Schwinn | 810 | Scwinn GPS Tracking Heart Rate Monitor Manual 110426

810 GPS watch User Manual (Preliminary)
Getting Started
Ref: UI-10487-04
Step 1) Know your watch:
Introduction
Push button location:
Thank you for purchasing the GPS watch. This GPS watch is packed with personal Training
features like speed, trip time, laps, etc. GPS navigation features were integrated in various
modes like Run mode and Waypoint mode. GPS can display your current location in an
electronic map. It has also an Altimeter function based on GPS. Watch features include
12/24H Time format, Chronograph, World time, 5 daily Alarms, Data, and Set modes. This
watch can communicate with a PC to store and review your performance. This watch also
has a power saving mode to increase operating hours. It uses a rechargeable battery that
can be charged through USB port of your PC. It also uses HRM belt (optional unit) with 5.3
KHz technology to monitor your heart rate for all your HR related information.
Caring for your GPS watch:
Clean your GPS watch and heart rate monitor with a dampened cloth preferably with mild
detergent solution. Wipe dry using a dry cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners and solvents
that may damage plastic components.
Do not store your GPS watch to prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures as this may
result to permanent damage to your unit.
About GPS:
Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite- based navigation system made up of a
network of 24 or more satellites. GPS works best in clear weather condition, anywhere in the
world, 24 hours a day. Tall buildings may interfere with GPS accuracy. When 3 satellite
signals are received, the watch will have 2D GPS fixed (Latitude and Longitude). When 4 or
more satellite signals are received, the watch will have 3D GPS Fixed (Latitude, Longitude,
and Altitude).
Push button Function:
Water immersion:
This GPS watch is designed to be water resistant up to 3 ATM. It can resist water pressure
up to 30 meters. After submersion to water, please make sure to wipe dry and air dry the unit
before using or charging.
Caution: This unit is not intended to be used while swimming. Prolonged water submersion
may cause electronic shorting in the unit which may cause minor skin burn or irritation.
S1 – Start/ Lap/ Increase adjust/ Fast increase adjust
S3 – View /OK
S5 – Stop / Save/ Clear/ Decrease adjust/ Fast decrease
adjust
S7 – Mode/ Exit
S9 – GPS ON/ hold 5-6 seconds to turn OFF GPS
S11 – EL back light
Note: Actual color of the watch and artwork may vary from style to style.
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Power Saving Screen:
2.3) Connect the charging clip securely to the watch.
This watch has a power saving feature to prolong battery life. When GPS is OFF, HRM is not
linked, and no key operation for 1 minute, the display will auto go to Power saving screen. In
power saving Screen, Press S7 to go to Run mode. Press any other key will go from power
saving screen to Time mode.
Note: If GPS is ON or Chronograph is running, it will not go to power saving screen.
The watch will display only the date, battery level indicator and time in power saving screen.
Note: Please thoroughly dry the charging contacts and surrounding area to ensure proper
electrical contact and prevent corrosion.
When the battery is low, it is time to charge the GPS watch. Following are the possible
screens when you charge your watch.
Step 2) Charging the Battery:
The watch is shipped in shipment mode to conserve battery. Charge the unit for at least 4
hours before first use. The length of time for a fully charged battery will last depending on the
actual usage. It is recommended to regularly re-charge your battery every 1-2 months even if
it is not used to maintain good battery condition.
2.1) Plug your USB PC link cable to your PC
2.2) Align the charging clip with the contacts on the back of the watch.
When it displays check the charger, re-adjust the clip and make sure there are no
contamination or dirt between the contacts of the clip and the back of the watch.
Once the battery is full, it will display CHARGING COMPLETE.
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Battery low condition:
You cannot turn on the GPS when the battery is low. The watch will display BATT LOW GPS
OFF and proceed to Run mode. The battery icon will also blink. The GPS signal icon will blink
into low battery icon alternately. You need to recharge the battery in order to use the GPS
again.
4.2) Stand still and do not begin moving while performing the following steps until the GPS
signals are already received.
4.3) How to Turn ON the GPS: Press S9 to turn ON the GPS. The Bike computer will start
locating the satellites. After receiving the satellite signals, it will automatically go to BIKE
mode ready for the exercises. When you are receiving the satellite signals, the computer
will display the relative signal strength on the upper sight side of the display.
When the battery is almost low and you still perform your exercise, your data may not be
saved if the battery becomes low. Please make sure the battery have enough battery power
before doing your exercise in order not to lose your data.
When the battery level becomes very low, the watch will automatically turn OFF the display
(blank screen). If you press any key in this condition, the watch will display LOW BATTERY
and display is turned OFF again after 10 seconds.
Step 3) Configure your watch:
Before using your GPS watch, you have to do the following:
3.1) Set the time 1, Time 2, Alarm, and display format. Go to Time sub modes for the details
on how to set these parameters. Time can also be set in SET mode.
