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GPS Sports Monitor
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  • Page 1 GPS Sports Monitor User Manual...
  • Page 2 Indicates related pages. Click the link in blue text to display the related page. Trademarks EPSON and EXCEED YOUR VISION are registered trademarks of the Seiko Epson Corporation. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America and other countries.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    User Manual Introduction Features Measurement function Allows you to measure running data such as distance and time. You can measure split and lap times, as well as using the GPS signal to measure distance and pace. “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed ” on page 34 Split Time: Elapsed time from the start Lap time: Time taken for each lap You can use the recall screen to check recorded measurement data.
  • Page 4 User Manual Introduction Settings Allows you to change the settings for the device. ❏ Communicates with external devices (Communication function) “Comm. Settings” on page 74 ❏ Adjusts the screen's contrast (Adjust contrast function) “Sys. Settings” on page 75 ❏ Turns on the light automatically when the screen changes (Auto Light function) “Sys.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    User Manual Contents Contents Introduction Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) Features....... . . 3 Checking Measurement Data.
  • Page 6 User Manual Contents Screen pattern table..... . 78 Measurement display abbreviations..80 Changing the measurement screen.
  • Page 7: Using This Device Safely

    User Manual Using this Device Safely Using this Device Safely Make sure you read the manuals (Quick Start Guide and User Manual) first to use this product safely. The product may malfunction, or an accident may occur if it is handled incorrectly. ❏...
  • Page 8: Notes On Usage

    User Manual Using this Device Safely Notes on Usage Notes on using the product and components Warning Exercise according to your physical capabilities. Stop exercising and consult your doctor if you feel unwell during exercise. Do not use or store this product in the following environments. It may cause an electric shock or fire, or the product may malfunction or be damaged.
  • Page 9: Optional Heart Rate Monitor

    User Manual Using this Device Safely Optional heart rate monitor Warning If the heart rate monitor battery is accidentally swallowed, contact your doctor immediately. When disposing of the heart rate monitor battery, follow your local laws and regulations. When replacing the heart rate monitor battery, only use the type of battery specified. Also, make sure the direction of the positive and negative terminals is correct.
  • Page 10 User Manual Using this Device Safely 2. If this device causes RF interference between the device and "other radio stations", promptly move to a different location, stop using the device, and contact your local reseller to ask for advice on preventing interference (for example setting up partitions).
  • Page 11: Preparing And Basic Operations

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Preparing and Basic Operations You need to make the following preparations before use. “Checking the Items Provided” on page 12 “Basic Operations” on page 13 “Charging” on page 20 “Initial Settings” on page 24 Once preparations are complete, check the method and important points when performing GPS satellite positioning.
  • Page 12: Checking The Items Provided

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Checking the Items Provided Make sure you check that all of the following items have been supplied with this product. If there is anything missing, contact your local reseller. Main unit SF-110 Cradle Quick Start Guide Warranty Options You can purchase the following optional extras.
  • Page 13: Basic Operations

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Basic Operations Changing screens This device is comprised of a Time screen, Measurement screen, Settings screen (Settings menu and Measure set. menu), and Recall screen, and you can perform operations with the following buttons. Operation buttons : Short press : Long press (two seconds or more)
  • Page 14 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Note: ❏ When you leave the device for a while, it enters sleep status and the time display turns off. This is not a malfunction as the display is restored the next time a button is pressed or you move the device. You can also turn off the sleep function. “Sys.
  • Page 15: Function Of Each Button

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Function of each button The function for each button changes depending on which screen is displayed. Time screen Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation Short press Displays the exercise measurement screen. Long press (two Turns the power on or off. seconds or more) Short press Turns the light on or off.
  • Page 16 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Measurement screen Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation Short press You can display up to three measurement screens and switch the screens using this button. Displays the time screen. Long press (two seconds or more) Not available while measuring.
  • Page 17 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Setting screen (Settings menu/Measure set. menu) Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation Short press Confirm a selection. From the Settings menu, the time screen is displayed. Long press (two seconds or more) From the Measure set. menu, the measurement screen is displayed. Short press Turns the light on or off.
  • Page 18 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Recall screen Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation Short press Confirm a selection. Long press (two Displays the time screen. seconds or more) Short press Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10 seconds.
  • Page 19: Alarm

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Alarm This function allows you to sound an alarm when pausing a lap, setting the target pace, and so on. The following shows the alarm timing. A long alarm sounds when the lap is paused, and a short alarm sounds at other times.
  • Page 20: Charging

