SportsArt C532U Owner Manual

SportsArt C532U Owner Manual
SPORTSART C532U UPRIGHT BIKE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................ 1
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................. 2
3. LIST OF PARTS................................................................................................ 6
4. ASSEMBLING YOUR BIKE
STEP1 Rear Support and Cover Installation.................................................... 9
STEP2 Pedestal Installation............................................................................. 11
STEP3 Handlebar and Cover Installation......................................................... 14
STEP4 Pedal Installation.................................................................................. 16
STEP5 Seat Installation....................................................................................17
STEP6 Product Placement............................................................................... 18
STEP7 Leveling the Product............................................................................ 19
STEP8 Adjusting the Seat Position.................................................................. 20
STEP9 How To Connect The Ground Wire...................................................... 22
5. UNDERSTANDING THE C532U DISPLAY CONSOLE
DISPLAY Overview............................................................................................. 23
DISPLAY Windows............................................................................................. 24
DISPLAY Keys.................................................................................................... 24
DISPLAY Specifications..................................................................................... 25
6. OPERATING THE C532U EXERCISE BIKE
OPERATION Quick Start.................................................................................... 26
OPERATION Start.............................................................................................. 26
OPERATION Cool Down.................................................................................... 28
OPERATION Workout Programs........................................................................ 29
7. INTERNAL SETTINGS....................................................................................... 32
8. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION AND PRESENTATION
HEART RATE Telemetry..................................................................................... 33
CONTACT Heart Rate........................................................................................ 33
9. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
HOW HARD SHOULD I EXERCISE?................................................................ 35
HOW LONG SHOULD I EXERCISE?................................................................ 35
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I EXERCISE?.............................................................. 35
10. MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST..........................................................................36
11. WIRING SCHEMATIC...................................................................................... 38
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing one of the finest pieces of exercise equipment on the
market today, the C532U exercise bike. Constructed of high quality materials and
designed for years of trouble-free usage, the C532U exercise bike will become an
integral part of your fitness regimen.
Before using your C532U exercise bike, we recommend that you familiarize yourself
with this Owner's Manual. Whether you are a first-time user of an upright bike or a
seasoned "pro," understanding the correct use of the equipment will enhance your
ability to achieve your exercise goals safely and successfully.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
No.
Name
Qty No.
A1
A2
Pedestal
Handlebar mount upper and
lower cover
1
A3
A4
A5
Handlebar
Pedestal cover
Main frame and body
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1
1
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
1
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Description
Seat bottom
Left/right pedals
Rear support
Rear support cover
Hardware kit
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
Hardware Kit
No.
21
22
Name
Qty
Screw socket
Mushroom top Phillips screw
Serrated washer
L-shaped Allen wrench
L-shaped Allen wrench
Double open-end wrench
Screwdriver handle
Screwdriver bit
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Specification
M5*L12
BW5 3/16
(M5)
(M6)
(13*15)
green
Phillips and flat
Components on the Product
No.
31
32
33
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Part Name
Specification
M8*L20
M8
ψ 22* ψ8.5*t3.0
M8*L20
ψ 18* ψ8.5*t2.0
M6*L12
ψ13* ψ 6*t1.0
M4*L16
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Flat washer
Hex screw
Serrated washer
Inner hex screw
Flat washer
Mushroom top Phillips screw
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Notes
Follow steps A, B, and C to flatten the cardboard box and place the body of the bike
on the flattened cardboard.
A. First, remove the parts, and cut the four corners of the box to flatten them.
B. Lift the front end of the box, and remove the Styrofoam.
C. Lift the back end of the box, and remove the Styrofoam.
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ASSEMBLING YOUR EXERCISE EBIKE
STEP 1
Rear Support and Cover Installation
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1. Follow steps (a~d) below to install the rear support and its cover.
(a) Insert screw sockets (21) into the rear support (A8). Then remove screws (31)
from the rear support (A8).
(b) Use these screws (31) to secure the rear support (A8) to the main frame (A5).
(c) Align the support cover (A9) with the left and right side covers. Then insert the
support cover into the channel.
(d) Finally, use screws (22) to secure the rear support cover (A9).
