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  • Model/name: AS 50
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Table of Contents

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Scope of delivery.............................................................................2
Important Notes ...............................................................................3
Activity, health and fitness .............................................................5
Interesting facts about the activity sensor....................................6
Functions of the activity sensor.....................................................8
Getting started .................................................................................9
General operation of the activity sensor.....................................11
Buttons on the activity sensor ..................................................11
Display......................................................................................12
Power saving mode..................................................................13
Basic settings ................................................................................14
Recording the activity ...................................................................17
Overview ..................................................................................17
Display activity data..................................................................18
Attaching the activity sensor.....................................................19
Change basic settings ..............................................................22
Switch off pace measurement ..................................................25
Storage function ............................................................................26
EasyFit software ............................................................................27
Technical specifications and batteries........................................28
Frequently asked questions and answers ..................................28
List of abbreviations......................................................................31
Index ...............................................................................................32
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SCOPE OF DELIVERY
Activity sensor
Belt clip
Wristband
PC Software EasyFit (CD)
and PC interface cable (USB)
In addition:
Operating instructions
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IMPORTANT NOTES
Please carefully read through these operating instructions, keep it for
future reference and also make it available to others. Pay attention to
all information in these operating instructions!
Activity
Did you know that walking at least 10,000 paces or exercising for
half an hour daily (depending on the person's health condition, less
for older persons, more for children) is good for your health?
The activity sensor is designed as a running sensor. It measures
your paces when you walk or jog and displays your daily amount of
exercise.
Application
The activity sensor is only intended for private use.
The activity sensor may only be used in the manner outlined in the
operating instructions. The marnufacturer is not liable for damages
that are caused by improper or incorrect use.
The activity sensor should be temporarily deactivated for specific
activities such as driving a car to avoid incorrect measurements.
Please refer to the Beurer HR Monitors to record the training and
measure the pulse of any other kind of sport. As both the EasyFit-
compatible Beurer HR Monitors as well as the Beurer Activity Sen-
sor can transmit the values to the EasyFit Software, comprehen-
sive evaluations are possible for all your physical activities.
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Cleaning and care
From time to time, clean the activity sensor carefully with soapy
water. Do not put the device in water.
Repair, Accessories and Disposal
Prior to use, you have to ensure that the activity sensor is free of
damage. If in doubt, do not use the activity sensor and consult your
sales representative or the customer service address provided.
Repairs may only be conducted by customer service or authorized
dealers. Please do not in any case attempt to repair the device! In
the case of complaints, please consult your dealer or the service
address. If you have a complaint, please replace the battery be-
forehand.
Use the device only with the original accessories of Beurer.
Avoid contact with sunscreen or the like since these can cause
damage to the imprint or plastic components.
The warranty expires if the screws are unscrewed or due to im-
proper use.
Please dispose the activity sensor and used batteries
of the device in accordance with Waste Electric and
Electronic Equipment 2002/96/EC - WEEE. For inquir-
ies, please contact the municipal authority responsible
for disposal in your area.
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ACTIVITY, HEALTH AND FITNESS
Exercise is a prerequisite for healthy living. Physical activity keeps
you fit and reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases. If you exer-
cise, it also helps you to reduce weight and you will find that it stabi-
lizes your psychological well-being.
Physical activities refer to all energy consuming exercises. A signifi-
cant share includes daily activities such as walking, bicycling, climbing
stairs and housework. The Beurer Activity Sensor is useful for assess-
ing and recording your daily physical activity objectively. In this way it
can also motivate you to increase your exercise in everyday life. At
least 7,000 - 10,000 paces or 30 minutes exercise a day would be
ideal (Source: acc. to WHO, Dr. Catrine Tudor-Locke, Dr. David R.
Bassett jr.).
Physical activity recommendations for adults (based on the WHO
recommendations, 2002):
Average intensity High intensity
Description For example:
Dancing, gardening,
housework or brisk
walking
For example:
Running, aerobics,
competitive sports
such as football
Activity time 30 minutes a day,
5 days a week
OR
20 minutes a day,
3 days a week
AND
Muscle build-
up
8-10 exercises with 8-12 repetitions each, 2 days a
week
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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE ACTIVITY SENSOR
This activity sensor enables you to check your daily amount of exer-
cise. It gives you an overview of your daily physical activity, deter-
mines the number of your paces and thus calculates your calorie
consumption.
