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Sena R1 User Guide
R1/R1 MIPS
Smart Cycling Helmet
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INTERCOM
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GENERAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.ABOUT THE R1/R1 MIPS SMART CYCLING
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1.1 General Information
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1.2 Product Details
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1.3 Package Contents
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1.4 Wearing the Helmet
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2.
1.4.1 How to Wear The Helmet
1.4.2 Helmet Fitment Check
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GETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
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2.1 Button Function
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2.2 Powering On and Off
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2.3 Charging
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2.4 Checking the Battery Level
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2.5 Volume Adjustment
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2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
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2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
2.6.2 Sena App
2.7 Configuration Menu
3.
Pairing the Bluetooth System
with other Bluetooth Devices
3.1 Mobile Phone
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4.
MOBILE PHONE USAGE
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4.1 Making and Answering Calls
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4.2 Speed Dialing
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5.
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
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STEREO MUSIC
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5.1 Playing Music with Bluetooth Devices
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6.INTERCOM SETUP
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6.1 Intercom Pairing
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6.2 Two-Way Intercom
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6.3 Multi-Way Intercom
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6.3.1 Starting a Three-Way Intercom Conference
6.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom Conference
6.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
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6.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call
with Intercom Users
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6.5 Group Intercom
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6.6 Advanced Noise Control™ (Default: Enable)
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7.USING THE FM RADIO
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7.1 FM Radio On/Off
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7.2 Seek and Save Radio Stations
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7.3 Scan and Save Radio Stations
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7.4 Temporary Station Preset
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7.5 Navigating Preset Stations
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7.6 Region Selection
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7.7 Radio Data System(RDS) Alternative(AF)
Setting (Default: Enable)
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7.8 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
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8.
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HEADSET CONFIGURATION SETTINGS
8.1 Function Priority
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8.2 Firmware Upgrades
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8.3 Voice Prompts
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8.4 Deleting All Bluetooth Pairing Information
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9.REMOTE CONTROL
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9.1 Pairing with the Remote Control
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10.TROUBLESHOOTING
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10.1 Fault Reset
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10.2 Factory Reset
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11. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
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Safety Precautions
Please ensure that the product is properly used by observing the safety precautions
below to prevent any risk of serious injury, death and/or damage to property.
Hazard alert signal words
The following safety symbols and signal words are used in this manual.
WARNING: Indicates a potential hazardous situations that, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potential hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could
result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE: Indicates information considered important, but not hazard-related. If
not avoided, it could cause damage to your product.
Product Use
Observe the following precautions to avoid injury or damage to your product while
using the product.
WARNING
• Bicycling is associated with particular risks and dangers for the rider. These risks
and dangers can be reduced, but not eliminated completely, by wearing a helmet.
It is impossible to state precisely what the protective effect of a helmet will be in
the event of an accident. Safe riding techniques, adapted to the particular road
and weather conditions, are essential for your safety.
• Do not wear a helmet while climbing trees, in play areas, on playground
equipment, or, at any time while not riding a bicycle. Failure to follow this warning
could result in serious personal injury, death or death by strangulation.
• Your helmet will not protect against injury in all types of accidents. Even while
wearing a helmet, low speed accidents may result in serious head injury or death.
• Careless use of the product on the road is risky and may result in serious injury,
death or damage. You must heed all safety precautions in all documents that
come with this product. This will help minimize the chance these risks may occur
while riding.
CAUTION
• For maximum protection, this helmet must
be fitted and attached properly to the
rider’s head according to the User’s Guide.
• Position the helmet on your head with
the front covering your forehead. If the
helmet is tipped back and is not covering
your forehead then the helmet is not in the
proper position.
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• The protective capability of your helmet will diminish over time, dependent
upon many factors such as physical damage, exposure to pollution, harmful
chemicals and long term exposure to the sun. Sena recommends that the helmet
be replaced after five years. Although the shell is in principle capable of a longer
service life, the occurrence of material fatigue and wear to other components,
as well as the overall action of the helmet and the unknown conditions in which
the helmet has been used, make it advisable for your own safety to replace the
helmet after this period of use.
• Do not use product for extreme uses such as downhill racing at high speeds,
jumping or leaping with a fully suspended bicycle, snow sports, water sports,
motor sports, street hockey, playground activities, or other activities where face,
ear, or greater protection or coverage is desired.
• The safety helmet is designed to absorb only one impact and damage from
an impact is rarely visible from the outside. It is therefore essential to replace
the helmet after a fall, accident or other violent impact. Such helmet should be
returned to original place of purchase for inspection, or destroyed and replaced.
In the event of any impact, do not use this helmet.
• Any helmet that has been subjected to a violent impact should be replaced.
• To provide maximum protection, the helmet must fit properly on the head and its
chinstrap securely fastened under the chin.
• Always fasten the chinstrap before setting off and check that the buckle system
and straps are correctly in position.
• Never ride with the buckle unfastened or incorrectly adjusted. The chinstrap must
be correctly positioned and must not come loose when pulled.
• No helmet provides absolute protection from all conceivable impacts. This
helmet has been specially developed for bicycle riding and is unsuitable for other
purposes.
• Examine the helmet for damage at regular intervals. Small scratches will not
impair the protective function of your helmet.
• Check for proper fit and adjustment often, including each time you wear it, and
periodically during use.
• Always make sure the buckle is properly fastened and the loose end of the
chinstrap is tucked through the rubber “O” ring before you ride. Failure to follow
this instruction could result in serious personal injury.
