Timex Ironman Run Trainer 2.0 GPS User Guide

Timex Ironman Run Trainer 2.0 GPS User Guide
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Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................4
Features.....................................................................................................................................4
Getting Started.................................................................................................................5
Charging the Run Trainer™ 2.0 GPS...........................................................................................5
Basic Operation..........................................................................................................................6
Navigating the Watch.................................................................................................................6
Icon Descriptions.......................................................................................................................7
First-Time Setup.........................................................................................................................7
Connecting to a Computer........................................................................................................8
Setting up the Optional Heart Rate Sensor................................................................................8
Setting up the Optional Foot Pod..............................................................................................9
Timing Workouts.............................................................................................................10
Starting a Workout...................................................................................................................10
Pausing and Saving a Workout.................................................................................................11
Taking Laps/Splits.....................................................................................................................11
Configuring Hands-Free Settings.............................................................................................12
Using Nutrition Alerts...............................................................................................................12
Using the Recovery Timer........................................................................................................13
Training with Intervals...................................................................................................13
Benefits of Interval Training.....................................................................................................13
Starting an Interval Workout....................................................................................................14
Pausing and Saving an Interval Workout.................................................................................16
Reviewing Workouts.......................................................................................................16
Reviewing the Workout Summary...........................................................................................16
Reviewing Individual Laps or Intervals.....................................................................................17
Deleting Workouts....................................................................................................................18
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Configuring Settings.......................................................................................................18
Setting the Time and Date.......................................................................................................18
Setting Units.............................................................................................................................19
Setting User Info.......................................................................................................................19
Configuring Workout Zones.....................................................................................................20
Setting the Alarm.....................................................................................................................22
Setting Watch Preferences......................................................................................................22
Changing Display Language.....................................................................................................22
INDIGLO® Night-Light......................................................................................................23
Resetting the Watch.......................................................................................................23
Settings/About Menu...............................................................................................................23
Downloading Workout Data and Reviewing on your Computer..................................23
Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................24
Problems Connecting to the GPS............................................................................................24
Problems Connecting to the Heart Rate Sensor.....................................................................24
Problems Connecting to the Foot Pod....................................................................................24
Problems Connecting to a Computer......................................................................................24
Water Resistance............................................................................................................24
Warranty and Service.....................................................................................................25
Declaration of Conformity..............................................................................................27
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Timex® Ironman® Run Trainer™ 2.0 GPS. For the latest instructions,
please refer to the User Guide listing for Run Trainer 2.0™ at http://www.Timex.com/Manuals. For first use,
please follow these six easy steps:
1. Charge the watch
2. Load the latest firmware
3. Configure the settings
4. Acquire the GPS signal
5. Record your workout
6. Review your performance
For your convenience, we have posted the TImex® Ironman® Run Trainer™ 2.0 Quick Start guide at:
http://www.Timex.com/Manuals
Detailed instructional videos are posted at:
http://www.YouTube.com/TimexUSA
Features
• Easy to use – Automated first-time setup collects the user data the watch needs to help you train. Intuitive menus simplify navigation and operation.
• Alerts – Audible tones and vibration alerts let you know about important workout events such as automatic splits and out-of-zone warnings.
• GPS – SiRFstarIV™ technology tracks pace, speed, distance, and altitude.
• ANT+™ Radio – Wireless capability enables the watch to connect to a Heart Rate and/or Foot Pod sensor.
• Heart Rate Sensor – When connected to a heart rate sensor, monitor your heart rate to maintain a level
of activity that matches your personalized workout requirements.
• Foot Pod Sensor – When connected to a foot pod sensor, track multiple values in your workout including
pace, speed, distance, and cadence, or cadence only.
• The INDIGLO® night-light – Illuminates the display with the press of the INDIGLO® button. The NightMode® feature illuminates the display with any button press. When Constant On is active, the display
remains illuminated until the INDIGLO® button is pressed again.
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Getting Started
Charging the Run Trainer™ 2.0 GPS
Before you use the watch for the first time, charge the battery for at least 4 hours to insure complete charging.
This is confirmed by a flashing battery icon.
In order to maximize the rechargeable battery life:
• Deplete the battery until the last battery indicator segment disappears and the empty indicator begins to
flash. If the large battery icon appears on the display, you can still proceed as long as it has been in that
state for no more than 1-2 days.
• Fully charge the watch battery for at least 4 hours until all four segments in the battery level indicator
are no longer blinking.
• Repeat this discharge/recharge procedure two more times.
Note: You should repeat this procedure every two months if the watch is not used or recharged regularly.
Charge within a temperature range of 32°F - 113°F (0°C - 45°C).
The charging cable has a clip on one end and a standard USB connector on the other end.
1.Attach the clip to the watch so the four pins on the clip align with the four metal contacts on the back of
the watch. The clip has two black pins that align the clip into the watch case back.
2.Insert the other end of the cable into a powered USB port on your computer. Make sure that full power is
being supplied to the USB port by disabling any power-saving features in your computer.
flashes during charging. The four segments in the icon indicate the charge of the
The battery icon
battery; more solid segments mean a higher charge.
In order to safeguard the rechargeable battery, disconnect the USB cable from the computer
port before disconnecting the watch from the clip.
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Basic Operation
STOP/Save/
(/STp/Sav)
Indiglo®
(Indiglo)
Menu/Select
(Menu/Select)
Back/Display
(Back/Display)
Start/Split/
(/ST/SPL.)
Stop/save/
Highlight the previous item in the menu. Stop a workout. Save a stopped workout. Increase the value in a
setting screen. Move to the next review screen.
Menu/Select
Open the main menu. Open a highlighted menu option. Move to the next field in a setting screen. Move to the
next lap when reviewing lap details.
Start/Split/
Highlight the next item in the menu. Start a workout. Take a lap/split. Decrease the value in a setting screen.
Move to the previous review screen.
Back/Display
Return to the previous menu. Move to the next display during a workout.
Indiglo®
Press to use night-light for a few seconds. Hold until the watch beeps once (about four seconds) to turn on
Night-Mode®. Hold until the watch beeps twice (about six seconds) to turn on Constant On.
Navigating the Watch
You can access all of the watch features using the MENU, , , SELECT, and Back buttons.
Press MENU to open the main menu. The main menu contains five applications:
•
Time – Display the current date and time.
