SportsArt C535R Owner Manual
C535R LED BIKE
Owner’s Manual
Sports Art Industrial Co., Ltd.
ISO 9001/14001 Certified
No. 11, Gong Huan Rd. Tainan City, Taiwan R.O.C.
2014.12 (W)
www.gosportsart.com
C535R OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................
2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................
3. LIST OF PARTS ...............................................................................
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4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT ..........................................................
STEP 1 Separate the Product from the Packaging .............................
STEP 2 Seat Back and Adjustment Handle Installation ......................
STEP 3 Pedestal and Display Installation ...........................................
STEP 4 Handlebar Installation ............................................................
STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation .......................................
STEP 6 Pedal Installation ...................................................................
STEP 7 Bike Placement ......................................................................
STEP 8 Level the Bike ........................................................................
STEP 9 Seat Position Adjustment .......................................................
STEP 10 How to Connect the Ground Wire .........................................
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5. UNDERSTAND THE C535R DISPLAY ...........................................
DISPLAY Overview ..............................................................................
DISPLAY Specifications .......................................................................
DISPLAY Windows ...............................................................................
DISPLAY Keys ......................................................................................
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6. OPERATE THE PRODUCT .............................................................
OPERATION Quick Start .....................................................................
OPERATION Start a Workout Program ...............................................
OPERATION Display ...........................................................................
OPERATION Cool Down .....................................................................
OPERATION Workout Programs .........................................................
OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions...................
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7. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION ................................................
HEART RATE Telemetry ......................................................................
HEART RATE Contact .........................................................................
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8. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE .......................................................
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9. ACCESSORIES ...............................................................................
ACCESSORIES Entertainment Cap ....................................................
ACCESSORIES MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers ...........
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10. MAINTENANCE .............................................................................
MAINTENANCE Messages ..................................................................
MAINTENANCE Schedule ...................................................................
MAINTENANCE Task List (Cycles) ......................................................
MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log ......................................
MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram ........................................
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1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the finest exercise products on the
market today, the C535R recumbent exercise cycle Constructed of high quality
materials and designed for years of reliable usage, this product was made to
become an integral part of your commercial fitness venue.
Before this product is assembled or operated, we recommend that you familiarize
yourself with this manual. Understanding the correct assembly and operation of
this product will help ensure that exercisers obtain their fitness goals safely and
successfully.
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2. safety Precautions
Your SportsArt bike was designed and built for optimum safety. However certain
precautions apply whenever you use your bike.
Please read the entire manual before assembly and operation. Also, please note the
following safety precautions:
●● Please read the instructions carefully and install the bike as instructed.
●● Assemble and operate the bike on a solid, level surface. DO NOT use outdoors
or near water.
●● Never allow children on or near the bike.
●● Check the bike before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled, and all
fasteners are tightened. DO NOT use the bike if the unit is disassembled in any way.
●● Keep your hands away from moving parts.
●● Wear proper workout clothing; DO NOT wear loose clothing. DO NOT wear
shoes with leather soles or high heels. Tie all long hair back. DO NOT go barefoot
on this product.
●● Be careful when mounting and dismounting the unit.
●● The bike may or may not stop immediately if an object becomes caught or
impedes normal motion.
●● DO NOT use any accessories that are not specifically recommended by the
manufacturer. Such parts might cause injuries or cause the unit to fail.
●● Close supervision is necessary when this bike is used by, on, or near children,
invalids, or disabled persons.
●● Use this bike only for its intended use as described in this manual.
●● Never operate this bike if it has been damaged in any way. If it is not working
properly, or has been dropped or damaged, contact your dealer.
●● Keep all air ventilation areas free of blockage.
●● Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
●● DO NOT operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen
is being administered.
●● The general user weight limit for this bike is 180kg (400lb). Note that at resistance
level 40 this product meets standards for users of up to 150kg (330lb).
●● This bike is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of this bike by a person responsible for their safety.
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2. safety Precautions (Continued)
Caution
If you feel any pain or abnormal sensation, STOP YOUR WORKOUT and
consult your physician immediately. Work within your recommended exercise level. DO NOT work to exhaustion.
Before beginning any exercise program, you should consult with your doctor. It is recommended that you undergo a complete physical examination.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the user desires to correct such interference, it is at the
user’s own expense.
Warning
Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercise may
result in serious injury or death. If you feel faint, stop exercise immediately
and consult a medical physician.
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2. Consignes de sécurité
• Votre vélo SportsArt a été conçu et fabriqué afin d’assurer une sécurité
optimale. Cependant certaines précautions s’appliquent chaque fois que
vous utilisez votre vélo de course.
• Lisez entièrement le manuel avant l’assemblage et l’utilisation. Veuillez
aussi noter les consignes de sécurité suivantes:
• Veuillez lire attentivement les instructions et installer le vélo de course
selon les instructions.
• Assemblez et faites fonctionner le vélo sur une surface solide et plane;
NE PAS l’utiliser à l’extérieur ou près de l’eau.
• En aucun cas, ne laissez des enfants à proximité ou sur le vélo.
• Vérifiez le vélo de course avant chaque utilisation. Assurez-vous que
toutes les pièces sont assemblées, et que tous les éléments de fixation
sont serrés. NE PAS utiliser le vélo de course si l’appareil est démonté de
quelque façon.
• Gardez vos mains loin des pièces mobiles.
• Portez des vêtements d’entraînement appropriés; NE PORTEZ PAS de
vêtements amples. NE PORTEZ PAS de chaussures à semelles en cuir
ou à talons hauts. Attachez les cheveux longs. Ne marchez pas pieds nus
sur l’appareil.
