconds when a lap is recorded.
Note:
You can change the screen pattern and the measurement items displayed.
U “Screen” on page 100
Screen
Display Lap
Screen
Screen Pattern (Default)
2 Lines
Measurement Item (Default)
Lap Time
Lap Pace
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Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light
Workouts (Interval Function)
What is the interval function?
This function allows you to perform sets of hard (sprint) and light (recovery) exercise.
You can set the time and distance, and create an exercise menu.
An alarm notifies you to change between sprint and recovery times.
Sprint: Hard exercise
Recovery: Light exercise
Repeat No.: Number of times to repeat one set of sprinting and recovering
Sprint
Recovery
Repeat No.
1
2
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C
Setting interval conditions and
measuring
Select Mode.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Note:
By using the PC application (Run Connect), you can setup
interval conditions from your computer.
When setting up from your computer, you can also
customise your sprint and recovery intervals.
U “Setting the Interval Function” on page 87
D
Operation buttons
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
E
Setting interval conditions
A
Select Interval.
Select an empty setting.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Display the measurement screen.
Press C on the time screen.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
When this is already set, select one of SETTING
01 to 03. Check the set content, and then press
A.
F
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
page 30
B
Select Edit.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
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G
K
Select whether to set distance or time
as the length of the sprint (hard
exercise).
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Set the Repeat No. (number of times
to repeat one set of sprinting and
recovering).
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
H
Set the time or distance.
L
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
Check the set content.
Use C/D to scroll the screen.
Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
After checking, press A.
I
Set the heart rate zone you want to
maintain while sprinting.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
An alarm sounds if you are outside the set heart
rate zone.
Note:
You can check or change the value set for the heart
rate in each heart rate zone in User Settings.
M
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
U “User Settings” on page 96
J
Select OK.
Set the recovery (light exercise).
Follow steps 7 to 9.
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The interval measurement screen is displayed.
When you finish, the time, distance, and calories
burnt are displayed.
Measuring
A
C
Start measuring.
Reset the measurement results.
Hold down D while measuring is stopped.
Press C.
When you reset the display, it returns to the
status before measuring started allowing you to
start the next measurement.
Sprint measuring starts.
When the sprint time (or sprint distance) has
passed, an alarm sounds and recovery measuring
starts automatically.
Data measured up to that point is stored in the
device's memory, and you can check it by
pressing D on the time screen.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on
page 62
Note:
To stop measuring and return to the time screen
When the repeat number is set to two or more,
the sprint and recovery set is repeated.
Note:
❏ If you press D while measuring, you can
change from sprint to recovery, and then back
to sprint again.
❏
B
To stop while exercising, press C. Press C to
resume measuring.
Finish measuring.
Measuring finishes automatically after repeating
the specified sprint and recovery sets.
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❏
After resetting the measurement results in step 3,
hold down A.
❏
While the screen in step 2 is displayed while
measurement is stopped, hold down C. The
measurement results are reset and the time screen is
displayed.
❏
If no operations are made for 60 minutes on a screen
other than the measuring screen, the time screen is
displayed.
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D
Loading interval conditions that
have already been set
Select Interval.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Operation buttons
E
Use C/D to select the registered setting, and then
press A.
Loading interval conditions
A
Select one of SETTING 01 to 03.
Display the measurement screen.
Press C on the time screen.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
F
Check the set content.
Use C/D to scroll the screen.
Press A.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
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B
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
C
Select Mode.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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G
Select OK.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
The interval measurement screen is displayed.
Measuring
See the following page for information on measuring.
U “Measuring” on page 48
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Screen display
There are five measurement screens available. Press A to change the screen.
Note:
You can change the screen pattern and the measurement items displayed for screens one to four.
U “Screen” on page 100
Screen
Screen Pattern (Default)
Measurement Item (Default)
Fixed interval
screen
Interval
Time or distance for Sprint/
Recovery
Screen1
3 Lines
HR
Lap Pace
Distance
Screen2
2 Lines
Split Time
Lap Time
Screen3
3 Lines
HR
Altitude
Time
Screen4
2 Lines
HR
Stride
The heart rate zone (indicated by
in the image above) is displayed when the HR is set to ON (default) in the
measurement setting.
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on page 38
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Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is
Reached (Goal Function)
What is the goal function?
This function allows you to measure until the time or distance set in advance is reached.
Time race
Allows you to set a time as your goal and measure the time to go until that goal is reached. You can exercise while
checking the elapsed time. You can also calculate the estimated distance you will cover during that time.
Distance race
Allows you to set a distance as your goal and measure the distance to go until that goal is reached. You can exercise
while checking the distance. You can also calculate the estimated total time to complete the set distance.
Note:
By default, Estimated Distance and Estimated Time are not displayed. Change the screen settings to display.
U “Screen” on page 100
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D
Measuring by setting the time or
distance
Select Goal.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Operation buttons
E
Select whether to set time or distance.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Set the time or distance.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Press C on the time screen.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
F
Set the time or distance.
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
page 30
B
Displays the Measure set. menu.
G
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
Select OK.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
C
Select Mode.
The goal measurement screen is displayed.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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When you reset the display, it returns to the
status before measuring started allowing you to
start the next measurement.
Measuring
A
Start measuring.
Press C.
B
Data measured up to that point is stored in the
device's memory, and you can check it by
pressing D on the time screen.
When the set time or distance is
reached, the "Finish" screen is
displayed.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on
page 62
The time, distance, and calories burnt are
displayed.
Note:
To stop measuring and return to the time screen
Note:
An alarm notifies you when you reach 50% and
90% of the set time or distance.
C
Stop measuring.
Press C while measuring.
D
Reset the measurement results.
Hold down D while measuring is stopped.
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After resetting the measurement results in step 4,
hold down A.
❏
While the screen in step 3 is displayed while
measurement is stopped, hold down C. The
measurement results are reset and the time screen is
displayed.
❏
If no operations are made for 60 minutes on a screen
other than the measuring screen, the time screen is
displayed.
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Screen display
There are five measurement screens available. Press A to change the screen.
Note:
You can change the screen pattern and the measurement items displayed for screens one to four.
U “Screen” on page 100
Screen
Screen Pattern (Default)
Measurement Item (Default)
Fixed goal screen
Goal
Time or distance for Goal
Screen1
3 Lines
HR
Lap Pace
Distance
Screen2
2 Lines
Split Time
Lap Time
Screen3
3 Lines
HR
Altitude
Time
Screen4
2 Lines
HR
Stride
The heart rate zone (indicated by
in the image above) is displayed when the HR is set to ON (default) in the
measurement setting.
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on page 38
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U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
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Recording Laps
Automatically (AT Lap
Function)
B
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
When a time or distance set in advance is reached, laps
are recorded automatically.