•
Chrono – Use the chronograph for elapsed time workouts.
•
Int Timer – Use this for custom intervals or a simple countdown timer workout.
See Training with Intervals for more information.
•
Review – Display the list of saved workouts.
•
Settings – Customize the watch and workout settings to your specific needs.
Press  or  to highlight a menu item, then press select to open the item.
Press Back to return to the previous menu.
If the menu contains a scrollbar, there are more options in the menu than are
currently displayed. Press  or  to see the rest of the options.
In settings screens, press  or  to change values, and press select to move to the next field.
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Icon Descriptions
These icons can appear in the watch screens.
Solid: A GPS fix has been obtained.
GPS status
Flashing: Watch is searching for a GPS fix.
g
Solid: Heart rate sensor is active and transmitting data.
Heart rate sensor status
Flashing: Watch is searching for a heart rate sensor.
Solid: Foot pod is active and transmitting data.
Foot pod status
Flashing: Watch is searching for a foot pod.
Workout summary
In Review screen, indicates a summary entry available for review.
Workout details
In Review screen, indicates that specific lap or interval data is available for review.
w
Chrono
In Review screen, indicates a Chrono workout.
H
Interval timer
In Review screen, indicates an Interval workout.
PC connecting
Indicates the watch is connecting to a computer.
PC disconnecting
Indicates the watch is disconnecting from the computer.
Alarm
Indicates the alarm is active and will sound at the programmed time.
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First-Time Setup
The first-time setup feature walks you through configuration of the settings the watch needs to collect from
you in order to report accurate workout data. Press , , and select to enter your choices.
First-time setup begins when you press any button (except Indiglo®) after you take the watch out of the
box. If first-time setup does not begin, reset the watch as described in Resetting the Watch. After the reset is
complete, first-time setup will commence when you press any button except Indiglo®.
In addition to first-time setup, you may want to change the Text Color of the reversible, highresolution display. See Setting Watch Preferences for more information.
settings Configured during First-time Setup
• Display language Choose the language in which watch menus and messages will display.
• Display units – Choose whether workout data will display in English units (feet, miles, pounds, etc.) or
Metric units (meters, kilometers, kilograms, etc.).
• Gender – Choose whether you are male or female.
• Time of day – Set the time at your location in hours, minutes, and seconds.
Note: Press  when you are at 11 am to continue to set afternoon hours.
• Date – Set the current year, month, and day.
• Weight – Set your weight to assist in calculations of calories burned.
• Height – Set your height to assist in calculations of calories burned.
• Birthday – Set your birthday to assist in calculations of calories burned.
• Time format – Choose 12- or 24-hour format.
• Date format – Choose MM-DD-YY or DD.MM.YY format.
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Connecting to a Computer
You can connect the watch to a computer to update watch firmware, change watch settings from the
computer, and download workout data (see Downloading Workout Data and Reviewing on your Computer) into
an online account.
Before you connect to a computer, create a free TrainingPeaks™ account and download the Device Agent
software for the watch.
Get the Latest Firmware
While you can use the watch right out of the box, the online firmware will have the latest enhancements and
improvements. Use the Device Agent to connect the watch to your computer and get the latest updates.
1.Download the Timex Device Agent for USB Devices at:
http://TimexIronman.com/DeviceAgent
2.Connect the charging clip to the watch, then plug the USB cable into the computer. A picture of a
connected computer appears on the watch display.
3.Open the Device Agent on your computer, click File, then click Update Device.
4.Follow the onscreen instructions to download the latest watch firmware. Keep the watch
connected to the computer until the update is complete (as indicated by this symbol on the
watch display) and the watch resets.
5.When the firmware is finished updating, disconnect the watch from the computer and reconnect it.
NOTE: The connection can be made at either the cable clip or the USB port.
Configuring Settings from your Computer
Make changes to watch settings from the Device Agent, and then download those settings to the device.
1.Connect the charging clip to the watch, then plug the USB cable into the computer. A picture of a connected computer appears on the watch display.
2.Open the Device Agent on your computer.
3.Select the Run Trainer 2.0 from the Device field.
4.Click Settings.
5.Change settings, then click Save.
When the settings transfer is complete, close the Device Agent and unplug the watch from the computer.
Setting up the Optional Heart Rate Sensor
Wearing the sensor strap
1. Adjust the strap so it fits snug to your chest, just below your sternum.
2. Attach the heart rate sensor to the strap.
3. Wet the heart rate sensor pads on the back of the strap, then put on the strap
against your skin.
Pairing the Heart Rate sensor
Prompt the watch to search for the heart rate sensor and begin receiving data.
1. Make sure you are at least 30 feet away from other heart rate sensors.
2. Wear the heart rate sensor as described above.
3. From the Settings menu, open Sensors.
4. Make sure Heart rate is set to Yes.
5.Select Search and select Heart Rate.
The watch searches for the sensor. A message displays when the sensor is found and paired to the watch.
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Setting up the Optional Foot Pod
Positioning the foot pod
• Position the foot pod as described in the instructions that came with the foot pod.
Pairing the foot pod
1. Make sure you are at least 30 feet away from other foot pods.
2. Turn on the foot pod.
3. From the Settings menu, open Sensors.
4.Set Foot pod to Yes or Cadence.
Note: If you set Foot Pod to Yes, the foot pod collects all speed, distance, and cadence data. If you set
Foot Pod to Cadence, the foot pod collects cadence data only (the GPS collects speed and distance data).
5.Open Search and select Foot Pod.
The watch searches for the foot pod. A message displays when the foot pod is found and paired to the
watch.
Calibrating the foot pod
Calibrate the foot pod before you use it for the most accurate measurements.
There are two ways to calibrate the foot pod. In automatic calibration, you run a known distance and the foot
pod tracks the distance. At the end of the run, you input the actual distance, and the watch calculates the
calibration factor based on the difference between the two values.
You can also enter the calibration factor manually.
The automatic calibration method is preferred because it is generally more accurate.
1.From the Settings menu, open Sensors.
2. From the Calibrate menu, select Foot Pod.
3. Once the foot pod is connected, run a known distance along a track or over a premeasured route.
Note: You must run at least 300 m for calibration.
