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CHAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Read and Save These Instructions ..................................................................
Setting up the Stepper ..................................................................................
Installation Requirements ..............................................................................
Preventative Maintenance and Cleaning Tips ...................................................
CHAPTER 2: USING MANAGER PREFERENCE
2.1
2.2
2.3
Using Manager Mode ....................................................................................
Using CSAFE ................................................................................................
Console (back side) Access Layout ..................................................................
CHAPTER 3: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
3.1
Stepper ................................................................................................................
CHAPTER 4: USING THE STEPPER
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Pausing the Unit ...................................................................................................
Console Description ...............................................................................................
Manual Operation ..................................................................................................
Operating Level Based Programs .............................................................................
Fit Test .................................................................................................................
Heart Rate Control .................................................................................................
Constant Watts ......................................................................................................
CHAPTER 5: STEPPER SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS AND ASSEMBLY GUILDS
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Stepper Specifications ..............................................................................................
Fasteners .................................................................................................................
Assembly Steps ......................................................................................................
Optional Entertainment Accessory ..............................................................................
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CHAPTER 1: Important Safety Instructions
1.1
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
• This stepper is intended for commercial use
• To insure your safety and protect the equipment, read all instructions before operating the MATRIX Stepper.
• Unsupervised Children must be kept away from this equipment CAUTION
: If you experience chest pain, nausea, dizziness or shortness of breath, STOP exercising immediately and consult a
physician before continuing.
When using an electrical product, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
• Always unplug this equipment from the electrical outlet immediately after
using and before cleaning.
Your MATRIX stepper is self-generating (requiring no external power source)
and must be pedaled to power up the console.
The battery needs to be charged for 3-4 hours when first installed. Until the
battery is fully charged, the 30 second pause feature may not function fully. The charging does not need to be continuous for 3-4 hours, but over combined workouts equaling 3-4 hours.
WARNING
: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock or
injury to persons that may be associated with using this product:
• An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in.
Unplug the entertainment equipment from outlet when not in
use and before putting on or taking off parts.
• This product must be used for its intended purpose described
in this Owner’s Guide. Do not use other attachments that are
not recommended by the manufacturer. Attachments may cause injury.
• To prevent electrical shock, never drop or insert any object
into any opening.
• Do not remove side covers. Service should only be done by an
authorized service technician.
• Never operate the Stepper with the air opening blocked. Keep
the air opening clean, free, of lint, hair and the like.
• Never operate the product if it has a damaged cord or plug, if
it is not working properly, if it has been damaged, or immersed
in water.
Return the unit to a service center for examination and repair.
• Do not carry this unit by entertainment equipment poser cord or use cord as handle.
• Keep any of the entertainment equipment power cords away
from heated surfaces
• Keep hands and loose clothing away from moving parts.
• Close supervision is necessary when the Stepper is used by or
near children or disabled persons.
• Do not use outdoors.
• Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
• Connect this Stepper to a properly grounded outlet only.
• To disconnect, turn all entertainment controls to the off
position, then remove plug from outlet.
1.2 SETTING UP THE STEPPER
Assembly instructions have been provided with your Stepper. For your
safety, please read and follow each of the steps in the assembly guide.
1.3 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Your Matrix Stepper is designed to be self contained and does not
require a power supply to operate. It has an internal battery to
initialize and display the workout readout or information while stepping
to a stop. The unit’s battery is recharged every time you exercise for
a reasonable period of time.
CAUTION
: Use of the wrong power supply for the entertainment device may cause damage to your Stepper and/or entertainment device.
Locate a level, stable surface to position the Stepper. The Stepper has
leveling feet located under the foot support. If your Stepper wobbles in
the location where you intended to use it, loosen the lock nut on the
adjusting foot and adjust the feet until stable. Once level, lock the
adjusting feet by tightening the lock nut to the frame.
1.4 BATTERY CHARGE
The Stepper saves its battery charge by moving into a shutdown
mode whenever STEP FASTER appears on the display. If the user
does not maintain a step rate above 35 steps per minute, then a
30-second shutdown process begins.
When the battery voltage is low, LOW BATTERY appears on the display if
the unit is moving into the shutdown mode. The following situation is
the time to recharge the battery:
If no one has used the unit for an extended period of time, the battery may need recharging.