Set the lap time or distance. You can set five times or
distances. However, only one setting can be used while
measuring.
C
Select AT Lap.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Note:
By using the PC application (Run Connect), you can setup
AT Lap from your computer.
D
When setting up from your computer, you can set your
own time or distance to divide laps.
Select an empty setting.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
U “Setting the AT Lap Function” on page 82
Operation buttons
When this is already set, select one of SETTING
01 to 05.
E
A
Display the measurement screen.
Select whether to set distance or time
as the length of the lap.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Press C on the time screen.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
F
Set the time or distance.
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
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Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
G
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
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B
Automatically Start/Stop
Measuring (AT Pause
Function)
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
Measuring stops automatically when you stop running,
and resumes when you continue running.
C
Select AT Pause.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Operation buttons
D
Select ON.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Press C on the time screen.
E
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
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U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
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Setting a Pace and
Measuring (Target Pace
Function)
B
Displays the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
You can use this function to sound an alarm if you fall
behind the pace set as the target pace during measuring.
Set your target time for one kilometre/mile (target pace)
and the range at which the alarm sounds when you fall
behind that target pace.
C
Select Target Pace.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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Note:
By using the PC application (Run Connect), you can setup
the Target Pace from your computer.
D
When setting up from your computer, you can customise
your target pace.
Select an empty setting.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
U “Setting the Target Pace Function” on page 84
Operation buttons
When this is already set, select one of SETTING
01 to 03.
E
A
Set the target time for one kilometre/
mile.
Display the measurement screen.
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
Press C on the time screen.
Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
GPS positioning starts, and the measurement
screen is displayed once positioning is complete.
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F
Set the range for maintaining your
target pace.
Use C/D to set, and then press A.
Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.
An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace
range.
G
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
Note:
If you want to turn off the alarm that notifies you when
you are falling behind the set pace range, select OFF in
step 6.OFF is the bottom line for the Pace Range (under
0'05").
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Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function)
You can check measured data on the recall screen.
U “Checking Measurement Data” on page 62
U “Measurement data that can be checked in recall” on page 62
U “Delete unnecessary measurement data” on page 63
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D
Checking Measurement
Data
After checking, display the recall
screen.
Press A, and then select Back.
You can check measured data on the recall screen.
E
Operation buttons
Finish checking the history.
Hold down A.
Displays the time screen.
Measurement data that can be
checked in recall
The following measurement data can be checked.
A
Display the recall screen.
Press D on the time screen.
B
Select the data you want to check.
The recall screen displays item icons, the date
measured, and the distance.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Icon
C
Check the measurement data.
Run mode (measuring while running)
Use C/D to scroll the screen.
Walking mode (measuring while
walking)
Bike mode (measuring while riding a
bike)
Measurement Item
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Operation buttons
Measurement Item
-
Start Time/End Time
Distance
Split time
Average pace
A
Calories Burnt
Display the recall screen.
Press D on the time screen.
Average Stride
Average HR
Lap Steps
B
AT Lap
Select the data you want to delete.
The recall screen displays item icons, the date
measured, and the distance.
Manual Lap
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Sprint
Recovery
Total distance from the start of
measurements
Split Time
C
Lap time
Check and delete the measurement
data.
Press A.
Lap pace
Delete unnecessary
measurement data
You can delete unnecessary measurement data from the
history logs.
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D
Select Delete.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
E
Select Yes.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
F
After deleting, display the recall
screen.
Note:
To continue deleting history data, repeat steps 2 to
5.
G
Finish deleting history data.
Hold down A.
The time screen is displayed.
Important:
c Even
if you delete unnecessary measurement
data, the memory on the device is not cleared. If
the free space on the device is full, saved data is
removed in order starting with the oldest data. Be
aware that data will be deleted when the memory
is full. Initialize the device to clear the memory.
U “System Settings” on page 98
To clear all of the history, you need to Initialize the
device. When initialising, all setting information for
User Settings, Sys. Settings, and Measure set. is also
Initialized along with the history information.
U “System Settings” on page 98
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Data Management Using the Web Application
(RUNSENSE View)
This device allows you to manage measured data using a dedicated Web application (RUNSENSE View).
The Web application (RUNSENSE View) allows you to manage, review, and use your running route, distance, speed,
heart rate, calories burnt, and so on.
Note:
❏ You need to make an account the first time you use RUNSENSE View.
U “Creating an Account (When Using for the First Time)” on page 69
If you already have an account with RUNSENSE View, you can continue using it with this device.
❏
You can also manage the measurement data using a smartphone. See "Smartphone User's Guide" for details.
www.epson.eu/runsense
U “What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE View)?” on page 66
U “Installing Run Connect (Uploader Software)” on page 68
U “Creating an Account (When Using for the First Time)” on page 69
U “Checking Uploaded Measurement Data” on page 74
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What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE View)?
The web application (RUNSENSE View) sends measurement data through your computer allowing you to monitor,
analyse, compare and share your running route, distance, speed, heart rate, calories burnt, and so on.
You can also use this for data analysis as the sent data can be displayed in various formats, such as a map display for the
route, a graph showing speed/distance, and a total display (for months/entire periods).
By exporting in GPX format, you can also use the measurement data on other applications.
Dashboard
Manage records in calendar format. This allows you to
easily review past runs.
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Workout
Displays your data as a graph. This allows you to analyse
training from different angles.
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Installing Run Connect
(Uploader Software)
You need Run Connect to upload measurement data to
the Web application (RUNSENSE View).
Follow the steps below to install Run Connect.
A
Access the following website and
download Run Connect.
https://go-wellness2.epson.com/portal/
B
Run the downloaded file and follow
the on-screen instructions.
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Creating an Account (When Using for the First Time)
You need to create an account with the Web application (RUNSENSE View) when using it for the first time.
A
Connect the cradle to the computer on which Run Connect is installed with a USB
cable.
B
Place the device into the cradle.
Check that the contact points on the device are pointing up and match the contact marks on the cradle.
After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device until it is fixed in
place.
Important:
c Make
sure the device is placed in the correct direction; otherwise, the device or the cradle could be
damaged.
Start Run Connect.
Note:
If Run Connect does not start, disconnect the cable from the cradle, wait a few seconds, and then reconnect. Do not
remove the device from the cradle.
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C
Click Create Account.
D
Create an account.
Enter a Login ID (Email address), and Password, and then click Create Account.
To upload measurement data, go to step 3 in the following section.
U “Uploading Measurement Data” on page 71
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Uploading Measurement Data
You can upload measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE View).
A
Connect the cradle to the computer on which Run Connect is installed with a USB
cable.
B
Place the device into the cradle.
