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    GPS Sports Monitor iOS User's Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Setup Installing the Epson Run Connect app ... . . 5 Creating a RUNSENSE View account....5 Creating a new account.

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    Manual” on page 3. Trademarks EPSON is a registered trademark, EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark, and Runsense is a trademark of the Seiko Epson Corporation. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S.A. and other countries.

  • Page 4: Run Connect

    Introduction Run Connect ® The Run Connect app allows you to communicate with your RUNSENSE product via Bluetooth Smart and share data wirelessly with the RUNSENSE View web app. You can also send and save settings to the product from your phone.

  • Page 5: Installing The Epson Run Connect App

    You need to do the following before you can start using the Epson Run Connect app with your RUNSENSE product. “Installing the Epson Run Connect app” on page 5 “Creating a RUNSENSE View account” on page 5 “Enabling Bluetooth on your mobile device” on page 8 “Pairing your RUNSENSE product”...

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    Setup Read the Terms of Use, tap the checkbox, and tap Create Account. XXXXXXX@XXXXX.XX.XX XXXXXXX@XXXXX.XX.XX Tap Create Account. Follow the instruction on the screen to configure your new account. Enter a Login ID (your e-mail address) and a Password.

  • Page 7: Linking An Existing Account

    Setup Enter your Login ID and Password, and then tap Linking an existing account Set. If you already have a RUNSENSE View account, you need to link it to your mobile device before you can upload workouts. Tap the Run Connect icon on your mobile device.

  • Page 8: Enabling Bluetooth On Your Mobile Device

    Setup Enabling Bluetooth on Enable Bluetooth. your mobile device You need to enable Bluetooth settings on your mobile device before you can pair it with your product Tap Settings on your mobile device. Pairing your RUNSENSE product Tap the Run Connect icon on your mobile device.

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    Setup Tap Pairing. Note: You can also start Bluetooth communication from the Settings menu on the product. See your product User Manual for details. Tap OK. Tap Start Pairing. Hold down D on your product to start Bluetooth communication.

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    Setup Enter the 6-digit passcode on your mobile device and tap Pair. Note: On iOS 6, tap Pairing. Check that pairing has completed and tap OK.

  • Page 11: Uploading Workouts

    Uploading and checking workouts Tap the Run Connect icon. Uploading and checking workouts This chapter describes how to upload and check measurement data. “Uploading workouts” on page 11 “Viewing uploaded workouts” on page 13 Uploading workouts You can use Run Connect to quickly upload your workout data to the RUNSENSE View web app.

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    Uploading and checking workouts Tap OK on your mobile device. Tap the workout that you want to upload detailed information for, and then tap Upload. Your product’s alarm sounds and the upload starts. If you have a large number of workouts stored, tap Get Next Data to add these additional workouts to the upload.

  • Page 13: Viewing Uploaded Workouts

    Uploading and checking workouts Tap OK on your mobile device. RUNSENSE View is displayed when the upload is complete. Note: Your product’s alarm sounds and the upload O Try the upload again if it fails. starts. O The workout is removed from the Watch Data list after it is uploaded to RUNSENSE View.

  • Page 14: About Runsense View

    Uploading and checking workouts Tap Dashboard. About RUNSENSE View The RUNSENSE View web app has multiple ways to manage and analyze your workouts. Dashboard Manage your workouts in a calendar format. This allows you to easily review and organize past runs. Tap the workout that you want to view.

  • Page 15: Settings

    Invert Disp. Important: Depending on the firmware version installed on your Contrast product, certain functions may not be available. Visit Auto Sleep epson.com/runsense to download the latest firmware. AT Light “Settings” on page 15 Alarm “Advanced settings” on page 21 Key Tones “Reducing GPS positioning time”...

  • Page 16: Changing A Setting

    Changing product settings Tap Settings. Changing a setting Tap the Run Connect icon on your mobile device. Hold down D on your product to start Bluetooth communication. Tap Watch Settings. Note: You can also start Bluetooth communication from the Settings menu on the product. See your product’s User Manual for details.

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    Changing product settings Tap the category of options that you want to Tap the option that you want to select. configure. Tap Settings when you have finished making changes. Tap the setting that you want to adjust. Hold down D on your product to start Bluetooth communication.

  • Page 18: List Of Settings

    Changing product settings Tap Write to Watch. Tap OK. Note: Check that the settings were sent to your You can save the current settings as a preset by product and tap OK. tapping Save Settings. You can select the saved setting by tapping Retrieve Saved Settings.

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    Changing product settings Setting items Options Description HR Zone HR Zone 1 Set the maximum and minimum heart rate for each zone. 30 to 100 bpm* You can set five zones to suit your exercise intensity. HR Zone 2 101 to 130 bpm* HR Zone 3 131 to 160 bpm* HR Zone 4...

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    Changing product settings Setting items Value Explanation Alarm Tones* Adjusts the alarm type. Vib. Tones & Vib. Key Tones Turns button sounds on or off. *Indicates the default setting. Meas.Settings Available settings may vary depending on the model you are using. Setting items Value Explanation...

