Timex Ironman Global Trainer GPS Quick Start Guide

Timex Ironman Global Trainer GPS Quick Start Guide
SOFTWARE VERSION 2.80
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings.................................................. 2
Introduction.......................................................................................................... 3
Feature Overview................................................................................................... 3
Operational Buttons and Icons ............................................................................. 4
Charge Your Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System Watch.......................................... 7
Turn the Global Trainer™ Watch On and Off........................................................... 8
Initial System Setup............................................................................................ 8
Time of Day............................................................................................................ 8
Language and Personal Information...................................................................... 9
Digital 2.4 Heart Rate Sensor (Optional)................................................................ 9
Heart Rate Training............................................................................................... 10
Configure Heart Rate Alerts................................................................................. 11
PERFORMANCE Mode ...................................................................................... 13
Customizing Workout Screens............................................................................. 13
Start a Workout.................................................................................................... 14
Take a Lap or Split................................................................................................ 16
Change Views During a Workout......................................................................... 17
Stop a Workout..................................................................................................... 17
Timers and Performance Pacer........................................................................... 18
MULTISPORT Mode............................................................................................. 18
REVIEW Mode..................................................................................................... 19
CONFIGURE Mode.............................................................................................. 19
PC SYNC Mode................................................................................................... 20
INDIGLO® Night-Light......................................................................................... 21
Water Resistance............................................................................................... 21
Heart Rate Sensor Strap Maintenance........................................................... 21
Warranty & Service............................................................................................ 23
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings
1.To prevent risk of fire, chemical burn, electrolyte leak and/or injury from.
the internal Lithium-polymer battery:
A.Do not attempt to remove the case-back or exterior shell of the product
or remove the non-user-replaceable battery.
B.Do not leave unit exposed to a heat source or in a high temperature
location (such as in the sun or in an unattended vehicle). To prevent
damage store it out of direct sunlight.
C. Do not puncture or incinerate.
D.When storing for an extended time, store within the following .
temperature range: 32°F to 77°F (0°C to 25°C).
E.The Global Trainer™ watch should only be charged within a temperature
range of 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C).
F.Do not operate the unit outside of the following temperature range: -4°F
to 131°F (-20°C to 55°C).
G.Contact your local waste disposal department to properly recycle/.
dispose of the unit/battery.
2.Use only the Phihong PSB05R-050Q power adapter supplied with this .
product.
3.This is not a medical device and is not recommended for use by persons
with serious heart conditions. You should always consult your physician
before beginning or modifying an exercise program.
4.Consulting the speed+distance system while moving is unsafe and .
distracting, and could result in accident or collision. Use the memory .
functions to later review your performance data. See the instructions .
for details.
5.Interference with the radio signal, poor contact between your skin and the
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chest strap, and other factors may prevent accurate transmission of heart
rate data.
Introduction
The Timex® Ironman® Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System is a comprehensive
performance-monitoring device that incorporates SiRFstarIII® GPS technology
and ANT+™ sensor integration for multiple activities to provide a powerful
workout and training tool. This guide will allow you to use your Global Trainer®
watch for the first time, but if you need more information, you can view the
full-length USER GUIDE at: .
http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads
Feature Overview
• PERFORMANCE Mode – Keep track of multiple variables during your
workout, including speed, distance, elapsed time, pace, and calories
burned.
•MULTISPORT Mode – Incorporate several activities and transition periods
into a single workout, and track all of them together.
•Customizable Screen Displays – View up to four workout metrics of
your choosing in either Performance or Multisport Modes, so your unique
workout information is always at your fingertips.
•PERFORMANCE PACER – Test yourself against your saved workouts to
track your progress and improvement over time.
•GPS – Pinpoint your location and store your favorite workout routes, and
save locations as waypoints for later use in workouts.
•TRACK BACK – Calculate a route from your current position to any stored
waypoint.
•Computer Integration – Send settings from your computer to your Global
Trainer™ watch for easy customization, and transfer your workouts to your
computer to track your progress.
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•ANT+™ Wireless Sensors – Monitor your Heart Rate to maintain the level
of activity that matches your personalized workout needs. Use Bike Speed,
Cadence, and Power Meter data to integrate cycling into your workouts.
