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    Introduction Thank you very much for purchasing this GPS Sports Monitor "RUNSENSE". To us[...]

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    Features Chronograph function Allows you to measure running data such as distance and time. You ca[...]

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    Goal function (dista nce race) Allows you to set a dista nce as your goal and mea sure the distance [...]

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    Settings Allows you to change the settings for the device. ❏ Communicates with external devi ces [...]

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    Contents Introduction F e a t u r e s . ................................ 3 Using this Device Safely[...]

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    Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE V i[...]

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    Using this Device Safely Make sure you read the manuals (Quick Start Guide and User Manual) fir s t [...]

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    Notes on Usage Notes on using the product and components Warning Exercise according to you r physica[...]

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    Optional heart rate monitor Warning If the heart rate monitor battery is a ccidentally swallowed, co[...]

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    2. If this device causes RF interference betwee n the devic e and "other radio stations", [...]

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    Preparing and Basic Operations You ne ed to make t he follow in g preparations before use. U “Ch[...]

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    Checking the Items Provided Make sure you chec k that all of the following items have been supplied[...]

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    Basic Operations Changing screens This device is comprised of a Time scre en, Measurement screen, Se[...]

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    Note: ❏ When you leave the device for a while, it enters sleep status and the time display turns[...]

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    Function of each button The function for each button changes depending on which screen is displayed.[...]

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    Measurement screen Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation A Short press You can display u[...]

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    Setting screen (Settings menu/Measure set. menu) Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation A[...]

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    Recall screen Operation buttons Button Operation Explanation A Short press Confirm a selection. L[...]

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    Tap You can perform one of the foll owing operations by tapping th e screen once while measuring. [...]

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    Mode Measurement Settings Timing Chronograph Interval Goal AT Lap ❏ From device U “Recordin[...]

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    Charging Before use c Important: ❏ Do not place the device in the cradle if it is wet from water [...]

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    Charging c Important: ❏ Charge this device when using it for the first time. ❏ Cha[...]

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    After placing the device into the bott om of the cradle, push carefully on the top of the device un[...]

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    D When charging is complete, remo ve the device from t he cradle. Hold the cradle and press the dev[...]

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    Initial Settings After charging the device for the first time and removing it from the cradle, follo[...]

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    F Set today's date. Use C / D to select, and then pres s A . G Set the Date Format . Use C [...]

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    About the battery You can check how much charge remains from the battery ic on below th e time displ[...]

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    Specifying a GPS (GPS Positioning) Measuring function for the device This device receives a sign al[...]

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    GPS positioning When you change to the measurement screen, the device receives a signal from vario[...]

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    GPS positioning continues while measuring, and when positioning is complete th e device starts recor[...]

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    Making precise measurements In the following situations, c omplete GPS positioning, disp lay the mea[...]

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    Educating Your Stride Sensor About the stride sensor This device contains a stride sensor th at uses[...]

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    Measurable Items Items that can be measured by each measurement function for chronograph, interval, [...]

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    SF-710 SF-510 SF-310 Measure ment items (display name) Stride (Stride) - Average Stride (Av.Strid[...]

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    See the following table for items that can be measured by the he art rate monitor settings SF-710 [...]

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    Measure Using the positional information and time for the GP S signal, the time, distance, and spee[...]

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    Measuring Time, Distance, and Speed (Chronograph Function) What is the chronograph function? This fu[...]

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    Measuring Operation buttons A Display the m easurement screen. Press C on the time screen. GPS po[...]

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    Note: To stop measuring and return to the time screen ❏ After resetting the measur em ent results[...]

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    Screen display Measurement screen There are four measurement screens available. Press A to change t[...]

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    Lap Hold Screen The Lap Hold Screen is displayed for 5 seconds when a l ap is recorded. Note: You ca[...]

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    Setting a Time and Distance for Hard and Light Workouts (Interval Function) What is the interval fun[...]

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    Setting interval condit ions and measuring Note: By using the PC application (Run Connec t), you ca[...]

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    G Select whether to set distance or time as the length of the sprint (hard exercise). Use C / D to [...]

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    The interval me asurement scree n is displayed. Measuring A Start measuring. Press C . Sprint measu[...]

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    Loading interval conditions that have already been set Operation buttons Loading interval condition[...]

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    G Select OK . Use C / D to select, and then pres s A . The interval me asurement scree n is disp[...]

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    Screen display There are five measurement screens availa ble. Press A to change the screen. Note: [...]

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    Measure until the Time or Distance Set in Advance Is Reached (Goal Function) What is the goal funct[...]

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    Measuring by setti ng the time or distance Operation buttons Set the time or distance. A Display th[...]

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    Measuring A Start measuring. Press C . B When the set time or distance is reached, the "Finish[...]

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    Screen display There are five measurement screens availa ble. Press A to change the screen. Note: [...]