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Charging Before use Important: ❏ Do not place the device in the cradle if it is wet from water or sweat. Otherwise the contact points on the cradle and the device could corrode, malfunction, or cause a communication failure.
  • Page 21: Charging

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Charging Important: ❏ Charge this device when using it for the first time. ❏ Charge in an environment where the surrounding temperature is 5 to 35°C. In any other environment the following charge error screen is displayed, and charging stops. When it returns to a suitable temperature, charging resumes.
  • Page 22 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device until it is fixed in place. Important: Make sure the device is placed in the correct direction; otherwise, the device or the cradle could be damaged. When the device is placed in the correct direction, the alarm sounds, the following screen is displayed, and charging starts.
  • Page 23 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations When charging is complete, remove the device from the cradle. Hold the cradle and press the device down into the lower part of the cradle to release it.
  • Page 24: Initial Settings

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Set your Height and Weight. Initial Settings Use C/D to select, and then press A. After charging the device for the first time and removing it from the cradle, follow the on-screen instructions to Initialise the settings.
  • Page 25 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Set today's date. Complete the settings. Use C/D to select, and then press A. Use C/D to select Yes, and then press A. A signal is received from the GPS and time is automatically synchronised. When Complete is displayed, press A.
  • Page 26: About The Battery

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations About the battery You can check how much charge remains from the battery icon below the time display. Battery icon GPS On 30 to 21 hours 21 to 12 hours 12 to 3 hours 3 to 0 hours Heart Rate Monitor Hours...
  • Page 27: Specifying A Gps (gps Positioning)

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning) Measuring function for the device This device receives a signal from the GPS, and measures distance and pace. To make sure measurements are performed accurately, try to use the device under the following conditions which allow for easy reception of GPS signals.
  • Page 28: Gps Positioning

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations When GPS positioning is complete, the GPS positioning positioning complete screen flashes, and then the measurement screen is displayed. This device receives a signal from various satellites, and identifies your position to use for measurement. Important: While identifying a GPS, make sure you are outside with no obstructions overhead, and try to...
  • Page 29 User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations GPS positioning continues while measuring, and when positioning is complete the device starts recording positional information. The routes before GPS positioning is complete and while using indoor mode are not recorded. “Measurable Items” on page 32 Indoor mode This function allows you to measure without performing GPS positioning.
  • Page 30: Making Precise Measurements

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Making precise measurements In the following situations, complete GPS positioning, display the measurement screen, and then wait outside for at least 15 minutes with no obstructions overhead. This allows you to make precise measurements. ❏...
  • Page 31: Educating Your Stride Sensor

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Educating Your Stride Sensor About the stride sensor This device contains a stride sensor that uses a stride algorithm to learn your pace from your actual speed and your body's vibration frequency. This allows the device to calculate distance and laps with high precision, as well as measure your stride even when GPS signal is lost such as in a tunnel, and so on.
  • Page 32: Measurable Items

    User Manual Preparing and Basic Operations Measurable Items Items that can be measured change according to the settings for the GPS signal (GPS on/off) and the heart rate monitor. When GPS is off for indoor mode, the route is not recorded. Measurement item (display name) Distance (Dist.) Pace (Pace)
  • Page 33: Measure

    User Manual Measure Measure Using the positional information and time for the GPS signal, the time, distance, and speed are measured automatically. “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed ” on page 34 “Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function)” on page 38 “Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause Function)”...
  • Page 34: Measuring Time, Distance, And Speed

    User Manual Measure Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed What is the measurement function? This function allows you to measure split times and lap times simultaneously. Also, since this device is equipped with a GPS function, you can automatically measure distance, speed, and route using the positional information and time from the GPS signal.
  • Page 35: Measuring

    User Manual Measure “Lap Hold Screen” on page 37 Measuring Operation buttons * The screen display differs depending on the settings. “Screen pattern table” on page 78 Display the Menu. Stop measuring. Press D on the time screen. Press C while measuring. Select Measurement.
  • Page 36: Screen Display

    User Manual Measure Screen display Measurement screen There are three measurement screens available. Press A to change the screen. Note: You can change the screen pattern and the measurement items displayed for each screen. “Screen” on page 77 Screen Screen Pattern (Default) Measurement Item (Default) Screen1 3 Lines...
  • Page 37 User Manual Measure Target Pace Screen The Target Pace Screen is displayed when it is set to ON. “Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Function)” on page 41 Screen Screen Pattern (Default) Measurement Item (Default) Target Pace 2 Lines Average Pace (Av.Pace) Set target pace Lap Hold Screen...
  • Page 38: Recording Laps Automatically (at Lap Function)