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STEP 2
Pedestal Installation
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2. Follow steps (a~f) below to secure the pedestal onto the main frame.
(a) First, remove screws (32) from the lower part of the pedestal (A1). Note: Areas A
and B have elongated holes; Area C has round holes.
(b) Insert the pedestal cover (A4) onto the pedestal (A1) as shown.
(c) Insert the pedestal (A1) onto the pedestal base on the main frame (A5), aligning it
with hole A. Start threading screws (32), but do not fully secure these screws yet.
(a)
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(d) Once screws are loosely in place, lower the pedestal into place until B and C
holes come into alignment.
(e) First secure screws (32) in position C. Then secure screws in positions A and B.
( f ) Connect cables at the pedestal base, and tuck extra cabling into the pedestal for
safety.
(g) After connecting cables, press the pedestal cover (A4) down into place.
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STEP 3
Handlebar and Cover Installation
3. Follow steps (a~e) below to secure the handlebar and handlebar mount upper
and lower covers.
(a) Remove screws (33) from the handlebar (A3) as shown.
(b) Remove screws (34), and disconnect upper and lower mount covers (A2) from
each other.
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(c) Hold the handlebar (A3) onto its mount on the pedestal, and (A1) secure the
handlebar mounting screws.
(d) After securing handlebar mount screws, connect wires in the pedestal and
handlebars. Then tuck wires into the handlebar for safety.
(e) Connect handlebar mount upper and lower covers (A2) onto the product, and
secure screws (34).
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STEP 4
Pedal Installation
4. Be very careful in securing pedals to the pedal cranks. Otherwise, pedals and
crank threads can easily become stripped and must be replaced. Note that left and
right side designations for parts correlate to the exerciser's left and right sides as
he or she exercises on the product.
Put the pedal marked “R”on the right crank fitting. Turn the pedal stem clockwise
by hand until you feel it smoothly thread into place. Then use the open-end wrench
to secure the pedal firmly in place. Put the pedal marked “L”on the left crank.
Turn the pedal stem counterclockwise by hand until you feel it smoothly thread into
place. Then use the open-end wrench to secure it firmly in place on the crank.
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STEP 5
Seat Installation
5. First, remove nuts (35) from the seat bottom (A6). Set the seat bottom in place,
and secure it with the nuts (35).
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STEP 6
Product Placement
6. Follow steps (a~c) to install the product in place for use.
(a) Stand in front of the unit. Place one foot in front of the wheel.
(b) Hold onto handlebars with both hands.
(c) Press the handlebars down, placing the unit at a slant. Then roll the bike off the
cardboard and into place for use.
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STEP 7
Leveling the Product
7. Test whether the product wobbles in use. It should rest flat on the floor. If
necessary, follow steps (a,b,c) to level the unit.
(a) Loosen the leveler nut.
(b) Rotate the leveler foot so that it touches the floor.
(c) Then secure the leveler nut against the product frame to secure this position.
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STEP 8
Adjusting the Seat Position
8-1. Follow steps (a~c) to adjust seat height.
(a) Turn the seat adjustment knob counterclockwise. Then pull the knob.
(b) Use your hand to adjust the seat position up or down.
(c) When the seat is in the desired position, release the knob. Then turn the knob
clockwise to lock the seat into place.
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8-2. Follow steps (d~f) to adjust seat fore and aft placement.
(d) Press the fore/aft adjustment lever downward to release the seat.
(e) Use your hand to move the seat fore or aft as desired.
(f) Lift the fore/aft adjustment lever upward to secure this position.
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STEP 9
How To Connect The Ground Wire
Note: The installation of a ground wire is required by European safety standards. The
ground wire is not required by North American safety standards.
Ground wire installation: Use a screw to secure one end of the ground wire to the
product frame as shown. Secure the other end of the ground wire to the building
ground connection.
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UNDERSTANDING THE C532U DISPLAY CONSOLE
DISPLAY Overview
The C532U exercise bike is designed for user convenience. With better feedback
about your workout, you get better results. The following explains the display key and
window functions. Please read this manual, understand the display functions, and
thereby get optimum enjoyment and benefit from this product.