4. When you have reached the desired distance, select Stop.
5. Enter the actual distance you ran.
The calibration factor (the ratio applied to foot pod measurements to ensure accurate calculations) is
automatically calculated.
Setting calibration factor Manually
You can also set the calibration factor by hand. Only do this if you have previously calibrated this foot pod and
know the calibration factor that gives accurate distance measurements.
1. From the Settings menu, open Sensors.
2. From the Calibrate menu, select Cal Factor.
3. Enter the calibration factor.
Note: The calibration factor is determined by taking the Known distance and dividing it by the distance
Reported by the foot pod.
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Timing Workouts
Use the chronograph to time workouts, to display real-time data about a workout in progress, and to save
workout data for review. Workouts can also be recorded through the interval Timer – see Training with
Intervals.
Starting a Workout
1.Press Menu and open Chrono.
2.Select Yes to connect to all sensors that are indicated – those are marked yes in the Sensors menu.
3.Press Start. The chronograph begins timing.
Note: If the memory is nearly full, a message displays indicating how many workouts can still be saved
in memory. If the memory is full, you must delete a workout before you can save a new one. See Deleting
Workouts.
Changing views during a workout
The chronograph has three screens to show real-time workout data. Each screen shows two or three fields.
Configure what data displays on each screen from the Settings menu.
• While a workout is running, press Display to cycle through the screens.
• To return to the main menu, press menu.
Note: When you press Display, the watch shows the name of the workout data that appears in each field. If
lap time is displayed, the lap number is also shown.
Note: Each screen is designated with a “•” to mark one of the three available screens, and those numbers
correspond to the Chrono screens found under SETTINGS – DISPLAY.
Note: Pressing Display also initiates a search for the Heart Rate and/or Foot Pod if those sensors are
selected, but not connected.
These data can display in the chronograph screens:
Data
Description
Data
Description
SPlit Time total elapsed time of the workout
Avg HR
average heart rate over the entire
workout
Lap Time
elapsed time for the current lap
Lap HR
average heart rate of the current lap
Prev Lap Time
elapsed time for the previous lap
Prev Lap HR
average heart rate of the previous
lap
TOTAL TIME
total elapsed time of the workout
plus any stoppage time (when the
chronograph was paused)
Cadence
current footfalls per minute
LAP NUMBER
identifies the current lap/split being run
Avg Cadence
average footfalls per minute over the
entire workout
Pace
current minutes per mile/km
Lap Cadence
average footfalls per minute of the
current lap
Avg Pace
average minutes per mile/km over the
entire workout
Prev Lap Cadence
average footfalls per minute of the
previous lap
Lap Pace
average minutes per mile/km of the
current lap
Distance
total distance traveled during the
workout
Prev Lap Pace
average minutes per mile/km of the
previous lap
Lap Distance
distance traveled during the current lap
Speed
current speed
Prev Lap Distance
distance traveled during the previous lap
Avg Speed
average speed over the entire workout
Altitude
current altitude
Lap Speed
average speed of the current lap
Total Ascent
total altitude increase during entire
workout
Prev Lap Speed
average speed of the previous lap
Total Descent
total altitude decrease during entire
workout
Heart Rate
current heart rate
TIME OF DAY
current time to keep you informed
during your workout
Note: To explain the type of data being shown, we use a single-letter designation on the left side of each line:
A = average, L = lap, P = previous.
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Setting Up the Display
1. From the Settings menu, open Display.
2. Open the CHRONO numbered display to edit.
3.Set Lines for the number of workout data to display.
4. Open a line (Top, Middle, or Bottom).
5. Select the data to display on that line.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each line.
Pausing and Saving a Workout
Pausing and restarting
• Press Stop to pause timing.
• Press Start when the chronograph is stopped to resume timing.
Saving and Resetting a Workout
When you have completed your workout, you can save it for future review.
1. With the chronograph stopped, press save.
2. Choose one of the options:
• Select Yes to save the workout and clear the chronograph.
• Select No to discard the workout and clear the chronograph.
• Select Cancel to go back to Chrono without saving or clearing the chronograph.
Taking Laps/Splits
What are lap and split times?
Lap time is the length of an individual segment of your workout. Split time is the time elapsed from the
beginning of your workout through the current segment.
When you “take a split”, you have completed timing one segment (such as one lap) of the workout and are
now timing the next segment.
This graph represents the lap and split times for a workout in which 4 laps/splits were taken.
Taking a lap/Split
• When the chronograph is running, press Split to record a lap/split.
The time of the lap you just completed and the split time are displayed, and the watch begins timing a
new lap in the background.
Once you stop and save the workout, you can review summary data for the entire workout, as well as data
about each individual lap.
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Configuring Hands-Free Settings
You can set the chronograph to take a lap/split automatically when you reach a certain lap distance or time.
You can also set the chronograph to stop or resume timing automatically when you reach a certain speed.
Setting Auto split
Turn on auto split to automatically take a lap/split when you reach a certain lap distance or time.
1. From the Settings menu, open Hands Free.
2.Set Auto Split to Dist to take a lap/split based on distance, or set to Time to take a lap/split based on lap
time.
3.Set the data that triggers auto split:
• If you set Auto Split to Dist, set the Dist field to the distance at which you want to take a lap/split.
• If you set Auto Split to Time, set the Time field to the time at which you want to take a lap/split.
To use auto split once it is set up, open the Chrono, connect to the sensors, and start timing the workout.
Every time you reach the specified distance or time, the chronograph takes a lap/split.
SETTING AUTO STOP AND RESUME
Turn on auto resume and auto stop, and set the threshold (the speed that activates auto resume
and auto stop).
1. From the Settings menu, open Hands Free.
2. Toggle STOP/RESUME to ON.
3.Select Threshold.
4. Set the speed at which Auto resume and Auto Stop will activate.
To use auto stop and resume once they are set up, open the Chrono, connect to the sensors, press START
and begin running. When you move slower than the threshold, the chronograph stops timing. If you then start
moving faster than the threshold, the chronograph resumes timing the workout.
NOTE: If you press STOP to pause the CHRONO, you will have to press START to continue timing a workout.
Using Nutrition Alerts
Staying hydrated and eating right will help your workouts be more successful. If you get dehydrated or hungry,
your performance will suffer and you are more susceptible to injury. The nutrition timers remind you when to
drink and eat.
