OPERATION MANUAL 1.0
S23 commercial
Series
use
If you have any problems for STEX S23 series,
Call +82 31 463 7924
158-1 Bakdal 2-dong Manan-gu Anyang-si
Gyeonggi-do Korea.Rep.
http://www.stexfitness.com
E-mail: stex@stexfitness.com
ⓒ 2012 TAEHA MECHATRONICS CO., LTD.
All rights reserved. Printed in Korea
CAUTION
Read all precautions and instructions in this manual before using
this product. Save this manual for the future reference.
Contents
09 09
KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
10 11
S23T DISPLAY CONSOLE & DESCRIPTIONS
12 12
S23TX DISPLAY CONSOLE & DESCRIPTIONS
13 14
BASIC OPERATION
03 06
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
15 20
HOW TO USE S23T
07 07
2. NEW FEATURES OF S23 TREADMILLS
08 08
09 12
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33 35
36 36
37 37
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
4. KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
5. HOW TO USE
6. MAINTENANCE TIPS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
7. EXERCISE TIPS
8. WARRANTY
9. APPENDIX-FIT TEST
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HOW TO USE S23TX
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the following important safety
This appliance is not intended to use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
instructions before using the treadmill.
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they should be given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by person responsible for their satety.
FORBIDDANCE
DANGER
NOTICE
Always unplug the power cord immediately after use the
treadmill, before cleaning the treadmill, and before performing
the adjustment procedures described in this manual.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Servicing other than the
procedures in this manual
should be performed by an
authorised service
representative only.
Never operate the treadmill
if it has been dropped,
damaged, or even partially
immersed in water.
If any of these occur, contact
stex customer support services.
Keep the power cord away
from heated surfaces.
Position the treadmill on a
clear, leveled surface. Do not
place the treadmill on thick
carpet as it may interfere
with proper ventilation.
Do not use accessory
attachments that are not
recommended by the
manufacturer.
Such attachments might cause
injuries or damages the unit.
Make sure that all parts are
tightened before using the
treadmill
Never drop or insert any object
into any opening.
Do not carry this appliance
by power supply cord or use cord
as a handle.
Do not use an extension cord
of multiple connection or an
ungrounded outlet.
Do not stand or climb on the
motor cover, handrails or the
electronic console.
If the power cord is damaged
or the treadmill does not
operate properly, do not use
the treadmill.
Do not operate the treadmill
where flammable sprays or
inflammable substances are
used. Such substances create
the danger of combustion and
explosion.
When the walking belt is worn
away, replace with a new
walking belt immediately.
The worn walking belt is subject
to cause static electricity.
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WARNING
Your treadmill requires a
dedicated 220V AC
(50/60Hz) 10A grounded
outlet circuit.
We recommend the use of
a surge protector.
Use the treadmill only as
described in this manual.
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Keep it indoors, away from
moisture and dust.
Connect this appliance to a
properly grounded outlet only.
See Grounding Instructions.
(page 6)
-The ground helps to prevent
electrical damage to your treadmill
and enhances your safety by
preventing shock.
CAUTION
Clean the treadmill with a dry
and soft cloth. Do not use an
abrasive cleaner on the
electronic console or plastic
cover since it can scratch the
surface or change colour.
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thinner
aerosol
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Risk of injury to persons-To Avoid
Injury, stand on theside rails
before startingtreadmill.
The heart rate sensors are not
medical devices. Various factors,
including the user’s movement,
may affect the accuracy of heart
rate readings.
-The heart rate sensors are intended
only as exercise aids in determining
heart rate trends in general.
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1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
USER’S EXERCISE GUIDES
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be properly grounded. In case of malfunction or breakdown, proper
WARNING
Before starting any exercise
program, consult with your
physician or health professional.
-This is important especially for
persons over the age of 35 or persons
with pre-existing health problems.
grounding provides path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of
Keep children under the age
of 12 and pets away from the
equipment at all times.
Never allow more than one
person on the equipment
at a time.
electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local code and ordinances.
DANGER- Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to
whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the
product if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by qualified electrician.
If you feel pain or dizziness at
any time while exercising,
stop immediately and begin
taking a rest.
Keeping your eyes focused
straight ahead will help you
maintaining your balance.
Wear appropriate exercise
clothing and athletic shoes
when using the equipment.
This product is for use on a nominal 220-volt (110-volt /USA) circuit and has a grounding
plug that looks like the plug illustrated in Figure 1-1(Figure 1-2). Make sure that the
product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug. No adapter
should be used with this product.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Adjust your own speed and
grade.
-Never make adjustments for
another person or allow someone
else to make adjustments for you.
Always hold the handrails in
reverse walking to avoid any
possibility of being falling
down and use at under 4km/h
(2.5mph).
Never let your bare hands or
a part of your body touch the
walking belt directly at any
point when the treadmill is in
operation.
Do not overexert yourself or
work to exhaustion.
Step off the treadmill after
coming to a complete standstill.
When the treadmill is not in
use, always move the on/off
switch to the off position then
unplug the power cord.
GROUNDED OUTLET
GROUNDED PIN
<Figure 1-1>
Supply Voltage(VAC)
Frequency(Hz)
Rated Current(Amps)
100
50/60
20
110
50/60
20
120
50/60
20
200
50/60
10
50/60
10
50/60
10
220
230
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[ Figure 1-2 / USA ]
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2. NEW FEATURES OF S23 TREADMILLS
3. SPECIFICATIONS
The STEX S23 treadmills are the new name for the premium treadmills of “STEX”.
SPECIFICATIONS
Advanced , durable S23 Treadmill will make your mind and body not only stronger but also balanced
physically.
S23T
Speed
S23TX
0.8 ~ 20 km/h / 0.5 ~12.4mph
Elevation
0 ~ 16 %
Driving Motor
Driving Controller
Hybrid Control
Running Surface
W550 X L1560 (mm) / W21.6 x L 61.4(inch)
Product Size
Product Weight
Entertainment enhancements
Efficient fast track zone
5.0HP AC Treadmill Duty
W 960 X L 2143 X H1607 (mm) / W37.7 x L 84.3 x H63.2(inch)
235kg - 518lb
Roller Diameter
Display
245kg - 540lb
100mm / 3.9(inch)
Dot(24x8),6FND,
15" LCD HDTV
9LED Indicator
Display Readouts
Speed, Grade, Time(Elapsed/Remaining),
Distance(Elapsed/Remaining), Calorie, Heart Rate, PACE,
METS, Workout Profile, VO2max with Score(Fit Test Only)
Program
Intelligent suspension
Back cover
Advanced elastomer to
Safety-oriented design
cushion shock.
Heart Rate System
26 Programs + Fit test Programs (6Programs)
Enhanced Intelligent Touch Heart Rate System
Polar Telemetry Receiver
Standard
Maximum User Weight
USB
S23 Treadmill
Belt & Deck
Pre-lubricated Belt and Double Sided Deck
Power Source
Frame Color
Black
Charge + Memory
Speed, Grade, Start, Stop, Emergency Clip
iPod
Silver
Charge
Fast Track
Absorbing System
Frame Color
180kg (400lb)
Warranty
Options
Stress Neutralization System
Sound +Charge
Sound +Video+Charge
220V(50/60Hz), 110V (50/60Hz)
Black / Sliver
3 years (Frame 7 years / LCD Panel 2 years)
RS-232, CSAFE(Power Only) and HDMI(S23TX Only)
Product appearance and specifications may be changed without notice to improve quality of the product.