NOTE: Because the Global Trainer™ watch can show languages in addition to
English for its displays and messages, the screens shown in the instructions
will be available on your watch in your selected language.
Operational Buttons and Icons
MODE
Press MODE to cycle through the Global Trainer™ watch’s operational modes. At any point, hold MODE for 1 second to see the time and date. Release MODE
to go back to the screen you were viewing.
BACK / PWR (8)
Hold 8 for 2 seconds to turn the Global Trainer™ watch on or off. In any mode,
press 8 to go back to the previous item. If you are setting a value or a label,
those numbers or characters will be recorded.
UP ()
In a menu, press  to highlight the item above or to the left of the currently
selected one.
In Performance or Multisport Mode, press  to go to the next view screen.
ENTER (8 )
Press 8 to select the highlighted item for setting or change. Press 8 to
confirm the entry or changed item.
In Performance or Multisport Mode, press and hold 8 for 2 seconds to lock all
buttons except INDIGLO. Press and hold 8 for 2 seconds to unlock all buttons.
DWN / STP / RST (q)
In a menu, press q to highlight the item below or to the right of the currently
selected one.
In PERFORMANCE or MULTISPORT Mode with the chronograph stopped and
reset, press q to display the previous view screen.
INDIGLO®
Press the INDIGLO button at any time to activate the INDIGLO night-light for
several seconds.
In PERFORMANCE Mode with the chronograph running, press q to stop (or
pause) the chronograph. If the chronograph is stopped (or paused), hold q to
reset the chronograph (follow the directions on the screen).
Hold the INDIGLO button for 4 seconds to activate Night-Mode®; the watch
beeps to confirm. While the Global Trainer™ watch is in Night-Mode, any button
you press activates the night-light for a few seconds.
In MULTISPORT Mode, press q to transition to the next sport. Hold q to pause
the workout. If MULTISPORT Mode is paused, press q to reset the chronograph
(follow the directions on the screen).
The Global Trainer watch also has an INDIGLO feature for continuous illumination. Hold the INDIGLO button for 8 seconds to activate constant-on illumination; the watch double-beeps to confirm.
Night-Mode or constant-on illumination remain active for 8 hours, but you can
hold the INDIGLO button for 4 seconds to deactivate either before 8 hours
elapses.
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START / SPLIT
Press START / SPLIT in PERFORMANCE or MULTISPORT Mode to begin timing a
workout. Press it again when the chronograph is running to take a split and to
time laps individually.
Status Bar
The status bar appears at the bottom of all screens. It shows the battery
charge remaining, the current time, and status icons to give an at-a-glance
view of the Global Trainer™ watch’s status.
Status Bar Display Icons
Shows the approximate charge of the battery. More dark segments
indicate a higher charge.
Appears when the chronograph is running
Appears when the alarm is set.
Appears when the chrono is running and a timer has been enabled.
Current time of Day
Solid: Heart rate monitor is communicating properly.
Blinking: Device is pairing or has received no useful data for 15 seconds.
Solid: Speed or cadence sensor is communicating properly.
Blinking: Device is pairing or has received no useful data for 15 seconds.
Solid: Power meter is communicating properly.
Blinking: Device is pairing or has received no useful data for 15 seconds.
Solid: GPS has a satellite fix.
Blinking: GPS is seeking a satellite fix. None: GPS cannot locate a satellite.
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Global Trainer Software Version
This guide reflects the latest instructions for Global Trainer software .
version 2.80.
To determine your watch’s version; press MODE to go to CONFIGURE, press q
to GPS, press q to VERSION and press (8 ).
You can update the Global Trainer software through instructions posted on the
Timex Device Agent downloadable to your computer desktop.
Charge Your Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System Watch
Before you use the Global Trainer™ watch for the first time, the lithium-ion
battery must be charged. A depleted battery takes approximately 2 1/2 to 3 1/2
hours to fully charge.
CAUTION: The Global Trainer™ watch should only be charged within a temperature range of 32°F - 113°F (0°C - 45°C).
Charge Using the USB Cable
1.Insert the large USB-A plug on the download/charging clip into a USB port
on any powered computer.
2.Attach the download/charging clip to the back of the Global Trainer™ watch.