Check that the contact points on the device are pointing up and match the contact marks on the cradle.
After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device until it is fixed in
place.
Important:
c Make
sure the device is placed in the correct direction; otherwise, the device or the cradle could be
damaged.
Start Run Connect.
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C
Enter your Login ID and Password on the Run Connect screen, and then click
Upload.
Note:
If you select Select Upload and then click Upload, the data list selection screen is displayed, and you can select the
data you want to upload.
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Data is uploaded to the Web application (RUNSENSE View).
When the upload is complete, the Web application (RUNSENSE View) starts and the Home screen is displayed.
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Checking Uploaded Measurement Data
Access the Web application (RUNSENSE View) to check uploaded measurement data.
A
Start RUNSENSE View.
Use one of the following methods to start RUNSENSE View.
o Access the following website.
https://go-wellness.epson.com/runsense-view/
o Start from the Run Connect icon on your computer.
Right-click the Run Connect icon from the Windows desktop taskbar, and then select Start RUNSENSE
View.
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o Click Start RUNSENSE View on the Run Connect screen.
The Run Connect screen is displayed when you place the device in the cradle connected to the computer.
The Web application (RUNSENSE View) starts and the Home screen is displayed. Go to step 3.
Note:
The Start RUNSENSE View button is not available in the following circumstances.
B
❏
When the login ID and password have not been saved or entered.
❏
When the device has been removed from the cradle.
Enter the Login ID and Password, and then click Login.
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C
Click the data you want to check from the uploaded data.
Note:
For information on using the Web application (RUNSENSE View), see the RUNSENSE View Help.
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Setting Measurements Using the PC
Application (Run Connect)
U “What is the PC Application (Run Connect)” on page 78
U “Starting Run Connect and Displaying the Settings Screen” on page 80
U “Setting the AT Lap Function” on page 82
U “Setting the Target Pace Function” on page 84
U “Setting the Interval Function” on page 87
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What is the PC Application (Run Connect)
Using the PC application (Run Connect), you can upload measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE
View). You can also use this tool to set AT Laps, Target Paces, and Intervals from your PC.
Note:
See the following pages for information on how to install Run Connect.
U “Installing Run Connect (Uploader Software)” on page 68
Login screen
You can setup an account for accessing the Web
application (RUNSENSE View), upload measurement
data, and start RUNSENSE View.
U “Data Management Using the Web Application
(RUNSENSE View)” on page 65
Additionally, in Model Settings, you can set AT Lap,
Target Pace, and Interval from your PC.
Model Settings - AT Lap Settings Screen
When setting the AT Lap function, you can set your own
time or distance to divide laps.
Model Settings - Target Pace Settings Screen
When setting the Target Pace function, you can set your
own target pace.
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Model Settings - Interval Settings Screen
When making the Interval setting, you can also
customise your sprint and recovery intervals.
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Starting Run Connect and Displaying the Settings
Screen
A
Connect the cradle to the computer on which Run Connect is installed with a USB
cable.
B
Place the device into the cradle.
Check that the contact points on the device are pointing up and match the contact marks on the cradle.
After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device until it is fixed in
place.
Important:
c Make
sure the device is placed in the correct direction; otherwise, the device or the cradle could be
damaged.
Run Connect starts.
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C
Click Model Settings on the Run Connect screen.
The settings on the device are saved to Run Connect, and the Model Settings screen is displayed.
Note:
Click the Configure tab, and then select the unit of distance. However, the units set here are not reflected on the
device.
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D
Setting the AT Lap
Function
Enter or edit the Title.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, hyphens, or
underscores.
When setting the AT Lap function, you can set your own
time or distance to divide laps.
Setting AT lap
A
Display the Model Settings for Run
Connect.
U “Starting Run Connect and Displaying the
Settings Screen” on page 80
B
E
Click the AT Lap tab.
Click the Add button.
Next, we will explain how to register new data.
When editing registered settings, select the
setting you want to edit, and then click each
button.
C
When registering new data, select No
Data, and then click the Edit button.
When editing registered settings,
select the setting you want to edit, and
then click the Edit button.
Button
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Explanation
Add
Register new
settings.
Insert
Insert a new setting
before the
registered settings.
Edit
Edit registered
settings.
Delete
Delete registered
settings.
Move Down
Move the registered
setting down.
Move Up
Move the registered
setting up.
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I
Set the distance or time to divide the
lap, and then click OK.
Settings are written to the device.
J
G
Click Yes.
Click Close.
Measuring
When registering multiple entries or
editing them, click the button and
perform operations.
When you have finished choosing
your settings, click OK.
See the following pages to select the AT Lap settings, and
then measure.
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap
Function)” on page 56
U “Measuring” on page 41
Note:
When Standard is selected, your setting will be
repeated. Deselect Standard to customise your
settings.
H
Select the settings you want to write to
the device, and then click Write to
Wrist Device.
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Setting the Target Pace
Function
C
When registering new data, select No
Data, and then click the Edit button.
When editing registered settings,
select the setting you want to edit, and
then click the Edit button.
D
Enter or edit the Title.
When setting the Target Pace function, you can set your
own target pace.
Setting the target pace
A
Display the Model Settings for Run
Connect.
U “Starting Run Connect and Displaying the
Settings Screen” on page 80
B
Click the Target Pace tab.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, hyphens, or
underscores.
E
Click the Add button.
Next, we will explain how to register new data.
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When editing registered settings, select the
setting you want to edit, and then click each
button.
Button
Note:
Since about 1 km is set as the target time when
Standard is selected, you cannot register multiple
entries.
Explanation
Add
Register new
settings.
Insert
Insert a new setting
before the
registered settings.
Edit
Edit registered
settings.
Delete
Delete registered
settings.
Move Down
Move the registered
setting down.
Move Up
Move the registered
setting up.
F
Set the distance or time for the section,
set the target pace, and then click
OK.
G
When registering multiple entries or
editing them, click the button and
perform operations.
H
Set the range for maintaining your
Pace Range.
An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace
range.
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J
Select the settings you want to write to
the device, and then click Write to
Wrist Device.
K
Click Yes.
Settings are written to the device.
L
Click Close.
Measuring
See the following pages to select the Target Pace settings,
and then measure.
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace
Function)” on page 59
U “Measuring” on page 41
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D
Setting the Interval
Function
Enter or edit the Title.
Enter the title using letters, numbers, hyphens, or
underscores.
When making the Interval setting, you can also
customise your sprint and recovery intervals.
Setting intervals
A
Display the Model Settings for Run
Connect.
U “Starting Run Connect and Displaying the
Settings Screen” on page 80
B
E
Click the Interval tab.
Click the Add button.
