User Manual Heart Rate Monitor

User Manual Heart Rate Monitor

Heart Rate Monitor

User Manual

CONTENTS

OVERVIEW

Functions and summary

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KEYS AND FUNCTIONS

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5

QUICK START

Wearing the Chest Belt

Zone Selection

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7

TIME

Set Time

HEART RATE MONITOR

Getting Started

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Data Display / Zone Range

User Settings

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Heart Rate Intensity Chart

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11

12

DATA

Overall Information of Performance

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13

ALARM

Set Alarm

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14

STOP WATCH MODE

BATTERY REQUIREMENT

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16

TROUBLESHOOTING

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CARE & MAINTENANCE

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SPECIFICATIONS

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OVERVIEW

Congratulations on your purchase of a highly reliable Heart Rate Monitor, it is a user-friendly fitness tool to keep track of your personal fitness level, To develop basic understands and gain maximum benefit from this Heart Rate Monitor, please read this user manual carefully.

We wish you an enjoyable workout with it.

Functions and Summary

Time

Heart Rate

Monitor

Data

Alarm

Adjust

Exercise

Time

Adjust

Time

Max Heart

Rate %

Age

Date

Calorie

Gender

Year

In Zone period

Heart Rate

Zone Level

12/24 Hour

Format

Highest

Heart Rate

Current

Time

Upper HR

Zone Limit

Lower HR

Zone Limit

Exercise

Unit

In Zone

Weight

Calories

Heart Rate

Zone Alarm

Highest

Time Period Heart Rate

Average

Heart Rate

Alarm

ON / OFF

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KEYS and FUNCTIONS

ADJUST/

LIGHT

MODE

MODE

-Scrolls through various modes of the watch

-Advances to next variable in setting

sequence

START/STOP

ADJUST/LIGHT

-Activates Light

-Enters the setting sequence for

each setting mode

-Clears session data

START/STOP

-Increases variable in setting sequence

-Pauses time in HRM mode

RESET

RESET

-Decreases variable in setting sequence

-Toggles through sub modes

-Toggles between pounds/kilograms

-Ends session

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QUICK START

WEARING THE CHEST BELT

Follow steps 1. through 4. to wear the chest belt and go for a run.

1. Open the chest belt.

2. Insert the tab into the hole, make sure tab

and hole are on the same level.

sure the chest belt is positioned in the right grooved areas on the back to ensure strong

direction and worn directly against the skin.

connection between your pulse and the

chest belt.

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QUICK START

ZONE SELECTION

5.

Enter

HRM mode

7.

Start Run

6.

Choose

zone

LEVEL 1

55 – 70%

Sustain a healthy heart and lose weight.

LEVEL 2

70 – 80%

Develop endurance and increase stamina.

LEVEL 3

80 – 100%

Sustain excellent fitness condition and increase muscle strength.

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No Signal

Three dash lines will apear if the watch is not receiving transmission from the chest belt.

TIME

SET TIME

In TIME mode you can set the Time, Date, and Hour Format.

Follow steps 1. through 5. to set the time and date.

2.

Hold 2 sec.

3.

+Digit/

Toggle key Tone

ON-OFF 5.

Exit

1.

Scroll to

TIME mode

3.

-Digit

4.

Select Next

Variable

Set

Hour

Set

Minute

Set

Seconds

Set

Year

Set

Month

Set

Day

Choose

12/24 Hour

Clock

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HEART RATE MONITOR

GETTING STARTED

PRINCIPLE OF THE HEART RATE ZONE

It is important that you know your maximum heart rate, training zone, upper heart rate limit and lower heart rate limit before you begin. They help you achieve the maximum health benefits out of your workout. We recommend consulting a medical practitioner or registered physician before setting your personal training-schedule and target. Or you can set your own upper and lower limit using the following as a reference guide:

Calculation of Maximum Heart Rate: MALE= 220 – Age, FEMALE = 226 – Age

Getting Started

Follow steps 1. through 3. to get ready and start your run.

The three dash lines will blink while receiving transmission from the chest belt.

3.

Start when READY is displayed

1.

Enter

HRM mode

2.

Scroll through and choose according

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HEART RATE MONITOR

DATA DISPLAY / ZONE RANGE

The exercise time is displayed under the heart rate by default. Press the START/STOP key to view other information.

Pause Session

Press pause curren session start/stop

Hold 2 sec to save data

In-Zone

Your heart rate is with your zone range

Exercise

Time

Max

HR%

Calorie

Scroll Data

In Zone

Period

Highest

Heart Rate

Current

Time

Qut-zone

If your heart rate is out of zone, the High or Low arrows will display and the digits will flash

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HEART RATE MONITOR

USER SETTINGS

Your heart rate is measured in beats per minute (bpm) and setting a heart rate zone allows you to work with an upper and lower heart rate limit. Follow steps 1. through 5. to adjust the User Settings.

2.

Hold 2 sec.

1.

Scroll to

HRM mode

3.

+Digit/Toggle

5.

Exit

3.

-Digit/Toggle

4.

Select Next

Variable

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Set

Age

Set

Sex

Set

HR Zone

Level

Set

Upper

HR Zone

Limit

Set

Lower

HR Zone

Limit

Set

Unit

Set

Weight

Set HR

Zone Alarm

ON/OFF

HR SETTING

HEART RATE INTENSITY CHART

This is an alternative to check your heart rate zones based on sex, age and weight. Starting with your Max Heart Rate (MHR), use the chart to calculate your zones depending on the intensity of your workout. Please note that this chart may not be suitable for everyone.

