Star Trac FITNESS S-TRC, FITNESS S-TRX, FITNESS S-TR User Manual

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Star Trac™ S Series

S-TR Treadmill

S-TRx Treadmill

S-TRc Treadmill

O W N E R S M A N U A L

STAR TRAC

14410 Myford Road

Irvine, California 92606

Telephone: (800) 228-6635, (714) 669-1660

Fax: (714) 508-3303 http://www.startrac.com email: support@startrac.com

July 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................

4

ABOUT THIS MANUAL......................................................................................................................................

4

Safety Instructions...............................................................................................................................................

5

ABOUT THIS MANUAL......................................................................................................................................

4

Assembly and Setup............................................................................................................................................

14

UNPACKING .......................................................................................................................................................

14

TOOLS REQUIRED.............................................................................................................................................

14

ASSEMBLY ..........................................................................................................................................................

14

Operating Instructions ........................................................................................................................................

18

DISPLAY PANEL FEATURES ...........................................................................................................................

18

HINTS AND TIPS FOR GETTING STARTED ..................................................................................................

20

COOLDOWN CYCLE ..........................................................................................................................................

20

USING THE PERSONAL FAN ...........................................................................................................................

20

HEART RATE MONITORING............................................................................................................................

20

LOCKOUT ID PROCESSING .............................................................................................................................

21

QUICK START.....................................................................................................................................................

21

PRESET PROGRAMS .........................................................................................................................................

22

ADVANCED WORKOUTS PROGRAMS............................................................................................................

25

Training Information............................................................................................................................................

32

THE FIRST STEP TO A BETTER LIFESTYLE ................................................................................................

32

GETTING STARTED - WALKERS AND RUNNERS ........................................................................................

32

CLIMBING THE CONDITIONING LADDER - SUGGESTED PROGRAMS...................................................

33

PROGRAM VARIATION ON THE S SERIES TREADMILL ............................................................................

34

TIPS TO STAY MOTIVATED .............................................................................................................................

35

Preventative Maintenance...................................................................................................................................

36

DAILY MAINTENANCE .....................................................................................................................................

36

WEEKLY MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................

36

BI-WEEKLY MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................................................

36

MONTHLY MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................................

36

ADJUSTMENTS ..................................................................................................................................................

37

REWAX BELT......................................................................................................................................................

37

Manager / Maintenance Mode.............................................................................................................................

39

MANAGER MODE...............................................................................................................................................

39

MAINTENANCE MODE .....................................................................................................................................

40

Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................................................

44

START-UP SERVICE MESSAGES.....................................................................................................................

44

Regulatory Information .......................................................................................................................................

45

FCC AND OTHER DOMESTIC / INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS...............................................................

45

INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS ..................................................................................................................

45

Copyright 2007. Star Trac by Unisen, Inc. All rights reserved, including those to reproduce this book or parts thereof in any form without first obtaining written permission from Star Trac.

Every effort has been made to keep this information current; however, periodically, changes are made to the information herein, and these changes will be incorporated into new editions of this publication. All product names and logos are trademarks of their respective owners. Printed in the USA.

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for choosing the STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILL. These Treadmills have been designed to provide the user the most rewarding experience based upon the carefully planned features it possesses. The design elements of these Treadmills will provide you with a comfortable, intuitive, safe and reliable experience, guiding you to a habit-forming lifestyle. Our mission is to provide products to mold lifelong habits for health and fitness, and our Treadmills will provide the path to meet your goals. Enjoy the ride.

ABOUT THIS MANUAL

This manual is applicable to the STAR TRAC S-TR, S-TRx and S-TRc TREADMILLS. The manual is divided into eight sections, as follows:

Introduction

Provides an overview of each section within the manual.

Safety Instructions

Provides guidelines, in multiple languages, for safely operating the Star Trac S Series Treadmills.

Assembly and Setup

Provides instructions for unpacking, assembling and setting up the Star Trac S Series Treadmills.

Operating Instructions

Provides a detailed description of the Display Panel, and includes step-by-step instructions for operating the Star Trac S Series Treadmills.

Preventative Maintenance

Describes the preventative maintenance measures required to keep the Star Trac S Series Treadmills in top condition.

Manager / Maintenance Mode

Provides step-by-step instructions for changing universal parameters on Star Trac S Series Treadmills, and for performing built-in testing procedures.

Troubleshooting

Describes the start-up and shutdown messages provided as a result of the self-test routine.

Regulatory Information

Provides regulatory information for the Star Trac S Series Treadmills.

