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1. Cybex Arc Trainer ® 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum Cardiovascular Systems Part Number 750A-440-4 C www.cybexinternational.com
5. About This Addendum This addendum is for Total Access (TA) units only. It describes the differences between the standard Arc Trainer and the TA Arc Trainers. For Total Access units, refer to this addendum and the 750A/750AT Arc Trainer Owner’s Manual, part number 5750-4.
9. Assembly and Setup Page 2-3 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum Example: Format Factory Default ZONE1 HH:MM X YYY ZONE1 05:01A 60 ZONE2 HH:MM X YYY ZONE2 09:01A OFF ZONE3 HH:MM X YYY ZONE3 04:01P 60 ZONE4 HH:MM X YYY ZONE4 09:00P OFF ** For more information on editing Display and Active Mode text, visit www.cybexintl.com/support/resources/750
3. Cybex Arc Trainer ® 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum Cardiovascular Systems Part Number 750A-440-4 C Cybex ® and the Cybex logo are registered trademarks of Cybex International, Inc. Polar ® is a registered trademark of Polar Electro Inc. iPOD ® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. DISCLAIMER: Cybex International, Inc. makes no representations or warranties regarding the contents of this manual. We reserve the right to revise this document at any time or to make changes to the product described within it without notice or obligatio n to notify any person of such revisions or changes. © 2009, Cybex International, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in United States of America. 10 Trotter Drive Medway, MA 02053 • 888-462-9239 • 508-533-4300 • FAX 508-533-5183 www.cybexinternational.com • [email protected] • 750A-440-4 C • August 2009
21. Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum Appendix C – Parts List ITEM QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 1 740A-392 FOOT PLATE, LEFT 2 1 740A-393 FOOT PLATE, RIGHT 3 1 740A-394 TOE CAP, LEFT 4 1 740A-395 TOE CAP, RIGHT 5 1 DE-21938-4 MASK, 751A IFI ENUNCIATOR, ENG 6 1 SW-21895-4 MEMBRANE, 751A,BTM,ENG, IFI 7 1 750AT-215 CRUISER HANDLE, LEFT 8 1 750AT-216 CRUISER HANDLE, RIGHT 9 1 740A-411 COVER, PIVOT W/SLOT, LEFT, BTM 10 1 740A-412 COVER, PIVOT W/SLOT, RIGHT, BTM 11 1 740A-413 FILLER PLATE, LEFT 12 1 740A-414 FILLER PLATE, RIGHT 13 6 HC701228 BOLT, HHCS, .375-16 x 2.25” 14 6 HN704902 LOCKNUT, .375-16 NYLON 15 4 HT552511 SCREW, TAP 8-16 x .38”, PLASTITIE BLK 16 1 JC700442 BHSCS, .375-16 x 4.00” 17 1 750A-438 TUBE, STOP 18 1 JC620410 BHSCS, .250-20 x .375” 19 2 HC620431 BHSCS, .250-20 x 2.00” 20 2 750A-434 SPACER 21 1 11040-440 KNOB 22 3 HT572512 TAP SCREW, 10-24 x .50”, PN HD PHIL 23 1 750A-437 INSERT, PLASTIC HOOK 24 1 HX700415 BHSCS, .375-16 x .75”, SS 25 1 750A-436 PLATE, HOOK, IFI 26 1 JD383315 SHOULDER BOLT, .500 x .75, .375-16 UNC 27 2 HS387701 WASHER BELV., .500 ID x 1.00 OD x .045 28 2 PP080229 INSERT, PLASTIC BALL, 1.50” 29 9 750A-435 BLOCK, MOUNTING 30 1 AD-22236 PCA, 750A DISPLAY, IFI Parts List Cybex 750AT TA Arc Trainer
22. Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum Parts List Page C–2 26 27 3 6 18 19 17 16 20 21 4 5 24 29 25 23 2 1 10 9 7 11 28 8 12 14 13 15 22
13. Operation Page 3–3 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Console Keys Control keys on the display are usable during operation and may be pressed at any time to make adjustments in resistance, incline, data readouts or fan speed. See Figure 2. P-9 Heartrate Control P-8 Cardio P-7 Strength P-6 Interval 1:2 P-5 Interval 1:1 P-4 Pike’s Peak P-3 Hill Interval P-2 Hills P-1 Weight Loss Figure 2 Resistance Level End Cool Down Programs Quick Start Incline Weight Fan Off Time Level Fan Lo Fan Hi Enter Time Heart Rate Indicator Bar Graph Text Area Data Readouts Time/Incline Resistance Key Pad Per Min Distance Cal / Hr Strides Calories Watts BPM METs
20. Operation Page 3–10 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Fan Control The fan defaults at the “Off” setting. The user can change to “Lo” or “Hi” setting by pressing the appropriate control key. NOTE: User must be striding faster than 70 strides per minute for fan to operate. Battery Sentry Battery Sentry uses display feedback (speed signal, key presses and heart rate) to determine user presence. If a user is not detected within 20 seconds, the display beeps and inquires “ARE YOU THERE?”. Resume striding, grab the contact heart rate grips or press any key within a pre-selected time to resume workout.