The activity sensor has a dual display function which can show you,
for example, the time and number of paces simultaneously. You can
specify your typical pace length with the basic settings, so that the
activity sensor is able to calculate your activity data from the walk-
ing/running speed. Depending on what type of exercise person you
are or what type of activity you do - slow, gentle movements or quick
hard movements - the sensitivity of the activity sensor can be ad-
justed in five steps.
Reward system
Your activity sensor has a "reward system", which gives a continual
assessment of your ongoing daily activities. The reward system is
divided into three activity levels. Depending on the level, the device
shows the corresponding symbol.
The following table shows the three levels of activity. The levels are
based either on the number of paces or the duration of the activity. In
turn, the number of paces are divided into two types of activities:
"Quick walking": more than 90 paces per minute
"Normal walking": less than 90 paces per minute
During the walking period it is possible to take breaks of 2 minutes
each which do not interrupt the evaluation.
Example: You have been walking quickly for 5 minutes in one go
and now want to cross a road. You have to wait at the traffic lights
for approx. 2 minutes before you can cross it. You then walk quickly
again for 5 minutes in one go. Your activity sensor now shows you
an activity time of 10 minutes. Even though you had a break of
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2 minutes at the traffic lights and did not walk for 10 minutes in one
go, you have reached the next activity level.
Level Symbol Activity
1 3.333 paces "quick walking" and "nor-
mal walking" or
10 minutes "quick walking" in one go.
A break of up to 2 minutes is possible.
2 another 3.333 paces "quick walking"
and "normal walking" or
another 10 minutes "quick walking" in
one go. A break of up to 2 minutes is
possible.
3 Alternatively
and
yet another 3.333 paces "quick walk-
ing" and "normal walking" or
yet another 10 minutes "quick walk-
ing" in one go. A break of up to
2 minutes is possible.
Analysis of the Training
You can transmit your training data via your activity sensor's PC inter-
face (mini-USB on the side of the device) and evaluate it there. The
required accessories, consisting of a CD with the PC software EasyFit
and a communication cable, are included in the scope of supply.
The PC software EasyFit controls data transfer from the activity sen-
sor and offers a variety of evaluation options. In addition, EasyFit
provides useful calendar and administrative functions, which also
support optimal training over longer periods of time. Using the soft-
ware, you can also control and monitor your weight management.
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FUNCTIONS OF THE ACTIVITY SENSOR
Time functions
Time of day
The date is adjustable and is
transmitted to the PC via the
EasyFit software. The date is
not visible on the display.
Settings
Weight in [kg]
Pace length for walking and
running in [cm]
Sensitivity of the device for
pace counting (5 levels)
Activity functions
Number of paces
Total time of activity
Reward system
Calorie consumption in [kcal]
(based on the walking/running
speed)
Fat burning in [g]
(based on the walking/running
speed)
Automatic deletion and storage
of the activity values every day
at 00:00 hours
Storage function for 14 days
Total time of activity
Number of paces
Calorie consumption
Fat burning
Your stored data can only be read out via the EasyFit software.
Only the current day's data can be recalled directly on the
activity sensor.
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GETTING STARTED
Insert battery/Change battery
If you do not want to insert or change the battery yourself,
please bring it to a watchmaker.
Change the battery in the morning before recording the activ-
ity. This is the only way to ensure that the daily recording is
not overwritten in the PC software EasyFit.
At first remove the activity sensor from the belt clip (see chapter “At-
taching the activity sensor”, section “Wearing the activity sensor on
your belt/trouser waistband“).
The battery compartment of the activity sensor is located on the back
of the monitor. Place the monitor with the front facing downwards on a
soft surface and insert the battery as follows:
1 Using a coin, turn the lid of the battery
compartment anticlockwise until the lid
comes off.
Remove the battery from the battery com-
partment with the aid of a pointed, non-
metallic tool, e.g. toothpick.