Setting the Drink timer
1. From the Settings menu, open Nutrition.
2.Set Drink Alert to On.
3.Set Drink Time to the interval at which you want to receive drink alerts.
4.Set Vibrate to On to receive vibration alerts when the Drink Time is reached.
5.Set Alert to Tone 1 or Tone 2 to receive an audible alert when the Drink Time is reached.
When you are timing a workout with the chronograph, the vibration and audible alert will sound when you
have reached the Drink Time, and a popup will display reminding you to drink.
Setting the Eat timer
1. From the Settings menu, open Nutrition.
2.Set Eat Alert to On.
3.Set Eat Time to the interval at which you want to receive eat alerts.
4.Set Vibrate to On to receive vibration alerts when the Eat Time is reached.
5.Set Alert to Tone 1 or Tone 2 to receive an audible alert when the Eat Time is reached.
When you are timing a workout with the chronograph, the vibration and audible alert will sound when you
have reached the Eat Time, and a popup will display reminding you to eat.
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Using the Recovery Timer
Heart rate recovery is the difference between your heart rate when working out and your heart rate after a
short rest period. A larger difference between your workout heart rate and your heart rate after the rest period
indicates quick recovery and therefore better conditioning.
The recovery timer measures this difference and reports the result in a popup to help you gauge your
cardiovascular health.
When turned on, the recovery timer will activate when you stop or pause the chronograph while the heart rate
sensor is collecting data.
Setting up the recovery timer
1. From the Settings menu, open recovery.
2. Set the Time (the length the recovery timer will last) to 30 Seconds, 1 Minute, or 2 Minutes.
3.Set Vibrate to On to receive vibration alerts when the recovery timer begins or ends.
4.Set Alert to Tone 1 or Tone 2 to receive an audible alert when the recovery timer begins or ends.
Reading the recovery popup
Start HR is your heart rate at the end of the workout.
End HR is your heart rate at the end of the recovery timer.
Change is the difference between these values.
A larger Change value indicates better conditioning.
Training with Intervals
Benefits of Interval Training
Interval workouts are powerful tools that let you target and train for specific qualities (like speed, endurance,
or threshold). Interval mode helps keep track of times or distances for up to six intervals and 99 repetitions.
Intense periods of activity interspersed with recovery periods of lesser activity help you train more intensely
and for longer periods. Combining aerobic and anaerobic activity in this way helps you:
• Target workouts for improving speed, cardiovascular and muscular endurance, or other qualities
• Speed up your body’s processing of lactic acid
• Reduce the risk of injury
You should set up interval workouts to train for a specific quality. Two examples are described here, but you
can create interval workouts to train for virtually any quality using the six intervals and 99 repetitions.
Example of endurance workout
To train for endurance, you might set up a classic 1-mile repeat workout: 3 to 6 repetitions of one 1-mile
interval at about half-marathon pace, followed by a 1-minute recovery period.
Example of speed workout
To train for speed, you might run sets of 4 x 400m: run one 400m fast interval at slightly more than your race
pace, followed by one 2-minute recovery period, and repeat 4 times.
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setting up an Interval workout
  1. From the SETTINGS menu, open INT TIMER.
  2. Set up a one-time WARMUP based on Distance or Time that begins your Interval Timer workout.
Note: After the Warmup, your workout progresses and repeats based on your Interval settings.
  3. Open SET INTERVALS to configure up to 6 linked segments.
  4. Open the interval to configure.
  5. Select to end the interval after a specified Distance or a specified Time .
Note: You can mix distance- and time-based intervals in the same workout.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each interval in the workout.
  7.Press BACK to the INT Timer and set a one-time COOLDOWN based on Distance or Time to end your
workout.
  8. Set Reps to the number of times to repeat the intervals.
Note: The interval workout stops automatically when the number of set repetitions is reached,
and your preset Cooldown begins.
  9. Set VIBRATE to ON to receive vibration alerts when an interval ends.
10. Set ALERT to TYPE 1 or TYPE 2 to receive an audible alert when an interval ends.
Tip: Set up interval zones to Warmup, Train, and Cooldown for a specific speed, pace, or heart rate for each
setting. See Configuring Workout Zones for instructions.
Starting an Interval Workout
1. Press MENU and open INT TIMER.
2.Select Yes to connect to all sensors that are marked On in the Sensors menu.
3.Press Start.
The interval timer begins.
Note: If the memory is nearly full, a message displays indicating how many workouts can still be saved
in memory. If the memory is full, you must delete a workout before you can save a new one. See Deleting
Workouts.
With 15 seconds remaining for a Timed interval or 0.1 miles (or kilometers) remaining for a Distance interval,
you are alerted to the upcoming intervals’ setting.
The alert sounds and the screen lights when an interval ends. The summary data from the completed interval
appears on the display followed by the current interval’s settings — while that interval runs in the background.
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Changing Views During an Interval Workout
The interval timer has three screens to show real-time workout data. Each screen shows two or three fields.
Configure what data displays on each screen from the Settings menu.
• While the interval timer is running, press Display to cycle through the screens.
• To return to the main menu, press Menu.
Note: When you press Display, the watch shows the name of the workout data that appears in each field.
Note: Each screen is designated with a “•” to mark one of the three available screens, and those numbers
correspond to the Int Timer screens found under SETTINGS – DISPLAY.
Note: Pressing Display also initiates a search for the Heart Rate and/or Foot Pod if those sensors are
selected, but not connected.
These
data can displayDescription
in the interval screens:
Data
Data
Description
Pace
current minutes per mile/km
Int Cadence
average footfalls per minute of the
current interval
Avg Pace
average minutes per mile/km over the
entire workout
Prev Int Cadence
average footfalls per minute of the
previous interval
Int Pace
average minutes per mile/km of the
current interval
Distance
total distance traveled during the
workout
Prev Int Pace
average minutes per mile/km of the
previous interval
Int Distance
distance traveled during the current
interval
Speed
current speed
Prev Int Distance
distance traveled during the previous
interval
Avg Speed
average speed over the entire workout
Altitude
current altitude
Int Speed
average speed of the current interval
Total Ascent
total altitude increase during entire
workout
Prev Int Speed
average speed of the previous interval
Total Descent
total altitude decrease during entire
workout
Heart Rate
current heart rate
TIME OF DAY
current time to keep you informed
during your workout
Avg HR
average heart rate over the entire
workout
Int Time/Dist
the time or distance left in the
current interval
Int HR
average heart rate of the current
interval
Prev Int Time/Dist
length of the previous interval
Prev int HR
average heart rate of the previous
interval
TOTAL TIME
total elapsed time of the workout
plus any stoppage time (when the
interval timer was paused)
Cadence
current footfalls per minute
INT NUMBER
identifies the current interval and rep
being run
Avg Cadence
average footfalls per minute over the
entire workout
Note: To explain the type of data being shown, we use a single-letter designation on the left side of each line:
A = average, I = interval, P = previous.