3.Make sure the four contacts on the clip touch the four metal discs on the
back of the watch. Match the red dot on the watch with the red dot on the
connector for proper orientation.
4.Secure the clip to the watch caseback by placing the fixed end of the clip
into the slot adjacent to the red dot and locking the hinged end of the clip
into the other slot.
Charge Using the AC Adaptor
1.Insert large USB-A plug on the download/charging clip into the USB port on
the AC adaptor, and plug the AC adaptor into an electrical outlet.
2.Attach the download/charging clip to the back of the Global Trainer™ watch,
as instructed above in steps 3 and 4.
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The Power Off Function is set to SHOW TIME, so the date and time will display
during charging. A blinking battery icon appears during charging. A solid battery
icon appears when charging is complete. To learn more about the Power Off
Function, refer to the section on CONFIGURE (Mode) and the MODES section of
the USER GUIDE.
Use only the Phihong PSB05R-050Q power adaptor supplied with
this product.
NOTE: To prevent corrosion, please dry the download/charging contacts and
the surrounding area on the back of the Global Trainer™ watch.
Turn the Global Trainer™ Watch On and Off
To turn the Global Trainer™ watch on or off, press and hold 8 for 2 seconds until
you hear a three-note tone. The tone ascends in pitch when powering on, and
descends in pitch when powering off.
Because the Power Off Function is set to SHOW TIME, the date and time will
display when the Global Trainer™ watch is turned off. The POWER OFF label will
appear in the upper status bar.
NOTE: When the Power Off Function is set to TURN OFF DISPLAY, better
standby battery life is obtained. To learn more about the Power Off Function,
refer to the CONFIGURE (Mode) and the MODES sections of the USER GUIDE.
Initial System Setup
Time of Day
The time, date, and day of week are set by the GPS based on selections you
make.
1. Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays and press q to highlight WATCH.
2. Pressq or 8 and press q to select and change Time Format, Time Zone,
Date Format and other watch functions.
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Language and Personal Information
To select your preferred language for screens and menus, to accurately
­measure the performance of your workouts, and to assist in calculating your
heart rate zones, you should enter your personal information.
1. Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays and press q to highlight USER INFO.
2.Press q to highlight the current language, press 8 to display the language
choices, and press q followed by 8 to select.
3.Press  and 8 to set the PERSONAL screen and press q to set your
Gender, Weight, Height, and Date of Birth.
NOTE: If you change the language setting, you will be taken back to the
CONFIGURE menu. Follow the instructions in Step 1 to change Personal
Information.
To refine your calories results further, see the steps to Configure Calorie
Expenditure Settings in the PERFORMANCE (Mode) View Screens section of the
USER GUIDE.
Digital 2.4 Heart Rate Sensor (Optional)
To minimize the possibility of picking up a signal from another person’s Heart
Rate Sensor, you should pair it to the Global Trainer™ watch. To pair your sensor
for the first time, move 30 feet (10 m) away from other heart rate sensors.
NOTE: Repeating this procedure is only necessary for a new heart rate sensor
or when the heart rate sensor battery is replaced.
1. Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays and press q to highlight SENSORS.
2.Press 8 and the HEART RATE SCAN setting should be selected. If that field
is NO, press 8 and q to highlight SCAN, and 8 to confirm the selection. The
Global Trainer™ watch will begin searching for the heart rate sensor
3.Wet the heart rate sensor pads, and fasten the sensor firmly to your chest
against your skin, just below your sternum.
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4.The Global Trainer™ watch searches for the heart rate strap for up to ten
seconds. When the strap is successfully paired, the field next to HEART
RATE will read HR.
NOTE: The Global Trainer™ watch can be paired with other ANT+™ wireless
sensors for Bike Speed, Cadence and Power. Start at Step 1 above to pair with
any of the listed ANT+™ devices.
Setting Group
Enter a value for the maximum heart rate in beats per minute. The
range is 30 – 240
ZONES
Select CUSTOM to manually enter values for each zone, or select
USE MAX to calculate all zones by maximum heart rate.
VIEW
Select bpm to display zone values as beats per minute, or select
% to display zone values as a percentage of your maximum heart
rate.
Ranges for Zones 1
through 5
Enter the low and high values for each zone. Press 8 to close the
setting change window. The maximum is 240.