2 Put the battery into the battery com-
partmnt in such a way that the battery is
on top of the spring underneath the clip
(1) and the positive pole (+) faces up-
wards.
Check the seal. The seal has to lie flat in
the casing and there must be no visible
damage to it. The impermeability cannot
be guaranteed otherwise.
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3 Put the lid of the battery compartment into
the battery compartment so that it is flush
with the casing.
Pay attention that the arrow on the lid and
the arrow on the casing point against each
other.
4 To guarantee continued impermeability,
tighten the lid clockwise with the coin until
it stops.
Caution! Do not continue to turn the
lid, if it cannot be turned into the
battery compartment without resis-
tance. Repeat the process after
changing the position of the lid. The
catch mechanism could be dam-
aged otherwise.
5 Your activity sensor switches automatically
into the setting menu.
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GENERAL OPERATION OF THE ACTIVITY SENSOR
Buttons on the activity sensor
1 Switches between the different settings in the set-
ting menu and activity menu.
2 Sets values. Keep pressed to accelerate input
of the values.
Switches between the displays of the activity
values.
Pressing the button for 3 seconds in the activity
menu (Display: Activity time - Total number of
paces) switches the pace counter off (no sym-
bol) and on again (symbol ).
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Display
1 Top line
2 Middle line
3 Bottom line
4 Symbols:
Switches between the different setting displays in the
setting menu (arrow flashing).
Symbols of the reward system, they change depending
on the activity level (once a new activity level has been
reached, the symbol flashes for 1 minute). Once the
highest activity level has been reached, the display
switches between the big and the small Smiley. Press
any button to stop the display switching.
Man walking icon. This symbol is displayed if the time
for “normal walking” is longer than the time for “quick
walking” or the number or paces for “normal walking” is
bigger than the number of paces for “quick walking”.
Man running icon. This symbol is displayed if the time
for “quick walking” is longer than the time for “normal
walking” or the number or paces for “quick walking” is
bigger than the number of paces for “normal walking”.
“Normal walking”: < 90 paces per minute
“Quick walking”: > 90 paces per minute
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To continue getting exact results, the battery has to be
replaced as soon as possible after this symbol has been
displayed.
An explanation of the display abbreviations can be found in the list of
abbreviates at the end of the operating instructions.
Power saving mode
In time display press the button for
approx. 3 sec. to switch on the power saving
mode. The display of the activity sensor is
switched off in this mode to increase the battery
life. Only the time of day function is still working.
Pace counting and activity functions are
switched off in the same manner as the display
of the activity sensor. Press any button for
approx. 3 sec. to reactivate the display.
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BASIC SETTINGS
Overview
Adjust values with .
Short press = single entry, press and hold = accelerates the entry.
In the setting menu you can:
Enter your personal weight. The activity sensor uses it to calculate
your calorie consumption and your fat burning during physical ac-
tivity!
Specify the basic functions of the activity sensor.
Set the time and the date.
After inserting the battery (see chapter "Insert battery/Change bat-
tery") you automatically get into the setting menu.
Set weight
KG is displayed.
Please select your
weight (20-200 kg).
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Set activity data
An important presetting is to
enter your individual pace length
as accurately as possible.
Run or walk a distance where
you know the exact length (ref-
erence distance). For example
the 100 meter track in the ath-
letics stadium.
Count the paces you require
for it.
Divide the reference distance
by the number of paces, and
you will get the step length
(e.g. 100 m / 125 paces =
0.8 m = 80 cm).
CM and are displayed.
Set your pace length for
slow walking (20-250 cm).
CM and are displayed.
Set your pace length for
quick walking (20-250 cm).
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Set time of day
HOUR is displayed. The hour
setting blinks.
Set the hour (0-23).
MIN is displayed. The minute
setting blinks.
Set the minute (0-59).
Set date
YEAR is displayed. The year
setting blinks.
Set the year (2008-
2050).
MONTH is displayed. The
monthly setting blinks.
Set the month (1-12).
DAY is displayed. The day setting
blinks.
Set the day (1-31).
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RECORDING THE ACTIVITY
Overview
Adjust values with .
