Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product HBF-516 Omron Healthcare
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Instruction Manual Full Body Sensor Body Composition Monitor and Scale Model HBF-516.
2 Before Using the Mon ito r T ABLE OF CONTENT S Befor e Using t he Mon itor Introdu ctio n ........... ....... ...... ....... ...... ....... ...... ....... ....... ...... ....... ...... ....... ....... ..... 3 Safety Information .................... .
3 INTRODUCTION Thank you fo r purc hasing the OMRON ® HBF-516 Full Body Sen sor Body Co mposition Monitor and Scal e. The Full Bod y Sensor Body Composition Monitor and Scale i s easy to use.
4 SAFETY INFORMATION T o assure t he correc t use of t he product , basic safety me asures sho uld al ways be fol lowed incl uding the warnings a nd cautio ns liste d in this 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 immediately . Replace all four batter ies at the same time. Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used for three months or more.
6 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION 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 COM POSITION BODY MASS INDEX Body Mass Index (BMI) i s a number c alculat ed from a per son’ s wei ght and hei ght. BMI is a reliable indicat or of bod y fatness for peop le. BMI does not measur e body fat directly , but research has shown t hat BMI correla tes to di rect measur es of body fa t.
8 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION VI SCERAL FAT V iscer al fat is found in the abd omen and su rrounding vital or gans. It is di f ferent from fat f ound direc tly underneat h the ski n, which is refer red to as subcutane ous fat. V isceral fat can go lar gely unnoticed because i t’ s not visib le to the naked eye.
9 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION RESTING MET ABOLISM Regard less of yo ur activ ity level, a mini mum level of calor ic int ake is re quired t o sustain the bod y’ s everyday functions. Known as t he resti ng meta bolism, thi s indica tes how many ca lories y ou need to ingest i n order t o provide e nough en ergy for your b ody to func tion.
10 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION SKELET AL MUSCLE Skeletal mus cle is the type of muscle t hat we can s ee and fee l. When you work out to inc rease muscl e mass, sk eletal mus cle is being e xerci sed.
11 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION LONG-TERM PLANNING FOR SUCCESSFUL WEIGHT LOSS There are lots of rea sons for people t o lose wei ght. T o be healt hier . T o look bet ter . T o feel bett er . T o have more ener gy . No matter wh at the re ason, su ccessful weight lo ss and heal thy wei ght management depend on s ensible goals and expect ations.
12 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION RECOMMENDED MEAS UREMENT TIMES Being awar e of th e times when the body fa t percentages s hift wit hin your daily sc hedule will assist you in obtai ning an acc urate tr endin g of your bod y composi tion. It is recommended to use t his unit in the same envir onment a nd daily c ircumstanc es.
13 INFORMATION ON BODY COM POSITION Results may di ffer from actual body fa t percentage There are ce rtain condit ions when sign ificant dif ferenc es may occur between t he estimated 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.
14 Oper ating Inst ruction s KNOW Y OUR UNIT Display Unit Main Unit (Measurement Platform) Front View Grip Elec tr odes Grip Electr odes Display Personal Profil e Number Butt on Pers onal Prof ile Num.
15 KNOW Y OUR UNIT Meas urement S tart I ndi cator Low Battery Indi ca tor We ight Resu lt s/ Body Compos iti on Results My Histo ry Measur ement Progr ess/Body Fat Percentage, S keletal Muscl e Perce.
16 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 coi led evenly , and does n ot stick out of the Display Unit Holder .
17 BATTERY INST ALLATION 1. Locate the Battery Cover on the back of the unit. 1) Pr ess th e tab on the batt ery co ver in the direc tio n of the ar row to rel eas e the cove r as illus trated .
18 BATTERY INST ALLATION BATTERY REPLACEMENT Measurem ent values and perso nal profi les stor ed in the memory will no t be de leted dur ing batte ry replace ment. However , the d ate and ti me will nee d to be set when monitor is turn ed back on. When the Low Bat tery Ind icator a ppears on t he dis play scre en, remove al l four ba tterie s.
19 SETTING THE DATE AND T IME 1. Press the Power Swit ch to turn th e monitor ON. If thi s is the first t ime th at the monit or has been t urned on, th e year settin g flashes. 2. 1) Pr ess the UP or DOWN button to change th e year . 2) Pr ess the SET butt on.
20 SETTING THE DATE AND T IME 4. 1) Pr ess the UP or DOWN butto n to change t he day . 2) Pr ess the SET butt on. The day is set. The hour f lashes on t he displ ay . 5. 1) Pr ess the UP or DOWN button to change the ho ur . Make sure AM/ P M is correct.
21 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A T o measure Body Composition, your perso nal data mus t be set. Y our personal data include s your a ge, gender a nd height . The F ull Body Se nsor Body Composit ion Monitor and Scal e pro vides two options to enter yo ur personal d ata.
