SportsArt T680 (10.2 TFT-LCD) Owner Manual

SportsArt T680 (10.2 TFT-LCD) Owner Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................. 1
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................... 2
3. ASSEMBLING YOUR TREADMILL...................................................................... 4
List of Parts........................................................................................................... 4
4. TREADMILL ASSEMBLY....................................................................................... 6
Pedestal and Handle Assembly Steps................................................................. 6
Display Installation Steps...................................................................................... 9
Connect to Power............................................................................................... 11
Cable TV Installation Steps................................................................................. 12
5. T680 DISPLAY..................................................................................................... 13
Display Features.................................................................................................. 13
Display Functions................................................................................................ 14
Button Functions.................................................................................................. 15
Safety Key............................................................................................................ 17
6. HOW TO USE YOUR T680 TREADMILL............................................................ 18
Quick Start........................................................................................................... 18
Workout Setup..................................................................................................... 18
Operating Procedure While Working................................................................... 19
Cool Down........................................................................................................... 20
7. PROGRAMS....................................................................................................... 21
User Parameter Setting....................................................................................... 22
Automatic channel scan...................................................................................... 23
8. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE........................................................................... 24
9. ADJUST THE WALK BELT.................................................................................. 25
10. FLOOR LEVEL ADJUSTMENT......................................................................... 27
11. MAIN FUSE FAILURE...................................................................................... 28
12. ERROR MESSAGE.......................................................................................... 29
13. WIRING SCHEMATIC....................................................................................... 30
SPORTSART
treme
series
T680 COMMERCIAL TREADMILL
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing one of the finest pieces of commercial exercise
equipment on the market today, the SportsArt T680 Commercial Treadmill. The T680
is designed with the end-user in mind and constructed of high quality materials and
designed for years of trouble-free use.
Before using your SportsArt T680 Treadmill, we recommend that you familiarize
yourself with this Owner's Manual. Whether you are a first time user of a treadmill or
a seasoned "PRO", understanding the correct use of the equipment will enhance
your ability to achieve your exercise goals safely and successfully.
Book Holder
Fan
Display
HR Contact
Cup Holder
Handle
Pedestal
Handle Cap
Motor Enclosure
Safety Key
Waterproof Ring
Landing Strip
Non-slip Strip
Walk Belt
Incline Roller
Wheel
Motor Side Cover
Leveler
Belt Adjustment Bolt
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Your SportsArt treadmill was designed and built for optimum safety. However, certain
precautions apply whenever you use your treadmill.
Please read the entire manual before assembly and operation. Also, please note the
following safety precautions:
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Please read the instruction carefully and install the treadmill as instructed.
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Assemble and operate the treadmill on a solid, level surface. DO NOT use
outdoors or near water.
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Never allow children on or near the treadmill at all times.
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Check the treadmill before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled, and
all fasteners are tightened. DO NOT use the treadmill if the unit is disassembled
in any way.
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Keep your hands away from moving parts.
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Wear proper workout clothing: DO NOT wear loose clothing. DO NOT wear
shoes with leather soles or high heels. Tie all long hair back.
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Be careful when mounting and dismounting the unit.
˙
The walk belt will not stop immediately if any object becomes caught in the belts
or rollers.
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DO NOT use any accessories that aren't specifically recommended by the
manufacturer. These might cause injuries or cause the unit to fail.
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Unplug from outlet before servicing or removal of any parts.
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Close supervision is necessary when this treadmill is used by, on, or near
children, invalids, or disabled persons.
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Use this treadmill only for its intended use as described in this manual.
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Never operate this treadmill if it has been damaged in any way. If it is not
working properly, been dropped or damaged, contact your dealer.
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DO NOT carry this treadmill by power cord or use cord as a handle.
˙
Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
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Keep all air ventilation areas free of blockage.
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Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
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DO NOT operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where
oxygen is being administered.
˙ The weight limit for this treadmill is 227KGS (550 LBS).
˙ Product performance depends on adequate power supply. Each commercial
treadmill requires one 20Amp (for 110v area) or one 10Amp (for 220v area)
dedicated circuit for proper operation.