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4. KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
4. KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
PARTS NAME OF S23T
S23T DISPLAY CONSOLE & DESCRIPTIONS
Display
External input
DOWNLODER
CSAFE POWER
Display Console
Fast Trackn Zone
UNAVAILABLE
Touch Heart Rate Sensor
TIME ELAPSED
CALORIES
H/R
DISTANCE
Elapsed workout time Consumption calories Heart Rate per minute Elapsed workout distance
TIME REMAINING
(indicates average
CAL/min
REMAIN
Remain workout time Consumption calories
heart rate when
DISTANCE REMAINING
PACE
per minute
finishing workout)
Remain workout distance
Required time when
METS
you get to a 1mile
Metabolic equivalent
INTENSITY GRAPH
Displays workout profiles
Display
Support
Handrail
select Information
icon/switch every
5 seconds
Motor Cover
Walking Belt
Deck
Non-Slip pad
Safety
Back Cap
GRADE
Indicates average
grade when
finishing workout
SPEED
indicates current
speed
(indicates average
speed when
finishing workout)
Front Wheel
S23 SERIES MULTIMEDIA CONNECTIVITY
Frame
Leveler
External Input
Network circuit board
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Belt Tensioning
Bolts
POWER SWITCH
POWER CABLE
TV ANTENNA(TX MODEL)
COMMUNICATION(OPTIONAL:RS-232,CSAFE Power Only)
HDMI (S23TX Only)
USB
HEADPHONE
iPod
If you don’t hear any sounds after connecting iPod cable to the iPod,
disconnect
earphone from the iPod, then connect earphone to
the iPod again.
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4. KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
4. KEY PARTS AND COMPONENTS
S23T FAST TRACK KEYS
S23TX DISPLAY(Touch Optional)
COOL DOWN
Reduce workout intensity
to finish workout
for 3 minutes
TIME CONTROL
Set workout time
(Possible to set time
during workout)
PAUSE
Stop workout for a minute
PROGRAM
Select program
(Possible to select preset
program or manual
during workout)
SELECT INDICATION OF
WORKOUT INFORMATION
Indicates workout information
by using corresponed botton
(Possible to select one of them
or switch them every 5 seconds)
emergency
S23TX FAST TRACK KEYS
0~9(NUMERIC KEYS)
Input work date
Input speed
during workout
RESET
Cancel, Back
to previous
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ENTER
OK, Set
input data
STOP
START
Stop
Start
workout workout
EMERGENCY
Emergency stop
GRADE DIRECT
Select grade
by one touch
SPEED DIRECT
Select speed
by one touch
GRADE UP(+)/DOWN(-)
Increase/
decrease grade(0.5%)
SPEED UP(+)/DOWN(-)
Increase/
decrease speed(0.1km/h)
ON/OFF
LCD monitor
power ON/OFF
SOURCE
Converse
TV/VIDEO/MP3
in sequence
DISPLAY
Converse main screenmiddle & full screen
in sequence
VOL. UP(+)/DOWN(-)
Volume up/down
CH. UP(+)/DOWN(-)
Channel up/down
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5. HOW TO USE
5. HOW TO USE
BASIC OPERATION
POWER SOURCE
BASIC OPERATION
COOL DOWN
1. Turn the power switch on.
Press “COOL DOWN” button, then cool down mode is activated during
2. After initializing ("wait" will be shown on the screen), workout can be
(3minutes).
started.
START WORKOUT
Press “START” button to start workout
INPUT USER WEIGHT
1. Input user weights between [30kg and 180kg(66 to 550lb)] by using
OVER 10km/h : 6.2mph
: 5.5 km/h:3.4mph/h(1min)
3.5 km/h:2.1mph/h(1min)
2.7 km/h:1.6mph(1min)
BETWEEN 3.5km/h : 2.1mph ~ 9.9 km/h : 1.6mph
: 3.5 km/h:2.1mph(1min)
2.7 km/h:1.6mph(2min)
BELOW 3.5km/h : 2.1mph
: 2.7 km/h:1.6mph (3min)
Current speed is going steady. (3min)
UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
2. User weights shows on the SPEED window.
PAUSE
3. After input user weights, press “START” or “ENTER” button to start
workout.
Press “PAUSE” button.
This state is held during 1 minute. To resume workout, press “START”
CHANGE SPEED
Change the speed by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys. Also, you can
button. After 1minute paused, the treadmill will be stopped automatically.
STOP WORKOUT
change the speed by SPEED DIRECT KEYS [3km/h(2mph), 6km/h(4mph),
9km/h(6mph)]
Press “STOP” button to quit workout
Workout summary(Workout time, calorie consumption, Average Heart rate,
CHANGE GRADE
Distance) shows on the display. On the “SPEED” and “GRADE” window,
average speed and grade values will be displayed.
Change the grade by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
Also, you can change the grade by GRADE DIRECT KEY(0%, 3%, 6%)
HEART RATE MEASURING
EMERGENCY STOP
Press “EMERGENCY STOP” button, then “EMERGENCY STOP” will be
displayed and the treadmill will be stopped. Press “STOP” button to release
Measure heart rate by holding touch H/R sensor.(or using chest bar)
EMERGENCY state.
On measuring, “*” shows on the display. If you do not grip the touch
heart rate sensor, it does not be measured.
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5. HOW TO USE
OPERATION PRESET PROGRAM
HRC PROGRAM (1-10)
1. Select program by using "PROGRAM" button.
2. Select among PRESET, HRC(Heart-rate control), MANUAL, FITTEST by
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using "PROGRAM" or UP(+), DOWN(-)button.
Select HRC program among 12 programs by using "PROGRAM" or UP(+),
3. After select program, start workout using "START" or "ENTER" button.
DOWN(-)button.
H/R FATBURN and H/R CARDIO have different input stage.
PRESET PROGRAM
1
(refer to next page)
SELECT PRESET PROGRAM
Select PRESET program among 10 programs by using "PROGRAM" or UP(+),
DOWN(-)button.
(BEGINNER : 1~4, INTERMEDIATE: 1~3, ADVANCED: 1~3)
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PROG1. BEGINNER1
PROG6. INTERMEDIATE2
PROG2. BEGINNER2
PROG7. INTERMEDIATE3
PROG3. BEGINNER3
PROG8. ADVANCED1
PROG4. BEGINNER4
PROG9. ADVANCED2
PROG5. INTERMEDIATE1
PROG10. ADVANCED3
INPUT EXERCISE TIME
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3
4
User weight shows on the “SPEED” window.
After that, press “START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
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4. Fat Burn I
8. Crosscountry
12. H/R Cardio
INPUT TARGET CALORIES
INPUT MAX. SPEED
INPUT MAX. GRADE
Max grade shows on the "GRADE" window.
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INPUT USER AGES
Input value(10~99)by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
User age shows on the "SPEED" window.
Max grade shows on the “GRADE” window.
numeric keys.
11. H/R Fat Burn
You can set the speed within the programmed max. grade.
You can set the speed within the programmed max. grade.
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 lb)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
10. Body Shaping
7. Mountain
You can input min. 0%.
You can input min. 0%.