Heart Rate Training
Target zones allow you to effectively train with a heart rate monitor. The initial
step is to set up how the Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System watch calculates
and displays heart rate zones. .
MAX HR is initially calculated as 220 minus your age, but this can be changed.
Adjustment
MAX HR
Configure Heart Rate Alerts
You can set minimum and maximum values for heart rate to define the target
zone. If the watch detects a value outside of this zone, the alert is triggered.
Configure Heart Rate Settings
1.Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays and press q to highlight HEART RATE.
2. Press 8 and press  or q to highlight the setting to change.
3. Press 8 to open the setting change window.
4.Press  or q to highlight a selection in the setting change window, then
press 8 to confirm your selection.
Configure Alert Type
1. Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays, and press q to highlight ALERTS
2. Press 8 to select TYPE: AUDIBLE AND VISUAL.
3. Press 8 to enter the selection screen, and press  or q to highlight the
setting to change.
4. Press 8 to confirm your selection.
The AUDIBLE alert tone will sound once every 30 seconds for as long as the
reading is outside the target zone. The VISUAL alert will display a message on
top of the display for 2 seconds.
The alert message will display once every 30 seconds for as long as the reading
is outside the target zone.
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Configure Heart Rate Alerts Settings
1. Press MODE until CONFIGURE displays, and press q to highlight ALERTS.
2. Press q to highlight SETUP ALERTS, and press 8 to confirm your
selection.
3. Press q to highlight HEART RATE ZONE, and press 8 to confirm your
selection.
4. Press  or q to to highlight the setting to change, and press 8 to open the
setting change window.
5. Press  or q to highlight the setting in the setting change window, then
press 8 to confirm your selection.
PERFORMANCE Mode
PERFORMANCE Mode tracks data for up to 20 workouts and up to 1000 laps.
Keep track of multiple variables during your workout, including speed, distance,
elapsed time, pace, and calories burned. See data during your workout in five
customizable view screens, each with up to four fields for displaying data.
Customizing Workout Screens
Initially, there are five view screens on the Global Trainer™ watch: SWIM, BIKE,
RUN, CUSTOM 1, and CUSTOM 2. You can choose the number of fields displayed on each view screen and the workout data displayed in each field.
Choose the Number of Fields and Select Performance Data
Setting Group
Adjustment
HEART RATE ZONE
Select ON to alert you when your heart rate is outside the Low or
High settings, or OFF to disable the heart rate zone alert.
TARGET ZONE
Select Zones 1-5 OR C1-C5 to use Low and High values based on
your HEART RATE settings in CONFIGURE Mode. Select CUSTOM
to enter Low and High values manually as instructed in the next
two rows.
LOW
Enter the lower heart rate threshold. If your heart rate goes below
this threshold, the alert sounds. Press 8to close the setting change
window. The lowest setting is 30.
HIGH
nter the upper heart rate threshold. If your heart rate goes above
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this threshold, the alert sounds. Press 8 to close the setting
change window. The highest setting is 240.
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1.Press MODE until PERFORMANCE appears, then press 8 to highlight
DISPLAY (in PERFORMANCE SETUP)
2.Press 8 to see the five view screens, and then press  or q to highlight a
view screen
3. Press 8 to select the view screen and highlight FIELD LAYOUT
4.Press 8 to set the FIELD LAYOUT, and press  or q to change the number
of fields being displayed in that view screen.
5. Press 8 to confirm the number of fields, and the data for the first field will
be highlighted
6. Press  or q to highlight the view screen data in each field, and press 8 to
show the setting menu for that field.
7. Press  or q to make your selection of the field data, and press 8 to
confirm that data.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until you have the data you want, and press MODE to
take you to the setup view screen in PERFORMANCE Mode.
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9. Repeat from the beginning to change the number of fields or data in any of
the other view screens.
The explanation of each data field can be found in the USER GUIDE. See the
steps to Choose the Number of Fields and Select Performance Data in the
PERFORMANCE (Mode) View Screens section of those instructions.
NOTE: The first time you wear the Global Trainer™ watch, this GPS signal fix
may take several minutes. For subsequent sessions, the GPS signal fix should
take 30 to 90 seconds. If a subsequent session takes longer than 2 minutes for
GPS signal fix, this message displays:
To change the view screen name, and to change the activity associated with
each view screen, see the steps to Name the View Screen and to Configure
Calorie Expediture Settings in the PERFORMANCE Mode View Screens section
of the USER GUIDE.
