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|rickshoop||2:49pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|When first using the Voice Imput feature I suggest mounting the unit to your vehicle and practicing what it takes to make it perform the way it should...|
|frank2011||8:58am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|This truly an amazing little device. It has revitalized my running. I recommend it to any semi-serious runner. an awesome product and worth the money. never expected it could so much. a must have for all runners. has everything a runner needs. Well worth the investment! Easy to set up! Easy to use! Helps to design work out, motivate for increased speed and see fitness improvement. Bulky.|
|mocqueanh||7:26pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|Very satisfied with the service. My order shipped and arrived very quickly and I received the item in excellent condition. The price was great too.|
|annacoers||10:30pm on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|Absolute awesome for any runner!! One of the best priceson the web and the only site with a Reasonable price[...]. An essential for any runner! Bought for hiking and exercise on eliptical cross-trainer Accurate,Compact Design Limited Features I use it for running and cycling. It is very accurate and easy to use. It does take several minutes to lock onto satellites.|
|ralleon||1:11am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010|
|GPS is consistently accurate, easy screen to read GPS can take up to a minute on cloudy days Easy to use. Very accurate. Helpful for training. Menus a bit confusing.|
|Hammer1||3:16am on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|Great investment if you plan to exercise on a regular basis. A must for anyone who runs marathons or long distances. Easy to use and read display. This device aids me in my workouts and at work. I was using google maps before to gauge distances for my walks and jogs. It was wrong.|
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with ANT+Sport wireless technology
2007 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. Garmin (Europe) Ltd. 1200 East 151st Street, Liberty House, Olathe, Kansas 66062, Hounsdown Business Park, USA Southampton, Hampshire, Tel. (913) 397.8200 or SO40 9RB UK (800) 800.1020 Tel. +44 (0) 870.8501241 (outside the Fax (913) 397.8282 UK) (within the UK) Fax +44 (0) 870.8501251 All rights reserved. Except as expressly provided herein, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded or stored in any storage medium, for any purpose without the express prior written consent of Garmin. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto a hard drive or other electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or of any revision hereto, provided that such electronic or printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this copyright notice and provided further that any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products November 2007
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Part Number 190-00839-00 Rev. E
Thank you for purchasing the Garmin Forerunner 50 sports monitoring watch. Warning: Always consult your physician before you begin or modify any exercise program. See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.
In the USA, contact Garmin Product Support by phone: (913) 397.8200 or (800) 800.1020, MondayFriday; or go to www.garmin.com/support. In Europe, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. at +44 (0) 870.8501241 (outside the UK) or (within the UK).
Free Garmin Software
Help us better support you by completing our online registration today. Go to www.garmin.com/ forerunner. Keep the original sales receipt, or a photocopy, in a safe place.
Go to www.garmin.com/forerunner to download the Garmin Connect Web-based software or the Garmin Training Center computer software. Use this software to store and analyze your workout data.
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Table of Contents
Product Registration.. i Contact Garmin. i Free Garmin Software. i Whats in the Box?. iv. Buttons.. 1 Icons.. 2 Forerunner Backlight.. 2 Step 1: Turn on Your Forerunner.. 2. Step 2: Set the Time.. 3. Step 3: Set Up Sensors (Optional).. 3 Step 4: Go for a Run!. 4 Step 5: Download Free Software. 4 Step 6: Send Workout Data to Your Computer.. 4
Getting Started.. 1.
Using Accessories.. 5 Using the Heart Rate Monitor.. 5. Using the Foot Pod.. 7 Calibrating the Foot Pod. 8 Removing the Foot Pod. 9 Turning Off the Foot Pod. 9 Using the GSC 10. 9
Time Mode. 10
Chimes.. 10 Set the Time.. 10. Set the Alarm.. 10 Set a Second Time Zone. 11 More Time Options.. 11 Timed Workout. 12 Training Settings. 13 Training Zones. 14 Running Zones. 15
Train Mode.. 12.