INPUT USER WEIGHTS
6. Marathon
3. Cardio
Max speed shows on the "SPEED" window.
Max speed shows on the “SPEED” window.
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2. Fitness
You can set the speed within the programmed max. speed.
You can set the speed within the programmed max. speed.
INPUT MAX. GRADE
9. Silver Aging
You can input min. 6km/h(3mph).
You can input min. 6km/h(3mph).
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5. Fat Burn II
Target calorie shows on the "CALORIES" window.
Workout time shows on the “TIME” window.
INPUT MAX. SPEED
1. Keep Health
Input value(100~9999 kcal)by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys
Input value 10 to 90 min by using UP(+), DOWN(-) button or numeric keys.
3
SELECT HRC PROGRAM (1-10)
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INPUT USER WEIGHTS
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 lb)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
numeric keys.
After that, press “START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
User weights shows on the “SPEED” window.
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5. HOW TO USE
5. HOW TO USE
HRC PROGRAM (1-10)
1
2
INPUT EXERCISE TIME
MANUAL PROGRAM
1
SELECT MANUAL PROGRAM
Input value 10 to 90 min by using UP(+), DOWN(-) button or numeric keys.
Select among TIME BASED, DISTANCE BASED and CALORIE BASED by using
Workout time shows on the “TIME” window.
“PROGRAM” or UP(+), DOWN(-) button.
PROG1. TIME BASED
INPUT USER AGES
Input value(10~99)by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
2
PROG2. DISTANCE BASED
PROG3. CALORIE BASED
INPUT EXERCISE TIME
User ages shows on the "SPEED" window.
Input value 10 to 90 min by using UP(+), DOWN(-) button or numeric keys.
3
Workout time shows on the “TIME” window.
INPUT MAX. SPEED
You can input min. 6km/h(3mph).
3
INPUT TARGET DISTANCE
You can set the speed within the programmed max. speed.
Input value(1~65km/h, 1~40mph) by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
Max speed shows on the "SPEED" window.
numeric keys. Distance shows on the "DISTANCE" window.
4
INPUT MAX. GRADE
4
INPUT TARGET CALORIES
You can input min. 0%.
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You can set the speed within the programmed max. grade.
Input value(100~9999kcal)by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
Max grade shows on the “GRADE” window.
numeric keys. Target calories shows on the "CALORIES" window.
INPUT TARGET HEART RATE
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INPUT USER WEIGHTS
Default BPM will change depending on the age.
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 lb)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
The default target heart rate (When ages 30)
numeric keys. User weights shows on the “SPEED” window.
H/R FATBURN - 136, H/R CARDIO - 154
After that, press “START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
Input value(60 ~200 bmp) by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
Target heart rate shows on the "HEART RATE" window.
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INPUT USER WEIGHTS
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 lb)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
numeric keys.
After that, press “START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
User weights shows on the "SPEED" window.
MESSAGE
When you are on HRC workout, if you do not grip H/R sensor, "NEED HR"
shows on the display console.
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5. HOW TO USE
FIT TEST PROGRAM
1
2
3
USER DEFINE PROGRAM
SELECT FIT TEST PROGRAM
1
SELECT USER DEFINE PROGRAM
Select FIT TEST Program among 6 Programs by using “PROGRAM” or
Select USER DEFINE program among 6 programs by using “PROGRAM” or
UP(+), DOWN(-) button.
UP(+), DOWN(-) button.
PROG1. PHYSICAL FITTEST
PROG4. AIRFORCE
PROG2. FIRE FIGHTER
PROG5. NAVY
PROG3. ARMY
PROG6. MARINE
INPUT START SPEED
PROG1,
PROG2,
PROG3,
PROG4,
PROG5,
PROG6,
Saved workout intensity shows on the display console.
2
INPUT USER WEIGHTS
Input valu [1.6~7.2km/h(or 1.0~4.5mph)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 LB)] by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or
numeric keys. START SPEED is activated after warming up process.
numeric keys.
[Except FIREFIGHTER (GERKIN)].
User weights shows on the “SPEED” window.
Start speed shows on “SPEED" window.
After that, press “START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
INPUT YOUR GENDER
3
MODIFY USER DEFINE PROGRAM
Input MALE or FEMALE by using UP(+), DOWN(-) button.
Press “ENTER” button to edit selected user define program.
User gender shows on ”SPEED" window.
Time editing shows on the “SPEED” window.
1-MALE, 2 -FEMALE
Input speed by using SPEED UP(+), DOWN(-) or SPEED DIRECT keys.
Input grade by using GRADE UP(+), DOWN(-) or GRADE DIRECT keys.
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INPUT USER AGES
Your input speed shows on the “SPEED” window.
Your input grade shows on the “GRADE” window.
Input value(10~99) by using UP(+), DOWN(-) or numeric keys.
Exercise Intensity shows on the “INTENSITY” window.
User ages shows on the “SPEED" window.
Press “START’ to next time programming
Press ”STOP” button to previous time programming.
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INPUT USER WEIGHTS
Press “ENTER” to save your define program.
Then input your weights, your workout begins.
Input value[30kg to 180kg(=66 to 400 lb] by using UP(+), DOWN(-)
Press “RESET” button to move to previous step without saving.
or numeric keys.
User weights shows on the “SPEED” window.
After that, press ”START” or “ENTER” for beginning workout.
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MESSAGE
When you are on doing FITTEST workout, if you do not grip H/R sensor,
“NEED HR” shows on dthe display console.
If your H/R exceeds 85% of max H/R,"OVER" shows on the display console.
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
QUICK START
PRESET PROGRAM
Preset
1 Press “START” button.
FITNESS, FIT YOUR NEEDS
button, then press “ENTER” button.
PRESET
HRC
SPEED
1. BEGINNER 1
GRADE
iPod
Input Your Weight
GRADE
Input your personal data.
SPEED
SPEED
2. BEGINNER 2
Time
Time
3. BEGINNER 3
Time
GRADE
Time
Time
Time
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Exercise Time
video
SPEED
4. BEGINNER 4
mp3
SPEED
5. INTERMEDIATE 1
Time
GRADE
kg
7. INTERMEDIATE 3
6. INTERMEDIATE 2
Time
Time
GRADE
Time
SPEED
8. ADVANCED 1
Time
6
km/h
Max Grade
6
%
70
kg
SPEED
9. ADVANCED 2
Time
GRADE
Time
Max Speed
Time
SPEED
GRADE
min
SPEED
GRADE
Time
CH
Fitness Test
2 Select the “Preset” by using “PROGRAM”
1 Press “PROGRAM” Button.
TV
Manual
Heart Rate
Time
Time
GRADE
Weight
Time
25
SPEED
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10. ADVANCED 3
Time
GRADE
Time
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
2 Input your weights by using numeric
keys, then press “START” button.
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
3 TV shows on the window and the
exercise data will be on display the
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
3 Select Program by using numeric keys,
then press “ENTER” button.
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
4 Input your personal data by using
numeric keys, then press “ENTER”
below of the screen. If you want to
button. To go back to the previous state,
stop exercise, press “STOP” button.
press “RESET” button.