• Soyez prudent lors du montage et démontage de l’appareil.
• Le vélo peut s’arrêter ou ne s’arrêter pas immédiatement si quelque
chose obstacle le mouvement.
• NE PAS utiliser d’accessoire non spécifiquement recommandé par le
fabricant. Car cela pourraient provoquer des blessures ou entraîner une
panne de l’appareil.
• Une surveillance étroite est nécessaire quand le vélo est utilisé par ou à
proximité d’enfants, de malades ou de personnes handicapées.
• Utilisez le vélo de course uniquement pour l’usage prévu dans ce manuel.
• N’utilisez jamais le vélo de course s’il a été endommagé de quelque
façon que ce soit. S’il ne fonctionne pas correctement, ou s’il est tombé ou
endommagé, contactez votre vendeur.
• Veillez à ce qu’aucun orifice de ventilation ne soit obstrué.
• Ne faites jamais tomber ou n’insérez jamais d’objet dans les orifices.
• NE PAS l’utiliser là où des produits aérosols (vaporisés) sont utilisés ou
lorsque de l’oxygène est administré.
• La limite de poids de l’utilisateur pour cet vélo est de 180 Kgs (400 lbs).
Remarquez que la résistance de 40 convient jusqu’à 150kgs (330 lbs).
• NE PAS transporter le vélo de course par le cordon d’alimentation et
n’utilisez pas le cordon comme poignée.
• Maintenez le cordon éloigné de toute surface chaude.
• Débranchez l’appareil de la prise avant l’entretien ou la suppression de
toute pièce.
• Pour diminuer le risque de choc électrique, débranchez toujours ce vélo
de course de la prise de courant, immédiatement après utilisation et avant
le nettoyage.
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2. Consignes de sécurité (Suite)
Ce vélo n’est pas destiné à être utilisé par des personnes (y compris des enfants)
dont les capacités physiques, sensorielles ou mentales sont réduites ou qui ne
disposent pas de l’expérience ou du savoir nécessaires, sauf si celles-ci ont au
préalable été formées eu égard à l’utilisation de ce vélo par une personne responsable de leur sécurité. Les enfants doivent être encadrés afin d’empêcher qu’ils ne
jouent avec le vélo.
ATTENTION
Si vous ressentez une douleur ou si vous avez une sensation anormale,
ARRÊTEZ VOTRE ENTRAÎNEMENT et consultez immédiatement votre médecin.
Entraînez-vous à votre niveau d’exercice recommandé. NE PAS s’entraîner jusqu’à
l’épuisement.
Avant de commencer un programme d’exercice, vous devriez consulter votre
médecin. Il est recommandé de faire un examen physique complet.
Remarque: Ce matériel a été testé et déclaré conforme aux normes des appareils
digitaux de, conformément à la partie 15 du Règlement de la FCC. Ces limites sont
conçues pour offrir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles dans
une installation résidentielle. Cet appareil génère, utilise, et peut diffuser des signaux
radioélectriques, et, s’il n’est pas installé et utilisé conformément aux instructions,
peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. Cependant,
il n’y a aucune garantie que des interférences ne se produiront pas dans une installation particulière.
Si l’utilisateur désire corriger les interférences, ces corrections seront à la charge de
l’utilisateur.
Dans ce manuel, les mots “gauche” et “droit” sont utilisés en référence aux pièces et
au produit. Comme tels, les mots “gauche” et “droit” font respectivement référence
aux côtés gauche et droit de l’exerciseur. De même pour plus de concision, le
mot est utilisé dans certains cas où des rondelles, des vis et autres matériels sont
associés.
ATTENTION!
Les systèmes de surveillance de la fréquence cardiaque peuvent s’avérer imprécis.
Un entraînement excessif risque de nuire sérieusement à la santé ou d’entraîner la
mort. En cas d’étourdissement, arrêtez immédiatement l’entraînement.
• Un branchement incorrect du connecteur de mise à la terre de
l’équipement risque d’entraîner un choc électrique. En cas de doute sur la
mise à la terre correcte de vélo, faites appel à un technicien ou un électricien qualifié. NE PAS modifier la fiche fournie avec l’elliptique, si elle ne
correspond pas à la prise, faites installer une prise adéquate par un technicien qualifié.
• Les enfants doivent être encadrés afin d’empêcher qu’ils ne jouent avec
le vélo.
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3. LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
No. Name
Qty. No.
Name
A1 Pedestal and display 1
A9
A2 Pedestal collar
A10 Left/right horizontal cover
A3
Main frame and
body
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1
Back foot cover
Left/right seat support cover
A11 (front have cut-away for
Seat carriage)
Left/right seat support cover
A12
(rear have no cut-away)
Qty.
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A4 Spring cover
1
A5 Storage tray
1
A13 Seat bottom
1
A6 Handlebars
1
A14 Pedals
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2
A15 Hardware kit
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1
A16 Cover
1
A7
Seat adjustment
handle
A8 Gas spring
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3. LIST OF PARTS (Continued)
Components in the Hardware Kit
No.
Name
Qty.
