Geonaute Podometre Dista T300
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Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the DISTA T300 pedometer. This multi-function product will enable you to monitor your EN training. It measures the number of steps you take and computes the distance you cover, the number of calories you consume and how long you exercise. It uses 2 stride lengths to automatically adapt to your activity (walking or running). For the distance calculated to be accurate, the procedures for setting stride length must be followed precisely. Read the owner's manual carefully before use and keep it for the whole lifetime of the product. This pedometer is compatible with the Gonaute R300 radio. These two products clip together to form a single unit, so you can gauge your activity level (walking or running) while listening to FM stations.
R300 Mini Radio
Dista T300 Pedometer
DECATHLON guarantees the initial purchaser of this device that it is free from any faults linked to material or manufacture for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. - This guarantee does not cover damage resulting from misuse, from a failure to respect the precautions for use nor from accidents; neither does this guarantee cover damage resulting from improper maintenance or from use of the item for commercial purposes. - This guarantee does not cover damage resulting from repairs carried out by parties not authorized by DECATHLON. - The guarantees contained here explicitly replace all other guarantees including the implicit guarantee of fair and trade quality and/or adaptation to use. DECATHLON cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for any damage, be it direct or indirect, general or specific, caused by or related to these directions for use or the products they describe. - During the guarantee period, the item will either be repaired free of charge by an authorized repair service or replaced free of charge (depending on the distributor). - The guarantee does not cover batteries or cracked or broken casings where signs of a blow are evident.
USE/PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
- Wear this pedometer as close as possible to your body's center of gravity, just to the right or left of your belt buckle. - For reliable readings, it is important to maintain a regular pace and stride and avoid abrupt, sharp turns. - The technology of the pedometer limits its use in rugged terrain.
Description of normal conditions of use
Restrictions on use/precautions for use
- Do not immerse in water. If the device comes into contact with water, wipe it with a soft, dry, non-plush cloth. - Do not clean with abrasive or corrosive products. - Do not subject to shocks or expose to dust or extremes of temperature and humidity. Doing so may cause the device to malfunction and reduce its useful life. - Do not touch the internal components of the device. This would annul the guarantee and could cause damage. This device does not have any parts that can be repaired by the user. - Only use new batteries of the type indicated in this owner's manual. Do not mix new and used batteries, as doing so could damage the device. This device features 4 different display modes: 1. HOUR: 12/24 hour clock, date 2. STEP: step counter, distance covered, calories consumed and exercise stopwatch. 3. TO STEP: total number of steps and total distance covered 4. ALARM: daily alarm
Description of the device
1. Screen 2-line display of the 4 modes 2. Mode Button To alternate between the different display modes 3. Set button For setting each mode 4. Reset button For clearing all the modes. Increases the value of the settings when entering or changing data.
5. Battery compartment 1 CR2032 battery 6. Belt clip For attaching the device to your belt or clothing 7. Clip-on system For attaching the clip of the Gonaute R300 radio 8. Taking the products apart For removing the clip of the Gonaute R300 radio
SETTING THE PEDOMETER
The crossed-out wastebasket symbol indicates that this product and the batteries it contains should not be thrown away with household waste.They are subject to a specific type of sorting. Deposit the batteries and your unusable electronic product in an authorized collection area for recycling. This treatment of your electronic waste will protect the environment and your health.
Note: when a system of units is selected in one of the modes, it will be applied to the other modes. Example: if the step length is set in cm, the distance covered will be displayed in km. - Press on the MODE button to alternate between the HOUR, STEP, TO STEP et ALARM display modes. - In the HOUR mode, press on the SET button for 2 seconds. The hours will flash. Set the desired hour with the RESET button. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODEbutton. The minutes will flash. Set the minutes using the RESET button.
Note: while the pedometer is in setting mode, if no operation is carried out for 30 seconds, the pedometer exits setting mode automatically.
Setting the time
- Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODEbutton. Repeat the procedure to successively set the seconds. When this procedure is performed, the seconds automatically clear to zero. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODEbutton. Repeat the procedure to successively set the year, the month, the day and the format (12/24 h).The day of the week is displayed automatically on the top line. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE button. Next, activate the backlight feature. While the backlight is on, a moon icon is displayed on the left-hand side of the screen, and each time a button is pressed, the screen lights up for 3 seconds. - Press on the SET button to finish the setting. - In the HOUR mode, pressing once on the RESET button will turn the hourly beeper on or off. When it is on, a bell icon is displayed on the left-hand side of the screen and the device rings each time the hour changes. To use the distance counter, you must set the step length beforehand. The more precisely you measure your step length, the more reliable the distance counter will be.