• The helmet safety mechanism described above can also cause small cracks in the
shell when the helmet is dropped from a small height (less than 1 meter).
• Use of the product at a high volume for a long period of time may damage your
eardrums or hearing ability.
• Do not wear anything underneath your helmet, such as a cap, hood, bundled hair,
headphones, or barrettes, as the helmet may loosen or come off. Do not wear
anyone else’s helmet and don’t loan your helmet to anyone else.
• When relevant, follow all regulations regarding the use of the camera.
(1) Do not use your camera in an aircraft, unless permitted.
(2) Turn off the camera when you are near medical equipment. Your camera can
cause interference with medical devices in hospital or healthcare facilities.
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• The camera generates a low level magnetic field. Keep a safe distance between
the camera and cardiac pacemakers to avoid potential interference. Turn off the
camera immediately if your camera indicates interference with a pacemaker and
contact the pacemaker manufacturer or a physician.
• Avoid interference with other electronic devices. Your camera generates a low
level magnetic field that may interfere with unsealed or improperly shielded
electronic equipment in homes or vehicles. Consult the manufacturers of your
electronic devices to resolve any interference problems you experience.
• Never use a damaged memory card. This may result in electric shock, camera
malfunction, or fire.
NOTICE
• In some regions, it is prohibited by law to ride bicycles while wearing headsets
or earbuds. Therefore, be certain you are aware of all relevant laws in the region
where you are using the product and are sure that you comply with them.
• Do not use the product in high-temperatures or apply heat to the product as this
may cause damage, explosion, or fire.
• Do not use heat damaged helmets. Heat damaged helmets will appear to have
uneven or have bubbly surfaces.
• If the product emits an unusual smell, feels hot, or appears abnormal in any other
way while using or charging, stop using it immediately. It may cause damage,
explosion, or fire. Contact your sales location if any of these problems are
observed.
• Do not attach anything to your helmet, including mirrors or lights.
• Keep product away from pets or small children. They may damage the product.
• Do not cause impact to the product or touch it with sharp tools as this may
damage the product.
• In any place where wireless communication is prohibited, such as hospitals
or airplanes, turn off the power. In a place where wireless communication is
prohibited, electromagnetic waves may cause hazards or accidents.
• Do not use the product near hazardous explosives. When it is near any explosion
hazards, turn off the power and heed any regulations, instructions, and signs in
the area.
• Any changes or modifications to the helmet not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the limited warranty to operate the helmet.
• High internal temperature may result in noisy photos. This is not a malfunction
and does not affect your camera’s overall performance.
• Check that the camera is operating properly in advance. Any file loss or camera
damage caused by camera malfunction or improper use is not covered under
warranty.
Battery
Your product has a built-in battery. Be careful to heed all safety information in this
guide. Failure to carefully observe the safety precautions can cause battery heat
generation, bursting, fire and serious personal injury.
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WARNING
• Do not use the product in direct sunlight for a long period of time. Doing so can
damage the product and generate heat that can cause burns.
• Do not use or store the product inside cars in hot weather. It may cause the
battery to generate heat, rupture, or ignite and cause serious injury.
• Do not continue charging the battery if it does not recharge within the specified
charging time. Doing so may cause the battery to become hot, explode, or ignite
and cause serious injury.
• Do not leave the product near open flames. Do not dispose of the product in a
fire. It may cause the battery to become hot, explode, or ignite and cause serious
injury.
• Never attempt to charge a battery with the charger which has been physically
damaged. It may cause explosion and/or accidents.
NOTICE
• Battery life may vary depending on conditions, environmental factors, functions of
the product in use, and devices used with it.
Product Storage and Management
Take the following precautions to avoid personal injury or damage to your product
while storing and maintaining the product.
CAUTION
• Do not dispose of the product with household waste. The built-in battery is not
to be disposed of in municipal waste stream and requires separate collection.
Disposal of the product should be done in accordance with the local regulations.
• Never leave the product with the lens facing the direct sunlight. Doing so may
result in a fire due to the sunlight being concentrated by the lens.
NOTICE
• Keep the product free of dust. Dust may damage mechanical and electronic parts
of the product.
• The product should be stored at room temperature. Do not expose the product
to extremely high or low temperature as this may reduce the life span of electronic
devices, damage the battery, and/or melt plastic parts of the product.
• Do not clean the product with motor fuel, thinners, cleaning solvents, toxic
chemicals, or strong detergents as this may damage the product. Make sure
the helmet does not come into contact with such substances, even for cleaning
purposes as these substances can destroy the structure of the shell.
• Do not paint the product. Paint may obstruct moving parts or interfere with the
normal operation of the product.
• Do not drop or otherwise shock the product. It may damage the product or its
internal electronic circuits.
• Do not disassemble, repair or modify the product as this may damage the product
and invalidate the product warranty.
• Do not store the product in humid environments, especially for long periods of
time. It may damage the internal electronic circuits.
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• Original components should not be altered or removed. The fitting of additional
parts from other manufacturers that have not been recommended can reduce the
protective effect and renders the certification specified under the section labeled
“Helmet Certification” and all warranty and insurance claims invalid.
• Battery performance will deteriorate over time if stored for a long period of time
without being used.
• Do not store the camera in proximity to magnetic fields. Doing so may result in
camera malfunction.
• Be careful to protect the lens by avoiding rough handling or physical shock.