3.2) Set your personal USER details, AUTOLAP, SET TIME, and SYSTEM. Go to SET mode
to set these parameters,
4.4) If you press S9 again, the computer will momentarily display GPS / INDOOR. User can
select GPS/ INDOOR by pressing S1/S3. If you select GPS, it will display your current
location, and then go to BIKE mode. If you select INDOOR (GPS OFF), the computer
will go direct to BIKE mode and you will have no GPS function.
4.5) How to turn OFF the GPS: If you wish to turn OFF the GPS, press and hold S9 for 6
seconds and the computer will momentarily display GPS OFF and then return to Time
view. If the Chronograph is running or stopped but not saved in any exercise modes, you
cannot turn OFF the GPS. You have to save the current exercise first before turning OFF
the GPS.
GPS signals and its meaning:
Step 4) Acquire Satellite signals:
In order to get the correct time of day and begin using your GPS watch, you have to acquire
GPS signals. It may take a few minutes to get the signals.
4.1) Go outside to an open area away from tall buildings and trees. Orient the GPS antenna
towards the sky for best reception. The antenna is located at the 6 o’clock position of the
watch.
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Step 5) Using your Heart Rate monitor: (HRM belt is optional and is
sold separately)
The HRM belt is on standby and ready to send data to your watch. Wear the belt directly on
your skin just below your breastplate. It should be snug enough to stay in place during your
run.
5.1) Push one tab on the strap through the slot in the HRM transmitter.
5.2) Wet both electrodes with a damp cloth on the back of the HRM belt. This will help create
a strong electrical connection between your chest and the HRM transmitter.
5.5) If the heart rate will not be displayed, or you have an erratic heart rate data, follow the
following tips :
5.5.1.
Make sure the HR belt is snugly fit to your body
5.5.2.
Reapply water, saliva, or electrode gel to the electrode of the HR belt
5.5.3.
Clean the electrodes from possible contamination that may interfere with heart
rate signals
5.5.4.
Wear a cotton shirt or if possible, wet your cotton shirt. Synthetic fabrics that
rubs with your skin may create static electricity and interfere with the heart rate
signal
5.5.5.
Move away from strong electromagnetic fields and other wireless sensors which
can interfere with your heart rate sensor. Possible sources of wireless
interference may include high voltage power lines, electric motors, microwave
ovens, cordless phones, and wireless LAN or access points.
Note: Set your Heart rate zone in setting mode.
Step 6) Go for a Run:
6.1) Using Run mode:
Before going for a run, it is highly recommended that you set your user profile first so that the
calories will be calculated properly. Go to SET mode to do this.
5.3) Wrap around the chest belt around your rib cage just below the pectoral muscles and
attach the other end of the strap to the HRM transmitter. The elastic strap should be
adjusted so that it is snug enough so that it will not move during use but not so tight as to
restrict breathing.
6.1.1) Press S1 or S7 from Time mode to go to RUN mode.
6.1.2) The watch will prompt you to select GPS or INDOOR. Press S1/S5 to select. If
you select GPS, The watch will automatically search for GPS signal. If you select
INDOOR, you will be performing your exercise without GPS signal.
6.1.3) After your selection, the watch will display the remaining BATTERY power level,
remaining DATA TRACK MEMORY and then display view 1. Press S11 to
change views.
6.1.4) Press S1 to START or TAKE LAP. If auto lap function is set, the watch will take
lap automatically based on auto lap setting.
6.1.5) Press S5 to stop after completing your run.
6.1.6) Press S5 again to save your run data.
6.2) Using GOTO waypoint function in WAYPOINT mode
If there is no GPS signal, RUN mode, or GO BACK / GO TO function of Run Data mode is
running, you cannot use GOTO waypoint function. Also there should also be a waypoint save
in the memory to go to.
5.4) Bring the GPS watch within range of the HRM transmitter (3 meters). The HRM belt will
automatically communicate with the watch. The watch will then display the heart rate
data and heart icon.
6.2.1) Press S7 from Run Data mode to go to Waypoint mode. The watch will display the
list of available waypoints.
6.2.2) Press S1/S5 to select which waypoint to go to.
6.2.3) Press S5 to open GOTO/ EDIT/ DELETE sub modes.
6.2.4) Press S5 to select GOTO sub mode. The chronograph will automatically start.
6.2.5) Press S3 to change views.
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6.2.6) Press S1 to START or TAKE LAP. If auto lap function is set, the watch will take
lap automatically based on auto lap setting.
6.2.7) Press S5 to STOP after you complete your exercise.
6.2.8) Press S5 again to save your exercise.
6.3) Using GOTO/GOBACK function in RUN DATA mode:
General Operations
The watch has the following main modes: Time, Run, Run Data, Waypoint, and Set modes.
Press S7 to scroll through these modes.
If there is no GPS signal, RUN mode, or GO TO WAYPOINT function is running, you cannot
use GOTO/ GO BACK function.
6.3.1) Press S7 from Run mode to go to RUN DATA mode. The watch will display the
list of available files.
6.3.2) Press S1/S5 to select which file to open.
6.3.3) Press S3 to view the details of the selected file. Press S1/S5 to scroll through the
details
6.3.4) Press S3 to open the RUN DATA sub modes: GO BACK, GOTO, VIEW, EDIT,
and EXIT.
