Star Trac S-RBX, S-UBX User Manual

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STAR TRAC

14410 Myford Road

Irvine, CA 926060 USA

STAR TRAC FITNESS™

PERSONAL VIEWING SCREEN

USER'S MANUAL— S-SERIES

S-TRx, S-TRc

S-UBx, S-RBx, S-TBTx

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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

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Before You Get Started ............................................................................................................................

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Warnings and Cautions ...........................................................................................................................

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Important Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................................

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Unpacking Your Personal Viewing Screen .............................................................................................

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Installing your STAR TRAC Personal Viewing Screen .........................................................................

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S-UBx, S-RBx, and S-TBTx ...........................................................................................................

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S-TRc and STRx ............................................................................................................................

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Installing the Power Supply on the S-TRx .......................................................................................

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Setting Up your NTSC / ATSC Personal Viewing Screen ......................................................................

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Basic Operations ...........................................................................................................................

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Adjusting Picture Menu Options .....................................................................................................

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Adjusting Audio Menu Options .......................................................................................................

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Adjusting Setup Menu Options .......................................................................................................

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Adjusting Channel Menu Options ...................................................................................................

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Setting Up your PAL / SECAM Personal Viewing Screen .....................................................................

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Basic Operations ...........................................................................................................................

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Adjusting Picture Menu Options .....................................................................................................

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Adjusting Sound Menu Options ......................................................................................................

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Adjusting Time Menu Options ........................................................................................................

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Adjusting System Options Menu ....................................................................................................

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Adjusting Lock Menu Options ........................................................................................................

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Adjusting Channel Menu Options ...................................................................................................

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FAQ’s and Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................

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Cleaning the PVS ..........................................................................................................................

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

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Headphone Jack Replacement ......................................................................................................

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

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Copyright 2010. 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 adding the STAR TRAC PERSONAL VIEWING SCREEN (PVS) to your Star Trac Purchase. The Personal Viewing Screen has been designed to provide the user with the most rewarding experience based upon the carefully planned features it possesses. The design elements of this Personal Viewing Screen will provide you with a comfortable, intuitive, safe and reliable experience, guiding you to a habit-forming lifestyle. Star Trac's mission is to provide products to mold lifelong habits for health and fitness.

ABOUT THIS MANUAL

This manual is applicable to the STAR TRAC S-UBx UPRIGHT BIKE, S-RBx RECUMBENT BIKE, S-TBTx TOTAL BODY TRAINER, and the S-TR TREADMILLS The manual is divided into nine sections, as follows:

Introduction

Provides an overview of each section within the manual.

Before You Get Started

Provides guidelines to help you have a successful installation.

Warnings and Cautions

Helpful safety tips to keep you out of harms way.

Important Safety Precautions

Provides important safety tips to keep you out of harms way.

Unpacking your Personal Viewing Screen

Provides a description of what you will find in your PVS kit.

Installing Your STAR TRAC Personal Viewing Screen (PVS)

Provides a step-by-step instruction set for installing your PVS on the S-UBx, S-RBx, S-TBTx and S-TR.

Setting Up Your STAR TRAC Personal Viewing Screen (PVS)

Provides step-by-step instruction set for configuring your PVS with either the NTSC/ATSC or PAL/SECAM screen.

FAQ’s and Troubleshooting

Frequently asked questions and troubleshooting methods to help solve problems that may occur with your PVS.

Regulatory Information

Provides regulatory information for the Star Trac Personal Viewing Screen.

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BEFORE YOU GET STARTED

CHECK FACILITIES PREPAREDNESS

For a proper installation, please read this guide thoroughly and follow the instructions. Star Trac’s goal is to help you have a successful and reliable installation, for this reason we have come up with some helpful tips and check list to accomplish this goal.

EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

Check to see that the equipment you will be adding the PVS to are placed where they will be used. It is recommended that you follow your installation guides for each one of your Star Trac pieces of equipment in making sure that there is ample space around them to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

INPUT SIGNAL

In the world of entertainment today you have many choices. Star Trac recommends you know what type of video signal (cable, analogue, digital, satellite, antenna) is in the club facility and if it has a good signal. Don’t forget every installation is different. Check to see that you have a coaxial cable connection at each location where a PVS will be installed.

CABLING

When Radio Frequency signals travel through cabling the signal will degrade over distance. Connectors may degrade the signal as well. Check each output before connecting to your PVS and make sure you have a clean strong signal to ensure an enjoyable experience. The Star Trac PVS requires a minimum signal strength of 45dBmV for analogue channels, and 40% for digital channels. Your club may require signal amplifiers to achieve a good strong signal. Star Trac recommends you use a qualified installer for your Audio Visual needs.

ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLES

The Personal Viewing Screen requires a plug-in 60 watt power supply to operate (included in each kit with the exception of the S-TRc). Check with your club facility to ensure ample electrical receptacles are placed next to the equipment for a safe and proper install. Check with your contractor to make sure you have enough power.

