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  • Page 5 HYDRA-ALERT EON-2027HS Featuring Fluid Check , Heat Index, Heart Rate Monitor HYDRA-ALERT EON-2028HS Featuring Fluid Check , Heat Index, Heart Rate Monitor and 2-Way PC communication HRM PC Part I Getting to Know Hydra-Alert Part II How to Operate Your...
  • Page 6 Mission Statement At Acumen we have listened to what people such as yourself have been asking for in fitness equipment and are committed to your satisfaction. We know you will enjoy all of the innovative features of the Hydra-Alert and the ease of use incorporated into our products.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Part I Getting to Know Your Hydra-Alert Hydra-Alert Features ... What's in Your Package ... Buttons and Functions ... Overview ... Getting Going ... Charging the Battery Attaching Your Heart Rate Monitor Part II How to Operate Your Hydra-Alert Time, Calendar, Heat Index Mode ... To View Anolog Time, Digital Time, Calendar, Humidity, Temperature &...
  • Page 8 Quick Reset Stopwatch & Entering Basic Settings Clear the Memory Basic Settings for Exercise Program Mode ... How to Connect Your Watch with the PC (Optional for EON-2027HS) ... Installing the software Connecting the watch with PC Part III Technical Reference Target Zone &...
  • Page 9: Part I Getting To Know Your Hydra-Alert

    Part I Getting to Know Your Hydra-Alert...
  • Page 10: Hydra-Alert Features

    Hydra-Alert Features Fluid Check for Safeguarding Against Dehydration Build-in sensor for detecting Temperature and Humidity 2-Way PC Communication (USB)(Optional) Display Heat Index MAX MET (VO2 MAX) Calibration Fitness Index Heart Rate Monitoring Three separate EZ-Set Target Zone with Visual and Audible alarms Records and Display Time Below / Above / Within TZ In-Zone-Goal Count Down Timer (0-60 min) Heart Rate Sampling: 5, 15, 30, 60 sec or 5 min...
  • Page 11 System Requirements: Windows 98 (2 edition) or Newer Hard Disk 50 MB Free (min.) Ram: 64MB (min.) USB Port Required All PC downloading related function are optional for EON-2027HS. Ask Your Dealer for the Optional Activity Manager PC Software Kit.
  • Page 12: What's In Your Package

    What's in Your Package EON-2027HS package includes: A. EON-2027HS Watch B. Wireless ECG-Accurate Transmitter Belt C. CrossTrack Software for easily Monitoring and Tracking Process D. Instruction Manual E. Body Fluid Monitoring Guide F. Charger G. Charger Connector H. AC / DC Transformer I.
  • Page 13 EON-2028HS package includes: A. EON-2028HS Watch B. Wireless ECG-Accurate Transmitter Belt C. CrossTrack Software for easily Monitoring and Tracking Process D. Instruction Manual E. Body Fluid Monitoring Guide F. Activity Manager PC Software G. PC Interface and Charger H. PC Interface and Charger Connector I.
  • Page 15: Buttons And Functions

    Buttons and Functions /SET Button MODE/NXT Button Definition of the buttons: Night Lite STR/LAP: Start/Lap /SET Button - Press momentarily to activate the light for 3 seconds; - Press & hold for 3 seconds to enter or exit the set mode; to enter or exit the Program Mode from the analog time display.
  • Page 16 /STR/LAP Button - Press momentarily to start the stopwatch; to record a lap when the stopwatch is running; to increase the digits in the Setting Mode (press and hold to change it fast) /STP/RESET/ - Press momentarily to stop the stopwatch; to decrease the digits in the Setting Mode (press and hold to change it fast).
  • Page 17: Overview

    Overview MODE/NXT Button When displayed in the following sequence: /SET /STR/LAP Button Button MODE/NXT /STP/RESET/ Button Button Time, Calendar and Heat Index Mode Press Button Mode Fluid Check Set Fluid Loss Related Settings) Press Button Press & hold Select TZ Mode Press Button Press &...
  • Page 18: Getting Going

    Step 1: Use the Connector with one end clamp to the watch and the other end connect with the PC Interface and Charger (for EON- 2028HS) or Charger (for EON-2027HS). Make sure the three pins in the clamp are properly in contact with the three contacting points on the watch.
  • Page 19 Step 2: Use the supplied Transformer, one end connect with the PC Interface and Charger (for EON-2028HS) or Charger (for EON-2027HS), the other end plug into a proper voltage AC wall outlet. When the light on the Charger turns from red to green, indicates the battery is fully charged.
  • Page 20: Attaching Your Heart Rate Monitor

