Medion MD41401 manuale

Medion MD41401
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Introduction

Explanation of the abbreviations used in the
instructions and on the display
SAT - Saturdays kcal - Kilocalories
SUN - Sundays kg - Kilogram
MON - Mondays lb - Pounds (weight)
TUES - Tuesdays cm - Centimetre
WED - Wednesdays V - Volt
THUR - Thursdays kHz - Kilohertz
FRI - Fridays bpm - Beats per minute
ALL - every day - Body mass index
OFF - Alarm deactivated HR - Heart rate
Almo1 - Alarm 1 MHR - Maximum heart rate
Almo2 - Alarm 2 UPPER - Upper limit
Sex - Sex LOWER - Lower limit
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Introduction

MY - My settings M - Male
CDT - Countdown mode W - Female
SW - Stopwatch mode
MXRUN - Total lap time
AVRUN - Average lap time
RUN1 - Lap 1
IN - Time within the limits
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Button functions

Never press the function buttons under
water, otherwise moisture will penetrate the
casing.
MODE button
The Mode button is used to switch between
the various operating modes:
Time mode > Alarm mode > My mode >
Countdown mode > Stopwatch mode > Calorie
mode.
You also use this button to confirm the
settings you have made. You can open other
options from inside a mode.
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Button functions

SET button
You use the SET button to make settings within a mode.
START/STOP button
You enter most settings using the START/STOP button.
LIGHT/ALARM button
Press the button for approx. 2 seconds to activate/deactivate the acoustic signal.
A sound symbol will appear in the display and an acoustic signal will sound upon
button activation or when leaving the training range, provided this function has been
activated.
You also press this button to switch the background lighting on for 5 seconds.
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Setting times and date

If required switch to time mode using the button; the
screen displays the heart rate, time and date and weekday
in succession.
12/24 hour display
Press in normal time mode to switch between displaying the 24 and 12 hour
clock.
When in 12 hour display
A stands for "AM" (for times between 0:00 and 11:59)
and
P for "PM" (for times between 12:00 and 23:59).
When in 12 hour mode the date is displayed using the month-day format and when in 24 hour
mode using the day-month format!
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Setting times and date

1. Setting DUAL time
Using dual time you can set a different time for a second time zone.
Hold down for approx 2 seconds. After has been displayed the different
time setting for the second time zone flashes.
 Each time you press the time changes by one hour. At 23 the display
changes to minus values.
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Setting times and date

2. Setting clock time
 Press to set the time. The hour display flashes. Press to set the
hours.
 Press . The minutes display flashes. Press to set the minutes.
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Setting times and date

3. Setting the date
 Press to set the date. The year flashes. Press to set the year.
 Press . The month flashes. Press to set the month.
 Press . The day flashes. Press to set the day.
If you press again you return to normal time mode.
The day of the week is taken from the integrated calendar.
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Alarm mode

You can set eight alarms (e.g. individually for each weekday and together for all
weekdays). The various alarms are shown by
almo1 (Alarm1) to almo8 (Alarm8).
In alarm mode the screen shows the heart rate, the alarm time and the
corresponding alarm number e.g.
almo1 (Alarm1).
If the alarm is activated the display changes between the alarm number and the day
on which it is activated or
ALL, if the alarm has been activated for all weekdays. A
bell symbol is shown in the top right corner.
If an alarm is activated the alarm display changes to
OFF.
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Alarm mode

Setting alarms.
 Press to open the ALARM mode.
 Hold down the button for a few seconds to move from one alarm number
to the next. Select the alarm that you wish to set.
 Hold down the button for a few seconds to set the alarm time. After
has been displayed the hour flashes. Press to set the hours.
 Press . The minute display flashes. Press to set the minutes.
 Click to confirm the setting.
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Alarm mode

Activating/deactivating alarms
By repeatedly pressing the button you choose whether to activate the alarm
for a weekday (
Sun-Sat) (Sunday-Saturday) or for the whole week (ALL) or whether
to deactivate the alarm (
off).
If an alarm is activated the bell symbol remains visible in all operating modes. The bell symbol
disappears if none of the eight alarms are activated.
You can switch off the alarm by pressing any button.
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USET - Personal Settings

 Press to open the height entry.
 Enter your height using (up to max. 255 cm).
 Then press to open the age entry.
Enter the year in which you were born using (between 1900 and the current
year).
Press the button and enter the day on which you were born using the
button.
 Press the button and enter the month on which you were born using the
button.
 Close the settings using .
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Determining heart rate range

Automatic calculation
Your heart rate monitor calculates your upper and lower limits automatically from
the personal data you enter.
In order to ensure the best possible training with the heart rate monitor you can
also calculate and enter a specific training range with upper and lower heart rate
limits manually.
Manual calculation
To calculate the training limits, take your maximum heart rate (MHR) as a basis. It
is normally calculated using the following formula:
Men : 220 minus age
Women : 230 minus age
To determine your personal, maximum heart rate, consult your doctor or your
trainer.
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Determining heart rate range

Now you can calculate the upper and lower pulse limits for your form of training. To
do this multiply your maximum heart rate with the factor that matches your desired
type of training:
Maintaining health:
Lower limit: MHR x 0.50;
Upper limit: MHR x 0.65.
Endurance training:
Lower limit: MHR x 0.65;
Upper limit: MHR x 0.80.
Maximum intensity:
Lower limit: MHR x 0.80;
Upper limit: MHR x 0.95.
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Determining heart rate range