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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS

This lighting flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

This exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instruction in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING:

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

DO NOT disassemble the PVS.

Any unauthorized maintenance will void the warranty. Inexperienced technicians can cause serious damage, electric shock, and other hazards.

Contact your dealer or an experienced technician for repair.

DO NOT place sharp tools such as a pin or other metallic object near the display.

May result in scratching the surface of the monitor as well as the frame.

Keep your monitor away from liquid or a humid place.

May cause electric shock and damage the display.

DO NOT spray any fluid directly on the surface of the monitor.

Spray the cleaner fluid on a soft cloth to wipe the surface of the monitor.

When strange sound or smoke occurs, be sure to unplug your power cord. These problems can cause a serious electric shock and other hazards.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Electrical energy can perform many useful functions, but it can also cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly handled. This product has been engineered and manufactured with the highest priority on safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD. In order to prevent potential danger, please read the following instructions when installing, operating and cleaning the product. To ensure your safety and prolong the service life of your new product, please read the following precautions carefully before using the product.

1.Read these instructions---All operating instructions must be read and understood before the product is operated.

2.Keep these instructions---These safety and operating instructions must be kept in a safe place for future reference.

3.Heed all warnings---All warnings on the product and in the instructions must be observed closely.

4.Follow all instructions---All operating instructions must be followed.

5.Power source---This product is intended to be supplied by a listed power supply indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system.

6.Power cord protection---Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

Note: where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

7.Overloading---Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

8.Replacement parts---In case the product needs replacement parts, make sure that the service person replaces parts specified by the manufacturer, or those with the same characteristics and performance as the original parts. Use of unauthorized parts can result in fire, electric shock and/or other dangers.

9.Safety checks---Upon completion of service or repair work, request the service technician to perform safety checks to ensure that the product is in proper operating condition.

10.Clean only with damp cloth---Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

11.Panel protection---The display panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break when the product is dropped or impacted upon by other objects. Be careful not to be injured by broken glass pieces in case the display panel breaks.

12.Pixel defect---The display panel is a very high technology product, giving you finely detailed pictures. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red. Please note that this does not affect the performance of your product.

Warning:

To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other open flames away from this product at all times.

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UNPACKING YOUR PERSONAL VIEWING SCREEN

Inspect the shipping box for any parts that may be missing BEFORE discarding the box. Items can shift during transportation, and may be accidentally discarded with the box. If any parts are missing, please contact Star Trac Product Support at 800-503-1221. Have the serial number of the PVS, and a list of the missing parts ready so they may be shipped to you. The Personal Viewing Screen is shipped in one box separate from your exercise equipment.

PVS kits are available in two different signal formats; NTSC/ATSC (typically US, Japan) and PAL/SECAM (typically Europe, Middle East), make sure the kit you have is appropriate for the country of the club facility.

The following items will be in the box:

NTSC/ATSC Kit (US, Japan)

PVS assembly with mounting bracket, cables, and display cap with grommet (There are 5 cables in the neck)

Center console keypad assembly

Entertainment headphone jack and Mount

Hardware tool kit, including:

(3) M8 buttonhead screws

(3) 5/16 lock washer

(2) 5” tie straps

5MM hex Allen key.

60w Power Supply (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRc KIT)

Power cord, CEE 7/7 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Power cord, Nema 6-15 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Power cord, BS 1363 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Owners manual

Warranty card.

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PAL/SECAM Kit (Europe, Middle East)

PVS assembly with mounting bracket, cables, and display cap with grommet (There are 5 cables in the neck)

Center console keypad assembly

Entertainment headphone jack and mount

Hardware tool kit, including:

(3) M8 buttonhead screws

(3) 5/16 lock washer

(2) 5” tie straps

F-type to PAL/SECAM coaxial adapter

5MM hex Allen key.

60w power supply (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRc KIT)

Power cord, CEE 7/7 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Power cord, Nema 6-15 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Power cord, BS 1363 (NOT INCLUDED IN THE S-TRi KIT)

Owners manual

Warranty card.

Required Tool for Installation

5MM hex Allen key

#2 Phillips screwdriver

Wire cutters (Not Included)

Pliers (Not Included)

Step stool (Not Included)

Flat Head screw driver (Not Included)

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INSTALLING YOUR PVS ON THE S-UBx, S-RBx AND S-TBTx

The Star Trac Personal Viewing Screen is different for each of your Star Trac S-Series Cardio products. Make sure you have the proper kit for the S-Series product you are installing. The S-UBx, S-RBx and S-TBTx will follow the same basic steps for installation. For the S-TR turn to appropriate section of this manual.

STEP 1.

Using a flat head screwdriver, remove the TV HOLE CAP, from the back of the display. (You will no longer need this cap and, if desired, you can store it away for any possible future use).