CAUTION
If you feel any pain or abnormal, 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.
DO NOT stand on the belt when starting. Straddle the belt with your feet on the right
and left landing strips.
Always use the safety cord when operating the treadmill.
DANGER - To reduce the risk of electric shock, always unplug this treadmill from
the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding connector can result in a risk of
electric shock. Check with a qualified electrical or service person if you are in doubt
as to whether the treadmill is properly grounded. DO NOT modify the plug provided
with T680 treadmill, if it doesn't fit the outlet; get the proper outlet installed by a
qualified technician.
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ASSEMBLING YOUR TREADMILL
Thank you for purchasing our product. Even though we go to great efforts to ensure
the quality of each product, occasional errors and/or omissions do occur. In any
event should you find the product to be defective or missing a part, please contact
your local dealer.
Please read this owner's manual and follow the instructions.
Caution: Two people are recommended to assemble the treadmill. To avoid back
strain and to ensure safety to the unit and yourself, we suggest you avoid
lifting the running bed assembly from box. Instead drop the sides of the box
and slide the treadmill from the container rather than lifting it.
IMPORTANT: The packaging is specially designed for the machine delivery, please
have it properly kept, in case the machine needs to be shipped in the
future.
List of Parts
Before assembling the treadmill, please make sure all parts below are present.
1.
One safety key (Attached on handle)
2.
One display
3.
One set of handles
4.
One accessory tray (left)
5.
One accessory tray (right)
6.
Two waterproof rings (on the pedestals)
7.
One left pedestal
8.
One right pedestal
9.
One hex allen wrench (M6) with T handle (In vacuum-packed container)
10. One hex allen wrench (M5) with T handle (In vacuum-packed container)
11. One hex allen wrench (M6) with L handle (In vacuum-packed container)
12. One screwdriver (In vacuum-packed container)
13. One cable wrench (In vacuum-packed container)
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14. One double open wrench (22/24) (In vacuum-packed container)
15. One fuse 15A (110V) / 10A (220V) (In vacuum-packed container)
16. Six M8*L18 socket-head screws (For pedestals - on the treadmill)
17. Six M8 spring washers (For pedestals - on the treadmill)
18. Four D18*d8.5*t2-mm serrated washers (For pedestals - on the treadmill)
19. Four M8*L15 socket-head screws (For handlebars - on the treadmill)
20. Four D17*d8.3*t2-mm flat washers (For handlebars - on the treadmill)
21. Four M6*L10 hex head screws (For use on display - on the treadmill)
22. One cable extension
23. One NTSC to PAL/SECAM connector (220V only)
Some parts may get mixed amongst packaging material during shipping. Please
locate all the parts before you discard the packaging material. Thoroughly read the
assembly instructions before you begin.
Additionally, the packaging is designed to protect the product during shipping.
Please save the packaging, if you intend to ship the product in the future.
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TREADMILL ASSEMBLY
PEDESTAL AND HANDLE ASSEMBLY STEPS
When you remove the treadmill from its box, first check to make sure all of the parts
are present. Then, read through the assembly instructions before you begin.
STEP 1. Use the PHILLIPS-HEAD SCREWDRIVER to remove the screws (3 pcs)
from the side plates of the motor cover (both left and right) and remove
both side plates, then use the ALLEN WRENCH WITH THE L-SHAPED
HANDLE (6 mm) to remove the screws and washers (6 sets) from the
pedestal bracket area. (See Fig. 1.)
Fig.1
STEP 2. First, thread the data cable through the right pedestal. Then hold the right
pedestal onto the support bracket on the right side of the treadmill. Secure
the right pedestal by fastening the bolts with washers as shown. Hold the
left pedestal onto the support bracket on the left side of the treadmill.
Secure it by fastening the bolts with washers as shown. At this point, do
NOT tighten these bolts securely. Leave them slightly loose so that the
display can fit snugly. Tighten these bolts firmly after the display is attached.
Then, use the HEX ALLEN WRENCH (M6) to take down the screws and
washers on the top of the pedestal (C). (See Fig. 2.)
