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User's Manual
First Issue November 2012

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    User's Manual First Issue November 2012...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    Click the page number to jump to the target page. Trademarks EPSON and EXCEED YOUR VISION are registered trademarks of the Seiko Epson Corporation. The official name for Windows® is the Microsoft® Windows® Operating System. Windows® 7 is a product name of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America.

  • Page 3: Measuring Using This Device

    Measuring Using this Device Three measurement functions This device has three types of measurement function; chronograph, exercise, and interval. Chronograph ( This 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 ( 21).

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ............................2 Measuring Using this Device ......................3 Using this Device Safely........................7 Chapter 1 Getting Ready ....................... 12 1-1 Checking the supplied items ....................13 1-2 Charging ............................14 1-3 Basic operations .........................18 1-4 Measurable items ........................21 1-5 Measuring function for the device ..................23 1-6 Setting GPS (GPS search) ......................24 Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function ..............

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    Chapter 6 Measuring Distance and Pace with the Stride Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) ... 58 6-1 About the stride sensor ......................59 6-2 Enabling the stride sensor .....................60 Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) ..........62 7-1 About heart rate measurements ..................63 7-2 Wearing the HR sensor set .....................64 7-3 Pairing............................65 7-4 Enabling the HR sensor ......................67...

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    Chapter 11 Maintenance .......................125 11-1 Performing maintenance ....................126 11-2 Replacing the battery ......................127 11-3 Product specifications ......................128 Chapter 12 Troubleshooting ....................130 12-1 Dealing with problems ...................... 131 12-2 Resetting the system ......................135 12-3 Contacting us about this product .................. 136 12-4 After service ...........................

  • Page 7: Using This Device Safely

    Using this Device Safely To use this device safely, make sure you read the User's Manual before use. If you do not follow the content of the User's Manual, a problem or accident could occur. · When using this device abroad, check conditions such as laws and regulations for the country/region.

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    Notes on Usage About the Device and Accessories Warning Exercise according to your own physical condition. It is dangerous to exercise suddenly or excessively. If you feel nauseous or if your physical condition alters while exercising, stop exercising and contact a doctor.

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    Notes on Usage About the Cradle and the AC Adapter Warning Make sure the plug is fully inserted. Otherwise an electric shock or fire could occur. When you are not using the AC adapter, unplug it from the electrical outlet. Also, make sure you clean the plug periodically. If you hear thunder, unplug it from the electrical outlet immediately.

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    Notes on Usage About the HR Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) Read when using the HR (heart rate) sensor function. This device contains a wireless function. When using the HR sensor, this function wirelessly sends and receives heart rate measurement data to the device. This device has been classified as a small electronic data communication system based on Radio Law.

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    Notes on Usage About the HR Sensor Battery Note the following points regarding the HR sensor battery. Warning If the battery is accidentally swallowed, contact your doctor immediately. Caution Be careful not to injure yourself when replacing the battery. When disposing of the battery, follow your local laws and regulations. When replacing the battery, only use the type of battery specified.

  • Page 12: Getting Ready

    Getting Ready Chapter 1-1 Checking the supplied items 1-2 Charging 1-3 Basic operations 1-4 Measurable items 1-5 Measuring function for the device 1-6 Setting GPS (GPS search) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 13: Checking The Supplied Items

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-1 Checking the supplied items Make sure you check that all of the following items have been supplied with this product. If there is anything missing, contact your local dealer. Main device (One of the models that you purchased.) SS-700 SS-500 SS-300...

  • Page 14: Charging

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-2 Charging During use 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 and cause a malfunction. If the device is dirty from water or sweat, use low pressure water from a faucet to wash the contact points, wipe away most of the water with a towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally before placing it in the cradle.

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    Connect the cradle and the AC adapter with the USB cable. Place the product into the cradle. Check that the direction of the EPSON logo on the device matches the EPSON logo on the cradle, and then press until it is fixed in place.

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready When charging is complete, remove the device from the cradle. When charging is complete, the display changes from [Charging] to [Charged]. Although the standard charge time from completely empty to fully charged is 2.5 to 3.5 hours, this may change depending on the usage situation and environment.

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready · When the battery is running low, the time display screen is displayed even when the measurement screen or [Menu] screen are selected, and the buttons do not function. Nothing is displayed when the battery runs out. Charge the battery right away. ·...