Work out Summary
Work out Summary
TV
iPod
video
mp3
Line In
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TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
min:sec
Exercise duration
min:sec
Distance covered
km
Distance covered
km
Calories bumed
kcal
Calories bumed
kcal
Average speed
km/h
Average speed
km/h
Average grade
%
Average grade
%
Average Heart Rate
bpm
Average Heart Rate
bpm
USA VERSION KG
-
LBS
KM/H -
MILE/H
KM
MILE
-
HEART RATE
METS
4 Workout summary shows on the
screen. Press "START" button again,
exercise screen will be displayed.
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Exercise duration
5 Workout results
Workout summary shows on the
5 Workout results
Workout summary shows on the screen.
screen.
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
HEART RATE PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
Preset
2 Select the “Heart Rate” by using “PROGRAM”
1 Press “PROGRAM” button.
Preset
Fitness Test
Manual
Heart Rate
button, then press “ENTER” button.
1 Press “PROGRAM” Button.
Manual
Heart Rate
Fitness Test
2 Select the “Manual” by using “PROGRAM”
button, then press “ENTER” button.
HRC
1~10
HRC
h/r
h/r
1. KEEP HEALTH
h/r
2. FITNESS
HRC
MANUAL
Time
Time
200
Target Calorie
h/r
5. FAT BURN 2
6. MARATHON
Time
h/r
8. CROSSCONTRY
9. SILVER AGING
Time
h/r
11. H/R FAT BURN
kg
Max Grade
6
%
User Age
30
User Weight
70
1. TIME
2. CALORIE
3. DISTANCE
kg
12. H/R CARDIO
Time
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
Time
HEART RATE
METS
3 Select Program by using numeric keys,
then press “ENTER” button.
HRC
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
4 Input your personal data by using numeric
keys, then press “ENTER” button. Repeat
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
3-1 Select "TIME" mode by using numeric keys,
then press"ENTER" button.
User Age
30
Max Speed
Max Grade
6
%
136
User Weight
70
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
bpm
kg
numeric keys, then press “ENTER” button.
“RESET” button.
“RESET” button.
MANUAL
Input your personal data.
Exercise duration
min:sec
Distance covered
km
Calories bumed
kcal
Average speed
km/h
Average grade
%
Average Heart Rate
bpm
HEART RATE
METS
5 Input your personal data by using numeric
keys, then press “ENTER” button. Repeat
above step until fill out the exercise data.
METS
4-1 Input your target time and weights by using
200
Target Calorie
km/h
HEART RATE
To go back to the previous state, press
min
6
Target Heart
DISTANCE km
Repeat above step until fill out the exercise data.
MANUAL
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CALORIE kcal
To go back to the previous state, press
Work out Summary
Exercise Time
TIME min:sec
PACE min:sec
above step until fill out the exercise data.
HRC
Input your personal data.
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min
70
km/h
Time
h/r
Time
11~12
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User Weight
6
h/r
Time
10. BODY SHAPHING
Exercise Time
Max Speed
Time
h/r
h/r
kcal
h/r
Time
7. MOUNTAIN
Input your personal data.
3. CARDIO
Time
h/r
4. FAT BURN 1
MANUAL
Input your personal data.
6 Workout results
Workout summary shows on the screen.
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User Weight
1. TIME
2. CALORIE
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
kcal
kg
3. DISTANCE
HEART RATE
METS
3-2 Select "CALORIE" mode by using numeric
keys, then press "ENTER" button.
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
4-2 Input your target consumption calories and your
weights by using numeric keys, then press
“ENTER” button. Repeat above step until fill out
To go back to the previous state, press
the exercise data. To go back to the previous
“RESET” button.
state, press “RESET” button.
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
MANUAL PROGRAM
MANUAL
FITNESS TEST PROGRAM
MANUAL
Input your personal data.
Target Distance
User Weight
1. TIME
2. CALORIE
1
km
70
kg
3. DISTANCE
Preset
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
3-3 Select "DISTANCE" mode by using numeric
keys, then press "ENTER" button.
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
Heart Rate
Fitness Test
Manual
HEART RATE
METS
2 Select the “Fitness Test” by using “PROGRAM”
1 Press “PROGRAM” Button.
4-3 Input your target distance and your weights
by using numeric keys, then press “ENTER”
button, then press “ENTER” button.
button. To go back to the previous state,
press “RESET” button.
FIT TEST
Work out Summary
FIT TEST
NO 1,
FIT TEST
Input your personal data.
Exercise duration
min:sec
Distance covered
km
User Gender
Calories bumed
kcal
User Age
30
Average speed
km/h
User Weight
70
Average grade
%
Average Heart Rate
bpm
1. PHYSICAL FITNESS
2. FIRE FIGHTER(GERKIN)
4. AIR FORCE FITNESS
3. ARMY FITNESS
5. NAVY FITNESS
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
then press “ENTER” button.
Workout summary shows on the display.
male
km/h
male (1) female (2)
kg
6. MARINE FITNESS
3 Select program by using numeric keys,
5 Workout results
5.6
Start Speed
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
4 Input your personal data by using numeric
keys, then press “ENTER” button.
To go back to the previous state,
press “RESET” button.
FIT TEST
NO 2
FIT TEST
Work out Summary
Input your personal data.
male
User Gender
User Age
30
User Weight
70
male (1) female (2)
Score
Exercise duration
min:sec
Distance covered
km
Calories bumed
kcal
Average speed
km/h
Average grade
%
Average heart rate
bpm
kg
Your VO2MAX
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
5 Input your personal data by using numeric
keys, then press “ENTER” button.
6 Workout results
Workout summary shows on the screen.
To go back to the previous state, press
“RESET” button.
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
ENTERTAINMENT
S23TX POP - UP(MESSAGE)
TV
TV
iPod
iPod
video
video
mp3
mp3
CH
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
DISTANCE km
CH
20
DISPLAY KEY
PACE min:sec
25
HEART RATE
METS
TV Zoom Mode
TV Full Mode
Change the view sizes by using “DISPLAY” button
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
20
HEART RATE
METS
1 If you are in Heart Rate control Program,
Heart rate signal is needed.
25
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
2 Heart rate exceeds 85% of maximum
user H/R
TV
iPod
TV
video
mp3
CH
TV
iPod
iPod
video
video
mp3
mp3
25
20
CH
25
CH
20
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
25
20
HEART RATE
METS
TV Normal Mode
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
3 EMERGENCY STOP
HEART RATE
METS
To release emergency state, press “STOP”
button.
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
4 ERROR Message
To release Error Message, press
“STOP” button.
TV
TV
iPod
iPod
video
video
mp3
mp3
SOURCE KEY
20
20
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
HEART RATE
METS
TIME min:sec
CALORIE kcal
PACE min:sec
DISTANCE km
iPod Video Mode
HEART RATE
METS
iPod MP3 Mode
Change the input A/V source by using “SOURCE” button
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
USB PRESET
USB PRESET INFORMATION
This fuction is running the stored program in the USB and store the personal
If you want to get more information of USB preset, visit our website.
workout data after exercise for individual training.
And download the program manual, read and use with your concern.
(www.stexfitness.com)
or
PROGRAM
Button
Quick Start : Start immediately, change speed and grade by manually.
Program : Select preset program which is favorable or suitable.
VIRTUAL TRAINER
Select Workout by using
Running the program
Running the STEX Personal Workout Editor (Demo)
① Release Unzip the ZIP file.
② Run Execute the file, “STEX Personal Workout Editor (Demo).exe” by clicking double.