Fig.2
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STEP 3. Use the PHILLIPS-HEAD SCREWDRIVER to remove left and right cup
holders. (See Fig. 3.)
Fig.3
STEP 4. Hold the handlebars onto the bracket on the pedestals. Then pull the data
cable on the right pedestal through the right handle (C→D→E). Remove the
tie on the data cable set. Use the ALLEN WRENCH WITH THE T-SHAPED
HANDLE (6 mm) to tighten the bolts with washers, fixing the handlebars in
place on the bracket. Finally, put the left and right cup holders in place and
secure them with the screws. (See Fig. 4.)
Fig.4
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STEP 5. Use the ALLEN WRENCH WITH THE L-SHAPED HANDLE (6 mm) to
securely tighten the pedestal screws in place; then put the side covers
(both left and right) in place (FG) and secure them with the Phillips-head
screws. Finally, set the waterproof rings in place near the hood. (See Fig. 5.)
Fig.5
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DISPLAY INSTALLATION STEPS
STEP 1. Use the ALLEN WRENCH WITH THE T-SHAPED HANDLE (5 mm) to
remove the four bolts from location (A) shown below. Hold the display into
position and connect data cables. (See Fig. 6-1~6-3.) Use the CABLE
WRENCH to secure the cable.
Fig.6-1
Fig.6-2
Fig.6-3
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STEP 2. Rotate the display upward and fit it onto the handlebars. Using points (A),
pivot the display back without pinching the wires. (See Fig. 7.)
Fig.7
STEP 3. With one hand behind the display for support, push the display down gently
until it connects securely. If it does not connect securely, please try again.
Proceed to the next step only after the display connects securely. (See Fig.
8-1 ~ 8-3.)
Fig.8-1
Fig.8-2
Fig.8-3
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STEP 4. Use the HEX ALLEN WRENCH WITH THE T-SHAPED HANDLE (5 mm) to
secure the display with the bolts as shown below. (See Fig. 9.)
Fig.9
CONNECT TO POWER
Connect the power cable as indicated in Fig.10, and secure it by tightening the
screws.
Fig.10
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CABLE TV INSTALLATION STEPS
T680 allows cable TV reception. Other products do not have this feature. Follow the
steps below to watch cable TV while exercising on T680.
1. Determine the type of cable connector used in your area.
NTSC system: See Fig.11-2. Find the appropriate extension cord provided with the
product.
PAL/SECAM system: See Fig.11-3. Find the appropriate extension cord provided
with the product.
2. Secure the appropriate extension cord to the product as shown in Fig.11-1.
3. Secure the extension cord to the TV cable provided by your local cable company
as shown in Fig. 11-2 or 11-3.
Fig.11-2
Fig.11-1
Fig.11-3
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T680 DISPLAY
A. Display features
HR Window
Workout Goal
Percentage Completed
Multimedia
Selection
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Message Row
Dot Matrix
Display
Information
Window
Goal Setting Keys
Setting Window
Numeric Keypad
Programs
B. Display functions
1. SPEED: 0.1 to 15.0 MPH or 0.2 to 24.0 KPH in 0.1 increments
2. INCLINE: 0 to 15% in 0.5% increments
3. TIME: 0:00 to 99:59
4. DISTANCE: 0.01 to 9999 Km/Mile
5. CALORIES: Total calories burnt, 0.0 to 9999 KCAL
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6. CAL/Hr: Calories burnt per hour, 0.0 to 999.9 KCAL
7. METS (Metabolic burn rate): 0.0 to 99.0
8. PROGRAM: Track, Random, Glute, Interval (1:1, 1:2, 2:2), 5K (Flat, Hill), 10K
(Flat, Hill), Wt Loss, Cardio, Custom HR and Fit Test (Bruce or Gerkin)
9. Dot Matrix Display: Displays program profiles and information
C. Button functions
1. QUICK START
Quickstart will bypass User, Age, Weight inputs and Program selection. Time
will count up.
2. TIME
Press this button to set up workout time.