  • Page 18: Basic Operations

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-3 Basic operations To change the display to English, set [Menu] - [Settings] - [Sys. Settings] - [Language] to [English]. Button names and basic operations You can select the measurement screen and the settings screen from the [Menu]. This section explains the button names and operations when each screen is selected.

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready [Menu] screen Light on Displays the [Menu] list. Select (top) to highlight the target function, and then press Select (bottom) Confirm selection Displays the [Menu] level moves to the right as you move through the menu screens.) Measurement screen/Settings screen Example screen: Displays each function screen.

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready Icons on the measurement screen Icons for each type of measurement, such as chronograph, exercise, and interval, are displayed at the left and right edges of the screen, as well as the signal status for the GPS and sensors.

  • Page 21: Measurable Items

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-4 Measurable items Items that can be measured by each measurement function for chronograph, exercise, and interval change according to the settings for the GPS signal (GPS on/off ), stride sensor, and the HR sensor. Measurable items SS-700/SS-500/ SS-700/SS-500 only SS-300...

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready Items measurable by the HR sensor settings (SS-700 and SS-500 only) HR sensor status Measurement item (Display name) Lap HR (HR Lap) Average HR (HR Avg) You can purchase the HR sensor set for the SS-500 as an optional item.

  • Page 23: Measuring Function For The Device

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-5 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 24: Setting Gps (gps Search)

    Chapter 1 Getting Ready 1-6 Setting GPS (GPS search) When changing to each measurement function for chronograph, exercise, and interval, the device receives a signal from the GPS and assigns a GPS to be used for measurements (GPS search). While performing a GPS search, make sure you are outside with no obstructions overhead, and try to keep the device as still as possible.

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    Chapter 1 Getting Ready · It usually takes within two minutes to complete a GPS search. If the GPS search does not finish after three minutes or more, you may be in an environment where GPS signals cannot be received. Select [Cancel] to stop the search, and then try again in another location.

  • Page 26: Using The Chronograph Function

    Using the Chronograph Function Chapter 2-1 About the chronograph function 2-2 Using the chronograph screen 2-3 Measuring 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 27: About The Chronograph Function

    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function 2-1 About the chronograph function What is the chronograph function? This function allows you to measure split times and lap times simultaneously. Split time : Progress time from start to a specific point Lap time : Time for each lap Split time Lap time Start...

  • Page 28: Using The Chronograph Screen

    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function 2-2 Using the chronograph screen When you change to the chronograph screen, the device performs a GPS search ( 24). Make sure you perform the search outside with no obstructions overhead. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Chronograph], and then press When the GPS search is complete, the chronograph screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function · It usually takes within two minutes to complete a GPS search. If the GPS search does not finish after three minutes or more, you may be in an environment where GPS signals cannot be received. Select [Cancel] to stop the search, and then try again in another location.

  • Page 30: Measuring

    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function 2-3 Measuring Measure Press to start measuring. is displayed on the measurement screen. Press to measure the lap time. The lap screen is displayed for 20 seconds, and then the measurement screen is displayed. Measurement screen Measurement screen Lap screen...

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    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function Display screen view Lap screen Lap number (LAP -) Number of lap measurements (Section measurement) Lap time (Time) Elapsed time for specific point Lap distance (Dist.) Distance for each section Lap pace (Pace) Average pace for each section (time required for 1 km) Press while measuring to stop measuring.

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    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function · After resetting, hold down for a few seconds to update GPS data and return to the [Menu] screen. By updating the GPS data, the GPS measurement data is recorded. The recorded data is used to increase the measurement accuracy for distance and pace. ·...

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    Chapter 2 Using the Chronograph Function Changing the chronograph screen During chronograph measurement, three items are displayed on one screen. There are three measurement screens available. You can change screens by pressing . Chronograph screen Screen 1 Distance (Dist.) Split time (Spl) Pace Chronograph screen Chronograph screen...

  • Page 34: Using The Exercise Function

    Using the Exercise Function Chapter 3-1 About the exercise function 3-2 Setting the target pace 3-3 Using the exercise screen 3-4 Starting the exercise function 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 35: About The Exercise Function

    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function 3-1 About the exercise function What is the exercise function? This function allows you to exercise and check how close you are to your target pace. By setting a target pace in advance, the device indicates if you are exceeding your target while exercising.