6.3.5) Press S1/S5 to select which sub mode to use. In this case select GO BACK.
6.3.6) Press S1 to start your exercise. The chronograph will auto start.
6.3.7) Press S2 to change views
6.3.8) Press S1 to START or TAKE LAP. If auto lap function is set, the watch will take
lap automatically based on auto lap setting.
6.3.9) Press S5 to STOP after you complete your exercise.
6.3.10) Press S5 again to save your exercise.
Note: Press S1 or S7 from TIME mode will go to RUN mode.
EL backlight:
Note: GOTO means going from your current location to the end point of the data file. GO
BACK means going from your current location to the starting point of the selected data file.
Step 7) Download your data to PC:
This watch has a night mode function. When Night mode is ON, pressing any key will turn on
the EL back light for 5-6 seconds from 6:00 pm to 7: am every day. When night mode is OFF,
pressing S5 can turn ON the EL back light for 5-6 seconds in anytime of the day. Pushing
other buttons will not turn ON the EL back light. Night mode function is by default ON. You
can set the night mode function in SET mode.
The watch comes with PC software to make communication between your watch and PC
easy and enjoyable. Please install the PC software to your PC using the installer provided.
The watch is using a USB PC link cable which is around 50 cm (approximately 1 1/2 ft) long
to connect the watch to PC.
Run the GPS PC software on your PC. Plug the USB cable with the watch clamped in the
other end of the cable. PC software will then prompt you to download the data. Click the
download button to begin downloading. The watch will then display SEND COMPLETE. The
PC software will prompt to delete the data in the watch. User has the option to delete the
data in the watch or not.
The PC software installation and instruction guide can be found at the end of this manual.
Please take time to read the guide.
TIME MODE
Press S7 from SET mode to TIME mode. There are 5 views in time mode. Press S1 or S5 to
scroll through the five views. Following are the views with the corresponding information
displayed:
View 1
View 2
View 3
Time 1, Week day, Date, Battery level indicator, GPS relative signal strength
Time 2, Week day, Date, Battery level indicator, GPS relative signal strength,
Time 1, Time 1 location (city code), Time 2, Time 2 location (city code), GPS
relative signal strength. City codes will only appear if the time setting mode is set
to AUTO. If it is set to MANUAL, it will be blank. Please refer to the last portion of
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View 4
View 5
this manual for the complete list of city codes and corresponding GMT differential
time.
Time 1, Date of Time 1, Time 2, Date of Time 2, GPS relative signal strength.
Alarm time (1-5), Alarm referred to Time 1 or timer 2, battery level indicator, GPS
relative signal strength. While in view 5, press S5 to scroll through alarm 1 to 5.
Press S1 to turn ON or OFF the selected alarm. View 5 will automatically go to
view 1 after 5 seconds.
From any view in TIME mode, press S5 (if EL is ON) or double press S5 (if EL is OFF) to
enter the time sub modes. In these sub modes, you can set the ALARM, TIME 1, TIME 2,
and display FORMAT. Press S1/S3 to scroll through these sub modes.
Alarm setting:
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Select ALARM by pressing S3
Select ALARM 1 to ALARM 5 by pressing S1 or S5 and then press S3 to enter.
Set the HOUR. Press S1/S5 to change values. Press S3 to enter
Set the MINUTE. Press S1/S5 to change values. Press S3 to enter
Set the alarm time referred to TIME 1 or TIME 2. Press S1/S5 to change values. Press
S3 to enter
• Set the alarm ON or OFF. Press S1/S5 to change values. Press S3 to enter
TIME 1 setting:
You have two options in setting the watch, AUTO or MANUAL. In manual setting, you can
manually set the time. If you select the AUTO option, the watch will be automatically set
base on the data and time data from GPS satellites.
• Select TIME 1 by pressing S3
• Select AUTO or MANUAL setting by pressing S1 or S5 and then press S3 to enter.
While in view 5, press S5 to scroll through alarm 1 to Alarm 5. To turn ON or OFF the
selected alarm, press S3.
AUTO setting:
o Select TIME ZONE by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter. There are 106 cities
to select in this time zone setting.
o Select DST ON or OFF by pressing S1/5 and then press S3 to enter.
o The watch will display the CONFIRM screen and then go back to view 1 of Time 1
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MANUAL setting:
Set the HOUR by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter.
Set the Minute by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter.
Set the SECOND by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter.
Set the YEAR by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter..
Set the MONTH by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter.
Set the DATE by pressing S1/S5 and then press S3 to enter.
The watch will display the CONFIRM screen and then go back to view 1 of Time 1
TIME 2 setting:
TIME sub modes:
You have two options in setting the watch, AUTO or MANUAL. In manual setting, you can
manually set the time. If you select the AUTO option, the watch will be automatically set
base on the data and time data from GPS satellites.
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The procedure in setting time 2 is the same with time 1 setting.
Display FORMAT setting:
You can select 12H or 24H format. Press S3 to enter setting mode. Press S1 or S5 to select
12H or 24H format. Press S3 to confirm and exit.