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REGULATORY INFORMATION

FCC AND OTHER DOMESTIC / INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS

The STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILLS have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules. Under the FCC guidelines, operation is subject to the following two guidelines: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

The STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILLS generate and use radio frequency energy. If the products are not installed and used in accordance with the instructions provided in the owner’s manual, interference with radio communications may occur. Likewise, if unapproved accessories are installed, interference with radio communications may occur. The intent of the FCC Class A limit is to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference may not occur in a specific installation. In the event that interference is experienced, turn off the unit to verify that it is in fact the source. If the interference clears with the unit off, then try each of the following measures and combinations thereof:

Reorient or relocate the treadmill.

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna of your television, radio, and / or VCR recorder.

Connect the unit to a different power outlet.

Consult Star Trac Product Support, your authorized dealer, or a qualified radio / television technician for assistance. This product has been tested to meet the following standards:

UL 1647 (Safety for Motor operated Message and Exercise Machines).

CAN/CSA – E335-1/3E -94- Safety of household and Similar appliance

INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS

This product conforms to the requirements of the European Council directives:

89/336/ECC, Electromagnetic Compatibility

92/590/EEC, General Product Safety Directives

73/23/EEC, Electrical equipment Low Voltage Safety Directive

Under the Directive and in addition to Domestic standards, the product also has been tested to meet the following international standards:

EN 60355-1 Safety of the household and Similar Electrical appliance

EN957-1

Safety of Machinery

EN55022 Conducted and Radiated Emission Class A

EN55014-1 Disturbance power

EN55014-2 Immunity

EN60947-5-1 Positive opening mechanism :VDE approval (pending)

EN61000-3-2 Harmonics Current Emission

EN61000-3-3 Flicker and Voltage Fluctuation

EN61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity/ Conducted Immunity

EN61000-4-2 ESD

EN61000-4-4 EFT

EN61000-4-5 Surge

EN61000-4-11 Voltage Dip & Interruption

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TROUBLESHOOTING

STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILLS perform a self-test at the beginning of every workout. If a problem is detected, a message displays before or after the workout, depending on the nature of the problem. Star Trac recommends that you refer your questions about your STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILL operation and suspected malfunctions to Star Trac’s Service Hotline at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660.

START-UP SERVICE MESSAGES

The following messages are displayed at the beginning of a workout if the associated problem is detected during self-test.

NO STOP - This error generally occurs when the Stop Switch is not connected tightly to the circuit board of the Display Control Panel. It may also happen if the circuitry associated with the switch develops a fault. When you see NO STOP:

Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF; wait 2 seconds.

Set the ON/OFF switch to ON. Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed.

KEY DOWN - This error generally occurs when a key is held pressed while the ON/OFF switch is moved to ON. It may also happen if a key becomes stuck. When you see KEY DOWN:

Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF; wait 2 seconds.

Set the ON/OFF switch to ON. The treadmill should be operational again. Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed.

SPEED CHANGE: This error generally occur when the running belt speed sensor is disconnected, faulty, or misaligned relative to the revolutions-per-minute (RPM) sensor of the motor. It may also occur if the speed sensor cable is damaged, or if the Motor Control Board (MCB) is misadjusted or faulty. When you see SPEED CHANGE:

Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF; wait 2 seconds.

Set the ON/OFF switch to ON. Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed.

ELEVATION STALL, ELEVATION RANGE OR ELEVATION LOST: These errors generally occur when the elevation (incline) potentiometer is faulty or out of limits, or the elevation motor is disconnected or receiving low power. They may also occur if the Motor Control Board (MCB) is faulty or the motor gears are stripped. They are usually accompanied by failure of the treadmill to rise from an elevation other than maximum (or descend from an elevation other than minimum), with attendant beep indication, when (or ) is pressed. When you see ELEVATION STALL, ELEVATION RANGE OR ELEVATION LOST:

Notify Star Trac for diagnosis and disposition.

CHECK MOTOR SYSTEM: TBD

CHECK SPEED SYSTEM: TBD

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

This chapter includes fitness safeguards and precautions for the installation and use of the Star Trac S Series Treadmills. Please read this chapter carefully before installing or using your equipment.

Safety instructions are provided in the following languages (in the order shown):

English

Dutch

French

German

Italian

Portuguese

Spanish

Swedish

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Do not operate your treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if the display shows an error code. Call your dealer or Star Trac at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660 for service.

PRECAUTIONS

CAUTION: READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THIS TREADMILL.