  • Page 36: Setting The Target Pace

    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function 3-2 Setting the target pace Set the target time for your running exercise per kilometer in [Target Pace] from [Settings]. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [Target Pace], and then press The [Target Pace] settings screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function to set the target pace, and then press Set the target pace for your exercise shown on the top row of the screen. You can set the target pace in increments of 0'01'/km within a range of 1'00" to 15'00"/km.

  • Page 38: Using The Exercise Screen

    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function 3-3 Using the exercise screen When you change to the exercise screen, the device performs a GPS search ( 24). Make sure you perform the search outside with no obstructions overhead. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Exercise], and then press When the GPS search is complete, the exercise screen is displayed.

  • Page 39: Starting The Exercise Function

    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function 3-4 Starting the exercise function Measure Press to start exercise measurements. is displayed on the measurement screen. When you start exercising, values, the current evaluation, and a bar are displayed, and they change as you exercise. Press while measuring to stop measuring.

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    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function Press while measuring has been stopped to reset the measurement display. When you reset the display, the values return to zero allowing you to start the next measurement. Data that has been measured up to that point is stored in the device's memory. ·...

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    Chapter 3 Using the Exercise Function Changing the exercise screen Press to change to the chronograph screen while measuring exercise. Exercise screen Chronograph screen Chronograph screen Screen 3 Screen 1 Distance (Dist.) Distance (Dist.) Calories burnt (Cal.) Split time (Spl) Pace Pace Chronograph screen...

  • Page 42: Using The Interval Function

    Using the Interval Function Chapter 4-1 About the interval function 4-2 Setting interval conditions 4-3 Using the interval screen 4-4 Starting interval exercises 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 43: About The Interval Function

    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function 4-1 About the interval function What is the interval function? This function allows you to perform sets of hard (sprint) and light (rest) exercise. You can set the distance and time, and create an exercise menu. An alarm notifies you of a change between sprint and rest times.

  • Page 44: Setting Interval Conditions

    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function 4-2 Setting interval conditions You can set the length and a number of times to repeat a set of sprints and rests from [Interval] in [Settings]. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function to highlight [Distance] or [Time], and then press Select whether to set the distance or time for the sprint. After pressing , the screen for setting the length for the sprint is displayed. to set the length for the sprint, and then press You can set the kilometers in increments of 0.1 km within a range of 0.1 to 5.0 km, and you can set the time in increments of one minute within a range of 1’00”...

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function to set the length for the rest, and then press You can set the kilometers in increments of 0.1 km within a range of 0.1 to 5.0 km, and you can set the time in increments of one minute within a range of 1’00”...

  • Page 47: Using The Interval Screen

    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function 4-3 Using the interval screen When you change to the interval screen, the device performs a GPS search ( 24). Make sure you perform the search outside with no obstructions overhead. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Interval], and then press When the GPS search is complete, the interval screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function · It usually takes within two minutes to complete a GPS search. If the GPS search does not finish after three minutes or more, you may be in an environment where GPS signals cannot be received. Select [Cancel] to stop the search, and then try again in another location.

  • Page 49: Starting Interval Exercises

    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function 4-4 Starting interval exercises Interval measurement screen Available buttons Start/Stop/Restart measurements Go to the next sprint or rest/ Reset (stop measuring) Change screen/Return to the [Menu] (hold down) Display screen view Sprint screen Current exercise status (sprint) Current distance/Set distance Current time/Set time Current number of exercise routines/...

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function Measure Press to start interval measurements. is displayed on the measurement screen. When the sprint distance (or sprint time) has passed, an alarm sounds and the rest screen is automatically displayed. Also, when the rest distance (or rest time) has passed, an alarm sounds and the sprint screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function Press while measuring to stop measuring. is displayed on the measurement screen. Press to start measuring again. Finishes measuring. Exercise the set number of repeats. Once you have exercised for the set number of repeats, [Finish] is displayed on the screen. If you want to finish while exercising, press to stop measuring.

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function Press while measuring has been stopped to reset the measurement display. When you reset the display, values, such as the number of exercise routines, return to zero allowing you to start the next measurement. Data that has been measured up to that point is stored in the device's memory.

