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GPS Sports Monitor
Quick Start Guide
©2014 Seiko Epson Corporation.
All rights reserved.
Printed in Japan
Before Getting Started
Thank you very much for purchasing a RUNSENSE product. Please read this guide carefully to
use this product. A RUNSENSE SF-710 is used for illustration purposes. Screen layout and menus
are common across the range. See the User Manual for more detailed descriptions, which you
can download from the following address.
www.epson.eu/runsense
• Unapproved copying of part or all of this guide is strictly forbidden.
• The content of this guide is subject to change without prior notice.
What's in the box
Contact your reseller if there are any missing or damaged components.
Main unit
Cradle
Quick Start Guide
Information
(this document)
An optional AC adapter and heart rate monitor chest
strap can be purchased separately.
1. For Your Safety
Make sure you read the manuals (Quick Start Guide and User Manual) first to use this product safely.
Also, this device is equipped with Bluetooth® Smart technology as a built-in wireless function. See the
section "Notes on Electromagnetic Waves" in the User Manual for further details.
The product may malfunction, or an accident may occur if it is handled incorrectly.
• Keep the manuals handy to help you resolve any problems.
• When taking this product out of the country of purchase, check the laws and regulations in the
destination country before you travel.
• This product is not a medical device. Use this product as an indicator during physical exercise.
Safety Instructions
The following symbols are used in this guide to indicate possible dangerous operations or handling.
Make sure you understand these warnings before using the product.
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in
Warning
serious personal injury.
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in
Caution
personal injury or damage the product.
This symbol indicates an action that should be done.
This symbol indicates an action that must not be done.
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.
•Locations with very high or low temperatures or humidity
•Near volatile substances
•Dusty places
•Near a strong magnetic field (for example, near a loudspeaker)
Do not disassemble this product, and do not attempt to repair this product by yourself. It may
cause an electric shock or accident.
Do not leave this product within reach of young children.
Caution
Stop using the device immediately and consult your doctor if you have an allergic reaction or a
rash while or during use.
The device is water resistant at 5 bar (5 ATM). Although you can use the device for swimming and
so on, do not perform button operations under water.
Do not pour water directly from the tap onto this product. The power of the tap water stream may
be strong enough to compromise the product's waterproof feature.
Do not wear this product in a bath or sauna. The steam and soap may compromise the waterproof
feature or cause corrosion.
Notes on Using the Cradle
Warning
Do not use the cradle or AC adapter if they are in any way damaged, faulty or contaminated
by foreign material such as dust, water or dirt. Do not use any adapter other than the specified
adapter for charging.
2. Charging and Initial Settings
Charge this device before using it for the first time.
1. Connect the cradle using one of the following methods.
" Using a PC
Connect the cradle's USB plug to the computer's USB port.
This is not guaranteed to work with all computers. Do not use a USB hub. Instead, connect the
cradle directly to the computer.
" Using the AC adapter
Connect the cradle's USB plug to the AC adapter's USB port.
We recommend using the optional AC adapter (Model No.: SFAC02 Conti / SFAC03 UK). If you
do not use a supported AC adapter, you may not be able to charge or it may not operate
correctly.
2. Place the device into the cradle.
Check that the contact points on the device are pointing up and match the contact marks on
the cradle. After placing the device into the bottom of the cradle, push carefully on the top of
the device until it is fixed in place.
When the device is placed correctly, the alarm sounds, the charging screen is displayed, and
charging starts.
3. When charging is complete, remove the device from the cradle.
When the following charging icon is displayed, charging is complete. Hold the cradle and
press the device down into the lower part of the cradle to release the product.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to set the Language, Units, and user information.
Confirm a
selection.
Go to next
screen.
5. When you are in a location with no obstructions overhead, select Yes.
A signal is received from the GPS and time is automatically synchronised.
Sheet
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 you move the
device. If time synchronisation fails, continue to the next step. The time screen will
automatically be updated the next time a GPS signal has been received.
3. Basic Operations
Function of each button
This device has a Time screen, Measurement screen, Settings screen
(Settings menu and Measure set. menu), and History screen, and
you can perform operations with the following buttons.
Button
Time screen
Operation
-
Short press
Turns the power on or off.
Long press*
1
Turns the light on or off. The light turns on for approximately 10 seconds.
Short press
Displays the Settings
menu.
Long press*
1
> Settings screen
Performs GPS positioning,
and displays the
Short press
Measurement screen.