3. DISTANCE
Press this button to set up workout distance.
4. CALORIES
Press this button to set up workout calories.
5. ENTER
After entering all parameters, press ENTER to confirm your choice.
6. Numeric Keypad (0 to 9)
The numeric keypad can replace the function of <▲/▼>buttons. Simply enter
numbers (0 to 9) on the numeric keypad rather than pressing <▲/▼> buttons .
7. Decimal Point Keypad (.)
Use this key to enter the decimal point of a setup value.
8. ▲/▼
Press these buttons to adjust functions up or down. To increase or decrease
adjustments rapidly, hold either button down.
9. CLEAR
a. Pressing this button clears inputted data.
b. The 7-segment display will automatically scan the information window
(TIME→ DISTANCE→ SPEED→ CALORIES→ TIME… … ) every 6 seconds.
Press this button to lock the setting (The corresponding LED will flash.
Press this button again to unlock the setting.).
10. TRACK
One lap is equal to 0.4Km/0.25Mile. The center of the track displays the lap
count.
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11. RANDOM
Press RANDOM to generate different courses.
12. GLUTE
This program is specifically designed to exercise the gluteus muscle group of
the body; 30 and 45 minute durations are available in these incline-based
programs.
13. INTERVAL
There are three kinds of INTERVALs (1:1, 1:2 and 2:2).
For example, in 1:2, 1 = one minute of rest; 2 = two minutes of work.
14. 5K
This program mode is designed specifically with 5 Km as the workout distance
goal.
15. 10K
This program mode is designed specifically with 10 Km as the workout
distance goal.
16. WT LOSS
The weight loss program keeps the user's heart rate at 65% of maximum (i.e.
(220-AGE)*0.65) to provide an optimal weight loss workout.
17. CARDIO
The cardio program keeps the user's heart rate at 80% of maximum (i.e. (220AGE)*0.8) to provide an optimal cardio workout.
18. CUSTOM HR
The Heart Rate Control (HRC) program allows users to key in the desired
HRC target.
19. FIT TEST
FIT TEST program (Body Fitness Test) offers two optional test protocols: Bruce
and Gerkin.
20. INCLINE ▲/▼:
Press INCLINE▲/▼ to increase or decrease incline in 0.5% increments. Keep
the button pressed to enable more rapid adjustments.
21. SPEED ▲/▼
Press SPEED ▲ /▼ to increase or decrease the walk belt speed. Speed
adjusts ▲ /▼ in 0.1 MPH/KPH increments. To increase or decrease
adjustments rapidly, hold either button down.
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22. STOP/HOLD TO RESET
a. While exercising:
(1) If you pressed QUICKSTART to start exercising, press STOP to stop.
(2) If you entered user information to start exercising, press STOP to stop
the treadmill and enter pause mode.
b. Under any status:
Hold this button to reset to the banner display.
23. FAN
Press the fan control button to select one of three speeds.
24. SOURCE
Press SOURCE to switch to different screens (WORKOUT/TV/AV).
25. SPLIT/FULL
a. When watching TV, press this button to split the screen to TV+WORKOUT
SCREEN or get the full screen TV only.
b. In WORKOUT SCREEN, press this button to stop the automatic 6-second
scan. In the TFT-LCD information window (CAL/HR METS TIME INCLINE%
<---> CALORIES SPEED TIME DISTANCE), press this button again to
return to automatic scan.
←→
26. VOL+ , VOLAdjust the TV volume.
27. CH+ , CHSelect TV channels.
D. Safety Key
1. The safety key must be in place for the treadmill to operate. This safety device
is intended to stop the treadmill should a user stumble and fall.
2. If the safety key is not in place, the message "SAFETY KEY" appears on the
display to remind the user to put the safety key in place.
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HOW TO USE YOUR T680 TREADMILL
1. QUICK START
If you select QUICKSTART, "TREAD STARTING" appears on the display and the
walk belt moves at 0.1mph/0.2kph, after which the speed can be modified. The
user information default is 165lbs/75kgs.