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    Chapter 4 Using the Interval Function Changing the interval screen If you press during interval measurements, the chronograph screen is displayed. Interval screen Chronograph screen Chronograph screen Screen 3 Screen 1 Distance (Dist.) Distance (Dist.) Calories burnt (Cal.) Split time (Spl) Pace Pace Chronograph screen...

  • Page 54: Checking Measurement Data Using The Recall Function

    Checking Measurement Data Using the Recall Function Chapter 5-1 Measurement data that can be checked in recall 5-2 Checking measurement data 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 55: Measurement Data That Can Be Checked In Recall

    Chapter 5 Checking Measurement Data Using the Recall Function 5-1 Measurement data that can be checked in recall You can check measured data by using the [Recall] function. The measurement data displayed includes the split time screen and each lap time screen. Measurement start time Measurement start date Split time screen...

  • Page 56: Checking Measurement Data

    Chapter 5 Checking Measurement Data Using the Recall Function 5-2 Checking measurement data Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Recall], and then press The data list screen is displayed. The data list screen displays the date and measured distances. to highlight the data you want to check, and then press The confirmation screen for the selected date is displayed.

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    Chapter 5 Checking Measurement Data Using the Recall Function to check the data. Screen 1 displays the split time, and screen 2 displays the lap time. Screen 1 (Split) From screen 2 (Lap 1) (Lap 2) After checking the data, press to return to the data list screen.

  • Page 58: Measuring Distance And Pace With The Stride Sensor (ss-700/ss-500 Only)

    Measuring Distance and Pace with the Stride Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) Chapter 6-1 About the stride sensor 6-2 Enabling the stride sensor 2 3 4 5 9 10 1112...

  • Page 59: About The Stride Sensor

    Chapter 6 Measuring Distance and Pace with the Stride Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 6-1 About the stride sensor Measuring with the stride sensor By using the built-in stride sensor, you can measure distance and pace even in locations that cannot receive GPS signals, such as tunnels or buildings. Stride sensor measurements are only available for the SS-700/SS-500.

  • Page 60: Enabling The Stride Sensor

    Chapter 6 Measuring Distance and Pace with the Stride Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 6-2 Enabling the stride sensor Enable the stride sensor from [Stride] in [Settings]. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [Stride], and then press The [Stride] settings screen is displayed.

  • Page 61

    Chapter 6 Measuring Distance and Pace with the Stride Sensor (SS-700/SS-500 Only) to highlight [ON], and then press After confirming the selection, the [Settings] screen is displayed. When [Stride] is set to [ON], is displayed on the chronograph, exercise, and interval measurement screen.

  • Page 62: Measuring Heart Rate (ss-700/ss-500 Only)

    Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) Chapter 7-1 About heart rate measurements 7-2 Wearing the HR sensor set 7-3 Pairing 7-4 Enabling the HR sensor 7-5 Replacing the battery for the HR sensor 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 1112...

  • Page 63: About Heart Rate Measurements

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 7-1 About heart rate measurements You can measure your heart rate by wearing the HR sensor set. HR sensor measurements are only available for the SS-700/SS-500. For the SS-700, use the set provided. For the SS-500, purchase the set as an optional item (SSHRKIT01).

  • Page 64: Wearing The Hr Sensor Set

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 7-2 Wearing the HR sensor set Wear the HR belt so that the electrode section of the HR belt is pressed against your chest. Adjust the HR belt so that it is not too tight. ·...

  • Page 65: Pairing

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 7-3 Pairing When using the HR sensor set for the first time, perform pairing while wearing the HR sensor set. Check that there are no other HR sensors close by, and then wear the HR sensor set that you want to pair ( 64).

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    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) to highlight [HR Sensor], and then press The [HR Sensor] settings screen is displayed. to highlight [Pairing], and then press When pairing is completed successfully, [Pairing Finish] is displayed. Press to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 67: Enabling The Hr Sensor

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 7-4 Enabling the HR sensor When using the HR sensor set, set [HR Sensor] to [ON]. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [HR Sensor], and then press The [HR Sensor] settings screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) to highlight [ON], and then press After confirming the selection, the [Settings] screen is displayed. When [HR Sensor] is set to [ON], is displayed on the chronograph, exercise, and interval measurement screen. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 69

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) · If is flashing, check that you are wearing the HR sensor set correctly ( 64). · The examples used while checking the HR (heart rate) are shown in “Noting heart rate while running (SS-700/SS-500 only)” ( 113).