EXERCISE MODES
The watch has the following major exercise modes: RUN mode, and WAYPOINT mode. You
can also use the GO BACK and GO TO function of the RUN DATA mode. After setting the
watch and wearing your HRM belt (optional) the user can now start doing the various
exercise modes.
View 2
View 3
View 4
View 5
View 6
View 7
View 8
View 9
View 10
View 11
View 12
View 13
View 14
Exercise Time/ Distance
HR/ %Max HR/ Speed
PACE/ Calorie
Exercise time/ Distance/ HR
Exercise time/ Distance/ Clock
Exercise time/ Distance / Speed
Exercise time/ Distance/ Pace
Exercise time/ Distance/ Calorie
Exercise time/ HR/ %Max HR/ Calorie
Exercise time/ Distance/ Speed/ Calorie
Exercise time/ Distance/ Pace/ Calorie
Exercise time/ HR/ %Max/ Calorie/ In Zone
Track map with Speed/ Distance/ Exercise
Time
GPS ON/ Without HRM :
The views will follow the views above because every time you will push S11 to change
views, the watch will start to search for HRM signal. But if there is no HR signal after 2
minutes, the watch will display Exercise Time, Distance, and Speed.
RUN mode:
Press S1 or S7 from Time mode to enter RUN mode. The watch will display the following in
succession:
RUN
RUN/ GPS/ INDOOR
of RUN mode
BATTERY level
DATA TRACK MEMORY
view 1
The power level is displayed with an increment of 10%, from 10% to 100%. In Memory
display, the watch will display the remaining hours available in Track memory. Total
capacity is 60 Hours. Interval memory time per file is 0.5 hours.
If the power level of the battery is low, the GPS cannot be turned on. The watch will display
BATT.LOW after the screen RUN GPS INDOOR (GPS OFF).
Different views in RUN mode/ GPS ON:
GPS OFF with HRM:
View 1
View 2
View 3
View 4
View 5
HRM/ % Max/ Exercise Time
Exercise Time/ HRM/ % Max
HR/ %Max HR/ Calorie/ In Zone
HR/ %Max HR/ Calorie/ Clock
Exercise Time/ HRM/ % Max HRM/ calorie/ In Zone
Following are the various views that user can choose by pressing S11 in RUN mode.
GPS OFF/ Without HRM
GPS ON/ With HRM (14 Views):
View 1
Exercise time/ HR / Speed
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If you press S11 to change views, the watch start searching for HR signal and display views
with HR. After 2 minutes without HR signal, it will automatically change to Chronograph view
w/out HR.
RUN Sub-modes:
While in RUN, GOTO waypoint, GO BACK, and GOTO modes, press S3 (if EL is ON) or
double press S3 (if EL is OFF) to enter the sub modes. Press S1/S5 to scroll through the
various sub-modes. Press S7 to go back Main Screens of RUN, GOTO Waypoint, GO BACK
and GOTO. The following are the views of sub-modes:
When you enter Run mode and the GPS signal is not yet received, the watch will display
LOCATING SATELITE.
While in Run mode, then the GPS signal suddenly becomes weak for any reason, the
watch will display LOST GPS RECEPTION until it receives GPS signal again.
In Run mode without HRM, calorie is calculated when speed is less than 25Km/hour.
Performance specs:
- Maximum of 60 hours track record can be saved in memory.
- Total of 25,000 track points. Track point sampling time is 5 sec.
- If track record is full, the oldest data will be overwritten.
- Maximum of 50 data files for Run mode
- Maximum of 300 laps for each data files
- Speed range: 0- 199.9 km/h (mph)
- Distance range: 0- 9,999.99 Km (Mile)
- Heart rate range: 30- 240 BPM
- Chrono range: 00:00”00 – 99:59’59”
- Calorie range: 0 – 99,999 Kcal
AUTOLAP
NIGHT
ALERT
GOBACK
START/STOP
SCALE
SAVE
DELETE
EXIT
If no key operation, after 1 minute, the watch will automatically exit to previous main view.
AUTOLAP sub mode:
You can use auto lap to automatically take the lap at specific traveled distance. This setting is
helpful for comparing your performance over different part of the RUN.
To set the Auto lap:
1. Press S3 to set the Auto lap.
2. Press S1/S5 to select the various settings. Following are the auto lap preset range: OFF,
0.5 Km, 1 Km, 2 Km, 3 Km, 4 km and 5 Km. Default value is 1.0 KM.
3. Press S5 to save the selection and exit.
NIGHT sub mode:
Press S3 to enter Night sub mode. Press S1/S5 to Select Night ON or OFF. When you select
ON, pressing any button will activate the EL backlight for 5-6 seconds from 6 pm to 7 am.
When you select OFF, Press S5 will turn on the EL backlight. Other buttons will have no light
function. Default value is ON.
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ALERT Sub mode:
WAYPOINT mode
Press S5 to enter ALERT function. When alert is set to ON, there will be a beep sound during
taking auto lap. When it is set to OFF, there is no beep sound. Default is ON.