2. WORKOUT SETUP
Input user information to obtain accurate information on caloric burn, heart rate
control (range is generated by age entered) and to accumulate total use time,
distance and calories burned (PROGRAM/AGE/WEIGHT).
A. SELECT PROGRAM
Select exercise programs by pressing program buttons shown on the display.
B. SET UP WORKOUT GOAL
When you are in this mode, the electronics will display "SELECT GOAL". You
will have three kinds of workout goals (TIME/DISTANCE/CALORIES).
(1) Set up TIME: From 05︰00 to 99︰00 (default value: 30:00)
a. When pressing "TIME", the "minute" value flashes continuously.
b. Press ▲/▼ or the numeric keypad to select the time.
c. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
(2) Set up DISTANCE: From 0.10 to 99.99 Mile/Km (default value: 2.00Mile /
3.00Km)
a. When pressing DISTANCE, Distance LED lights up and the minute value
in the numeric keypad flashes continuously.
b. Users can select features by following two methods:
Press▲/▼ to select distance.
Use the numeric keypad (0 to 9) and decimal point keypad (.) to select
the target distance.
c. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
(3) Set up CALORIES: From 100 ~ 9999 KCAL (default value: 700 KCAL)
a. Select CALORIES.
b. Press ▲ /▼ or use the numeric keypad (0 to 9) to select the target
calories.
c. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
C. INPUT USER'S AGE & WEIGHT
(1) AGE: From 10 to 99 (default value: 35).
a. Press ▲/▼ or the numeric keypad to select your age.
b. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
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(2) WEIGHT: From 50 to 400LB / 20 to 140 KG (default value: 165LB / 75KG).
a. Press ▲/▼ or the numeric keypad to select your weight.
b. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
D. PROGRAM SETTING PROCEDURE
(1) When the previous selected program is Custom HR, the range of the
TARGET HR is 84 ~ 200 bpm (default value: 120 bpm).
a. When entering this procedure, the message row displays "ENTER
TARGET HR" and "120" flashes in the setting window.
b. Press ▲/▼ or use the numeric keypad (0 to 9) to adjust the heart rate.
c. Press ENTER to complete the setting.
(2) When the previously selected program is GLUTE, there will be two options
(GLUTE 30 - workout time is 30 minutes & GLUTE 45 - workout time is 45
minutes). The message row shows "1-GLUTE-30 2-GLUTE-45".
a. Press the numeric keypad 1 or 2 to select GLUTE30 or GLUTE45.
b. Pressing ENTER directly selects the default, GLUTE 30.
(3) When the previously selected program is 5K or 10K, there are two options
(FLAT & HILL). The message row shows "1-FLAT 2-HILL".
a. Press 1 or 2 on the numeric keypad to select FLAT or HILL.
b. Pressing ENTER directly selects the default, FLAT.
(4) When the previously selected program is FIT TEST, there are two options:
BRUCE & GERKIN. Message row displays "1- BRUCE 2-GERKIN".
a. Press 1 or 2 on the numeric keypad to select BRUCE or GERKIN.
b. Pressing ENTER directly selects the default, BRUCE.
E. SET UP SPEED
SPEED: From 0.1 to 15.0 Mile / 0.2 to 24.0 Km.
1. In the setting window, "0.1" flashes continuously. The message row displays
"ENTER SPEED".
2. Press ▲/▼ or use the numeric keypad (0 to 9) to input target speed.
3. Press ENTER to confirm your choice, and start exercising.
3. OPERATING PROCEDURE WHILE WORKING
A. Press QUICK START or enter by inputting personal information data. Message
row will display "TREAD STARTING". Meanwhile, Dot matrix display will
display "3→2→1", and then the AC Servo motor will start operating.
B. The information displayed in each window:
←→
(1) Message row: workout information (CAL/HR METS TIME INCLINE% <--->
CALORIES SPEED TIME DISTANCE) automatically scans every six
seconds in the TFT-LCD information window.
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(2) WORKOUT GOAL Percent Complete.
(3) Wt Loss Training Zone & Cardio Training Zone: the HR will be different
because of age.