Next, we will explain how to register new data.
C
When editing registered settings, select the
setting you want to edit, and then click each
button.
When registering new data, select No
Data, and then click the Edit button.
When editing registered settings,
select the setting you want to edit, and
then click the Edit button.
Button
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Explanation
Add
Register new
settings.
Insert
Insert a new setting
before the
registered settings.
Edit
Edit registered
settings.
Delete
Delete registered
settings.
Move Down
Move the registered
setting down.
Move Up
Move the registered
setting up.
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F
Set the Distance, Time, and HR Zone
for the Sprint Section (hard)/
Recovery Section (light).
Also, click No. of Repetitions, and
then click OK.
H
Select the settings you want to write to
the device, and then click Write to
Wrist Device.
G
When registering multiple entries or
editing them, click the button and
perform operations.
When you have finished making
settings, click OK.
I
Click Yes.
Settings are written to the device.
J
Click Close.
Measuring
See the following pages to select the Interval settings,
and then measure.
U “Loading interval conditions that have already been
set” on page 49
U “Measuring” on page 41
Note:
Since settings are repeated in unity when
Standard is selected, you cannot register multiple
entries.
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Settings
You can change a variety of settings on the SF-810. Choose settings to suit your purpose.
U “How to Change the Settings” on page 90
U “Measure settings” on page 91
U “Settings” on page 95
U “Screen” on page 100
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U “Indoor mode” on page 31
Measure settings
Allows you to change the measurement settings.
Changing the Measure settings
B
c ❏Important:
When performing GPS positioning, make
Display the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
sure the screen is facing up and you are
outside with no obstructions overhead.
U “Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning)” on
page 30
❏ It usually takes less than two minutes to
complete GPS positioning.
If it takes more than two minutes and Failed
is displayed, we recommend selecting
Cancel, moving to a different location, and
trying again.
C
Select a setting item.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Operation buttons
D
A
Select a setting value.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Display the measurement screen.
Use one of the following methods to display.
❏ When performing GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen.
❏ When skipping GPS positioning:
Depending on the selections, you may need to
choose further settings. Follow the on-screen
instructions.
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Skip on the GPS positioning screen.
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on
page 31
Note:
When setting a number, hold down C/D to speed
through the numbers.
❏ When not performing GPS positioning
(Indoor mode):
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Indoor on the GPS positioning screen.
E
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
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The measurement screen is displayed.
Note:
On the screen displayed after resetting measurements, if
you hold down A, the time screen is displayed.
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Measure set. table
Setting items
Activity Type
Mode
Value
Explanation
Run (default)
Set when running or jogging.
Walk
Set when walking (exercising at a slow pace).
Bike
Set when performing exercises that do not require you to
swing your arms, such as riding a bike.
Chronograph (default)
Set the mode to suit the measurements you want to
make.
Interval
Goal
Chronograph mode allows you to measure split times
and lap times (section measurement) simultaneously.
U “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed
(Chronograph Function)” on page 40
Interval mode allows you to switch the sets of hard
(sprint) or light (recovery) exercises, and repeat using the
specific distance or time set in advance.
U “Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light
Workouts (Interval Function)” on page 45
Goal mode measures until the time or distance set in
advance is reached.
U “Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is
Reached (Goal Function)” on page 52
AT Lap
SETTING 01 to 05
OFF (default)
When a time or distance set in advance is reached, this
function records laps automatically.
Set the lap time or distance.
You can set five times or distances within the following
range.
Time: 01'00" to 60'00" (in increments of 1 minute)
Distance: 0.1 to 10.0 km (in increments of 0.1 km)
U “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function)”
on page 56
AT Pause
ON
OFF (default)
This function automatically stops measuring when you
stop running, and resumes when you continue running.
U “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause
Function)” on page 58
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Setting items
Target Pace
Value
SETTING 01 to 03
OFF (default)
Explanation
Set the target time and pace range for one kilometre/
mile. An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace
range.
You can set three target paces within the following
range.
Target Pace: 1'00" to 15'00"/km or miles (in increments of
1 second)
Pace Range: 00'05" to 03'00"/km or miles (in increments
of 1 second)
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace
Function)” on page 59
HR
ON (default)
OFF
Alarm
You can measure pulse (heart rate) with the built-in
sensor.
U “Measuring Pulse (Heart Rate) during Exercise” on
page 38
Tones
Set the alarm type and time (1 to 10 minutes).
Vib. (vibration)
You can also set this from Sys. Settings.
Tones & Vib. (vibration)
(default)
OFF
Tap
Lap
(Only for the
measurement screen)
Light
Screen Chg.
OFF (default)
You can perform one of the operations set here by
tapping the screen until the alarm sounds while
measuring.
When Bike is selected as the Activity Type, the tap
function may operate automatically depending on the
condition of the road surface. If this occurs, we
recommend to change the setting to OFF.
U “Tap” on page 21
GPS
-
Displays the number of GPS satellites being accessed.
Screen
Screen1
You can display up to four measurement screens. You
can change the screen pattern and the measurement
items displayed for each screen.
Screen2
Screen3
You can also change the Display Lap Screen, but this is
not displayed for the interval function.
Screen4
U “Screen” on page 100
Display Lap Screen
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D
Settings
Select a setting value.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Allows you to change the settings for the device.
Changing the Settings
Operation buttons
Depending on the selections, you may need to
choose further settings. Follow the on-screen
instructions.
Note:
When setting a number, hold down C/D to speed
through the numbers.
A
Displays the Settings menu.
E
Hold down B on the time screen.
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
Displays the time screen.
B
Select a setting item.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
C
Select a setting item.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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Settings table
Smart Phone
Set to connect the smartphone to this device and communicate.
Setting items
Value
Connect
-
Forget Device
-
Explanation
Register a smartphone to this device.
See the "Smartphone User's Guide" for more details.
User Settings
Set the user information.
The Height, Weight, DOB, and Gender information is used to calculate the calories burnt.
The value in brackets () is the default setting.
Setting items
Value
Explanation
Height
(170 cm)
Set the height.
Weight
(60 kg)
Set the weight.
DOB
(01.01.1975)
Set your date of birth.
Gender
Male (default)
Set your gender.
Female
HR Zone
Zone1
Set the maximum and minimum heart rate.
(30 to 100 bpm)
You can set five zones to suit the exercise intensity.
Zone2
For Auto HR Zone, the heart rate is automatically set
based on the date of birth you have set.
(101 to 130 bpm)
Zone3
(131 to 160 bpm)
Zone4
(161 to 190 bpm)
Zone5
(191 to 240 bpm)
Auto HR Zone
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Setting items
HR Settings
Value
Explanation
Setting1
Most users (99%+) should use Setting1.