Setting the directory
.
① Press the “DIRECTORY” for saving data
1
② Select the “STEX” folder in USB.
③ Otherwise press the “Make New Folder”, and then
create the “STEX“ folder.
④ Pressing the “OK” the setting is completed
2
* “STEX” folder must be created on the main directory
4
3
1 Menu Screen
2-1 Select Workout
Insert USB memory stick to the USB slot of
Program list of USB memory will be shown
equipment, then "USB Preset" window is
on the screen. Select program by using
activated.
UP(+),DOWN(-) button, then press
Select "USB Preset" icon by using ” PROGRAM”
“START” button.
button, then press “ENTER”.
In this stage, you can check user
Setting and saving exercise
Description
Setting and saving exercise
Setting the grade
1
1
2
4
information by pressing display button.
5
6
3
5
6
2
① The grade can be set in “GRADE” window.
② Set the grade with left button of mouse on the graph.
① “TOTAL TIME” window displays whole exercise time.
③ Input the grade per 0.5km/h in “GRADE” and then press the “Enter”. Pressing the “Tap” button of keyboard, next time
② “CURRENT TIME” window displays the selected time.
can be selected.
“SPEED” window displays the selected speed.
④ The speed can be removed with right button of mouse on the graph.
“GRADE” window displays the selected grade.
⑤ Pressing “<“, “>”, the cursor will be moved to previous or next 1 minute.
* Exercise time can be set up to 90minutes
⑥ Pressing “<<“, “>>”, the cursor will be moved to previous or next 30 minute.
Setting and saving exercise
Checking the exercise result
Checking the exercise intensity
① Pressing “<“, “>”, result of other exercise are
displayed.
1
1
2
② Pressing the icons such as DISTANCE, CALORIE,
AVG.SPEED, AVG. GRADE, AVG H/R in “GRAPH”
3
window, results of other exercise are displayed as
3
graph.
③ Pressing the “BAR” or “CURVE”, exercise result
2
displays as bar or line graph.
2-2 Check User Information
Program list of USB memory will be shown
3
3
Workout summary
on the screen. Select program by using
Save your workout to your USB memory
UP(+),DOWN(-) button, then press
stick by pressing “ENTER” button.
“START” button.
* At any exercise program, workout
In this stage, you can check user information
summary can be saved to USB memory .
① The exercise intensity based on the speed and grade you input earlier can be checked in “INTENSITY” window.
② Pressing the “SAVE”, the setting of the speed and grade will be completed.
③ Press the “CLOSE” after finishing the setting.
* This graph is the same as the screen shown when you exercise.
by pressing display button.
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5. HOW TO USE (S23TX)
S23TX (Touch Optional)
S23TX (Touch Optional)
TV Screen
Main TV Screen Drag
1 Seclect source directly : You can change the
source by pressing each icons.
1
1 Up/Down Drag : Volume Control
1
Left/Right Drag : Channel Control
Touch the center of Screen :
2 Change Source and View Point directly :
3
4
Change the Screen Size
Source signal and View Point graphics will be
switching.
5
2
2 Grade Window :
Left/Right Drag : Grade Control
3 iPod icon : This icon is activated by
Connecting iPod. Press iPod icon, then playlist
3 Speed Window :
will be shown on the screen.
Left/Right Drag : Speed Control
4 USB icon : This icon is activated by
2
3
connecting USB.
5 Display TV Channel/ Volume
1 Playlist :
1 Input window for GRADE :
Show the list of iPod music file.
Input grade values by using numeric keys
on the screen.
1
2 Input window for SPEED :
1
2
3
Input grade values by using numeric keys
on the screen.
2
When you select file by finger touch, the file
3
4
5
will be played.
2 Page scroll :
Show the playlist and vertical scrolling.
3 Exercise Readouts:
3 iPod control :
TIME/REMAIN TIME, CALORIE/CAL/MIN, and
Press menu for previous stage.
DISTANCE/REMAIN DISTANCE are displayed.
Previous/Next file play by pressing FF/REW.
by pressing PLAY/PAUSE.
4 iPod icon :
This icon is activated by connecting iPod.
Press iPod icon, then playlist will be shown
on the screen.
5 MP3 volume control :
Up/Down Drag around volume icon.
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6. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
6. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
Safety of the treadmill can be maintained only if the treadmill is examined regularly for
TO CENTER WALKING BELT (TRACKING)
damage or wear. Keep the treadmill out of use until defective parts are repaired or replaced.
Clean
Check
Clean
Forbiddance
The walking belt of the treadmill has been properly aligned at the factory.
However, if the walking belt is off-centered, please follow this procedure.
! Notice
1. MAINTENANCE TIPS
Clean After finishing workout, clean
the contaminated exterior,
display and belt of the
treadmill with a dry cloth.
Clean
1 Turn on the treadmill, press “START”button and set the speed to 4km/h.
Vacuum around the
walking belt regularly to
keep away debris from
accumulating.
(2.5mph)
Clean Inspect and vacuum the
2 If the walking belt has moved to the right, turn the right tension bolt on
area directly surrounding
and under the unit regularly.
the rear roller guard a 1/4 clockwise using 10mm T-wrench and then
turn the left tension bolt 1/4 counter-clockwise to take the walking belt
back to the center of the roller.
If the walking belt has moved to the left, turn the left tension bolt a 1/4
clockwise and then turn the right tension bolt 1/4 counter-clockwise.
3 Repeat the adjustments until the walking belt appears centered.
Allow the unit to continue running for several minutes to observe if
Check the operation of the
STOP key and EMERGEN
CY button once a week.
Inspect exterior parts
regularly for wear,particularly
the walking belt, deck and
power cord.
Make sure that the unit is
properly levelled.
tracking remains stabilized.
WARNING
DO NOT exceed one full turn the tension bolts in either direction.
TO ADJUST WALKING BELT TENSION
The walking belt of the treadmill has been properly tensioned at the factory.
However, if the walking belt is loose tensioned. please follow this procedure.
1 One person stands on the walking belt. This person press “START”
button and operates the treadmill for several minutes at 4km/h(2.5mph)
WARNING
Always unplug the treadmill
from the electrical outlet
before cleaning or servicing
the unit to prevent the
damage caused by electric
shock.
!
The procedure in this
manual should be performed
by an authorised service
representative only.
ON
2 Walk on the treadmill. Tightly grip the handrails and apply force with
feet on the walking belt near the motor cover against the moving belt
direction. If the belt slips, continue to Step 3. If it does not slip, the
tension is correct.
3 Using the “STOP”button, stop the treadmill. Turn the tension bolts 1/4 turn
clockwise for each side.
OFF
.
4 Repeat Step 2 and 3 until the belt no longer slips. DO NOT exceed
one full turn per side when adjusting the tension bolts.
Proper environment for human life : temperature 18 C ~ 22 C, Humidity 40~60%
Possible environmental range for installation of STEX equipment :
temperature 10 C ~ 25 C, Humidity 40~70%
Regarding the emergency dismounting : when the user could not catch up the
moving speed you should use the side handrail and the foot platform to dismount.
Safety area of 2000mm(W) x 1000mm(D) behind the equipment.
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5 Repeat the adjustments until the walking belt appears centered.
Allow the unit to continue running for several minutes to observe if
tracking remains stabilised.