  • Page 70: Replacing The Battery For The Hr Sensor

    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) 7-5 Replacing the battery for the HR sensor If you cannot measure your heart rate, the battery may have run out. Replace the battery. Install a CR2032 battery in the HR sensor. Use something flat, such as a coin, to remove the battery cover.

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    Chapter 7 Measuring Heart Rate (SS-700/SS-500 Only) Insert a new battery. Make sure + is facing up. Facing up Replace the battery cover. If the internal packing has come out, close the cover after putting it back in its original position.

  • Page 72: About Settings

    About Settings Chapter 8-1 About the settings function 8-2 Screen settings 8-3 Auto lap 8-4 Auto light 8-5 Auto pause 8-6 Alarm 8-7 System settings 8-8 Clear history 8-9 User settings 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 1112...

  • Page 73: About The Settings Function

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-1 About the settings function In [Settings], you can change various settings for the device including the measurement values displayed on the chronograph screen, turn the stride sensor/ HR sensor on or off, and set targets and intervals for exercising. Make settings to suit the way you use the device.

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    Chapter 8 About Settings Function items Summary Default settings More information Alarm Set the alarm conditions for P. 85 distance, pace, and HR* (heart rate). Stride* Turns the stride sensor P. 60 measurement function on or off. HR Sensor* Turns communication with the P.

  • Page 75: Screen Settings

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-2 Screen settings You can change the measurement items displayed on each level of the chronograph screen. Display items Display item Display name Display example*1 More information Total distance from start of Distance Dist. measurements Pace Pace Current pace Lap pace...

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    Chapter 8 About Settings Screen settings Regarding the settings screen, examples of display item combinations are provided in "Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs)" ( 106). Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [Scrn.Settings], and then press The [Select Screen] is displayed.

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    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight the settings screen you want, and then press The screen allowing you to select which part of the screen (top, middle, or bottom) is displayed. to highlight the area (top, middle, or bottom) of the screen you want to select, and then press The measurement value selection screen is displayed.

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    Chapter 8 About Settings After setting the target section, use to highlight [OK], and then press Select [OK] to confirm the changed display item. After confirming the selection, the select screen is displayed. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Settings] screen.

  • Page 79: Auto Lap

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-3 Auto lap Automatically measures laps when running a fixed distance. You can turn this function on or off, and set the lap distance. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [AT Lap], and then press The [AT Lap] settings screen is displayed.

  • Page 80

    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [ON], and then press The [Lap Distance] settings screen is displayed. When [OFF] is selected, the [Settings] screen is displayed ( go to step to set the lap distance, and then press You can set the distance in increments of 0.1 kilometers from 0.1 to 10.0 km. Hold down to speed through the numbers.

  • Page 81: Auto Light

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-4 Auto light This function automatically turns on the light. You can turn this function on or off. The light automatically turns on under the following conditions. · When measuring laps using the auto lap function. ·...

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    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [AT Light], and then press The [AT Light] settings screen is displayed. to highlight [ON], and then press After confirming the selection, the [Settings] screen is displayed. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 83: Auto Pause

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-5 Auto pause Turns the auto pause function on or off. This automatically stops measuring when you stop running, and resumes when you continue running. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed.

  • Page 84

    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [ON], and then press After confirming the selection, the [Settings] screen is displayed. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen. To turn this function off, select [OFF] in step...

  • Page 85: Alarm

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-6 Alarm This sounds an alarm when you reach the distance, pace, or heart rate that you set. The alarm function allows you to select the type of alarm and the conditions under which the alarm sounds. Selecting an alarm Press to display the [Menu].

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    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight the target alarm, and then press The setting screen for the selected alarm is displayed. See the following pages for each alarm. • Distance alarm P. 87 • Pace alarm P. 89 • HR alarm P.

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    Chapter 8 About Settings Setting the distance alarm The distance alarm function notifies you when you have reached the target distance from the start of measurements. You can set the distance at which the alarm sounds. Select [Dist. Alarm] from [Menu] - [Settings] - [Alarm], and then press The [Dist.