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    Recording Laps Automatically (AT Lap Function) When a time or distance set in advance is reached, la[...]

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    E Select whether to set distance or time as the length of the lap. Use C / D to select, and then pr[...]

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    Automatically Start/Stop Measuring (AT Pause Function) Measuring stops automatically when you stop r[...]

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    Setting a Pace and Measuring (Target Pace Function) You can use this function to sound an alarm if [...]

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    Hold down C / D to speed through the numbers. F Set the range for maintaining your target pace. Us[...]

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    Setting and Measuring Waypoints (Waypoint Function) The waypoint function acquires the latitude and [...]

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    E Select an empty setting. Use C / D to select, and then pres s A . When Complete is displayed, [...]

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    You are returned to the measurement screen. G Complete the settings. Hold down A . The measurement [...]

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    Checking Measurement Data (Recall Function) You can check measure d data on the recall screen. U ?[...]

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    Checking Measurement Data You can check measure d data on the recall screen. Operation buttons A Dis[...]

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    Measurement Item - Start Time/End Time Distance Split time Average pace Calories Burnt Average Stri[...]

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    D Select Delete . Use C / D to select, and then pres s A . E Select Yes . Use C / D to select,[...]

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    Measuring Heart Rate (Heart Rate Monitor) You can measure your heart rate by us ing the optional he[...]

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    Preparing to Measure Heart Rate Preparing the heart rate monitor The heart rate monitor can be purch[...]

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    Registering the heart rate monitor to the device When using the heart rate monitor for th e first t[...]

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    Note: If the followi ng screen is displayed and co mmunication cannot be estab lished, rese t the he[...]

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    Enabling the heart rate monitor When using the heart rate monitor, set HR to ON from the Measure [...]

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    Note: When HR is set to ON , the battery life for the device is reduced. When you are not using t[...]

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    Measuring Heart Rate When HR is set to ON from the Measure set. menu, you can use the heart rate[...]

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    Display item Display name Explanation 1 Line 2 Lines/3 Lines HR Zone Time* Spent.HR Spent.HR Ti[...]

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    Replacing the Battery for the Heart Rate Monitor If you cannot measure your heart rate, the heart r[...]

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    D Replace the battery cover. c Important: I f t h e i n t e r n a l s e a l ( t h e b l u e p [...]

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    Disabling the Heart Rate Monitor When disabling an heart rate monitor that has be en registered, s[...]

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    Data Management Using the Web Application (RUNSENSE View) This device allows you to manage measured [...]

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    What is the Web Application (RUNSENSE View)? The web application (RUNSENSE View) se nds measurement [...]

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    Workout Displays your data as a graph. This allows yo u to analyse training from different angles. [...]

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    Installing Run Connect (Uploader Software) You need Run Connect to upload measurement data to the We[...]

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    Creating an Account (When Using for the First Time) You need to create an account with the Web appl[...]

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    C Click Create Account . D Create an account. Enter information for the Login ID , Password , and E[...]

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    Uploading Measurement Data You can upload measurement data to the Web application (RUNSENSE View). [...]

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    C Enter your Login ID and Password on the Run Conn ect screen, and then click Upload . Note: If [...]

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    Data is uplo aded to the We b application (RUNSENSE Vie w). When the upload is complete, the We b [...]

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    Checking Uploaded Measurement Data Access the Web application (RUNSENSE View ) to check uploaded mea[...]

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    o Click Start RUNSENSE View on the Run Connect screen. The Run Connect screen is displaye d when y[...]

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    C Click the data you wan t to check from the uploaded data. Note: For information on using the Web [...]

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    Setting Measurements Using the PC Application (Run Connect) (SF-710 only) Using the PC application ([...]

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    What is the PC Application (Run Connect) Run Connect is an application for comp uters. You can uploa[...]

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    Model Settings - Waypoint Settings Screen The Waypoint function allows you to register waypoints on [...]

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    Starting Run Connect and Displaying the Settings Screen A Connect the cradle to the computer on wh [...]

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    C Click Model Settings on the Run Connect screen. (SF-710 only) The settings on the device are sav[...]

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    Setting the AT Lap Function (SF-710 only) When setting the AT Lap function, you can set your own tim[...]

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    F Set the distance or time to divide the lap, and then click OK . G When registering multiple entri[...]

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    Setting the Target Pace Function (SF-710 only) When setting the Target Pace function, you can set yo[...]

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    When editing registered settings, select the setting you want to edit, and then click each button. [...]

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    J Select the settings you want to write to the device, an d then click Write to Wrist Device . K C[...]

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    Setting the Waypoint Function (SF-710 only) The Waypoint function allows you to register waypoints o[...]

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    D Enter or edit the Title . Enter the title using lett ers, numbers, hyphens, or underscores. E D[...]