22 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A 3. Select a Personal Profile Number or the Gu est mode. A. Personal P r ofile Number 1) Press the desired Personal Profi le Number bu tton (1 through 4) .
23 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A Set th e gen d er to mal e or female. 1) Pres s the UP or DOWN butto n to change t he gender . 2) Pres s the SET butt on. 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".
24 SETTING PERSONAL DAT A 2. Select the Personal Profile Number you want to change. 1) Press th e Personal Profile Number butto n (1 th orough 4). The s elect ed Pe rson a l Prof ile Nu mbe r fla sh es on ce on the di spla y . 2) Press th e SET button.
25 HOW TO T AKE A MEASUREMENT Y our personal da ta must be entere d before t aking a meas urement . CORRECT POSTURE FOR MEASUREMENT CAUTION: Persons wi th dis abilities or persons that are physi cally.
26 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT HOW TO MEASURE BO DY COM POSIT ION 1. Press the Power Swit ch to turn th e monitor ON. The CAL symbol bl inks on t he disp lay , then the dis play changes t o 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appea rs on the displa y . NOTES: • If you step o nto the monitor be fore 0.
27 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 the button fo r the Personal Profi l e Numb er you selec ted whil e holdi ng the di splay un it. The Pers onal P rofil e Num ber s elect ed wi ll blin k once.
28 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT 4. S tart th e measurement. 1) Ste p onto the measure ment pla tform and plac e your feet on th e foot el ectrodes with your weight ev enly dist ributed. Remain sti ll and do n ot move un til your weight measu r ement is complet e.
29 HOW T O T AKE A ME ASUREMENT 5. Press the appr opriate button to check the me asur ement results. For each mea surement r esult, t he high reading i n memory for t hat measur ement and th e number of days ago f or tha t result ar e shown in t he My Hist ory area of the dis play .
30 UNDERST ANDING Y OUR MEASUREMENT RES ULT S Interpre ting the BM I Result 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 rc entage Result Source: NIH/WHO guidelines for BMI Source: Ga llagher et al.
31 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 disp lay , then the dis play changes t o 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appea rs on the displa y . NOTES: • If you step o nto the monitor be fore 0.
32 HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION Measurem ent r esult s are au tomati call y stor ed i n memor y when you ta ke a meas ureme nt us ing a Person al Profile Number button. Y ou can view resul ts for 1 day , 7, 30, 90 and 18 0 days ago. Th e monitor automati cally st ores mea surement read ings for up to 187 days for e ach Personal Prof ile Number .
33 HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION Comparing Results Afte r T aking a Me asurement 1. V ie w the measurement results after taking a me asurement. Press th e DOWN /MEMOR Y butt on to cycl e through t he resul ts from hi gh (H) read ing, low (L) reading, “1 day”, “7 days”, “3 0 days”, “90 days” a nd “180 days” ago.
34 HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION • T o vie w previ ous resul ts for other it ems, pre ss the but ton fo r the des ired ite m. The res ults f or the sel e cted it em ar e di sp lay e d. • Then press the DOWN/MEMOR Y button to cy cle thro ugh the previo us result s for tha t item.
35 HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION V iewing Previous Measurement Res ults Follow thi s proces s if you want to view an d compare previous measure ment resul ts without taking a measurement . 1. Press the Power Swit ch to turn th e monitor ON. The CAL symbol bl inks on t he disp lay , then the dis play changes t o 0.
36 HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION 4. V iew previous measur ement results. 1) Press th e DOWN /MEM OR Y button o nce. The resul t for the high r eadin g in memory is shown in the My History a rea of th e display .
37 Care and Mainte nan ce ERROR INDICATORS ERROR DISPLAY CAUSE COR RECTION Y our palms or feet are not posi tioned ove r the electrod es corr ectly . Make sure y ou are bar efoot. Make sure y our palm s or the s oles of you r feet are clean and dry . Make sure y our palm s or feet are corr ectly positi oned.
38 T ROUBLESHOOTING TI P S PROBLEM CAUSE AND SOLUTION Low Batter y Indicat or No power No displa y appear s on th e unit Check the batt ery install ation for pro per placemen t of the bat tery p olariti es. Replace al l four wor n batteri es. Measurem ent does no t start .
39 CARE AND MAINTENANCE T o keep your Fu ll Body Sens or Body Compo sition Moni tor and Sca le in the best condition and pro tect 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 olatile clean ers.
40 FCC S T ATEMENT NOTE: POTENTIAL FOR RADIO/TELEVISI ON INTERFERENCE (for U.S.A. o nly) This produc t has been t ested and fo und to comply with t he limits f or a Class B di gital device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rul es.
41 W ARRANTY Limited W arranty Y our HBF-516 Full Body Sensor Bo dy Compositi on Monitor an d Scale, excludin g the batt eries, i s warrante d to be free from defect s in material s and workmanship appearing with in 1 year from the date of purchase , when use d in accor dance with the instructi ons provid ed with the unit.
42 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-516 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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