Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product HBF-510 Omron Healthcare
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Instruction Manual Full Body Sensor Body Composition Monitor and Scale Model HBF-510.
2 Before Using the Mon itor T ABLE OF CONTENT S Befor e Using t he Mon itor Introdu ction .................. ............. ................... .................... .................... ............ 3 Safety Information .......................... .....
3 INTRODUCTION Thank you fo r purc hasing the OMRON ® HBF-510 Full Body Sen sor Body Comp osition Mon itor and Scal e. The Full Bod y Sensor Body Composition Monitor and Scale i s easy to use.
4 SAFETY INFORMATION T o assure the c orrect u se of the p r oduct , basic safety me asures sho uld al ways be fol lowed incl uding the warnings a nd cautio ns liste d in th is instr uction man ual. OPERA TING THE DEVICE Do not use this monitor if you h ave a cardiac pa cemaker or ot her implanted m edical dev ice.
5 SAFETY INFORMATION OPERA TING THE DEVICE (continued) Do not u se new and worn batteries toget her . Do not use batteries of a diff erent kind together . Replace old batteries with new ones immed iately . Replace all four batteries at the same time. Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used for three months or more.
6 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION PRINCIPLES OF FULL BODY SENSING CALCULATIONS What is Full Body Sens ing? Full Body Sensing provides a comprehensive understanding of your body composition t o help you reach and/or maintain your fitness goals.
7 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION BODY MASS INDEX Body Mass Index (BMI) i s a number c alculat ed from a perso n’ s weight and height . BMI is a rel iable indicat or of bod y fatness for people. BMI d oes not measure b ody fat d irectly , but resear ch has sho wn that BMI correla tes to di rect mea sures of bo dy fat.
8 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION VI SCERAL FAT V iscer al fat is found in the abd omen and su rrounding vital or gans. It i s dif ferent from fat f ound dir ectly underneat h the skin, which is refer red to as subcutane ous fat . V isceral fat c an go lar gely unnotic ed because i t’ s not visib le to the naked eye.
9 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION SKELET AL MUSCLE Skeletal mus cle is the type of muscle t hat we can see and feel. When you work out to inc rease muscle mass, skele tal muscle is being exerci sed.
10 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION LONG-TERM PLANNING FOR SUCCESSFUL WEIGHT LOSS There are lots of rea sons for peop le to lose wei ght. T o be healthie r . T o look better . T o feel be tter . T o have more ener gy . No matter wh at the re ason, su ccessful weight lo ss and heal thy weight management de pend on s ensible goals and expect ations.
11 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION RECOMMENDED MEAS UREMENT TIMES Being awar e of th e times when the body fa t perc entages s hift wi thin your daily sc hedule will assi st you in obtai ning an acc urate tr endin g of your bod y composi tion. It is recommende d to use t his unit in the same envir onment a nd daily c ircumstanc es.
12 INFORMATION ON BODY COMPOSITION Results may di ffer from actual body fa t percentage There are ce rtain cond itions when signif icant diff erences may oc cur bet ween the esti mated and the actual body fat values. Thes e differ ences may be r elated t o changing ratios of body f luid and/ or body composi tion.
13 Oper ating Inst ructions KNOW Y OUR UNIT Display Unit Main Unit (Measurement Platform) Front View Grip Elec trodes Grip Electrodes Display UP Button DOWN Bu tton SET/MODE Button Display Unit Holder.
14 KNOW Y OUR UNIT Meas urement S tart Indi cator Low Battery Indi cator We ight Resu lt s/ Body Compos ition Results Measur ement Progres s/Body Fat Percentage, S keletal Muscle Perce ntage, Visceral.
15 KNOW Y OUR UNIT USING THE DISPLAY UNIT 1. Remove the Display Unit fr om the Display Unit Holder on the monit or . 2. T o store the cord into the Display Unit Holder , make sure the cord is coil ed evenly , and does no t stick out of the Display Unit Holder .
16 BATTERY INST ALLATION 1. Locate the Battery Cover on the back of the unit. 1) Pr ess th e tab on th e battery cover in the direc tion o f the arro w to rel ease th e cove r as illus trated .
17 BATTERY INST ALLATION BATTERY REPLACEMENT Personal profile s will not be deleted d uring b attery repl acement. When the Low Bat tery Ind icato r appears on the dis play scre en, remov e all four batter ies. Replace wi th four ne w batteri es at the same time.
18 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A T o measure Body Composi tion, your personal data must b e set. Y our per sonal dat a include s your age, gender a nd height . The F ull Body Se nsor Body Composition Monitor a nd Scal e provid es two options to enter yo ur personal d ata.