Heart Rate Zones.. 15 How Do Heart Rate Zones Affect Your Fitness Goals?.. 16 Computer Pairing.. 18 Battery Information.. 27 Forerunner Battery. 27 Heart Rate Monitor Battery 28 Foot Pod Battery.. 29 Specifications.. 30 Forerunner 50. 30 USB ANT stick. 31 Heart Rate Monitor. 31 Foot Pod.. 32. Troubleshooting.. 33 Software License Agreement.. 35 Declaration of Conformity. 35
Interval Timer Mode.. 19.
Setting the Timers. 19. Starting the Timers. 20 Stopping and Resetting the Timers.. 20 Using Timer Repeat. 20 Viewing Workout History. 21 Managing Memory. 22 Deleting Workout History. 23 Requirements. 24 Optional Accessories. 26 Bike Accessories. 26 Pairing Sensors. 26
History Mode.. 21
Data Upload Mode. 24 Appendix.. 26
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Whats in the Box?
Forerunner 50 sports monitoring watch including four modes: Time, Train, Interval Timer, and History. USB ANT stick to wirelessly send workout data from your Forerunner to your computer. For more information, see page 24. Heart rate monitor (optional) sends heart rate data to the Forerunner (see page 5). Foot pod (optional) sends speed and distance data to the Forerunner (see page 7). For more information about compatible accessories, go to http://buy.garmin.com.
Press and hold to turn the backlight on/off. Press to scroll through the data pages in Train mode or History mode. Press to confirm and advance to the next setting.
Press to change modes. Press to exit a menu or page. Press and hold to return to the Time page. lap/reset/ Press to create a new lap. Press and hold to save your workout in Train mode. Press to decrease the value for settings. start/stop/+ Press to start or stop the timer. Press and hold to customize settings. Press to increase the value for settings.
Above high zone setting Below low zone setting Bike sensor active Foot pod sensor active Heart rate sensor active Data uploading Interval timer mode Alarm on Chime on Second time zone
Press and hold view to turn on the backlight for 5 seconds. Extend the backlight for 5 more seconds by pressing any button.
Step 1: Turn on Your Forerunner
Press and hold start/stop to turn on your Forerunner. Your Forerunner ships with the power off to conserve the battery. For more battery information, see page 27.
Step 2: Set the Time
1. On the Time page, press and hold start/stop until the hour setting blinks.
Step 3: Set Up Sensors (Optional)
2. Use + and - to adjust the hour.
TIP: Press and hold + or - to scroll quickly through the hours, minutes, and other Time mode settings.
3. Press view to advance to the minutes setting. 4. Use + and - to adjust the minutes. 5. Continue this process to set seconds, month, day, year, and 12/24-hour mode. 6. When finished, press mode to resume Time mode.
If your Forerunner included a heart rate monitor and foot pod, the ANT+Sport sensors are already paired. Press mode until the Train page appears. The and icons appear on the Forerunner screen when the sensors are paired. If you purchased an accessory separately, see Pairing Sensors on page 26. For instructions on using the heart rate monitor, see page 5. For instruction on using the foot pod, see page 7.
Step 4: Go for a Run!
In Train mode, press start to start the timer. After completing your run, press stop. Press and hold lap/reset to save your workout. Use + and - to toggle YES or NO. Press view to confirm.
Step 6: Send Workout Data to Your Computer
note: You must download software as instructed in Step 5 so that the necessary USB drivers are installed before connecting the USB ANT stick to your computer.
Step 5: Download Free Software
1. Go to www.garmin.com/ forerunner. 2. Create a free myGarmin account. 3. Choose Garmin Connect or Garmin Training Center with Garmin ANT Agent. Click Download. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
1. Plug the USB ANT stick into an available USB port on your computer. 2. Bring your Forerunner within range (5 m) of your computer. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
If your Forerunner came with a sensor (with ANT+Sport wireless technology) in the box, the sensors and the Forerunner are already paired. If you purchased an accessory separately, see page 26 for pairing instructions. For information about purchasing additional accessories, go to http://buy.garmin.com.