(4) Setting window: to display the selected WORKOUT GOAL.
C. Users can adjust settings while working:
Programs can be changed during exercise. Press the corresponding program
button to change programs. WORKOUT GOAL (TIME/DISTANCE/CAL) counts
up continuously.
4. COOL DOWN
Upon achieving the WORKOUT GOAL (TIME/DISTANCE/CAL), the electronics
displays "ACCU DATA" (accumulative data for your workout). After displaying the
accumulative time/distance/calories/average heart rate, the treadmill will
automatically go to a COOL DOWN program (by displaying "COOL DOWN").
Walk belt speed will gradually slow to 2.5mph/4KPH; incline will decline to 0%
incline, and the COOL DOWN time will be 2 minutes. Time counts down to "0:00".
The treadmill stops and the startup banner appears on the display.
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PROGRAMS
1. TRACK
One lap is equal to 400M (0.25 Mile).
2. RANDOM
The random program includes an infinite number of programs. Continue to press
this button until you find a course to your liking.
3. GLUTE
The glute program is specifically designed to exercise the gluteus muscles. Press
to choose between 30- and 45-minute programs in this incline-based exercise
mode.
4. INTERVAL (1:1, 1:2, 2:2)
INTERVAL courses are based on "work" and "rest" periods. The time, incline and
speed of each period can differ. The time ratio of rest to work can be 1:1, 1:2, or
2:2. (Rest is represented by the first number; work is represented by the second
number. For example, 1:2 means 1 minute of rest & 2 minutes of work.) The
message row displays "1-1:1 2-1:2 3-2:2".
A. Press 1, 2 or 3 on the numeric keypad to select one of the three INTERVAL
modes.
B. Pressing INTERVAL while exercising can switch to a different INTERVAL mode.
C. While exercising, you can change the speed and incline of any interval at the
beginning of the interval. That change will also apply to the corresponding
interval from thereafter.
5. 5K & 10K
This program sets 5 Km & 10 Km as the workout goal. There are two options:
FLAT and HILL. The workout figure changes each time the button is pressed.
6. WT LOSS, CARDIO & CUSTOM HR
These programs employ what is called Heart Rate Control (HRC) technology to
adjust speed or incline to maintain a specific target heart rate. They are designed
to provide optimal efficiency in reaching your exercise goals.
A. Target heart rates:
(1) WT LOSS = 65% Heart Rate Control: (220 - AGE) × 65%
(2) CARDIO = 80% Heart Rate Control: (220 - AGE) × 80%
(3) CUSTOM HR: set up by users, not calculated according to the selected age.
B. HRC (Heart rate control) mode:
(1) The message row displays "ENTER TARGET HR" when you select Custom
HR. In the setting window, "120" flashes. Press ▲ /▼ or use the numeric
keypad (0 to 9) to adjust heart rate. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
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(2) The message row displays "1-INGL 2-SPEED". Press 1 or 2 from the
numeric keypad to select your heart rate control mode via speed or incline
control. Press ENTER to complete your stepup.
(3) Select SPEED control
Before starting to exercise, select the maximum speed. The message row
will show "ENTER MAX SPEED". Press ▲/▼ or use the numeric keypad (0
to 9) to input a maximum speed. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
a. The initial speed is 0.1 MPH / 0.2KPH. The treadmill speeds up to the
selected maximum speed.
b. The maximum speed can be adjusted during exercise. Press SPEED ▲
/▼ or use numeric keypad (0 to 9) to adjust the maximum speed. The
message row will display "ENTER MAX SPEED". The setting window
will display the previously selected maximum speed.
c. Users can adjust the incline to increase or decrease heart rate.
d. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
(4) Select INCLINE control
a. Before starting to exercise, the selected speed is the start speed. The
message row will show "ENTER SPEED".
b. Appropriately adjust speed to help you to reach your target HR.
C. At the start of a workout, or anytime when the heart rate signal is not received,
the message row will display "NO HEART RATE READING, PLEASE CHECK
TRANSMITTER". If the heart rate cannot be detected either by the contact
grips or transmitter, SPEED or INCLINE will not increase or decrease
automatically and can only be adjusted manually.