    Attaching Your Heart Rate Monitor 1. Attach the adjustable strap to transmitter belt. Insert round end of clip through the hole and twist gently. (Fig.1) Fig. 1 2. Strap the transmitter belt around your chest. 3. Adjust the tension of the elastic strap to fit snugly, but comfortably around your chest (Fig.2) Fig.
  • Page 21 4. Moisten the transmitter electrodes by applying a small drop of water on each of the two contact areas. (Fig. 3) Fig. 3 Using your watch The watch does not have to be worn on your wrist to register your heart rate, but it must be within 3 feet of your transmitter belt.
  • Page 22: Part Ii How To Operate Your Hydra-Alert

    Part II How to Operate Your Hydra-Alert...
  • Page 23: Time, Calendar, Heat Index Mode

    Time, Calendar, Heat Index Mode...
  • Page 24 Time, Calendar, Heat Index Mode In this mode, user can view Time, Calendar, Time Alarm Settings, Humidity, Temperature & Heat Index reading. And Set Time, Calendar & Time Alarm.
  • Page 25 To View Analog Time, Digital Time, Calendar, Humidity, Temperature & Heat Index Starting from the Analog Time Display, press STR/LAP Button repeatedly to toggle the displays as followed: Second hand Minute hand 10 seconds Hour hand segment Analog Time Heat Index Month Weekday Digital Time...
  • Page 26 Tips: 1) Press & hold EL Button will change the Temperature Display in Fahrenheit or Celsius. 2) When you switch to the Heat Index Display (referred to page 88 to get to know the Heat Index) and its value currently at a very high level, the watch will alert you by toggling between the Heat Index value and warnings indication as followed: Range: 80 - 89...
  • Page 27 Range: 105 - 129 Range: 130 - 151 Note: Our latest formula for Hydration and Heat Index are based on the Bodies Radiant Temperature and the Humidity around the body. The values shown on your watch when it is worn on the wrist are your Bodies Radiant Temperature, Humidity around the body and the Body Heat Index.
  • Page 28: Setting The Time

    Setting the Time From the Digital Time display, press & hold SET Button seconds to enter the Set Mode. Tips: ) There are two arrows on the LCD display to indicate the Adjust Buttons. 2) If no button is pressed for 60 seconds, the watch will automatically exit the Setting Mode.
  • Page 29 Step 3 Hour (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button item. Step 4 Minute (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button item. Step 5 Second (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button - Press MODE/NXT Button Step 6 Smart Lite (blinking)
  • Page 30: Setting The Calendar

    Setting the Calendar From the Calendar Display, press & hold SET Button enter the Setting Mode. Step 1 Year (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button item. Step 2 Month (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button to adjust the value.
  • Page 31: Alarm With Event Reminder Feature

    Alarm with Event Reminder Feature...
  • Page 32: To View The Alarm Settings

    Alarm with Event Reminder Feature The Hydra-Alert operate independently. The alarm can act as your Event Reminder if you set it to a specific day or date. It will begin to beep 12 hours before the set time. It will beep and flash once every hour for the 12 hours prior to the set time.
  • Page 33: Setting The Alarm

    Setting the Alarm From the Alarm1, Alarm2 or Alarm3 Display, press & hold SET Button to enter the Setting Mode. Step 1 Alarm Day (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select the alarm days. The choices include: Daily or MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, SU or MO- FR or MO-SA or Date (e.g.
  • Page 34 Step 4 AM/PM (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select AM or PM. - Press MODE/NXT Button the next item. Step 5 Hour (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button the next item. Step 6 Minute (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button...
  • Page 35: Turning The Alarm On Or Off

    Turning the Alarm ON or OFF From the Alarm1, Alarm2 or Alarm3 Display, press & hold STP/ RESET Button to turn the alarm on or off. ON status is indicated by a" See the following figures: Alarm is turned on Note: 1) If youíve set the Alarm Time in Setting Mode, the alarms will automatically turn to ON.
  • Page 36: Fluid Check Mode

    Fluid Check Mode...
  • Page 37 Fluid Check Mode From the Analog Time display, press MODE/NXT Button one time to enter the Fluid Check Mode. In this mode you can turn on/off Fluid Loss function, set MET Parameter, set Drink Interval Timer and calibrating your personal MET Value.
  • Page 38: Getting To Know Fluid Loss