Using the Heart Rate Monitor
The heart rate monitor is on standby and ready to send data. Wear the heart rate monitor directly on your skin, just below your breastplate. It should be snug enough to stay in place during your run.
1. Push one tab on the strap through the slot in the heart rate monitor. Press the tab down.
Heart Rate Monitor Strap Slot Heart Rate Monitor (Front) Sensors
Heart Rate Monitor (Back)
2. Wet both sensors on the back of the heart rate monitor to create a strong connection between your chest and the transmitter. 3. Wrap the strap around your chest and attach it to the other side of the heart rate monitor. 7. If or heart rate data does not appear or if you have erratic heart rate data, you may have to tighten the strap on your chest or warm up for 510 minutes. If the problem persists, you may have to pair the sensors. See page 26.
note: The Garmin logo should be right-side up.
4. Bring the Forerunner within range (3 m) of the heart rate monitor. 5. Press mode to access Train mode. The heart rate icon appears on the Train page. 6. Press view to advance to the HEART data page.
note: For instructions on setting up heart rate zones, see page 15.
Using the Foot Pod
The foot pod is on standby and ready to send data (like the heart rate monitor). When you install or move the foot pod, the LED blinks three times.
1. Press the tabs on the lace clip. Lift and separate the foot pod from the lace clip. 2. Loosen your shoe laces slightly. 3. Thread the lace clip through 23 secure sections of your shoelaces, allowing enough room at the top to tie the shoelaces. 4. Tie your shoelaces securely to keep the foot pod in place during your workout. 5. Snap the foot pod into the lace clip. The foot pod must be pointed toward the front of your shoe.
or foot pod data does 9. If not appear, you may have to pair the foot pod and the Forerunner. See page 26.
Calibrating the Foot Pod
6. Bring the Forerunner within range (3 m) of the foot pod. 7. Press mode to access Train mode. The foot pod icon appears on the Train page. 8. Press view to access the DIST, LAP, or SPEED/PACE data pages.
Calibrating your foot pod is optional and can improve accuracy. There are two ways to adjust the calibration: auto and manual. Auto Calibration The minimum calibration distance is 400 m. For best results, calibrate the foot pod using the longest distance possible at your typical pace. A regulation track (one lap = 400 m) is more accurate than a treadmill.
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view to advance to the PUSH CALIB setting.
3. Press start to begin recording. 4. Run or walk the known distance. 5. Press stop. 6. Use + and - to adjust the calibration distance to the ACTUAL distance. 7. Press view to save the calibrated distance.
Removing the Foot Pod
Press the tabs on the front of the lace clip to remove the foot pod.
Turning Off the Foot Pod
After 30 minutes of inactivity, the foot pod automatically turns off to conserve the battery (the LED blinks twice).
Manual Calibration If your foot pod distance seems slightly high or low each time you run, you can manually adjust the calibration factor.
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view to advance to the CALIB setting. 3. Use + and - to adjust the calibration factor. 4. Press view to save the calibration factor. Forerunner 50 Owners Manual
Using the GSC 10
Your Forerunner is compatible with the GSC 10 speed and cadence sensor for bikes. The GSC 10 is an optional accessory that is available at http://buy.garmin.com. For more information, see page 26.
Set the Time
See page 3.
Time mode is the default view of the Forerunner. After 30 minutes of inactivity, the Forerunner automatically returns to the Time page. Otherwise, press mode until the Time page appears.
Set the Alarm
1. On the Time page, press start/stop. The Alarm page appears.
2. Press and hold start/stop until the hour setting blinks. 3. Use + and - to adjust the hour.
On the Time page, press and hold view to toggle Chime mode.
4. Press view to advance to the minutes setting.
5. Use + and - to adjust the minutes. 6. When finished, press mode to resume Alarm mode. 7. Press lap/reset to activate (or deactivate) the alarm. The icon appears on the Time page and the Alarm page.
