This rower console operates on 4-AA batteries. The battery compartment is on the back side of the console. Please dispose of batteries properly after use.
The quick mode buttons will go into the associated mode immediately.
The ▲/▼ arrow buttons allow the user to increase or decrease console values.
The Enter button is used to confirm a value when making adjustments to a mode.
Use the Reset button to clear a value, to pause your workout, or end your workout. Hold for 3 seconds for a total reset of all values (except total strokes).
Use the Bluetooth button to upload the workout summary to the Spirit App (Press when in Stop Mode).
Sleep Mode: After 60 seconds of inactivity, the console will switch into the power-saving "Sleep Mode." The display will switch off. Rotating the pedals or pressing any button on the console will launch "Ready Mode."
Ready Mode: "Ready Mode" informs the user that the console is powered on and ready to enter into any workout mode. After a period of 60 seconds of inactivity, the console will switch into "Sleep Mode."
Pause Mode: The console will automatically enter "Pause Mode" if there is no input. TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, STROKE, and TOTAL STROKES will continue to be displayed in "Pause Mode." The 7-segment display shows LEVEL. TIME/500m and TIME/500m AVERAGE will be shown alternately. After the 30-second period, the buzzer will buzz for 2 seconds to go into "Stop Mode." In "Pause Mode," the user can press the RESET button to go into the STOP screen.
Stop Mode: Press the RESET button to go into the "Stop Mode" while in the "Pause Mode." The console will automatically enter "Stop Mode" if there is no input via the console for 30 seconds. In "Stop Mode", the 7-segment display will show “STOP,” TIME will show total time, DISTANCE will show total distance, CALORIES will show total calories burned, STROKES will show the number of strokes for the workout, TOTAL STROKES will show the total number of strokes, TIME/500m and TIME/500m AVERAGE will be shown alternately for one minute. If the heart rate monitor has been used, the "Stop Mode" will show heart rates at 85%, at 65%, and the max heart rate for 5 seconds each, alternately. If no heart rate monitor has been used, then no values will be displayed.
|Target Time, Distance, and Calories||
The target panels will show Time, Distance, Calories and Strokes depending on operating mode. When the target symbol is displayed, it means that target mode is operating in that particular value.
TIME will alternate showing the remaining or elapsed time.
DISTANCE will count or countdown in meters.
CALORIES will count or countdown the number of calories burned during workout.
STROKES will count or countdown the number of strokes during workout.
TOTAL STROKES show the total number of strokes during workout.
|Time/500M and Average||
The TIME/500M section displays the time per 500 meters.
The AVERAGE section displays the average time of several TIME/500M workout.
|SPM and Watts||
SPM and Watts will be displayed during all modes. SPM refers to Strokes per Minute. The Watts section will show the amount of work produced in a particular time during the workout.
This panel will show the user’s heart rate information. When the console detects a signal from a wireless monitor, the BPM (beats-per-minute) will show in the large three-digit field and the heart icon will flash. However, if no signal is detected signal, three dashes "- - -" will display to indicate no heart rate detected.
While in Target Heart Rate mode, the console helps the user maintain in a BPM range to build cardiovascular endurance. The target value range will post next to the 65%, 85% and Max HR banners. The up/down arrow symbols will flash to indicate that an increase or decrease of workout speed is needed to reach the desired range. When the user’s heart rate is in the target range, the heart and target icons will light.
To detect heart rate, the heart rate receiver must be installed and a heart rate monitor must be used (sold separately).
Quick Start Program
As strokes are detected, the console will immediately launch the Quick Start Program. Time, distance, calories, SPM, watts, strokes, and total strokes will begin counting. TIME/500M and TIME/500M AVERAGE will be alternately displayed every 5 seconds. When a user's heart rate is detected while using a compatible heart rate monitor, the target icon will stay lit, and the ♥ icon will flash. Current heart rates will be shown. In the absence of heart rate input, three dashes “- - -” will be shown continuously.