GO BACK Sub mode:
Press S3 to enter GO BACK function. The current exercise will be save first then 3 seconds
auto, the chronograph will start and you will start going back to the starting point of the
exercise.
Press S7 from Run Data mode to enter Waypoint mode. In Waypoints mode, Press S3 to
choose your saved waypoint. Press S1 / S5 to select or view various waypoints in memory.
The “DELETE” selection will display after the last waypoint. Press S3 to delete all Waypoints.
The watch will ask for your confirmation, YES or NO. Press S1/S5 to choose, Press S3 to
CONFIRM.
START/STOP Sub mode:
Going to your saved WAYPOINT
Press S5 to stop the chronograph.
SCALE sub mode:
Press S3 to select the scale range. Scale range is selectable by pressing S1 or S5. Press S7
to exit without saving. Press S3 to save the selection and exit. The default scale is AUTO
scale. The available selections are: AUTO, 50 m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1.6KM, 3.2Km,
and 6.4Km.
At Waypoint Mode, Press S1 / S5 to select a desired Waypoint. Press S3 to choose a
waypoint. After pressing S3 you will be prompted with GOTO / EDIT / DELETE options.
Press S1 / S5 to scroll thru these options. Press S3 to confirm. If there is no GPS signal, the
user cannot use the GOTO waypoint function.
Choose GOTO to start your exercise. You will be going from your current location to the
coordinates of the selected Waypoint.
SAVE sub mode:
Choose EDIT to change the name of the saved Waypoint.
Press S5 to save the current Run exercise. The watch will go back to reset view after saving
and ready for the next exercise.
Choose DELETE to delete the selected Waypoint.
GOTO function:
DELETE sub mode:
Press S5 to delete current Run exercise. The watch will go back to reset view after saving
and ready for the next exercise.
1.
EXIT sub mode:
2.
Press S3 to exit sub mode.
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4.
Press S3 to confirm start after selecting the GOTO function. Chronograph will start
running. 2 seconds later, the watch will the remaining distance to your destination and
the chronograph time. 3 seconds later, the watch will display the electronic map of your
current location and destination.
Press S11 to change views. The views when you press S11 are the same views in RUN
modes except for View 1 and View 2
Upon selecting your view, you have started your exercise. Press S1 to take Lap, When
Auto lap is ON, the watch will automatically take lap. . You will also hear 2 seconds
beep sound.
Press S5 to stop. While chronograph is stopped, press S5 to save data. When memory
is full, the data will have “First In, First out”.
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At the lower right side of the screen, there is an icon to signify you are in GOTO function, or
you have exceeded or going away from your destination.
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If there is no GPS signal, or the Run is running, you cannot use the GOTO function.
Press S1/S5 to scroll thru the list.
Press S3 to enter the selected data file. Press S7 to exit.
Press S1/S5 to view the details of the data file. Following are the details available:
• Start/ End Time
• Speed Data (Exercise time/ Distance/ Ave Speed/PACE/ HR)
• HR Data (Exercise time/Ave HR/ Max HR)
• Track map – If the saved data has Track + Data- this will be shown. If Data Only file,
this map will
not be shown.
• Lap 1 Time/ Distance/ ave speed / ave HR
• Lap 2 Time/ Distance/ ave speed / ave HR
• Lap 3… ETC…
Press S7 to exit
If there is no key operation within 20 minutes in this mode, the watch will auto exit to Time
mode.
When you arrived at your destination, the watch will display ‘ARRIVED DEST”.
Data numbering system/ Legend:
Following is the data numbering system.
Saving your WAYPOINT
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2.
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4.
Press and hold S11 for 2-3 seconds from any view then release. The watch will display
the locations’ coordinates (Latitude, longitude, and Altitude). 3 seconds later it will
prompt the user to save the location. The default name of the saved waypoint is the
date of Time 1. The format is MMDDXXX. The first 2 digits are for the month, the
second 2 for the day, and XXX is for the unique number for the day.
Press S1/S5 to edit individual digits. You can edit the location name up to 7 digits.
Press S3 to set the next digit.
Press S7 to exit setting mode. If there is no key operation for 5 seconds, the watch will
auto exit to previous view. After saving the location name, it will be saved in the
Waypoints list. Maximum of 200 locations can be saved in memory.
When the user is saving the waypoint and the watch is not receiving the GPS signal, it will
display “GPS NOT AVAILABLE”.
RUN DATA MODE
Press S7 from Run mode to enter Run DATA mode. The watch will display the Data list view.
In this view you can see how many files are saved in RUN data. The watch will show the list
of data files with newest on the top of the list.
Sample data number: 0704102 G
07
04
1
02
G
- Month
- Day
- Data is referred to Time 1 or 2 for Time 2
- File number of the day
- Data with track (if replaced with H- data w/out track)
Data mode Sub modes
Press S3 from any view in Data mode to enter the sub modes. Following are the sub modes:
GO BACK
GOTO
VIEW
EDIT
DELETE
EXIT
Press S1/S5 to scroll thru these sub modes.
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When you arrived at your destination, the watch will display ‘ARRIVED DEST”.