More Time Options
Press lap/reset to alternate the view between day and month. Press and hold lap/reset to alternate time zones.
Set a Second Time Zone
You can set the Forerunner time for two time zones.
1. On the Time page, press and hold lap/reset to change to the second time zone. The icon appears on the Time page. 2. Follow the instructions on page 3 to set the time. 3. Press and hold lap/reset to change back to the first time zone. Forerunner 50 Owners Manual11
2. When finished, press stop.
Train mode displays your current workout settings and data. Press mode until the Train page appears.
note: To pause the active session, press stop. Press start when you are ready to continue the session. Your history includes a rest lap that contains rest time only.
3. To save the workout, press and hold lap/reset. Use + and - to toggle YES or NO. Press view to confirm.
1. Press start to begin an active session. Press lap to mark a known position or distance during your workout. Press view to scroll through data pages. Press and hold view to view secondary data pages.
AUTOturn Auto Lap on or off. When AUTO lap is ON, laps are triggered by distance; you cannot use the lap button to manually mark laps Press view again to enter the distance. ZONESturn the training zones on or off. See Training Zones. PUSH CALIBcalibrate the foot pod by running a known distance, see page 8. TxPAIRsee page 18. CALIBenter a calibration factor to adjust foot pod calibration to a known value. See page 8. WHEELenter the wheel circumference in mm (GSC 10 required).
note: Training settings cannot be modified during an active session in Train mode.
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view to advance to the next setting. The following settings can be modified: UNITSchange units to miles or kilometers. PACE SHOWdisplay pace in minutes per mile/ kilometer. OR SPEED SHOWdisplay speed in miles/kilometers per hour.
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WGT LBenter your weight (pounds or kilograms determined by the UNITS setting) GENDER PUSH PAIRsee page 26. 3. Use + and - to toggle or change numeric settings. 4. Press mode at any time to return to the Train page. Audible zone alarms Pace and speed zones (foot pod required) Heart rate zone (heart rate monitor required) Bike speed and cadence zones (GSC 10 required)
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view to advance to the ZONES setting. 3. Press + to set ZONES to ON.
Note: During a workout with training zones, the and icons flash if you are above or below the specified range.
4. Press view to advance to the next zone setting. Use + and - to toggle or adjust numeric values for each zone limit. The following zone settings can be modified: 14 Forerunner 50 Owners Manual
6. Press + to set ZO RUN to ON. 7. Press view to advance to the RUN LO and RUN HI settings. Use + and - to toggle or adjust numeric values for each zone limit.
Use the foot pod to track speed, distance, steps, and pace during a workout on the Forerunner indoors or outdoors. You can set the low and high zone limits based on either speed or pace. The ZONES must be set to ON.
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view, and then select PACE SHOW or SPEED SHOW. 3. Press view to advance to ZONES. 4. Press + to set ZONES to ON. 5. Press view to advance to ZO RUN.
Heart Rate Zones
Setting the heart rate zone is very similar to setting speed or pace zones. See page 14. Many runners and other athletes are using heart rate zones to measure and increase their cardiovascular strength and improve their level of fitness. A heart rate zone is a set range of heartbeats per minute. The five commonly accepted heart rate zones are numbered from 1 to 5 according to increasing intensity. Generally, heart rate zones are calculated based on percentages of your maximum heart rate.
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How Do Heart Rate Zones Affect Your Fitness Goals?
Knowing your heart rate zones can help you measure and improve your fitness by understanding and applying these principles: Your heart rate is a good measure of exercise intensity. Training in certain heart rate zones can help you improve cardiovascular capacity and strength. Knowing your heart rate zones can prevent you from overtraining and can decrease your risk of injury.
You can set the low and high heart rate limits on your Forerunner. If you know your maximum heart rate, you can use the following table to determine the best heart rate zone for your fitness objectives. If you do not know your maximum heart rate, use one of the calculators available on the Internet.