    User Manual Measure Recording Laps Note: You can also select the Measure set. menu from the Automatically (AT Lap measurement screen. “Changing the Measure set.” on page 69 Function) Select AT Lap. When a distance set in advance is reached, laps are recorded automatically.
  • Page 39 User Manual Measure “Measuring” on page 35...
  • Page 40: Automatically Start/stop Measuring (at Pause Function)

    User Manual Measure Automatically Start/Stop Note: You can also select the Measure set. menu from the Measuring (AT Pause measurement screen. “Changing the Measure set.” on page 69 Function) Select AT Pause. Measuring stops automatically when you stop running, and resumes when you continue running. Use C/D to select, and then press A.
  • Page 41: Setting A Pace And Measuring (target Pace Function)

    User Manual Measure Select the Measure set. menu. Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Use C/D to select, and then press A. Function) You can use this function to sound an alarm if you fall behind the pace set as the target pace during measuring. Set your target time for one kilometre/mile (target pace) and the range at which the alarm sounds when you fall behind that target pace.
  • Page 42 User Manual Measure Set the range for maintaining your target pace. Use C/D to set, and then press A. Hold down C/D to speed through the numbers.. An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace range. Complete the settings. Hold down A.
  • Page 43: Checking Measurement Data (recall Function)

    User Manual Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) You can check measured data on the recall screen. “Checking Measurement Data” on page 44 “Measurement data that can be checked in recall” on page 44 “Delete unnecessary measurement data” on page 45...
  • Page 44: Checking Measurement Data

    User Manual Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) Check the measurement data. Checking Measurement Data Use C/D to scroll the screen. You can check measured data on the recall screen. Operation buttons After checking, display the recall screen. Press A. Finish checking the history. Display the Menu.
  • Page 45: Delete Unnecessary Measurement Data

    User Manual Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) Display the Menu. Icon Walking mode (measuring while Press D on the time screen. walking) Select Recall Measurement Item Use C/D to select, and then press A. Date measured Start Time/End Time Distance Split time Select the data you want to delete.
  • Page 46 User Manual Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) Select Delete. Use C/D to select, and then press A. Select Yes. Use C/D to select, and then press A. After deleting, display the recall screen. Note: To continue deleting history data, repeat steps 3 to Finish deleting history data.
  • Page 47: Measuring Heart Rate (heart Rate Monitor)

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) You can measure your heart rate by using the optional heart rate monitor. “Preparing to Measure Heart Rate” on page 48 “Measuring Heart Rate” on page 51 “Replacing the Battery for the Heart Rate Monitor”...
  • Page 48: Preparing To Measure Heart Rate

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Preparing to Measure Heart Rate Preparing the heart rate monitor The heart rate monitor can be purchased as an optional item. Contact your local reseller to purchase a heart rate monitor. Heart Rate Monitor (Model No.: SFHRM01) ®...
  • Page 49: Registering The Heart Rate Monitor To The Device

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Select the registered heart rate Registering the heart rate monitor. monitor to the device Use C/D to select, and then press A. When using the heart rate monitor for the first time, wear the heart rate monitor when you register it to the device.
  • Page 50: Enabling The Heart Rate Monitor

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Select ON. Enabling the heart rate monitor Use C/D to select, and then press A. When using the heart rate monitor, set HR to ON from the Measure set. menu. Operation buttons Set the heart rate zone you want to maintain while exercising.
  • Page 51: Measuring Heart Rate

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Measuring Heart Rate When HR is set to ON from the Measure set. menu, you can use the heart rate monitor to measure heart rate. See the following pages for information on each function. “Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed ”...
  • Page 52: Replacing The Battery For The Heart Rate Monitor

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Replacing the Battery for the Heart Rate Monitor If you cannot measure your heart rate, the heart rate monitor battery may have run out. Replace the battery. The heart rate monitor uses a lithium battery (CR2032). Use something flat, such as a coin, to remove the battery cover.
  • Page 53 User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Replace the battery cover. Important: If the internal seal (the blue part in the following diagram) has come out, put it back in its original position, and then close the cover. If the seal gets caught or broken when closing the cover, sweat or water could enter into the device causing a malfunction.
  • Page 54: Disabling The Heart Rate Monitor