•
The unit continues to function with a low battery, however, user
and program information is lost once the user stops.
•
If the battery must be recharged, use the optional power adapter
charging unit. The charger should be connected to the Stepper
for a minimum of eight hours to ensure a thorough charge. After
a completion of charge, the battery light turns from red into green
(see illustration). If LOW BATTERY still appears on the display in a
full of charging, the battery could be extinct. Please check with an
authorized service technician for replacing the battery.
CAUTION
: The battery stored inside the unit contains
hazardous materials to the environment. Proper disposal of the battery
is required by the local law.
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CHAPTER 1: Important Safety Instructions
CHAPTER 2: Using Manager Preference
2.1 USING MANAGER PREFERENCE MODE
Your Matrix Stepper is designed to allow you to customize settings for your
preferences and diagnostics. The Manager Mode can only be accessed while
the Stepper is powered up. Follow the instructions to adjust the Stepper
computer to your desired setting.
STEP 1: Power up the Stepper and hold the UP and DOWN ARROW KEYS
for 3 seconds. The word “Manager” will appear in the alphanumeric window and will enter into the Manager setting automatically
after 3 seconds. Continue to step until finished.
STEP 2: Select information you would like to view or change from the
following list by using the UP or DOWN ARROWS. Press SELECT.
Manager mode will allow you to view and set the following:
1.5 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING TIPS
Preventative maintenance and daily cleaning will prolong the life and look of
your Matrix Stepper.
Please read and follow these tips:
• Position the equipment away from direct sunlight. The intense UV light can cause discoloration of plastics.
P0: Maximum Time
P1: Default Time
P2: Default Level
P3: Default Weight
P4: English / Matric
P5: Machine
P6: Cardio Entertainment
P7: Accumulated Distance
P8: Accumulated Time
P9: Language
P10: Software Version
P11: Error Log
• Locate your equipment in an area with cool temperatures and low humidity
STEP 3: Use UP or DOWN ARROWS to increase or decrease values.
• Clean with a soft, 100% cotton cloth
STEP 4: Press START to save and enter selected values and exit to STEP 2.
• Clean with soap and water or other non-ammonia based all purpose cleaners.
STEP 5: Exit by pressing START. Screen will reset to start up.
• Wipe handles, heart rate grips and handlebars clean after each use.
• Do not pour liquids directly onto your equipment. This can cause damage to the equipment and in some cases electrocution.
• Adjust leveling feet when equipment wobbles or rocks.
• Maintain a clean area around equipment free from dust and dirt.
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CHAPTER 2: Using Manager Preference
CHAPTER 3: Serial Number Location
2.2 USING CSAFE
Matrix is the leader in entertainment availability. On the back of the console
are two RJ45 receptacles. They are marked CSAFE and ENTERTAINMENT.
Use the CSAFE port to plug in a CSAFE device using an RJ45 connector.
The connection is as follows:
SERIAL # PLACEMENT
2.3 USING (BACK SIDE) ACCESS LAYOUT:
SERIAL#
PLACEMENT
Below is a layout to all of the access ports on the back of your Matrix
Console.
REPROGRAMMING
CONNECTOR
CSAFE
PORT
CSAFE
ENTERTAINMENT
PORT
ENTERTAINMENT
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CHAPTER 4: Using The Stepper
4.1 PAUSING THE UNIT
4.3 MANUAL OPERATION
Once you stop stepping, your console has a 30 second pause feature. You
will know that the machine is paused because the console will display a
bouncing green dot. If the dot is not displayed, the 9-volt battery located in
the back of the console needs to be replaced. Simply remove the screw to
access the battery compartment and replace the 9-volt battery.
Use the programs with the touch of a button.
4.2 CONSOLE DESCRIPTION
STEP 1: Press SELECT program button
QUICK START: Start pedaling and press START to begin your workout. Manual
mode allows you to enter your desired time, level and weight.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start the program.
STEP 2: Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 3: Select Weight by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display will show “Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.”
4.4 OPERATING LEVEL BASED PROGRAMS
Your Matrix Cycle offers versatile programs to keep the user motivated.