6 Operate the treadmill at 4km/h(2.5mph), check to make sure proper
tracking.(Refer to "TO CENTER WALKING BELT" on the previous page.)
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7. EXERCISE TIPS
6. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
The following tips will help you to plan your workouts. For more detailed
HOW TO OBTAIN PRODUCT SERVICE
Verify the symptom and review the trouble-shooting the treadmill or the
operation manual. The problem may be unfamiliarity with the product and
its features and workouts.
For product service, please contact your seller or the manufacturer.
(Call : manufacturer +82 - 31 - 463 -7924, E-mail : stex@stexfitness.com)
SYSTEM ERROR
When the treadmill has an error, the message windows of the control panel
indicates as the follows.
exercise informations, obtain a reputable book or consult your physician.
HOW HARD YOU EXERCISE
When you maintain your heart rate between 70~80% of your maximum
aerobic heart rate, you are improving your overall cardiovascular/cardiorespiratory fitness level. Maintaining your heart rate either
zone(weight loss or cardiovascular) for 30 minutes or more on a regular
basic (minimum 30 times a week) provides the great benefits.
Inverter Communication error
Low Voltage error
Boost Over error
Speed Motor error
Over Voltage error
Thermal Heat error
Weight Loss = 60~70% of Max H/R
Over Current error
Overheat error
Other Inverter error
Strengthen Cardiovascular = 70~80% of Max H/R
TROUBLE-SHOOTING THE TREADMILL
Malfunction
Treadmill will not start
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
ON/OFF switch
Not connected cables between
display board and power circuit
Turn the switch to the ON position
Check all electrical connections for
proper attachment
Heart Rate Training Zone
Insufficient power source
Using a voltmeter, verify power at
outlet
This chart illustrates the ideal target zones for your ages.
Power circuit malfunction
Replace power circuit
Walking belt slips
Loose walking belt
Adjust belt tension
Walking belt is off-centered
The front and rear roller are
not parallel
Center walking belt
Uneven floor surface
Check level of treadmill
Use the chart as a guideline. Always check with your physician and
verify what your appropriate heart rate target zone should be for
you age, height, weight, and physical fitness.
1
2
5
Display will not operate when
powered on
Not connected cables
Display board or keypad malfunction
Check all electrical connections for
proper attachment
Replace
Loud noise
Worn motor driving belt or bearing
damages in rollers
Replace
Speed is reduced
User’s wight is too heavy
Friction between walking belt and
deck
Not allow user’s weight over 200kg
Lubricate inside walking belt and
deck
Incline does not operate
Limit sensor error
Worn incline motor
Replace
Heart rate reading is abnormal
Have not gripped proper position on
the metal contacts or too tightly
Grip the metal contacts properly
and avoid moving your hands
while using the heart rate sensor
Metal contacts are not clean
Keep the metal contacts clean
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5
6
1
15
12
2
1 5
1
166
146
143
11
25
1 5
162
114
3
15
13
111
35
4
1
1 5
153
14
135
12
1 5
5
165
145
131
1
45
1
14
124
1 2
55
6
16
155
136
132
12
116
6
3
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9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
8. WARRANTY
1. PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY COVER?
This warranty covers your fitness product against all defects in material and
Reference chart for Recovery time (Cool down)
workmanship when used for the purpose intended, under normal conditions provided it receives proper care. The warranty is extended only to the
original owner and is not transferable.
Warming up time + Testing time
Recovery time
HOW LONG DOES THE COVERAGE LAST?
7 years steel frame. 3 years on all mechanical parts and electronics from the
date of purchase. (LCD panel, 2 years)
0 - 5 min
5 - 15 min
1 min
3 min
15 min 5 min
Relative Fitness Classification for Men
Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category
Men
Rating
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
50 - 59
60+
Elite
52+
51+
48+
45+
42+
Excellent
50 - 51
48 - 50
46 - 47
42 - 44
39 - 41
Very Good
47 - 49
45 - 47
43 - 45
40 - 41
36 - 38
Above Average
44 - 46
42 - 44
40 - 42
37 - 39
33 - 35
and maintain as set out in your owner's manual. This warranty does not
Average
41 - 43
39 - 41
37 - 39
34 - 36
30 - 32
extend to products used for home use or rental purposes or to products
Below Average
38 - 40
36 - 38
34 - 36
31 - 33
27 - 29
Low
35 - 37
33 - 35
31 - 33
28 - 30
24 - 26
Very Low
<35
<33
<31
<28
<24
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY NOT COVER?
Any failures or damage caused by unauthorised service, misuse, accident,
negligence, improper assembly or installation, alterations, modifications
without our written authorisation or by failure on your part to use, operate
used as store display modules.
OPERATION MANUAL
Relative Fitness Classification for Women
It is very important that you read the manual before operating the product.
Remember to conduct the periodic maintenance requirements specified in
the manual to assure proper operation and your continued satisfaction.
Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category
Women
Rating
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
50 - 59
60+
Elite
44+
42+
39+
35+
34+
Excellent
42 - 43
40 - 41
37 - 38
33 - 34
32 - 33
Very Good
39 - 41
37 - 39
35 - 36
31 - 32
30 - 31
of revenues or profits, costs of removal, installation or other consequential
Above Average
37 - 38
35 - 36
32 - 34
29 - 30
28 - 29
damages of whatsoever nature. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
Average
34 - 36
32 - 34
30 - 31
27 - 28
25 - 27
limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, the above
Below Average
31 - 33
29 - 31
27 - 29
25 - 26
23 - 24
Low
28 - 30
27 - 28
25 - 26
22 - 24
20 - 22
Very Low
<28
<27
<25
<22
<20
STEX is not responsible or liable for indirect, special or consequential
damages arising out of or in connection with the use performance of the
product or damages with respect to any economic loss, loss of property, loss
limitation may not apply to you.
STEX Fitness developed this rating scale based on VO2 max percentile distributions referenced in
American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription"
(6th Ed. 2000). It is designed to provide a qualitative description of a user's VO2 max estimation, and a
means of assessing initial fitness level and tracking improvement.