Example:
A 35-year old woman who wants to do endurance training sets her lower training
limit to 127 (230 - 35 = 195 * 0.65 = 126.75) and the upper training limit to 156
(230 - 35 = 195 * 0.6 = 156).
Discuss your personal training type and your personal heart rate range with a doctor or a
qualified trainer!
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Determining limits automatically

In order to set your training limits press to change to the stopwatch mode.
STW (for stopwatch) appears in the lowest line of the screen.
 Hold down for approx 2 seconds. After displaying the screen that you
use to switch between the training stopwatch and lap time stop watch using the
button appears as does the one to switch the recovery countdown/fitness
test on or off (RECOV ON/OFF; Page 42).
In order to make the settings the stopwatch must show
0:00:00!
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Determining limits automatically

 Press the mode button to access the EXERCISE setting. Press to set
the exercise type from 1 to 38 with the aid the table in the "Activity/sport types
parameters, Page 29" chapter or from the enclosed activity list.
Press the mode button to access the INTEN setting. Press to set the
intensity from 1 (fat-burning training), 2 (basic endurance training) or 3 (intensive
endurance training).
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Determining limits automatically

Description of the training types
Fat-burning training:
The limits for this type of training are calculated for ideal fat burning.
Basic endurance training:
In this type of exercise the limits are calculated for training at normal intensities.
Intensive training:
In this type of exercise the limits are calculated for training at high intensities.
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Determining limits automatically

Activity/sport type parameters
The following table can help you to enter the parameters for an activity or type of
sport for which you wish to calculate the calorie consumption.
Please note that these are rough guidelines because people practice sport at various levels of
intensity.
Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
1 Aerobics, medium 047 4 Basketball 063
2 Aerobics, intensive 061 5 Boxing 062
3 Badminton 044 6 Football 095
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Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
7 Football 059 14 Climbing 0.00055
8 Golf 039 15 Weight training 0.00032
9 Gymnastics 030 16 Running (<6 min/km) 0.00088
10 Handball 063 17 Walking (<4.3 min/km) 0.00104
11 Inline skating 040 18 Running (<3 min/km) 0.00131
12 Canoeing - racing 047 19 Motocross/Enduro 0.00070
13 Canoeing - trekking 020 (slow/normal)
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Determining limits automatically

Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
Exer-
cise
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
20 Motocross/Enduro 120 26 Swimming, breaststroke 074
(fast/competition) 27 Swimming, 071
21 Cross-country running 074 fast crawl
22 Cycling 9 km/h 029 28 Swimming, 070
23 Cycle racing 079 slow crawl
24 Rowing 040 29 Skipping (70/min) 074
25 Swimming, backstroke 077 30 Skipping (125/min) 080
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Exerci
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Type of sport Para
(Parameter) se
Type of sport Para
(Parameter)
31 Skiing  cross-country 074 36 Dancing 023
32 Skiing - downhill 064 37 Walking 036
33 Spinning 065 (normal speed)
34 Squash 096 38 Hiking 068
35 Tennis 050 (fast hiking)
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Determining limits automatically

Now your monitor will display the upper limit it has calculated.
You can change the value as you wish, as described below, or use the value given.
In order to change the heart rate monitor at a later point in time ignore the points
described above by pressing the button when the upper limit is flashing.
 Press the mode button to set the upper limit of the heart rate monitor.
Press to set a value for the upper limit of between 31 and 240.
Press to enter the setting for the lower heart rate limit. Press now to
set a value for the lower limit of between 30 and 239.
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Determining limits automatically

 Press to confirm the setting and return to the stopwatch mode.
You cannot set a lower limit that is higher than the upper limit.
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Warnings when you leave the heart rate range
Your current heart rate is displayed during training.
If your heart rate is above the set range you are informed of this by a flashing value
and an up (pulse too high) or down (pulse too low) arrow. The arrows disappear as
soon as your current value is located within the pre-set training range.
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An acoustic alarm can also be set.
 Press the button for approx 2 seconds to activate/deactivate the acoustic
signal. The symbol for the acoustic signal is shown on the screen. If the pulse now
goes above or below the limits an acoustic signal sounds every few seconds.
 Hold the button for approx 2 seconds to switch off the acoustic signal.
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Calorie mode (KCAL)

Calculating calories consumed and fat breakdown
The achieved calorie consumption and the fat breakdown are calculated from the
measured heart rate when the training stopwatch is activated.
Before training you can change the parameters as required. Otherwise the
standard settings for the type of sport are used.
The calorie consumption is measured at a heart rate of more than 100 beats/minute and only
after the training stopwatch has been started.
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USET - Personal Settings

Before you can use your heart rate monitor for training you have to enter some
personal data such as your sex, weight, height and age. These values are required
to calculate the limits automatically later. The monitor must be in My mode for the
data to be entered. The lowest line of the screen displays the
My (My settings)
entry. If this is not the case enter My mode by pressing the button.
 Hold down the button in My mode for approx. 2 seconds until the
message disappears.
 Now press the button to select your sex - "
M" for man or "W" for women.
 Press to open the weight entry.
 Enter your weight using (between 20 and 227 kg).
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