    Getting to Know Fluid Loss When exercising, your body regulates temperature through sweat loss, heat radiation and respiration. Dehydration reduces maximal aerobic power and endurance performance. Greater dehydration results with greater decrements in performance. The Fluid Check feedback to you with respect to your dehydration level. See page 93 for Fluid Check Monitoring Tips and Guidelines.
  • Page 39: Fluid Loss Related Settings

    Fluid Loss Related Settings Step 1 Fluid Loss ON or OFF (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select "ON" or "OFF". - Press MODE/NXT Button next item if it is set to ON. If it is set to OFF, press the button will enter the Select TZ Mode.
  • Page 40 Step 3 Exercise Intensity (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select HI (High), MED (Medium) or LO (Low). - Press MODE/NXT Button Step 4 MET Parameter (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. (Refer to page 92 to determine your MET Parameter).
  • Page 41: Personal Met Calibration (Max Met (Vo2 Max) Calibration)

    Personal MET Calibration (Max MET (VO2 Max) Calibration) Your body fluid loss and calorie consumption are determined by your metabolism level. And it is very drastically from one individual to another. For better estimation, you are recommended to calibrate your MET value in the watch before exercise.
  • Page 42 completed (i.e. a circle is displayed). Step 3 - Press MODE/NXT Button Note: 1) When recording the rest heart rate, press any button will have no respondence except 2) If no heart rate signal is detected during recording, the watch will display the "REST HR ERR"...
  • Page 43 Step 1 M or Mi (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select 1600 M or 1 Mile. - Press MODE/NXT Button step. Step 2 Stopwatch (displayed) - Press STR/LAP Button - Press STP/Reset Button Step 3 When Stopped the Stopwatch - Press MODE/NXT Button Note: If no heart rate is detected, the watch displays...
  • Page 44: Select Target Zone (Tz) Mode

    Select Target Zone (TZ) Mode...
  • Page 45 Select Target Zone (TZ) Mode Freezes for two seconds From the Analog Time Display, press MODE/NXT Button two times to enter the Select TZ Mode. There are three Heart Rate Target Zones in the watch. In this mode, you can select Heart Rate Training Zone, Set Target Zone Limit, Out of Target Zone alarm, and Heart Rate Sampling Interval Time.
  • Page 46: Getting To Know The Three Target Zones (Tz)

    Getting to know the three Target Zones (TZ) In order to benefit the most from your workout, you need to become familiar with your Heart Rate Target Zone. For most people, as your heart rate exceeds the upper limit, your body begins to become anaerobic and produce acids.
  • Page 47: Setting The Heart Rate Limits For Each Zone

    In the Select TZ Mode: - Press STR/LAP Button & Zone1. - Press SET Button repeatedly to toggle Maximum heart rate display in BPM (beats per minute) and percentage. Setting the Heart Rate Limits for Each Zone Select your desired T arget Zone, press & hold SET Button setting mode.
  • Page 48: Setting The Target Zone Alarm

    Step 2 Upper Limit (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 3 Lower Limit (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button to the Heart Rate Mode. Note: Press SET Button Percentage of your Maximum Heart Rate in the Setting Mode.
  • Page 49: Interval Timer Mode

    Interval Timer Mode...
  • Page 50: Interval Timer Mode

    Interval Timer Mode From the Analog Time Display press MODE/NXT Button three times to enter the Interval Timer Mode. This mode is used to quickly set the Interval Timers.
  • Page 51: Setting The Interval Timer

    Interval Timer is used to signal time elapsed during the exercise. The watch includes two Interval Timers and it runs in sequence. If it is set to ON, it will be displayed in the Chrono Mode replacing the stopwatch. Interval Timers are commonly used to time individual segments during interval or sprint training, or, for timing a pacing goal for segment, etc.
  • Page 52 Step 2 Number of Cycle (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value for continuously ) - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 3 Time for Timer1 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value (range, 5 - 59 seconds or 60 minutes).
  • Page 53: Chrono Mode

    Chrono Mode...
  • Page 54: Chrono Mode

    Chrono Mode Freezes for two seconds From the Analog Time Display press MODE/NXT Button four times to enter the Chrono Mode. In this mode, you can activate/ deactivate/ reset Stopwatch, Record and Store Exercise Data, activate/ deactivate Out of Target Zone Alarm.
  • Page 55: Heart Rate Display

    Heart Rate display When the watch detects your heart rate, it will be displayed on the lower screen in the Chrono Mode as followed: Blinking " " displayed and flashing means that the heart rate receiver is activated. Blinking " " displayed and flashing means that heart rate signal is being received. Blinking "...
  • Page 56: Record A Lap