• Wipe the surface of the lens with a soft cloth in the following situations:
(1) When there are fingerprints on the lens surface.
(2) When the lens is used in hot or humid environments, such as near oceans or
rivers.
• Store the product in a well-ventilated room to protect the lens from dirt and dust.
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1. ABOUT THE R1/R1 MIPS SMART
CYCLING HELMET
1.1
General Information
This product is a bicycle helmet. Do not use it for any other purpose
than riding a bicycle. If you use the helmet for anything else, it may not
provide sufficient protection in an accident.
Sena recommends that you choose a helmet which provides the most
coverage, as a helmet that covers more of your head may provide
additional protection. Always wear your bicycle helmet low in the front
to protect the forehead, as this area is most likely to be impacted in
a bicycle crash. Make sure the helmet fits comfortably and is tightly
fastened at all times.
WARNING
• Your helmet will not protect against injury in all types of accidents.
Even while wearing a helmet, low speed accidents may result in
serious head injury or death. A bicycle helmet will not protect
against injuries to the spine, neck or face. In the event of any
impact, do not use this helmet. There may be damage invisible
to you, which may reduce the ability of the helmet to reduce the
harmful effects of a blow to the head. Such helmet should be
returned to Sena for inspection, or destroyed and replaced.
• Do not modify or remove any original part of the helmet. Do not
use heat damaged helmets. Heat damaged helmets will appear to
have uneven or have bubbly surfaces.
• This User’s Guide and the stickers inside your helmet contain
many instructions and warnings about your helmet. It is important
for you to understand everything communicated in them before
your first ride. If you do not, please contact your authorized Sena
Retailer with any questions you may have. Failure to follow any of
the provided instructions or warnings could void your warranty, and
most importantly, could result in severe personal injury or death.
If you are a parent or guardian and this helmet is for your child,
please take the time to read this manual as you should make sure
your child understands everything in this User’s Guide.
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WARNING
• For maximum protection, the helmet must fit properly on the
head and its chinstrap securely fastened under the chin. With
the retention system comfortably but firmly adjusted, the helmet
should allow sufficient peripheral vision when secured. If the
helmet is too large, it may move on your head while riding. If the
helmet can be moved when pulled from the back in an upward and
forward direction, then the helmet is not fitted properly. This could
cause the helmet to obstruct your vision while riding or come off
in an accident, resulting in personal injury or death. Please refer
to Section 1.4: “Wearing the Helmet” for more details about
properly securing and wearing your helmet.
• The contents of this helmet User’s Guide are subject to change
without notice. Its illustrations may differ from the actual product.
The copyrights for the User’s Guide belong to Sena Technologies,
Inc. Reproduction or copying of the User’s Guide without
permission is strictly prohibited.
For United States Consumers, this helmet has been tested and certified
to meet and exceed the Bicycle Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets,
16 CFR Part 1203. A copy of this regulation can be obtained by visiting
CPSC.gov. For European Consumers, this helmet has been tested and
certified to meet and exceed European Committee for Standardization,
CE EN1078. A copy of this regulation can be obtained by visiting CEN.
eu.
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1.2 Product Details
1
3
2
No. Name
1 Microphone
2 Speakers
3 Bluetooth System’s Button
1.3 Package Contents
Helmet
USB Power & Data Cable
(Straight Micro USB type)
Helmet Pouch
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1.4 Wearing the Helmet
1.4.1 How to Wear The Helmet
For proper use, the helmet must sit level on the head and low on the
forehead. The Sena helmet uses a simple, quick-release buckle system
that, once adjusted, can be buckled and unbuckled without changing
the adjustment. For proper use, the straps must be tight and evenly
tensioned.
To properly wear your helmet:
1. Position the helmet on your head with the front covering your
forehead. If the helmet is tipped back and is not covering your
forehead then the helmet is not in the proper position.
WARNING: Always wear the helmet in the proper position on
your head with the front of the helmet covering your forehead for
maximum protection. Never wear the helmet tipped back as the
helmet will be in the improper position causing your forehead to be
exposed. All fitment adjustments need to be made with the helmet
in the proper position.
2. Position the strap adjuster centered, just below your ears.
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3. Position the helmet low on your forehead with the buckle under the
chin and back against the throat. The straps should fit comfortably
around both ears.
12
No. Name
1 Buckle
2 Strap Adjuster
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4. With the strap adjuster in the proper position, adjust the chinstrap
tension at the buckle. Adjust the tension so the chinstrap is tight and
comfortable by pulling the chinstrap end through the buckle to either
tighten or loosen as needed. Use the “O-Ring” to secure the excess
strap. Always wear the helmet with the chinstrap buckle fastened and
the chinstrap pulled tight and positioned back against the throat.
With the strap buckled and the helmet positioned, you should feel
the chinstrap pull firmly against your chin as you open your mouth.
When properly adjusted the helmet will wrap around your head and
cradle it with firm, but comfortable pressure.
2
1
No. Name
1 O-Ring
2 Chinstrap
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5. Your helmet is equipped with an adjustable retention system which
helps stabilize the helmet in the correct position when you ride. When
wearing the helmet, turn the retention system knob clockwise to
tighten the helmet or counterclockwise to loosen the helmet.
1
No. Name
1 Retention System Knob
6. To change the height of the retention system, firmly pull or push the
retention system upward or downward to a different position.