  • Page 21: Advanced Settings

    Changing product settings Setting items Value Explanation You can perform one of the functions specified in this item by tapping the screen while measuring. (Only for the Light measurement screen) When Bike is selected as the Activity Type, the tap function may Screen Chg.

  • Page 22: Setting The At Lap Function

    Changing product settings Tap Watch Settings. Tap OK on your mobile device. See “Setting the AT Lap Function” on page 22. See “Setting the Target Pace Function” on page 25. See “Setting waypoints” on page 28. See “Setting the Interval Function” on page 30. Tap Advanced Settings.

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    Changing product settings Hold down D on your product to start Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces, Bluetooth communication. hyphens, and underscores. Tap OK on your mobile device. Set Programmable to ON if your preset includes different settings for multiple laps. Set Programmable to OFF to automatically repeat the same lap setting.

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    Changing product settings Tap the lap and enter the Distance or Time for Tap Back. the lap. Tap Write to Watch. If you want to add any additional laps, tap + to add a lap and enter the Distance or Time for the additional laps.

  • Page 25: Setting The Target Pace Function

    Changing product settings Tap OK. Tap Target Pace. Check that the settings were sent to your Hold down D on your product to start product and tap OK. Bluetooth communication. Setting the Target Pace Function Use the Target Pace function to sound an alarm if you fall behind your preset pace.

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    Changing product settings Tap No Data to create a new preset. Set Programmable to ON if your preset includes different settings for multiple laps. Tap a preset to edit an existing entry. Set Programmable to OFF to automatically repeat the same lap setting. Tap the target pace that you want to update, select the Time and Distance, and tap Back.

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    Changing product settings If you set Programmable to OFF, you cannot Select your Target Pace Range. The alarm will add any additional pace entries. sound if you are off of your target pace by the amount of time you select. Note: You can delete and reorder target paces by tapping Tap Back.

  • Page 28: Setting Waypoints

    Changing product settings Tap Write to Watch. Setting waypoints Use the Waypoint function to set target locations on the map. Available settings may vary depending on the model you are using. Display the Advanced Settings screen. See “Displaying advanced settings” on page 21. Tap Waypoint.

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    Changing product settings Tap OK on your mobile device. Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and underscores. Either tap and hold at the point on the map to set the waypoint or tap + and move the pin to the location you want to set the waypoint.

  • Page 30: Setting The Interval Function

    Changing product settings Tap Back. Tap OK. XXXX-XX Tap Write to Watch. Check the settings were sent to your product and tap OK. XXXX-XX Setting the Interval Function Use the Interval function to record alternating sets of hard and light exercise. Display the Advanced Settings screen.

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    Changing product settings Tap Interval. Tap No Data to create a new interval preset. Tap the name of an interval preset to edit an existing entry. Hold down D on your product to start Bluetooth communication. Enter or edit the title for the preset. Enter the title using letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and underscores.

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    Changing product settings Set Programmable to ON if your preset includes If you set Programmable to OFF, you cannot different settings for intervals. add any additional interval presets. Set Programmable to OFF to automatically repeat the same interval. Note: You can delete and reorder interval presets by tapping Edit.

  • Page 33: Reducing Gps Positioning Time

    Changing product settings Reducing GPS positioning Tap Write to Watch. time You can reduce GPS positioning time by sending GPS data from your mobile device to your product before exercising. Important: You don't need to be outdoors for this operation. Tap the Run Connect icon on your mobile device.

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    Changing product settings Tap Update. Tap OK. Hold down D on your product to start Bluetooth communication. Tap OK on your mobile device.

  • Page 35: Solving Problems

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This section explains how to solve problems that occur during use. “Solving problems” on page 35 “Unpairing your mobile device” on page 36 “Where to get help” on page 40 Solving problems Where the problem Error message displayed on the Problem Solution occurred...

  • Page 36: Unpairing Your Mobile Device

    Troubleshooting Where the problem Error message displayed on the Problem Solution occurred screen Upload Cannot detect the watch. Turn on Cannot communicate Try the following and tap Upload Bluetooth in settings on your iOS with the watch. again. device, start Bluetooth Charge the watch communication on the watch, and Establish the...

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    Troubleshooting Tap Pairing. Check that the devices are unpaired and tap OK. Tap Release Pairing. Tap Settings.

  • Page 38: Unpairing On Your Product

    Troubleshooting Tap Bluetooth. Tap Forget this Device. Tap i for SF Series. Tap Forget Device. Note that the icon may vary depending on the version of iOS that you are using. Unpairing on your product...

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    Troubleshooting Hold down B on the Time screen to displays the Hold down A to return to the Time screen. Settings menu. Press C/D to select Comm. Settings, and then press A. Press C/D to select Smart Phone, and then press A.

  • Page 40: Where To Get Help

    Troubleshooting Where to get help Internet support Visit epson.com/support/ (U.S.) or epson.ca/support/ (Canada) for solutions to common problems. You can get tips, usage information, and FAQs, download utilities, or e-mail Epson. Telephone support Call (800) 241-5789, (562) 276-4394 (U.S.), or (905) 709-3839 (Canada).

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