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Setting Up the Display
1. From the Settings menu, open Display.
2. Open the INTERVAL numbered display to edit.
3.Set Lines for the number of workout data to display.
4. Open a line (Top, Middle, or Bottom).
5. Select the data to display on that line.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each line.
Skipping an interval
• To skip an interval, hold Split.
Pausing and Saving an Interval Workout
• Press Stop to pause timing.
• Press Start when the interval timer is paused to resume timing.
Saving and Resetting an Interval Workout
When you have completed your workout, you can save it for future review.
1. With the interval timer stopped, press Save.
Note: The interval workout stops automatically when the number of set repetitions is reached.
2. Choose one of the options:
• Select Yes to save the workout and clear the timer.
• Select No to discard the workout and clear the timer.
• Select Cancel to go back to Interval without saving or clearing the timer.
Reviewing Workouts
When you reset the chronograph or interval timer, the workout data is saved. You can view it from the Review
screens. Compare these saved workouts against one another to track your progress.
Reviewing the Workout Summary
The workout summary contains data about the workout as a whole.
Opening the workout
1.Press Menu and open Review.
The most recent workout is at the top of the list and the oldest workout is at the bottom.
Workouts saved from Chrono are indicated by w.
Workouts saved from Interval are indicated by
H.
2. Open the workout to review.
3.Select
Summary.
4.Press  and  (as indicated in the watch display) to scroll through the available
data for the workout.
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Data displayed in summary
Data
Description
Data
Description
SPLIT TIME
total elapsed time of the Chrono workout
Max HR
peak heart rate reached during the workout
WORKOUT TIME
total elapsed time of the Interval workout
Zone Time – HR
amount of time you spent in your heart
rate zone
Distance
distance run during the workout
Recovery
difference between your ending HR and
recovery HR
Avg Pace
average minutes per mile/km
Avg Cadence
average number of footfalls per minute
Best Pace
least minutes per mile/km
Max Cadence
maximum number of footfalls per minute
Avg Speed
average speed of the workout
Zone Time – Cad
amount of time you spent in your cadence
zone
Max Speed
fastest speed achieved during the workout
Ttl Ascent
total ft/m increase in altitude
Zone Time – Pace
amount of time you spent in your pace zone
Ttl Descent
total ft/m decrease in altitude
Zone Time – Spd
amount of time you spent in your speed
zone
Calories
total calories burned
Avg HR
average heart rate for the workout
Note: If a heart rate sensor is not connected, no heart rate data displays. If a foot pod is not connected, no
cadence data displays.
Reviewing Individual Laps or Intervals
You can view data specific to each lap or interval to compare segments of your workout to each other.
Viewing Lap/Interval details
1.Press Menu and open Review.
2. Open the workout to review.
3.Select
LAP DETAIL for a Chrono workout or INT DETAIL for an Interval workout.
For Chrono workouts, the first screen shows the average lap time and the best lap time, and the total
workout time appears in the upper-right.
For Interval workouts, the interval number and repetition number appear in the upper-right.
4.Press  and  to scroll through the data collected for the lap or interval, or press Select to quickly cycle
through laps or intervals.
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Data displayed in detaiLs screens
Data
Description
Data
Description
Avg Lap average time of all laps in the workout
(Chrono only)
Max Spd
highest speed achieved during the lap/
interval
Best
the number and time of the fastest lap
(Chrono only)
Zone Time – Pace
amount of time you spent in your pace
zone during the lap/interval
Lap
duration of the lap (Chrono only)
Zone Time – Spd
amount of time you spent in your speed
zone during the lap/interval
Int
the duration of the interval (Interval only)
Avg Cadence
average number of footfalls per minute
during the lap/interval
Avg HR
average heart rate for the workout
Max Cadence
maximum number of footfalls per minute
during the lap/interval
Max HR
peak heart rate reached during the lap/
interval
Zone Time – HR
amount of time you spent in your heart
rate zone during the lap/interval
Distance
distance covered during the lap/interval
Zone Time – Cad
amount of time you spent in your cadence
zone during the lap/interval
Avg Pace
average minutes per mile/km for the lap/
interval
TTL Ascent
total ft/m increase in altitude during the
lap/interval
Best Pace
least minutes per mile/km for the lap/
interval
TTL Descent
total ft/m decrease in altitude during the
lap/interval
Avg Spd
average speed of the lap/interval
Calories
total calories burned during the lap/
interval
Note: If a heart rate sensor is not connected, no heart rate data displays. If a foot pod is not connected, no
cadence data displays.
Deleting Workouts
You can store a maximum of 15 workouts. If you don’t need a workout for review anymore, you can delete it
from memory to free up space. You can also delete all of your workouts at once.
Deleting one workout
1.Press Menu and open Review.
2. Open a workout.
3.Select Delete Workout.
4.Select Yes.
Deleting all workouts
1.Press Menu and open Review.
2.Select Delete All.
3.Select Yes.
Configuring Settings
Make changes to the watch settings to enhance your workouts and customize your experience.
Setting the Time and Date
The time and date are set during first-time setup, but you can reset it later.
Setting the Time and time format
1. From the Settings menu, open Time.
2.Select Set Time, and set the new time.
Note: Press  when you are at 11 am to continue to set afternoon hours.
3. Toggle the Time field between 12-hour and 24-hour format.
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Setting the Date and date format
1.Select Set Date, and set the new date.
2. Toggle the Date field between MM-DD-YY and DD.MM.YY format.
GPS time
• Turn GPS Time On to allow the GPS to automatically update the time during GPS sync. The watch will
maintain any offsets to hours and minutes you made in the Set Time menu.