7. FIT TEST
This program provides two types of physical fitness tests: BRUCE & GERKIN.
Press FIT TEST to alternate between the different fitness tests (BRUCE→
GERKIN → BRUCE → …) After completing the test, the message row will display
"END OF FIT TEST" "YOUR SCORE IS ???". "???" represents your score(s).
The highest score is 100, while the lowest is 0.
USER PARAMETER SETTING
User parameters determine basic operating features, such as distance units, of the
treadmill. To change these parameters, at the banner display, hold the ENTER button
for three seconds.
1. Set up MPH/KPH. The message row will display the current status ("UNIT-MPH"
or "UNIT-KPH"). Press ▲ /▼ to change MPH or KPH. Press ENTER to confirm
your choice or press STOP to quit (without changing parameters).
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2. Display the total accumulative distance. The message row will display "DIST XXXXXX MILE" or "DIST - XXXXXX KM". Press ENTER to confirm your choice or
press STOP to quit (without changing parameters).
3. Display the total accumulative time. The message row will display "TIME XXXXXX HOUR". Press ENTER to confirm your choice or press STOP to quit
(without changing parameters).
4. Display the version of the software:
A. The message row will display the version of the TFT-LCD "TFT XX-XX-XX".
Press ENTER to confirm your choice or press STOP to quit (without changing
parameters).
B. The message row will display the version of the control board "CTL XXXXX-XX".
Press ENTER to confirm your choice or press STOP to quit (without changing
parameters).
C. The message row will display the version of the drive board "DRV XXXXX-XX".
Press ENTER to return to the banner display.
AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SCAN
1. Press VOL- & CH+ while watching TV. When the wording "SC xx" appears on the
screen, automatic channel scan begins.
2. The unit only can be started after the automatic scan is completed (SC xx→CH xx).
In areas using PAL/SECAM systems, automatic scan might take more time.
Please be patient.
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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 to achieve the greatest benefits, should be performed 3-5 times a
week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours, for your body to recover
after exercise.
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ADJUSTING THE WALK BELT
For optimum performance, the walk belt must track in the center of the deck. Failure
to align the belt properly could cause the belt to tear or fray, which is not covered
under the warranty.
Caution: To avoid injury, special care must be taken when adjusting the walk belt. Be
careful to keep your fingers, clothes and other objects clear of the belt and
rollers. The treadmill will not stop immediately if objects become caught in
the belt or rollers. Do not allow anyone to stand on the walk belt during this
procedure.
Fig.12
Please follow the belt adjustment procedure listed below:
1.
Determine belt position in relation to the belt alignment gauge on the walk deck.
The red mark on the gauge indicates misalignment. The belt should center in the
middle of the green area.
2.
If the belt is in the red mark on either side of the deck, follow the steps below to
align the walk belt.
3. Turn off the unit.
4. If the belt is too far left, use the hex Allen wrench to turn the left adjustment bolt at
the rear of the treadmill clockwise 1/4 turn. Then turn the right adjustment bolt
counterclockwise 1/4 turn. Turn on the treadmill. Press the SPEED button to
increase the speed until the speed reaches 2.0 mph/3.2kph on the display.
Inspect belt alignment.
5. If the belt has not returned to the green zone, repeat with another 1/4 turn on both
sides until the belt has returned to the middle of the green area. Do not turn the
walk belt adjustment bolt more than 1/4 turn at a time. If the belt is on the edge of
the green color, turn the adjustment bolt less than 1/4 turn at a time to center the
belt.
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6. If the belt is too far right, turn the right adjustment bolt clockwise 1/4 turn, then
turn the left adjustment bolt counterclockwise 1/4 turn. Turn on the treadmill.
Press the SPEED button to increase the speed until the speed reaches 2.0
mph/3.2kph on the display. Inspect belt alignment.