  • Page 88

    Chapter 8 About Settings to set the distance at which the alarm sounds, and then press You can set the distance in increments of 0.1 kilometers from 0.1 to 100.0 km. Hold down to speed through the numbers. After confirming the selection, the [Alarm] function selection screen is displayed.

  • Page 89

    Chapter 8 About Settings Setting the pace alarm The pace alarm notifies you when you have reached the target pace that you set. You can set the maximum and minimum pace at which the alarm sounds. Select [Pace Alarm] from [Menu] - [Settings] - [Alarm], and then press The [Max.

  • Page 90

    Chapter 8 About Settings to set the maximum pace at which the alarm sounds, and then press You can set the pace in increments of 0'01' km within a range of 1'00" to 15'00" km. Hold down to speed through the numbers. After confirming the selection, the [Min.

  • Page 91

    Chapter 8 About Settings to set the minimum pace at which the alarm sounds, and then press You can set the pace in increments of 0'01" km within a range of 1'00" to 15'00" km. Hold down to speed through the numbers. After confirming the selection, the [Alarm] function selection screen is displayed.

  • Page 92

    Chapter 8 About Settings Setting the HR alarm (SS-700/SS-500 only) The HR alarm notifies you when you have reached the target heart rate that you set. You can set the maximum and minimum heart rate at which the alarm sounds. You need the HR sensor set to use the HR alarm ( 63).

  • Page 93

    Chapter 8 About Settings to set the maximum heart rate at which the alarm sounds, and then press You can set the HR (heart rate) in increments of 1 bpm within a range of 30 to 240 bpm. Hold down to speed through the numbers.

  • Page 94

    Chapter 8 About Settings to set the minimum heart rate at which the alarm sounds, and then press You can set the HR (heart rate) in increments of 1 bpm within a range of 30 to 240 bpm. Hold down to speed through the numbers.

  • Page 95: System Settings

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-7 System settings You can set the following functions in system settings. Function Setting items Summary Contrast 1 to 7 Adjusts the screen contrast Distance Units · km Sets distance units. · miles Time Zone +14 to -12 Sets the time zone for your location.

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    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [Sys. Settings], and then press Allows you to select settings for [Sys. Settings]. to highlight the function you want to set, and then press Displays the setting screen for each function. Setting screen for each function to highlight the value, and then press After confirming the selection, the [Sys.

  • Page 97

    Chapter 8 About Settings Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Settings] screen. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 98: Clear History

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-8 Clear history If the free space for the memory in the device is running low, the icon is displayed. You can clear the management data by performing [Clear History]. When the data has been cleared, the icon turns off.

  • Page 99

    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [Sys. Settings], and then press Allows you to select settings for [Sys. Settings]. to highlight [Clear History], and then press The [Clear History] settings screen is displayed.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [YES], and then press The "Complete" screen is displayed. Press to return to the [Sys.Settings] screen. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Settings] screen. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 101: User Settings

    Chapter 8 About Settings 8-9 User settings Sets the user's information (height, weight, date of birth, gender). This is used to calculate calories burnt. Press to display the [Menu]. to highlight [Settings], and then press The [Settings] function selection screen is displayed. to highlight [User Settings], and then press Allows you to select settings for [User Settings].

  • Page 102

    Chapter 8 About Settings to highlight [Height], and then press Displays the setting screen for [Height]. Press to enter the user's height, and then press You can set the height in increments of one centimeter from 0 to 220 cm. Hold down to speed through the numbers.

  • Page 103

    Chapter 8 About Settings Press to enter the user's weight, and then press You can set the weight in increments of one kilogram from 0 to 200 kg. Hold down to speed through the numbers. After confirming the selection, the [User Settings] screen is displayed. to highlight [DOB], and then press Displays the setting screen for [DOB Year].

  • Page 104

    Chapter 8 About Settings Press to enter the user's month of birth, and then press You can set the month from 1 to 12. Hold down to speed through the numbers. After confirming the selection, the [DOB Day] settings screen is displayed. Press to enter the user's day of birth, and then press You can set the day from 1 to 31.

  • Page 105

    Chapter 8 About Settings Press to highlight the user's gender, and then press After confirming the selection, the [User Settings] screen is displayed. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Settings] screen. Hold down for at least two seconds to return to the [Menu] screen.