    User Manual Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) Select HR. Disabling the Heart Rate Monitor Use C/D to select, and then press A. When disabling an heart rate monitor that has been registered, set HR to OFF from the Measure set. menu. Operation buttons Select OFF.
  • Page 55: Data Management Using The Web Application (runsense View)

    User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) This device allows you to manage measured data using a dedicated Web application (RUNSENSE View). The Web application (RUNSENSE View) allows you to manage, review, and use your running route, distance, speed, heart rate, calories burnt, and so on.
  • Page 56: What Is The Web Application (runsense View)

    User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE View)? The web application (RUNSENSE View) sends measurement data through your computer allowing you to monitor, analyse, compare and share your running route, distance, speed, heart rate, calories burnt, and so on. You can also use this for data analysis as the sent data can be displayed in various formats, such as a map display for the route, a graph showing speed/distance, and a total display (for months/entire periods).
  • Page 57 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Workout Displays your data as a graph. This allows you to analyse training from different angles.
  • Page 58: Installing Run Connect (uploader Software)

    You need Run Connect to upload measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE View). Follow the steps below to install Run Connect. Access the following website and download Run Connect. https://go-wellness2.epson.com/portal/ Run the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Page 59: Creating An Account (when Using For The First Time)

    User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Creating an Account (When Using for the First Time) You need to create an account with the Web application (RUNSENSE View) when using it for the first time. Connect the cradle to the computer on which Run Connect is installed with a USB cable.
  • Page 60 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Click Create Account. Create an account. Enter information for the Login ID, Password, and Email Address, and then click Create Account. To upload measurement data, go to step 3 in the following section. “Uploading Measurement Data”...
  • Page 61: Uploading Measurement Data

    User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Uploading Measurement Data You can upload measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE View). Connect the cradle to the computer on which Run Connect is installed with a USB cable. Place the device into the cradle.
  • Page 62 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Enter your Login ID and Password on the Run Connect screen, and then click Upload. Note: If you select Select Upload and then click Upload, the data list selection screen is displayed, and you can select the data you want to upload.
  • Page 63 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Data is uploaded to the Web application (RUNSENSE View). When the upload is complete, the Web application (RUNSENSE View) starts and the Home screen is displayed.
  • Page 64: Checking Uploaded Measurement Data

    Use one of the following methods to start RUNSENSE View. o Access the following website. https://go-wellness.epson.com/runsense-view/ o Start from the Run Connect icon on your computer. Right-click the Run Connect icon from the Windows desktop taskbar, and then select Start RUNSENSE...
  • Page 65 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) o Click Start RUNSENSE View on the Run Connect screen. The Run Connect screen is displayed when you place the device in the cradle connected to the computer. The Web application (RUNSENSE View) starts and the Home screen is displayed. Go to step 3. Note: The Start RUNSENSE View button is not available in the following circumstances.
  • Page 66 User Manual Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) Click the data you want to check from the uploaded data. Note: For information on using the Web application (RUNSENSE View), see the RUNSENSE View Help.
  • Page 67: Settings

    User Manual Settings Settings You can change a variety of settings for measurement or device. Choose settings to suit your purpose. “Making Settings” on page 68 “Measure set.” on page 69 “Settings” on page 73 “Screen” on page 77...
  • Page 68: Making Settings

    User Manual Settings Making Settings...
  • Page 69: Measure Set

    User Manual Settings Select a setting item. Measure set. Use C/D to select, and then press A. Allows you to change the measurement settings. Changing the Measure set. There are two ways that allow you to change the measurement settings. Select a setting value.
  • Page 70 User Manual Settings Making the measurement settings Display the Measurement menu. from the measurement screen. Press D on the measurement screen. If you want to start measuring immediately after making the measurement settings, we recommend taking the Select Measurement set.. following steps.
  • Page 71: Measure Set. Table

    User Manual Settings Measure set. table Setting items Value Explanation Activity Type Run (default) Set when running or jogging. Walk Set when walking (exercising at a slow pace). AT Lap When a distance set in advance is reached, this function records laps automatically.
  • Page 72 User Manual Settings Displayed when measurement settings have been made from the measurement screen.
  • Page 73: Settings

    User Manual Settings Select a setting value. Settings Use C/D to select, and then press A. Allows you to change the settings for the device. Changing the Settings Operation buttons Depending on the selections, you may need to choose further settings. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Page 74: Settings Table