Setting2
Please select Setting2 if you have a very low heart rate,
for example if you are a professional endurance athlete.
In very rare cases you may get a higher heart rate reading
than you would expect while running at a low cadence.
Setting2 corrects that issue.
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System Settings
Make settings for the device's system.
The value in brackets () is the default setting.
Setting items
Language
Value
English (default)
Explanation
Set the display language.
Deutsch
Units
km (default)
Set the display units for distance.
mile
Clock
12 Hour (default)
Set the format for the display time.
24 Hour
DST
ON
Set Daylight Saving Time.
OFF (default)
Time Adjust
-
The device receives a signal from the GPS and
automatically sets the time.
Signals from the GPS cannot be received while indoors.
Make sure the screen is facing up and you are outside
with no obstructions overhead.
If GPS positioning has not completed after two minutes,
we recommend selecting Cancel, moving to a different
location, and trying again.
Time Zone
Auto (default)
Sets the time zone for your location.
Manual
When Auto is selected, perform Time Adjust to set the
time zone automatically.
When Manual is selected, you can set the time zone
within a range of -12:00 to +14:00.
Date Format
Day. Month
Set the display format for the date.
Month. Day (default)
Invert Disp.
ON
Set the display format for the screen.
OFF (default)
When ON is selected, white text is displayed over a black
background.
When OFF is selected, black text is displayed over a white
background.
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Setting items
Value
Explanation
Contrast
(4)
Set the contrast for the screen.
Auto Sleep
ON (default)
When you leave the device for a while, this function
automatically puts the device into sleep status.
OFF
AT Light
Alarm
ON
Entering sleep status reduces the amount of power
consumption.
OFF (default)
When the screen changes, this function automatically
turns on the light. When a specified time has passed, the
light automatically turns off.
Tones
Set the alarm type and time (1 to 10 minutes).
Vib. (vibration)
You can also set this from Measure set.
Tones & Vib. (vibration)
(default)
OFF
Key Tones
ON (default)
Turn on or off the operation tones.
OFF
Initialize
-
Initializes all setting information (Comm. Settings, User
Settings, Sys. Settings and Measure set.) and pulse/
stride sensor information in the device's memory.
Measurement history data is also deleted.
Software Version
-
Displays the firmware version information.
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Screen
You can display up to four measurement screens. You can change the screen pattern (by displaying one line to three
lines of data) and the measurement items displayed for each screen.
You can also change the display for the lap hold screen.
Note:
See the following pages for the default screen settings.
U “Screen display” on page 43
Screen settings
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Screen pattern table
Measurement screen
Screen Pattern
Screen
Explanation
1 Line
Displays one measurement item on the screen.
2 Lines
Displays two measurement items on the screen by
dividing the screen into two sections.
3 Lines
Displays three measurement items on the screen
by dividing the screen into three sections.
Latitude/Longitude can only be displayed on Line
2.
Pace&Graph
A
B
C
D
This shows whether or not you have achieved the
pace. When the pace range is off, only the current
pace is displayed.
A: A bar graph displaying the average pace for
each lap with the latest at the far right. The bar
graph is displayed in black when the pace is within
the minimum and maximum range, and in white
when it is outside the range.
B: Maximum set pace (Example: 5 mins. 20 secs/
km).
C: Current pace (Example: 5 mins. 23 sec./km).
D: Minimum set pace (Example: 5 mins. 30 secs/
km).
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Screen
Explanation
HR&Graph
A
B
C
D
This shows whether or not you are within the
limits of the set heart rate zone. When the HR Zone
is off, only the current heart rate is displayed.
A: A bar graph displaying average heart rate for
the intervals you have set (Example: Displays the
average heart rate for every 10 seconds with the
latest at the far right). The bar graph is displayed in
black when the pace is within the minimum and
maximum range, and in white when it is outside
the range.
B: Maximum set heart rate (Example: 170 bpm).
C: Current heart rate (Example: 163 bpm).
B: Minimum set heart rate (Example: 155 bpm).
Lap
Displays information on the lap acquired from the
lap function.
Target Pace
Displays the current pace at the top and the Target
Pace at the bottom.
OFF
-
The measurement screen is not displayed.
Display Lap Screen
Screen Pattern
Screen
Explanation
1 Line
Displays one measurement item on the screen.
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Screen Pattern
Screen
Explanation
2 Lines
Displays two measurement items on the screen by
dividing the screen into two sections.
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Measurement display abbreviations
Measurement screen
Display name
Display item
Explanation
1 Line
2 Lines/3 Lines
Distance
Distance
Dist.
Total distance from the start of
measurements
Lap Distance
LapDistance
LapDist.
Distance for each lap
Pace
Pace
Pace
Current pace (time taken for one
kilometre/mile)
Average Pace
Avg.Pace
Av.Pace
Average pace from the start of
measurements
Lap Pace
LapPace
LapPace
Average pace for each lap
Speed
Speed
Speed
Current speed
Average Speed
Avg.Speed
Av.Spd
Average speed from the start of
measurements
Lap Speed
LapSpeed
LapSpd
Average speed for each lap
Split Time
SplitTime
Split
Total time from the start of
measurements
Lap Time
LapTime
Lap
Time for each lap
Time
Time
Time
Current time
Calories Burnt
Calories
Calories
Current calories burnt through
exercise
Altitude*1
Altitude
Alt.
Current altitude
Guide Time*2
GuideTime
Guide
Progress time towards target pace
(reaching target or falling behind)
Guide Distance*2
GuideDist.
GuideDist.
Progress distance towards target
pace (reaching target or falling
behind)
Stride
Stride
Stride
Current Stride
Average Stride
Avg.Stride
Av.Stride
Average stride from the start of
measurements
Lap Stride
LapStride
LapStride
Average stride for each lap
Pitch
Pitch
Pitch
Current Pitch (number of strides in
one minute)
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Display name
Display item
Explanation
1 Line
2 Lines/3 Lines
Average Pitch
Avg.Pitch
Av.Pitch
Average pitch from the start of
measurements
Lap Pitch
LapPitch
LapPitch
Average pitch for each lap
HR
HR
HR
Current heart rate
Average HR
Avg.HR
Av.HR
Average heart rate from the start of
measurements
Maximum HR
Max.HR
Max.HR
Maximum heart rate from the start of
measurements
Lap HR
LapHR
LapHR
Average heart rate for each lap
Steps
Steps
Steps
Number of steps from the start of
measurements
Lap Steps
LapSteps
LapStp
Number of steps for each lap
HR Zone Time
Spent.HR
Spent.HR
Time within heart rate zone for each
lap set by the Interval function
Time to HR Zone
Time.HR
Time.HR
Time to reach the heart rate zone for
each lap set by the Interval function
Total Ascent*1
TotalAscent
Tot.Asc.