GO BACK sub mode
GO BACK function means going from current location to the first point of the selected data
track. User cannot use this function if GPS is OFF.
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2.
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Select the GO BACK sub mode and Press S3 to start. Chronograph will start and 2
seconds later, the watch will display view 1 with the remaining distance to the
destination and the chronograph time.
Press S11 to change view to track map (View 2). Press S11 to change view to view 3
with Speed, HRM, and Exercise time. Continue pressing S11 to change views. The
views are the same with RUN mode views except for views 1 and 2.
Press S1 to take Lap. When Auto lap is ON, the watch will automatically take laps
based on the settings.
Press S5 to stop. Press S1 to re-start.
While the chronograph is stopped, press S5 to save the current Track.
While Chronograph is running, you can change views by pressing S11. The views are
the same with RUN mode views except view 1 and 2.
At the upper right side of the screen or lower left side, there is an indicator whether you are
in GO BACK, GOTO mode, or you have exceeded or going away from your destination.
GOTO sub mode
The same procedure GO BACK sub mode except you are going from your current location to
the last point of the Track data.
VIEW sub mode:
Press S5 to enter view mode then Press S1/S5 to change views.
EDIT Sub mode:
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2.
3.
DELETE sub mode:
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3.
If there is no GPS signal, or the Run mode is running, you cannot use the GO BACK or
GOTO function.
When the Chronograph mode is running in the background and the user wants to use the
GO BACK function, the watch will display below to remind the user to stop the Chronograph
first before going to GO BACK function.
Press S3 to edit the name of the data file.
Press S1/S5 to change values of the highlighted digit.
Press S3 to set the next digit. Press S7 to exit setting mode.
Press S3 to enter delete sub mode. The watch will display the data list. In this view, the
oldest file is on the top of the list. At the bottom of the list is the DEL ALL option.
Press S1/S5 to select which file to delete.
Press S3 to confirm delete.
SET MODE
Press S7 from Waypoint mode to Set mode. 1.5 seconds later the watch will display the
setting options: USER/ AUTO LAP/ SET Time/ SYSTEM/ PROD. ID/ EXIT. Press S1/S5 to
scroll through these options. Press S3 to enter selected option to set. Press S7 to exit to
Time mode.
If there is no key operation after 1 minute in this mode, the watch will auto exit to Time mode.
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SET TIME:
The procedure in setting the time is the same in time setting in TIME mode except the last
step is going back to SET TIME sub menu instead of going back to TIME mode.
Setting the SYSTEM:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press S3 when System is highlighted. Parameters to set under System are: Contrast,
Key tone, and Night mode.
Press S1/S5 to toggle through these parameters.
Press S3 to enter selected parameter.
Press S1/S5 to change values.
Press S3 to confirm setting.
Press S7 to exit.
Contrast Range is 0 to 100%.
Setting the User’s information:
Press S5 when the USER option is highlighted. The sequence of setting is as follows: Units
Gender
Age
Weight
Height
HR Zone 1/2/3
Lower Limit
Higher Limit
Zone Alarm ON/OFF. Press S1 to increase adjust. Press S3 to decrease adjust. Press S5 to
set next parameter. Press S7 to exit.
Heart rate range: 30 to 240 BPM
Weigh range : 20 to 255 Kg ( 44 to 561 Lbs) default is 65 Kg (143 Lbs)
Height range: 91-241 cm(2’11”-7’10” ft’ inch”) default is 170 cm
Age Range: 7 to 99 Default is 25
Sex/ Gender : Male or Female, default is Male
Units: KM/M/KG or MI/FT/LBS
Max HR = 220- Age
Low Limit setting range = 30 BPM to High limit value
High Limit setting range = Low Limit Value to 240 BPM
Key tone: You can set the key tone ON or OFF. If key tone is on, there is confirmation sound
every time you press a button.
When NIGHT is ON, pressing any key can turn ON EL for 5-6 seconds from 6 pm to 7 am.
When Night is OFF, press S5 will turn on the EL back light. Other buttons will have no light
function.
Viewing PRODUCT ID:
Press S3 when PROD. ID is highlighted to View the current Software code of the watch.
Press S7 to exit.
EXIT :
Press S3 to exit to Time mode. Nothing to set here.
Battery:
HR Zone Table:
Setting the Auto Lap:
1.
2.
3.
Press S3 to set the Auto lap.
Press S1/S5 to select the various settings. Following are the auto lap preset range: OFF,
0.5 Km, 1 Km, 2 Km, 3 Km, and 5 Km. Default value is 1.0 KM.
Press S3 to save the selection and exit.
Watch is using a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery that will require approximately 4 hours
charging time using the USB cable. While battery is charging, the watch cannot be used and
all buttons are disabled. User needs to recharge the battery when the watch indicates a low
battery level.
Battery Life: Approximately 8 to 10 hours in training mode.
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GPS watch troubleshooting guide:
PROBLEM/ QUESTION
How to turn off the GPS
I cannot get a GPS signal
Can I reset the watch?
Will my data and personal
settings be lost after watch
reset?
The battery indicator does
not seem to be accurate
My heart rate data seems
inaccurate.