The following instructions will guide you through simple steps to select
INTERVALS, ROLLING, FAT BURN and RANDOM programs.
STEP 1: Press the PROGRAM button
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start the program.
STEP 2: Select LEVEL by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
You can change the level at anytime during the workout.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 3: Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 4: Select WEIGHT by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display will show “Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.”
PROGRAMS: Simple program selection buttons make Matrix Cycles easy to
use. Matrix Cycles feature eight programs.
START/QUICK START: One Touch Quick Start and Start any time during pref-
erence selection.
UP/DOWN: Easy information and level selection.
SELECT/SELECT SCREEN/ RESET: This multi-function button enters informa-
tion when setting up programming options, toggles information displayed and
if held down for 5 seconds, resets the Cycle to Start-up mode.
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CHAPTER 4: Using The Stepper
4.5 FIT TEST
Age
EXCELLENT GOOD
ABOVE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
BELOW
AVERAGE
POOR
VERY POOR
18-25
<79
79-89
90-99
100-105
106-116
117-128
>128
26-35
<81
81-89
90-99
100-107
108-117
118-128
>128
36-45
<83
83-96
97-103
104-112
113-119
120-130
>130
46-55
<87
87-97
98-105
106-116
117-122
123-132
>132
56-65
<86
86-97
98-103
104-112
113-120
121-129
>129
65 +
<88
88-96
97-103
104-113
114-120
121-130
>130
Age
EXCELLENT
GOOD
ABOVE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
BELOW
AVERAGE
POOR
VERY POOR
18-25
<85
85-98
99-108
109-117
118-126
127-140
>140
26-35
<88
88-99
100-111
112-119
120-126
127-138
>138
36-45
<90
90-102 103-110
111-118
119-128
129-140
>140
46-55
<94
94-104
105-115
116-120
121-129
130-135
>135
56-65
<95
95-104
105-112
113-118
119-128
129-139
>139
65 +
<90
90-102
103-115
116-122
123-128
129-134
>134
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CHAPTER 4: Using The Stepper
4.6 HEART RATE CONTROL
4.7 CONSTANT WATTS
For your convenience, Matrix Fitness Stepper come standard with digital contact heart rate sensors and are Polar® telemetry compatible.
CONSTANT WATTS program is a unique program that allows you to vary your
cadence and the Stepper’s resistance will adjust accordingly to your selected
goal.
Locate the metal sensors in the handrail. Notice there are two separate
pieces of metal on each grip. You must be making contact with both pieces
of each grip to get an accurate heart rate reading. You can grab these sensors in any program to view your current heart rate. The heart rate readout is
located in the lower right hand corner and is labeled HEART HR.
Follow these easy steps to enter into the Target HR Program.
STEP 1: Press TARGET HR button
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start the program.
STEP 2: Select AGE by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 3: Select PERCENT by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
Follow these easy steps to enter into the Constant Watts Program.
STEP 1: Press PROGRAM button
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start the program.
STEP 2: Select WATTS by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 3: Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 4: Select Weight by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display will show “Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.”
STEP 4: Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 5: Select Weight by using the UP or DOWN ARROW KEYS.
Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display will show “Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.”
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CHAPTER 5: Stepper Specifications, Parts,
and
Assembly Steps
S3x-01
Power Requirements
120V/220V
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and
Assembly Steps
FASTENERS
REFERENCE
SKETCH
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
PAKEAGE COLOR
Z01
SOCKET HEAD BOLT(M8x16L)
8
WHITE
Z02
LOCK WASHER
8
WHITE
Z34
SOCKET HEAD BOLT(M8x25L)
2
BLUE
Z02
LOCK WASHER
4
BLACK
Z07
BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M8x40L)
4
BLACK
Z02
LOCK WASHER
2
YELLOW
Z10
BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M8x45L)
2
YELLOW
Z03
SCREW SET
2
ORANGE
Z05
BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M8x16L)
4
ORANGE
Z06
ARC WASHER
8
ORANGE
Z04
LOCK WASHER
3
GREEN
Z05
BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M8x16L)
3
GREEN
Z09
BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M5x15L)
4
RED
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Z34
Water Bottle
Holder
4
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