Short press = single entry, press and hold = accelerates the entry.
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In the activity menu you can:
Display your activity data.
Set the sensitivity of the device for pace
counting.
Change the basic settings of the activity sen-
sor.
Switch off the pace counter.
As soon as you are in the activity menu, your
active time will be displayed in the middle line
(after deletion: 00:00:00) and the paces you
have already walked or run will appear in the
bottom line.
Display activity data
You are in the activity menu.
Display 1:
Middle line: active time
Bottom line: paces already
walked or run
Display 2:
Middle line: fat burning [g]
Bottom line: calorie consumption
[kcal]
The calculation of the total
fat and calorie consump-
tion is based on the walk-
ing/running speed.
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Display 3:
Middle line: Time of day
Back to Display 1.
Attaching the activity sensor
There are various possibilities to wear the activity sensor: on your
belt/trouser waistband (recommended wearing method), in your trou-
ser pocket or as a wristwatch.
Pay attention to adjust the sensitivity of the device differently
depending on how it is attached. We recommend wearing the
activity sensor on your belt to get the most accurate results of
the device as possible!
Only change between belt clip and wristband if necessary.
Changing too frequently wears out the material of the wristband.
Wearing the activity sensor on your belt/trouser waistband
You can attach your activity sensor to your belt or your trouser waist-
band with the supplied belt clip. To do this, put the activity sensor into
the belt clip as follows:
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Put the casing into the belt clip. Pay
attention that the USB connector (1) is
fixed on the side of the clip with the
notch.
The casing has to be firmly and directly
attached to the belt clip, it must not be
loose. Otherwise there is a risk of the
device detaching itself and possibly
getting damaged.
Removing the activity sensor from the
belt clip:
There is a small groove between the
belt clip and the activity sensor. Put
your fingernail into this groove and
press slightly to separate the belt clip
and the activity sensor.
Do not pull on the buttons!
For the majority of users, sensitivity levels 3 or 4 are ideal when wear-
ing the activity sensor on your belt/trouser waistband. However the
value should be adjusted individually.
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Carrying the activity sensor in your trouser pocket
Basically you can also carry your activity sensor in your trouser
pocket.
Do not carry the activity sensor in the back pocket of your
trousers to prevent damages to the device or injuries by sit-
ting on it unintentionally.
Do not carry the activity sensor in large trouser pockets to
avoid getting inaccurate values as a result of the great freedom
of movement of the device.
For the majority of users, sensitivity levels 2 or 3 are ideal when carry-
ing the activity sensor in your trouser pocket. However the value
should be adjusted individually.
Wearing the activity sensor as a wristwatch
Your activity sensor can be worn on your wrist like a wristwatch. To
do this, please use the wristband supplied. To attach the device to the
wristband proceed as follows:
Put the casing into the wristband. Lift
the bars (1), which enclose the buttons
on the side, carefully over the buttons.
Pay attention to the position of the USB
connector (2).
The casing has to be firmly and directly
attached to the wristband, there must
be no gap. Otherwise, there is a risk of
the activity sensor's casing detaching
itself.
For the majority of users, sensitivity levels 1 or 3 are ideal when
wearing the activity sensor as a wristwatch. However the value
should be adjusted individually.
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Pace counting on the activity sensor
As soon as you have run at least 10 paces in one go, the number of
paces and the activity time are updated on the display. These initial
paces are taken into account for pace counting.
Change basic settings
Set sensitivity and change basic functions
To achieve an optimum result, the sensitivity of the device should be
individually set for the user. Five sensitivity levels can be selected
here (1=Low sensitivity, 5=High sensitivity). The slower your running
speed, the higher sensitivity level you should select.
Recommended levels of the sensitivity you will find in the
description of the different wearing methods (see chapter
„Getting started“).
You are in the activity menu.
Your activity sensor shows Dis-
play 1.
3 sec.
Set sensitivity
SENSI is displayed.
Set the sensitivity of the
device at first to Level 1. You can
test the sensitivity at a later date
in the menu flow and adapt it if
necessary (see below „Test sen-
sitivity“).
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Change basic functions
CM and are displayed.