CAUTION: BEFORE CLEANING OR

SERVICING, DISCONNECT POWER

SUPPLY.

ON

I

O

OFF

STOP (OF ACTION)

ON

OFF

CAUTION: MOVING PARTS, KEEP HANDS

AND FEET FROM UNDER THE

TREADMILL WHEN OPERATING.

These safety notes are directed to you as the owner of the STAR TRAC S SERIES TREADMILL. Please train all your users and fitness staff to follow these safety instructions.

Do

Do encourage your members to discuss their health program or fitness regimen with a health care professional, especially if they have not exercised for several years, are over 35, or have known health conditions.

Do read all instructions in this manual before using your treadmill.

Do use your treadmill only for its intended use, as described in this manual.

Do check to ensure the belt is not moving prior to using the treadmill.

Do keep the belt surface clean and dry.

Do stop operating your treadmill if you feel dizzy, faint or exhausted.

Do exercise slowly until you reach a level of comfort and security.

Do be aware of the location and proper use of the emergency STOP key.

Do perform regular preventive maintenance as suggested in the manual.

Do keep the electrical cord away from sources of excessive heat.

Do keep the treadmill air openings free of lint, hair, etc.

Do unplug your treadmill before doing any maintenance or cleaning.

Do warm up and cool down before and after each workout.

Do set your goals.

Do complement your walking, jogging, and running with a nutritious diet.

Do try charting your progress using the feedback from your treadmill.

Do try using the incline feature to burn more calories and strengthen your lower-body muscles.

Do Not

Do not let children operate your treadmill. Supervise invalids or disabled persons who use your treadmill.

Do not leave your treadmill unattended when it is plugged in. Unplug it from the outlet when it is not in use, and before you remove or replace any parts or accessories.

Do not use your treadmill without athletic shoes.

Do not wear loose or hanging clothing while using the treadmill.

Do not step or jump on or off your treadmill if the belt is moving.

Do not use or store your treadmill outdoors or in an enclosed pool environment.

Do not ever drop or insert any object, hands, or feet into any opening, or underneath this equipment.

Do not place water bottles or cups on your treadmill unless you are using the designed holders for the treadmill. Do not use your treadmill where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.

Do not use attachments or parts not recommended by the manufacturer.

Do not run the equipment with the motor shroud removed, or modify the equipment in any way.

Do not overtighten the running belt.

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Lowest

Highest

Default

 

Item

Value

Value

Value

Meaning

 

 

 

 

 

FIT

0

9999

0

Fitness Test Program Counter. Number of times the Fitness Test program

 

 

 

 

was run since last reset.

FIR

0

9999

0

Firefighter Test Program Counter. Number of times Firefighter Test program

 

 

 

 

was run since last reset.

CAL

0

9999

0

Calories Workout Program Counter. Number of times the Calories Workout

 

 

 

 

program was run since last reset.

5KL

0

9999

0

5K Loop Program Counter. Number of times 5K Loop program was run since

 

 

 

 

last reset.

10K

0

9999

0

10K Loop Program Counter. Number of times 10K Loop program was run

 

 

 

 

since last reset.

CST

0

9999

0

Custom Distance Program Counter. Number of times Custom Distance

 

 

 

 

program was run since last reset.

DSP

N/A

N/A

N/A

Display Test. Access to integral Display Test function (for use by authorized

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Technician).

KPT

N/A

N/A

N/A

Keypad Test. Access to integral Keypad Test function (for use by authorized

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Technician).

MTT

N/A

N/A

N/A

Motor Test. Access to integral Motor Test function (for use by authorized

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Technician).

BRN

N/A

N/A

N/A

Burn Mode. Access to integral Burn Mode function (for use by authorized

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Technician).

HRT

N/A

N/A

N/A

Heart Rate Test. Access to integral Heart Rate Test function (for use by

 

 

 

 

authorized Maintenance Technician).

LEL

 

 

 

Last Error List. A log of the last five errors.

 

 

 

 

 

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Lowest

Highest

Default

 

Item

Value

Value

Value

Meaning

 

 

 

 

 

KYD

0

255

0

Key Down Counter. Number of times key other than 5 or 8 was down on

 

 

 

 

power-up since last reset.

SPC

0

255

0

Speed Change Counter. Number of times speed changed suddenly more than 2

 

 

 

 

mph (UNITS=English) or 2 km/hr (UNITS=Metric) since last reset.

ELS

0

255

0

Elevation Stall Counter. Number of times elevation failed to change (stalled)

 

 

 

 

since last reset.