    User Manual Settings Settings table Comm. Settings Set to connect the heart rate monitor or smartphone to this device and communicate. Setting items Value Explanation HR Monitor Status Register the heart rate monitor to this device. “Registering the heart rate monitor to the device” on Register page 49 Smart Phone...
  • Page 75 User Manual Settings Sys. Settings Make settings for the device's system. The value in brackets () is the default setting. Setting items Value Explanation Language English (default) Set the display language. Deutsch Time Clock 12 Hour Set the format for the display time. (default) 24 Hour Set Daylight Saving Time.
  • Page 76 User Manual Settings Setting items Value Explanation Display Units km (default) Set the display units for distance. mile Date Format Day. Month Set the display format for the date. Month. Day (default) Contrast Set the contrast for the screen. Auto Sleep ON (default) When you leave the device for a while, this function automatically puts the device into sleep status.
  • Page 77: Screen

    User Manual Settings Screen You can display up to three measurement screens. You can change the screen pattern (by displaying one line to three lines of data) and the measurement items displayed for each screen. You can also change the display for the lap hold screen. Note: See the following pages for the default screen settings.
  • Page 78: Screen Pattern Table

    User Manual Settings Screen pattern table Measurement screen Screen Pattern Screen Explanation 1 Line Displays one measurement item on the screen. 2 Lines Displays two measurement items on the screen by dividing the screen into two sections. 3 Lines Displays three measurement items on the screen by dividing the screen into three sections.
  • Page 79 User Manual Settings Screen Pattern Screen Explanation 2 Lines Displays two measurement items on the screen by dividing the screen into two sections.
  • Page 80: Measurement Display Abbreviations

    User Manual Settings Measurement display abbreviations Measurement screen Display name Display item Explanation 1 Line 2 Lines/3 Lines Distance Distance Dist. Total distance from the start of measurements Pace Pace Pace Current pace (time taken for one kilometre/mile) Average Pace Avg.Pace Av.Pace Average pace from the start of...
  • Page 81: Changing The Measurement Screen

    User Manual Settings Select Screen3. Changing the measurement screen Use C/D to select, and then press A. The setting method varies depending on the screen pattern. See the explanations for each screen pattern. “Setting 1 Line/2 Lines/3 Lines” on page 81 Setting 1 Line/2 Lines/3 Lines Here we will explain how to display Calories Burnt in Select 1 Line.
  • Page 82: Changing The Lap Screen

    User Manual Settings Select Calories Burnt. Changing the Lap screen Use C/D to select, and then press A. The Lap screen is displayed when recording laps. Here we will explain how to display Lap Pace in 1 Line for demonstration purposes. Operation buttons Screen Image is displayed.
  • Page 83 User Manual Settings Select Display Lap Screen. Select Lap Pace. Use C/D to select, and then press A. Use C/D to select, and then press A. Select 1 Line. Screen Image is displayed. After checking, press A and go to the following Use C/D to select, and then press A.
  • Page 84: Setting Examples

    User Manual Settings Setting examples Here we will provide two usage examples. Note: See the following page for information on making changes. “Changing the measurement screen” on page 81 Default settings Screen Screen Pattern Measurement item Screen1 3 Lines Distance (Dist.) Split Time (Split) Average Pace (Av.Pace) Recommended settings for a marathon...
  • Page 85: Maintenance

    User Manual Maintenance Maintenance This section explains how to maintain this device, replace the battery, and update the firmware. “Looking after your device” on page 86 “Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports Monitor” on page 87 “Updating the Firmware” on page 88...
  • Page 86: Looking After Your Device

    User Manual Maintenance Looking after your device Important: ❏ If the device is placed in the cradle when it is covered in water, sweat, or dirt, the contact points could corrode, malfunction, or cause a communication failure. ❏ Do not perform button operations when it is wet; otherwise, a malfunction could occur. After using the device, wash the contact points lightly with tap water, wipe away most of the water with a towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally.
  • Page 87: Replacing The Battery On Your Gps Sports Monitor

    User Manual Maintenance Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports Monitor About the device's built-in rechargeable battery You cannot replace the built-in rechargeable battery yourself. If the battery does not retain its charge for as long as it used to due to prolonged use, it may have reached the end of battery life.
  • Page 88: Updating The Firmware

    Download the firmware for "RUNSENSE View" from the following Epson website and update the firmware. www.epson.eu/runsense Note: See the download page on the Epson website for details on Display the Menu. how to update the firmware. Press D on the time screen.
  • Page 89: Troubleshooting