Start a Workout
1. Press MODE until PERFORMANCE appears. .
2. Press  or q to select a view screen.
3. Press START/SPLIT to start the chronograph and begin your workout.
NOTE: If the GPS is not fixed on a satellite, this message displays:
If you select YES, the GPS signal fix will go into full search mode, which may
take several minutes.
NOTE: The maximum time the chronograph will measure is 20 hours. If this
time is reached, you must save or reset the workout.
If you select NO, the chronograph will not start. Move into a position with a
clear view of the sky where the Global Trainer™ watch can receive and fix onto
the GPS signals.
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Take a Lap or Split
Press START/SPLIT when the chronograph is running to take a lap or split. Up to
three displays will appear in sequence.
•The third display shows the average cadence and power values from the
bike sensor.
NOTE: While the lap data is being displayed, the chrono has begun timing the
next lap.
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• The first display shows the lap number, lap time, and split time.
NOTE: If sensors are not connected to the Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System
watch, their corresponding data is not shown.
Change Views During a Workout
You can change view screens during a workout to see different performance
data.
•The second display shows the lap number, average heart rate, average
pace, and average speed for the lap.
1. Start the workout as described above.
2. Press  to change view screens.
NOTE: The chronograph will continue to run, as indicated by the chrono icon
on the status bar, until you press BACK/STP/RST to stop the workout.
Stop a Workout
1.While the chronograph is running, press . The CHRONO STOPPED message
displays.
2.Hold  for 2 seconds. The SAVE WORKOUT AND RESET? Screen displays.
3.Press  or  to highlight YES, NO, or RESET ONLY, then press  to confirm
your choice.
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sports as well. Choose the Data View Screens for each of up to five sports that
you set in PERFORMANCE Mode, and use the transition periods in between
sports to prepare for the next activity in the MULTISPORT sequence.
For more information on MULTISPORT Mode, its setup and its operation, see
the appropriate sections under MULTISPORT (Mode) in the USER GUIDE.
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If you select YES, the chronograph will reset and the workout data will appear
in Review mode.
If you select NO, the chronograph is not reset. Press START/SPLIT again to
continue your workout.
If you select RESET ONLY, the chronograph will reset and no workout data is
recorded.
Timers and Performance Pacer
In addition to customizing the PERFORMANCE Mode view screens to show
your specific workout data, you can set up custom Timers to help manage .
repetitions and intensity during your workout. You can also use the Performance Pacer feature to measure your workout against your own saved
workouts, or against target times you choose. For more information on Timer Setup and the Performance Pacer, see the .
appropriate sections under PERFORMANCE (Mode) in the USER GUIDE.
MULTISPORT Mode
While PERFORMANCE Mode tracks performance data for one activity, MULTISPORT Mode links up to five sports together, and manages transitions between
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REVIEW Mode
While PERFORMANCE Mode allows you to monitor up to four workout .
statistics, additional data is being recorded during your workouts. You can view
all of this data in REVIEW Mode.
You can view the WORKOUT SUMMARY that provides all relevant data from
your entire session in a series of six-pane windows. You can also choose VIEW
LAPS, which shows the same data as the WORKOUT SUMMARY broken out for
each lap or segment.
Additional options in REVIEW MODE include VIEW ON MAP to see a scale
representation of your route, TRACK BACK that allows you to navigate to the
beginning or to the end of your route, and DELETE to manage your Global
Trainer™ watch memory.
For more information on REVIEW Mode, its operation and its details, see the
appropriate sections under REVIEW (Mode) in the USER GUIDE.
CONFIGURE Mode
Use CONFIGURE Mode to customize all of the settings on the Global Trainer™
Bodylink® System watch. You have already been directed to this mode earlier in
the guide for WATCH, USER INFO, SENSORS, HEART RATE and ALERTS. These are
the other available selections:
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-- HANDS FREE controls automatic starting, stopping, and splits on the .
chronograph.
-- ALARM sets an alert that will sound at the selected times and days.
-- BIKE manages profiles for up to five bikes.
-- POWER METER calculates and displays bicycle power meter zones.