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Mushroomtop Phillips screw
12
22
Screw socket
8
23
Mushroomtop Phillips screw
Serrated washer
2
2
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Ground wire
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L-shaped Allen wrench
L-shaped Allen wrench
Double open-end wrench
Screwdriver handle
Screwdriver shank
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1
1
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Specification
Notes
M4*L16
M5*L12
BW5 3/16
Yellow/Green
L1500
M5
M6
13*15
Green
Flat and Phillips
Components on the Product
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Name
Specification
Gas spring set pin
R-clip
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Serrated washer
Mushroom top inner hex screw
Spring washer
Flat washer
M5*P0.8*L10
M5*t1.0
M8*L20
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Mushroomtop Phillips screw
M5*0.8*L12
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Mushroomtop Phillips screw
M4*L16
57
Phillips screw
M5*P0.8*L15
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53
54
8
D18*d8.5*t2.0
M8*L20
M8*t2.0
D17*d8*t1.5
Notes
4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT
Follow instructions below to assemble this product. Note that in this manual
the words “left” and “right” are used to refer to the product and its parts. As
such, these designations correspond to the “left” and “right” sides of a person
in position to exercise on this product. Also, for brevity, the word “screws” is
used where screws, washers, and other hardware may be involved.
STEP 1 Separate the Product from the Packaging
Follow steps (a) through (f) to place the product on a flat sheet of cardboard
for assembly.
(a) Remove the packaging material and then cut the box flaps to lay them
flat on the ground.
(b) Lift the front of the bike.
(c) Remove packaging material from the front part of the bike.
(d) Lift the rear of the bike.
(e) Remove packaging material from the rear of the box.
(f) Remove packaging material from the center of the box.
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STEP 2 Seat Back and Adjustment Handle Installation
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STEP 2 Seat Back & Adjustment Handle Installation (Cont.)
Follow steps (a) through (h) to install the gas spring and seat back.
(a) First, remove the gas spring set pin (51) from the product frame.
(b) Align the lower part of the gas spring (A8) with the pin hole in the frame.
(c) Insert the pin (51) through both the frame and the gas spring and secure
it with the R-clip
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STEP 2 Seat Back & Adjustment Handle Installation (Cont.)
(d) Insert the gas spring cover (A4) onto the gas spring.
(e) Secure the cover screws (21).
(f) Remove the gas spring set pin (51) and R-clip from the seat back frame.
(g) Align the seat back frame and the gas spring upper connector.
(h) Insert the set pin (51) and the R-clip to secure the seat back and gas
spring.
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STEP 2 Seat Back & Adjustment Handle Installation (Cont.)
Follow steps (a) through (f) to install the seat adjustment handles.
(a) Detach one seat adjustment handle (A7) from the top of the gas spring.
(b) Remove screws (52) from the handle.
(c) Hold the handle (A7) onto the left handle base. Secure it with screws (52).
(d) Detach the other handle (A7) from the tube.
(e) Remove screws from the handle (52).
(f) Hold the handle (A7) onto the right handle base and secure it with screws
(52).
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STEP 3 Pedestal and Display Installation
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STEP 3 Pedestal and Display Installation (Continued)
Follow steps (a) through (d) to install the pedestal and display.
(a) Remove screws (53) attached to the pedestal base.
(b) Insert the pedestal collar (A2) onto the pedestal (A1).
(c) Connect the data cables.
(d) Insert the pedestal into its mount on the frame and then secure screws
(53) in the following order: #1, #2, #3.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
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STEP 4 Handlebar Installation
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STEP 4 Handlebar Installation (Continued)
4-1. Pull the seat back adjustment handle (A7) up to allow the seat back to
move forward, allowing installation of the handlebars.
4-2. Remove screws (54) from the handlebar base on the product frame as
shown.
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STEP 4 Handlebar Installation (Continued)
4-3. Insert the handlebars (A6) between the seat back and the gas spring.
4-4. Secure the wire connections, tuck cables into a safe position, and secure
handlebars with screws (54).
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STEP 4 Handlebar Installation (Continued)
4-5. Remove screws (55) from the handlebars and then set the cup holder
(A5) in place and secure its screws (55).
4-6. Remove the seat support cover screws (56), and remove the covers
(A11R, A11L, A12R, A12L).
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STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation
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STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation (Continued)
5-1. Lift up the seat back adjustment handle (A7), allowing the seat back to
move forward, into position for seat support cover installation.
5-2. Insert screw sockets (22) into place on the frame as shown. There are
eight screw sockets on each side.
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STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation (Continued)
5-3. Set the back foot cover (A9) into place on the frame. Secure it with
screws (21) and (23). Note: Use screws (23) in the position shown.
5-4. Hold left/right horizontal covers (A10R, A10L) onto the product and
secure them with screws (21). Start threading all screws before fully
tightening the screws.
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STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation (Continued)
5-5. Identify seat support covers (A11R, A11L, A12R, A12L). Front covers
have the cut-away for the gas spring. Hold covers in place and secure
them with screws (56).
5-6. Remove screws (57) from the product frame and set the cover (A16) into
place on the product frame and secure them with screws (57). (Note:
Secure screws (57) on both sides.)
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STEP 5 Cover and Seat Bottom Installation (Continued)
5-7. Remove screws (54) from the seat bottom (A13).
5-8. Place the seat bottom (A13) on the bike frame and secure it with screws
(54).
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STEP 6 Pedal Installation
Each pedal is marked left or right. Left/right designations correspond to
the exercisers’ left/right sides in the position at which they workout on the
product. Install pedals (A14) on the appropriate sides of the bike. Note: The
left pedal screws in counterclockwise; the right pedal screws in clockwise.
Screw pedals onto the cranks by hand to make sure they thread properly.
Then use the wrench to fully secure them into place.
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STEP 7 Bike Placement
Follow steps (a) through (c) to roll the bike into place.