Total ascent from the start of
measurements
Total Descent*1
TotalDesent
Tot.Des.
Total descent from the start of
measurements
Grade*1
Grade
Grade
Current Grade
Latitude/Longitude*3
LAT/LONG
LAT/LONG
Current Latitude/Longitude
Estimated Time*4
Est.Time
Est.
Estimated time of arrival at the
target distance set in the goal
function
Estimated Distance*4
Est.Dist.
Est.Dist.
Estimated distance reached at the
target time set in the goal function
*1
Altitude, Total Ascent, Total Descent, and Grade are calculated using the GPS signal. These functions may
contain larger errors when compared to the accuracy of position and distance depending on the GPS
environment.
*2
Set the Target Pace in the Measure set. menu.
U “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Function)” on page 59
*3
When Line 3 is set on the Screen, Latitude/Longitude can only be selected for Line 2.
*4
Use when Mode is set to Goal from the Measure set. menu.
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Display Lap Screen
Display name
Display item
Explanation
1 Line
2 Lines/3 Lines
Split Time
SplitTime
Split
Total time from the start of measurements
Lap Distance
LapDistance
LapDist.
Distance for each lap
Lap Time
LapTime
Lap
Time for each lap
Lap Pace
LapPace
LapPace
Average pace for each lap
Lap HR
LapHR
LapHR
Average heart rate for each lap
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B
Changing the measurement
screen
Display the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
The setting method varies depending on the screen
pattern. See the explanations for each screen pattern.
U “Setting 1 Line/2 Lines/3 Lines” on page 107
U “Setting Pace&Graph/HR&Graph” on page 108
U “Setting Lap/Target Pace/OFF” on page 109
C
Setting 1 Line/2 Lines/3 Lines
Select Screen.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Here we will explain how to display Calories Burnt in
Screen4 using 1 Line.
Operation buttons
D
Select Screen4.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Use one of the following methods to display.
❏ When performing GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen.
E
❏ When skipping GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Skip on the GPS positioning screen.
Select 1 Line.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on
page 31
❏ When not performing GPS positioning
(Indoor mode):
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Indoor on the GPS positioning screen.
Screen Image is displayed. HR is displayed by
default.
U “Indoor mode” on page 31
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The measurement screen is displayed.
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
Press A on the measurement screen to change the
screen, and then check if Screen4 has been
changed.
F
Note:
Hold down A on the measurement screen to display the
time screen.
Select Line 1.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Setting Pace&Graph/HR&Graph
Here we will explain how to display Pace&Graph in
Screen4.
Operation buttons
G
Select Calories Burnt.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Use one of the following methods to display.
❏ When performing GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen.
Screen Image is displayed.
❏ When skipping GPS positioning:
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Skip on the GPS positioning screen.
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on
page 31
❏ When not performing GPS positioning
(Indoor mode):
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Indoor on the GPS positioning screen.
Note:
❏ When you want to set 2 Lines or 3 Lines,
repeat steps 6 and 7.
❏
H
U “Indoor mode” on page 31
When 3 Lines is set, Latitude/Longitude can
only be selected for Line 2.
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
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B
F
Display the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
Select the interval at which to display
the screen.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
C
Select Screen.
G
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
Press A on the measurement screen to change the
screen, and then check if Screen4 has been
changed.
D
Select Screen4.
Note:
Hold down A on the measurement screen to display the
time screen.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Setting Lap/Target Pace/OFF
Here we will explain how to set Lap in Screen4.
E
Select Pace&Graph.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
A
Display the measurement screen.
Use one of the following methods to display.
❏ When performing GPS positioning:
Screen Image is displayed.
Press C on the time screen.
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
❏ When skipping GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Skip on the GPS positioning screen.
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on
page 31
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E
❏ When not performing GPS positioning
(Indoor mode):
Select Lap.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Indoor on the GPS positioning screen.
U “Indoor mode” on page 31
Screen Image is displayed.
B
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
Display the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
C
F
Select Screen.
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Press A on the measurement screen to change the
screen, and then check if Screen4 has been
changed.
D
Note:
Hold down A on the measurement screen to display the
time screen.
Select Screen4.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Changing the Lap screen
The Lap screen is displayed when recording laps. Here
we will explain how to display Lap Pace in 1 Line for
demonstration purposes.
Operation buttons
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A
D
Display the measurement screen.
Use one of the following methods to display.
Select Display Lap Screen.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
❏ When performing GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen.
❏ When skipping GPS positioning:
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Skip on the GPS positioning screen.
E
U “Skipping GPS positioning” on
page 31
❏ When not performing GPS positioning
(Indoor mode):
Select 1 Line.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Press C on the time screen, and then select
Indoor on the GPS positioning screen.
U “Indoor mode” on page 31
Screen Image is displayed. Lap Time is displayed
by default.
B
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
Display the Measure set. menu.
Hold down B on the measurement screen.
F
C
Select Line 1.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Select Screen.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
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G
Select Lap Pace.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
Screen Image is displayed.
After checking, press A and go to the following
step.
Note:
When you have set this to 2 Lines, repeat steps 6
and 7.
H
Complete the settings.
Hold down A.
The measurement screen is displayed.
Note:
Hold down A on the measurement screen to display the
time screen.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
This section explains how to maintain this device, replace the battery, and update the firmware.
U “Looking after your device” on page 114
U “Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports Monitor” on page 115
U “Updating the Firmware” on page 116
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Looking after your device
c ❏Important:
If the device is placed in the cradle when it is covered in water, sweat, or dirt, the contact points could corrode,
malfunction, or cause a communication failure.
❏ Do not perform button operations when it is wet; otherwise, a malfunction could occur.
After using the device, wash the contact points and sensor lightly with tap water, wipe away most of the water with a
towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally.
If charging or communication becomes unstable, clean the contact points on the device and the cradle with a damp
cotton bud.
Do not clean using organic solvents such as benzine, thinner, alcohol, or detergent. This could cause the product to
degrade.
About the strap
If the strap gets soiled, wash it with water and wipe thoroughly with a dry cloth. This strap is made from polyurethane
and after years of use the colour may fade or it may lose its elasticity.
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Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports Monitor
About the device's built-in rechargeable battery
You cannot replace the built-in rechargeable battery yourself.
If the battery does not retain its charge for as long as it used to due to prolonged use, it may have reached the end of
battery life. In this situation, contact our service centre.
The average service life for the battery is five years, although this may change depending on the operating conditions.
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B
Updating the Firmware
Select Sys. Settings.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
You may be able to resolve problems that occur by
updating the firmware.