Set your pace length for
slow walking (20-250 cm).
CM and are displayed.
Set your pace length for
quick walking (20-250 cm).
Back to Display 1.
Test sensitivity
Walk a distance between 20 and
50 paces. To do this, wear the
device in the place in which you
will be using it every day (as a
wristwatch, as a belt clip or in
your trouser pocket).
Do not look at the display
while you are running to
avoid accidents by stum-
bling.
If the paces counted agree with
the pace display on the device,
then this intensity level is appro-
priate. If not, you should proceed
with the other intensity levels in
the same way.
If the number of paces displayed
is too high, you should set a
lower sensitivity level. If the num-
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ber of paces displayed is too low,
you should set a higher level.
Change weight
You are in the activity menu. Your
activity sensor shows Display 2.
3 sec.
KG is displayed.
Please select your
weight (20-200 kg).
Back to Display 2.
Change time of day and date
You are in the activity menu. Your
activity sensor shows Display 3.
3 sec.
Change time of day
HOUR is displayed. The hour
setting blinks.
Set the hour (0-23).
MIN is displayed. The minute
setting blinks.
Set the minute (0-59).
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Change date
YEAR is displayed. The year
setting blinks.
Set the year (2008-
2050).
MONTH is displayed. The monthly
setting blinks.
Set the month (1-12).
DAY is displayed. The day setting
blinks.
Set the day (1-31).
Back to Display 3.
Switch off pace measurement
The activity sensor is not able to record any exact activity data for
specific means of transport, such as e.g. driving a car. Therefore
switch th activity sensor off so as not to affect your actual activity
times.
If you also calculate your fitness values (bicycling, swimming
etc.) with an EasyFit-compatible Beurer HR Monitor, you can
evaluate the measured data of both devices together via the
EasyFit software. You thus get an overview of all your activity
and fitness values.
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It is possible to switch off the pace measurement
of the activity sensor:
You are in the activity menu. The activity time is
displayed in the middle line and your number of
paces in the bottom line. Press the
button for approx. 3 sec. to switch off the pace
measurement. Pressing the button again for
approx. 3 sec. reactivates the pace measure-
ment ( ).
STORAGE FUNCTION
Your activity sensor has a storage function which stores your activity
data for up to 14 days. Your data is stored every day at 0:00 hours
and then reset to "0" on the display. From the 15th day, the oldest day
respectively is overwritten by the new day.
To be able to control your daily amount of exercise at best, we rec-
ommend transmitting your activity data to the EasyFit software with
the USB cable at the latest every 13 days. This guarantees that your
physical activity is optimally controlled in the long term.
Please note that when changing the battery, the stored data
of the current day is deleted in the EasyFit software. There-
fore, only change the battery in the morning to avoid data
overwriting.
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EASYFIT SOFTWARE
The EasyFit software permits you to evaluate your training data
optimally and control your achievements over a longer period of
time. In addition to that, you will find many other functions for weight
management and for workout planning.
Calendar functions
Transfer of the training recordings
Weekly workout planning for achieving the desired weight
Various analyses and graphics for observing the training progress
Installation of the software
To install the software, please pay attention to the printed instruction
or to the file "Install_Readme" on the enclosed CD. Please follow the
instructions to install the software exactly and in the order specified.
Under high electrostatic discharge environment, it could be
required to reconnect the PC communication.
System requirements
Operating system Windows 2000/XP (SP2), Vista
CPU optimal from 1.2 GHz
Main memory optimal from 256 MB RAM
Hard disk optimal from 200 MB free storage space,
minimum 100 MB
Graphic resolution from 1024 x 768
Other requirements CD-ROM drive, USB port
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND BATTERIES
Activity sensor Spray proof
Battery 3V lithium battery, type CR2032
Replacing the batteries
Used batteries do not belong in the household gar-
bage. Dispose of these through your electronics
dealer or your local collecting point for recoverables.
You are legally required to do this. We will find this
symbol on batteries containing toxic chemicals:
Pb = battery contains lead, Cd = battery contains
cadmium, Hg = battery contains mercury.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Why don't I reach the next activity level (Smiley symbol), even
though my activity sensor displays an activity time of 10 min-
utes?