Max Heart Rate

Male=220-Age

Female=226-Age

50

55

60

65

70

75

30

35

40

45

190

185

180

175

170

165

160

155

150

145

196

191

186

181

176

171

166

161

156

151

Level 1(55-70%)

Sustain a healthy heart and lose weight

Age Male Female

20

25

200

195

206

201

110

107

Male

140

136

104

101

99

96

93

90

88

85

82

79

133

129

126

122

119

115

112

108

105

101

96

94

91

88

85

83

Female

113

110

144

140

107

105

102

99

137

133

130

126

123

119

116

112

109

105

Level 2(70-80%)

Develop endurance and increase stamina

Male

140 160

136 156

133

139

126

122

119

115

112

108

105

101

152

148

144

140

136

132

128

124

120

116

123

119

116

112

109

105

Female

144

140

164

160

137

133

130

126

156

152

148

144

140

136

132

128

124

120

Level 2(80-100%)

Sustain excellent fitness condition and increase muscle strength

136

132

128

124

120

116

Male

160

156

200

195

152

148

144

140

190

185

180

175

170

165

160

155

150

145

140

136

132

128

124

120

Female

164

160

206

201

156

152

148

144

196

191

186

181

176

171

166

161

156

151

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DATA

OVERALL INFORMATION OF PERFORMANCE

In DATA mode you can view your stored data from the last session.

Follow steps 1. through 2. to manage your data. *Please note only one session worth of data can be stored.

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1.

Scroll to

Data mode

2.

Exercise

Time

In Zone

Period

Calorie

Highest

Heart Rate

Average

Heart Rate

ALARM

SET ALARM

In ALARM mode you can toggle ON/OFF for the alarm and adjust the time.

Follow steps 1. through 5. to adjust alarm settings.

5.

Exit

2.

Hold 2 sec.

4.

Select

Next

Variable

1.

3.

+Digital/Toggle

3.

-Digital/Toggle

Turn Alarm ON/OFF

The alarm icon will show in any mode of the display when the alarm is turned ON.

Scroll to

Alarm mode

*The settings will be automatically updated once the alarm time is adjusted.

Set

Hour

Set

Minute

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STOP WATCH MODE

Press 1 to start or stop counting

Press 2 when stop counting will clear to zero

Press 2 button to check split time (SP time is shown as a fixed data, time counting is still in operation) or display instant counting time.

1.

Start/stop

3.

It Will Show"STW"

For 1 Second Then

Go Into Stop Watch

MODE

2.

Reset

Split Time Counting

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BATTERY

REQUIREMENT

Warning: Keep watch batteries away from children, If swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.

Warning: Batteries contain chemical substances.

They should be disposed of properly according to local regulations.

WATCH Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium

Battery Life: The battery is estimated to last 1 year depending on frequency and use of certain features.

1.

Unscrew all four corners to remove the caseback old

2.

Remove old battery

2032

3.

Insert a CR 2032 lithium battery with the writing facing you

4.

Replace the caseback

HR Chest Belt Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium

Battery Life: The battery is estimated to last 1 year if the chest belt is used one hour per day.

1.

2.

2032

3.

Use a coin to unscrew the battery hatch on the watch by turning counter clockwise

Remove old battery and insert a

CR 2032 lithium battery with the writing facing you

*Please make sure the O-ring (rubber ring surrounding battery) has not been removed from its place.

Replace the battery hatch

WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND TAKING YOUR WATCH TO A LOCAL RETAILER OR JEWELLER TO HAVE

THE BATTERY REPLACED TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF PERMANENTLY DAMAGING THE WATCH.

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TROUBLESHOOTING CARE & MAINTENANCE

Heart rate doesn't display on watch

- The chest belt may not be positioned correctly.

- The grooved sensors may not be wet enough,

wet and try again.

- It is recommended that the grooved sensors

are directly on your skin.

Avoid extreme force, shock, dust temperature, or humidity. Such conditions may cause malfunctioning, a shorter electronic lift span, damaged batteries, or distorted parts.

Rinse the watch with fresh water to avoid materials building up that can interfere with the reception of the pulse.

Heart rate reading on watch is inconsistent or stops

- The battery may need to be replaced in the chest belt.

- Sources of electromagnetic fields can cause

interference. (Appliances, computers, and power lines)

Watch beeps continuously

- If the zone alarm is on and your heart rate is not in any

of the zone ranges, the watch will beep to indicate you

are out of the zones.

Do not use abrasive or corrosive materials to clean the watch or chest belt. Abrasive cleaning agents may scratch the plastic parts and corrode the electronic circuit..

Watch display may be frozen due to static electricity

- The display may be frozen due to static electricity

or recent battery replacements, If this occurs, press on

all 4 side buttons at the same time to reset to factory

settings.

Avoid tampering the internal components of the watch. Doing so will terminate the sensors warranty and may cause damage.

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SPECIFICATIONS

WATCH

Water Resistance: The watch is water resistant under normal use up to 30 meters. Water damage will occur if the watch buttons are pressed while under water.

Operating Temperatures: -5 to 50 degree Celsius.

Material Specifications:

Crystal: Acrylic

Case: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

Keys: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

Polyurethane

Buckle: Stainless Steel

Bezel: Stainless Steel

Caseback: Stainless Steel

Strap: Polyurethane

Mode Limits: Heart Rate 30-240bpm

HR CHEST BELT

Water Resistance: The watch is water resistant under normal use up to 10 meters. Wipe dry after use.

Operating Temperatures: -5 to 50 degree Celsius.

Material Specifications:

Case: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

Strap: Polyurethane

Band: Elastic

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