(a) Stand behind the bike. Grasp the moving handle with both hands and lift.
(b) With the bike at a slant, push the bike.
(c) Front rollers allow the bike to be rolled into place.
(b)
(c)
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STEP 8 Level the Bike
For the user’s safety and the proper functioning of the product, this bike
must sit level on a flat floor. If necessary, adjust the levelers by following
instructions (a) through (c) below.
(a) Loosen the leveler nut.
(b) Rotate the leveler foot downward so it firmly touches the floor.
(c) To secure this position, secure the leveler nut against the product frame.
(a)
(b)
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(c)
STEP 9 Seat Position Adjustment
The seat position on C535R can be adjusted to suit people of different heights.
The position can be altered in two ways: an automatic gas spring moves the
seat within a set range; and the placement of the gas spring’s connection
to the frame changes the range of movement. Below are instructions for
adjusting the seat position via the gas spring.
To adjust the seat position, pull up the adjustment handle (A7). For
convenience, the gas spring automatically moves the seat upward when
there is no weight on the seat. From the seated position, you can push back
on pedals or pull on the handle under the display to take weight off the seat.
Release the handle when the seat is in your preferred position. To move
downward, pull up the handle. Your weight on the seat allows the spring to
gently move the seat downward. Release the handle when the seat is in your
preferred position.
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STEP 9 Seat Position Adjustment (Continued)
To adjust the seat position via holes in the frame, follow the instructions
below. The frame has two sets of holes, one in front (a) and one more toward
the back (b), for the gas spring connection. Connecting the gas spring at
the front hole makes the seat closer and lower in relation to the display.
Connecting the gas spring at the back hole makes the seat further and
higher from the display. Tall people would probably prefer a set up with the
gas spring connected at the back hole. This is the position set at the factory.
Follow steps (a) through (b) below to change the gas spring connection from
one set of holes to the other.
(a) Use the gas spring to adjust the seat to the lowest position.
(b) Place an 8-inch to 12-inch (20-cm to 30-cm) object under the back part of
the frame as shown.
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STEP 9 Seat Position Adjustment (Continued)
3. Disconnect and reconnect the gas spring as steps (a) through (c) below.
(a) Remove the screw and bushing.
(b) Tap out the axle pin with a tool.
(c) Align the end of the gas spring with the desired hole in the frame.
Finally, insert the axle pin into the hole in the frame and that in the gas spring
and then secure the bushing and screw.
(a)
(b)
(c)
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STEP 10 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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5. UNDERSTAND THE C535r DISPLAY
DISPLAY Overview
The C535R recumbent cycle 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.
1. Pulse LED
2. Weight loss 65% target heart rate
3. Actual heart rate
4. Cardio 80% target heart rate
5. Dot Matrix Screen
6. Exercise feedback screen
7. Workout program keys
8. Work Out Level Keys 9. Enter key
10. Stop/Reset Key
11. Quick Start key
12. Change Display Key
13. Volume adjustment keys and
headphone jack
14. MYE wireless TV audio_channel
receivers keys
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DISPLAY Specifications
●● Workout level (resistance level): 1 - 40
●● METS: 0.0 - 99.0
●● Time: 0:00 - 300:00
●● Distance: 0.00 - 9999 km or mile
●● Calories: 0.0 - 9999 kcal
●● RPM: 5 – 150 (Range shown)
●● Speed: 0.1mph (kph)
●● Human Watts: 0 – 9999
●● Heart Rate range: 40 - 250bpm
●● Programs: MANUAL, INTERVAL, PLATEAU, RANDOM, FAT BURN, FIT TEST, CUSTOM HR and CARDIO/WT LOSS.
DISPLAY Windows
●● Cardio Advisor™ shows heart rate goals, WT LOSS 65% and CARDIO 80%, and actual heart rate (center).
●● The exercise feedback window shows workout usage prompts and workout information.
●● The workout illustration window shows workout program illustrations.
DISPLAY Keys
Display key functions are introduced briefly below.
QUICK START – Press this key to start exercising without first entering age, weight,
and other user information. During pause mode, press this key to resume the workout.
During program set up, press this key to start using the selected program.
MANUAL – This key allows you to directly control resistance, via resistance
keys.
INTERVAL – Press this key to select one of three interval programs: 1:1, 1:2, 2:2.
Numbers represent minutes. For example, the 1:1 interval program consists of one
minute of rest, followed by one minute of work.
PLATEAU – This workout program gradually increases in difficulty, plateaus, then
tapers off, in a 20-60-20 pattern.
RANDOM – Press this key to select one of an almost endless number of randomly
generated workout programs. Each key press, the console will randomly generate
a different program.
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DISPLAY Keys (Continued)
FAT BURN – This workout program provides 1 - 20 different difficulties to select
from.
FIT TEST – Press this key to enter a FIT TEST program and start the fitness
test.
CUSTOM HR – This heart rate control program allows you to set your own target
heart rate.
WT LOSS – A heart rate control program, the weight loss workout is designed to
keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for losing weight. Resistance settings
change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the formula
(220-AGE)*0.65.
CARDIO – A heart rate control program, the cardio conditioning workout is designed
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for cardio conditioning. Resistance
settings change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the
formula (220-AGE)*0.8.
ENTER – After making a selection, press this key to confirm your choice.
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ – Press this key to change resistance settings. Settings
change by one level each time the key is pressed.
STOP/HOLD TO RESET – During a workout, or Cool Down mode, press this key
to display the workout information such as time, distance and calories. At workout
summary display mode, press this key to end this program and return to idle and the
display will show: SELECT A PROGRAM. At anytime of a program, press and hold
this key for 2 seconds, it will reset the console and return to idle mode.