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    F Select the settings you want to wr ite to the device, and then click Write to Wrist Device . Not[...]

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    Setting the Interval Function (SF-710 only) When making the Interval setting, you can also customise[...]

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    F Set the Distance , Time , and HR Zone for the Sprint Section (hard)/ Recovery Section (light[...]

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    Settings You can change a variety of settings for measurement or device. Choose settings to suit you[...]

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    Making Settings SF-710/510/310 User Manual Settings 105[...]

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    Measure set. Allows you to change the measurement settings. Changing the Measure set. c Important: ?[...]

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    The measurement screen is displayed . Note: On the screen displayed a fter resetting measurements, i[...]

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    Measure set. table Setting items Value Explanation Activity Type Run (default) Set when running[...]

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    Setting items Value Explanation Target Pace SETTING 01 to 03 Set the target time and pace rang[...]

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    *1 Only displayed for the SF-710. *2 Displayed after registering the heart rate monitor. *3 Only [...]

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    Settings Allows you to change the settings for the device. Changing the Settings Operation buttons [...]

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    Settings table Comm. Settings Set to co nnect the heart rate monitor or smartpho ne to this device[...]

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    Sys. Settings Make settings for the devic e's system. The value in brackets () is the default [...]

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    Setting items Value Explanation Contrast (4) Set the contrast for the screen . Auto Sleep ON ([...]

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    Screen You can display up to four measurement screens. You can ch ange the screen pattern (by dis[...]

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    Screen pattern table Measurement screen Screen Pattern Screen Explanation 1 Line Displays one me[...]

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    Screen Pattern Screen Explanation HR&Graph B C D A When the HR alarm is set, this shows wheth[...]

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    Screen Pattern Screen Explanation 2 Lines Displays two measurement items on the screen by divid[...]

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    Measurement display abbreviations Measurement screen Display i tem Display name Explanation 1 Line [...]

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    Display i tem Display name Explanation 1 Line 2 Lines/3 Lines Average Pitch*3 Avg.Pitch Av.Pitch[...]

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    *4 Make the following settin gs in the Measure set. menu. Mode: Interval > HR Zone: Zone1 to Zo[...]

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    Changing the measurement screen The setting method varies depending on the screen pattern. See the [...]

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    After checking, press A and go to the following step. F Select Line 1 . Use C / D to select, and[...]

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    B Display the Measure set. menu. Hold down B on the measurement screen. C Select Screen . Use C[...]

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    ❏ When not performing GPS positioning (Indoor mode: SF-710/SF-510 only): Hold down C on the tim[...]

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    A Display the m easurement screen. Use one of the followin g methods to display. ❏ When performi[...]

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    G Select Lap Pace . Use C / D to select, and then pres s A . Screen Image is displa yed. After c[...]

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    Setting examples Here we will provide two usage examples. Note: See the following page for in format[...]

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    Maintenance This section explains how to maintain this devi ce, replace the battery, and update the [...]

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    Looking after your device c Important: ❏ I f t h e d e v i c e i s p l a c e d i n t h e c [...]

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    Replacing the Battery on your GPS Sports Monitor About the device's built- in rechargeable batt[...]

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    Updating the Firmware You may be abl e to resolve problems that o ccur by updating the firmware. We [...]

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    Troubleshooting This section explains how to solve problems that occur during use. U “Caution”[...]

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    Caution ❏ If charging or data transfer becomes unstable, clean the contact points on the device [...]

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    Problem Solving Check each item. Problem Solution Basic action s The screen is not displ ayed. [...]

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    Problem Solution Chronograph actions The device cannot receive a GPS signal. Go to a location out[...]

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    Problem Solution Heart Rate Monitor The heart rate monitor is not working correctly. Check the fo[...]

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    Resetting the System If operations are unstable , try resett ing the system. Hold down all of the [...]

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    Contacting us About this Product Go to for service contact details. EPSON EUR[...]

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    After-sales Service ❏ For repair and maintenance of this product, cont act your local reseller or[...]

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    Appendix U “Understanding the Icons” on pa ge 142 U “Product Specifications” on page 144 [...]

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    Understanding the Icons Icon Name Run mode (measuring while running) Walking mode (measuring while[...]

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    Icon Name Setup from the external device SF-710/510/310 User Manual Appendix 143[...]

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    Product Specifications Device specifications Specifications SF-710 SF-510 SF-3 10 Size (thicknes[...]

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    Specifications SF-710 SF-510 SF-3 10 Display range Total Ascent 0 to 99999 m/ 0 to 99999 ft -- [...]

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    Glossary Term Definition AT Lap This automatically records laps when you have run for a fixed am[...]

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    Term Definition RUNSENSE View RUNSENSE dedicated Web application. This allows you to manage your [...]

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    Index A AC adapter............... .............. ............... .............. .............. .....[...]

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