16. Operation Page 3–6 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Navigation The RESISTANCE + - and INCLINE Λ V keys are active to adjust the displayed program value (up or down). Hold down key to accelerate rate of increments. Press the ENTER key after each step to accept values entered and to move forward in the setup process. The QUICK START key may be pressed at any time during this process to accept all program defaults. If no activity is performed after a program is selected, the unit will default to the settings of the current program selected. Program Selection Choose from twelve programs or up to nine custom programs. Speed is never predetermined. Change speed by changing stride. For a complete description and pro fi le of each program (P1-P8) see Appendix B. Program Levels Settings Manual NA Select time and weight. P1 Weight Loss 10 Select time, level and weight. P2 Hills 10 Select time, level and weight. P3 Hill Interval 10 Select time, level and weight. P4 Pike’s Peak 10 Select time, level and weight. P5 Interval 1:1 10 Select time, level and weight. P6 Interval 1:2 10 Select time, level and weight. P7 Strength 10 Select time, level and weight. P8 Cardio 10 Select time, level and weight. P9 Heart rate Control (HRC) N/A Select time, age, target heart rate and weight.
15. Operation Page 3–5 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Audio Visual (AV) Key Pad – Optional Figure 3 Console Key Description EPG If an Electronic Program Guide (EPG) is available, this will be displayed on the TV. Use the CHANNEL Λ V and VOLUME < > keys to navigate in the EPG, ENTER to accept any selections. CHANNEL Toggle down or up to change channel (beeping will occur). VOLUME Press appropriate keys to increase or decrease volume. There is no display interaction. VIDEO SOURCE Press to toggle between video source A for cable channels and video source B for external inputs, such as an iPod ® video. VIDEO PORT Video capable port allows personal entertainment device or other composite video input. USB PORT Universal Serial Bus (USB) allows different devices to be connected using a single standardized interface port for charging only. HEADPHONE PORT Headphone port allows personal headphones. 1 – Video 3 – Left 2 – Ground 4 – Right
19. Operation Page 3–9 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum WATTS – Present workload energy exertion. Metabo lic Equivalent (METs) – Displayed only if no BPM signal is present. A MET is the metabolic equivalent of the energy expended by the human body at rest. Anything over one MET is considered exertion. METs are calculated by the display and updated every 1 – 1.2 seconds. METs = Cal/Hr X 2.2 / User Weight Beats P er Minute (BPM) – User’s current heart rate. Heart rate will appear when a signal is introduced. Heart Rate Indicator Contact Heart Rate – Lightly hold hand grips on the handlebar ensuring that hands are clean and contact both the front and back sensors of each grip. A heart rate will display in typically 30 seconds or less. Factors that interfere with heart rate signal: hand lotions • oils or body powder • excessive dirt • excessive movement • body composition • hydration • too loose grip • too tight grip • resting or leaning on grips • Wireless Display – To use this feature, a Polar ® compatible heart rate transmitter belt (not included) must be worn. Once the actual heart rate is determined, the LED to the right of the Text Area is blinking to the displayed BPM and the Heart LED lights up. The color of the light represents a scale of low to high target heart rate. White Valid BPM not yet available Blue 0 – 69 BPM Green 70 – 93 BPM Yellow 94 – 119 BPM (Fat Burn Zone) Blood Orange 120 – 169 (Cardio Zone) Magenta 170 and higher
7. Assembly and Setup Page 2-1 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum 2 – Assembly and Setup Setup NOTE: Setup mode is accessed using the keys on a standard membrane. The keys are different on the TA membrane. See Figure 1. The standard keys are not visable but still active for setup mode. A template is provided to locate the key locations of a standard membrane. Resistance Level End Cool Down Programs Quick Start Incline Weight Fan Off Time Level Fan Lo Fan Hi Enter Time Figure 1 750AT TA Membrane 750AT Standard Membrane NOTE: Cut out the keypad template on the last page of this addendum. Use the template as a guide to access setup settings. Setup is a separate control screen that allow the user to de fi ne multiple aspects of the unit’s functions. Set up can be opened from Dormant mode, Count Down and the CSAFE ID entry screens. To open setup screen, press CLEAR, key sequence 7-5-0 and press ENTER . Press ENTER to enter setup feature, allow changes and return to main menu. PAUSE/END can also be used to reset and exit to Dormant mode . Press the LEVEL CONTROL keys to scroll forward or backward in the setup menu. Press CLEAR to reset back to default or previously stored value.