CHANGE DISPLAY – This key controls the exercise feedback window, which has
two rows: The top row shows CALORIES, LEVEL, TIME, DISTANCE; the bottom
row shows RPM, METS, SPEED, HUMAN WATTS. Corresponding LEDs light to
indicate the active row of exercise feedback. Press the CHANGE DISPLAY key to
toggle between top and bottom feedback row views.
VOLUME + / - : iPod, iPhone analog audio volume adjustment. (Note: this is an option
feature and it is only compatible with Apple 30 pin connector.) MYE wireless TV
audio channel receivers volume adjustment. (MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel
Receivers and module not provided.)
CHANNEL ▲/▼ – Press this key to change MYE wireless TV audio channel
receivers channel settings. (MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers and
module not provided.)
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6. operate the product
There are two ways to start operating this product, either through the QUICK START
mode or through a workout program/goal.
OPERATION Quick Start
Time, distance and calories will count up. If a workout time limit is activated, time will
count down, but distance and calories will count up continuously. In QUICK START
mode, resistance begins at level 1; calorie and other information is based on a 35
year old and 165 lb. (75 kg) user. Both QUICK START and MANUAL LEDs are lit
up to indicate QUICK START program is in session. In QUICK START mode, resistance settings can be modified at any time.
OPERATION Start a Workout Program
To obtain more accurate calorie counts and target heart rates, operate the product
via a workout program as follows:
1. Press a workout program key (MANUAL, INTERVAL, PLATEAU, RANDOM,
FAT BURN, FIT TEST, CUSTOM HR, CARDIO/WEIGHT LOSS) to select a
workout. Press ENTER to confirm the program selection.
2. If you select a program key, then “SELECT GOAL” will appear on the exercise
feedback window and “TIME“ will appear after two seconds. There are three types of workout goals: TIME, DISTANCE, and CALORIE. Use WORKOUT
LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to confirm your
setting.
If you select a goal program, its LED indicator will light up. Follow the instruction
below to set up the goal and start the program. Once the program is started, resistance and stride setting can be modified at any time.
●● The TIME setting range is from 5:00 to 300:00, with a default value of 30:00. If the program time limit is activated in engineering mode, the max time can be entered will change accordingly.. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input your age. Or press QUICK START key to start this program right away with default age and weight.
●● The DISTANCE setting range is from 0.1 to 99.9 miles or kilometers, with a default value 2.0 miles (3.0 kilometers). If the program time limit is activated at the engineering mode, then the DISTANCE goal will be deactivated. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to adjust the setting. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input your age. Or press QUICK START key to start this program right away with default age and weight.
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OPERATION Start a Workout Program (Continued)
●● The CALORIE setting range is from 100 to 9999 kCal, with a default value of 100 kCal. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to the age setting. Or press QUICK START key to start this program right away with default age and weight.
3. The age setting range is from 10 to 90, with a default value of 35 years old. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key
to confirm your setting and proceed to the weight setting. Or press QUICK
START key to start this program right away with default weight.
4. The weight setting range is from 50 to 400 lb. (20 to 180 kg), with a default
setting of 165 lb. (75 kg). Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER or QUICK START key to confirm your setting and start exercising.
Follow prompts to begin your workout. Please refer to OPERATION Workout
Programs for information about specific workout programs.
Note that a different workout program can be activated simply by pressing
the other workout program key. The workout goal will remain the same, and
progress toward the workout goal will continue to accrue.
OPERATION Display
1. If the feedback window is at lower row, press WORKOUT LEVEL
▲/▼ keys to adjust the resistance, the display will temporary switch
to top row to show the adjustment. In 4 seconds, it will return to lower row.
2. Heart Rate display: it will display the actual heart rate bpm.
3. During workout, user can switch to a different workout program using the same goal by pressing a different program key. There are some exceptions, listed below:
●● During MANUAL, INTERVAL, PLATEAU, RANDOM, FAT BURN, CUSTOM HR, WT LOSS & CARDIO workout, it can’t be switched to FIT
TEST program.
●● Switch program is not allowed during FIT TEST program.
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OPERATION Cool Down
Once the workout goal (time, distance, or calorie expenditure) has been
obtained, the product will enter a two-minute cool down period. The display
will count down from two to zero.
When the countdown reaches zero, the cool down period will end. The
message “REVIEW SUMMARY” will appear, along with accumulated
workout information, including total time, distance and calorie expenditure.
Press the STOP key to return to idle mode which the “SELECT A PROGRAM”
prompt will appear.
OPERATION Workout Programs
The following explains features of the workout programs.
MANUAL
This program allows you to manually control resistance. In manual mode,
simply press WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to control resistance.
INTERVAL
There are three interval programs: INTERVAL1:1, INTERVAL1:2, INTERVAL 2:2.
Each interval program includes two segments, a work segment and a rest segment.
(Example: Interval 1:1 indicates one segment of one minute in duration, followed by
a second segment of one minute in duration.)
Each time the INTERVAL key is pressed, one of the three interval programs will appear.
When your preferred interval program appears, press the ENTER key to activate that
program. Then follow prompts to set the interval segment resistance settings. After you
begin exercising, the resistance level of any segment can be changed. Simply press
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys during the segment to do so. The new resistance level
will then become the resistance level each time that segment is activated.
PLATEAU
Resistance levels in this workout gradually increase, level off, then gradually
decrease. The first and last segments of this workout each occupy 20% of the
workout. The middle segment occupies 60% of the workout. Follow prompts to
establish your workout goal.
