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Polar A1 Heart Rate Monitor User Manual

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A1 USA C 5.11.2002 13:43 Page 1
How to Put Your Heart Rate Monitor On
The elastic strap
holds the transmitter
in the correct position.
The Polar A1™
wrist receiver
displays your heart
rate during exercise.
The Polar transmitter
detects your heart rate
and transmits it to the
wrist receiver.
1. Carefully wash the transmitter with a mild
soap and water solution.
2. Rinse it with pure water.
3. Dry the transmitter carefully with a soft towel.
4. Keep the wrist receiver clean and wipe off
any moisture.
5. Store the heart rate monitor in a clean
and dry place. Dirt impairs the elasticity
and functioning of the transmitter.
Sweat and moisture can keep the
electrodes wet and the transmitter
activated, which shortens battery life.
The combined impact of moisture and intense
abrasion may cause a black color to come off
the transmitter's surface, which might stain
light-colored clothes.
You can stop the file recall by pressing
the button.
If you want to recall your file later, press and
hold the button when OFF is displayed.
After that the
wrist receiver
turns off.
The average heart
rate and the total
exercise time are
shown twice.
Exercise Time Indicator
1 block = 10 minutes exercise, 6 blocks = 1 h
After one hour, when all the blocks are black,
the cycle starts again.
3.
Stopwatch begins to run.
Your heart rate appears
in 5 seconds. Heart rate
symbol flashes to the
beat of your heart.
To check your exercise time,
bring the wrist receiver near
the Polar logo on the
transmitter. Your elapsed
exercise time will appear
for three seconds.
4.
Keep the wrist receiver
within 3 feet of your
transmitter. Check that
you are not near other
people with heart rate
monitors or any source
of electromagnetic
disturbance.
1.
Press to start.
2.
Press to stop.
1.
2.
File recalling
(steps 2-4)
is scrolling
automatically.
Average
heart rate
(3 sec.)
3.
Total exercise time
(3 sec.)
4.
OFF-display
5.
1.
How to Put Your Heart Rate Monitor On
How to Start
How to Stop and Recall File
After Exercising
Target Heart Rate Zone
When Battery Runs Out
Minimizing Possible Risks in Exercising
with Heart Rate Monitor
Technical Specifications
Limited Polar International Guarantee
Disclaimer
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How to Start
2.
How to Stop and Recall File
3.
After Exercising
Heart Rate Monitor
User’s Manual
Heart Rate Monitor
User’s Manual
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Contents
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4.
Attach the transmitter to the elastic strap.
1.
Adjust the strap length to fit snugly
and comfortably. Secure the strap around
your chest, just below the chest muscles,
and buckle it.
2.
Lift the transmitter off your chest and
moisten the two grooved electrode
areas on the back.
3.
Check that the wet electrode areas are
firmly against your skin and the Polar logo
is in a central, upright position.
4.
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