ELR

0

255

0

Elevation Range Counter. Number of times elevation was out of range (not

 

 

 

 

between 0% and 15%) at power-up since last reset.

ELL

0

255

0

Elevation Lost Counter. After pressing START and reaching 0% reset, the

 

 

 

 

number of times elevation went beyond 0% to 15%, since last reset.

CMS

0

255

0

Check Motor System Counter. Number of times motor current measured 0

 

 

 

 

when commanded to move.

CSS

0

255

0

Check Speed System Counter. Number of times speed sensor feedback went to

 

 

 

 

0 while motor was commanded to move.

ELZ

172

242

172

Elevation Zero. Representation of voltage to elevation motor to obtain 0%

 

 

 

 

elevation. Multiply ELEV ZERO by 0.019608 to get actual voltage.

ELM

25

170

25

Elevation Max. Representation of voltage to elevation motor to obtain 15%

 

 

 

 

(maximum) elevation (incline). Multiply ELEV MAX by 0.019608 to get actual

 

 

 

 

voltage.

DCK

0

65,535

0

Last Deck. Number of miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric) since

 

 

 

 

the running deck was last serviced or replaced.

BLT

0

65,535

0

Last Belt. Number of miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric) since

 

 

 

 

the running belt was last replaced.

MTR

0

65,535

0

Last Motor. Number of miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric) since

 

 

 

 

the motor brushes were last serviced or replaced.

MDL

1

3

N/A

Model Number.

 

 

 

 

1 – S-TRc

 

 

 

 

2 – S-TRx

 

 

 

 

3 – S-TR

QKS

0

9999

0

Quick Start Program Counter. Number of times the Quick Start program was

 

 

 

 

run since last reset.

MNL

0

9999

0

Manual Program Counter. Number of times the Manual program was run

 

 

 

 

since last reset.

BRN

0

9999

0

Burn Calories Program Counter. Number of times the Burn Calories program

 

 

 

 

was run since last reset.

INC

0

9999

0

Increase Endurance Program Counter. Number of times the Increase

 

 

 

 

Endurance program was run since last reset.

CHR

0

9999

0

Constant Heart Rate Control Program Counter. Number of times the

 

 

 

 

Constant Heart Rate program was run since last reset.

DHR

0

9999

0

Dynamic Heart Rate Control Program Counter. Number of times the Dynamic

 

 

 

 

Heart Rate program was run since last reset.

BNF

0

9999

0

Burn Fat Program Counter. Number of times the Burn Fat program was run

 

 

 

 

since last reset.

 

 

 

 

 

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VEILIGHEIDSINSTRUCTIES

VOORZICHTIG: NEEM DE STEKKER UIT

 

 

HET STOPCONTACT VOOR HET RENIGEN

 

STOPPEN (VAN ACTIE)

OF ONDERHOULD.

 

 

VOORZICHTIG: LEES HET

 

AAN

ON

I

INSTRUCTIEHANDBOEK VOORDAT U DE

 

UIT

O

MACHINE BEDIENT.

OFF

 

 

 

VOORZICHTIG: BEWEGENDE

 

 

ONDERDELEN, HOUD EN VOETEN ONDER

 

 

DE LOPENDE BAND VANDAAN.

 

 

WAARSCHUWING

Dit prodkt is voor gebruik op een circuit met een nominale waarde van 220 volt en is in de fabriek uitgerust met een speciaal elektrisch snoer en stekker om verbinding met een passend elektrisch circuit toe te staan. Zorg ervoor dat dit produkt verbonden is met een stopcontact dat dezelfde configuratie heeft als de stekker. GEBRUIK GEEN ADAPTER BIJ DIT PRODUKT. Als het produkt opnieuw verbonden moet worden met een ander type van elektrisch circuit, dan moet deze verbinding gemaakt worden door gekwalificeerd onderhoudspersoneel.

Deze veiligheidsinstructies zijn aan u gericht als de eigenaar van de STAR TRAC S REEKS-HARDLOOPBAND. Train uw leden en fitness-personeel om deze veiligheidsinstructies te volgen.

LEES ALLE INSTRUCTIES VOORDAT U DE HARDLOOPBAND GEBRUIKT.

WAARSCHUWING: Om het resico van een elektrische schok te verminderen, dient u de stekker van de hardloopband ALTIJD uit het stopcontact te nemen voordat u hem schoonmaakt.

Doe Dit Wel

Stop de bediening van de hardloopband als u zich duizelig voelt of het gevoel heeft dat u flauwvalt.