20%
60%
20%
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
RANDOM
This program provides a near infinite number of randomly generated workouts. A
new workout illustration appears each time the RANDOM key is pressed.
FAT BURN
In this program, there are 1-20 different difficulty levels to select from. During
program setting, before entering program mode, you must first select the STAGE,
range from 1 - 20 (default value is STAGE 5). The display will show “STAGE - XX”,
press ▲/▼ keys or numeric (0-9) key to select the stage.. Then press the ENTER
key to confirm your choice and start exercise/
During program setting, you may press QUICK START to start the program
right away. The difficulty stage can be adjusted during exercising by pressing
WORKOUT LEVEL ▲/▼ keys .
FIT TEST
The FIT TEST program is designed for physical fitness assessments. The
program is set with a time limit; therefore it is not restricted by the program
time limit setting at the engineering mode.
After you press the FIT TEST key, the display will show “STARTING TEST”
to begin this program. The test is divided into 4 segments of 3 minutes; it will
compare the actual Watts and the preset Watts in each segment and adjust
the resistance accordingly.
During the test, the Red dot in the dot matrix window represents the target
RPM and the orange dot represents the actual RPM. You want to match
the actual RPM to the targeted value. The best RPM range during test is between
45 to 55RPM with targeted 50RPM. If the actual RPM is below 45RPM or above
55RPM for more that 5 seconds, the display will ask you to “MAINTAIN RPM
- 50”.
Following condition occurs will end this test program:
1. STOP key is pressed
2. Program time ends
3. Actual Heart Rate is > (220-Age) x 0.8 for more than 15 seconds.
4. No heart rate detected for more than 30 seconds.
5. The speed is slower than 45RPM or faster than 55RPM for more than 15
seconds.
The message will display “END OF FIT TEST” and “YOUR SCORE - XXX”. (The
max score is 90 and min is 0)
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
CARDIO/WEIGHT LOSS/CUSTOM HR
In these heart rate control programs, the resistance level will automatically change
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for achieving his or her fitness
goals. Target heart rates are calculated based on a standard “maximum” heart rate
for the exerciser’s age. The weight loss target heart rate is calculated at 65% of the
maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*65%. The cardio target heart rate is calculated at
80% of the maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*80%.Custom target heart rate is set
by user.
If CUSTOM HR is selected, the target heart rate will need to be set first. The range
is 84 - 199bpm with default value of 120bpm. The display will show “TARGET HR
- XXX” for setting. Press ▲/▼ keys or numeric keypads 0-9 to adjust the setting.
Press ENTER key to confirm and start the program. You may press QUICK START
at anytime to begin the program right away using default values.
After a heart rate control workout is activated, a heart illustration will appear on the
dot matrix screen. When the actual heart rate signal is detected, the color of the
heart illustration will alternate between red and green. Otherwise, it will maintain with
green color. Orange color represents the 65% or 80% of max HR or target heart
rate entered.
Once the exerciser begins to exercise, a red dot and a orange line will appear on the
lower part of the screen. The red dot represents the recommended RPM; the orange
line represents actual RPM. Try to maintain an RPM even with the red dot.
Resistance will start at level 1. The default RPM is 50. If the actual RPM is 5 revolutions below the recommended step rate for 25 seconds, “SPEED UP” will appear on
the exercise feedback window.
A telemetry heart rate transmitter must be worn during heart rate control programs.
If no heart rate signal is received at the display, the message “NO HEART RATE
READING, PLEASE CHECK TRANSMITTER” will appear, and resistance will not
change automatically.
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OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions
Basic settings determine units of measure and show total distance and time,
along with display and drive board program version numbers. To access this
information, at the startup banner screen, hold the CHANGE DISPLAY key for
two seconds.
UNITS
The display will show “UNIT – MILE” or “UNIT – KM” depending on the original
distance unit setting. Press ▲/▼ keys to toggle between the two settings. When
your preference appears, press the ENTER key to make your selection.
PROGRAM TIME LIMIT
The display will show “ TIME LIMIT - YES” or “TIME LIMIT - NO”, press ▲/▼ key
to turn this function On/Off. Press ENTER to make your selection. When “YES”
is selected, it will prompt the message of “TIME - XX:00” for you to set the time
limit. Setting range is from 5:00 to 60:00, with a default value of 30:00. Press
▲/▼ key or numeric keypads (0-9) to adjust the value. Press ENTER to confirm
the setting.
LANGUAGE
a. The display will show the current country selected, such as “US”.
Note: After 4 seconds, it will display “XX MILE H>H” or “XX KM H>H” (XX represents the country code)
b. Press ▲/▼ keys to change the country.
c. Press the ENTER key to confirm the selection.
TOTAL DISTANCE
According to the speed unit setting, total distance will appear as either “DIST
– XXXXXX MILE” or “DIST – XXXXXX KM”, where XXXXXX represents a
number. Press the ENTER key to view total time.
TOTAL TIME
Total time of use will appear as “TIME – XXXXXX HOUR”, where XXXXXX
represents a number. Press the ENTER key to view the product serial number.
PRODUCT SERIAL NUMBER
The product serial number will appear as “S/N - XXXXXXX”. Press ENTER key
to view display program version.
DISPLAY PROGRAM VERSION
The display program version will appear as “CTL SA_5 – XX”, where XX
represents either letters or numbers. Press the ENTER key to view the drive
board program version.