    Record a Lap - While the stopwatch is running, press STR/LAP Button lap and start the new lap. The watch will freeze the display of the first lap for 7 seconds before displaying the new lap. - If you want to re-select the Heart Rate Training Zone or re-set the Interval Timer before the next lap, stop the present lap by pressing STP/RESET Button Chrono Mode, (it shows the total exercise time) you can start the...
  • Page 57: Start The Interval Timer

    Interval Timer number - To start the Interval Timer by pressing STR/LAP Button automatically record the data of each interval timer as a lap. - To stop/pause the Interval Timer by pressing STP/RESET Button total elapsed time is displayed. - To re-set the Interval Timer, you need press STP/RESET Button it with storing the data as a lap, then press MODE/NXT Button repeatedly to go into the Interval Timer Mode and set it.
  • Page 58 - When the stopwatch is stopped and has already reset to zero, press & hold STP/RESET Button 2. In-Zone-Goal Countdown Timer Alarm You can set a goal time for being in your Target Zone. This In-Zone-Goal Countdown Timer is set while in the Recall Data Mode or the Program Mode.
  • Page 59: Other Operations During The Exercise

    Other Operations During the Exercise 1. When a Lap is going on and the stopwatch is running: - Press MODE/NXT Button Mode, Fluid Loss Display, * Fluid Loss Settings and Recall Data Mode. See the figures below: Chrono Mode Fluid Loss Settings only shown if you have not calibrate the MET value in the watch or no heart rate signal is detected by the watch.) repeatedly will circle around the Chrono Fluid Loss Display...
  • Page 60 If you do not have a calibrated MET value or put on a HR transmitter, the watch will only use your pre-set MET value or our default value (Aerobic with Medium Intensity). Please make sure to re-select your exercise type and intensity every time with the procedure mentioned above.
  • Page 61 3. When a session is finished and stored the exercise data (the stopwatch is reset to zero): That means youíve exit exercise section of the monitor and all the Modes can be shown. From the Chrono Mode, press MODE/NXT Button two times to return to the Analog Time Display.
  • Page 62: Recall Data Mode

    Recall Data Mode...
  • Page 63: Recall Data Mode

    Recall Data Mode Freezes for two seconds From the Analog Time Display press MODE/NXT Button five times to enter the Recall Data Mode. In this mode you can review and delete the exercise data, and quick set the watch.
  • Page 64: Review Data During The Exercise

    Review Data During the Exercise While the stopwatch is running or paused, enter the Recall Data Mode and press STR/LAP Button Real Time Maximum Heart Rate to be continued Note: - If no button is pressed after entering the Recall Data Mode, the watch will display the real time for 3 seconds and back to Chrono Mode automatically.
  • Page 65 Average Heart Rate Total Time & Average Heart Rate You can quickly quit the Recall Data Mode and go to the Chrono Mode by pressing STP/RESET Button Note: The watch has 99 laps display. When it goes over 99 laps, it will start from lap 1 again, and it will keep 1 session and the last 50 laps in memory.
  • Page 66: Review Data After The Exercise

    Review Data After the Exercise You can review your exercise data after the stopwatch is stopped and data is stored into memory. The displaying sequence is as followed: - Press STR/LAP Button - Press STP/RESET Button Fluid Check Mode. Month/Date Date &...
  • Page 67 Total Exercise Time & Average Heart Rate Time in below Zone1 Exercise Time & Average Time & Average Heart Rate of the First Lap (for Zone1) In-Zone Time for Zone1 Time & Average Heart Rate Heart Rate for Zone1 of the Last Lap (for Zone1) In-Zone Time for Zone2 The displays are not shown if no heart rate signal is detected.) Time in above Zone1...
  • Page 68 Time in below Zone2 Time in Above Zone3 Time in Below Zone3 The displays are not shown if no heart rate signal is detected.) Exercise Time & Average Heart Rate for Zone2 In-Zone Time for Zone3 Exercise Time & Average Heart Rate for Zone3 Time &...
  • Page 69: Quick Reset Stopwatch & Entering Basic Settings

    Time & Average Heart Rate of the First Lap (for Zone3) Quick Reset Stopwatch & Entering Basic Settings At any time from the real time display in Recall Data Mode, press & hold SET Button will enter the Reset Stopwatch Mode and the "RESET" is displayed for indication.
  • Page 70: Clear The Memory