65% HR
TARGET
HEART RATE
80% HR
TARGET
BODY
AREA
LED
DOT MATRIX
WORKOUT
ILLUSTRATION
SCAN
INDICATOR
FEEDBACK
WINDOW
WORKOUT
PROGRAM
KEYS
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DISPLAY Windows
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65% HR TARGET- shows the optimum heart rate zone for weight loss.
■ HEART RATE- shows actual heart rate.
■ 80% HR TARGET- shows the optimum heart rate for cardio conditioning
workouts.
■ WORKOUT ILLUSTRATION- shows workout profiles and workout prompts.
■ FEEDBACK WINDOW- shows workout prompts and workout feedback.
■ LEDs- light to indicate active programs, active feedback, scan mode,
selection confirmation, and body areas being exercised.
DISPLAY Keys
CHANGE - Press the CHANGE key while exercising to view different workout
feedback. Active feedback indicators light up. Top row: WORKOUT LEVEL,
CALORIES, TIME, RPM. Bottom row: DISTANCE, CAL/HR, WATTS, SPEED. In
SCAN mode, a different row of feedback information is displayed every six seconds,
and the scan indicator flashes every second. If not in SCAN mode, the indicator
LEDs remain lit.
QUICK START - Press this key to start exercising without first entering user
information. In QUICK START mode, time counts upward; values accumulate.
START- Press this key to start exercising after inputting user information.
WORKOUT PROGRAM KEYS - When these indicators flash or during exercise,
press a workout program key to activate the related program. The related program
indicator lights up.
ENTER - After making a selection, press this key to confirm your choice.
WORKOUT LEVEL (UP & DOWN) - Press these keys to adjust resistance level.
Holding these keys makes resistance adjust up or down faster.
STOP/HOLD TO RESET - This key has two different functions, depending on
whether you pressed QUICK START or START to begin your workout.
˙ If you entered a workout program via the QUICK START key, press the STOP
key to exit the program.
˙ If you entered a workout program via the START key, press the STOP key to
select another program. PROGRAM indicators flash.
In any circumstance, hold the STOP key for three seconds to go back to the start up
banner screen.
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DISPLAY Specifications
˙ WORKOUT LEVEL (resistance): 1 ~ 20
˙ TIME: 00 ~ 99:59; setting range: 5:00 ~ 99:00. (After 99:00, 0 appears.)
˙ DISTANCE: 0.01 ~ 9999 Km/Mile
˙ CALORIES: 0 ~ 9999 K-CAL
˙ CAL/Hr (calories per hour): 0.0 ~ 999.9 K-CAL
˙ RPM (rotations per minute): 0 ~ 200 (countable)
˙ HEART RATE (range): 40 ~ 250
˙ WATTS: 0 ~ 9999
˙ SPEED: 0 ~ 55.9 mile / hour or 0 ~ 90 kilometers / hour (1km=0.62137 mile; 1
mile=1.60935km)
˙ PROGRAMS: TRACK, HILL, RANDOM, INTERVAL, WT LOSS, CARDIO, ZONE
TRAINER.
˙ AGE: 10 ~ 99
˙ WEIGHT: 30 ~ 205 kg or 66 ~ 450 lb
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OPERATING THE C532U BIKE
There are two ways to start operating the C532U bike. Either press the QUICK START
key or press the START key. QUICK START mode allows you to start exercising
immediately, without the benefit of a user ID. START mode allows you to use a user ID.
User IDs provide workout tracking for up to four people.
Because this is a self-powered product, you must pedal at over 30 RPM to operate the
unit. At under 30 RPM, battery power is used for two minutes. Then the display turns off,
unless an exterior power adapter is in use.
When the product begins to operate, the start up banner screen "SPORTSART-C532U"
appears.
OPERATION Quick Start
To start a workout without the benefit of a user ID, press the QUICK START key and
begin exercising. Then press resistance level keys to directly control workout resistance.
Or press workout program keys to activate a specific workout. The default age and
weight (35 years old, 165 lbs (75 kg)) are used in target heart rate and calorie
expenditure calculations.