1
No. Name
1 Retention System
WARNING: For maximum protection, this helmet must be fitted
and attached properly to the wearer’s head in accordance with the
following instructions. If after adjustment the helmet does not fit
properly, do not use the helmet. Return it to the retailer or Sena.
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1.4.2 Helmet Fitment Check
With the retention system knob turned clockwise until comfortably tight
and the chinstrap buckled under the chin and back against the throat,
grab the helmet with both hands and try to remove it by rolling the
helmet forward and backward as far as you can. This is an important test
to ensure that the helmet fits correctly. When you do this, you should
feel the chinstrap pull against the underside of your chin and the helmet
will resist any movement. If this isn’t the case, tighten the chinstrap and
try it again until this happens. If you cannot achieve the proper fit, DO
NOT USE THIS HELMET. Replace it with a different size until the correct
fit is achieved.
Also, for a proper Helmet Fitment Check if you can roll the helmet
forward such that it blocks your vision or if you can roll the helmet
backwards such that your forehead is not covered, tighten the chinstrap
and the retention system and try again until you cannot roll the helmet
forward or backwards.
•
•
•
•
•
WARNING
Do not wear anything underneath your helmet, such as a cap,
hood, bundled hair, headphones, or barrettes, as the helmet may
loosen or come off. Do not wear anyone else’s helmet and don’t
loan your helmet to anyone else.
Always make sure the buckle is properly fastened before you ride.
Failure to follow this instruction could result in serious personal
injury, as the helmet may not stay in position while riding or during
a fall. For proper use, make sure the loose end of the chinstrap is
tucked through the rubber “O” ring.
Check for proper fit and adjustment often, including each time you
wear it, and periodically during use.
This helmet has been designed for recreational bicycling. This
helmet has not been approved and is not intended for extreme
uses such as downhill racing at high speeds, jumping or leaping
with a fully suspended bicycle, snow sports, water sports, motor
sports, street hockey, playground activities, or other activities where
face, ear, or greater protection or coverage is desired.
Always wear a helmet when bicycling. When you get off your
bicycle, remove your helmet. Do not wear a helmet while climbing
trees, in play areas, on playground equipment, or, at any time while
not riding a bicycle. Parents: Instruct children to follow this warning.
Failure to follow this warning could result in serious personal injury,
death or death by strangulation.
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2. GETTING STARTED: BUILT-IN
BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
2.1 Button Function
Bluetooth System’s Buttons
1
4
2
3
No. Name
1
Function
Blue, Red and Green
LED Lights
• Increase Volume
2
(+) Button
• Track Forward
• Scan Radio Stations
• Speed Dial
• Answer/End Phone Call
• Reject an Incoming Phone Call
3
Center Button
• Start/End Intercom Conversation
• Play/Pause Music
• Enter Intercom Pairing Mode
• Enter Voice Configuration Settings
• Decrease Volume
4
(-) Button
• Track Back
• FM Tuner On/Off
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2.2 Powering On and Off
Press and hold the Center Button and the (+) Button at the same time
for 1 second to turn the Bluetooth system on or off.
Powering On/Off
=
HOLD
1s
power
on/OFF
device
2.3 Charging
WARNING: When charging the battery, use only the approved
charger provided by the manufacturer. Use of a non-approved charger
may cause fire, explosion, leakage, and other hazards which may also
reduce the life time or performance of the battery.
The Bluetooth system can be charged using many common methods via
the supplied USB power & data cable:
1. Plugged into a computer’s USB port.
2. With a USB-equipped AC adapter via a wall-outlet charger.
Note:
• Please make sure to take off your helmet while charging. The
Bluetooth system automatically turns off during charging.
• Any 3rd party USB charger can be used with Sena products if the
charger is approved by either the FCC, CE, IC or other locally
approved agencies that Sena accepts.
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Charging the Bluetooth System
Depending upon the charging method, the Bluetooth system will be
fully charged in about 2.5 hours.
2.4 Checking the Battery Level
There are two ways to check battery level:
1. Visually, with LEDs when powering on.
Battery Level - Visual Method
=
HOLD
1s
visual
method
=
high
=
MEDium
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=
LOW
Note:
1. The battery performance may be reduced over time with usage.
2. Battery life may vary depending on conditions, environmental
factors, functions of the product in use, and devices used with it.
2. Audible method: press and hold the Center Button and the
(+) Button for 3 more seconds as the Bluetooth system powers on. A
prompt will announce the remaining battery level.
Audible Method
HOLD
=
3s
audible
method
“Battery level
high/medium/low”
Note:
• Blinking LEDs alternate from blue to red when battery power is
low.
• When the battery is low while in use, you will hear a voice prompt
saying “Low battery”.
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2.5 Volume Adjustment
You can raise or lower the volume by tapping the (+) Button or the
(-) Button. Volume is set and maintained independently at different
levels for each audio source (i.e. phone, intercom), even when the
Bluetooth system is rebooted.
Volume up
=
TAP
1x
volume up
Volume down
=
TAP
1x
Volume
down
WARNING: Use of the product at a high volume for a long period
of time may damage your eardrums or hearing ability. Keep the
volume at a modest level to prevent damage.
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2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
The Sena Device Manager allows you to upgrade the Bluetooth
system’s firmware and configure its settings directly from your PC
or Apple computer. Using this software, you can assign speed dial
presets, FM radio station presets and more. For more information on
downloading the Sena Device manager, please visit sena.com.