-- GPS configures options for the GPS signal processing and the Global Trainer™
watch software version.
-- UNITS configures the type of units for tracking performance data.
-- MODES activates/deactivates NAVIGATE Mode and selects the watch Power
Off function for the watch.
For more information on CONFIGURE Mode, its setup and its details, see the
appropriate sections under CONFIGURE (Mode) in the USER GUIDE.
PC SYNC Mode
Use PC SYNC Mode to make setting changes to the Global Trainer™ watch
from your computer through a desktop Timex Device Agent. All Global Trainer™
Bodylink® System watch settings can be changed from the Device Agent and
sent to the watch.
You can also send workout data from the Global Trainer watch to your
computer and use this data with your Timex Trainer online account powered .
by TrainingPeaks to optimize your workout program.
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INDIGLO® Night-Light
Press the INDIGLO® button to activate the night-light. This electroluminescent
technology illuminates the watch display at night and in low-light conditions.
Press and hold INDIGLO® button to activate the NIGHT-MODE® feature, which
illuminates the watch with any button press. The NIGHT-MODE® feature lasts
eight hours, or press and hold INDIGLO® button to deactivate the feature.
Water Resistance
•The Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System watch is Water Resistant to a depth
of 50 meters and to a pressure of 86 p.s.i. This is equivalent to 164 feet
below sea level.
•Water resistance is only maintained while the lens, pushbuttons, and case
are intact.
•Rinse the Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System watch with fresh water after
any exposure to salt water.
CAUTION: TO MAINTAIN WATER RESISTANCE, DO NOT PRESS ANY
BUTTONS UNDER WATER.
•The Digital 2.4 Heart Rate Sensor is Water Resistant to a depth of 30 meters
and to a pressure of 52 p.s.i. This is equivalent to 98 feet below sea level.
NOTE: Heart rate data may not display when the sensor is immersed in water.
Heart Rate Sensor Strap Maintenance
Go to http://timexironman.com/deviceagent to download the Timex Device
Agent for your Global Trainer™ watch and to establish an account.
After use, rinse the heart rate strap in fresh water to avoid buildup of materials
that interfere with heart rate measurement.
For more information on PC SYNC Mode, its setup and its details, see the .
appropriate sections under PC SYNC (Mode) in the USER GUIDE.
Heart Rate Sensor Battery Life
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The battery on the Digital 2.4 Heart Rate Sensor should last more than two
years if the sensor is used an average of one hour each day. More frequent or
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longer use will decrease the battery life. Replace the sensor transmitter battery
if either of these conditions arise:
•When the sensor is properly placed on your chest, the Global Trainer
Bodylink® System watch cannot read heart rate data.
•Heart rate error messages (such as SEARCHING FOR HEART RATE . . . )
­appear more frequently.
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To Replace the Heart Rate Sensor Battery
1.Use a coin to open the battery compartment cover on the back of the .
sensor.
2.Insert a new CR2032 battery (or equivalent) with the positive (+) facing you.
3. Reinstall the battery compartment cover.
To Test the Sensor After Battery Replacement
1.Move at least 30 feet (10 meters) away from sources of radio or electromagnetic interference, such as other heart monitors or bike sensors.
2. Wet the heart rate sensor pads.
3. Fasten the sensor firmly to your chest, just below your sternum. Turn on
the Global Trainer™ Bodylink® System watch. Make sure the Global Trainer™
Bodylink® System watch is set to scan for a heart rate sensor. If the heart
rate sensor is functioning correctly, a solid heart icon appears in the status
bar, and a flashing heart icon appears in the HR field on the view screen.
If these icons do not appear:
• Open the battery compartment cover, and reinstall the battery. Test again. .
-OR•Repeat pairing the Digital 2.4 Heart Rate Sensor to the Global Trainer™
Bodylink® System watch.
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Warranty & Service
Timex International Warranty (U.S. Limited Warranty).
Your Timex® Bodylink® System is warranted against manufacturing defects by
Timex for a period of ONE YEAR from the original purchase date. Timex Group
USA, Inc. and its worldwide affiliates will honor this International Warranty.