    Clear the Memory You can clear the stored exercise data in the Recall Data Mode. Press & hold STP/RESET Button "RESET DATA" appears. Press STR/LAP Button an arrow to clear all the exercise data. See the figures below: Date of Exercise Display in Recall Data Mode Basic Settings for Exercise From the Recall Data Mode, after clearing the memory, press &...
  • Page 71 Step 2 Cycle (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. (range, 1~9 and C i.e. continuously ) - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 3 Time for Timer1 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. (Range, 5 - 59 seconds or 60 minutes) - Press MODE/NXT Button next item.
  • Page 72 Step 5 In- Zone Goal Count Down Timer (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value (Range: OFF or 5~60 minutes). - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 6 Fluid Loss Unit (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select OZ (Ounce) or ML (Milliliter).
  • Page 73 Step 9 Weight Unit (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to select KG or Lbs. - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 10 Weight Value (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 11 Maximum Heart Rate (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button...
  • Page 74 Step 15 Upper Limit for Zone 2 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button item. Step 16 Lower Limit for Zone 2 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button item.
  • Page 75 Step 17 Upper Limit for Zone 3 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button next item. Step 18 Lower Limit for Zone 3 (blinking) - Press STR/LAP Button Button to adjust the value. - Press MODE/NXT Button next item.
  • Page 76: Program Mode

    Program Mode...
  • Page 77 Program Mode From the Analog Time Display press & hold SET Button to enter the Program Mode. This mode includes most of the settings in the watch.
  • Page 78 To set the watch according to the following sequence: - Press MODE/NXT Button - Press STR/LAP Button - Press SET Button maximum heart rate. to be continued to proceed to the next item. or STP/RESET Button to select heart rate limit in BPM or percent of your to adjust the value.
  • Page 79 Note: Press STR/LAP Button Press SET Button to select heart rate limit in BPM or percent of your maximum heart rate. or STP/RESET Button to be continued to adjust the value.
  • Page 80 Note: Press STR/LAP Button Press SET Button maximum heart rate. or STP/RESET Button to select heart rate limit in BPM or percent of your to be continued to adjust the value.
  • Page 81 Note: Press STR/LAP Button Press SET Button to select heart rate limit in BPM or percent of your maximum heart rate. or STP/RESET Button to be continued to adjust the value.
  • Page 82 When finished with the setting, press MODE/NXT Button Analog Time Display. Note: During the Setting, press & hold SET Button Setting Mode. to return to the at any time to exit the...
  • Page 83 How to Connect Your Watch with the PC (Optional for EON-2027HS)
  • Page 84: Installing The Software

    Step 2: Installation screen will appear in monitor. Refer to the screen instructions to complete installing the software. Step 3: Running the software. Click Start | Program | ACUMEN | Activity Manager | Activity Manager Connecting the Watch with PC...
  • Page 85 Step 1: Clamp PC Interface & Charger Connector to your watch with one other end connects with the PC Interface & Charger. Make sure the three pins in the clamp are properly in contact with the three contacting points on the watch. (as shown in Figure 1) Fig.1 Step 2: Plug the USB connector to your PC with the other end to the PC Interface and Charger.
  • Page 86: Part Iii Technical Reference

    Part III Technical Reference...
  • Page 87: Target Zone & Fitness Training

    Target Zone & Fitness Training...
  • Page 88 Target Zone & Fitness Training Determining Your Target Zone What is Target Zone Heart Rate Training? In order to benefit the most from your workout, you need to become familiar with your heart rate training zone. By working within the correct range, you will achieve your fitness goals and strengthen your cardiovascular system in less time.
  • Page 89 TARGET ZONE CALCULATION FORMULA 207 - Your age For a 30 year old person, your calculations would be as follows: 207 - 30 65% of this number = 121 85% of this number = 158 The calculated exercise range for a 30 year old would be a low of 121 and a high of 158 beats per minute.
  • Page 90 Stretching Begin and end every workout with stretching. Stretching done before your workout increases flexibility to help prevent muscle strain or injury and stretching after, loosens tight muscles and helps prevent soreness. Stretch before warm up & after cool down. Stretch slowly &...
  • Page 91 The Aerobic Zone: 65- 85% This range is recommended for those in good physical condition who have been exercising on a consistent basis for an extended period of time. Exercising at this range helps improve your fitness level and prevent injury caused from over training.
  • Page 92: Getting To Know Heat Index