Weet hoe ver u kunt gaan.

Zorg ervoor dat het oppervlak van de band schoon en droog blijft.

Neem de stekker uit het stopcontact voordat u de band reinigt of welk onderdeel dan ook verwijdert of vervangt. Gebruik dit product alleen voor het doeleinde vaarvoor het bestemd is.

Zorg ervoor dat u weet waar de noodstop zit en hoe deze werkt.

Verricht regelmatig preventief onderhoud.

Houd het snoer bij verwarmingssystemen vandaan.

Wacht totdat de lopende band stil staat voordat u van de hardloopband stapt.

Houd luchtopeningen vrij van pluizen, haar etc. Bedien de hardloopband nooit met beblokkeerde luchtopeningen.

Schakel de stroom uit bij de contactschakelaar.

Doe Dit Neit

Laat kinderen niet zonder toezicht de hardloopband bedienen.

Ga de band niet op af terwijl deze loopt.

Niet buiten gebruiken.

Draag geen loszittende kleding als u de lopende band bedient.

Draai de lopende band niet te strak aan.

Bedien de hardloopband niet als deze een beschadigd snoer of stekker heeft, als hij niet goed werkt of als hij gevallen of beschadigd is. Neem contact op met uw geautoriseerde STAR TRAC detailhandelaar of de onderhoudsafdeling van STAR TRAC op +1 (714) 6691660 of bezoek onze website op http://www.startrac.com voor een onmiddellijke inspectie of reparatie.

Gebruid de hardloopband niet zonder gymschoenen. Laat nooit objecten in het apparaat vallen en steek geen objecten, handen of voeten in welke opening van het apparaat dan ook of onder het apparaat.

Plaats geen waterflessen of bekers op uw hardloopband tenzij u een houder heeft die speciaal ontworpen is voor hardloopbanden. Gebruik uw hardloopband niet in een omgeving waar spuitbussen worden gebruikt of waar zuurstof wordt toegediend.

Bedien het aparaat niet zonder de motorafscherming of pas het apparaat op geen enkele wijze aan.

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MESURES DE PRECAUTION

ATTENTION: LISEZ SOIGNEUSEMENT LE MANUEL D’UTILISATION AVANT D’UTILISER CE TAPIS ROULANT.

ATTENTION: DÉBRANCHEZ A LA SOURCE AVANT D’EFFCTUER UN ENTRETIEN DU UNE RÉPARATION.

ATTENTION: CONTIENT DES PIECES

MOBILES. GARDEZ LES MAINS ET LES

PIEDS A L’ECART DE LA PARTIE

INFERIEURE DU TAPIS ROULANT

PENDANT SON FONCTIONNEMENT.

ON

I

O

OFF

ARRÊT (MISE HORS SERVICE)

OUVRE

FERME

Ces instructions sont destinées su propriétaire du TAPIS STAR TRAC S. Assurez vous que votr personnel et vos adhérents les suivent toujours.

À Faire

Encouragez vos adhérents à parler de leur programme d’entraînement à un médecin ou un entraîneur, en particulier s’ils n’ont pas eu d’activité sportive pendant plusieurs années, s’ils ont plus de 35 ans ou s’ils ont des kilos superflus.

Lisez le manuel avant fair fonctionner le tapis.

Utilisez le tapis exclusivement aux fins don’t il est destiné. N’utilisez pas d’accessoires qui n’ont pas été recommandés par le fabricant.

Attachez toujours vos lacets ets vêtements quand vous courez sur le tapis.

Conserver la surface du tapis propre et sèche.

Arrêtez si vous êtes pris de vertiges ou épuisé.

Commencez toujours à une vitesse lente.

Respectez les périodes d’échauffement et de récupération.

Vérifier où se trouve l’interrupteur STOP d’urgence et comment l’utiliser correctement.

Entrez vos objectifs.

Complétez votre entraînement par un régime alimentaire.

Suivez votre progrès grâce aux informations du tableau de bord.

Essayez d’utiliser l’inclinaison afin de brûler plus de calories et de renforcer les muscles de membres inférieurs.

Effectuez régulièrement l’entretien préventif du tapis.

Mettez les fils électriques à l’abri de chaleur.

Enlevez poussière, cheveux etc. de l’aération.

À Ne Pas Faire

Ne laissez pas d’enfants non-accompagnés sur le tapis. Une surveillance très stricte est néecessaire si des personnes invalides ou handicapées utilisent le tapis.