OPERATION Start
Press the START key to establish or select a user ID. User IDs provide two main
advantages: (1) Total time, distance, and calorie expenditure information will be
tracked for up to four users; (2) Because the START process includes a step by which
you input your actual age and body weight, target heart rate and calorie expenditure
calculations will be more accurate for you.
There are two types of user IDs: ID numbers (1-4) and alpha-numeric IDs.
TO ESTABLISH A USER ID NUMBER
1.Press the START key. The ENTER key LED will flash.
2.The most recently activated user ID will appear, along with the user's
accumulated workout record. One of the following lines will appear every six
seconds.
USER-1
TIME 25:05
DIST 15.8
CAL 1020
(Note: Examples show format. Actual content will differ.)
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3.Press WORKOUT LEVEL <▲>or<▼>keys to toggle to different user IDs.
Then press the ENTER key to confirm your choice. If you do not press any
key, "SELECT YOUR ID PRESS ENTER OR PRESS QUICK START" appears.
TO ESTABLISH AN ALPHA-NUMERIC USER ID
Once a user ID has been established, you can personalize that user ID by giving it
an alpha-numeric user name. User names can have up to 11 alphabetical or numeric
characters.
1. While your user ID number appears, press and hold the CHANGE key for three
seconds. The following prompt appears: ENTER NAME.
2. Press<▲>or<▼>keys to select an alpha-numeric character. If you press
<▲>, numbers 1-9 appear, followed by letters of the alphabet, A, B, C, etc.
When your preferred character appears, press the ENTER key to confirm your
selection and proceed to set the next character. Follow this same process to
select more characters.
3. When the user name is complete, hold down the ENTER key for three seconds
to finish the process.
TO MODIFY AN ALPHA-NUMERIC USER ID
1. To revise a user name, press<▲>or<▼>keys until the user name appears.
Press and hold the CHANGE key for three seconds. Follow instructions above
to establish a new user name.
2. To erase a user name and accumulated workout record, press<▲>or<▼>
keys until the user name appears. Then press and hold STOP and START keys
simultaneously. "CLR" appears, along with "NO". Press<▲>or<▼>keys to
toggle to either YES (clear) or NO (do not clear). Then press the ENTER key to
confirm your choice. If you choose YES, user name and accumulated workout
information will be cleared.
ESTABLISH USER AGE AND WEIGHT
Follow instructions below to enter your age and weight, thereby obtaining more
appropriate target heart rates and calorie expenditure information.
1.Press the <▲/▼>keys to select a user age.
2.Press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and proceed to set the user weight.
3.Press the <▲/▼>keys to select a weight.
4.Press the ENTER key to confirm your weight setting.
User age is a factor in calculations of target heart rate for weight loss and cardio
conditioning heart rate control programs. User weight is a factor in calorie
expenditure calculations.
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Note that the age setting range is 10 to 99 years; the default age is 35 years old. The
weight setting range is 66 to 450 lb/30 to 205 kg. The default weight setting is 165
lb/75 kg.
Once user settings are established, the display prompts you to select a workout
program and time.
SELECT WORKOUT PROGRAMS
Press one of the workout program keys. The related workout indicator LED lights up.
Then press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and proceed to the time setting.
SELECT WORKOUT TIME
Follow instructions below to indicate the expected duration of your workout.
1. Press the <▲/▼> keys to select the length of time for your workout.
2. Press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and to begin the workout.
NOTES ON WORKOUTS
Note that the following are characteristics of workout programs in general:
˙Upon entering a workout program, time starts counting upward when you
start pedaling.
˙On the workout illustration, your present position in the workout is
represented by the flashing LED.
˙Settings, for resistance, for instance, can be changed as you exercise.
˙As you workout in one program, you can activate another program. Time
continues to accrue.
˙If you enter one workout from another workout after activating a user ID,
workout distance, time, and calorie values continue to accumulate to that
specific user ID.
˙After the workout time period expires, the unit enters cool down mode.
POWER SAVING
A power saving function operates under both QUICK START and START modes.
When no one moves the pedals, “PEDAL TO START” scrolls across the display
every four seconds. If no one pedals for 15 seconds, all LEDs extinguish except for
four lines: - - - -. If no one pedals for two minutes, the unit automatically shuts off.