12. Operation Page 3–2 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Read and understand all warnings and cautions in Chapter 1 – Safety and all operation instructions in this chapter before operating unit. Mount and Dismount WARNING: Wait until all moving parts come to a complete stop and foot plates are in lowest position before mounting or dismounting. To mount unit safely: 1. Verify unit is in Dormant Mode and foot plates are completely stopped and handle lock is engaged. 2. Grasp handrail and step carefully onto foot plates. 3. Release handle lock and move to lock storage position. See Figure 1. To dismount unit safely: 1. Wait until foot plates come to a complete stop. 2. Engage handle lock. See Figure 1. 3. Grasp handrails for support and carefully step off back of unit. Emergency Dismount If an emergency stop and dismount is required: 1. Grasp handrails for support. 2. Stop striding. 3. Wait until foot plates come to a complete stop. 4. Engage handle lock. See Figure 1. 5. Continue to hold handrails while carefully stepping off unit. Figure 1 Handle Lock Handle Lock Storage Position
8. Assembly and Setup Page 2-2 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (TA) Addendum MENU SET UP Options 1 - Language GERMAN FRENCH SPANISH ENGLISH JAPANESE SWEDISH RUSSIAN DANISH 2 - Units ENGLISH (LB/MPH) METRIC (KG/KPH) 3 - Clock Style 12 HR US DATE 24 HR EURO DATE 12 HR EURO DATE 24 HR US DATE 4 - Current Time 12 HR US DATE ‘HH:MM X MM/DD/YYYY’ 24 HR EURO DATE ‘HH:MM DD-MM-YYYY’ 12 HR EURO DATE ‘HH:MM X DD-MM-YYYY’ 24 HR US DATE ‘HH:MM MM/DD/YYYY’ (Use keypad to enter values or toggle the LEVEL CONTROL key) 5 - Default Time Initial displayed choice for programs requiring a time setting. DEFLT TIME 10 DEFLT TIME 60 DEFLT TIME 20 DEFLT TIME 90 DEFLT TIME 30 (default) NOTE: Choices are limited to range of MAX time. 6 - Review Time Summary of workout session totals. Can be seen as 1, 2 or 3 cycles SHORT – 1 LONG – 1 SHORT – 2 LONG – 2 SHORT – 3 LONG – 3 7 - Max Time Limit user’s workout time MAX TIME = OFF MAX TIME = 50 MAX TIME = 20 MAX TIME = 60 (default) MAX TIME = 30 MAX TIME = 90 MAX TIME = 40 MAX TIME = 120 MAX TIME = ZONED* (see below) 8 - Sound TONE = ON (factory setting) TONE = OFF 9 - Dormant Style De fi nes what is displayed in Dormant Mode 0 – DEFAULT (default) 3 – CLOCK 1 – TEXT MSG 4 – PROFILES 2 – OUT OF ORDER 10 - Dormant Text** Text is entered via communications link . DORMANT MSG 1 DORMANT MSG 2 DORMANT MSG BOTH 11 - Active Mode Text on/off** Text is entered via communications link. WORKOUT MSG ON (or OFF) * MAX TIME ZONED If choice is ZONED, choose the actual time for each zone to start and maximum time setting. HH:MM X is the actual time the zone starts, and YYY is the maximum time allowed during time zone.
