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SF-710/510/310
User Manual
Setting items
Target Pace
Waypoint*1
Alarm
HR*2
Tap*3
(Only for the
measurement screen)
Screen
Settings
Value
SETTING 01 to 03
OFF (default)
ON
OFF (default)
Tones (default)
Vib. (vibration)*1
Tones & Vib.
(vibration)*1
OFF
ON
OFF (default)
Lap
Light
Screen Chg.
OFF (default)
Screen1
Screen2
Screen3
Screen4
Display Lap Screen
Explanation
Set the target time and pace range for one kilometre/
mile. An alarm sounds if you are outside the set pace
range.
You can set three target paces within the following
range.
Target Pace: 1'00" to 15'00"/km or miles (in increments of
1 second)
Pace Range: 00'05" to 03'00"/km or miles (in increments
of 1 second)
"Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace
U
Function)" on page 57
By specifying the registered waypoint, you can display
the direction to the point, the distance, and the
difference in elevation. As you approach the specified
point, an alarm sounds.
"Setting and Measuring Waypoints (Waypoint
U
Function)" on page 59
Set the alarm type and time (1 to 10 minutes).
You can also set this from Sys. Settings.
You can measure your heart rate by wearing the heart
rate monitor (optional).
"Measuring Heart Rate" on page 72
U
You can perform one of the operations set here by
tapping the screen until the alarm sounds while
measuring.
When Bike is selected as the Activity Type, the tap
function may operate automatically depending on the
condition of the road surface. If this occurs, we
recommend to change the setting to OFF.
"Tap" on page 20
U
You can display up to four measurement screens. You
can change the screen pattern and the measurement
items displayed for each screen.
You can also change the Display Lap Screen, but this is
not displayed for the interval function.
"Screen" on page 115
U
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