This function prevents excessive draining of the battery.
OPERATION Cool Down
When the workout time is reached, "ACCU DATA" appears. Accumulated data,
including values for time, distance, calories, and average heart rate, appears. Then
" COOL DOWN" appears as the unit enters a two-minute cool down period. When
the count down reaches 0:00, program indicators flash, and the " SELECT
PROGRAM" prompt appears. Press the QUICK START key to exercise without
benefit of a user ID, or press the START key to exercise with the benefit of a user ID.
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OPERATION Workout Programs
The following explains features of the workout programs.
TRACK
The track workout program allows you to manually control resistance. It could be
called“manual.”
HILL
The HILL program contains three hill patterns to choose from. A different pattern
appears each time the HILL key is pressed: HILL-1, HILL-2, HILL-3.
RANDOM
The RANDOM program contains randomly generated workout patterns. A new
pattern appears each time the RANDOM key is pressed.
INTERVAL (1:1, 1:2)
There are two interval programs, 1:1 and 1:2. Each interval program includes two
segments, a work segment and a rest segment. Because you determine resistance
for both segments, your work segment could be the first or the second segment,
depending on your preference.
Interval 1:1 indicates one segment of one minute in duration, followed by a second
segment of one minute in duration. Interval 1:2 indicates one interval of one minute
in duration followed by a second interval of two minutes in duration.
Each time the interval key is pressed, one of the two interval programs appears.
When your preferred interval program appears, press the ENTER key to activate it.
Then follow prompts to set your interval segment resistance settings. After you begin
exercising, the resistance level of any segment in an interval program can be
changed. The new resistance level will then become the resistance level each time
that segment is activated.
PLATEAU
In the PLATEAU exercise program, resistance changes as shown in the illustration
below. The first and last segments of the workout each make up 20% of the workout
time. The middle segment makes up 60% of the workout time.
20%
60%
20%
After entering this program, the exercise settings are carried over from the previous
program. Time counts down. After reaching 0 in the countdown, the unit enters
COOL DOWN mode.
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WEIGHT LOSS AND CARDIO
WEIGHT LOSS and CARDIO workouts are heart rate control programs. In heart rate
control programs, resistance automatically adjusts to keep your heart rate within an
optimum range for your exercise goals.
Target heart rates are calculated as follows:
1. WT LOSS maintains a heart rate at 65% of your maximum heart rate, for
optimum weight loss. It is calculated as follows: (220 - AGE) × 65%.
2. CARDIO maintains a heart rate of 80% of your maximum heart rate, for
optimum cardio conditioning. It is calculated as follows: (220 - AGE) × 80%.
At the start of the workout or while exercising, if the user's heart rate is not detected,
the message "NO HEART RATE READING, PLEASE CHECK TRANSMITTER"
appears. At this time, while no heart rate is detected, resistance can only be adjusted
manually.
When heart rate control starts operating, a message like the one below appears.
Target HR
HR indicator flashes
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The default start up resistance level is LEVEL 1, and suggested default speed is 50
RPM. Actual heart rate is monitored and shown.
When the workout time is reached, the unit enters COOL DOWN mode.
ZONE TRAINER
The ZONE TRAINER program allows you to make your current heart rate your target
heart rate. To activate ZONE TRAINER, exercise in any other workout program.
When the actual heart rate reading is a good target heart rate, press the ZONE
TRAINER key. Resistance will automatically change to maintain your target heart
rate.
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Please note the following characteristics of the ZONE TRAINER program:
˙This program can only be activated from another workout program. (Pressing
the ZONE TRAINER key before you start to exercise does not activate this
program.) It also requires reception of a heart rate signal.
˙Other aspects of ZONE TRAINER are similar to WT LOSS and CARDIO
programs. However, ZONE TRAINER acts according to the previous
program's time setting. When the workout time has been attained, the unit
enters COOL DOWN mode.
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INTERNAL SETTINGS
Internal settings determine basic feedback parameters, for example, units of
measure. To access internal settings, at the start up banner screen, "SPORTSARTC532U", press and hold the CHANGE key for three seconds.
Follow steps below to change and view internal settings.