Setting Units
During first-time setup, you selected the system of measurement in which your data displays. You can change
this later, or choose specific data to display in different units.
• From the Settings menu, open Units.
General
Select the units for User height and weight.
• English: Units appear in feet, inches, and pounds.
• Metric: Units appear in centimeters and kilograms.
Distance
Distance data can be measured in MI (miles) or KM (kilometers).
Pace
Pace can be measured in Min/MI (minutes per mile) or Min/KM (minutes per kilometer).
Speed
Speed can be measured in MPH (miles per hour) or KPH (kilometers per hour).
Heart Rate
Heart rate can be measured in BPM (beats per minute) or % Of Max (percentage of your maximum heart rate).
Altitude
Altitude can be measured in Feet or Meters.
Selecting Sensors
After you have paired a heart rate sensor and paired and calibrated a foot pod sensor, use this setting to select
the active sensors for your workouts — GPS, Heart Rate, and/or Foot Pod.
Setting User Info
Your personal data is configured during first-time setup, but you can change it later.
1. From the Settings menu, open User Info.
2. Set the values as precisely as possible to enjoy accurate workout data calculations.
Max HR is automatically calculated from your age by the watch, but you can set it manually to a different
value.
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Configuring Workout Zones
You can set up zones for heart rate, speed, pace, and cadence. To do this, input upper and lower limits for
these workout data, and the watch will sound an alert when you are outside of this range to prompt you to
change your workout behavior to get back in zone.
Zones help you train at a specific intensity, which can help you target your workouts for a particular physical
quality.
You can set up one set of heart rate, speed, pace, and cadence zones for the chronograph, for the Interval
warmup, the interval cooldown, and one set of zones for each of the six intervals. By combining multiple zone
settings with the interval timer, you can design workouts to help you get precisely the results you want.
The benefits of knowing your pace
Pace is the number of minutes it takes you to run one mile or kilometer.
It is important to know your pace both when you are training and during a race. While training, you can set
a pace slightly higher than your race pace to build speed. When you are racing, you can adjust your pace to
make up for slow miles or avoid burnout resulting from starting out too fast.
This chart shows the pace to set to achieve your desired race time.
Target Pace
Event Finish Time
MIN/MI
MIN/KM
5K
10K
20K
Half Marathon
25K
30K
Marathon
5:00
3:06
0:15:32
0:31:04
1:02:08
1:05:33
1:17:40
1:33:12
2:11:05
5:30
3:25
0:17:05
0:34:10
1:08:20
1:12:06
1:25:25
1:42:30
2:24:11
6:00
3:43
0:18:38
0:37:17
1:14:32
1:18:39
1:33:10
1:51:48
2:37:17
6:30
4:02
0:20:11
0:40:24
1:20:44
1:25:12
1:40:55
2:01:06
2:50:23
7:00
4:20
0:21:44
0:43:30
1:26:56
1:31:45
1:48:40
2:10:24
3:03:29
7:30
4:39
0:23:17
0:46:36
1:33:08
1:38:18
1:56:25
2:19:42
3:16:35
8:00
4:58
0:24:50
0:49:42
1:39:20
1:44:51
2:04:10
2:29:00
3:29:41
8:30
5:16
0:26:23
0:52:48
1:45:32
1:51:24
2:11:55
2:38:18
3:42:47
9:00
5:35
0:27:56
0:55:54
1:51:44
1:57:57
2:19:40
2:47:36
3:55:53
9:30
5:54
0:29:29
0:59:00
1:57:56
2:04:30
2:27:25
2:56:54
4:08:59
10:00
6:12
0:31:02
1:02:06
2:04:08
2:11:03
2:35:10
3:06:12
4:22:05
10:30
6:31
0:32:35
1:05:12
2:10:20
2:17:36
2:42:55
3:15:30
4:35:11
11:00
6:50
0:34:08
1:08:18
2:16:32
2:24:09
2:50:40
3:24:48
4:48:17
11:30
7:08
0:35:41
1:11:24
2:22:44
2:30:42
2:58:25
3:34:06
5:01:23
12:00
7:27
0:37:14
1:14:30
2:28:56
2:37:15
3:06:10
3:43:24
5:14:29
12:30
7:46
0:38:47
1:17:36
2:35:08
2:43:48
3:13:55
3:52:42
5:27:35
13:00
8:04
0:40:20
1:20:42
2:41:20
2:50:21
3:21:40
4:02:00
5:40:41
13:30
8:23
0:41:53
1:23:48
2:47:32
2:56:54
3:29:25
4:11:18
5:53:47
14:00
8:41
0:43:26
1:26:54
2:53:44
3:03:27
3:37:10
4:20:36
6:06:53
What is your optimal heart rate Zone?
Your fitness goals determine what your optimal heart rate zone should be; the heart rate zone you want to
target for burning fat is different from the zone you should target for endurance training.
Use the charts below to estimate your optimal heart rate zone based on your gender, age, and goals. Working
out at the Aerobic Base level of intensity (in the middle of the charts) will help you burn fat and build aerobic
endurance. However, you can also use the watch to tailor your target heart rate zone for more specific values
appropriate to your current fitness level and your fitness goals.
NOTE: Values on these charts are based on a percentage of your maximum heart rate (MHR). Consult your
doctor before beginning an exercise program and to confirm the heart rate zone that is right for you.
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Men
Age
Light Exercise
Weight Management
Aerobic Base
Optimal Conditioning
Elite Athletic Training
Maintain a healthy heart
and get fit
Lose weight and
burn fat
Increase stamina and aerobic endurance
Sustain excellent fitness condition
Achieve superb athletic condition
50-60% MHR
60-70% MHR
70-80% MHR
80-90% MHR
90-100% MHR
15
103
123
123
144
144
164
164
185
185
205
20
100
120
120
140
140
160
160
180
180
200
25
98
117
117
137
137
156
156
176
176
195
30
95
114
114
133
133
152
152
171
171
190
35
93
111
111
130
130
148
148
167
167
185
40
90
108
108
126
126
144
144
162
162
180
45
88
105
105
123
123
140
140
158
158
175
50
85
102
102
119
119
136
136
153
153
170
55
83
99
99
116
116
132
132
149
149
165
60
80
96
96
112
112
128
128
144
144
160
65
78
93
93
109
109
124
124
140
140
155
70
75
90
90
105
105
120
120
135
135
150
75
73
87
87
102
102
116
116
131
131
145
80
70
84
84
98
98
112
112
126
126
140
NOTE: MHR is calculated as (220 – Age), in Beats per Minute (BPM), for men.