Setting the pedometer
To do so: - Count the number of steps that you take (NP) to go a known distance (L), 10 or 20 meters, for example. - Divide this distance by the number of steps (NP). The result will be your step length: LP = L/NP Example: 13 steps to go 10 meters or 1,000 cm: your step length is 1,000/13= 75 cm This device features an automatic walk/run mode. It automatically detects your stride mode and adapts its calculating principle accordingly.
To set the pedometer: - Press on the MODE button to select the STEP mode. - Press on the SET button for 2 seconds. The weight unit display will flash. Select kg or lb using the RESET button. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE button. The weight value will flash. - Set the value using the RESET button. Pressing for a long time on the RESET button will speed up the scrolling of the values. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE button. The distance unit display will flash. Select cm or inch using the RESETbutton. The distance covered will be displayed either in km or in miles. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE button. The display for walking stride length will flash. Set the calculated value using the RESET button. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE button. The display for running stride length will flash. Set the calculated value using the RESET button. - Press on the SET button to finish the setting. To set the alarm: - Press on the MODE button to select the ALARM mode. - Press on the SET button for 2 seconds. The hours will flash. Set the desired hour with the RESET button. - Confirm the setting by pressing on the MODE. button. The minutes will flash. Set the minutes using the RESET button.
It is therefore necessary to set a stride length for walking, symbolized by a walker icon on the right-hand side of the screen, and a stride length for running (runner icon). To calculate the number of calories consumed, you have to enter your weight.
Setting the alarm
- Press on the SET button to finish the setting. - After setting the alarm, activate it by pressing on the RESET button. When the alarm has been activated, ALM on is displayed on the bottom line and a symbol appears in the lower left-hand corner of the screen in all modes.
USING THE PEDOMETER
Positioning the device
To stop the alarm's ringer, press on any of the 3 buttons.
Attach the device at waist level to your belt, clothing or equipment. Keep it in a horizontal position and fasten securely.
Press on the MODE button to display the different modes: 1. HOUR: 12/24 hour clock, date 2. STEP: Step counter, number of steps, distance covered, calories consumed and exercise stopwatch 3. TO STEP: total number of steps and total distance covered 4. ALARM: daily alarm Once it is properly fastened to your belt, the pedometer counts each step you take, from the very first step of walking or running. Display the data from the different modes: In the STEP mode, the top line displays the number of steps taken. The bottom line displays either the time passed (stopwatch), or the distance covered in km or miles, or the number of calories consumed. Press on the SET button to switch from one display to another. Stopwatch: The exercise stopwatch activates automatically when you take your first step. There is no need to activate it with a button. It stops automatically as soon as it detects immobility for a few seconds. Automatic walk / run mode: The pedometer automatically identifies your activity: either walking or running. It then uses the corresponding stride length (step length for walking or step length for running) in order to calculate the distance covered. Thanks to this function, when you alternate between running and walking during the same fitness activity, you can be sure that the distance displayed is correct. If you do not wish to use this function because you only use your pedometer for walking or only for running, you can enter the same stride
Using the STEP mode
length in the settings for both activity modes. The distance will thus be calculated with a single step length. While you are walking, a walker icon is displayed on the right-hand side of the screen and your stride length for walking is used to calculate the distance. While you are running, a runner icon is displayed on the right-hand side of the screen and your stride length for running is used to calculate the distance.
Reset to zero: To reset all the functions of the STEP mode, press on the RESET button for 2 seconds. The TO STEP mode displays the total number of steps and the total distance covered over several fitness activities. This function enables you, for example, to know the distance covered over a week, a month or a year. As long as this function has not been reset, the data accumulates. To indicate that you are in the TO STEP mode, TOTAL is displayed in the lower left-hand corner of the screen. Press on the RESET button to reset these two counters
Using the TO STEP mode
COMPATIBLE WITH THE GEONAUTE R300 RADIO
This pedometer is compatible with the Gonaute R300 radio. These two products clip together to form a single unit, so you can gauge your activity level while listening to FM stations. To attach the products together: 1. Fold the metal tab out of the left-hand side of the radio by pressing on the square-shaped pushbutton.
2. Clip the two products into each other.The tab fits into the specially-designed slot. Note: The radio can be fastened to either the left-hand or right-hand side of the pedometer. The pedometer features two systems, one on each side.