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2.6.2 Sena App
The Sena App allows you to configure the Bluetooth system’s settings,
as well as access the User’s and Quick Start Guides. To do so, pair your
mobile phone with your Bluetooth system. Run the Sena App and
configure the settings directly from your smartphone. You can download
the Sena App for Android and Apple operating systems.
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2.7 Configuration Menu
The Bluetooth system can be configured by following a series of voice
prompts. Further details about each of these settings will be explained
on the following pages.
1. To access the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu, press and
hold the Center Button for 10 seconds until you hear the voice
prompt, “Configuration menu”.
Accessing the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
access
Config.
menu
“Configuration menu”
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to navigate between the menus.
You will hear voice prompts for each menu item. The list of functions
is shown in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu on page
27.
Navigating Forward through the Menu
=
TAP
1x
navigate
FORWARD
“[Menu prompt]”
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Navigating Backward through the Menu
TAP
=
1x
navigate
backward
“[Menu prompt]”
3. You can enable/disable the feature or execute the command by
tapping the Center Button.
Enable/Disable or Execute a Feature
Enable or
disable
TAP
=
1x
execute
Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
Tap the (+) Button or (-) Button the specified number of times
TAP
1x
TAP
5x
TAP
6x
Tap the Center Button
Phone Pairing
Execute
Speed Dial
Execute
Voice Prompt
Enable/Disable
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Tap the (+) Button or (-) Button the specified number of times
TAP
7x
TAP
8x
TAP
6x
TAP
5x
TAP
4x
TAP
2x
TAP
1x
Tap the Center Button
RDS AF Setting
Enable/Disable
FM Station Guide
Enable/Disable
Advanced Noise Control
Enable/Disable
Delete All Pairings
Execute
Remote Control Pairing
Execute
Factory Reset
Execute
Exit Configuration
Execute
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3. Pairing the Bluetooth System
with other Bluetooth Devices
Before using the Bluetooth system with other Bluetooth devices for the
first time, they’ll need to be “paired”. This enables them to recognize
and communicate with one another whenever they’re within range.
The Bluetooth system can pair with multiple Bluetooth devices such
as mobile phone. The Bluetooth system can also be paired with up to
three other Sena headsets or Bluetooth systems.
Pairs with up to three Sena Headsets
3.1 Mobile Phone
1. Execute Phone Pairing in the Bluetooth System Configuration
Menu.
Access Phone Pairing in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
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=
TAP
1x
Navigate
forward
1x
“Phone pairing”
=
Alternating blue and red
flashing lights indicate
device is now discoverable.
BLUETOOTH
LED STATUS
2. With your mobile phone in Bluetooth-pairing mode, select Sena R1 in
the list of devices detected.
3. If your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
=
PIN NUMBER
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
4.1 Making and Answering Calls
Answer a Call
=
TAP
1x
Answer
End/Reject a Call
=
HOLD
2s
END/REJECT
Make a Call with Voice Dialer
=
HOLD
3s
VOICE DIAL
Note: If you have a GPS device connected, you will not hear its voice
navigations during a phone call.
4.2 Speed Dialing
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
1. Execute Speed Dial in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
by holding down the Center Button for 10 seconds, then using the
(+) and (-) Buttons to scroll through the menu. Please refer to Section
2.7: “Configuration Menu” for more details.
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Assigning Speed Dial Presets
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
5x
Navigate
forward
5x
“Speed dial”
=
TAP
1x
Execute
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to set up the three available
Speed Dial Presets. You will hear the voice prompt, “Speed dial”
followed by the preset number.
Navigate Forward through Preset Numbers
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1x
“Speed dial (#)”
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Navigate Backward through Preset Numbers
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
1x
“Speed dial (#)”
3. On your mobile phone, call the number to which you want to assign
a Speed Dial Preset. The call will be terminated immediately. Then,
you will hear the voice prompt, “Save speed dial (#)”. This confirms
that the number was saved.
On Your Mobile Phone, Dial Number
=
Dial the phone number
on your mobile phone
Mobile
phone
“Save speed dial (#)”
4. Use this procedure to save other Speed Dial Presets.
5. To exit the menu, tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button until you hear
the voice prompt, “Cancel”, then tap the Center Button to confirm.
Exit Menu
=
TAP
1x
Exit
Menu
“Cancel”
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TAP
=
1x
Execute
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
1. Press and hold the (+) Button for 3 seconds to enter into the Speed
Dial menu. You will hear the voice prompt, “Speed dial”.
Enter Speed Dial Mode
=
HOLD
3s
Speed Dial
“Speed dial”
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to navigate between the Speed
Dial Presets.
Navigate Forward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
forward
Navigate Backward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
Backward
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3. To redial the last number called, tap the Center Button when you
hear the prompt, “Last number redial”.
Redial Last Number
=
TAP
1x
Redial
“Last number redial”
4. To call one of your Speed Dial Presets, tap the Center Button when
you hear the prompt, “Speed dial (#)”.
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
=
TAP
1x
Speed Dial
“Speed dial (#)”
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5. STEREO MUSIC
5.1 Playing Music with Bluetooth Devices
1. To play or pause music, press and hold the Center Button for
1 second until you hear a double beep.
Play/Pause Music
=
HOLD
1s
Play/pause
“[Beep, Beep]”
2. To adjust the volume, tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button.
Volume Up
=
TAP
1x
VOLUME UP
Volume Down
=
TAP
1x
VOLUME
DOWN
3. To track forward or back, press and hold the (+) Button or the
(-) Button for 1 second.