Women
Age
Light Exercise
Weight Management
Aerobic Base
Optimal Conditioning
Elite Athletic Training
Maintain a healthy heart
and get fit
Lose weight and
burn fat
Increase stamina and aerobic endurance
Sustain excellent fitness condition
Achieve superb athletic condition
80-90% MHR
90-100% MHR
50-60% MHR
60-70% MHR
70-80% MHR
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106
127
127
148
148
169
169
190
190
211
20
103
124
124
144
144
165
165
185
185
206
25
101
121
121
141
141
161
161
181
181
201
30
98
118
118
137
137
157
157
176
176
196
35
96
115
115
134
134
153
153
172
172
191
40
93
112
112
130
130
149
149
167
167
186
45
91
109
109
127
127
145
145
163
163
181
50
88
106
106
123
123
141
141
158
158
176
55
86
103
103
120
120
137
137
154
154
171
60
83
100
100
116
116
133
133
149
149
166
65
81
97
97
113
113
129
129
145
145
161
70
78
94
94
109
109
125
125
140
140
156
75
76
91
91
106
106
121
121
136
136
151
80
73
88
88
102
102
117
117
131
131
146
NOTE: MHR is calculated as (226 – Age), in Beats per Minute (BPM), for women.
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The benefits of knowing your cadence
Cadence is the number of revolutions your legs make in one minute. Another way to think of cadence is to
divide the number of steps you take in one minute in half.
A faster cadence is preferred over a slower one because it improves speed, uses less energy to cover a given
distance, and helps prevent injury, all because your feet spend less time in contact with the road.
Champion runners have an average cadence of 90-94 (180-188 steps per minute). To help to achieve this, you
can take shorter steps, wear lighter running shoes, and make sure that with each step you are landing with
your foot underneath your knee instead of out in front of it.
Setting Up Zones
1. From the CHRONO ZONES, WARMUP ZONES, INT # ZONES, or COOLDOWN ZONES menu, open ALERT.
2.Open Chrono to set up zones for the chronograph, or Interval to set up zones for the interval timer.
3. If you selected INT TIMER, open an interval.
4. Open the zone to set (HR, Pace, Speed, or Cadence) and toggle the Active field to Yes.
5.Open Set and set the Low (bottom limit) and High (upper limit) of the selected zone.
Setting up Zone ALERT
1. From the Chrono Zones, WARMUP ZONES, INT # ZONES, or COOLDOWN ZONES menu, open Alert.
2. Select the zone that will trigger the alert in the Type field.
3.Turn Vibrate On or Off.
4. Select the audible Alert to sound when you are out of zone.
Note: While setting the active zone and its alerts controls audible and/or vibrating notification of an out-ofzone condition, you will receive visual notification for ALL displayed data that has a set zone (HR, PACE, SPEED
or CADENCE) in Chrono and Int Timer modes. The watch will display h for when that data is above your zone
and i for when you are below your zone.
Setting the Alarm
Set the alarm to receive an alert (audible and/or vibration) at a specific time as often as you designate.
1. From the Settings menu, open Alarm.
2.Open Time and set the time the alarm will sound.
3.Set Armed to Yes.
4.Set the Frequency. You can set the alarm to sound just once, every day, on a specific day of the week, only
on weekdays, or only on weekends.
5. Set the Vibrate to On or Off.
6. Set the audible ALERT to one of two sounds or NONE.
When the alarm is on, the x icon displays on the Time screen, and the alarm will sound at the specified
time and frequency.
Setting Watch Preferences
Watch preferences are general behaviors of the watch, including chimes, beeps, and text color.
1. From the Settings menu, open Watch.
2.Turn Hourly Chime On to hear a beep at the top of each hour.
3.Turn Button Beep On to hear a beep every time you press a button.
4.Set Text Color to White or Black to change the color of the background and onscreen text.
Changing Display Language
The display language is set during first-time setup, but you can change it later.
1. From the Settings menu, open Language.
2. Change the Setting field to the language in which you want watch screens to display.
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INDIGLO® Night-Light
• Press the Indiglo® button to activate the night-light for a few seconds.
• Hold the Indiglo® button until the watch beeps once (about four seconds) to activate Night-Mode™ for
about eight hours. While Night-Mode™ is active, press any button to activate the night-light for a few
seconds.
• Hold the Indiglo® button until the watch beeps twice (about six seconds) to activate Constant On. The
night-light stays on for seven to eight hours. Press Indiglo® again to turn off the night-light.
Resetting the Watch
If your watch buttons become inoperable, you can reset the watch back to working order while maintaining
almost all of your settings and workout data.
• Simultaneously press all four “corner” buttons (, , BACK, and INDIGLO) for three seconds until the
TIMEX name appears. The watch will reset, and the Time and Date will need to be set.
NOTE: All of the watch’s stored data and remaining settings will remain unaffected.
Settings/About Menu
You can reset the watch back to the default state. The watch settings will all revert back to the default settings
for the firmware version indicated on your watch. All saved workouts are deleted.
1. From the Settings menu, open About.
2.Select Factory Reset.
3.Select Yes.
The next time you press a button after resetting the watch, first-time setup will begin.
Downloading Workout Data and Reviewing on your Computer
Download workout data to the free online log powered by TrainingPeaks™ to help you analyze and plan your
training regimen.
1.Create a TrainingPeaks™ account at:
http://TimexIronman.com/DeviceAgent
2. Connect the charging clip to the watch, then plug the USB cable into the computer.
3. Open the Device Agent on your computer.
4.Select the Run Trainer™ 2.0 from the Device field, and make sure your account is selected in the Username
field.
Note: Add your new account to the Device Agent by clicking File, then Edit Login Accounts. Click on the
“+” in the Manage User Accounts window to add your new account information.
5. Click Open Files to display the workouts in the Activities List.
6. Hold the SHIFT key and click to highlight the files you want from your watch. Click OK.
7. Leave the boxes checked for those workouts you want sent to your online account and click Save.
8. When the workout transfer is complete, click Login to enter the online log, or close the Device Agent
and unplug the watch from the computer.