19 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A 3. Select a Personal Profile Number or the Gu est mode. A. Personal P r ofile Number 1) Press the USER but ton to s elect your p ersonal p rofile numb er (1 through 4).
20 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A Set th e gen der to mal e or female. 1) Pr ess the UP or DOWN but ton to chang e the gender . 2) Pr ess the SET/MODE butto n. The gen der is se t. The defaul t value f or height blinks o n the di splay . Set the h eight between 3' 4 " and 6 ' 6 3/4".
21 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A 2. Select the Personal Profile Number you want to change. 1) Pr ess th e USER button t o select your pers onal profi le number ( 1 through 4). The s elect ed Pe rsona l Prof ile Nu mber f lash es onc e on th e disp lay . 2) Pr ess th e SET/MODE button.
22 HOW TO T AKE A MEASUREMENT Y our personal data mu st be ente red befor e taking a measurement . CORRECT POSTURE FOR MEASUREMENT CAUTION: Persons wi th dis abilities or persons that are physi cally .
23 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT HOW TO MEASURE BO DY COM POSITION 1. Press the Power Swit ch to turn th e monitor ON. The CAL symbol bl inks on t he displa y , then the displ ay changes t o 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appea rs on the displa y . NOTES: • If you step onto the moni tor befor e 0.
24 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT 3. Select a Personal Profile Number or the Gu est mode. A. Personal P r ofile Number Press th e USER butt on to sele ct your pe rsonal profil e number ( 1 through 4). The Pers onal Profile Number sele cted will blink onc e.
25 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT 4. S tart th e measurement. 1) Step onto t he measu rement pla tform and pl ace yo ur feet o n the foot electro des with your weight ev enly dist ributed. Remain sti ll and do n ot move un til your weight me asurement is compl ete.
26 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT 5. Press the SET/MODE bu tton to check t he measurement results. The displ ay changes wi th eac h press of the SET/MODE butt on as foll ows: F A T -> VISCERAL F A T .
27 UNDERST ANDING Y OUR MEASUREMENT RES ULT S Interpre ting the BMI Re sult Sour ce: Valu es for obe sity jud gment proposed by WHO, the W orld H ealth Organ ization . Inte rpret ing the Body F at Pe rcentage Result Source: NIH/WHO guidelines for BMI Source: Ga llagher et al.
28 HOW TO MEASURE WEIGHT ONLY 1. Press the Power Swit ch to turn th e monitor ON. The CAL symbol bl inks on t he displa y , then the displ ay changes t o 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appea rs on the displa y . NOTES: • If you step onto the moni tor befor e 0.
29 Care and Mainte nance ERROR INDICATORS ERROR DISPLAY CAUSE COR RECTION Y our palms or feet are not positi oned ove r the el ectrod es corre ctly . Make sure y ou are bar efoot. Make sure y our palms or the sole s of you r feet are clean and dry . Make sure y our palm s or feet are corr ectly positi oned.
30 T ROUBLESHOOTING T IP S PROBLEM CAUSE AND SOLUTION Low Batter y Indicat or No power No displa y appear s on the un it Check the battery in stallation for proper placemen t of the bat tery p olariti es. Replace al l four wor n batteri es. The weight value is d isplayed abnormally low or high.
31 CARE AND MAINTENANCE T o keep your Full Body Sens or Body Composit ion Monito r and Sca le in the best cond ition and prote ct the monit or from damage foll ow the di rection s below: Clean the moni tor with a soft dry cl oth. Do not u se abr asive or v olati le clean ers.
32 FCC S T ATEMENT NOTE: POTENTIAL FOR RADIO/TELEVISI ON INTERFERENCE (for U.S.A. only ) This produc t has been t ested and fo und to comply with the l imits for a Class B digit al device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rul es.
33 W ARRANTY Limited W arranty Y our HBF-510 Full Body Sensor Bo dy Compositi on Monitor an d Scale, excludin g the batt eries, i s warrante d to be free from def ects in mater ials and workmans hip appeari ng within 1 year fr om the date of purchase , when use d in ac cordance wi th the in structi ons pro vided with the unit.
34 S PECIFICAT IONS NOTE: Specifications are subject to change withou t prior notice. Model OMRON Fu ll Body Sensor Bod y Comp osition M onitor and Scale - H BF-510 Display Body Weight : 0 to 330 lb with 0.2 lb incr ement s (0 to 150 kg with 0.1 kg in crement s) Body fat perce ntag e: 5.
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