  • Page 106: Usage Guide (screen Settings According To Your Needs)

    Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) Chapter 9-1 Settings on the chronograph screen 9-2 Noting distance and pace while running 9-3 Noting pitch and stride while running (SS-700/SS-500 only) 9-4 Noting targets while running 9-5 Noting heart rate while running (SS-700/SS-500 only) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 1112...

  • Page 107: Settings On The Chronograph Screen

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) 9-1 Settings on the chronograph screen You can display chronograph items on the screen according to your needs and purposes 75). This section explains how to change the display items to suit your needs. Default screen settings All three items are displayed on one screen during chronograph measurement.

  • Page 108: Noting Distance And Pace While Running

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) 9-2 Noting distance and pace while running The default screen settings when the device is purchased allow you to check distance and current pace while running. This is suitable for exercising and for competitions. Screen settings (default settings) Chronograph screen Screen 1...

  • Page 109

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) Checking the measurement screen Screen 1 is the main screen to check while running. Gives you a basic glimpse of your pace while running. Maintain an even pace from start to finish while running. You can check the distance from when you started running, the elapsed time (split time), and if you are maintaining your target pace.

  • Page 110: Noting Pitch And Stride While Running (ss-700/ss-500 Only)

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) 9-3 Noting pitch and stride while running (SS-700/SS-500 only) When running fast, there are two points to consider; the number of strides you take (Pitch) and the length of your stride (Stride). If you want to note your pitch and stride while running, we recommend using the following screen.

  • Page 111: Noting Targets While Running

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) 9-4 Noting targets while running If you want to note how close or far you are from your target pace, we recommend using the following screen. Screen settings (changing from the default settings) Change the middle and bottom sections of screen 2 from their default settings.

  • Page 112

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) Checking the measurement screen Press to change to screen 2 and then run. You can check the time difference between your current time and target time in guide time, and the difference between your current distance and target distance in guide distance.

  • Page 113: Noting Heart Rate While Running (ss-700/ss-500 Only)

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) 9-5 Noting heart rate while running (SS-700/SS-500 only) These are the recommended settings when you want to note your heart rate while running. Your heart rate increases as you increase the strength of your exercise, such as when speeding up your or running up hill.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 9 Usage Guide (Screen Settings According to Your Needs) Checking the measurement screen Press to change to screen 2 and then run. You can check your heart rate while running. Press to change to screen 3 and check the pitch and stride.

  • Page 115: Data Management Using The Web Application

    Data Management Using the Web Application Chapter 10-1 Installing the NR Uploader 10-2 Connecting the device to a computer and using NeoRun 10-3 Updating the driver software 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1112...

  • Page 116: Installing The Nr Uploader

    Follow the steps below to install NR Uploader. Install NR Uploader before connecting the device to a computer. Access the following Web site and download NR Uploader. http://www.epson.jp/download/ To upload measurement data, install the application on a computer that can connect to the Internet.

  • Page 117

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application Installation starts. Follow the on-screen instructions until the installation complete screen is displayed. When the completion screen is displayed, click [Finish].

  • Page 118

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application When a screen is displayed asking you to reboot your computer, click [Yes] to reboot. Installation is complete.

  • Page 119: Connecting The Device To A Computer And Using Neorun

    Do not place the device in the cradle if it is wet from water or sweat. Match the direction of the EPSON logo on the product with the EPSON logo on the cradle, and then press until it is fixed in place.

  • Page 120: Data Management Using The Web Application

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application Enter the login ID and password, and then click [Upload]. Data is uploaded to the Web application (NeoRun). · You need an account (login ID and password) to use the Web application (NeoRun). When using the application for the first time, click [Create Account] to create a new account.

  • Page 121: Updating The Driver Software

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application 10-3 Updating the driver software If you connect the device before installing NR Uploader, the computer may not recognize the device even after you have installed NR Uploader. If this does happen, follow the steps below to update the driver software. Connect the device to the computer.

  • Page 122

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application Click [Device Manager] from [System]. Right-click the name of this device in [Other devices], and then click [Update Driver Software].

  • Page 123

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application Click [Search automatically for updated driver software]. If a Windows security screen is displayed, click [Install this driver software anyway].

  • Page 124

    Chapter 10 Data Management Using the Web Application When installation is complete, click [Close]. Driver software update is complete.