Next Track
=
HOLD
1s
Skip Track
forward
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Previous Track
=
HOLD
1s
Skip Track
backward
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
6.1 Intercom Pairing
Up to three other people can be paired with the helmet for Bluetooth
intercom conversations.
Pairing with Intercom Friends
1. Press and hold the Center Button on two Bluetooth systems for
5 seconds until you hear the voice prompt, “Intercom pairing”.
Pairing with Intercom B
YOU
&
=
HOLD
5s
Intercom
Friend B
“Intercom Pairing”
=
Red flashing lights indicate
device is now discoverable.
bluetooth
LED STATUS
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2. Tap the Center Button on either Bluetooth system and wait until the
LEDs of both turn blue.
On Either One of the Devices
YOU
or
TAP
=
1x
Intercom
Friend B
=
Blue flashing LED confirms
intercoms are paired.
BLUETOOTH
LED STATUS
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to pair with Intercom Friends C & D.
Last-Come, First-Served
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
Intercom
Friend 3
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6.2 Two-Way Intercom
You can start or end an intercom conversation with an Intercom Friend
by tapping the Center Button.
1. Tap one for Intercom Friend 1.
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 1
=
TAP
1x
Intercom
Friend 1
2. Tap twice for Intercom Friend 2.
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 2
=
TAP
2x
Intercom
Friend 2
3. Tap three times for Intercom Friend 3.
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 3
=
TAP
3x
Intercom
Friend 3
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6.3 Multi-Way Intercom
Multi-Way Intercom enables conference-call-style conversations
with up to three Intercom Friends at the same time. While MultiWay Intercom is in progress, mobile phone connection is temporarily
disconnected. However, as soon as Multi-Way Intercom terminates, the
mobile phone connection will be reestablished.
6.3.1 Starting a Three-Way Intercom Conference
You (A) can have a Three-Way intercom Conference with two other
Intercom Friends (B & C) by establishing two intercom connections
simultaneously.
1. Pair your Bluetooth system (A) with those of two other Intercom
Friends (B & C). Please refer to Section 6.1: “Intercom Pairing” for
pairing instructions.
Pair with Intercom Friends B & C
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
2. Start an intercom conversation with one of the two friends in
your intercom group. For example, you (A) may start an intercom
conversation with the Intercom Friend (B). Or, Intercom Friend (B)
may start an intercom call with you (A).
Starting an Intercom Conversation with Intercom Friend B
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
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3. Then, you (A) can call the second Intercom Friend (C), or the second
Intercom Friend (C) may join the intercom by making an intercom
call to you (A).
Starting an Intercom Conversation with Intercom Friend C
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
4. Now you (A) and two Intercom Friends (B & C) are having a ThreeWay Intercom Conference.
Three-Way Intercom
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
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6.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom Conference
With three Intercom Friends connected, a new participant (D) can
make it a Four-Way Intercom Conference by making an intercom call
to either (B) or (C).
Starting a Four-Way Intercom
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend D
Intercom
Friend B
6.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
1. Press the Center Button for 1 second until you hear a beep to
terminate all intercom connections.
2. Tap the Center Button to disconnect from your first Intercom Friend.
Double tap the Center Button to disconnect from your second
Intercom Friend.
6.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call with Intercom
Users
You can have a Three-Way Conference Phone Call by adding an
Intercom Friend to the mobile phone conversation.
1. During a mobile phone call, tap the Center Button to invite one of
your Intercom Friends to the conversation.
Invite an Intercom Friend into Phone Conference
=
TAP
1x
ADD AN
INTERCOM
FRIEND to
CALL
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2. To disconnect the intercom during a conference phone call, tap the
Center Button.
Disconnect Intercom Friend from Conference
=
TAP
1x
Disconnect
intercom
3. To disconnect the mobile phone call during a conference phone call,
press the Center Button for 2 seconds.
End Phone Call
=
HOLD
2s
END MOBILE
CALL
Note: When you have an incoming intercom call during a mobile
phone call, you will hear a voice prompt, “Intercom Requested.”
6.5 Group Intercom
Group Intercom allows you to instantly create a Multi-Way Conference
Intercom with three of the most recently paired headsets.
1. Pair intercoms with up to three people you want in the Group
Intercom.
2. Tap the (+) Button and the (-) Button simultaneously to begin Group
Intercom. The alternating blue and red flashing lights indicate that
the device is now in Group Intercom mode and you will hear a voice
prompt, “Group intercom”.
Start Group Intercom
=
TAP
1x
start
Group
intercom
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=
Green LED Flashing
BLUETOOTH
LED STATUS
“Group intercom”
3. When all of the headsets are connected together, everyone will hear
the voice prompt, “Group intercom connected”.
“Group intercom connected”
4. To terminate Group Intercom, press the Center Button for 1 second
during Group Intercom. You will hear a voice prompt, “Group
intercom terminated”.
End Group Intercom
=
HOLD
1s
end Group
intercom
“Group intercom terminated”
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6.6 Advanced Noise Control™ (Default: Enable)
An Advanced Noise Control setting can be found in the Bluetooth
System Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
If Advanced Noise Control is enabled, background noise is reduced
during intercom conversations.
If Advanced Noise Control is disabled, the background noise is mixed
with your voice while using the intercom.