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Troubleshooting
Problems Connecting to the GPS
If you can’t get a GPS fix, try these steps:
• Make sure that you are outside. It can be very difficult to acquire a fix indoors.
• Move away from buildings and tall trees. Large structures can block the satellite signals.
• Stand still. Movement can increase the time it takes for the GPS to acquire a satellite signal.
Note: While the first GPS fix can take some time to acquire, obtaining subsequent fixes is usually faster as the
GPS searches for recently acquired satellites first.
Problems Connecting to the Heart Rate Sensor
If you can’t get heart rate data from the sensor, try these steps:
• Make sure heart rate sensor is on and is fitted correctly. Poor placement can keep the heart rate sensor
from obtaining a reading. See Setting up the Optional Heart Rate Sensor.
• Use the Sensors menu to search for the heart rate sensor. There may have been a problem with the
previous pairing operation. See Setting up the Optional Heart Rate Sensor.
• Install a fresh battery in the heart rate sensor. A low battery can make the heart rate sensor signal weak
or nonexistent.
Problems Connecting to the Foot Pod
• Use the Sensors menu to search for the foot pod. There may have been a problem with the previous
pairing operation. See Setting up the Optional Foot Pod.
• Install a fresh battery in the foot pod. A low battery can make the foot pod signal weak or nonexistent.
Problems Connecting to a Computer
• Make sure the metal teeth on the charging clip line up with the metal discs on the back of the watch,
and that the charging cable is plugged in to the USB port on the computer. Firm connections are essential to communication between the watch and the computer.
• Make sure the Device Agent is open in the computer. All communication between the watch and the
computer is managed by the Device Agent.
• Make sure you have selected the Run Trainer™ 2.0 in the Device Agent. The Device Agent must be set to
establish a connection with a specific device type.
• If all of these conditions are met, but the Device Agent does not show the watch as connected, leave the
charging clip attached to the watch and unplug the USB end of the charging cable from the computer.
Then, reconnect the charging cable to the USB port on the computer.
Water Resistance
The Run Trainer™ 2.0 GPS is water resistant to 50 meters.
Water-Resistance Depth
p.s.i.a. *Water Pressure Below Surface
50m/164ft
86
*pounds per square inch absolute
Warning: To maintain water resistance, do not press any buttons under water.
• Watch is water-resistant only as long as lens, push buttons, and case remain intact.
• Watch is not a dive watch and should not be used for diving.
• Rinse watch with fresh water after exposure to salt water.
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Warranty and Service
Timex International Warranty (U.S. Limited Warranty)
Your Timex® Device 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 Device 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 DEVICE:
1. after the warranty period expires;
2. if the Device 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, Device 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 Device to Timex, one of its affiliates or the Timex retailer where
the Device was purchased, together with a completed original Repair Coupon or, in the U.S. 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 Device 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£3.50 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 03 81 63 42 51 (10 am – 12 Noon). For Germany/
Austria: call +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 Repair
Mailer for your convenience in obtaining factory service.
Service
If your Timex® Device should ever need servicing, send it to Timex as set forth in the Timex International
Warranty or addressed to:
TG SERVICE CENTER, P.O. Box 2740, Little Rock, AR 72203
For service questions, call 1-800-328-2677
For your convenience in obtaining factory service, participating Timex retailers can provide you with a preaddressed Mailer.
See the Timex International Warranty for specific instructions on the care and service of your Timex® Device:
Should you need a replacement strap or band, call 1-800-328-2677.
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THIS IS YOUR REPAIR COUPON. KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE.
Timex International Warranty Repair Coupon
Original Purchase Date:____________________________________________________
(attach a copy of sales receipt, if available)
Purchased by:_____________________________________________________________
(name, address, telephone number)
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(name and address)
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FCC Notice (U.S.) / IC Notice (Canada):
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.
This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B] est
conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
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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® Run Trainer™ 2.0
Model Number:
M503/M255/M012
conforms to the following specifications:
R&TTE: 1999/05/EC
Standards:
CENELEC EN 55024: Issue:2010/11/01 (M255)
CENELEC EN 55022: Issue:2010/12/01 (M255)
ETSI EN 301 489-1: Issued:2008/04/01 V1.8.1 (M012/M503)
ETSI EN 301 489-3: Issued:2002/08/01 V1.4.1 (M012/M503)
ETSI EN 301 489-17 (M255)
EN 61000-3-2: 2009 (M012)
EN 61000-3-3: 2008 (M012)
EN 61000-4-2: 2008 (M012)
EN 61000-4-3: 2010 (M012)
EN 61000-4-4: 2010 (M012)
EN 61000-4-5: 2005 (M012)
EN 61000-4-6: 2008 (M012)
EN 61000-4-8: 2009 (M012)
EN 61000-4-11: 2004 (M012)
ETSI EN 300 440-1 - V1.4.1 :2008 (M503)
ETSI EN 300 440-2 - V1.2.1:2008 /V1.4.1 :2002 (M012/M503)
ETSI EN 300 328 (M255)
LVD: 2006/95/EC
Standards:
N 60601-1-2: 2007 (EN 55011/A2: 2007) (M012)
E
IEC/EN 60950-1: Issue:2005/12/08 Ed:2 (M255/M503)
Digital Device Emissions
Standards:
FCC 47CFR 15C: Issued:2007/10/01 (M012/M255/M503)
IC RSS 210: Issued:2010/12/01 Issue:8 (M012/M255/M503)
SAI AS/NZS 4268: Issue: 2008/09/26 (M012/M503)
SAI AS/NZS Cispr 22:2009 (M012/M255)
IC ICES-003 Issued:2020/08/01 Issue:5 (M255)
Agent:
Sam Everett
Quality Regulatory Engineer
Date: 18 October, 2012, Middlebury, Connecticut, U.S.A. ©2013 Timex Group USA, Inc. TIMEX, TRIATHLON, INDIGLO, RUN TRAINER, and NIGHT-MODE are trademarks
of Timex Group B.V. and its subsidiaries. IRONMAN and MDOT are registered trademarks of World Triathlon
Corporation. Used here by permission. SiRF and the SiRF logo are registered trademarks of CSR. SiRFstarIV is a
trademark of CSR. ANT+ and the ANT+ Logo are trademarks of Dynastream Innovations, Inc.
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