3. Place the belt clip in the central position (part of the clip is attached to each product)
To take the products apart: 1.Remove the belt clip
2. Take the radio off by pushing down on the button located on the rear of the pedometer (8)
3. Fold the metal tab back into the radio.
4. Reposition the belt clip onto the pedometer.
Changing the battery
The device runs on one CR2032 battery To change an old battery: 1. Open the battery compartment lid using a coin. 2. Change the old battery. 3. Put the battery compartment lid back on and close it without forcing.
Note: Protect the environment by disposing of your used batteries at appropriate collection points.
12/24 time with HH/MM/SS display Step counter from 0 to 999,999 steps Distance covered from 0 to 9,999.99 km (0 to 6,209.99 miles) Step length from 15 to 200 cm (6 to 79 inches) Weight range from 20 to 200 kg (44 to 440 lb) Operating temperature: -10C to 40C Storage temperature: -20C to 60C Power supply: 1 3V CR2032 battery
1. Nothing is displayed on the screen
Launch an automatic troubleshooting procedure on the device 2. The product is malfunctioning or part If the procedure does not run properly, bring the device back of the screen is blank If the procedure runs properly, change the battery, referring to
1.1 There may be no battery in the device. 1.2 The battery is positioned incorrectly in its compartmen 1.3 The battery may be dead. If so, it must be changed. P
3.1 The device may be positioned incorrectly. Ideally, it should First, make sure that the pendulum mechanism (step counting Put the device in STEP mode Hold the device straight with the screen upright, in your han Swing your arm up and down (1~2 per second) 3. When you walk, the number of steps Check on the screen if the number of steps goes up does not increase 3.2 Your walking pace is not high enough for the pedomet To check if the device works properly when you walk fast: Put the device in STEP mode Next, fasten the device to your belt, in an upright positi Walk at a fast pace and check on the screen if the num 4. The distance displayed is false or inaccurate
4.1 The device does not directly measure the distance co +/- 10%, depending on the length of step and the typ length" and try to make your stride regular. The value
4.2 Your device may not be set to the right distance unit (
5. The device is in running mode 5.1 This device features an automatic walk/run mode. It au although you are walking switch to running mode when you walk fast. If this occ
6. Accuracy is not the same when you Your step length changes depending on whether you are w walk as when you run led "Pedometer settings".
7. The FM R300 radio does not fasten to Don't forget to fold out the metal tab on the left-hand side meter. Next, you can use the belt clip to improve the hold. your pedometer.
8. The radio is not attached securely 8.1 The R300 radio can clip onto either side of the pedometer, side. enough to the pedometer. 8.2. When the 2 products are clipped together to form a single
nt. Check the polarities. Please refer to the Changing the battery section.
e, referring to the section entitled "Factory mode". to the store nearest you. o the section entitled Changing the battery.
d be attached horizontally and worn on your belt (as close as possible to your center of gravity). g sensor) of the device is functioning properly:
ter to detect your steps. In this case, contact your retailer to check the sensitivity of the device :
ion mber of steps goes up
overed. It calculates it from the number of steps measured. The accuracy for the distance covered is pe of exercise done. Readjust your step length settings, referring to the section entitled "Setting step is more accurate on less rugged terrain.
(km or miles). Please refer to the section entitled Setting the distance unit.
utomatically detects your stride mode and adapts its calculating principle accordingly. The device may curs, change the parameters of running mode according to your fast walking pace.
walking or running. Don't forget to adjust your step length for each case, referring to the section entit-
of the radio by pressing on the square pushbutton before attempting to fasten the radio to the pedo. Please refer to the section entitled Compatibility of the Gonaute R300 radio.
e unit, use the belt clip (6) to improve their hold by positioning it to straddle both devices.
but it must face the right way. Make sure that the buttons of the radio and of the pedometer are on the same
This mode can be used to check the device in case of malfunction. To launch the device's troubleshooting procedure: 1. Press and hold down the 3 MODE, SET and RESET buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds 2. Verify that the device automatically and successively performs the following 4 steps: All screen segments turn on for 2 seconds The screen displays the number "802" on the top line and the version number "x.x" on the bottom line for 2 seconds The screen sequentially displays across the whole screen the number 0, "00" on the top line and "00 00" on the bottom line for 2 seconds The device repeats the previous step for numbers 1 to 9 3. The device returns to HOUR mode automatically at the end of the procedure. To exit factory mode during the checking procedure, press on any button or remove the battery.
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