Pull out the (4) cables from the hole.

Note: three (3) cables are attached with the TV hole cap with a cable tie, and the coaxial cable is a loose cable.

TV Hole Cap

Cable Set

STEP 2.

Using a #2 Phillip screwdriver, remove the (9) screws that hold the display’ bottom cover plastics in place. Retain the screws for later use.

Bottom Cover

(9) Screws

Wireless HR Receiver

STEP 3.

Using a #2 Phillip screwdriver, remove the (4) screws that hold the center console at the bottom side of the cover (Three for center console and one for Wireless HR receiver).

Center Console

Screws

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Polar Receiver

TV Keypad Cable

STEP 4.

Replace the TV control pad:

Using a #2 Phillip screwdriver, fasten the TV control pad with the (3) screws and install the wireless HR receiver back to the same location.

Plug in the TV keypad connector into JP5

Plug in the interface control connector into JP4

Plug in the power-in connector into JP7

Plug in the power-out connector into JP6

Headphone Plug

STEP 5.

Using a pair of pliers, remove the IR-Reader plastics from the bottom cover, and replace it with the headphone adaptor. And then, plug in the 90°angle headphone plug as shown.

Interface Control

(5-Contacts)

Headphone Adaptor

Power-in

Power-out

Bottom Cover

IR-Reader

STEP 6.

Install the bottom cover back and secure using the (9) screws you saved from earlier step.

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STEP 7.

Unpack the TV kit from the PVS package and pull out the (4) cables from the square hole on the neck bracket.

(4) Cables

STEP 8.

Connect the (4) cables on the TV Kit with the

(4) cables on the unit as shown:

Antenna cable (coaxial)

Power cable (2-Contacts)

Interface cable (5-Contacts)

Headphone cable (3-Contacts)

Insert the connecters and wires through the neck hole into the tube.

STEP 9.

Insert the TV bracket tab into the cable hole on the neck, and push in and upwards to align hole.

Install the screw and washer, and use the 5mm Allen wrench to tighten the screw.

Tab

Screw & Washer

This completes the installation of the Personal Viewing Screen. Now it is time to set it up. Turn to the appropriate section for your Personal Viewing Screen.

Note:

The shown PVS assembly procedures are for S-UBx bike. The PVS assembly procedures for S-RBx and S-TBTx are the same as the S-UBx bike, however the brackets are different.

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INSTALLING YOUR PVS ON THE S-TRc AND S-TRx

STEP 1.

Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the (19) screws that hold the back cover of the display. Next, remove the back cover and the upper cap cover with “Star Trac Logo” on it (You will no longer need this cap cover and, if desired, you can store it away for any possible future use).

Retain all the screws for later use.

Cap

Back

Cover

Screws

STEP 2.

Take the PVS from its package and remove the bubble wrap. Insert the PVS into the rectangle tube on the back of the treadmill. Adjust the new cap into place, (make sure it is below handrail), then fasten with (2) M8 screws and

(2) washers.

Note: Keep all (4) cables on the right side.

STEP 3.

Now, replace the TV keypad on the front display. Carefully remove the label of the center console with a flat screw driver. And then, remove the (4) screws that hold the center console in place. Retain all the screws for later use.

Cap

Screws and

washers

(4)Cables

(4)Screws

CENTER

CONSOLE

LABEL, CENTER

CONSOLE

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STEP 4.

Insert the keypad cable into the oblong hole of the console, and plug it into the board (as shown on the right figure).

Plug in the Interface remote control cable (5- contacts), power-in cable (2-contacts), and power -out cable (2-contacts) to each header as shown on the right figure.

Keypad cable

Power-in and power-out cables (2-contacts)

Interface control cable (5-contacts)

STEP 5.

Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw that holds in the blank headphone jack cap at the lower front of the display. Retain the screw (You will no longer need the cap and, if desired, you can store it away for any possible future use).

Now take the Entertainment headphone jack from the PVS hardware kit, and plug in the headphone cable to the jack. Use the previously retained screw to reinstall the headphone jack. Tighten snugly.

STEP 6.

Install the center console back to the front display cover and secure with the (4) screws removed in step 3.

Remove the protective paper on the back side of the keypad, and attach it to the console plastic. Be sure to make good alignment between the console plastic and keypad, also Make sure there are no air bubbles trapped between the keypad and the console plastic.

Headphone

Blank Cap

Jack

 

 

 

Screw

Headphone

Cable

STEP 7.

Replace the top back cover. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, insert (19) screws, retained from earlier step, into the plastic cover. Do not tighten screws yet.

Check the cap with the neck and grommet. Make sure the cap is flush with the top back plastic, and adjust if necessary. Tighten screws to secure the back plastics.

This completes the installation of the PVS on the S-TRc treadmill.

If you have an S-TRx continue to next section to install the power supply.

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