14. Operation Page 3–4 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Console Keys Description Programs Program Setup Mode Choose from twelve programs or up to nine custom programs Cool Down Cool Down Mode Initiates the two minute cool-down sequence End Stop Exit Active Mode and Review Mode is entered. Incline Λ V Set incline Toggle ( Λ V) to increase or decrease incline Quick Start Quick Start Manual Mode Go directly to Quick Start Manual Mode Load + - Adjust resistance Toggle (+ - ) to increase or decrease resistance Keypad (Program Setup) Time Workout time Adjust workout time Level Workout level Adjust program level (1-10) Weight User’s Weight Adjust users weight Fan Hi High setting Set fan to high setting Fan Lo Low setting Set fan to low setting Fan Off Turn fan off Default Enter Accept any setting Moves setup process forward
18. Operation Page 3–8 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum A1 – Constant Power Setup 1. Press Programs key. 2. Scroll to A1. 3. Enter desired workout time. 4. Select power level when Text Area scrolls “SELECT POWER 50-900 WATTS”. Valid range of Watts is 50-900 in increments of fi ve. 5. Enter user’s accurate weight. A2 – Power Training Setup 1. Press Programs key. 2. Scroll to A2. 3. Enter desired workout time. 4. Enter desired Level (1-21). 5. Enter user’s accurate weight. Custom Programs Custom Programs can be created and stored only by connecting a CSAFE compatible computer to the unit’s CSAFE port and using a Cybex supplied software program. If stored, the custom programs appear after Fitness Tests in the listing of available programs as P01 name, P02 name, etc. Custom programs de fi ne the workout duration, incline and speed and have no level associated with them. Data Readouts As the user exercises, the unit keeps track of and displays the following data: Calories Per Hour (CAL/HR) – Calculation of present workload’s energy exertion in Calories per Hour. Distanc e – The total accumulated distance during workout. Depending on the defaults chosen, this measurement will show in English (miles) or Metric (kilometers). The unit uses a fi xed 24” (61 cm) stroke, giving a travel distance of 48” (122 cm) per revolution. Distance = Strides per Minute x 24” (61 cm) x Time Strides per Minute – The average number of strides per minute at current speed. Calories – The total accumulated calories burned during workout. Per Min Distance Cal / Hr Strides Calories Watts BPM METs
17. Operation Page 3–7 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum Programs P1 – P9 Setup 1. Press Programs key to cycle through program choices. Each press of the key will choose the next program in the list. Press Enter to select program. 2. Select desired workout time when Text Area prompts “SET PROGRAM TIME XXX”. 3. Select desired workout level when Text Area prompts “SELECT LEVEL 1-10” 4. For P9 - HRC Program only: • Using the Level + - keys, key in user’s accurate age when Text Area prompts ‘ENTER YOUR AGE TO CALCULATE TARGET HEART RATE”. Valid age range values are 13 - 113. • Adjust target heart rate when Text Area scrolls “75% = XXX BPM” and “TARGET BPM AT 75% = XXX BPM”. NOTE: Target heart rate is calculated at 75% of Max, where Max Heart rate is calculated at 220 minus the user’s age. Adjust the Target HR up or down from the default 75% value presented or accept as is. 5. Using the Level + - keys, key in user’s accurate weight when Text Area prompts “ENTER YOUR WEIGHT”. Valid weight range is 50 - 400 lbs (23-181 kgs). Manual and Quick Start Program Setup NOTE: The Manual and Quick Start programs have no associated pro fi le or level. Program and Level selection are not available. Select Manual by pressing the Programs key once, then press Enter . Enter desired workout time and user’s accurate weight. Select Quick Start key to directly enter Active Mode. The Quick Start version of Manual bypasses the time entry, allowing the workout time to accumulate up to the Max Time allowed. Advanced Programs A1 – A2 Setup Press Programs key to cycle through program choices. Each press of the key will choose the next program in the list. Program Settings A1 Constant Power Select time, power level and weight. A2 Power Training Select time, level and weight.
11. Operation Page 3–1 Cybex Arc Trainer 750AT Total Access (AT) Addendum 3 - Operation Intended Use Intended use of this exercise equipment is to aid or improve general physical fi tness and exercise. Terms Used Active Mode – Any time the unit is controlling resistance and accumulating workout data. Active Mode begins after hitting QUICK START during the initial count-down screen, after completing the setup for a program, or by default if the initial count-down screen times out and enters QuickStart Manual mode . Auto-Scan – Display automatically cycles through workout data. Cool D own – A reduction of work load for a short duration allows user to gently reduce heart rate. Cool Down occurs two minutes prior to completion of the program-controlled workout sessions. Count Down – The lower left INCLINE display shows a 5-0 count down. At the conclusion of the count down, unit goes into Active Mode. Dorma nt Mode – Occurs when unit is plugged in with optional AC adaptor and not in use. Manua l Mode – The unit defaults to this mode if not in a program. Manual Mode allows the user to adjust the Resistance (0-100) and Incline (0-20). Time will count up in Quick Start Manual mode or count down to the chosen session time if desired by entering a TIME or selects the Manual program and completes setup. Progra m Setup Mode – Begins after pressing the Programs key. Upon entering a program, user is prompted to adjust the appropriate settings. Quick Start – By default, the unit will end up in Quick Start Manual Mode if the user begins striding and allows the 5 second count-down to end. Also choose the QUICK START button to enter into Quick Start Manual Mode , where the user controls the Resistance and Incline as time counts up. Worko ut Review – Review of the accumulated workout data and/or the results of the Fitness Test will happen at the end of each workout session.