1. Either metric or imperial units of measure appear, depending on the existing
setting.
The feedback windows show the present setting.
Imperial
U N
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L B
U N
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T
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K G
Metric
Press <▲/▼> keys to toggle from one unit setting to another. When your
preferred units of measure appear, press the ENTER key to confirm your
choice and to proceed to the next setting.
2. The total time of use appears in the feedback window. Press the
ENTER key to proceed to the next internal setting.
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3. The total distance ridden appears in the feedback window. Press the
ENTER key to proceed to the next internal setting.
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4. The following prompt appears:
PRESS UP/DN TO ACTIVATE OR DEACTIVATE 4 USER SETTING
Press the ▲/▼ keys as directed. The display toggles between two views.
To enable USER IDs, toggle to the following:
U S E
R
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D
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Press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and to proceed to the next step.
5. The main program IC version appears as follows:
XXXXX _ XX
Example: C532H - 1A
˙Press the ENTER key to confirm settings and to proceed to the start up
banner.
6. If you press the ENTER key again, the start up banner screen appears. If the
ENTER key is not pressed within six seconds, the following appears:
P
R E
S
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E
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ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION AND PRESENTATION
Heart rate detection functions are optional and may not be included in your
particular model. If your bike is equipped with these functions, please note the
following information.
HEART RATE Telemetry
The word "telemetry heart rate" refers to the detection of the heart rate, usually via a
strap worn on the exerciser's chest and transmitted over the air for reception by a
receiver built into the product. The following explains conditions that influence the
performance of the telemetry heart rate function in all products.
1. The telemetry heart rate transmitter emits a wireless 5kHz signal that is harmless to
the human body. Inside the transmitter is a 3V battery (CR2032). If the battery
charge is too low, either the reception distance shortens or there will be no reception
whatsoever.
2. Secure the telemetry heart rate transmitter on your chest so it is neither too tight nor
too loose. Moisten the skin for better contact.
3. The telemetry heart rate receiver accepts a 5kHz wireless signal, but because the
signal varies from 20Hz to 20KHz, it is susceptible to environmental interference.
Stereos, TVs, other electronic products, the vibration between the unit and the floor,
and other factors may interfere with telemetry heart rate signal reception. For best
results, install the product in a location free from interfering items.
4. Place fitness products apart by at least 100 cm to avoid having the heart rate value
from an exerciser on one product appear on another product.
5. Heart rate values are for comparison only. Do not use them for medical treatment
or other purposes.
CONTACT Heart Rate
It is easy to use the contact heart rate mechanism. Simply put both hands on the silver
contact plates (one per side) and hold them there continuously. As soon as your pulse
is received and calculated, the heart rate will automatically appear on the display.
Please note that some people have very weak heart beats. This makes heart rate
detection difficult. Under such circumstances, the contact heart rate mechanism may
not detect heart rate.
Please note the following:
1. For best results, continuously hold the contact heart rate plates.
2. It is difficult to detect the heart rate of people with low systolic blood pressure.
3. It is difficult to detect the heart rate of people with dry, course palms. Keeping palms
smooth and damp improves heart rate detection.
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4.The vibration of treadmills at speeds over 4 mph/6.4 kph makes heart rate detection
difficult. Also, if your hands move, heart rate detection becomes difficult.
SUGGESTIONS
For better heart rate detection, keep hands in one place on the contact plates.
Or wear a telemetry heart rate strap on your chest.
NOTE: AVOID STATIC ELECTRICITY
In cold, dry areas, static electricity can interfere with unit operation. In such
environments, touching metal may cause shocks from static electricity.
Suggestions:
Before touching metal, touch a material with electrically isolative properties, for
instance, plastic or foam, to avoid shocks from static electricity.
Because heart rate contact plates are made of metal, to avoid static shock, first
touch foam grips, then touch heart rate contact plates.
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GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
HOW HARD SHOULD I EXERCISE?
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Studies show that to achieve the
benefits of aerobic exercise, it is
necessary to work within your
training zone. Your training zone
depends on your age and level of
fitness.
The above chart indicates the
recommended Heart Rate training
zones (darkened area of the chart).