Access Advanced Noise Control in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
6x
Navigate
backward
6x
“Noise control”
=
TAP
1x
Enable or
disable
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
7.1
FM Radio On/Off
To turn on or shut off the FM radio, press the (-) Button for 1 second
until you hear a double beep.
FM Radio On
HOLD
=
1s
FM radio
on
“[Beep, Beep]”
FM Radio Off
HOLD
=
1s
FM radio
off
“[Beep, Beep]”
7.2 Seek and Save Radio Stations
The “Seek” feature searches for radio stations.
1. Double tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to search for radio
stations.
Seek Stations Forward
=
TAP
2x
Seek
Forward
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Seek Stations Backward
=
TAP
2x
Seek
Backward
2. To save the current station, press and hold the Center Button for 3
seconds until you hear the voice prompt, “Preset (#)”.
Enter Preset Selection Mode
=
HOLD
3s
ENTER
PRESET
MODE
“Preset (#)”
3. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to navigate through the preset
numbers that you want to store.
Navigate Forward through Preset Stations
=
TAP
1x
Navigate
forward
Navigate Backward through Preset Stations
=
TAP
1x
Navigate
backward
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4. Press and hold the (+) Button for 1 second to save the station in the
preset number you choose. Or, press and hold the (-) Button for 1
second to delete the station from memory.
Save Station to the Preset Number
=
HOLD
1s
Save to
preset #
Delete Station from Memory
=
HOLD
1s
Delete
station
7.3 Scan and Save Radio Stations
The “Scan” function automatically searches for radio stations, starting
with the current station’s frequency, then up from there.
1. Press and hold the (+) Button for 1 second to scan for stations.
Scan and Save Radio Stations
=
HOLD
1s
start
Scanning
2. The Sena tuner pauses at each station it finds for 8 seconds before
moving to the next.
3. To save the current station, tap the Center Button. The station will be
saved as the next preset number.
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Save the Current Station
TAP
=
1x
Save
station
“Preset (#)”
4. To stop scanning, press the (+) Button for 1 second.
Stop Scanning
=
HOLD
1s
Stop
scanning
7.4 Temporary Station Preset
The Temporary Preset feature automatically finds and saves the nearest
10 radio stations without changing your existing preset stations.
1. Tap the (+) Button three times to automatically find and save 10
stations.
Temporary Stations
=
TAP
3x
Temporary
stations
2. The temporary preset stations will be cleared when the Bluetooth
system reboots.
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7.5 Navigating Preset Stations
Using the methods above, up to 10 radio stations can be stored. Press
and hold the Center Button for 1 second to navigate through the
saved stations.
Navigate through Preset Stations
=
HOLD
1s
Navigate
forward
Note: You can use the Sena Device Manager or the Sena App to
save the preset stations.
7.6 Region Selection
You can select the proper FM frequency range for your location from the
Sena Device Manager or the Sena App. Using the region setting, you
can optimize the seek function to avoid unnecessary frequency ranges.
Region
Frequency range
Step
Worldwide
76.0 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
North America, South
America and Australia
87.5 ~ 107.9 MHz
± 200 kHz
Asia and Europe
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Japan
76.0 ~ 95.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
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7.7
Radio Data System(RDS) Alternative(AF)
Setting (Default: Enable)
The RDS AF setting can be found in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7: “Configuration
Menu” for more details.
When radio station signals get too weak for good reception, with RDS
AF enabled, the Sena radio receiver re-tunes to a station with better
reception. If RDS AF is disabled, you’ll have to find stronger stations
manually.
Access RDS AF Setting in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
7x
Navigate
Forward
7x
“RDS AF setting”
=
TAP
1x
Enable or
disable
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7.8 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
The FM Station Guide setting can be found in the Bluetooth
System Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
When FM Station Guide is enabled, FM station frequencies are given by
voice prompts as you select preset stations. When FM Station Guide is
disabled, the voice prompts on FM station frequencies will not be given
as you select preset stations.
Access FM Station Guide in the Bluetooth System Configuration
Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
8x
Navigate
Forward
8x
“FM station guide”
=
TAP
1x
Enable or
disable
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8. HEADSET CONFIGURATION
SETTINGS
8.1 Function Priority
The Bluetooth system prioritizes connected devices in the following
order:
(highest)
Mobile phone
Intercom
FM Radio
(lowest)
Bluetooth stereo music
A lower-priority function gets interrupted by a higher-priority function.
For example, stereo music will be interrupted by an Intercom
Conversation; an Intercom Conversation will be interrupted by an
incoming mobile phone call.
8.2 Firmware Upgrades
The Bluetooth system supports firmware upgrades. You can upgrade
the firmware using the Sena Device Manager. Please refer to Section
2.6.1: “Sena Device Manager” for more details. Please visit sena.com
to check for the latest software downloads.
Click Here to Visit sena.com
8.3 Voice Prompts
A Voice prompt setting can be found in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7: “Configuration
Menu” for more details.
If Voice prompt is enabled, you can hear Voice prompts for different
kinds of features. If Voice prompt is disabled, Voice prompts are
silenced except for those in the Bluetooth System Configuration
Menu, battery level indication, speed dial, and FM radio functions.
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Access Voice Prompt in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
6x
Navigate
forward
6x
“Voice prompt”
=
TAP
1x
Enable or
disable
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8.4 Deleting All Bluetooth Pairing Information
A Delete All Bluetooth Pairing Information setting can be found in
the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section
2.7: “Configuration Menu” for more details.