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9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
2. FIRE FIGHTER(GERKIN)
Stage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
3
F
D
P
W
F
S
Z
Total
Time
(min)
Speed
(mph)
%
Grade
1:00
3.0
0
2:00
3.0
0
3:00
3.0
0
4:00
4.5
0
5:00
4.5
2
6:00
5.0
2
7:00
5.0
4
8:00
5.5
4
9:00
5.5
6
10:00
6.0
6
11:00
6.0
8
12:00
6.5
8
13:00
6.5
10
14:00
7.0
10
15:00
7.0
12
16:00
7.5
12
17:00
7.5
14
18:00
8.0
14
19:00
8.0
16
0:00
3.0
0
1:00
3.0
0
2:00
3.0
0
3:00
4:00
5:00
HR
3. ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
BP
Notes
Relative Fitness Classification for Men
Firefighter
Fitness Category
Inadequate:
Insufficient
aerobic capacity
to sustain
arduous
firefighting tasks
such as stair
climbing for
more than 3
minutes
<11 minutes
Age
17-21
22-26
27-31
32-36
37-41
42-46
47-51
52-56
57-61
62+
Time
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
13:00
13:06
13:12
13:18
13:24
13:30
13:36
13:42
100
99
97
96
94
93
92
90
100
99
98
97
96
94
93
92
100
100
100
100
99
98
97
96
100
100
100
100
99
98
97
96
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
99
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
11
10
9
8
7
7
6
5
14
13
12
11
11
10
9
8
7
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
Marginal
Recommended
>14 minutes
Desirable:
Capable of
sustaining the
most arduous
firefighting tasks
indefinitely with
an ample margin
of reserve
25:42:00
25:48:00
25:54:00
26:00:00
26:06:00
26:12:00
26:18:00
26:24:00
26:30:00
Sitting
or
Supine
Relative Fitness Classification for Women
Age
22-26
27-31
32-36
37-41
42-46
47-51
52-56
57-61
62+
Time
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
Score
15:36
15:42
15:48
15:54
16:00
16:06
100
99
98
96
95
94
100
99
98
97
96
95
100
100
100
99
98
97
100
100
100
100
99
99
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
12
11
11
10
9
30
30
29
28
28
27
37
36
35
35
34
33
45
45
44
43
43
42
47
47
46
46
45
44
48
47
47
46
45
44
51
50
49
48
47
47
52
51
50
50
49
48
26:00:00
26:06:00
26:12:00
26:18:00
26:24:00
26:30:00
39
17-21
40
41
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
32
34
36
37.5
39
40.5
42
43.5
45
47.5
50
Componant
point
10:1310:36
10:3711:06
11:0711:36
11:3712:12
12:1312:54
12:5513:36
13:3714:24
14:2514:54
14:5515:18
15:1915:48
15:4916:24
16:2516:54
16:5517:36
17:3718:12
18:1318:54
18:5519:42
19:4320:36
20:3721:30
>21:30
9:49-10:12
Ages 25 - 29
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
32
34
36
37.5
39
40.5
Ages 35 - 39
Ages 40 - 44
Ages 45 - 49
Ages 50 - 54
Ages 55 plus
10:1310:24
10:2510:54
10:5511:24
11:2511:54
11:5512:30
12:3112:54
12:5513:36
13:3714:24
14:2514:54
14:5515:18
15:1915:48
15:4916:24
16:2516:54
16:5517:36
17:3718:12
18:1318:54
18:5519:42
19:4320:36
20:3721:30
>21:30
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
32
34
36
37.5
39
40.5
42
43.5
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
32
34
36
37.5
39
40.5
42
43.5
45
10:1310:24
10:2510:54
10:5511:24
11:2511:54
11:5512:30
12:3112:54
12:5513:36
13:3714:24
14:2514:54
14:5515:18
15:1915:48
15:4916:24
16:2516:54
16:5517:36
17:3718:12
18:1318:54
18:5519:42
19:4320:36
20:3721:30
>21:30
45
47.5 9:49-10:12
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
32
34
36
37.5
39
40.5
42
43.5
45
47.5
1.5 Mile
Componant
Run Time point
(min)
<=9:48
50
Ages 35 - 39
47.5 9:49-10:12
1.5 Mile
Componant
Run Time point
(min)
<=9:48
50
Ages 30 - 34
Ages 45 - 49
Ages 50 - 54
Ages 55 plus
1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
(min)
(min)
(min)
(min)
<=10:24
50 <=10:24
50 <=11:06
50 <=11:06
50
10:2510:2511:0711:0747.5
47.5
47.5
47.5
10:36
10:36
11:24
11:24
10:3710:3711:2511:2545
45
45
45
10:54
10:54
11:36
11:36
10:5510:5511:3711:3743.5
43.5
43.5
43.5
11:24
11:24
12:12
12:12
11:2511:2512:1312:1342
42
42
42
11:54
11:54
12:54
12:54
11:5511:5512:5512:5540.5
40.5
40.5
40.5
12:30
12:30
13:36
13:36
12:3112:3113:3713:3739
39
39
39
13:12
13:12
14:24
14:24
13:1313:1314:2514:2537.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
13:36
13:36
15:18
15:18
13:3713:3715:1915:1936
36
36
36
14:24
14:24
15:48
15:48
14:2514:2515:4915:4934
34
34
34
15:18
15:18
16:54
16:54
15:1915:1916:5516:5532
32
32
32
15:48
15:48
17:36
17:36
15:4915:4917:3717:3730
30
30
30
16:24
16:24
18:12
18:12
16:2516:2518:1318:1327
27
27
27
16:54
16:54
18:54
18:54
16:5516:5518:5518:5524
24
24
24
17:36
17:36
19:42
19:42
17:3717:3719:4319:4321
21
21
21
18:12
18:12
20:36
20:36
18:1318:1320:3720:3718
18
18
18
18:54
18:54
21:30
21:30
18:5518:5521:3121:3115
15
15
15
19:42
19:42
22:30
22:30
19:4319:4322:3122:3112
12
12
12
20:36
20:36
23:36
23:36
20:3720:3723:3723:379
9
9
9
21:30
21:30
24:48
24:48
21:3121:3124:4924:496
6
6
6
22:30
22:30
26:06
26:06
22:3122:3126:0726:073
3
3
3
23:36
23:36
27:36
27:36
>23:36
0 >23:36
0 >27:36
0 >27:36
0
Ages 40 - 44
Relative Fitness Classification for Men
42
43.5
10:1310:36
10:3711:06
11:0711:36
11:3712:12
12:1312:54
12:5513:36
13:3714:24
14:2514:54
14:5515:18
15:1915:48
15:4916:24
16:2516:54
16:5517:36
17:3718:12
18:1318:54
18:5519:42
19:4320:36
20:3721:30
>21:30
45 9:49-10:12
47.5 9:37-9:48
1.5 Mile
Componant
Run Time point
(min)
50 <=9:36
50
Componant
point
Ages 30 - 34
1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant 1.5 Mile
Componant
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
Run Time point
(min)
(min)
(min)
(min)
(min)
(min)
(min)
<=11:06
50 <=11:54
50 <=11:54
50 <=12:30
50 <=12:30
50 <=14:24
50 <=14:24
50
11:0711:5511:5512:3112:3114:2514:2547.5
47.5
47.5
47.5
47.5
47.5
47.5
11:36
12:30
12:30
12:54
12:54
14:54
14:54
11:3712:3112:3112:5512:5514:5514:5545
45
45
45
45
45
45
11:54
12:54
12:54
13:12
13:12
15:18
15:18
11:5512:5512:5513:1313:1315:1915:1943.5
43.5
43.5
43.5
43.5
43.5
43.5
12:30
13:12
13:12
14:00
14:00
16:24
16:24
12:3113:1313:1314:0114:0116:2516:2542
42
42
42
42
42
42
13:12
13:36
13:36
14:54
14:54
16:54
16:54
13:1313:3713:3714:5514:5516:5516:5540.5
40.5
40.5
40.5
40.5
40.5
40.5
14:00
14:24
14:24
15:48
15:48
17:36
17:36
14:0114:2514:2515:4915:4917:3717:3739
39
39
39
39
39
39
14:54
14:54
14:54
16:24
16:24
18:12
18:12