Ne laissez jamais le tapis sans surveillance s’il est branché. Débranchez le tapis si vous ne l’utilisez pas ou avant de monter ou démonter des pièces.

Ne pas porter de vêtements larges ou pendants lors de l’utilisation du tapis roulant.

Utilisez le tapis uniquement avec des chaussures appropriées.

Ne descendez pas ou ne montez pas sur un tapis qui est en fonction.

N’utilisez ou ne stockez jamais le tapis à l’extérieur ou près d’une piscine.

Ne laissez rien rentrer dans les ouvertures. Ne posez pas vos pieds sous l’appareil.

Ne posez pas de bouteilles ou verres d’eau sur l’appareil sans être équipé avec le en option.

N’utilisez pas le tapis dans les endroits ou des aérosols ou de l’oxygène ont été utilisés.

Débranchez le tapis avant le nettoyage ou le changement de fusibles.

N’enlevez pas de vis, ne modifiez pas l’appareil.

Ne serrez pas trop fort la suface caoutchoutée.

N’utilisez pas cet appareil si les fils ou la fiche sont endommagés, s’il est tombé ou cassé. Appelez votre distributeur pour une révision ou réparation.

 

Lowest

Highest

Default

Item

Value

Value

Value

 

 

 

 

 

DST

0

 

9999

0

UNx

UNE

UNM

UNE

TIM

5

 

99

 

99

WGT

1

(lb)

500

(lb)

155 (lb)

 

1

(kg)

226

(kg)

70 (kg)

Lxx

N/A

N/A

 

LEN

LOE

OFF

ON

 

OFF

LOI

001

999

 

001

MNS

0.3 (mi)

2.0 (mi)

0.5 (mi)

 

0.8 (k)

3.2 (k)

0.8 (k)

MXS

5.0 (mi)

12.5 (mi)

5.0 (mi)

 

5.0 (k)

20.0 (k)

5.0 (k)

ACC

25

60

 

25

DEC

20

60

 

20

AST

OFF

ON

 

OFF

AFE

OFF

ON

 

OFF

PAU

30

120

 

60

MNP

4

 

110

 

25

HFP

50

340

 

197

MXP

172

511

 

400

CRV

31

125

 

31

10R

220

740

 

356

PD1

1

 

150

 

1

PD2

1

 

150

 

1

PD3

1

 

150

 

1

NST

0

 

255

 

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Meaning

Distance. Total distance traveled in miles or kilometers, based on current UNx setting.

Units. UNE (English) = units of pounds, miles, feet, inches

UNM (Metric) = units of kilograms, kilometers, centimeters

NOTE: Current value is shown in PROFILE Window.

Time. Maximum time in minutes allowed for a program, excluding cooldown.

Default Weight (to user). Typical weight in lb (UNx = UNE) or kg (UNx = UNM).

Language. Display language; either LEN (English), LGE (German), LSP (Spanish), LDU (Dutch), LPO (Portuguese), LFR (French), LIT (Italian), LSW (Swedish) or LKA (Katakana).

NOTE: Current value is shown in PROFILE Window.

Lockout Enable. Enables/disables lockout function.

Lockout ID. Lockout override identification number.

Minimum Speed. Treadmill minimum operating speed in miles or kilometers, based on current UNx setting.

Maximum Speed. Treadmill maximum operating speed in miles or kilometers, based on current UNx setting.

Acceleration Time. Time in seconds to accelerate from current speed to a specified higher speed.

Deceleration Time. Time in seconds to decelerate from current speed to a specified lower speed.

Auto Stop Enable. Enables/disables Auto Stop function.

Auto Fan Enable. Enables/disables Auto Fan function.

Pause duration during a program, in seconds, either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120.

Minimum PWM. Pulse duty cycle to obtain the selected MN SPD. Divide MN PWM by 512 to get % duty cycle.

½ Maximum PWM. Pulse duty cycle to obtain ½ maximum speed. Divide ½ MX SPD by 512 to get % duty cycle.

Maximum PWM. Pulse duty cycle to obtain the selected MX SPD. Divide MX PWM by 512 to get % duty cycle.

Counts/Revs. Number of counts for each motor shaft revolution.

10 Rev distance in tenths of inches. Inches of running belt travel for 10 flywheel revolutions, always measured in inches.

Person Detect 1. Threshold used for Auto Stop.

Person Detect 2. Threshold used for Auto Stop.

Person Detect 3. Threshold used for Auto Stop.

No Stop Counter. Number of times No Stop Counter switch was down or disconnected on power-up since last reset.

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