Zone % of Maximum Heart Rate 5060% 6070% Perceived Exertion Benefits
Relaxed, easy pace; rhythmic breathing Comfortable pace; slightly deeper breathing, conversation possible Moderate pace; more difficult to hold conversation Fast pace and a bit uncomfortable; breathing forceful Sprinting pace, unsustainable for long period of time; labored breathing
Beginning-level aerobic training; reduces stress Basic cardiovascular training; good recovery pace Improved aerobic capacity; optimal cardiovascular training Improved anaerobic capacity and threshold; improved speed Anaerobic and muscular endurance; increased power
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Computer pairing is the setting in which the Forerunner automatically detects and pairs additional computers with a USB ANT stick. To pair your Forerunner with a new computer:
After you have paired with your primary computer, turn computer pairing off to avoid disruptive messages on the Forerunner and nearby computers. To turn off computer pairing:
1. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 2. Press view to advance to the TxPAIR setting. 3. Press - to turn off computer pairing.
1. Verify that the computer is set up for data upload. See the requirements on page 24. 2. On the Train page, press and hold start/stop. 3. Press view to advance to the TxPAIR setting.
4. Press + to turn on computer pairing. Your computer detects the Forerunner and requests to pair. 5. Press view. 6. Press +. The FOUND Comp confirmation message appears. 18 Forerunner 50 Owners Manual
Interval Timer Mode
You can set two timers in Interval Timer mode. Setting up a Forerunner timer is very similar to setting the time of day. Press mode until the Timer page appears.
Interval Timer Mode TIP: Press and hold + or - to scroll quickly through the hours, minutes, and seconds.
3. Press view to advance to the next setting. 4. Repeat this process for minutes and seconds. When finished, press view to advance to the REPEAT setting (see page 20). 5. Press + and - to turn on or off the repeat function. 6. Press view to advance to TIMER 2 settings.
Setting the Timers
1. On the Timer page, press and hold start/stop until the hour setting blinks.
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7. Press + and - to turn on or off the TIMER 2 function.
Stopping and Resetting the Timers
1. Press stop at any time to pause the timer. 2. Press and hold lap/reset to reset the timer.
8. Repeat steps 24 to set TIMER 2. When finished, press mode to resume Timer mode.
Using Timer Repeat
Starting the Timers
1. Press view to choose TIMER 1 or TIMER 2. 2. Press start. The timer counts down and beeps when finished.
Set the timer to REPEAT to automatically restart the timer after it beeps. If both TIMER 1 and TIMER 2 are active, the repeat function runs TIMER 1 > TIMER 2 > TIMER 1 > TIMER 2 , and so forth until you press stop.
Your Forerunner stores workout data based on the type of workout, the accessories used, and your training settings. Press mode until the History page appears.
3. Press + and - to view the rest of the run data depending on which accessories, settings, and training zones were used: Total run time Total distance Total steps Total calories Time in each zone (ZONES must be set to ON).
Viewing Workout History
1. On the History page, press + and - to scroll through your saved runs and workout data.
2. Press view to display the start time and lap information.
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4. Press view from any of these pages to view the next level of history data. Press + or - to view the available data pages: Average lap time Average lap speed Average heart rate 5. Press view from any of these pages to view the next level of history data: details for each lap in your workout. Press + or - to view the available data pages.
Your Forerunner holds up to 100 laps and up to seven hours of exercise files. When there is approximately one hour of memory remaining, the Lo MEM warning appears on the Forerunner screen in Train mode. When the memory is full, the Full MEM warning appears, and your Forerunner stops recording data. For information about uploading data to your computer, see page 24.
Deleting Workout History
Note: See page 24 for information about transferring workout data to your computer.
1. On the History page, press + or - to scroll through your saved runs to select the run you want to delete. 2. Press and hold lap/reset to delete a single run. Continue to hold lap/reset to delete all runs.
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Data Upload Mode
Your Forerunner holds up to 100 laps and up to seven hours of exercise files. Periodically upload data to your computer using the ANT+Sport wireless technology. Note: By default, the process of uploading data deletes that data from your Forerunner history. To override this, you must change the settings in Garmin Training Center or Garmin Connect.