Please note that Timex may, at its option, repair your Timex® Bodylink®
System by installing new or thoroughly reconditioned and inspected components or replace it with an identical or similar model.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER DEFECTS
OR DAMAGES TO YOUR BODYLINK® SYSTEM:
1. after the warranty period expires;
2.if the Bodylink® System was not originally purchased from an authorized
Timex retailer;
3. from repair services not performed by Timex;
4. from accidents, tampering or abuse; and.
5.lens or crystal, strap or band, sensor case, attachments or battery. Timex
may charge you for replacing any of these parts.
THIS WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN
LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
TIMEX IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some countries and states do not allow limitations on implied warranties
and do not allow exclusions or limitations on damages, so these limitations
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
also have other rights which vary from country to country and state to state.
To obtain warranty service, please return your Bodylink® System to Timex,
one of its affiliates or the Timex retailer where the Bodylink® System was
purchased, together with a completed original Repair Coupon or, in the U.S.
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and Canada only, the completed original Repair Coupon or a written statement
identifying your name, address, telephone number and date and place of
purchase. Please include the following with your Heart Rate Monitor to cover
postage and handling (this is not a repair charge): a US$ 8.00 check or money
order in the U.S.; a CAN$7.00 cheque or money order in Canada; and a UK£2.50
cheque or money order in the U.K. In other countries, Timex will charge you for
postage and handling. NEVER INCLUDE ANY ARTICLE OF PERSONAL VALUE IN
YOUR SHIPMENT.
For the U.S., please call 1-800-328-2677 for additional warranty information. .
For Canada, call 1-800-263-0981. For Brazil, call +55 (11) 5572 9733. For
Mexico, call 01-800-01-060-00. For Central America, the Caribbean, Bermuda
and the Bahamas, call (501) 370-5775 (U.S.). For Asia, call 852-2815-0091. For
the U.K., call 44 208 687 9620. For Portugal, call 351 212 946 017. For France,
call 33 3 81 63 42 00. Germany/Austria: +43 662 88921 30. For the Middle East
and Africa, call 971-4-310850. For other areas, please contact your local Timex
retailer or Timex distributor for warranty information. In Canada, the U.S. and
in certain other locations, participating Timex retailers can provide you with a
postage-paid, pre-addressed Bodylink® System Repair Mailer for your convenience in obtaining factory service.
©2010 Timex Group USA, Inc. TIMEX, TRIATHLON and NIGHT-MODE are registered trademarks of Timex Group USA, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
GLOBAL TRAINER is a trademark and BODYLINK is a registered trademark
of Timex Group B.V. in the U.S. and other countries. INDIGLO is a registered
trademark of Indiglo Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. IRONMAN and
M-DOT are registered trademarks of World Triathlon Corporation.
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TIMEX INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY REPAIR COUPON
Original Purchase Date:________________________________________________
(attach a copy of sales receipt, if available)
Purchased by: _______________________________________________________
(name, address, telephone number)
Place of Purchase:____________________________________________________ (name and address)
Reason for Return:____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
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Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturers Name: Timex Group USA, Inc.
Manufacturers Address: 555 Christian Road
Middlebury, CT 06762.
United States of America
declares that the product:
Product Name: Timex® Global Trainer GPS//Speed+Distance
Model Numbers: M229, M503
conforms to the following specifications:
Supplemental Information: The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/05/EC, the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, and the EMC Directive
89/336/EEC and carries the CE marking accordingly.
Agent: Brian J. Hudson.
Director, New Products Engineering.
Date: April 6, 2010, Middlebury, Connecticut, U.S.A.
R&TTE: 1999/05/EC
Standards:
ETSI EN 300 330-1 - V1.3.1 (EMC) & (ERM)
ETSI EN 300 330-2 - V1.1.1 (EMC) & (ERM).
ETSI EN 300 440-1 - V1.4.1 :2008.
ETSI EN 300 440-2 - V1.2.1 :2008.
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1:2008.
ETSI EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1:2002
LVD:
Standards:
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73/23/EEC, 2006/95/EC
CENELEC EN 60950-1 /A11: 2009
EMC: 89/336/EEC.
CENELEC EN 55022:1998 .
CENELEC EN 55024-1998.
EN 61000-4-2 - ESD.
EN 61000-4-3 - RF Radiated Immunity .
EN 61000-4-8 – Magnetics
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