DRIVE BOARD PROGRAM VERSION
The drive board program version will appear as “DRV C575_SG - XX”, where
XX represents either a letter or a number. Press the ENTER key to finish the
review and return to Banner mode.
You may press and hold STOP key at anytime during this process to resent the
console and back to Banner state.
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7. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION
Heart rate detection functions are selected at the time of purchase. Not every
product has every type of heart rate detection. The following explains factors
that influence the performance of two of the most common types of heart rate
detection devices.
HEART RATE Telemetry
The words “telemetry heart rate” refer to the detection of heart rate via a device
worn on the exerciser and transmitted over the air to a circuit board built into the
product. Telemetry heart rate devices are commonly worn on the exerciser’s
chest, where the pulse is strongest and relatively easy to detect.
The following explains conditions that affect the performance of the telemetry
heart rate function in all products.
●● The telemetry heart rate transmitter emits a wireless 5 kHz signal that is harmless to the human body. Inside the transmitter is a 3 V battery (CR2032). If the battery voltage is too low, either the reception distance shortens or there will be no reception whatsoever.
●● Secure the telemetry heart rate transmitter on your chest so that it stays in place without making you feel uncomfortable. Moisten the skin for better contact.
●● Because the telemetry heart rate signal varies in strength from 20 Hz to 20 KHz, environmental interference can block signal reception. Physical vibration and electronic devices, including stereos, TVs, and even fluorescent lights, can interfere with signal reception. For best results, install the product in an area free from such interference.
●● Space the product apart by at least 39 inches (100 cm) to avoid having the heart rate value from one exerciser appear on a neighboring product.
HEART RATE Contact
The words “contact heart rate” refer to the detection of the heart rate via sensors
on the product. By holding the sensors, the exerciser can view his or her heart rate
on the product display. Like telemetry heart rate, contact heart rate can be influenced by several factors. The following list includes some of these factors.
●● A weak pulse makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Low systolic blood pressure makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Dry, course palms impede heart rate detection. For best results, moisten your
palms. But do not apply hand lotion immediately prior to your workout, because
hand lotion can gum up the contact pads.
Heart rate devices built into this product are not medical devices. Heart rate values
are for reference only. Do not use them for medical diagnostic or treatment work.
CAUTION: Heart rate detection and transmission devices have been known to
interfere with the operation of pacemakers, possibly endangering human life. If you
have a pacemaker, exercise under your doctor’s supervision; take a test to ensure
your safety during the simultaneous use of the pacemaker and heart rate detection
devices. The use of such devices must be undertaken at your own risk.
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Note that in dry areas in particular, static electricity can interfere with unit operation
and shock people. To discharge static electricity from your body, touch something
else before touching metal on the product.
8. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
HOW HARD SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Studies show that to benefit from aerobic exercise, people need to maintain a certain
heart rate during their workouts. Your heart rate training zone depends on your age
and fitness level.
The darkened area in the chart to the right
represents the recommended heart rate
training zone for people of various ages. It was
calculated by taking 220 minus age in years,
multiplied by 65% and 80%. The area between
those values is the heart rate training zone.
HE
CAUTION: Heart rate training zones are
generalizations and may not suit every person.
Always check with your physician to understand what heart rate goal would be appropriate for you.
HOW LONG SHOULD I EXERCISE?
The duration of your workout must depend on your fitness level. In general, it is
recommended that you maintain a heart rate within your training zone for at least
15 to 20 minutes to experience the benefits of aerobic exercise. Beginners should
always start out slowly and gradually increase the duration and intensity of their
workouts. As your fitness level improves, you will be able to maintain a heart rate
within the training zone for longer periods of time.
When you begin your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up. Then slowly
increase the intensity of your workout to bring your heart rate into your training zone.
At the end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload. Then exercise lightly
to cool down.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Research indicates that to achieve the greatest benefit, people should exercise
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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9. ACCESSORIES
There are accessories attached to this console; some are standard and
some are optional. The following explains the details of each accessory and
its function.
USB CHARGER (Standard)
The USB charger will provide 5V 500mA voltage for the smart phone or
other devices charging. However it is not compatible with tablet PC, such as
iPad. Check the device for charging details.
CSAFE PORT (Standard)
Compatible with CSAFE (Communications Specification for Fitness
Equipment) Protocol. It works with optional Netpulse Personal Entertainment
System as well as ECOFIT System and MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel
Receivers.
iPod/iPhone/iPad 30 pin connector (Option)
When connecting the device to the 30pin connector, user can listen to music
via headphone jack and adjust the audio volume thru the on board volume
control keys.
SA WELL+ Member System (Option)
This is a system designed specially by SportsArt to assist user managing
his/her workout history. There are three ways to get connected with the
member site:
1. Use Bluetooth/WIFI in the smart phone and SA WELL+ App. The App is
available for downloading in the App stores.
2. Use USB Flash Drive to store the workout data.
3. Use member card to access user profile and workout tracking. (Not
available yet.)
Visit SA WELL+ website for more information about this feature.
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9. ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)
Entertainment Cap
(a) RFID member card slot: work with both optional SA WELL+ and
ECOFIT member cards. (Not available yet.)
(b) Bluetooth/WIFI connection button: press this button to pair the smart
phone SA WELL+ App.
(c) USB port: this port is used for device charging as well as optional data
transferring.
(d) USB port: this port is used for device charging.
(Note: USB port is not used for tablet PC charging, such as iPad.)
(b)
(d)
(c)
(a)
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9. ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)
MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers:
If your equipment has been installed MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel
Receivers, the display must has Channel Keys. Please make sure your
equipment is with the correct sticker as below.