    Getting to Know Heat Index...
  • Page 93 Getting to Know Heat Index High humidity makes heat more dangerous because it slows the evaporation of perspiration-the body's natural cooler. That caused outdoor exercise more dangerous even for those in good shape. Key rules for coping with heat are to drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and to slow down and cool off.
  • Page 94 How Temperature and Humidity Combine to Make If Feel Hotter Ultra Danger 109 121 106 113 121 130 140 105 109 115 122 109 114 120 127 104 107 112 116 122 101 104 94 94 95 97 99 102 105 109 113 118 123 90 90 90 86 86 85 85 86 86 87 89 90 92 94 96 99 82 82 81 81 82 82 82 83 84 85 86 87 89 90 92 94 96 99...
  • Page 95: Determining Your Met Parameter

    Determining Your MET Parameter...
  • Page 96: Determining Your Met Parameter

    Determining Your MET Parameter If you do not find the particular activity in your watch, refer to a similar exercise type and look for the corresponding parameter from the table below to set your watch. (Refer to page 36 to set the MET Parameter.) Exercise AEROBICS BASKETBALL...
  • Page 97: How To Calculate Your Fluid Loss

    How to Calculate Your Fluid Loss...
  • Page 98: How To Calculate Your Fluid Loss

    How to Calculate Your Fluid Loss Calorie/ minute =(3.5 x EF x Body weight x Heart rate factor) / 200 Heart rate factor: 0.95, HR < 65% Max. HR 1.0, HR = 65-85% Max. HR 1.05, HR > 85% Max. HR EF: Exercise Factor (2-20) Body Weight in kg: 30-250kg or 50-500lbs (1kg = 2.21lbs) Fluid Loss (Ounce) / Hour = (Kcal Per Hour * T + H 2) / 1450...
  • Page 99: Body Fluid Check Monitoring Tips And Guidelines

    Body Fluid Check Monitoring Tips and Guidelines...
  • Page 100 Body Fluid Check Monitoring Tips and Guidelines Hydra-Alert The ACUMEN provides an indication of the level of dehydration. The purpose of the dehydration reading is to remind an individual to drink fluids. It takes the human body 12 to 24 hours to replace fluids from heat and exercise.
  • Page 101 Use of the dehydration indicator on the an individual develop a regimen to maintain appropriate levels of hydration. ACUMEN Hydra-Alert will help...
  • Page 102: Specifications

    Specifications...
  • Page 103 Specifications Shock Resistant Standard shock resistance. Water Resistance 98 feet (or 30 meters). Not intended for diving. Operating Temperature 32 F to 122 F (0 C to 50 C) Heart Rate Range 20-240 BPM Heart Rate Transmitter/Receiver Distance 0-34 inches Battery Type Chest Transmitter: Lithium CR 2050 or CR 2032 Watch: Rechargeable Lithium LIR 2032...
  • Page 104: Technical Display Guide

    Technical Display Guide...
  • Page 105: Technical Display Guide

    Technical Display Guide Display Items Time Time Alarm Date Chrono Weight Unit Weight KG In-Zone-Goal Count Down Timer TZ Alarm Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Drink Interval Humidity Temperature Fluid Loss Heat Index MET Parameter Exercise Type Max MET (VO2 MAX) Smart Lite Default Setting 12/24 HR.Clock...
  • Page 106: Part Iv Precautions, Warranty, Service And Repair

    Part IV Precautions, Warranty, Service and Repair...
  • Page 107: General Precautions

    General Precautions Do not operate buttons under water Although your monitor is water resistant, be sure that you do not operate the buttons under water as pressure can cause them to leak. Dry off watch after use Moisture can affect the Temperature and Heat Index reading. Please dry off your watch after use.
  • Page 108 Caution: Global Reset will CLEAR UP EVERYTHING which Include your Personal Settings and Personal MET Calibration Value. Battery Replacement We recommend that you take it to a local jewelry store in order to insure it will maintain its water resistance. Improper battery replacement or service will void the warranty.
  • Page 109: Limited Warranty

    (with the exception of batteries and elastic chest strap) against defects in workmanship and material. During that period, these defects will be repaired or the product will be replaced at Acumen Inc. Ìs option without charge. This warranty covers normal consumer usage and does...
  • Page 110: Service And Repair

    An explanation of the malfunction or reason for return. e. Seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50) Check or Money Order payable to Acumen Inc. for return postage and handling. f. To insure prompt "In warranty" service, be sure to include proof of date of purchase.
  • Page 111 Executive Drive Suite 100 Sterling, VA 20166 USA All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be used or reproduced in any form or by any means without prior written permission of ACUMEN, INC. Acumen & EZ-Set Target Zone & Fluid Check are trademarks of Acumen, Inc.

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