1. Turn the computer on. (An Internet connection is required for software download and Garmin Connect.)
2. Download software (see page 4) so that the necessary USB drivers are installed before connecting the USB ANT stick to your computer. 3. Connect the USB ANT stick to an available USB port on your computer. For optimal performance, keep the area free of clutter. 4. Bring the Forerunner within range (5 m) of your computer. 5. Verify that Forerunner is in Time mode.
6. Verify that there are no Forerunner timers running or active training sessions.
The Forerunner automatically transmits data to the USB ANT stick so you can use Garmin Training Center or Garmin Connect to store and analyze your workout data. Note: If you are having problems uploading data, you may need to enable computer pairing. See page 18.
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For more information about optional accessories, go to http://buy.garmin.com. You can also contact your Garmin dealer to purchase accessories.
For information about the GSC 10 speed and cadence sensor and the Forerunner bike mount, go to http://buy.garmin.com.
What Is Pairing? Pairing is the connecting of sensors, such as your heart rate monitor, with your Forerunner. After you pair the first time, your Forerunner automatically recognizes your sensor each time it is activated. This process occurs automatically when you turn on the Forerunner and only takes a few seconds when the sensors are activated and functioning correctly. When paired, your Forerunner only receives data from your sensor, and you can go near other sensors.
If you purchased a sensor (with ANT+Sport wireless technology) separately, you need to pair it with your Forerunner.
To pair sensors with your Forerunner:
1. Move away (10 m) from other sensors while the Forerunner is trying to pair with your sensor for the first time. Bring your sensor within range (3 m) of the Forerunner.
2. Press mode until the Train page appears. 3. Press and hold start/stop. 4. Press view to advance to the PUSH PAIR page. 5. Press start/stop. While the Forerunner scans for new sensors, the , , and icons blink. The icons are solid when paired.
Warning: The Forerunner, the heart rate monitor, and the foot pod contain user-replaceable CR2032 batteries. See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for important battery safety information.
The Forerunner battery will last for 12 months (typical use). When the battery is low, the Lo BATT warning blinks on the Forerunner screen in Time mode.
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Appendix All of your Forerunner settings are preserved, except the time of day. Note: Before replacing the battery, save all of your workout data to history or to your computer. Note: Garmin recommends that you take the Forerunner to a professional watch repair person to have the battery replaced.
Heart Rate Monitor Battery
The heart rate monitor contains a user-replaceable CR2032 battery. The heart rate monitor battery will last for three years (typical use is one hour per day). To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the heart rate monitor.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise so the arrow on the cover points to OPEN.
3. Remove the cover and replace the battery with the positive side facing up.
To replace the battery:
Note: Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket on the cover.
4. Use a coin to twist the cover clockwise so the arrow on the cover points to CLOSE.
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the foot pod.
Foot Pod Battery
When the foot pod battery is low, the LED blinks six times upon activation (instead of three). Approximately five hours of battery life remain. Also, the Lo BATT warning appears in Train mode when a workout starts or stops.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise until it is loose enough to remove. 3. Remove the cover and replace the battery with the positive side facing up.
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Appendix Note: Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket on the cover.
4. Use a coin to twist the cover back into place.
Note: To maintain the water resistance, do not operate Forerunner buttons under water. Data storage: Up to 100 laps and up to seven hours of exercise files Computer interface: Wireless, automatic USB ANT stick Battery type: User-replaceable CR2032 (3 volts) Battery life: 12 months, depending on usage Operating temperature range: 5F158F (-15C70C) Radio frequency/protocol: 2.4 GHz/Dynastream ANT+Sport wireless communications protocol
Note: You do not need to repeat pairing or calibration following battery replacement.