SOLUTION/ ANSWER
Press and hold S9 for 5-6 seconds from any view to turn
OFF the GPS.
Take your GPS watch outdoors and away from tress and
tall buildings. Remain stationary and try acquiring GPS
signal again. Be sure that the antenna is pointing towards
the sky for better signal reception.
You can reset the watch by pressing S1, S5, S7, and S11
together. The date and time will be reset to default
values. You can set it again manually or automatically thru
GPS.
Your data and personal settings are saved in the flash
memory and will not be lost after watch reset.
Allow your GPS watch to fully discharge and then fully
charge it without interruption. It is recommended to
regularly re-charge your battery every 1-2 months even if
it is not used to maintain good battery condition.
- Make sure the HR belt is snugly fit to your body
- Reapply water, saliva, or electrode gel to the electrode
of the HR belt
- Clean the electrodes from possible contamination that
may interfere with heart rate signals
- Wear a cotton shirt or if possible, wet your cotton shirt.
Synthetic fabrics that rubs with your skin may create
static electricity and interfere with the heart rate signal
- Move away from strong electromagnetic fields and other
wireless sensors which can interfere with your heart rate
sensor. Possible sources of wireless interference may
include high voltage power lines, electric motors,
microwave ovens, cordless phones, and wireless LAN
or access points.
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City code Table:
Following is the list of city codes used in
view 3 of Time mode and the corresponding
differential time with respect to GMT:
GMT
Differential
CITY
CODE
GMT
Differential
CITY
-5
-11
-10
-9
-8
-5
GMT
Differential
CITY
CODE
CITY
DTW
DETROIT
AMS
AMSTERDAM
BOS
BOSTON
VIE
VIENNA
PTY
PANAMA CITY
ALG
ALGIERS
HAV
HAVANA
STO
STOCKHOLM
HAM
HAMBURG
+1
GMT
Differential
+6
+6.5
+7
CITY
CODE
CITY
DAC
DHAKA
CMB
COLOMBO
RGN
YANGON
BKK
BANGKOK
JKT
JAKARTA
PAGO PAGO
ATL
ATLANTA
HNL
HONOLULU
YYZ
TORONTO
ZRH
ZURICH
PNH
PHNOM PENH
PPT
PAPEETE
WAS
IST
ISTANBUL
HAN
HANOI
ANC
ANCHORAGE
US-E
WASHINGTON
Eastern Standard
time
CAI
CAIRO
SIN
SINGAPORE
YVR
VANCOUVER
CCS
CARACAS
JRS
JERUSALEM
HKG
HONG KONG
ATH
ATHENS
KUL
KUALA LUMPUR
HELSINKI
TPE
TAIPEI
SFO
SAN FRANCISCO
LAX
LAS
US-P
-6
CITY
PPG
SEA
-7
CITY
CODE
-4
+2
+7
LPB
LA PAZ
LOS ANGELES
SCL
SANTIAGO
HEL
LAS VEGAS
RIO
RIO DE JANEIRO
DAM
DAMASCUS
PER
PERTH
GRU
SAO PAULO
CPT
CAPE TOWN
PEK
BEIJING
BUE
BUENOS AIRES
JED
JEDDAH
MNL
MANILA
MOW
MOSCOW
SHA
SHANGHAI
KWI
KUWAIT
SEL
SEOUL
ADD
ADDIS ABABA
TYO
TOKYO
ADL
ADELAIDE
DRW
DARWIN
GUM
GUAM
SYD
SYDNEY
MEL
MELBOURNE
NOU
NOUMEA
WLG
WELLINGTON
CHC
CHRISTCHURCH
SEATTLE
Pacific standard
Time
-3
DEN
DENVER
BSB
BRASILIA
ELP
MVD
MONTEVIDEO
US-M
EL PASO
Mountain Standard
time
LON
LONDON
MEX
MEXICO CITY
CHI
CHICAGO
HOU
DFW
HOUSTON
DALLAS/ FORT
WORTH
MSY
NEW ORLEANS
YWG
US-C
WINNIPEG
Central Standard
Time
MIA
MIAMI
NYC
NEW YORK
YUL
MONTREAL
DUBLIN
NBO
NAIROBI
LIS
LISBON
THR
TEHRAN
CAS
CASABLANCA
SYZ
SHIRAZ
DAKAR
DXB
DUBAI
AUH
ABU DHABI
DUB
0
DKR
ABJ
PAR
+1
+3
ABIDJAN
+3.5
+4
PARIS
+4.5
MCT
MUSCAT
KBL
KABUL
KHI
KARACHI
+8
+9
+9.5
+10
+11
MIL
MILAN
ROM
ROME
BER
BERLIN
MLE
MALE
NAN
NADI
MAD
MADRID
DEL
DELHI
AKL
AUCKLAND
FRA
FRANKFURT
BOM
MUMBAI
+5
+5.5
+12
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and the software will prompt you to check the cable. Repeat the downloading after
checking the cable.