7. If the belt has not returned to the green zone, repeat with another 1/4 turn on
both sides until the belt has returned to the middle of the green area. Do not turn
the walk belt adjustment bolt more than 1/4 turn at a time. If the belt is on the
edge of the green color, turn the adjustment bolt less than 1/4 turn at a time to
center the belt.
8. Let the treadmill run at least 30 seconds, while checking the position of the belt in
the color gauge. When the belt is back in the green "safety zone", you can
continue your regular use of the treadmill. Slowly increase the speed of the unit
to 5.5 MPH (9 KPH), and let it run for at least 45 seconds. Make sure that the belt
tracks properly.
9. When you are using the treadmill, if you feel a pause when your foot hits the belt,
the belt is too loose. Stop the machine. Adjust both rear roller bolts clockwise 1/2
turn at a time. Try the machine again, then check the result. If necessary, give
both adjustment bolts another slight turn.
10. Do not over-tighten the belt. Over-tightening the walk belt can shorten the life of
the unit. Please see Fig. 13-2 and 13-3.
11. Periodically inspect belt tracking and tightness to ensure optimum performance of
your treadmill.
To check the correct tension of the belt, hold the belt in the middle, and lift up about
30 m/m (1 1/8") or 3 kg (6.6 pounds) of force (see Fig.13, 13-1, 13-2).
Fig.13-1
Fig.13-2
Fig.13
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Periodically monitor the position of the belt to ensure peak performance
To avoid injury, special care must be taken when adjusting the walk belt. Remove
any loose clothing or shoes lace and tie back your hair. Be very careful to keep your
fingers or any other objects clear of the belt and rollers. The treadmill is designed to
carry specific weights. The treadmill will not stop immediately if any object becomes
caught in the belt or rollers. Over tightening of the belt would cause damage and
premature failure of the precision bearings in the front and rear rollers.
FLOOR LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Level the treadmill as follows. Use the DOUBLE OPEN ENDED WRENCH to turn
the levelers on the rear of the treadmill. Raise or lower the floor levelers to steady
the treadmill. Once it is level, secure the position by tightening the leveler nuts up
against the unit frame. (See Fig. 14.)
Fig.14
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MAIN FUSE FAILURE
If the display remains dark after turning on the unit, the fuse may be damaged and
need to be replaced.
CAUTION: MAKE SURE THE TREADMILL POWER PLUG IS REMOVED FROM
OUTLET BEFORE REPLACING THE FUSE.
Main power fuse holder located at bottom of the machine, near the on/off switch.
(See Fig.15-1) To remove the main fuse, push the fuse holder toward the machine
and turn it counterclockwise, then pull out the fuse holder. Remove the fuse from the
holder. Insert a new fuse of the appropriate type into the fuse holder and insert it into
the unit. Turn the fuse holder clockwise to secure the fuse in place. (See Fig. 15-2 to
Fig. 15-4.)
Fig.15-1
Fig.15-2
Fig.15-3
Fig.15-4
If the unit does not work after changing the fuse, please contact your authorized
SportsArt Fitness service technician for more information.
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ERROR MESSAGES
1. Display format:
E
R
R
O
R
_
X
_
Y
_
2. Explanations for each error message:
ERROR_1_1_ The AC servo motor encoder is out of order. Please re-start the unit.
ERROR_1_2_ The AC servo motor is overheated. Speed is restricted to half.
ERROR_1_3_ The AC servo motor suddenly accelerated. Please re-start the unit.
ERROR_2_1_ The IGBT current is too high. Please re-start the unit.
ERROR_2_2_ The IGBT is too hot. Speed is restricted to half.
ERROR_3_1_ The elevation motor has a calibration issue.
ERROR_4_1_ The power switch is OFF.
ERROR_4_2_ The power supply voltage is too low. Re-start the unit after
stabilizing the power supply.
ERROR_4_3_ The power supply voltage is too high. Re-start the unit after
stabilizing the power supply.
3. Additional error message which may display in setting window:
E8-1 There is a communication error between control board and servo driver
when powering the treadmill on.
E8-2 There is a communication error between control board and servo driver
during exercising.
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Wiring Schematic:
T680
Your Authorized Distributor
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