We recommend downloading and using the latest
version.
Important:
c When
updating the firmware, the history may be
C
deleted and settings may be Initialized. For more
details on updating, see the following Epson
website.
www.epson.eu/runsense
Before updating the firmware, we recommend
uploading your measurement data to
RUNSENSE View.
Select Software Version.
Use C/D to select, and then press A.
U “Creating an Account (When Using for the
First Time)” on page 69
Checking the firmware version
D
Check the version.
E
Complete the settings.
Operation buttons
Hold down A.
A
Display the Settings menu.
The time screen is displayed.
Hold down B on the time screen.
Updating the firmware
Download the firmware for "RUNSENSE View" from
the following Epson website and update the firmware.
www.epson.eu/runsense
Note:
See the download page on the Epson website for details on
how to update the firmware.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section explains how to solve problems that occur during use.
U “Caution” on page 118
U “Problem Solving” on page 118
U “Resetting the System” on page 121
U “Contacting us About this Product” on page 122
U “After-sales Service” on page 123
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Caution
❏ If charging or data transfer becomes unstable, clean the contact points and sensor on the device and the cradle with
a damp cotton bud.
❏ If device operations become unstable or if functions do not operate correctly, perform a system reset (hold down
all four buttons at the same time).
Problem Solving
Check each item.
Problem
Basic actions
Solution
The screen is not displayed.
You cannot start using the device immediately
after purchase until the device is charged. Charge
the device first. Also, nothing is displayed if the
battery runs out. Make sure you charge the battery
before use.
U “Charging” on page 23
The device does not react
even after performing an
operation.
Is the battery running low? Charge the battery.
U “About the battery” on page 29
If the device does not operate after charging, try
resetting the system.
U “Resetting the System” on page 121
The screen turns off or turns
blue during use
Perform a system reset.
The clock turns off.
When you leave the device for a while, it enters
sleep status and the time display turns off. This is
not a malfunction as the display is restored the
next time a button is pressed or you move the
device. If the display is not restored, the battery is
running low. Charge the device.
U “Resetting the System” on page 121
U “Charging” on page 23
Also, if Auto Sleep is set to off, the clock does not
turn off.
U “System Settings” on page 98
The time is not set correctly.
Set "Time Adjust" from Sys. Settings.
U “System Settings” on page 98
If the hour is different, check the time zone and
daylight-saving time.
U “System Settings” on page 98
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Problem
Basic actions
Solution
Measurement stops while
exercising.
When exercising slowly, such as when walking, we
recommend turning off the AT Pause function.
U “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT
Pause Function)” on page 58
The pulse (heart rate) cannot
be measured.
❏ Check if you are wearing the product
correctly.
U “Wearing the device” on page 14
❏ The accuracy of the heart rate sensor is
affected by cold body temperature or
ambient temperature. Protect the device by
wearing it under a sleeve in cold or windy
conditions. A warning will trigger if the device
temperature will drop too low.
Chronograph actions
The device cannot receive a
GPS signal.
Go to a location outside with no obstructions
overhead. Signals from the GPS cannot be
received while indoors. Also, if there are any
obstacles partially blocking the sky, such as tall
buildings and mountain sides, reception may be
interrupted causing a lack of precision in distance
measurements.
Signals from the GPS are hard
to receive or are interrupted.
Even when a signal is being received, it may be
interrupted depending on the running
environment.
Wear the device on the outside of your arm.
Charging
The device does not charge
even when it is placed in the
cradle.
Check the connection for the cradle.
Charging stops frequently.
U “Looking after your device” on page 114
Clean the contact points on the device and the
cradle.
A malfunction may have occurred if you cannot
charge the device even after checking the points
above. Stop charging the device immediately, and
contact our service centre.
The device and the cradle
become hot while charging.
There may be a malfunction. Stop using the device
immediately, and contact our service centre.
Waterproofing
performance
Can I use the device when
swimming?
This device is water resistant at 5 barometric
pressures and can be used when swimming. Do
not perform button operations in the water. GPS
signals cannot be received and the pulse (heart
rate) cannot be measured under water.
Accessories
Acquiring optional products.
The AC adapter is available as an option. Contact
your local reseller for more information.
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Problem
Communication
Solution
The device is not recognised
correctly when it is connected
to a computer.
Check the connection for the computer and the
cradle. Clean the contact points on the device and
the cradle.
U “Looking after your device” on page 114
Perform a system reset.
U “Resetting the System” on page 121
Web application
When communicating with a
computer, an error screen is
displayed and
communication stops.
Do not move the device and the cradle during
communication. Avoid communicating data
under environments where static electricity can
be easily generated. If the same error occurs,
reconnect the cradle to start the communication
again.
If you cannot solve the problem even after trying the points above, contact our service centre.
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Resetting the System
If operations are unstable, try resetting the system.
Hold down all of the buttons (A/B/C/D) at the same time.
The screen is reset and the device restarts.
Initialize the device after restarting.
U “Initial Settings” on page 27
Important:
c Measurement
data is not recorded if a system reset is performed while measuring.
Note:
❏ Setting data and measurement data remain as they were before the reset was performed.
❏
The following shows the differences between a system reset and initialisation. The time needs to be set again for both
operations.
System reset: The User Settings, Sys. Settings, Measure set., history, pulse, stride, and smartphone registration
information all remain as they were before the reset was performed.
Initialize: The User Settings, Sys. Settings, Measure set., history, pulse, stride, and smartphone registration
information are all Initialized.
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Contacting us About this Product
Go to www.epson.eu/runsense for service contact details.
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Address: Atlas Arena, Asia Building, Hoogoorddreef 5, 1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost, The Netherlands
http://www.epson.com/europe.html
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After-sales Service
❏ For repair and maintenance of this product, contact your local reseller or our repair center.
❏ If the battery does not retain its charge for as long as it used to due to prolonged use, it may have reached the end of
battery life. In this situation, contact your local reseller or our repair center to replace the battery for a fee.
❏ Spare parts for repairing this product will be available for six years after the device has stopped being
manufactured.
❏ In the event of product failure, we do not guarantee that data recorded on the device can be recovered.
❏ A sticker displaying the serial number for this product is attached to the guarantee. If there is no sticker, the
guarantee is void.