    User Manual Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This section explains how to solve problems that occur during use. “Caution” on page 90 “Problem Solving” on page 91 “Resetting the System” on page 94 “Contacting us About this Product” on page 95 “After-sales Service” on page 96...
  • Page 90: Caution

    User Manual Troubleshooting Caution ❏ If charging or data transfer becomes unstable, clean the contact points on the device and the cradle with a damp cotton bud. ❏ If device operations become unstable or if functions do not operate correctly, perform a system reset (hold down all four buttons at the same time).
  • Page 91: Problem Solving

    User Manual Troubleshooting Problem Solving Check each item. Problem Solution Basic actions The screen is not displayed. You cannot start using the device immediately after purchase until the device is charged. Charge the device first. Also, nothing is displayed if the battery runs out.
  • Page 92 User Manual Troubleshooting Problem Solution The device cannot receive a Go to a location outside with no obstructions GPS signal. overhead. Signals from the GPS cannot be received while indoors. Also, if there are any obstacles partially blocking the sky, such as tall buildings and mountain sides, reception may be interrupted causing a lack of precision in distance measurements.
  • Page 93 User Manual Troubleshooting Problem Solution Heart Rate Monitor The heart rate monitor is not Check the following items. working correctly. ❏ Are you wearing the HR belt correctly? “Wearing the heart rate monitor” on page 48 ❏ Has it been registered to the device? “Registering the heart rate monitor to the device”...
  • Page 94: Resetting The System

    User Manual Troubleshooting Resetting the System If operations are unstable, try resetting the system. Hold down all of the buttons (A/B/C/D) at the same time. The screen is reset and the device restarts. Initialise the device after restarting. “Initial Settings” on page 24 Important: Measurement data is not recorded if a system reset is performed while measuring.
  • Page 95: Contacting Us About This Product

    User Manual Troubleshooting After-sales Service ❏ For repair and maintenance of this product, contact your local reseller or our repair center. ❏ If the battery does not retain its charge for as long as it used to due to prolonged use, it may have reached the end of battery life.
  • Page 96: Appendix

    User Manual Appendix Appendix “Understanding the Icons” on page 98 “Product Specifications” on page 99 “Glossary” on page 101...
  • Page 97: Understanding The Icons

    User Manual Appendix Understanding the Icons Icon Name Run mode (measuring while running) Walking mode (measuring while walking) The signal is being received from the GPS (GPS On) GPS positioning Communicating with the heart rate monitor Average pace Distance Calories Burnt Split Time AT Lap Manual Lap...
  • Page 98: Product Specifications

    User Manual Appendix Product Specifications Device specifications Specifications SF-110 Size (thickness) 13.5 mm Weight 43 g Water resistance 5 atm Operating GPS On 10 hours time Time displayed (when Auto Sleep is On) 10 days*1 Operating temperature -5 to 50°C Possible memory time (total distance time) Approx.
  • Page 99: Cradle Specifications

    User Manual Appendix Cradle specifications Specifications SF-110 Operating temperature range 5 to 35°C Option specifications You can purchase the following optional extras. Contact your local reseller for more information. AC adapter specifications Specifications Model No.: SFAC02 Europe excluding UK / SFAC03 UK Input AC 100V-240V 50/60 Hz Output...
  • Page 100: Glossary

    User Manual Appendix Glossary Term Definition AT Lap This automatically records laps when you have run for a fixed distance. AT Light This automatically turns on the light during lap measuring or alarm notification. AT Pause Automatically stops measuring when you stop exercising, and resumes when you continue.
  • Page 101: Index

    User Manual Index Index System reset..................94 AC adapter..................12 Altitude.....................32 AT Lap....................38 Target Pace..................41 AT Pause..................40 Time....................32, 80 Average Pace................32, 80 Calories Burnt................32, 80 Chronograph...................34 Cradle....................12 Distance..................32, 80 GPS positioning................27 Heart rate..................47 Heart Rate Monitor............12, 48 , 50 HR..................32, 51 , 80 Icons....................98 Lap Pace..................32, 80 Lap Time................32, 34 , 80...
  • Page 102 GPS Sports Monitor www.epson.eu/runsense XXXXXXXXX  ©2015 Seiko Epson Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Page 103 Certification information GPS Sports Monitor Model SF-110 FCC ID BKMAP007 CAN ICES-3 B /NMB-3 B 1052F-AP007 FCC /IC Notices This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s).
  • Page 104 —Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. —Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Epson America , Inc. 3840 Kilroy Airport Way Long Beach, CA 90806 U.S.A Tel 562-290-5254...

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