  • Page 125: Maintenance

    Maintenance Chapter 11-1 Performing maintenance 11-2 Replacing the battery 11-3 Product specifications 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 126: Performing Maintenance

    Chapter 11 Maintenance 11-1 Performing maintenance Performing after care Do not leave any water, sweat, or dirt on the device. After using the device, use low pressure water from a faucet to wash the contact points, wipe away most of the water with a towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally.

  • Page 127: Replacing The Battery

    Chapter 11 Maintenance 11-2 Replacing the battery About the device's rechargeable battery You cannot replace the built-in rechargeable battery yourself. After prolonged use, the battery may not retain its charge for as long as it used to. In this situation, contact your local dealer or our repair center to replace the battery.

  • Page 128: Product Specifications

    Chapter 11 Maintenance 11-3 Product specifications Check each item. Device specifications Specifications SS-700 SS-500 SS-300 Size (thickness) 15.7 mm 13.0mm 14.7mm Weight 61 g Waterproofing function 10 atm 5 atm Operating GPS-on, Stride ON/OFF, HR-OFF 14 hours time GPS-on, Stride ON/OFF, HR-ON 10 hours Time display Five weeks...

  • Page 129: Cradle Specifications

    Chapter 11 Maintenance Cradle specifications Specifications SS-700 SS-500 SS-300 Operating temperature range 5 to 35˚C AC adapter specifications Specifications SS-700 SS-500 SS-300 Power 100 V AC HR sensor specifications Specifications HR sensor Waterproofing function Water resistant...

  • Page 130: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Chapter 12-1 Dealing with problems 12-2 Resetting the system 12-3 Contacting us about this product 12-4 After service 12-5 Certification information 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 131: Dealing With Problems

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 12-1 Dealing with problems Caution * After using the device, use low pressure water from a faucet to wash the contact points on the device, wipe away most of the water with a towel and so on, and then let it dry naturally.

  • Page 132: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Check each item. Problem Solution Basic actions The screen is not displayed. Operation stops immediately after purchase. Charge before use ( 14). Nothing is displayed if the battery runs out. Charge the battery ( 14). The device does not react Is the battery running low? Charge the battery even after performing an 14).

  • Page 133

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Problem Solution Charging The device does not charge Check the connection for the AC adapter and even when it is placed in the USB cable. the cradle. Clean the contact points on the device and the cradle ( 125).

  • Page 134

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Problem Solution HR sensor The HR sensor is not Check that you are wearing the HR belt working correctly. correctly ( 64). Check that the [HR Sensor] is set to On ( 67). Perform pairing with the device ( 65).

  • Page 135: Resetting The System

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 12-2 Resetting the system If operations are unstable, try resetting the system. Hold down all of the buttons ( , , and ) for at least two seconds until the display turns off. The screen is reset and the time/setting content is cleared. Measurement data is not cleared.

  • Page 136: Contacting Us About This Product

    The Epson Web site provides a variety of information such as special offers, product and driver information, support, and so on. Epson offers you full after service support. You can check the most common queries in the FAQ provided on the Web site. Please check this before contacting us.

  • Page 137: After Service

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 12-4 After service • For repair and maintenance for this product, contact your local dealer or our repair center. • After prolonged use, the battery may not retain its charge for as long as it used to. In this situation, contact your local dealer or our repair center to replace the battery.

  • Page 138: Certification Information

    FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that are deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption ratio (SAR). All EPSON products with the ANT+ logo have been certified as interoperable by ANT+. For more information, visit www.thisisant.com/directory...

  • Page 139: Index

    Index Chapter 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112...

  • Page 140

    AC adapter ...........13, Icon ..............20 After service ..........Interval ............43 Alarm ............85 Interval settings ........44 Altitude ..........21, Items supplied ...........13 Auto lap ............79 Auto light ............81 Language ............95 Auto pause ..........83 Lap HR ...........21, Average HR ..........21, Lap pace ..........21, Average pace ........21, Lap time .........21, 27, Calories burnt ........21,...

  • Page 141

    Target pace ........36, Time ............21, Time zone ............95 Troubleshooting ........Updating the driver software ... Usage guide ..........USB cable ..........13, User settings ........... Web application ........

  • Page 142

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