Tap the Center Button when in this menu to Delete All Bluetooth
Pairing Information stored in the headset.
Access Delete All Pairings in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
5x
Navigate
Backward
5x
“Delete all pairings”
=
TAP
1x
Execute
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9. REMOTE CONTROL
You can remotely control the Bluetooth system using Sena Remote
Control devices (sold separately) such as a Handlebar Remote or a
Wristband Remote. This eliminates the need to remove your hands from
the handlebars for button operations.
9.1
Pairing with the Remote Control
1. Turn on the Bluetooth system and the Remote Control device.
2. Execute Remote Control Pairing in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7: “Configuration
Menu” for more details.
Access Remote Control Pairing in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
4x
Navigate
Backward
4x
“Remote control pairing”
=
TAP
1x
Execute
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3. Enter pairing mode in the Remote Control device. The Bluetooth
system will automatically connect with the Remote Control device
in pairing mode. You will hear a voice prompt, “Remote control
connected”, when they are successfully paired.
Enter Pairing Mode
=
Enter Pairing Mode
on Remote Control.
Remote
control
“Remote control connected”
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
Please visit sena.com for answers to frequently asked questions. This
detailed online FAQ section deals with troubleshooting, illustrates case
studies and contains tips on using the helmet.
Click Here to Visit sena.com
10.1 Fault Reset
When the Bluetooth system is not working properly, you can easily reset
the unit:
1. Locate the pinhole reset button below Sena logo at the back side of
the helmet.
2. Gently insert a paper clip into the hole and press and Fault Reset
Button for 1 second with light pressure.
Fault Reset
=
FAULT RESET
3. The Bluetooth system will shut down.
Note: Fault Reset will not restore the Bluetooth system to factory
default settings.
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10.2 Factory Reset
To erase all of your settings and start fresh, Bluetooth system can be
restored to factory default settings using the Factory Reset feature in
the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section
2.7: “Configuration Menu” for more details.
Access Factory Reset in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Access
config.
Menu
“Configuration menu”
=
TAP
2x
Navigate
Backward
2x
“Factory reset”
=
TAP
1x
Execute
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11. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
The inner lining of the helmet is completely removable. Its headliner
can be washed by hand using only water, mild soap, at a maximum
temperature of 30ºC (86ºF), and non-abrasive cloths to clean the
helmet’s shell, pads and retention system. Allow the padding to dry
at room temperature. Store the helmet in a dry, dark, well-ventilated
location, out of the reach of children and animals. High temperatures
(above 110ºF, 43ºC) may melt the helmet’s shell.
WARNING
• Never use gasoline, diesel fuel, thinners or solvents to clean the
helmet. These substances can cause serious damage to the helmet,
even though the resulting damage may not be visible. This helmet
can be damaged by contact with common substances (for example,
certain solvents (ammonia), cleaners (bleach), paints, abrasives)
and this damage may not be visible to the wearer. Do not use this
helmet if it has been exposed to such substances. The full safety
function of the helmet can no longer be guaranteed if exposed to
damaging substances.
• Do not store your helmet in your car or anywhere else near a heat
source. Do not use if the shell has been melted or deformed.
Always position the helmet so that it cannot fall to the floor.
Damage that occurs in this way is not covered by the warranty.
• Do not attach anything to your helmet, including mirrors or lights.
The shell of this helmet is constructed of expanded polymer foam.
Ventilation holes may allow harmful objects to pass in the helmet
interior.
The protective capability of your helmet will diminish over time,
dependent upon many factors such as dents, dings, and exposure to
pollution, harmful chemicals and long term exposure to the sun. Sena
recommends that helmets be replaced after five years.
Note: The useful life of your helmet may be less than five years as a
result of exposure to sunlight, rough, handling/storage that results in
dents or cuts or as a result of heavy use.
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Copyright © 2019 Sena Technologies, Inc.
All rights reserved.
© 1998–2019 Sena Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved.
Sena Technologies, Inc. reserves the right to make
any changes and improvements to its product without
providing prior notice.
Sena™ is a trademark of Sena Technologies, Inc. or its
subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. SF1™, SF2™,
SF4™, SFR™, SRL™, Momentum™, Momentum INC™,
Momentum Lite™, Momentum Pro™, Momentum INC
Pro™, Momentum EVO™, Cavalry™, 30K™, 20S EVO™,
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™, Savage™, Prism Tube WiFi™, Prism™, Bluetooth
Audio Pack for GoPro®, R1™, R1 M™, RC3™, RC4™,
Handlebar Remote™, Wristband Remote™, PowerPro
Mount™, Powerbank™, FreeWire™, WiFi Docking
Station™, +mesh™, Econo™, SR10™, SM10™, X1™,
Expand™, Tufftalk™, Tufftalk Lite™, Tufftalk M™ are
trademarks of Sena Technologies, Inc. or its subsidiaries.
These trademarks may not be used without the express
permission of Sena.
GoPro® is a registered trademark of Woodman Labs
of San Mateo, California. Sena Technologies, Inc.
(“Sena”) is not affiliated with Woodman Labs, Inc.
The Sena Bluetooth Pack for GoPro® is an aftermarket
accessory specially designed and manufactured by Sena
Technologies, Inc. for the GoPro® Hero3 and Hero4
allowing for Bluetooth capabilities.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sena
is under license. iPhone® and iPod® touch are registered
trademarks of Apple Inc.
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