Watch size: 58 mm 42 mm 20 mm Wrist band size: 204 mm 28 mm 3 mm Weight: 44 g LCD Display: 23.75 mm 18.25 mm, with backlight Water Resistance: 30 m continuous
USB ANT stick
Physical size: 59 mm 18 mm 7 mm Weight: 6 g Transmission range: Approximately 5 m Operating temperature: 14F122F (-10C50C) Radio frequency/protocol: 2.4 GHz / Dynastream ANT wireless communications protocol Power source: USB
Appendix Battery: User-replaceable CR2032 (3 volts) Battery Life: approximately 3 years (1 hour per day) Operating temperature: 14F122F (-10C50C) Note: In cold conditions, wear appropriate clothing to keep the temperature of the heart rate monitor near your body temperature. Radio frequency/protocol: 2.4 GHz/Dynastream ANT+Sport wireless communications protocol Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical interference, and receiver distance from the transmitter.
Heart Rate Monitor
Physical size: 34.7 cm 3.4 cm 1.1 cm Weight: 44 g Water Resistance: 10 m Transmission range: approximately 3 m
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The heart rate data is inaccurate or erratic.
Software License Agreement
form remains a valuable trade secret of Garmin. You agree not to decompile, disassemble, modify, reverse assemble, reverse engineer, or reduce to human readable form the Software or any part thereof or create any derivative works based on the Software. You agree not to export or re-export the Software to any country in violation of the export control laws of the United States of America.
BY USING THE Forerunner, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. Garmin grants you a limited license to use the software embedded in this device (the Software) in binary executable form in the normal operation of the product. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in and to the Software remain in Garmin. You acknowledge that the Software is the property of Garmin and is protected under the United States of America copyright laws and international copyright treaties. You further acknowledge that the structure, organization, and code of the Software are valuable trade secrets of Garmin and that the Software in source code
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Garmin declares that this Forerunner product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. To view the full Declaration of Conformity, see the Garmin Web site for your Garmin product: www.garmin.com/forerunner.
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foot pod 7, 15, 29 calibrating 8
accessories 5, 26 alarm 10 Auto Lap 13
memory 22 modes, change 1 MyGarmin i
backlight 2 batteries 27 bike accessories 26 buttons, watch 1
Garmin Connect i, 4, 25 Garmin Product Support i Garmin Training Center i, 4, 25 GSC 10 9, 26
pairing computer 18 sensors 3, 26 product registration i product support i
cadence sensor 9, 26 calibrating, foot pod 8 changing modes 1 chimes 10 computer pairing 18
Center 675 Presto PVR OSS450 Array PD-F957 PRO 4725 OM-2N Nokia 1108 Samurai W1942S-SF G-800 SD7-533 250-525 SX HR1854 UXG70A-ux-g70 Samsung 173T Panel Motorola EQ7 RC-5900M WF8604NHS EMP-7100 Lavamat61 BHP452 L1720P P3520 NVE-N055PS Kompressor PT-LB20E 32PFL7962D ICF-40 DSC-T77 B SRU510-86 F40-1992 Omron NT21 TM-D710 KDL-70X4500 Petrole 300 XC-W SM883 SMX-C10RP CDX-3150 RX-V795RDS Singer 2591 E-115 E2210B W2361V-PF M2616 Stavic MEX-R1 PSR-73 BMW 128I Review Z1485 CD1552B Powerpad Plus EMP-TW2000 160 DSP Ferrari 1100 P4P800-MX TFT-721 LD-2120WHU Vivanco UR82 Kxtg1100FX DP-2050 G-9700 SPP-HC700 Zoppas P53 RZ-20LA90 Powershot S40 SR-33NXB KG290 Stopwatch S321 W700I Dslr-A100 425 PN Server K7S7ag13B OW50003 KV-14V6D SDR-H90 Mustang GT EP-3XCA2 D1500 SC-HC40 Elite Moulinex DFC6 XM-222 German S-CR50 DPP-FP35 AC-V615 SUB10 CCD-TRV58 Slide KT200TS Nokia 770 MD-port Dg2 FWG3136 Burning ROM Premier 2 Gigaset A340
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