These figuress are calculated by
taking 220 minus your age, and
calculating 80% for your maximum
and 65% for the minimum heart
rate for aerobic exercise.
CAUTION:
Heart Rate training zones are approximations. Always check with your physicians to
learn what appropriate heart rate level is best for your fitness level.
HOW LONG SHOULD I EXERCISE?
The duration of your exercise session depends on your fitness level. In general, it is
recommended that you maintain your heart rate in the training zone for at least 15 to
20 minutes to realize an aerobic benefit. Beginners should always start slowly and
bring their workout sessions up to 20 minutes or more. As your fitness level
increases, you will be able to maintain your heart rate in the training zone for longer
periods: Usually between 20 and 30 minutes.
When first starting your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up, then
slowly increase your workload to bring your heart rate into your specific training zone.
At the end of your workout, gradually decease your workload, then exercise lightly
as a "cool down".
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Research indicates that to achieve the greatest benefits, exercise should be
performed three to five times per week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least
24 hours, for your body to recover after exercise.
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MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
Like cars, fitness products require maintenance. Regular maintenance extends the
life of your fitness product, and failure to provide regular maintenance will void your
warranty. Copy the maintenance log sheet and record maintenance work.
DAILY TASKS
1. Check the product for proper operation and user safety. Make sure that pedal
straps, pedals, cranks and other parts are secure and safe for operation. Secure
any loose screws. If you have questions about the operation or safety of a
product, unplug it and place an "Out-of-Service" note on the product.
2. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of Simple Green and water,
to wipe the product clean. Include the display, grips, handrails, and covers. (Do
NOT use cleaners with alcohol, ammonia or other damaging chemicals. Never
spray or pour any liquid directly on the product.)
MONTHLY TASKS
1. Inspect the power cord (if applicable) and grips for damage.
2. Make sure the pedestal and other parts are secure, and that screws are tight.
3. Use a clean, lint-free towel to wipe the product clean. Take special care to clean
pedals and pedal straps. Inspect seat carriage and seat back operation, if
applicable.
4. On X-Trainers, secure screws on the arms. Inspect arm and remote operation.
Use a clean, lint-free towel to clean the arms and handles.
HALF-YEARLY TASKS
1. Turn off and unplug the unit (if applicable). Remove the cover. Wait five minutes to
ensure there is no power to the drive board. Vacuum carefully. Avoid bumping
wires or components.
2. Check drive belt for wear. Replace it if there are cracks or damage. (Note:
SportsArt drive belts last a long, long time. Chances are you will not have to
replace a drive belt within the warranty period.) Align pulleys if needed.
Note that product maintenance requirements depend on usage and environment.
This schedule is based on average use. Some products may require maintenance
more often than is suggested here. Please contact the SportsArt Service Department
if you have any questions.
CAUTION
Use standard safety procedures when accessing electrical parts. For products with
power cords, turn off unit power. Allow capacitors to discharge by waiting five
minutes before disconnecting the power cord from the power socket. After waiting
five minutes, remove covers to access the drive board and other components. For
products without power cords, let the unit sit without use for five minutes before
accessing drive boards and other components.
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ONE- YEAR MAINTENANCE RECORD SHEET
Facility Name:
Maintenance Supervisor:
Product Serial Number:
Start Date:
End Date:
Daily Tasks
1.Safe
2.Clean
Week1
Week2
Week3
Week4
Daily Tasks
1.Safe
2.Clean
Week5
Week6
Week7
Week8
Daily Tasks
1.Safe
2.Clean
Week9
Week10
Week11
Week12
Months 4-6
Month 7-9
Months 1-3
Monthly Tasks
1.Power cord
2.Pedestal
3.Pedals,straps,
seat carriage
1/2-Yearly Tasks First half of the year
1.Vacuum
2.Drive belt
Month 10-12
Second half of the year
Notes:
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WIRING SCHEMATIC
C532U
CON2
CTL Board
HTR BOARD
CON1
Telemetry heart
rate receiver
board
CON3
Battery charger
CN6
CN3
Alternator
CN1
Electro-magnet
CN2
DRIVER BOARD
CN4
Speed Sensor
CN5
Battery
Your Authorized SPORTS ART Distributor
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