14:5514:5514:5516:2516:2518:1318:1337.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
15:18
15:18
15:18
16:54
16:54
18:54
18:54
15:1915:1915:1916:5516:5518:5518:5536
36
36
36
36
36
36
15:48
15:48
15:48
17:36
17:36
19:42
19:42
15:4915:4915:4917:3717:3719:4319:4334
34
34
34
34
34
34
16:24
16:24
16:24
18:12
18:12
20:36
20:36
16:2516:2516:2518:1318:1320:3720:3732
32
32
32
32
32
32
16:54
16:54
16:54
18:54
18:54
21:30
21:30
16:5516:5516:5518:5518:5521:3121:3130
30
30
30
30
30
30
17:36
17:36
17:36
19:42
19:42
22:30
22:30
17:3717:3717:3719:4319:4322:3122:3127
27
27
27
27
27
27
18:12
18:12
18:12
20:36
20:36
23:36
23:36
18:1318:1318:1320:3720:3723:3723:3724
24
24
24
24
24
24
18:54
18:54
18:54
21:30
21:30
24:48
24:48
18:5518:5518:5521:3121:3124:4924:4921
21
21
21
21
21
21
19:42
19:42
19:42
22:30
22:30
26:06
26:06
19:4319:4319:4322:3122:3126:0726:0718
18
18
18
18
18
18
20:36
20:36
20:36
23:36
23:36
27:36
27:36
20:3720:3720:3723:3723:3727:3727:3715
15
15
15
15
15
15
21:30
21:30
21:30
24:48
24:48
29:18
29:18
21:3121:3121:3124:4924:4929:1929:1912
12
12
12
12
12
12
22:30
22:30
22:30
26:06
26:06
31:12
31:12
22:3122:3122:3126:0726:0731:1331:139
9
9
9
9
9
9
23:36
23:36
23:36
27:36
27:36
33:18
33:18
23:3723:3723:3727:3727:3733:1933:196
6
6
6
6
6
6
24:48
24:48
24:48
29:18
29:18
35:48
35:48
24:4924:4924:4929:1929:1935:4935:493
3
3
3
3
3
3
26:06
26:06
26:06
31:12
31:12
38:36
38:36
>26:06
0 >26:06
0 >26:06
0 >31:12
0 >31:12
0 >38:36
0 >38:36
0
Ages 25 - 29
4. AIR FORCE FITNESS TEST(MEN)
9:37-9:48
1.5 Mile
Run Time
(min)
<=9:36
Under Age 25
1.5 Mile
Run Time
(min)
<=11:06
11:0711:36
11:3711:54
11:5512:30
12:3113:12
13:1314:00
14:0114:54
14:5515:18
15:1915:48
15:4916:24
16:2516:54
16:5517:36
17:3718:12
18:1318:54
18:5519:42
19:4320:36
20:3721:30
21:3122:30
22:3123:36
23:3724:48
24:4926:06
>26:06
Under Age 25
9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
4. AIR FORCE FITNESS TEST(WOMEN)
Relative Fitness Classification for Women
42
9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
9. APPENDIX - FIT TEST
5. MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
6. NAVY PHYSICAL TRAINING
Navy PRT Standards
Marine Corps pysical Fitness Test Points - Men / Women
43
Points
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
18:00
18:10
18:20
18:30
18:40
18:50
19:00
19:10
19:20
19:30
Points
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
23:00
23:10
23:20
23:30
23:40
23:50
24:00
24:10
24:20
24:30
Points
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
28:00
28:10
28:20
28:30
28:40
28:50
29:00
29:10
29:20
29:30
3-Mile Run
Points
min/(Women)
21:00
21:10
21:20
21:30
21:40
21:50
22:00
22:10
22:20
22:30
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
3-Mile Run Points
min/(Women)
26:00
26:10
26:20
26:30
26:40
26:50
27:00
27:10
27:20
27:30
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
3-Mile Run
Points
min/(Women)
31:00
31:10
31:20
31:30
31:40
31:50
32:00
32:10
32:20
32:30
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
19:40
19:50
20:00
20:10
20:20
20:30
20:40
20:50
21:00
21:10
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
24:40
24:50
25:00
25:10
25:20
25:30
25:40
25:50
26:00
26:10
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
29:40
29:50
30:00
30:10
30:20
30:30
30:40
30:50
31:00
31:10
3-Mile Run
Points
min/(Women)
22:40
22:50
23:00
23:10
23:20
23:30
23:40
23:50
24:00
24:10
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
3-Mile Run Points
min/(Women)
27:40
27:50
28:00
28:10
28:20
28:30
28:40
28:50
29:00
29:10
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
3-Mile Run
Points
min/(Women)
32:40
32:50
33:00
33:10
33:20
33:30
33:40
33:50
34:00
34:10
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
3-Mile Run
min/(Women)
21:20
21:30
21:40
21:50
22:00
22:10
22:20
22:30
22:40
22:50
24:20
24:30
24:40
24:50
25:00
25:10
25:20
25:30
25:40
25:50
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
3-Mile Run
min/(Women)
26:20
26:30
26:40
26:50
27:00
27:10
27:20
27:30
27:40
27:50
29:20
29:30
29:40
29:50
30:00
30:10
30:20
30:30
30:40
30:50
3-Mile Run
min/(Men)
3-Mile Run
min/(Women)
31:20
31:30
31:40
31:50
32:00
32:10
32:20
32:30
32:40
32:50
33:00
34:20
34:30
34:40
34:50
35:00
35:10
35:20
35:30
35:40
35:50
36:00
Category
Level
Outstanding
Outstanding
Outstanding
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Good
Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Probationary
High
Medium
Low
High
1.5 - Mile / Run (Men)
Points
Age 17-19 Age 20-24 Age 25-29 Age 30-34 Age 35-39 Age 40-44 Age 45-49
Category
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Level
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
8:15
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:30
11:00
12:00
12:15
12:30
8:30
9:00
9:15
9:45
10:00
10:30
10:45
11:30
12:00
12:45
13:15
13:30
8:55
9:23
9:38
10:15
10:30
10:52
11:23
12:15
12:53
13:23
13:45
14:00
9:20
9:45
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15
12:00
13:00
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
9:25
9:53
10:08
10:38
11:08
11:23
12:23
13:23
14:08
14:23
14:45
15:00
9:30
10:00
10:15
10:45
11:15
11:45
12:45
13:45
14:30
14:45
15:15
15:30
9:33
10:08
10:30
11:08
11:38
12:08
13:00
14:08
14:53
15:15
15:45
16:08
1.5-Mile / Run (Women)
Points
Age 17-19 Age 20-24 Age 25-29 Age 30-34 Age 35-39 Age 40-44 Age 45-49
Outstanding
Outstanding
Outstanding
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Good
Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Probationary
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
9:29
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:30
14:15
14:45
15:00
9:47
11:15
11:30
12:15
12:45
13:15
13:30
13:45
14:15
15:00
15:15
15:30
10:17
11:30
11:45
12:30
13:00
13:23
14:00
14:30
14:53
15:23
15:45
16:08
10:46
11:45
12:00
12:45
13:15
13:30
14:30
15:15
15:30
15:45
16:15
16:45
10:51
11:53
12:08
12:53
13:23
13:45
14:38
15:30
15:53
16:15
16:38
17:00
10:56
12:00
12:15
13:00
13:30
14:00
14:45
15:45
16:15
16:45
17:00
17:15
10:58
12:08
12:30
13:15
13:45
14:08
15:00
15:53
16:30
16:53
17:08
17:23
44
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