Changes to indoor mode*
(GPS off ).
Long press*
1
(SF-710/SF-510 only)
Displays your workout
Short press
history.
Sync to Bluetooth® device.
Use this when uploading
Long press*
1
measurement data.
*1 : Hold down for at least two seconds until the screen changes.
*2 : GPS data is not recorded in indoor mode.
*3 : When you reset the display, it returns to the status before measuring started allowing you to
start the next measurement. Data that has been measured up to that point is stored in the device's
memory.
If no operations are performed after three minutes when the System settings, User settings, or
History screens are displayed, you are returned to the time screen.
Contact marks
Set your Height,
Selects the
Weight, DOB,
upper item.
Gender,
today's date,
Selects the
and the
lower item.
Date Format.
When Complete is
displayed, press
.
Measurement screen
Settings screen
Changing between screen.
Confirm a selection.
From the Settings menu,
Displays the time screen.
the time screen is displayed.
From the Measure set.
(Not available while
measuring.)
menu, the measurement
screen is displayed.
Displays the Measure set.
menu.
-
(Not available while
measuring.)
Starts, stops, or resumes
Selects the upper item.
measuring.
Increases the value.
Displays the time screen.
2
Selects the upper item.
(Not available while
Speeds through the values.
measuring.)
Records laps while
Selects the lower item.
measuring.
Decreases the value.
Resets*
while measuring is
Selects the lower item.
3
stopped.
Speeds through the values.
4. GPS Positioning
Measuring Function for the Device
This device receives a signal via 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.
Locations where you cannot receive signals
Inside rooms
In tunnels
or buildings, or
underground
Locations that are difficult to receive signals
Locations with electronic
Near high-voltage wires
interference, such as
or television towers,
constructions sites and
overhead electric wires
heavy traffic
for trains, and roads with
skyscrapers
1. Go to a location outside with no obstructions overhead, then Press
GPS positioning starts, try to keep the device as still as possible. When complete, the screen
flashes, and then the measurement screen is displayed.
Displays the elapsed time (seconds).
It usually takes less than two minutes to complete GPS positioning.
If it takes more than two minutes or Failed is displayed, we recommend selecting
Cancel, moving to a different location, and trying again.
When the measurement screen is displayed, you can start measuring.
Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)"
5. For more accurate Measurements
When using the device for the first time or when the device has not been used for
several months, connect to the GPS network for at least 15 minutes with no
obstructions overhead. This allows the device to calibrate for more precise
measurements.
6. Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function)
What is the Chronograph function?
This function allows you to measure split times and lap times simultaneously.
Split Time
Measures the elapsed time from the start.
Start
Lap Time
Records the elapsed time for each lap.
You can record the laps by pressing button
on the device during Chronograph measurement, or by
using the AT lap function.
Measuring
Measurement screen
Starts, stops, or resumes recording.
Records laps while measuring.
Change between screens
Resets when recording has stopped.
1. Press
to start measuring.
2. To record a lap, press
while measuring.
Lap Number (No.)
Number of laps
Lap Distance (LapDist.)
Distance of each lap
Lap Time (Lap)
Time taken for each lap
3. Press
again to stop recording.
4. Press and hold
for a few seconds when you have finished recording to reset the
measurement display.
MEMO
• The Chronograph screen is composed of four screens, and you can change the screen display by pressing
. You can change the content displayed on screens 1 to 4 by changing Measure set. > Screen. For more
details, see the User Manual.
• After resetting, press and hold
or
for a few seconds to return to the time screen.
• If no operations are made for 60 minutes on a screen other than the measuring screen, the time screen is
displayed.
• As well as the Chronograph function, there are a variety of other measurement functions. Please see full
User Manual for details.
Recall Data (History Function)
1. Press
on the time screen. The recall screen is displayed.
Time screen
2. Use
/
to select the data you want to check, and then press
3. To check the recorded data use
/
to scroll through the screen.
Detailed recorded results for the activity type, recorded day/start time, time, distance, and
calories burned are displayed on the detailed recall screen. You can also check the pace for
each lap.
Press
to return to the recall screen. Hold down
to return to the time screen.
Understanding the Icons
Run mode
Split time
Walking mode
Average pace
Bike mode
Calories burned
Stops flashing : The signal is being received from the GPS
Stride
(GPS On)
GPS positioning
Lap
Stops flashing : Communicating with the HR monitor
Editable data
Distance
Current settings
Underwater
In water
.
"6. Measuring Time,
.
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