(a) None Treadmill (Bike, Elliptical and Stepper...etc.)
Left display: Without Channel Keys.
Right display: With Channel Keys.
(b) Treadmill
Left display: Without Channel Keys.
Right display: With Channel Keys.
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9. ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)
MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers fuctions:
1. The receiver has two kinds of module as below. (Note: MYE Wireless
TV Audio_Channel Receivers and Module not provided.)
(1). MC3R-9(900MHZ) must work with MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel
Receivers MWTD-S9.
(2). MC3R-8(863MHZ) must work with MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel
Receivers MWTD-S8.
Choose the suitable module according to your country. (Please contact
with MYE Inc. for more information or purchasing MYE Wireless TV
Audio_Channel Receivers and module.)
For example: Wireless TV frequency in America is 900MHZ.
Wireless TV frequency in Europe is 863MHZ (800MHZ).
2. Installation instruction: Turn off the power and plug the receiver into the
CSAFE port (RJ45) in the left of display and then turn on the power.
3. VOLUME + / - keys and CHANNEL ▲/▼ keys will be activated once the
receiver plug into the unit.
(1). Press VOLUME + / - keys to adjust volume settings. The volume
setting range is from 0 to 15, with a default setting of 5.
(2). Press CHANNEL ▲/▼ keys to change channel settings. The channel
setting range is from 1 to 32, with a default setting of 1. The display
will show “CHANNEL - XX”.
4. Note: DO NOT unplug the receiver from unit before turning off the power
to avoid the damage to the receiver.
Channel 2
Channel 1
TV
TV
Channel 7
● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
MYE Wireless TV Audio channel Transmitters
MYE Wireless TV Audio channel Receivers
Earphone
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TV
10. MAINTENANCE
Maintenance topics are presented below in the following order: error
messages, lubrication the seat carriage, maintenance schedule, task list,
one-year maintenance log, and electronics block diagram.
MAINTENANCE Messages
The following message can appear on this product for diagnostic purposes.
ERR0R_8_x
Error messages will appear on the display when the Micro Inverter or stridelength drive board communication is abnormal.
Error code explanations follow:
ERROR_8_1_: When power on, the communication to the Micro Inverter is
abnormal.
ERROR_8_2_: When power on, the communication to the Micro Inverter is
normal, however an abnormality occurs during operation.
These two errors will disappear once the communication recovered.
- - - - (four flashing lines) - Indication: The unit is entering the energy saving
mode. The main display will shut off, and keys will remain lit. To reactivate
the unit, press a key or exercise on it.
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MAINTENANCE Schedule
Area
Day Week Month Quarter Year
Clean
Inspect for
looseness.
Secure if necessary.
1 Exterior
2 Screws
Seat
3 back and
bottom
Wipe clean with a
damp cloth.
Inspect for
looseness.
Tighten if needed.
Inspect for normal
operation.
4 Pedals
5
Notes
Gas
spring
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MAINTENANCE Task List (Cycles)
Like cars, fitness products require maintenance. Regular maintenance extends
product life, and failure to maintain products can void the manufacturer’s
warranty. Copy the maintenance log sheet, and record maintenance work
for each fitness product.
Daily tasks
1. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of Simple Green®
all-purpose cleaner and water, to thoroughly clean the product exterior.
2. Inspect parts for looseness, and secure all loose screws. Make sure that
the product is safe for operation. If safety issues arise, place an “Out of
Order” sign on the product, and call for service.
3. Wipe dirt and debris off the glide rails. Use a clean, lint-free towel,
dampened with a mixture of Simple Green® all-purpose cleaner and water.
4. Inspect pedals and secure them if necessary.
Weekly tasks
On recumbent bikes, inspect the gas spring for normal operation.
Caution
●● Please follow standard safety precautions when servicing on this product.
●● Electronic components can carry an electrical charge even after the
product has been turned off. For safety, turn off unit power. Wait five minutes
to allow capacitors to discharge. Then disconnect the power cord from the
wall socket (if applicable.) Only after such steps have been completed
should covers be removed and electronic components accessed.
●● Do NOT use cleaners with alcohol, ammonia, or other damaging
chemicals. The use of such chemicals can damage the product and void
the warranty. Never spray or pour any liquid directly onto the product. Doing
so can damage electronic components and void the warranty.
●● This product has moving parts that can be hazardous. Exercise caution
when maintaining, operating, or moving this product.
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MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log
Facility:_______________________ Supervisor:____________________
Product model number:__________ Serial number:_________________
Start date: ____________________ End date:_____________________
Daily Tasks
Completed
Weeks 1-7
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Week 22-28
Daily Tasks
Completed
Week 29-35
Week 36-42
Week 43-49
Week 50-52
Weekly Tasks Weeks 1-7
Completed
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Weeks 22-28
Weekly Tasks Weeks 29-35
Completed
Weeks 35-42
Weeks 43-49
Weeks 50-52
Monthly tasks 1
Completed
2
Quarterly Tasks
Completed
Quarter 1
Yearly Tasks
Completed
Year 1
3
4
5
Quarter 2
6
7
8
Quarter 3
9
10
11
12
Quarter 4
Notes: __________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
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MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram
RFID Board
USB Board
Control Board
Continua Adapter Board
CSAFE Board
SA WELL+ Connection key
HRC Board
iPod Audio Board
Head Phone Board
Option
Model no. board
Optic sensor
Drive Board
Fuse
12V
DC Adaptor Jack
Steel Wheels and Electromagnet
Battery
:Connector
:Converge
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