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Appendix
Appendix
U “Understanding the Icons” on page 125
U “Product Specifications” on page 127
U “Glossary” on page 129
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Understanding the Icons
Icon
Name
Run mode (measuring while running)
Walking mode (measuring while walking)
Bike mode (measuring while riding a bike)
The signal is being received from the GPS (GPS On)
GPS positioning
Measuring pulse (heart rate)
Average pace
Lap
Distance
Calories Burnt
Split Time
Average Stride
Average HR
AT Lap
Manual Lap
Sprint
Recovery
Data that can be edited on the device
Current setting
Setup from the currently selected external device
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Name
Setup from the external device
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Product Specifications
Device specifications
Size (thickness)
14.15 mm
Weight
52g
Water resistance
Operating
time
5 atm
GPS On/Pulse (Heart rate) On
20 hours
Time displayed (when Auto Sleep is On)
16 days*1
Operating temperature
-5 to 50°C
Possible memory time (total distance time)
Approx. 70 hours*2
Maximum number of laps (one split)
400
Pitch/stride measurement
Indoor mode
Display range
Distance/Lap Distance/Estimated
Distance
0.000 to 999.99 km/0.000 to 999.99 mi
Pace/Lap pace/Average pace
0'00'' to 30'00''/km/0'00'' to 45'00''/mi
Speed/Lap Speed/Average Speed
0.0 to 999.9 km/h/0.0 to 999.9 mi/h
Split/Lap time
00'00'' to 99:59'59''
Pitch/Lap Pitch/Average Pitch
0 to 255 spm
Stride/Lap Stride/Average Stride
0 to 255 cm/0 to 100 inch
Steps/Lap Steps
0 to 999999
Calories Burnt
0 to 9999 kcal
Grade
-99 to 99%
Altitude
Display range
-500 to 9,999m/-1500 to 914,369.52cm
Total Ascent
0 to 99999 m/0 to 99999 ft
Total Descent
0 to 99999 m/0 to 99999 ft
HR/Lap HR/Average HR/Maximum HR
Guide time
30 to 240 bpm
0:00'00'' to ±9:59'59''
Guide Distance
00.00 to ±99.99 km/00.00 to ±99.99 ml
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*1
10 hours/day in sleep mode
*2
After 70 hours, data is overwritten in chronological order.
Cradle specifications
Operating temperature range
5 to 35°C
AC adapter specifications (optional)
You can purchase the following optional extras. Contact your local reseller for more information.
Model No.:
SFAC02 Europe excluding UK / SFAC03 UK
Input
AC 100V-240V 50/60 Hz
Output
DC 5V/1.0A
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Glossary
Term
Definition
AT Lap
This automatically records laps when you have run for a fixed amount of
time or a fixed distance.
AT Light
This automatically turns on the light during lap measuring, alarm
notification, and during the interval function.
AT Pause
Automatically stops measuring when you stop exercising, and resumes
when you continue.
bpm
bpm stands for beat per minute. This shows the total pulse (heart rate) per
minute.
Calculating calories burnt
Total calories burnt from the start of the exercise.
Chronograph
This function allows you to measure split times and lap times (section
measurement) simultaneously.
Distance
Distance from the measurement start point to the current time.
GPS function
A system that receives signals in a GPS receiver from satellites orbiting the
earth and calculates your current position. This function allows you to
accurately understand positional and time information.
Guide distance
This calculates if you are reaching or falling behind the target pace
distance.
Guide time
This calculates if you are reaching or falling behind the target pace time.
HR Zone Time
The time you have remained within the heart rate zone.
Interval
A training mode that allows you to perform sets of hard (sprint) and light
(recovery) exercise over a specified time or distance, and repeat the set.
Lap pace
Your pace for the current lap.
Lap Pitch
Your average pitch per lap.
Lap Speed
Your average speed per lap.
Lap Stride
Your average stride per lap.
Lap time
Your time for the lap.
Pace
Your current pace acquired from GPS information.
Pitch
The number of steps taken in one minute while measuring.
Pulse Sensor
This detects your pulse (heart rate) accurately simply by wearing the
device on your wrist.
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Term
Definition
Run Connect
Application for computers for use with the Wristable GPS. This uploads
measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE View), and you can
set AT Lap, Target Pace, and Interval from your computer.
RUNSENSE View
RUNSENSE dedicated Web application. This allows you to manage your
course, analyse your pace, check calories burnt, and check your condition.
Split time
The total time from starting to stopping the measurements.
Stride
The stride calculated from your running data.
Stride sensor
This uses the GPS function to accumulate data on your stride and
acceleration allowing the device to estimate the distance travelled even
when you enter locations that cannot receive GPS signals, such as in a
tunnel.
Time to HR Zone
The time until you arrive at the heart rate zone.
Total Ascent
The total value of the height ascended from the measurement start point.
Total Descent
The total value of the height descended from the measurement start
point.
Water resistant at 5 barometric
pressures
The device is water resistant at up to 5 barometric pressures.
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Lap Time.................................................................35, 40 , 104 , 106
Latitude/Longitude.................................................................36, 105
A
AC adapter.......................................................................................13
Altitude....................................................................................35, 104
AT Lap........................................................................................56, 82
AT Pause..........................................................................................58
Average HR......................................................................36, 39 , 105
Average Pace...........................................................................35, 104
Average Pitch..........................................................................36, 105
Average Speed.........................................................................35, 104
Average Stride.........................................................................36, 104
M
Maximum HR..................................................................36, 39 , 105
Measurement items........................................................................36
P
C
Pace...........................................................................................35, 104
Pitch..........................................................................................36, 104
Pulse sensor.....................................................................................34
Calories Burnt.........................................................................35, 104
Chronograph...................................................................................40
Cradle...............................................................................................13
R
Recovery...........................................................................................45
Repeat no.........................................................................................45
Run Connect.............................................................................68, 78
RUNSENSE View...........................................................................71
D
Distance...................................................................................35, 104
S
E
Speed........................................................................................35, 104
Split Time................................................................35, 40 , 104 , 106
Sprint................................................................................................45
Steps..........................................................................................36, 105
Stride........................................................................................36, 104
Stride sensor....................................................................................34
System reset...................................................................................121
Estimated Distance.................................................................36, 105
Estimated Time.......................................................................36, 105
G
GPS positioning..............................................................................30
Grade........................................................................................36, 105
Guide Distance........................................................................35, 104
Guide Time..............................................................................35, 104
T
Target Pace................................................................................59, 84
Time.........................................................................................35, 104
Time to HR Zone............................................................36, 39 , 105
Total Ascent............................................................................36, 105
Total Descent..........................................................................36, 105
H
HR......................................................................................36, 39 , 105
HR Zone Time.................................................................36, 39 , 105
I
Icons...............................................................................................125
Interval.......................................................................................45, 87
L
Lap Distance...................................................................35, 104 , 106
Lap HR.....................................................................36, 39 , 105 , 106
Lap Pace..........................................................................35, 104 , 106
Lap Pitch..................................................................................36, 105
Lap Speed.................................................................................35, 104
Lap Steps..................................................................................36, 105
Lap Stride.................................................................................36, 104
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