MIO GPS System PC software
Ref version: 1.0.9
Your GPS watch comes with PC software. This software is compatible with the following
operating system:
•
•
•
•
•
Windows 7
Windows XP SP 1, 2, 3
Windows Vista SP 1, 2
Windows 2000 SP 4
Windows 98
6)
After downloading the data, the software will prompt you to delete all data in the
GPS watch. Default option is NO. WARNING! If you select yes, all data in the watch
will be deleted.
7)
Click on any of the tabs to open up the desired window. A new window will open
with the various tabs. Following are the tabs on the upper left side of the screen.
You can use the software to view and analyze your data.
A) Software installation:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Install the GPS NE PRO PC software to your computer. The installer is bundled in
the box with your GPS watch.
Follow the installation guide of the software. This is just a simple installation
procedure. You will be prompt on what drive you want to install the software. Default
location is Program files\GPS NE PRO. You may change the location if you wish.
Click FINISH to complete the installation.
You may need to re-start your PC after installation.
GPS NE PRO icon will be placed in your desktop after installation.
B) How to use the software:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Run the software by double clicking the icon on your desktop.
Clip the USB cable to your watch. This is the same cable used to charge the battery
of the GPS watch. Make sure the four pins of the clip have a good connection to the
four electrical contacts at the back of the watch.
Connect the USB cable to the USB port of your PC. The first time you do this, the
PC will automatically install the drivers for the device.
The Software will prompt you to download the data. If not, Press the Download tab.
The Download screen will appear.
7.1. DATA tab: You can view on this tab the following information. Just click on the
file name listed on the left side of the screen.
7.1.1) Date
7.1.2) Start Time
7.1.3) Duration
7.1.4) Run name
7.1.5) Distance
7.1.6) Average Speed
7.1.7) Average Pace
7.1.8) Average HR
7.1.9) In Zone Time
7.1.10) Calories
7.1.11) Graphical presentation of data
7.1.12) Tabulated presentation of data
Click on the Download Data tab. Data will be automatically downloaded to your PC.
If there no proper contact between the USB clip and the watch, an error may occur
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7.2. ROUTE Tab: In this tab you can view the route of your exercise if you perform
the exercise with GPS ON. If GPS is OFF, the route or map will not be shown.
You can choose 3 options in the map screen, MAP, SATELLITE, and EARTH.
You can click on these tabs in the upper right side of the screen.
unit of the PC software is Miles. If you download a data from GPS watch with
KM units, the data will be downloaded with KM units. You have to change the
unit to KM and save it before exiting the PC software. Otherwise the unit will be
automatically converted to Miles.
7.3. LAPS tab: You can view the following file information plus the LAP details in
this tab. Just click on the file name listed on the left side of the screen.
7.3.1) Date
7.3.2) Start Time
7.3.3) Duration
7.3.4) RUN name
7.3.5) Distance
7.3.6) Average Speed
7.3.7) Average Pace
7.3.8) Average HR
7.3.9) In Zone Time
7.3.10) Calories
7.7. Download Tab: click this tab after connecting your GPS watch to download the
data.
7.8. MapMyRun Tab: Third party application. You are required to register to enjoy
their services. Internet explorer will be opened when you click this tab.
7.9. HELP Tab: Click this tab to open the internet Help website.
7.10. RECOVER Tab: Use this tab to recover a previously saved data using the
BACKUP tab.
7.11. BACKUP Tab: Use this tab to back up your data and save it in your PC.
7.12. DELETE Tab: use to delete a selected Run data file. You will be asked to
confirm the delete operation.
7.13. DELETE ALL tab: Use to delete all Run data files. Be careful not to
accidentally delete all your files. You will be asked to confirm the delete
operation.
7.14. EXIT tab: Use to exit the PC software.
7.4. SUMMARY tab: You can view your data in graphical presentation. You can
select Weekly or Month data summary.
8)
Sample screenshot of Google earth with data track.
7.5. WAYPOINT Tab: Your saved waypoints will be displayed on this tab through
the Google map. Waypoints are listed on the left side of the screen with the
WAYPOINT name, Latitude, Longitude.
7.6. SETTING Tab: You can change the setting of your watch through this tab. After
changing the settings, click on the save settings tab and Synchronize with your
computer tab on the lower left side of the screen. Please note that the default
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9)
Sample screenshot of DATA tab:
I receive an error prompt:
“Check the connection of the
USB plug”
The USB connector was not properly connected to your
watch. Please check for any contamination between the
contact pins of the plug and the contacts at the back of
the watch. Clean with pins and the contacts with dry cloth
and try again.
NOTE:
The colors in the screen shots may vary depending on the software version.
C)
PC Software troubleshooting guide:
PROBLEM/ QUESTION
SOLUTION/ ANSWER
This software is compatible with the following windows
Is this software compatible
operating system:
with my windows operating
• Windows 7
system?
• Windows XP SP 1, 2, 3
• Windows Vista SP 1, 2
• Windows 2000 SP 4
• Windows 98
I receive an error prompt:
That message will appear when there are too many data
"A script on this page is
for Google map to handle. The number of data varies
causing Internet Explorer to
with internet speed.
run slowly. If it continues to
run, your computer might
become unresponsive."
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