You have not run quickly for at least 10 minutes in one go or you
have not walked for 3,333 paces. Only then can you reach the next
activity level.
Explanation: The activity time appears on the display of the activity
sensor. The activity time is the total time you have been active on
this day. It is not evident how many breaks you made during this
time.
How can I change my personal data?
You can change your personal data in the activity menu. Read also
chapter “Set sensitivity and change basic functions”, “Change weight”
and “Change time of day and date”.
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What can be done if the activity sensor accidentally gets wet?
The activity sensor is protected against small amounts of water
(spray). If the device should be washed or falls into water acciden-
tally, proceed as follows:
Remove the battery from the activity sensor. Read chapter "Re-
place the batteries" for more details.
Dry the entire device with a dry lint-free cloth and leave it open for
one day.
Do not put the device on the heating or in the sun to dry!
Insert the battery into the device again. Read chapter "Insert bat-
tery/Change battery" for more details.
In which position does the device provide the most accurate
measurements?
The measuring precision of the activity sensor depends on the set-
ting for sensitivity, the running style of the user and also the position
of the device during measuring.
The sensitivity of the device has to be individually set depend-
ing on the way it is worn.
The activity sensor provides the best measuring results when at-
tached to your belt or trouser waistband.
Why does nothing happen when you press the buttons?
Check the state of the battery!
If the battery is dead, then no display is possible. Insert a new battery
(see chapter “Insert battery/Change battery").
Why is nothing shown on the display?
Check the state of the battery!
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If the battery is dead, then no display is possible. Insert a new bat-
tery (see chapter “Insert battery/Change battery").
Check whether the battery has been inserted properly!
If not, insert the battery again (see chapter “Insert battery/Change
battery").
Please note: If the contact is incorrect, the device can be damaged
and it can possibly no longer work.
Why are my paces not recorded correctly?
Set the sensitivity of the device to your personal pace sequence
(see chapter "Recording the activity", section "Setting the sensitiv-
ity of the device for pace counting").
Check the state of the battery!
If the battery is dead, then the device cannot measure correctly.
Insert a new battery (see chapter “Insert battery/Change battery").
Why can't I download my data from the activity sensor?
Check cable attachment to the mini-USB. If the cable is not inserted
properly, then no connection can be made.
Can I use the activity sensor for bicycling as well?
The activity sensor is capable of counting pedalling movements when
bicycling, provided it is worn in an appropriate position (best: on leg or
in a tightly closing or side pocket of your pants. Not recommended: on
the belt). However, the movements counted are not equivalent to
steps walked. Continuous pedalling is mostly added to the “normal
walking” activity time.
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviations on the display in alphabetical order:
Abbreviation English
cm Centimeter
Day Day
g Fat burning in [g]
Hour Hour
kcal Calorie consumption in [Kcal]
Kg Kilogram
Min Minute
Month Month
Sensi Sensitivity of the device for pace counting (5 levels)
Year Year
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INDEX
A
Accessories 4
Activity 3, 5
Application 3
Attaching the activity sensor 19
B
Basic settings 14
Batteries 28
Buttons 11
C
Care 4
Carrying the activity sensor
in your trouser pocket 21
Change basic functions 23
Change date 25
Change time of day 24
Change weight 24
Cleaning 4
D
Display 12
Display activity data 18
Disposal 4
E
EasyFit software 27
EasyFit Software 7
F
Fitness 5
G
Getting started 9
H
Health 5
I
Installation of the Software 27
L
List of abbreviations 31
N
Notes 3
P
Pace counting 22
Power saving mode 13
Q
Questions and answers 28
R
Recording the Activity 17
Repair 4
Reward system 6
S
Scope of delivery 2
Set date 16
Set sensitivity 22
Set the activity data 15
Set time of day 16
Set weight 14
Setting the sensitivity of the device
30
Storage 26
Storage function 26
Switch off pace measurement 25
Symbol 12
T
Technical specifications 28
Test sensitivity 23
W
Wearing the activity sensor
as a wristwatch 21
on your belt/trouser waistband
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