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20. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.10 Page intentionally left blank

1. S ERVICE & MAINTENANCE MANUAL R EV . 1.1

126. 0SM00484AA-UK TECHNOGYM S.p.A. Via G. Perticari, 20 47035 Gambettola (FC) ITALIA Tel.: +39-0547-650638 Fax: +39-0547-650150 e-mail: [email protected]

3. The information contained in this manual is intended for QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS who have completed a specific TECHNOGYM training course a nd are authorized to perform machine start- up and adjustment procedures as well as extraordinary maintenance or repairs which require a thorough knowledge of the machine, its operation, its safety devices and working procedures. CAREFULLY READ THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ON THE MACHINE DANGEROUS VOLTAGES PRESENT NOTE The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Technogym does not guarantee this documentation in any way. Technogym shall not be held responsible for any errors contained in this manual and declines all liability for accidents or damages resulting from the supply, characteristics or use of this manual. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, re produced or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Technogym. The Technogym™ trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A. The Jog Excite™ trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A.

30. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.10 This is a square wave signal with frequency 50 Hz (T=20 msec) and 50% duty cycle generated by the Hall sensor when the elevation motor moves. This signal enters the AT driver (pins 6-4 of connector J7) and provides the feedback of the motor movement. This signal alternates between a low value of 0 Vdc and a high value of 5 Vdc. When measured with a multimeter, this signal is at either 0 or 5 Vdc when the motor is stopped, while during motor movements it is approximately 2.5 Vdc. In order to function correctly, the Hall sens or requires a +5 Vdc supply voltage which it receives from the elevation board (pins 5-4 of connector J7). • Limit switch signal The limit switch is a NC contact en tering the AT driver (pins 3-8 of connector J8), which opens when the machine pressed it during the power-on reset procedure.

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44. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.8 (7) Using a tester, check that the output voltage + 12 Vdc on connectors J3 of the AT driver board are correct, by referring to paragraph 2.7. “ Wiring”. (8) As for step (7) but on connector CN7 of the display board.

64. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.28 (3) Place the tester probes across pins 2 and 1 of connector HD4 on the HS/cardio receiver board. The measured value should be +5 Vdc. (4) As for step (2) but across pins 1 and 5 of connector CN9 on the display board.

122. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.6 10.4.10. C HECKING THE DISPLAY 1. Check the operation of all the keys on the keyboard. 2. Check the operation of all the LEDs and the buzzer.

34. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 4.2 When programming the machine sometimes it is necessary to fit plug into the free RJ-45 port on the back of the display, to avoid any type of interference during the operation. The wiring diagram of the RJ-45 plug is as follows: Programming cable and plug can be ordered using the code H0002534AA. 4.3. MONITOR PLUG FOR CSAFE PORT When the plug code 0WC00639AA is fitted into any one of the CSafe ports on the machine, the corresponding LED should illuminate to indicate the presence of the 5 Vdc supply on the port. During the CSafe port test functi on, the plug connects the transmit channel directly to the receive channel, thereby producing a positive test outcome if the port is functioning correctly.

123. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 11.1 11. APPENDIX 11.1. UPDATING THE SW The machine SW is updated by writing to the c ontents of the FLASH EPROM on the ARM board from an external PC connected to the CSAFE port on the machine, situated on the lower part of the display panel. The PC can only update the FLASH EPROM during machine power up, before the self- test sequence begins. After the Display SW update it is necessary to restore all the parameters to the default values following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.1.15. “ Resetting parameters to default values”. After the lower electronic SW update it is n ecessary to restore all the parameters to the default values following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.1.3 “ Default setting”.

49. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.13 6.5.1. E RROR OH This error indicates overheating of the heat sink on the AT driver board. YES Replace the AT driv er board OH Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being switched of f f or 1 hour? Probable ov erheating of the AT driv er. The machine is OK NO

61. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.25 (1) Place the tester probes across pins 1 and 3 of connector CN1 of the TGS reader. The measured value should be +12 Vdc. (2) As for step (1) but across pins 1 and 9 of connector CN3 on the display board. (3) Use the serial communications test described in paragraph 6.1.1.5 “ Serial Ports Test”.

45. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.9 6.3. “PRESS A KEY” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY This error message may appear when: • loss of communication between the lower and upper assemblies; • the user has pressed the emergency button; • the emergency button is defective and has transiently opened the contact. In order to reinstate normal operation, simply press any key. If communication between the upper and lower assemblies is not immediately re-established, the message will remain on the display while the machine continues trying for 30 seconds, after which the “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” message will appear. The machine keeps count of the attempts to reinstate communication by incrementing the COM.FAULT parameter, which can be viewed using the procedure described in paragraph 9.2.4.3 “ COM.Fault”.

116. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.22 9.5. DEFAULT PARAMETERS It is possible to restore all the parameters to the default factory values. Carry out the operation by setting parameter C-2 (address 802) to “ 1 ”, following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. Although the changes made to the parameters come into effect immediately, they are not automatically stored in permanent memory ; this requires a specific write operation effected using the command C-0. Save the data by setting parameter C-0 (address 800) to “ 1” , following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”.

37. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.1 6. TROUBLESHOOTING The troubleshooting procedures are shown in the fo rm of flow charts. In order to facilitate consultation, the following standard box shapes are used. This type of box is the START point of the troubleshooting procedure. It typically contains a description of the problem or malfunction. This type of box represents a decision point in the troubleshooting procedure. It typically contains a description of the CHECK to be made, with an outcome that can be either a positive (YES) or negative (NO) response. This type of box is a step in the troubleshooting procedure where an ACTION must be carried out. It typically c ontains a description of the ACTION necessary to resolve the problem. Therefore, after executing the specified ACTION: 1. Check whether the problem has been resolved; 2. If the problem persists, it is recommended to resume the troubleshooting procedure from the point before the action was carried out. A circled number (such as that shown on the left) next to a box of the troubleshooting procedure indicates that detailed instructions for performing that particular check or action are provided below the flowchart. A circled letter (such as that shown on the left) is used to highlight a point in the procedure. Typically, this indicator is used in page changes.

80. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.12 7.11. DISASSEMBLING THE LIMIT SWITCH Figure 7.11-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Disconnect the connector of the limit switch cable from the AT driver. 2. Press on both the sides of the limit switch and pull it out from the lower side of the machine. To reassemble the limit switch, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

48. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.12 THE AT DRI VER HAS DETECTED AN ERROR Check the error code stored in memory OH OC - OLi - OLm - Ot - MST - OCH - SHC UU OU EdC1 OtM EM Carry out the "GRADIENT NOT WORKING" troubleshooting procedure OLr Carry out the "SW EMERGENCY " troubleshooting procedure PE The following paragraphs describe the troubleshooting procedures for these three cases.

90. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.22 Figure 7.17-7 To disassemble the shock absorbers: 17. Lock down the nuts m using a 7-mm wrench and back off the screws using a 3-mm hex wrench, accessing it from below. To reassemble the various components, carry out the above steps in reverse order. At the end of the procedure, check the tension and alignment of the tread belt as detailed at paragraph 8.1. “ Tensioning a new tread belt” or 8.2. “ Tensioning a used tread belt” and 8.3. “ Centering the tread belt”.

58. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.22 6.7. “GRADIENT NOT WORKING” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY If the elevation does not work and there is no error message on the display, the elevation movement may have been disabled in the co nfiguration menu. For further details, refer to paragraph 9.1.14. “ Enable up/down motor”. Check parameter PAR 09 is 15. This parameter defines the time window with in which the inverter expects to receive a sufficient number of pulses from the ele vation motor, before generating an error condition. 1. This error message indicates that the machine is unable to control the elevation motor. The error is produced when the inverter does not receive pulses from the motor encoder, after having enabled it. In this case the machine disables any movement and sets the parameter PAR 07 to 1. 2. The error message may be caused by a problem w ith the lower limit switch. In fact if the limit switch malfunctions or accidentally remains in the open-contact state, rather than in the normally closed state, the error is not genera ted immediately but will occur as soon as the elevation is increased beyond 1%. At this point, the elevation function will be locked out and parameter PAR 07 set to 1. 3. The error message may be due to a misalignment of the elevation motor encoder. In fact, if the encoder of the elevation motor is not correctly positioned, the motor will fail to produce a pulse. At this point, the elevation function will be locked out and parameter PAR 07 set to 1. When the machine is switched on again, the parame ter PAR 07 is automatically reset to 0 and the machine performs the reset procedure. If th e error does not happen anymore, supposing it was generated by a noise, the machine restarts to work properly. It might also be helpful to refer to the theo retical explanation of the elevation control, provided in paragraph 3.3. “ Elevation motor drive”.

27. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.7 In such a case the AT driver halts the motor and outputs an alarm signal to the display board which displays the “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” message. 3.2.3. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: • RS-485 Signal This is a digital signal exchanged between the AT driver and the display board. • Variable frequency VAC signal This is the variable alternating-voltage signal output by the AT driver (pins 1-2-3 connector J5) to supply the motor. Increasing the frequency of this signal increases the motor speed. • Thermal cut-out signal Each motor phase is equipped with a normally-closed thermal cutout which opens when the temperature exceeds a preset threshold. The 3 ther mal cutouts are connected in series and exit the motor via a 2-wire cable connected to the AT driver (pins 4-5 of connector J5). When this input signal is an open contact, the AT driver detects the alarm, halts the motor and sends an alarm signal over the RS-485 line to the display board.

19. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.9 EAM2069: AT Driver board connecting cable AT Power supply board – AT driver board AT Power supply board XU1 Signal Color AT driver board XU1 1 +24 Vdc power supply Blue 1 2 Gnd +24 Vdc Blue 2 3 +5 Vdc power supply Blue 3 4 Gnd +5 Vdc Blue 4

10. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 1.2 1.3. GENERAL RULES FOR REPAIR PROCEDURES 1. Always mark any parts or positions which may be confused with each other at the time of reassembly. 2. Use original Technogym spare parts and lubricants of the recommended brands. 3. Use special tools where specified. 4. Consult the Technical Newsletters, which ma y contain more up-to-date information on adjustments and maintenance than those contained in this manual. 5. Before starting the repair procedure, make sure that the recommended tools are available and in good condition. 6. For the procedures described in this manual, use only the specified tools. OBSERVE: The tool sizes quoted in this manual are expressed in mm.

57. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.21 6.6. TREAD BELT MOTOR IS JERKING The probable cause is: • a disconnected phase either at the AT driver board output or on the motor; TREAD BELT MOTOR IS JERKING Are the tread belt motor windings resistance correct? NO 1 YES Replace the tread belt motor Replace the AT driv er Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Disconnect the cable from the motor and place a tester across its terminals U-V, U-W and V- W. The measured value of the resistance should be 1.9 Ohm.

78. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.10 7.9. DISASSEMBLING THE MOTOR GUARD Figure 7.9-1 Turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 1. If possible, lift up the machine at the elevation of 10%, to make the procedure easier. 2. Back off the 6 screws a , using a 4-mm hex wrench. 3. Remove the motor casing pulling it out from the front side of the machine. To reassemble the motor guard, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

41. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.5 6.2. THE DISPLAY FAILS TO ILLUMINATE This error occurs when the power supply voltage does not reach the upper assembly. Does the wall outlet supply the correct v oltage? Is the mains lead OK? Is the v oltage at the output of the machine's power inlet block correct? Plug the machine into a working electrical outlet Replace the mains lead Replace the power inlet block on the machine THE DISPLAY FAILS TO ILLUMINATE Is the v oltage at the input to the circuit breakers correct? NO YES NO YES NO YES NO YES 2 A Replace cable CU143 1 Continued on the following page.

93. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 8.3 8.3. CENTERING THE TREAD BELT Figure 8.3-1 1. Start the machine at a speed of 10 km/h. 2. Observe the movement of the tread belt, correcting any tendency to shift to the right or left exclusively by adjusting the left tension screw a . Locking down this screw favors shifting of the belt to the right and vice versa. 3. Gradually increase the speed to 16 km/h, making any small adjustments that are necessary until the tread belt is perfectly centered.

26. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.6 3.2. TREAD BELT MOTOR DRIVE 3.2.1. M ECHANICS The tread belt is actuated by the motor through a linkage consisting of the motor pulley, the driving roller and the belt which connects them. In this way, a given belt motor speed corresponds to a predetermined linear tread belt speed. 3.2.2. C ONTROLS The control block diagram is as follows: To actuate the motor, the display board communicat es with the AT driver via the RS-485 serial link. Based on the commands received, the AT driver drives the motor by applying a variable frequency sinusoidal voltage: the frequency determin es the speed of rotation of the motor and hence the linear tread belt speed. The control may happen in “ Open loop ”, where the AT driver provides to the motor a sinusoidal voltage at a frequency that theoretically set the motor running at the selected speed. During its movement, the AT driver continually ch ecks the motor by monitoring its current draw. If any problems are detected (low voltage, overcurrent, SW or HW problems with the AT driver itself, etc....) it halts the motor and sends an alarm signa l to the display board, which displays a “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” error message which can be associated with different inverter error codes. In addition, to protect the motor from overh eating, each motor phase has a thermal cut-out connected in series. If the temperature exceeds th e threshold value, the thermal cut-outs open and interrupt the circuit. The AT driver detects this condition as the opening of a NC external contact. Display Board AT driver RS-485 CN2 J4 1-2-3/J5 M Cut-out 4-5/J5 VAC with variable frequency

65. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.29 6.10. THE TELEMETRIC HR SIGNAL IS INCORRECT The machine displays this error if the receiver is disturbed by sources of electromagnetic noise. THE TELEMETRIC HR SIGNAL IS INCORRECT Are the machines correctly spaced by the required minimum distance? Is the HS/cardio receiv er board correctly positioned and are the connecting cables properly routed? Are there sources of electromagnetic noise near the HS/cardio receiv er board? Reposition the machines so they are adequately spaced Correct the position of the HS/cardio receiv er board and the routing of the cables Mov e the machine away f rom the noise source or attenuate the power of the noise NO YES NO YES NO YES 4 A Check the earth connection of the machine 1 3 2 Continued on the following page.

32. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.12 3.4.2. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: • Emergency contact This is the contact provided by the 2 emergency stop microswitches. They provide a NC contact which opens when the emergency is pressed. This signal enters the display board (pins 1-2 of connector CN8). • RS-485 Signal This is a digital signal exchanged between the inverter and the display board. • Emergency signal This is the signal generated by the display board (pins 7-1 of connector CN7), sent to the AT driver (pins 9-2 of connector J3). This signa l is 0 Vdc under normal conditions, and goes to 11.9 Vdc in the emergency condition. • Reset signal This is the signal generated by the display board (pins 8-1 of connector CN7), sent to the AT driver (pins 10-2 of connector J3) to signal to the lower assembly the resumption of normal operation following an emergency condition. This signal is 0 Vdc under normal conditions and goes to approximately 8 Vdc for few seconds when the user presses a key. When this happens, the display board resets th e Emergency signal to 0 Vdc, thereby enabling the AT driver to operate.

33. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 4.1 4. ACCESSORIES 4.1. CARDIO THEATER CONNECTION The machine can be connected to the CardioTheat er by means of the RJ45 connector on the CSafe board. The CardioTheater unit must be provided with a power cable having the following pin-out: RJ45 Connector Signal 5 +5 Vdc 7 Ground ATTENTION: for the numbering of the pins , on RJ45 connector, please refer to the diagram below: 4.2. PC LINK FOR PROGRAMMING The machine can be connected to a PC for programming by means of the RJ45 connector on the CSafe board. The cable to use must be wired as follows: ATTENTION: for the numbering of the pins , on RJ45 connector, please refer to the diagram below:

51. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.15 6.5.3. E RROR UU This error indicates low voltage problems on the AT driver supply line. Is the supply v oltage at the input to the AT driv er correct? Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being switched of f f or 1 minute? YES Probable low line v oltage. The machine is OK Replace the AT driv er board NO UU 1 YES NO Correct the cause of the excessiv ely low line v oltage This error can be generated by even transi ent glitches in the mains supply due to overloading or other factors. Therefore it can be useful to check, in the inverter error log, the value of mains voltage recorded at the time when the error occurred. Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Place the tester probes across terminals of the connector J1 of the AT driver board. The measured voltage should be 220 VAC.

56. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.20 6.5.8. E RROR EM The error is generated if the AT drive receive s a software emergency signal via the 485 serial communications link between the upper and lo wer assemblies, but does not receive the corresponding emergency hardware signal via cables TRM-19 and TRM-20. Does the error occur f requently ? YES Replace the AT driv er board Probable interf erence. The machine is OK NO Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being turned of f f or 1 minute? YES 1 Replace the AT driv er board NO EM Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Determine the frequency of the errors by counting the number of occurrences and by running targeted checks. An error is considered frequent if it occurs 2 or 3 times a day.

84. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.16 7.14. DISASSEMBLING THE POWER SUPPLY BOX Figure 7.14-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Unplug the power supply cable from the AT driver box. 2. Unplug the ground cable from the frame. 3. Back off the 3 screws a using a 4-mm hex wrench. 4. Remove the power supply box. To reassemble the power supply box, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

53. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.17 6.5.5. E RROR O T M This error indicates that the thermal cutouts of the tread belt motor have been tripped. Are the motor thermal cutout signal correct at the input of the AT driv er board? YES Replace the tread belt motor NO 1 OtM Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being switched of f f or 1 hour? Probable ov erheating of the motor. The machine is OK NO Replace the AT driv er board YES Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Disconnect the cable TRM-06 and place the tester probes across pins 4 and 5 of its connector. The measured value of the resistance should be less than 1 Ohm. This value may be higher as a result of oxida tion of the contacts. To reinstate correct operation it is necessary to perform a special procedure that will be communicated to you on contacting the Technogym Support Service.

94. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 8.4 8.4. POSITION OF THE LIMIT SWITCH Figure 8.4-1 1. Back off the 2 screws a fixing the limit switch stop plate. 2. Adjust the position of the plate so that setting 0% of elevation, the distance x from the microswitch and the plate is about 5 mm. 3. After making the adjustment, lock down the screws a backed off previously.

31. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.11 3.4. EMERGENCY STOP MANAGEMENT 3.4.1. C ONTROL The control block diagram is as follows: When the user presses the emergency button, the display board stops the exercise, displays the message “PRESS ANY KEY ...” and sends to the AT driver the Emergency signal and the commands for halting the motors over the 485 seri al link. When the AT driver receives these signals, it stops driving both the tread belt and elevation motors. ATTENTION: the “PRESS ANY KEY...” message is displayed even in case the serial communication between the upper assembly and the lower assembly is lost. If the AT driver receives the emergency only via the serial link and not via the Emergency signal, locks out with error code “EM” and the mach ine displays the error message “HW EMERGENCY ERROR”. Once the AT driver has received an alarm signal, even if the emergency reverts to the non-tripped state, the alarm condition will persist until the display board sends the reset signal resulting from any key being pressed. This forces the AT driver to reinstate the serial communication to the display board and after that to redo the reset procedure. If the serial communication fails, the machine will tr y several time to reinstate it. Each attempt is recorded increasing the value of the COM.FAUL counter that can be checked as indicated at paragraph 9.2.4.3 “ COM.Fault”. After about 30 seconds it w ill interrupt and will display the error m essage “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED”. Display Board Emergency 7-1/CN7 Emergency Key Keyboard Contact 1-2/CN8 Reset 8-1/CN7 RS-485 AT driver 9-2/J3 10-2/J3

52. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.16 6.5.4. E RROR OU This inverter error message indicates an overvoltage condition on the inverter supply line. Is the supply v oltage at the input to the AT driv er box correct? Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being switched of f f or 1 minute? YES Probable high line v oltage. The machine is OK Replace the AT driv er board NO OU 1 YES Correct the cause of the excessiv ely high line voltage NO This error can be generated by even transien t spikes in the mains voltage, resulting from overloading or other factors. Therefore, it ca n be useful to check, in the error log, the value of the mains voltage recorded at the time when the error occurred. Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Place the tester probes across terminals of the connector J1 of the AT driver board. The measured voltage should be 220 VAC.

54. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.18 6.5.6. E RROR OL R This error indicate problem with the braking resistor. NO Reinstate the connection YES Is the braking resistor correctly connected to the AT driv er board? Is the v alue of the braking resistance correct? Replace the braking resistor 1 YES Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being switched of f f or 1 minute? YES Possible disturbance. The machine is OK Replace the AT driv er board NO NO OLr Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) With the machine switched off, disconnect the fa stons of the resistor from the AT driver board and place the tester probe across them. The measured value of the resistance should be 150 Ohm.

70. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.2 7.2. DISASSEMBLING THE CIRCUIT BOARDS OF THE DISPLAY Figure 7.2-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 1. Place the display on a work bench. 2. Unplug the connector indicated in the figure. 3. Back off the 5 screws a using a sm all Phillips screwdriver. 4. Remove the circuit board. To reassemble the circuit boards, carry out the above steps in reverse order. After the reassembling of the board, remember to fix the keyboard connector using a drop of hot glue.

59. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.23 Does the supply v oltage correctly reach connector J7 on the AT driv er board? "GRADIENT NOT WORKING" MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY NO YES Do the pulses reach connector J7 on the AT driv er board? Replace the elev ation motor NO 3 Replace the AT driv er board Replace the AT driv er board YES Check the P09 parameter is correctly setted 1 2 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the parameter setting as detailed in paragraph 9.2.1.4 “ Table of configuration param eters”. (2) Place the tester probes across pins 1 and 2 of connector J7 on the AT driver board. The measured value should be approximately 24 Vdc. (3) Place the tester probes across pins 6 and 4 of connector J7 on the AT driver board. The measured value should be approximately 2.5 Vdc. If an oscilloscope is available, it is possible to view the pulses produced by the encoder itself.

110. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.16 9.2.6.1. Low kit version This function displays the inverter firm ware version. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: LOW KIT VERSION press ENTER , the following message appears: H:x L:x B:x Which identifies the firmware version. 9.2.6.2. Config. registers This function displays the param eter values of t ype b, C, D, F, P, H and S. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: CONFIG REGISTERS press ENTER , the following message appears: ADDRESS: X where X is the address identifying an AT driver parame ter, as detailed in the tables at the end of the paragraph. Press ENTER to change the address and select a different parameter, or press + to read the value of the currently selected parameter, the following message will appear: READ FROM LOW KIT ? press ENTER to load the parameter value, the following message will appear: VALUE: Y press ENTER to begin editing the parameter value. When finished, press + and the following message will appear: WRITE TO LOW KIT ? press ENTER to confirm writing the changes to the lo w kit; at the end of this operation the following message reappears: ADDRESS: X Although the changes made to the parameters come into effect immediately, they are not automatically stored in permanent memory ; this requires a specific write operation effected using the command C-0: at a ddress 800 write the value “1”, following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. To return to the upper m enu level press CLEAR for a few seconds.

28. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.8 3.3. ELEVATION MOTOR DRIVE 3.3.1. M ECHANICS The machine incline is varied by moving a frame connected to the front wheels by means of the elevation motor rod. The motor movement is det ected by a hall sensor which provides the motor motion control signal: each motor revolution gene rates a predetermined number of pulses and produces a known displacement of the rod and hen ce of the machine incline. The direction of rotation of the motor determines whether the machine moves up or down. 3.3.2. C ONTROL The control block diagram is as follows: To actuate the motor, the display board communi cates over the RS-485 serial link with the AT driver. Based on the commands received, the AT dr iver, by means of a relay on the board that switches, applies a +24 or -24 Vdc voltage to th e motor. When the motor is powered, it starts turning. To control the incline position, the machine reads the signals outputted by: • a limit switch which defines a zero-reference position, acquired by the machine during its power-on reset procedure. In normal condition, the limit switch outputs a NC contact that goes open when it is pressed. WARNING: when the limit switch outputs an open contact (limit switch pressed, broken or cable disconnected), the SW gi ves the pulses to move upward the machine Display Board Hall sensor AT driver RS-485 CN2 J4 M Vdc Pulses Limit switch 3-8/J8 2-1/J7 6-4/J7

42. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.6 Is the 400VdC v oltage correctly supplied by the AT driv er board? Replace the AT driv er board Is the v oltage at the input to the AT driv er board correct? NO YES NO YES 6 Replace the power supply board 5 A B Is the v oltage at the input to the AT driv er box? Replace f ilter board NO 4 Is the v oltage at the output of the circuit breakers correct, when they are pressed? Replace the circuit breakers NO 3 YES YES Is the EAM2068 cable correct (check pin to pin)? Replace the EAM2068 cable NO YES Continued on the following page.

115. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.21 9.3. DRIVER AUTOTUNING Whenever the AT driver is first connected to the motor, for example when one of the two components is replaced, it is necessary to launch an autotuning function which analyses its phase resistance. Carry out the operation by setting parameter C-100 (address 806) to “1” , following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. Although the changes made to the parameters come into effect immediately, they are not automatically stored in permanent memory ; this requires a specific write operation effected using the command C-0: at address 800 write the value “1”, following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. Incorrect programming of the AT driver may cause serious damage to the machine, or result in malfunctions potentially dangerous to the user. Therefore, only attempt to program the inverter if you are certain of performing the procedure correctly. 9.4. RECALL PARAMETERS It is possible to restore all the parameters to the values they had at the last save operation. Carry out the operation by setting parameter C-1 (address 801) to “ 1 ”, following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. Although the changes made to the parameters come into effect immediately, they are not automatically stored in permanent memory ; this requires a specific write operation effected using the command C-0. Save the data by setting parameter C-0 (address 800) to “1 ” , following the detailed instructions provided in paragraph 9.2.6.2 “ Config. registers”. Incorrect programming of the AT driver may cause serious damage to the machine, or result in malfunctions potentially dangerous to the user. Therefore, only attempt to program the inverter if you are certain of performing the procedure correctly.

60. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.24 6.8. THE MACHINE DOES NOT READ THE TGS The machine displays this error if the TGS reader is not working properly, or if it is not supplied by the display board. THE MACHI NE DOES NOT READ THE TGS Does the supply v oltage correctly reach the input to the TGS reader? Is the supply v oltage correct at the output to the display board? Replace cable CBQ-32 1 2 YES NO YES Replace the display board NO A Is the serial communication link between the display board and the TGS reader OK? Replace the TGS reader. Is the communication link between the display board and the TGS reader OK? TGS reader def ectiv e 3 3 YES NO YES Replace the display board NO A Replace the TGS reader Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below:

23. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.3 3.1.4. E MERGENCY SWITCH This is the user safety device. It consists of 2 microswitches connected in series, which can be tripped either by pressing the emergency button or by pulling a cord clipped to the garment of the person exercising. The emergency switch, which provides a NC contact , acts on both the display board and the AT driver. When the emergency is tripped the AT dr iver disables the operation of the tread belt and elevation motors. The display board also det ects tripping of the emergency switch, upon which it interrupts the exercise and shows the “PRESS ANY KEY...” message on the display. To resume normal machine operation, it is necessary to press any key on the display. 3.1.5. B ELT MOTOR An asynchronous three-phase motor which, by means of a pulley and poly-v belt, turns the driving roller of the tread belt. Each motor phase is e quipped with a normally-closed thermal cutout which opens when the temperature exceeds a preset thres hold, in order to safeguard the integrity of the motor. The 3 thermal cutouts are connected in series and reach the AT driver as a NC external input signal. When this contact opens, the AT driver generates an alarm. It is equipped with a high inertia flywheel, to pe rmit more gradual deceleration of the tread belt in the event of a power outage or emergency stop. ATTENTION: dangerous voltages are present at the motor, the flywheel and the metal plate on which the motor is fixed. 3.1.6. E LEVATION MOTOR This is a linear actuator equipped with 24 Vdc moto r, integral reduction gear and a rod that is pushed backward and forward by the motor. This rod acts upon a frame connected to the front wheels of the machine: when the rod moves so does the frame, thereby lowering raising the machine. The actuator has a built-in Hall effect sensor whic h acts as an encoder, generating pulses when the motor moves. This furnishes a feedback signal on the motor movements, which is used for tracking the position of the rod and hence the elevation of the machine. 3.1.7. L IMIT SWITCH This is a NC microswitch which defines the zer o-reference position for the elevation mechanism: the switch is positioned so that it is pressed by the machine during the reset procedure, thereby defining the reference position. 3.1.8. AT DRIVER This is the electronic device that acts as an interconnection hub for the main components of the lower assembly, and serves as the point of connection with the display. In fact: • Controls the motors: > it exchanges, over the RS-485 serial link to the display board, the commands for controlling the tread belt and elevation motors;

47. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.11 6.5. AT DRIVER ERROR When the AT driver detects an error, it stops a nd interrupts the power supply to the tread belt and elevation motor. An error code identifying the fau lt condition is saved in the error history log. In addition, it sends an error status signal to the di splay board via the serial link. Upon receiving this error signal, the display board halts the ex ercise and shows the “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” message on the display. The errors logged by the inverter can also be viewed as described in paragraph 9.2.4. “ Errors log”. The following table shows the correspondence between the num bers and codes: Error code Error number Description OH 1 Overheating of the heat sinks of the AT drive and of the PFC. OC 2 Overcurrent, even if only transient, on the inverter output. UU 3 Undervoltage condition, due to an even transient drop in line voltage. OU 4 Overvoltage. PE 6 EEPROM error. Is generated when there is an error detected in the data stored on the EEprom. EdC1 7 Elevation motor encoder error. OtM 9 AC motor thermal cutout open. Oli 10 Inverter overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the maximum allowed time (I 2 t), the maximum permissible threshold for the inverter. OLm 11 Motor overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the maximum allowed time (I 2 t), the maximum permissible threshold for the motor in question. OLr 12 Braking resistor overload. Ot 13 Over-torque due to an even momentary overload of the inverter. Is generated when the torque output of the motor exceeds a pre-established limit for a pre-established time. OCH 16 HW overcurrent. MST 17 Motor lockout which occurs, operating in closed loop mode with the encoder active, if the inverter fails to reach the target speed even after attempting to reduce the reference frequency. EM 19 Emergency. Is generated when the AT drive receives a software emergency signal that is not accompanied by a hardware emergency signal. SHC 23 Short Circuit. Is generated in the event of a short circuit between a motor phase and earth.

63. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.27 6.9.2. H AND SENSOR The machine displays this error if the HS / cardi o receiver board is not working, or if it is not supplied by the display board. THERE I S NO HR SIGNAL Are the sensors correctly connected to the HS/cardio receiv er board? Is the supply v oltage correct at the output of the HS/cardio receiv er board? Reinstate the connection Replace cable CU135 Replace the display board 2 4 YES NO YES NO Is the supply v oltage correct at the input to the HS/cardio receiv er board? Replace the HS/cardio receiv er board 3 YES NO Check the earth connection of the machine 1 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the earthing of the machine using a test er to measure the resistance between the ground pin on the power supply cable and the ground node to which the hand sensor are connected inside the display. The value must be less than 1 Ohm. (2) Check the connections, referring to paragraph 2.7. “ Wiring”.

69. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.1 7. DISASSEMBLY OF COMPONENTS 7.1. DISASSEMBLING THE DISPLAY Figure 7.1-1 1. Turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 2. Back off the 2 screws a using a medium Phillips screwdriver. Figure 7.1-2 3. Open the display, leaving it attached to the machine as shown in the figure. To remove the display: 4. Disconnect the connectors indicated. 5. Remove the display. To reassemble the display, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

85. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.17 7.15. DISASSEMBLING THE TREAD BELT MOTOR Figure 7.15-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Release the spring a of the tensioning m echanism between the drive-belt and the front roller of the tread belt. Figure 7.15-2 2. Unplug connector of the tread belt motor cable on the AT driver. 3. Use a 13-mm wrench to back off the 4 nuts b locking down the screws on the lower side with a 6-mm hex wrench. 4. Remove from the machine the plate on which is mounted the tread belt motor and disassemble it. To reassemble the tread belt motor, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

74. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.6 Figure 7.5-4 2. Place the board on the sponge taking care that the coil is upward. Figure 7.5-5 3. Fold the sponge on the board as shown in the picture. 4. Secure the sponge on the board with some tape or with a cable tie. Make sure it is secured but not too fasten. Figure 7.5-6 5. Encase the board in a plastic bag. 6. Close and secure the plastic bag with some tape on the cable as indicated in the figure. the receiving coil must be oriented upwards and toward the user (as shown in the figure to side).

91. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 8.1 8. ADJUSTMENTS 8.1. TENSIONING A NEW TREAD BELT Figure 8.1-1 1. After replacing the tread belt, place a tape measure along the centre of the tread belt and use a pen to make two reference marks spaced exactly 1 meter apart. Figure 8.1-2 2. Lock down by turns the screws a until the distance between the reference marks increases by 7 mm . Take care that the roller is always approximately parallel with the one on the front, to counteract the tension exerted by the belt on the roller bearings. After completing this procedure, any further adjustments should be performed using only the left-hand alignment screw. After completing this procedure, check the centering of the tread belt as instructed in paragraph 8.3. .

9. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 1.1 1. GENERAL NOTICES 1.1. INTRODUCTION This document is reserved for Technogym Servi ce technicians, and is intended to provide authorized personnel with the necessary information to correctly carry out repairs and maintenance. A thorough knowledge of the technical information contained in this manual is essential for completing the professional training of the operator. In order to facilitate consultation, the paragra phs are accompanied by schematic drawings which illustrate the procedure being described. This manual contains notices and symbols which have a specific meanings: WARNING: non observance may result in accident or injury. ATTENTION: non observance may cause damage to the machine. Information about the operation in progress. OBSERVE: observation about the operation in progress. 1.2. RECOMMENDATIONS Technogym recommends the following steps for planning repair procedures: • Carefully evaluate the customer’s descripti on of the machine malfunction and ask all the necessary questions to clarify the symptoms of the problem. • Clearly diagnose the causes of the problem. This manual provides the fundamental theoretical basis, which must then be integrated by pe rsonal experience and attendance at the training courses periodically offered by Technogym. • Rationally plan the repair procedure so as to minimize the downtime necessary for procuring spare parts, preparing tools, etc. • Access the component to be repaired, avoiding a ny unnecessary operations. In this regard it will be useful to refer to the disassembly sequence described in this manual.

15. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.5 2.6.2. U PPER ASSEMBLY : LED ARM VERSION EMERGENCY BUTTON DISPLAY DISPLAY BOARD KEYBOARD HS / RECEIVER BOARD C N 4 TGS BOARD C N 1 C N 7 C N 9 C N 1 C N 5 C N 8 MICRO L LOW ER SENSOR R UPPER SENSOR L UPPER SENSOR R LOW ER SENSOR READYtoRUN BOARD CU133 CU135 CU136 MICRO CU138 CBQ-32 CU137 CN6 RJ45 H D 4 H D 3 & 2 H D 1 N C C C N C

67. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.31 For machine positioning layouts different from those indicated above, use the following diagram as a reference. where: 1. The distances are in centimeters. 2. The smaller number indicates the maximum lo cking distance for signal reception at the start of the exercise. 3. The higher number indicates the maximum reception distance during the exercise. (3) Check that the cardio receiver has been assemb led properly as described in the procedure 7.5. “ Disassembling the cardio receiver”. (4) To check for electrom agnetic noise near the mach ine, use Test Box Excite as detailed here below. You can use one of the following cables ELT-16 (0WC00518AB), CBQ-28 (0WC00390AC) or TRM-28 (0WC00336AC) as connection cable. The circuit lights the LED for each heart beat and/or disturbance received: in this way it is possible to determine whether there is any interference, and identify its sources. (5) Check the battery power level, using a tester if possible. Otherwise use a receiver or another “reference” machine to check the operation up to a distance of about 80 cm from the receiver. 115 86 102 70 103 83 103 82 95 76 99 78 89 60 99 77 Receiver HFU Receiver TEST BOX EXCITE HR receive r Connection cable

55. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.19 6.5.7. E RROR PE This error indicate problem on the data of the Eeprom. Does the error occur f requently ? YES Replace the AT driv er board Probable interf erence. The machine is OK NO Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being turned of f f or 1 minute? YES Re-program the AT driv er NO 1 Does the machine resume correct operation af ter being turned off for 10 minutes? Programming correct. The machine is OK Replace the AT driv er board NO YES PE 2 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Determine the frequency of the errors by counting the number of occurrences and by running targeted checks. An error is considered frequent if it occurs 2 or 3 times a day. (2) Re-program the AT driver following the procedure described in paragraph 9.5. “ Default param eters”.

75. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.7 7.6. DISASSEMBLING THE SENSORS Figure 7.6-1 1. Turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. For each sensor: 2. Back off the 2 screws a using a small Phillips screwdriver. Figure 7.6-2 3. Lift up the top sensor. 4. Remove the lower sensor. 5. To disconnect the sensors, unplug the two fastons b . To reassemble the sensors, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

71. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.3 7.3. DISASSEMBLING THE KEYBOARD Figure 7.3-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 1. Unplug connector from the keyboard. Figure 7.3-2 With the display placed on a work bench: 2. Use a sharp tool to lift up and detach a corner of the keyboard. To assemble a new keyboard, with the display on a work bench: 1. Remove the backing film which protects the adhesive. 2. Apply the adhesive part, starting from the left and working toward the right, without bending the keyboard. 3. Insert the connector in the special slot on the display and connect it to the display board. 4. Remove the protective film. When reassembling the keyboard, make sure that none of the keys are bent or remain pushed in. After the reassembling of the board, remember to fix the keyboard connector using a drop of hot glue. The keyboard assembly procedure can only be carried out once, because disassembly damages the tracks and keys.

73. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.5 7.5. DISASSEMBLING THE CARDIO RECEIVER/HAND SENSOR BOARD Figure 7.5-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 1. Back off the 8 screws a using a m edium Philips screwdriver. 2. Remove the front display casing. Figure 7.5-2 3. Cut the cable tie and remove the Receiver/hand sensor board from the nylon bag. Figure 7.5-3 To assemble the new receiver: 1. Connect the cable to the board and bend the cables on the rear side of the board. Continued on following page →

92. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 8.2 8.2. TENSIONING A USED TREAD BELT Figure 8.2-1 1. Before slackening a used tread belt that needs to be re-tensioned, place a tape measure along the centre of the tread belt and use a pen to make two reference marks spaced exactly 1 meter apart. Figure 8.2-2 2. After reassembling the used tread belt, lock down by turns the screws a until the distance between the two reference marks made previously on the tread belt are once again spaced 1 meter apart. Take care that the roller is always approximately parallel with the one on the front, to counteract the tension exerted by the belt on the roller bearings. This procedure is normally carried out after replacing the rear or driving roller, or in cases where a used tread belt needs to be reassembled: it is not possible to carry out the procedure described in paragraph 8.1. because the tread belt is not elastic. After completing this procedure, check the centering of the tread belt as instructed in paragraph 8.3.

35. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 5.1 5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.1. SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS For correct machine installation, make sure that: 1. The machine is installed on a level surface that is free of vibrations and has sufficient carrying capacity for the combined weight of the machine and user. 2. The place of installation is free of dust and sand. 3. The place of installation meets the operating temp erature and humidity conditions specified in paragraph 2.5. “ Ambient specifications”. 4. The m achine is not positioned close to sources of heat, sources of electromagnetic noise (television sets, electrical motors, antennas, hi gh voltage lines, household appliances, etc...) or medical equipment. 5. Each machine must have a dedicated supply line. 6. The socket outlet and other devices on the dedicat ed line should be appropriately sized for the required load of 16A. 7. The socket outlets must be earthed. 8. No multiple connections are permitted on the earth and/or the neutral cables. 9. The ratio between the length and cross section ratio of the cables must be sufficient to assure a maximum voltage drop of 4% of nominal value at full load (see table below) at the socket outlet. 10. Position the mains lead of the machine where it will not be underfoot. 11. There is plenty of free space around each item of equipment and a free space of 2x1 min front of the machine as shown in the picture: 12. To eliminate any interference with the cardio receiver, no transmitters should be placed less than 1 meter from the display.

109. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.15 Error code Error number Description OLr 12 Braking resistor overload. Ot 13 Over-torque due to an even momentary overload of the inverter. Is generated when the torque output of the motor exceeds a pre-established limit for a pre-established time. OCH 16 HW overcurrent. MST 17 Motor lockout which occurs, operating in closed loop mode with the encoder active, if the inverter fails to reach the target speed even after attempting to reduce the reference frequency. EM 19 Emergency. Is generated when the AT drive receives a software emergency signal that is not accompanied by a hardware emergency signal. SHC 23 Short Circuit. Is generated in the ev ent of a short circuit between a motor phase and earth. Use the + speed key to advance to the next error, otherwise the message w ith the details of the current error will continue to reappear. 9.2.5. S TANDARD SETTINGS This function simultaneously resets the User me nu, low kit, UpDown table parameters to their default values and the operating data of the m achine. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: STANDARD SETTING press ENTER , the following message appears: CONFIRM ? Press ENTER again to reset all parameters to their defa ult values, or return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.6. L OW KIT MENU This function directly accesses the firmware of the inverter. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: LOW KIT MENU press ENTER . This function is structured as follows: LOW KIT MENU Low Kit Version Config. Registers

43. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.7 B Are the DC v oltages at the output of the AT driv er board correct? Replace the AT driv er board NO YES 7 Are the DC v oltages at the input to the display board correct? Replace the display board Replace cable CU133 NO YES 8 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: To speed up the troubleshooting procedure, check the state of the power indicator LEDs on the various circuit boards. (1) Slightly lift the Faston connectors on the machine power inlet socket. Place the tester probes across the live and neutral pins on the same connector. The measured voltage should be approximately 220 VAC. (2) As for step (1) but across the input of the circuit breakers. (3) As for step (1) but across the output of the circuit breakers. (4) Unplug the cable coming from the filter board, fr om the connector J1 on the AT driver board. Place the tester probes on the same connector. Th e measured voltage should be approximately 220 VAC. (5) Check that the red LED H5, on the AT driver board is on. (6) Using a tester, check the voltages on the back of connector XU2 on the AT drive board, placing the probes on test points 1-2 to measure the +12 Vdc signal (see figure below).

76. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.8 7.7. DISASSEMBLING THE READY TO RUN BOARD Figure 7.7-1 1. Turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 2. Back off the screw a using a small Phillips screwdriver. 3. Remove the plastic cover b from the handlebar. Figure 7.7-2 4. Disconnect the connector c from the board. 5. Remove the board from the plastic cover. To reassemble the board, carry out the above steps in reverse order. During the reassembling procedure do not forget to place again the light conveyor “d” between the board and the cover.

86. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.18 7.16. DISASSEMBLING THE ELEVATION MOTOR Figure 7.16-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.12. “ Disassembling the electrical box”. 1. Turn the m achine over on one side. 2. Remove the split pin a and then the pin b securing the elevation motor assembly to the elevation frame. Figure 7.16-2 3. Remove the split pin c and then the pin d . 4. Remove the elevation motor e . To reassemble the elevation motor, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

104. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.10 DEFAULT SETTING ? press ENTER to load the default parameter values, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. To write these parameters to the low kit, use the “Write to low kit” function. 9.2.1.4. Table of configuration parameters Parameter Description Range Default value Par 01 Default speed for Quick Start workout. [Km/h*10] 0 - 300 8 Par 02 Default acceleration and deceleration for tread belt motor. [Km/h*100/sec] 0 - 3000 100 Par 03 Default zero reference position for tread-belt incline. [*2] -10 - +40 0 Par 04 PID proportional gain. [*100] 0 - 9999 7 Par 05 PID Integral gain. [*100] 0 - 9999 150 Par 06 Ramp Type 0 - 100 0 Par 07 Error status on DC motor encoder 0 - 1 0 Par 08 Serial communication timeout [10*msec] 0 - 255 0 Par 09 DC motor encoder error timeout. [msec] 0 - 255 15 Par 10 FREE - 0 Par 11 Driving roller diameter. [mm] 0 - 1000 74 Par 12 Pulley ratio 0 - 9000 211 Par 13 Error status on AC motor encoder 0 - 1 0 9.2.2. U P D OWN SETTINGS This function allows access to the parameters in the UpDown table which define the number of encoder pulses that correspond to different mach ine incline positions. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: UPDOWN SETTINGS press ENTER . This function is structured as follows:

50. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.14 6.5.2. E RRORS OC - OL I - OL M - O T - OCH - MST - SHC These errors are associated with overcurrent or overloading of the inverter and/or motor. 1 Replace the AT driv er board YES Are the AT driv er outputs, short-circuited? OLi OLM OT OCH OC Change the table and tread belt and/or lubricate YES Are the running deck table and tread belt in good condition and well lubricated? NO Does the problem only occur with users who are too heav y ? YES Do not exceed the maximum weight limit (180 kg - 397 lbs) NO Are the bearings of the rollers in good condition? NO Replace the rollers YES Replace the tread belt motor NO MST SHC Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Disconnect the motor cable from the AT driv er box and place the tester probes across its terminals U-V, U-W and V-W. The measured resistance should be very high, in the order Mohms. Disconnect the motor cable from th e AT driver box and place the tester probes across its terminals U-ground, V-ground and W- ground. The measured resistance value should be that of an open contact.

72. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.4 7.4. DISASSEMBLING THE EMERGENCY BUTTON Figure 7.4-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 1. Back off the 8 screws a using a m edium Philips screwdriver. 2. Remove the front display casing and place it on a work bench. Figure 7.4-2 3. Disconnect the cable b from the two faston connectors on the emergency button. 4. Back off the 4 screws c using a small Philips screwdriver. 5. Remove the emergency button from the front side. 6. Back off the 2 screws d using a medium Philips screwdriver and remove the two microswitch. To reassemble the emergency button, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

106. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.12 9.2.3. U SAGE DATA This function makes it possible to access the machine usage data stored in the low kit. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: USAGE DATA press ENTER . This function is structured as follows: OPERATING DATA Life Kit H Life AC M WRITE TO LOW KIT ? READ FROM LOW KIT ? Life DC M Life Kit L Tot. Km In addition to the machine usage data, this func tion also includes the 2 sub-functions described below: 9.2.3.1. Read from low kit To read the param eter values from the low kit me mory to view them on the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: READ FROM LOW KIT ? press ENTER to read the parameters from the low kit, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.3.2. Write to low kit To write the values of the currently displaye d parameters to the low kit, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: WRITE TO LOW KIT ? press ENTER to write the parameters to the low kit, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds.

62. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.26 6.9. THERE IS NO HEART RATE SIGNAL 6.9.1. T ELEMETRIC RECEIVER HFU The machine displays this error if: 1. electromagnetic noise saturate the HR receive r which does not display any value due to a specific SW filter which cut every signal, greater than 220 bpm; 2. the receiver is not working properly; 3. the receiver is not supplied by the display board. THERE I S NO HR SIGNAL Does the supply v oltage correctly reach the input to the receiv er? Replace the receiv er 2 3 YES Is the supply v oltage correct at the output of the display board? Replace cable CU135 Replace the display board NO YES NO Carry out the troubleshooting procedure "THE TELEMETRIC SIGNAL IS INCORRECT" 1 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Carry out the troubleshooting procedure 6.10. “ The telemetric hr signal is incorrect”. (2) Place the tester probes across pins 1 and 2 of connector HD4 of the HS / cardio receiver board. The m easured value should be +5 Vdc. (3) As for step (2) but across pins 1 and 5 of connector CN9 on the display board.

8. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page iv 10.4.3. Checking the wiring and connections............................................................................................ . 10.4 10.4.4. Checking the wear and lubrication of the tread belt and running deck ......................................... 10.5 10.4.5. Checking the wear of the driving roller........................................................................................ .. 10.5 10.4.6. Checking the wear of the rear roller ........................................................................................... ... 10.5 10.4.7. Checking the shock absorbers ................................................................................................... ..... 10.5 10.4.8. Checking the tread belt motor drive-belt ....................................................................................... . 10.5 10.4.9. Checking and centering the tread belt.......................................................................................... .. 10.5 10.4.10. Checking the display....................................................................................................................... 10.6 11. APPENDIX............................................................................................................................................................. 11.1 11.1. U PDATING THE SW ............................................................................................................................... .......... 11.1 11.2. T OOLS TO USE ............................................................................................................................... ................. 11.2

25. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.5 The board includes the following indicator LEDs visible when the AT driver cover is removed: LED name Colour Description ALARM red If ON indicates that the AT driver has detected an error (EdC) when it was moving the elevation motor. This LED stay ON for about 1 second and then goes OFF. EN_UP green if ON indicates that the motor has received the supply voltage for movement in the upward direction EN_DOWN red if ON indicates that the motor has received the supply voltage for movement in the downward direction TACHO green functioning of elevation motor encoder: if blinking, indicates that the board is receiving the pulses from the encoder DWN_SW green status of Limit switch contact: if ON indicates that the microswitch is pressed 3.1.8.2. AT power supply board It is the lower board of the assem bly and it receives the 400 Vdc from the AT driver board and outputs to the AT driver board the low voltages used by the machine. 3.1.8.3. Fans There are 2 fans powered with 24 Vdc used to cool down the AT driver. 3.1.8.4. Breaking resistor It is a 150 Ohm used by the AT driver board to dissipate the energy produced by the motor when it is working as a generator. 3.1.9. P OWER SUPPLY BOX It is a box that contains: • Power entry socket; • ON-OFF switch; • 2 circuit breakers that check the overload on line and neutral; • A filter board.

88. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.20 Figure 7.17-2 4. Back off the screw c using a 5-mm hex wrench. 5. Remove the footboard stop d . 6. Remove the footboard e by pulling it toward the back. Carry out the above steps on both the sides of the machine. 7. Slacken the belt tension by backing off the two screws f which act on the rear machine roller, using an 8-mm hex wrench. Slacken the screws acting by turns on both the sides of the machine so that the rear roller is always parallel to the front one and to avoid to damage the roller bearings. Figure 7.17-3 8. Release the spring g of the tensioning mechanism between the drive-belt and the front roller of the tread belt. Continued on following page →

79. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.11 7.10. DISASSEMBLING THE MOTOR COMPARTMENT FAN Figure 7.10-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Disconnect from the AT driver the 2 connectors a indicated in the figure, of the fan and of the limit switch. Figure 7.10-2 2. Turn the machine over on one side. 3. Back off the 7 screws b using a 4-mm hex wrench. 4. Remove the lower casing plate. Figure 7.10-3 5. Back off the 4 screws c using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 6. Remove the fan from the lower casing plate. To reassemble the fan, carry out the above steps in reverse order. Remember to connect again the limit switch cable.

105. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.11 UPDOWN SETTINGS +20%: -5.0%: WRITE TO LOW KIT ? DEFAULT SETTINGS ? READ FROM LOW KIT ? ....................... In addition to the 50 configuration parameters, this function also includes the 3 sub-functions described below: 9.2.2.1. Read from low kit To read the param eter values from the low kit me mory to view them on the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows READ FROM LOW KIT ? press ENTER to read the parameters from the low k it, then return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.2.2. Write to low kit To write the values of the currently displaye d parameters to the low kit, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: WRITE TO LOW KIT ? press ENTER to write the parameters to the low kit, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.2.3. Default setting To load the def ault parameter values to the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: DEFAULT SETTING ? press ENTER to load the default parameter values, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. To write these parameters to the low kit, use the “Write to low kit” function.

103. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.9 9.2.1. L OW KIT PARAMETER This function provides access to parameters used for modifying certain settings of the lower assembly, or for monitoring the state of the m achine. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: LOW KIT PARAM. press ENTER . This function is structured as follows: LOW KIT PARAM. Par.13 Par.01 WRITE TO LOW KIT ? DEFAULT SETTINGS ? READ FROM LOW KIT ? ....................... In addition to the 13 configuration parameters, this function also includes the 3 sub-functions described below: 9.2.1.1. Read from low kit To read the param eter values from the low kit me mory to view them on the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: READ FROM LOW KIT ? press ENTER to read the parameters from the low k it, then return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.1.2. Write to low kit To write the values of the currently displaye d parameters to the low kit, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: WRITE TO LOW KIT ? press ENTER to write the parameters to the low kit, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.1.3. Default setting To load the def ault parameter values to the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows:

77. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.9 7.8. SMONTAGGIO MANIGLIONI Figure 7.8-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 1. Back off the 2 screws a using a m edium Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the handlebar pulling it out from the rear side. Figure 7.8-2 To disassemble the central handlebar: 3. Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassembling the display”. 4. Back off the 8 screws b using a m edium Phillips screwdriver. 5. Figure 7.8-3 6. Back off the 2 screws c using a 6-mm hex wrench. 7. Remove the handlebar taking care of the cable coming from the hand sensor. To reassemble the handlebars, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

107. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.13 9.2.3.3. Machine usage data The m achine usage data on the display is updated every 10 minutes. This means that, whenever the machine is switched off, any changes after the last memory update will be lost. MESSAGE ON DISPLAY DESCRIPTION Life AC M: Minutes x 10 of tread belt motor operation Life DC M: Minutes of elevation motor operation Life Kit H: Minutes x 10 of operation of the upper assembly Life Kit L: Minutes x 10 of operation of the lower assembly Tot. Km: Total km travelled By selecting one of the items in the above table it is possible to modify its content, but only after having cleared its value. When the ENTER key is pressed the message “Reset life...” appears, followed by the name of the selected item; pressing ENTER again resets the value of the selected item, while pressing CLEAR reverts to the old value. 9.2.4. E RRORS LOG This function accesses the machine’s error histor y log. To access this menu, when the LED display shows: ERRORS LOG press ENTER . This function is structured as follows: ERRORS LOG Error 10 Error 1 RESET ERRORS ? READ FROM LOW KIT ? ....................... In addition to the error history log, this function also includes the 2 sub-functions described below: 9.2.4.1. Read from low kit To read the error history log from the low kit me mory to view it on the display, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: READ FROM LOW KIT ? press ENTER to read the errors from the low kit, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds.

29. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.9 until the contact is closed again. If after some pulse the contact doesn’t change its status, the elevation movement is disabled. • an encoder consisting of a Hall effect sensor in tegrated into the elevation motor: when the motor is running it outputs train of pulses which represent the motor movement. The AT driver counts the pulses received and is thus able to de termine the exact position of the incline. When the target position is reached, it disables the elevation motor movement. If, during the elevation motor operation, the AT dr ives detects problems on these signals and in particular: • if no pulses arrive to the AT driver for a time period of approximately 1.5 sec; • if the limit switch outputs an open contact and it doesn’t change if the elevation is moved upward more than 2%. Then: • the AT driver locks out with error code “EdC”; • the machine displays the error message “GRADIENT NOT WORKING” and halts all movements of both the elevation and tread belt motors; • The parameter Par 07 is set to 1 to disable the usage of the elevation motor. If an exercise is started, the machine will resu me operation with only the tread belt motor enabled. Only if the machine is turned off and on again, it will reset the Par 07 to 0 and will restart using the elevation motor too. 3.3.3. T HE RESET PROCEDURE On power-up, the machine performs a reset proce dure in order to determine the zero-reference position for the incline. The procedure consists of the downward movement of the machine until the limit switch is tripped then it moves upward until the contact on the limit switch is closed again. This defines the reference “zero position” for the incline: all movements for reaching different elevations will be variations relative to this reference. 3.3.4. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: • RS-485 Signal This is a digital signal exchanged between the AT board and the display board. • Motor voltage signal (Vdc) This is the DC voltage generated by the AT driv er (pins 2-1 of connector J7) for supplying the elevation motor. Its absolute value is 24 Vd c and, depending on its polarity, it causes the motor to rotate in either a clockwise or anticlock wise direction. The incline of the machine will increase or decrease accordingly. • Pulse signal

81. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.13 7.12. DISASSEMBLING THE ELECTRICAL BOX Figure 7.12-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Back off the screws a using a m edium Phillips screwdriver. 2. Disconnect the cables entering the electrical box: • Power supply cable from the power supply box; • Cable connecting upper and lower assemblies; • Limit switch cable; • Ground connection cable; • Fan cable; • Tread belt motor cable; • Elevation motor cable (TRM-08). 3. Remove the entire box from its compartment in the machine. To reassemble the electrical box, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

89. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.21 Figure 7.17-4 9. Disengage the motor drive belt from the pulley h on the front roller. 10. Remove the driving roller, extracting it from the top on the right side and pulling it out axially from the left. 11. Remove the motor drive belt from the motor pulley. Figure 7.17-5 12. Back off the 2 screws i which are fixing the running deck to the frame of the machine, using a 6-mm hex wrench. 13. Remove the running deck from the side. 14. Fully back off the screws which release the tension of the rear roller. 15. Remove the rear roller. 16. Remove the tread belt. Figure 7.17-6 When reassembling the running deck, remember to insert the plastic bushing “l” on the rear supports. Continued on following page →

117. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.1 10. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE To keep the machine in perfect working order a nd forestall possible problems it is necessary to carry out the scheduled maintenance operations de scribed below. The maintenance operations can essentially be classified according to the frequency with which they need to be performed: • Daily maintenance operations; • Weekly maintenance operations; • Monthly maintenance operations; • Twice yearly maintenance operations. The operations require different levels of operato r qualification. The following paragraphs describe the recommended procedures. 10.1. DAILY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS These operations can be carried out by th e machine owner and do not require any special skills. The daily machine maintenance consists of simple ex ternal cleaning, for the purposes of general hygiene. For the daily maintenance of the machine, proceed as follows: 10.1.1. S ETTING UP THE OPERATION 1. Turn off the machine by placing the switch in position 0 (OFF). 2. Unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 10.1.2. E XTERNAL CLEANING OPERATIONS 1. Using a cloth moistened with a neutral detergen t (non acidic), clean the entire machine, taking care not to rub too vigorously, especially on the keys of the display. Never spray the cleaning product directly on the machine. WARNING: do not use alcohol, petrol or other chemical products.

82. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.14 7.13. DISASSEMBLING THE ELECTRONICS BOARDS Figure 7.13-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.12. “ Disassembling the electrical box”. 1. Back off the 4 screws a using a m edium Phillips screwdriver. 2. Lift up the cover. Figure 7.13-2 1. Unplug the fan cable from the AT driver board. 2. Unscrew the two screws b using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 3. Remove the fan. Figure 7.13-3 AT driver board : 1. Unplug the flat cable coming from the AT power supply board, shown in the picture. 2. Unscrew the screw c using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 3. Lift up the board paying attention to the cables connected on the lower side. Continued on following page →

119. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.3 10.3. MONTHLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS These operations can be carried out by th e machine owner and do not require any special skills. The monthly machine maintenance operations consists of simple cleaning, lubrication and checking the state of wear to ensure the co rrect and safe functioning of the machine. For the monthly maintenance of the machine, proceed as follows: 10.3.1. I NTERNAL CLEANING OPERATIONS 1. Turn off the machine by placing the switch in position 0 (OFF). 2. Unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 3. Open the motor guard. 4. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the interior, payi ng particular attention to the tread belt motor and the electronic circuit boards. WARNING: when carrying out these operations, be careful not to damage the cables. 5. Move the machine and clean the floor underneath using a vacuum cleaner. 10.3.2. C HECKING THE STATE OF WEAR 1. With the machine stopped, check the state of wear of the entire surface of the tread belt, turning it by hand. If any anomalies are found, call in an authorized Technogym service technician. 10.3.3. C HECKING THE OPERATION OF THE CARDIOTESTER RECEIVER 1. Using a separate heart rate monitor, put on the transmitter band and check that the machine and the separate monitor both measure the same heart rate, and that when the band is disconnected the machine does not receive any signal. 2. Using a heart rate frequency simulator, check that the machine detects the variations in the heart rate. 10.3.4. C HECKING THE OPERATION OF THE HAND SENSOR RECEIVER 1. Using a separate heart rate monitor, grasp the hand sensors and check that the machine and the separate monitor both measure the same heart rate , and that when the sensors are released the machine does not receive any signal.

124. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 11.2 11.2. TOOLS TO USE The following tools are necessary to carry out all disassembly, adjustment and maintenance operations on the machines: • Small Phillips screwdriver; • Medium Phillips screwdriver; • Flat head screwdriver; • 7-gauge wrench; • 13-gauge wrench; • 17-gauge wrench; • 3-gauge hexagonal T-wrench; • 4-gauge hexagonal T-wrench; • 4-gauge hexagonal T-wrench; • 6-gauge hexagonal T-wrench; • 8-gauge hexagonal T-wrench; • Torque wrench. CAUTION: Tool measurements are expressed in mm.

120. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.4 10.4. TWICE-YEARLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS These operations can only be carried out by a qualified technician specifically trained by Technogym and authorized to ca rry out machine installation and adjustments, as well as special maintenance operations or repairs which require special knowledge of the machine, its operation, safety systems and working procedures. The six-monthly maintenance operations involve checking the functioning, wear and tension of the mechanical components so as to ensure the correct and safe operation of the machine. For the six-monthly maintenance of the machine, proceed as follows: 10.4.1. CARRYING OUT THE MONTHLY MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE 1. Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 10.3. “ Monthly maintenance operations”. 10.4.2. C HECKING THE WORKING CONDITIONS 1. Check that the machine is connected directly to the wall outlet, without any extension cords, and that the outlet is correctly earthed. 2. Using a multimeter, check that the machine earth node is correctly connected to earth. 10.4.3. C HECKING THE WIRING AND CONNECTIONS 1. Open all the machine guards. 2. Check the condition of all the cables: • External conditions; • Possible rusting of the connectors; • Electrical continuity of the individual wires; • Isolation of the individual wires toward ground. Repair and/or replace any non-conforming wires. 3. Check the condition of the fuses using a tester.

22. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.2 3.1.1. D ISPLAY BOARD This is the heart of the display: this is th e circuit board which comprises the CPU, an ARM microprocessor, its logic circuits and a FLAS H EPROM containing the operating program for the machine moreover, acts as the interconnection hub fo r all the components of the display and serves as the point of connection with the electrical box. In fact it receives and process signals from: - Keyboard; - HS / Cardio receiver board; - TGS reader; > receives from the AT driver the +12 Vdc power supply, which is used to produce the +5 Vdc and then distributes the correct voltagesto the various devices; > Exchanges, over the RS-485 serial link to the AT driver box, commands for controlling the belt and elevation motors; > Makes available a communication port, on 1 extern ally accessible connector, which can be used for connecting compatible CSafe devices such as the CardioTheater readers. This connector is situated on the back of the display. These connector can also be interfaced, usi ng a special cable, to an external PC for programming the FLASH EEPROM. > controls the LEDs and the 7-segment displays which provide feedback about the exercise session. The board includes the following indicator LEDs: LED name Color Description LED1 green if ON the +12 Vdc power supply from the AT Driver correctly reaches the board. 3.1.2. TGS READER This board enables the machine to read the TGS key inserted by the user for performing workouts programmed with the Wellness System. 3.1.3. HS / CARDIO RECEIVER BOARD This is the board which: > manages the hand sensors, interfacing them with the display board. It processes the analogue signal received from the sensors and outputs one pos itive logic pulse for each heart beat that is detected. The signal level is normally 5 Vdc; it goe s to 0 Vdc when the user’s hands are placed on the contacts, and a 5 Vdc pulse (having a width of approximately 30 msec) is output at each detected heart beat. > manages the signal received from the telemetric transmitter used by the person exercising. It receives the power supply signal from the displa y board and outputs a negative logic pulse for every heart beat that is detected: the signal level is normally 5 Vdc, with a pulse at 0 Vdc (having a width of approximately 30 msec) at each heart beat. The receiver reception area is approximately a circle with a 1 m radius. If there is electromagnetic noise (produced by high voltage lin es, radio transmitters, monitors, motors etc.) within this area, the receiver becomes saturated and no longer receives any signal.

38. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.2 6.1. TROUBLESHOOTING SERVICE MENU This section can be used to test the operation of certain machine components (AC/DC Motors, LED display, keyboard, serial ports, inverter). It is invoked, when the machine is in standby mode, by simultaneously pressing the keys ENTER , ↑ , CLEAR . The following prompt appears on the LED display: ENTER PASSWORD: To access the procedure, insert the password 2501 which protects against unauthorized access and press ENTER to confirm. To enter the password without the numeric keypad, enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. At this point there are two options available: ↑ = Tech Config ↓ = Troubleshooting Press the number key 2 to access the troubleshooting menu, which is structured as shown in the figure below. TROUBLESHOOTING I2C Devices Test AUTOMATIC TEST MANUAL TEST UpDown Test Inverter Test LED Test SERIAL PORTS TEST MAN.KEYBOARD TEST CSafe COM Test TGS COM Tes t Low Kit COM Test To scroll through the list of available functions, pre ss the + or – speed keys to display the next or previous item. Confirm the choice by pressing ENTER . To cancel the operation, press the CLEAR key for a few seconds.

101. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.7 Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: when the current parameter value starts to blink, press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then use the number keys to enter the desired new value. Press ENTER to confirm the selection; use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 5.0 km/h The minimum threshold speed for the user de tect function is 3.0 km/h. Entering any value lower than this will have the effect of disabling the user-detect function. If the unit of measurement is setted to IMPERIAL units (miles / pound), the default value for this parameter is 3 mph while the minimum speed is 2 mph. At the end of the format procedure, hold down the CLEAR key for a few seconds to exit. The CLEAR key can be pressed at any time to interrupt the procedure and revert to standby mode. 9.1.18. SN This parameter shows the serial number of the machine. 9.1.19. R EADY 2R UN It is possible to set how many time (in minutes) befo re the end of the exercise, the green light on the handlebar, should starts blinking to indicate the soon end of the exercise. Ready2Run function is managed in minutes, with values ranging from 0 to 5. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current time: Ready2Run (min): xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 1. Setting “0” this parameter will have the effect of disabling the function.

13. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.3 2.3. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Width 85.9 cm - 34 in Length 210 cm - 83 in Height 141.5 cm - 56 in Running deck height from the floor 21.5 cm – 8.5 in Weight 164 Kg - 361 lbs 2.4. CONFORMITY REGULATIONS The machine conforms to the following standards: Europe USA Standards EN60335-1 EN55014-1 EN55014-2 EN61000-3-2 EN61000-3-3 EN957-1 EN957-6 class SA Directives 73/23/CEE 89/336/CEE 98/37/CEE UL 60601-1 In addition: • Electrical isolation class under EN60335-1: Classe I ; • Protection rating: IP20 . 2.5. AMBIENT SPECIFICATIONS Operating from 10° to 25° C Temperature Storage from -10 to 70° C Operating from 20% to 90% non-condensing Humidity Storage from 20% to 90% non-condensing

21. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.1 3. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 3.1. BLOCK DIAGRAM The machine block diagram is illustrated in the figure below: DISPLAY DISPLAY BOARD RIGHT SENSOR LEFT SENSOR HS / CARDIO REC. BOARD TGS READER EMERGENCY BUTTON KEYBOARD AT DRIVER BOX AT DRIVER BOARD AT POWER SUPPLY BOARD LIMIT SWITCH MOTOR ELEV ATI ON MOTOR Fan 24VDC AT POWER SUPPLY BOX POWER ENTRY SOCKET C I R C U I T B R E A K E R VAC C I R C U I T B R E A K E R FILTER BOARD Fan 24VDC RESISTANCE Fan 24VDC

87. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.19 7.17. DISASSEMBLING THE TREAD BELT GROUP With these operations it is possible to disassemble: • footrest; • driving roller; • tread belt motor drive-belt; • running deck; • driven roller; • tread belt; • shock absorbers. In order to carry out these operations, it is necessary to slacken the tread-belt tension. If the belt is to be used again, follow the instructions given in paragraph 8.2. “ Tensioning a used tread belt” to correctly re-tension the belt. Figure 7.17-1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph 7.9. “ Disassembling the motor guard”. 1. Back off the screw a using a 3-m m hex wrench. 2. Back off the 2 screw b using a 3-mm hex wrench. 3. Remove the rear cover by pulling it toward the back. Continued on following page →

114. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.20 MENU –P– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value P-240 438 OverTorque mode - P-540 485 Out Vlt auto adj 0 P-241 439 OT curr lim thr - P-560 486 Deadtime cmp lev 8 P-242 440 OT level fac src - P-561 487 Deadtime cmp slp 35 P-243 441 OT signal delay - P-580 488 Startup display 1 P-260 444 Motor OL prot en - P-600 489 Speed dsply fact 100 P-280 445 Brake res OL en - P-999 490 Param prot code 0 9.2.7. H IGH KIT VERSION This function displays the SW version of the display. To do this, when the LED display shows: HIGH KIT VERSION press ENTER , the message that identifies the SW version, will appear. 9.2.8. BOOT VERSION This function displays the BOOT version. To do this, when the display shows: BOOT VERSION press ENTER to display the message which identifies the BOOT version. 9.2.9. K EY R EADER V ERSION This function displays the SW version of the TGS reader. To do this, when the LED display shows: KEY READER VERS. press ENTER , the message that identifies the SW version, will appear.

36. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 5.2 5.2. INSTALLATION To correctly install the machine, proceed as follows: 1. Ensure that the specifications and requirements for installation have been met (see paragraph 5.1. “ Specifications and requirements”). 2. Position the m achine as specified above, on a leve l surface that is free of vibrations and has sufficient carrying capacity for the combined weight of the machine and user. 3. The machine is shipped partially assembled and packed in a carton fixed to a wooden pallet. Follow the assembly procedure described in th e “Operating and Service Instructions” supplied with each machine. Follow the assembly operations described in the instruction sheets supplied with the machines. 4. Connect the mains lead to the power inlet socket on the machine. 5. Place the on/off switch in the “0” position. 6. Plug the mains lead into the wall outlet. 5.3. FIRST POWER-ON After completing the installation procedure, the m achine is ready to be powered up. To turn on the machine, simply toggle the on/off switch from the “0” position to the “1” position. During power-up the machine resets the incline. After completing the power-on reset, the machine goes into standby, awaiting a keyboard command. To check the correct operation of the machine: • get on the machine; • press the “Quick Start” key to begin exercising and check that the tread belt motor starts; • press the “+” and “-” keys on the keyboard a nd check that the tread belt speed varies accordingly; • press the “ ↑ ” and “ ↓ ” keys and check that the incline varies accordingly; • press the emergency button and check that the tread belt stops; • put on the heart rate meter and check that the machine correctly reads the heart rate value; • grasp the sensors and check that the machine correctly reads the heart rate value.

83. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 7.15 Figure 7.13-4 4. Unplug the two cables d coming from the AT power supply board. 5. Unplug the faston e of the two cables coming from the resistance. 6. Remove the AT driver board. Figure 7.13-5 Resistance : 1. Unscrew the two screw f using a Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the resistance. Figure 7.13-6 AT power supply board: 1. Unplug the cable coming from the fan g and disassembling the fan. 2. Unscrew the screws h using a Phillips screwdriver. 3. Unscrew the spacers i using a 7-mm wrench. 4. Remove the board, detaching the adhesive tape which fix the bracket, indicated by the arrow on the box metal casing. To reassemble the electronics boards, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

14. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.4 2.6. WIRING DIAGRAM The machine consists of 2 assemblies which are connected together as illustrated below: UPPER ASSEMBLY LOWER ASSEMBLY CU133 Depending on the model, these 2 assemblies can have the different configurations illustrated below. 2.6.1. L OWER ASSEMBLY AT DRIVER BOX MAIN BOARD POWER SUPPLY BOARD J 8 X P W R LIMIT SWITCH MOTOR ELEVATION MOTOR Fan 24VDC POWER SUPPLY BOX ON/OFF SWITCH C I R C U I T B R E A K E R VAC C I R C U I T B R E A K E R FILTER BOARD J 3 J 4 J 5 J 7 Fan 24VDC J 2 J 1 RESISTANCE X R 1 X R 2 J F X P W R X U 2 X U 2 X U 1 X U 1 Fan 24VDC X V 1 POWER SUPPLY SOCKET CU143 CU143 I N 2 I N 1 L 4 N 1 L N CU143 L 3 N 2 CU177 FE CU145 O U T 1 O U T 2 CU144 CU156 EAM2069 EAM2068 CU133 TRM-54 N C C O M

40. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.4 6.1.1.4. LED Test The LED test checks the functioning of the display by lighting all the LEDs in the m atrix. It also tests the buzzer, varying the frequency to produce different tones of sound. The test does not produce a result message, so the user must visually check the outcome. 6.1.1.5. Serial Ports Test The serial ports test checks the following com munication ports: • CSafe COM test; • Low Kit COM test; • TGS COM test. Using the + and – speed keys, select the desired test item and confirm by pressing ENTER . The test can have two outcomes: • “Test Successful, press Enter to continue”: This means that the test was completed successfully, i.e. that serial communications on the selected port are correct. • “COMx Error, press Enter to continue”: This means that the outcome of the test was negative: the message will specify COM1 in the case of the CSafe COM test, COM2 in the case of communications with the low kit, or COM3 in the case of the TGS COM test. NOTE : The communication with the CSafe port and th e TGS is not working if any device is not connected to the port. 6.1.2. M ANUAL T EST This section groups together tests for manually ch ecking the operation of certain peripheral devices. After selecting the desired test item using the + and – speed keys, press ENTER to access the tests. To exit test mode, hold down the CLEAR key for a few seconds. The various manual tests are described below. 6.1.2.1. Man. Keyboard Test The m anual keyboard test checks the functioning of all the keys on the keyboard. After accessing the test by pressing ENTER , the message “ Press all buttons (beep=OK) ” appears on the display. Pressing each key will produce an audible signal, if a key does not produce the “beep” it means it is not working properly.

118. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.2 10.2. WEEKLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS These operations can be carried out by th e machine owner and do not require any special skills. The weekly machine maintenance operations consists of simple cleaning, lubrication and checking the emergency stop to ensure the correct and safe functioning of the machine. For the weekly maintenance operations, proceed as follows: 10.2.1. C HECKING THE “E MERGENCY STOP ” 1. With the machine turned on and moving at a speed of approximately 5 km/h (3 mph), trip the emergency stop and check that the machine halts, displaying the “PRESS A KEY” message. 10.2.2. C OMPLETE OPERATION 1. When the machine is switched on, check that it performs the power-on self test procedure which: • sounds the buzzer; • resets the incline. At the end of which the machine goes into standby, awaiting a keyboard command. 2. To check the correct operation of the machine: • get on the machine; • press the “Start” key to begin the exercise and check that the tread belt motor starts; • press the “+” and “-” keys on the keyboard a nd check that the tread belt speed varies accordingly; • press the “ ↑ “ and “ ↓ “ keys and check that the incline varies accordingly; • put on the heart rate meter and check that the machine correctly reads the heart rate value; • grasp the sensors and check that the machine correctly reads the heart rate value.

102. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.8 9.2. SERVICE MENU CONFIGURATION The configuration procedure is invoked when the machine is in standby mode. Simultaneously press the ENTER , ↑ , CLEAR keys. The following prompt appears on the LED display: ENTER PASSWORD: To access the procedure, type in the password 2501 which protects against unauthorized access and press “Enter” to confirm. To enter the password, increase or decrease the displayed value using the ↑ and ↓ keys, or use the +/- GOAL keys to scroll through and modify the individual digits. At this point there are two options available: ↑ = Tech Config ↓ = Troubleshooting Press numeric key ↑ to access the menu for configuring tec hnical parameters; the machine display will begin showing the current configuration, structured as in the diagram below: • Configuration TECHNICAL CONFIGURATION ERRORS LOG KEY READER VERS. LOW KIT PARAM. UPDOWN SETTINGS OPERATING DATA LOW KIT MENU BOOT VERSION STANDARD SETTINGS HIGH KIT VERSION Scroll through the parameter list using the + or – speed keys to move the next or previous parameter. To modify a parameter value, it is necessary to press the ENTER key: when the current parameter value starts to blink, press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then use the number keys to enter the desired new value. Save the changes made by pressing the ENTER key. To cancel the operation, press the CLEAR key for a few seconds. The various parameters are described below.

108. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.14 9.2.4.2. Reset errors To clear the error history log in both the low and high kit, scroll using the +/- keys until the LED display shows: RESET ERRORS ? press ENTER to clear the error history log, and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.4.3. COM.Fault This is a counter that display the num ber of errors in serial communication between the upper and the lower kit. This counter increase each time a communication fault is detected. Scroll using the +/- keys until the display shows: COM.FAULT X To reset it press ENTER , the LED display shows: RESET COM.FAULT? press ENTER to reset and return to the upper menu level by pressing CLEAR for a few seconds. 9.2.4.4. View Errors For every error generated by the m achine, the error history log records the information in the table below: • Counter; • Error Code; • Voltage when the error occurred; • Current * 10 when the error occurred; • Speed km/h when the error occurred. The correspondence between error codes and descriptions is given in the table below: Error code Error number Description OH 1 Overheating of the heat sinks of the AT drive and of the PFC. OC 2 Overcurrent, even if only transient, on the inverter output. UU 3 Undervoltage condition, due to an even transient drop in line voltage. OU 4 Overvoltage. PE 6 EEPROM error. Is generated when there is an error detected in the data stored on the EEprom. EdC1 7 Elevation motor encoder error. OtM 9 AC motor thermal cutout open. Oli 10 Inverter overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the maximum allowed time (I 2 t), the maximum permissible threshold for the inverter. OLm 11 Motor overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the maximum allowed time (I 2 t), the maximum permissible threshold for the motor in question.

95. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.1 9. MACHINE CONFIGURATION 9.1. USER MENU CONFIGURATION The machine configuration procedure is invoked by simultaneously pressing the keys ENTER , ↑ , CLEAR when the machine is in standby mode. The following prompt appears on the LED display: ENTER PASSWORD: To access the procedure, insert the password 2406 and press ENTER to confirm. To enter the password without the numeric keypad, enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. At this point the machine display begins showing the current configuration, structured as in the diagram below: USER MENU Language MAX time Distance Pause time Default age Default weight TGS Custom mess. Up/Down Keys HR User detect Default config. Default time SN Format P&P Default calories Default distance Ready2Run 9.1.1. L ANGUAGE After selecting a language from the list of those available, all messages subsequently displayed by the machine will be in the chosen language. To ch ange the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current setting:

66. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.30 Is the transmitter alway s within the 80 cm range f rom the HS/cardio receiv e NO Reposition the transmitter wit hin range YES Replace the HS/cardio receiv er board A Is the transmitter in good working order? Use a correctly f unctioning transmitter YES NO 5 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly di agnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the earthing of the machine using a test er to measure the resistance between the ground pin on the power supply cable and the ground node to which the receiver is connected inside the display. The value must be less than 1 Ohm. (2) In the table below , the minimum distances at which machines should be installed to avoid crosstalk problems. DISTANCE CASING-CASING machine 2 machine 2 machine 2 machine 2 Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run 10 20 10 50 50 40 10 10 10 10 40 10 DISTANCE RECEIVER-RECEIVER machine 2 machine 2 machine 2 machine 2 Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run Bike Recline Run 195 205 230 115 115 130 130 130 170 225 285 300 R U N 2 R U N 2 RUN 2 RUN 2

39. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.3 The tests are divided into two groups: Automatic and Manual. The machine prompts for a choice immediately upon accessing the troubleshooting menu. 6.1.1. A UTOMATIC T ESTS The tests grouped under this section conduct checks on the machine’s operation in a fully automatic manner. After selecting the desired test using the + and – speed keys, press ENTER to initiate the test and then await the result. Press ENTER again to continue, or press the CLEAR key for a few seconds to return to the higher menu level. The various tests are described below. 6.1.1.1. I2C Device Test The I2C Device test checks the com munication fo llowing the 32K and 256K memories. The test can have two outcomes: • “Test Successful, press Enter to continue”: Signifies that data packets were successfully transmitted and received toward the display board. • “EEPROM Error, press Enter to continue” : Signifies that the display board has communication problems with the memories. 6.1.1.2. UpDown Test The UpDown test checks whether the num ber of pulses output by the encoder corresponds to the values of the UpDown table stored in the low k it. During the test, the machine incline is moved from 0 to 15% and then back to 0. Each inclin e position is converted into a number of pulses and compared with the value in the UpDown table. Two messages appear during the test: - “Incline =15%”: This message appears during the upward movement, when the machine incline reaches 15%. - “Incline =3%”: This message appears during the downward movement, when the machine incline reaches 3%. The test can have two outcomes: • “DC Error (Up/Down), press Enter to continue”: The message indicates that the values do not correspond. The specific message (Up or Down ) indicates whether the error occurred during the upward (Up) or downward (Down) movement of the test. • “Test Successful, press Enter to continue”: This message indicates that the test was completed without errors. 6.1.1.3. Inverter Test The inverter test checks the condition of the AT driver. The test can have two outcom es: • “Test Successful, press Enter to continue”: This means that the test was completed successfully and the inverter is not in an error condition. • “Inverter Error, press Enter to continue”: This means that the test was not completed successfully, i.e. that the serial link is inactive and/or the inverter is in an error condition.

16. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.6 2.7. WIRING TRM-32: TGS Cable Display Board – TGS reader Display Board CN3 Signal Color TGS reader CN1 1 +12 Vdc power supply Yellow 1 3 Rx White 8 5 Tx Green 7 9 Gnd Brown 3 CU133: Cable connecting upper and lower assemblies Display board – AT driver board Display Board CN7 Signal Color AT driver board J3 or J4 1 Gnd +12 Vdc Black J3 – pin 2 2 Not connected - - 3 485 Tx/Rx + White/brown J4 – pin 7 4 485 Tx/Rx - Brown J4 – pin 8 5 +12 Vdc Red J3 – pin 6 6 Digital Gnd Light orange J4 – pin 6 7 Emergency Orange J3 – pin 9 8 Reset Purple J3 – pin 10 ATTENTION : The pins 1-2-3-4-5 on the J4 connector are engaged by cables not connected anywhere. The pins 3-4, 3-12, 6-11 and 7-8 are short-circuited each other. CU135: HS / cardio receiver board cable Display board - HS / cardio receiver board Display Board CN9 Signal Color HS / receiver board HD4 1 +5 Vdc power supply Brown 2 4 Pulse out White 3 5 Reference Green 1

46. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 6.10 6.4. “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY This error message can be caused by: • loss of communication between the lower and upper assemblies; • the AT driver has detected an error condition, cau sing it to generate an alarm and store the error code in memory. • problem on the emergency button. To optimize the troubleshooting procedure, follow the steps below: 1. Access the item “ TROUBLESHOOTING Æ AUTOMATIC TEST Æ SERIAL PORTS TEST Æ Low Kit COM Test ”. If the outcome of the test is negative, check the components of the link between the upper and lower kit, in particular: • check that the wiring of the cab le (CU133) is not damaged, in particular the cables of the “emergency signal” and of the “reset” by referring to paragraph 2.7. “ Wiring”, using the Test Box Excite. • try replacing each of the circuit boards in turn (display board or AT driver board) and check whether the com munication works. If the outcome of the test is OK move on to step 2. 2. Access the item “ TROUBLESHOOTING Æ AUTOMATIC TEST Æ Inverter Test ”. If the outcome of the test is negative, check the error code stored in the “ ERRORS LOG ” and perform the corresponding troubleshooting procedure, if the outcome is OK advance to step 3. 3. The machine lockout problem has to do with the handling of the emergency signal: • check that the emergency button is not pressed; • check that the cord, linked to the emergency button, is not to taut so that it keep the emergency button contact open; • check that all the cables linked to the emerge ncy device management are properly connected and in a good state of wear. WARNING: if the display board detects an error condition during the tread belt motor movement, it displays the error message and turns off the AC motor by the AT driver.

24. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 3.4 > it supplies the tread belt motor with a variab le-frequency sinusoidal voltage: varying the frequency varies the speed of rotation of the mo tor, and consequently the speed of the tread belt; > it exchanges, over the RS-485 serial link to the display board, the error signals pertaining to the tread belt and elevation motors; > it exchanges, over the RS-485 serial link to the display board, the commands for viewing and configuring the inverter parameters; > it exchanges, over the RS-485 serial link to the display board, the commands for viewing the errors logged by the inverter. • Receives the mains voltage at its inputs and outputs the DC supply voltages for the machine circuit boards listed below: Supply voltage Connector Description +24 Vdc XU1 Power supply for the fans of the electrical box +5 Vdc XU1 Power supply for elevation motor encoder +12 Vdc XU2 Power supply for display The board includes the following indicator LEDs: LED name Color Description H2 green +5 Vdc H3 green +12 Vdc H4 green +24 Vdc H5 red 400 Vdc It contains: • The AT driver board • The AT power supply board • 2 fans • A breaking resistor 3.1.8.1. AT driver board It is the upper board of the assem bly and it is the heart of the driver: it does everything was described above for the AT driver except the f unction of the AT power supply board described below. In details: • It receives the line voltage and, through a PFC m odule, it rectifies the voltage to the 400 Vdc used to generate the 3 phase voltage for the belt motor and to power up the AT power supply board. • Internally it houses an inverter to control the belt motor; • Internally it houses a DC driver to control the elevation motor.

100. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.6 9.1.14. E NABLE UP / DOWN MOTOR This parameter enables or disables use of the m achine incline. To change the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: UP-DOWN: xxx Press the +/- GOAL keys to select the desired option out of those listed in the table below: U P -D OWN ENABLED <default> DISABLED Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or previous parameter. 9.1.15. R ESETTING PARAMETERS TO DEFAULT VALUES It is possible to reset the user menu parameters to their default values. To select the function, when the LED matrix shows: DEFAULT CONFIG. Press ENTER to confirm the operation, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. If the ENTER key is pressed the LED matrix will show: CONFIRM ? press ENTER to confirm, or cancel by pressing the CLEAR key for a few seconds. 9.1.16. F ORMAT P&P This function formats a TGS key for Plug&Play mode operation. To select the function, when the LED matrix shows: FORMAT P&P Press ENTER to confirm the operation, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. At the end of the format procedure, hold down the CLEAR key for a few seconds to exit. The CLEAR key can be pressed at any time to interrupt the procedure and revert to standby mode. 9.1.17. U SER D ETECT This function is able to detect the presence of a user running on the tread belt during an exercise session. It is possible to configure a minimum speed at which the machine will determine that the user has stopped running on the treadmill, and interrupt the exercise session if the condition persists for one minute. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current duration: USER DETECT: xxx

99. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.5 9.1.11. E NABLE KEYBOARD It is possible to disable the keyboard so that the machine can only be used with the TGS. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current one: KEYS: xxx Press the +/- GOAL keys to select the desired option out of those listed in the table below: K EYS ENABLED <default> DISABLED Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. 9.1.12. M ODIFIABLE TARGET HEART RATE It is possible to enable or disable modification of the target heart rate during a constant heart rate exercise. To change the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current value: HR: xxx Press the +/- GOAL number keys to select the desired option out of those listed in the table below: HR MODIFIABLE < default> NOT MODIFIABLE Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. 9.1.13. E NABLE CUSTOM MESSAGES It is possible to configure whether a custom me ssage is displayed when the machine is in the standby state. To change the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: CUSTOM MESS. : xxx Press the +/- GOAL number keys to select the desired option out of those listed in the table below: CUSTOM MESS. YES <default> NO Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter.

121. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 10.5 10.4.4. C HECKING THE WEAR AND LUBRICATION OF THE TREAD BELT AND RUNNING DECK 1. Disassemble the rear and driving rollers, the running deck and the tread belt. 2. Check the state of wear of both the running deck and the tread belt. Replace if there are evident signs of wear. 3. Using a clean cloth, wipe the entire surface of the running deck and the underside of the tread belt. WARNING: NOT lubricate. 4. After reassembling the machine, start walking on it at a speed of approximately 3 km/h, being careful to tread on the full width of the belt so as to distribute the oil over its entire surface. 10.4.5. C HECKING THE WEAR OF THE DRIVING ROLLER 1. With the rear and driving rollers, running deck and tread belt disassembled, check the state of wear of the driving roller. Replace if there are evident signs of wear. 2. With the machine in motion, check the noisine ss of the bearings. Re place in the event of excessive noise. 10.4.6. C HECKING THE WEAR OF THE REAR ROLLER 1. With the front and rear rollers, running deck and tread belt disassembled, check the state of wear of the rear roller. Replace if there are evident signs of wear. 2. With the machine in motion, check the noisiness of the bearings. Replace in the event of excessive noise. 10.4.7. C HECKING THE SHOCK ABSORBERS 1. With the front and rear rollers, running deck a nd tread belt disassembled, check the condition of the shock absorbers on either side of the runni ng deck. Replace if they are cracked or show signs of breakage. 10.4.8. C HECKING THE TREAD BELT MOTOR DRIVE - BELT 1. Turn off the machine by placing the switch in position 0 (OFF). 2. Unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 3. Open the motor guard. 4. Check the state of wear of th e tread belt motor drive-belt, turning it by hand using the motor flywheel. Replace if there are evident signs of wear. 10.4.9. C HECKING AND CENTERING THE TREAD BELT 1. With the machine stopped, check the tension over the entire surface of the tread belt, turning it by hand. If any anomalies are found, call in an authorized Technogym service technician. 2. With the machine moving at a speed of approxima tely 10 km/h, check the cantering of the tread belt. If any anomalies are found, call in an aut horized Technogym service technician or make the adjustment.

18. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.8 TRM-06: Belt motor cable AT driver board - Motor AT driver board J5 Signal Color Motor 1 U Black 1 2 V Black 2 3 W Black 3 4 thermal cutout + Black 4 5 thermal cutout - Black 5 6 GND Black 6 internally connected cable TRM-08: Elevation motor cable AT driver board – Elevation motor AT driver board J7 Signal Color Elevation motor 1 Motor - Black 2 Motor + Black 4 Gnd Black 5 +5 Vdc power supply for encoder Red 6 Pulses White internally connected cable TRM-54: Limit switch cable AT driver board – Limit switch AT driver board J8 Signal Color Limit switch 3 Contact White COM 8 Reference Brown NC EAM2068: AT Driver board connecting cable AT Power supply board – AT driver board AT Power supply board XU2 Signal Color AT driver board XU2 1 +12 Vdc power supply Blue 1 2 Gnd +12 Vdc Blue 2 3 + Sensing +5 Vdc Blue 3 4 - Sensing +5 Vdc Blue 4 5 +5 Vdc power supply Blue 5 6 Gnd +5 Vdc Blue 6

17. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.7 CU136: Sensor Cable Hand Sensor Board - Sensors HS/receiver board Sensors HD3&2 Signal Color RH LH 1 Right sensor signal Yellow up - 2 Sensor signal reference White down - 4 Left sensor signal Brown - up 5 Sensor signal reference Green - down CU137: Ready to Run board cable Display board – Ready to Run board. Display board CN1 Signal Color Ready to Run board 1 +5 Vdc power supply Brown 1 4 Reference White 2 CU138: Emergency button cable Display board – Microswitch Display board CN8 Signal Color Micro Micro 1 Emergency Brown C - 2 Reference White - C - Bridge Black NC NC CU143: High voltage cable Power supply box – AT driver box Filter board Signal Color AT driver board OUT1 Neutral Brown 1 OUT2 Line Blue 2 TRM-05: Motor compartment fan cable AT driver board - Fan ATmain board J2 Signal Color Fan 1 24 Vdc power supply Red 2 Gnd Black internally connected cable

98. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.4 9.1.8. D EFAULT CALORIES It is possible to set the calories for every exerci se, with values ranging from 10 to 999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: DEFAULT CALORIES : xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 300. 9.1.9. D EFAULT DISTANCE It is possible to set the distance for every exerci se in Km, with values ranging from 1 to 999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: DEFAULT DISTANCE : KM xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 10. 9.1.10. E NABLE TGS It is possible to enable or disable the use of th e TGS reader. To change the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: TGS: xxx Press the +/- GOAL keys to select the desired option from those listed in the table below: TGS ENABLED <default> DISABLED Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter.

97. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.3 9.1.5. D EFAULT AGE It is possible to set the default age for a generic user, with values ranging from 10 to 99. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: DEFAULT AGE : xx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 30. 9.1.6. D EFAULT WEIGHT It is possible to set the default weight of a gene ric user in KG, with values ranging from 10 to 999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: DEFAULT WEIGHT : KG xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 70. 9.1.7. D EFAULT TIME It is possible to set the default duration of the exercise in minutes, with values ranging from 10 to 999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current time: DEFAULT TIME : MIN. xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 15.

96. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.2 LANGUAGE : xxx Press the +/- GOAL keys to select the desired language from the options available. Press ENTER to confirm the choice, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or previous parameter. 9.1.2. D ISTANCE It is possible to choose between EUROPEAN units (kg and km) or IMPERIAL units (pounds and miles). To change the selection, when the LED matrix shows the current setting: DISTANCE : xxx Press the +/- GOAL keys to select the desired unit of m easurement from the options listed in the table below: D ISTANCE KM <default> MLS Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. 9.1.3. M AXIMUM EXERCISE TIME It is possible to set a maximum duration for the ex ercise in minutes, with values ranging from 1 to 9999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current maximum time limit: MAX TIME: xxx Press the ENTER key to modify the parameter: when the current value of the parameter starts to blink, press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and th en enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the selection, use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 9999. 9.1.4. P AUSE TIME It is possible to set a maximum duration of the pa use for every exercise in seconds, with values ranging from 10 to 999. To change the setting, when the LED matrix shows the current maximum pause time: PAUSE TIME : xxx Press the ENTER key to change the parameter: the curre nt value of the parameter will start to blink, at this point press the CLEAR key to erase the current value and then enter one digit at a time using the ↑ and ↓ keys to change the value and the +/- GOAL keys to scroll to the next character. Press ENTER to confirm the changes made, and use the + or – speed keys to move to the next or preceding parameter. The default value of this parameter is 60.

11. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.1 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS 2.1. PRODUCT CODES The machine codes take into account all the possibl e variants and options available for the products. The machine code, which does not include the Serial Number, consists of 16 alphanumeric characters arranged as follows: Characters description key to values 1,2 Machine type: Excite D4 3,4 Product version 43 = Jog Excite 700 5 Type of power supply E = European driver 6 Type of display L = LED display 7 Device for downloading data used by the Wellness System N = not available T = TGS 8, 9 Color of the frame AL = aluminium 10, 11 Color of the paddings 00 = none 12 Color of the guards 0 = none 13 Type of TV model 0 = none 14,15 Language BR = portoguese CN = chinese DE = german ES = spanish FR = franch IT = italian JP = japanese NL = dutch RU = russian UK = british english US = american english 16 Type of packaging I = Italy E = international (standard) S = international (overseas) 0 = none The above coding is used fo r the entire Excite line. For this reason, options not relevant to the Jog machine have also been included. For example, a possible product code would be: D443ELNAL0000UKE which is interpreted as follows:

6. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page ii 6. TROUBLESHOOT ING .......................................................................................................................................... 6.1 6.1. T ROUBLESHOOTING SERVICE MENU ................................................................................................................. 6.2 6.1.1. Automatic Tests................................................................................................................ ................. 6.3 6.1.1.1. I2C Devi ce Test................................................................................................................ ............................................. 6.3 6.1.1.2. UpDown Test .................................................................................................................... ............................................ 6.3 6.1.1.3. Inverter Test .................................................................................................................. ................................................ 6.3 6.1.1.4. LED Test ....................................................................................................................... ................................................ 6.4 6.1.1.5. Serial Po rts Test.............................................................................................................. ............................................... 6.4 6.1.2. Manual Test ...................................................................................................................................... 6.4 6.1.2.1. Man. Keyboard Test ............................................................................................................. ......................................... 6.4 6.2. T HE DISPLAY FAILS TO ILLUMINATE ................................................................................................................. 6.5 6.3. “PRESS A KEY” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY .................................................................................................. 6.9 6.4. “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY ................................................................. 6.10 6.5. AT DRIVER ERROR ............................................................................................................................... .......... 6.11 6.5.1. Error OH ........................................................................................................................................ 6.13 6.5.2. Errors OC - OLi - OLm - Ot - OCH - MST - SHC ......................................................................... 6.14 6.5.3. Error UU ........................................................................................................................................ 6.15 6.5.4. Error OU ........................................................................................................................................ 6.16 6.5.5. Error OtM...................................................................................................................... ................. 6.17 6.5.6. Error OLr ....................................................................................................................................... 6.18 6.5.7. Error PE ....................................................................................................................... .................. 6.19 6.5.8. Error EM ....................................................................................................................... ................. 6.20 6.6. T READ BELT MOTOR IS JERKING ..................................................................................................................... 6.21 6.7. “GRADIENT NOT WORKING” MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY ....................................................................... 6.22 6.8. T HE MACHINE DOES NOT READ THE TGS ......................................................................................................... 6.24 6.9. T HERE IS NO HEART RATE SIGNAL .................................................................................................................. 6.26 6.9.1. Telemetric r eceiver HFU ........................................................................................................ ........ 6.26 6.9.2. Hand sensor.................................................................................................................... ................ 6.27 6.10. T HE TELEMETRIC HR SIGNAL IS INCORRECT ................................................................................................... 6.29 7. DISASSEMBLY OF COMPONENTS...................................................................................................... ............. 7.1 7.1. D ISASSEMBLING THE DISPLAY ......................................................................................................................... 7.1 7.2. D ISASSEMBLING THE CIRCUIT BOARDS OF THE DISPLAY .................................................................................. 7.2 7.3. D ISASSEMBLING THE KEYBOARD ..................................................................................................................... 7.3 7.4. D ISASSEMBLING THE EMERGENCY BUTTON ..................................................................................................... 7.4 7.5. D ISASSEMBLING THE CARDIO RECEIVER / HAND SENSOR BOARD ....................................................................... 7.5 7.6. D ISASSEMBLING THE SENSORS ......................................................................................................................... 7.7 7.7. D ISASSEMBLING THE R EADY TO R UN BOARD .................................................................................................. 7.8 7.8. S MONTAGGIO MANIGLIONI .............................................................................................................................. 7.9 7.9. D ISASSEMBLING THE MOTOR GUARD ............................................................................................................. 7.10 7.10. D ISASSEMBLING THE MOTOR COMPARTMENT FAN ......................................................................................... 7.11 7.11. D ISASSEMBLING THE LIMIT SWITCH ............................................................................................................... 7.12 7.12. D ISASSEMBLING THE ELECTRICAL BOX .......................................................................................................... 7.13 7.13. D ISASSEMBLING THE ELECTRONICS BOARDS ................................................................................................. 7.14 7.14. D ISASSEMBLING THE POWER SUPPLY BOX ..................................................................................................... 7.16 7.15. D ISASSEMBLING THE TREAD BELT MOTOR ..................................................................................................... 7.17 7.16. D ISASSEMBLING THE ELEVATION MOTOR ...................................................................................................... 7.18 7.17. D ISASSEMBLING THE TREAD BELT GROUP ...................................................................................................... 7.19 8. ADJUSTMENTS.................................................................................................................... .................................. 8.1 8.1. T ENSIONING A NEW TREAD BELT ..................................................................................................................... 8.1 8.2. T ENSIONING A USED TREAD BELT .................................................................................................................... 8.2 8.3. C ENTERING THE TREAD BELT ........................................................................................................................... 8.3 8.4. P OSITION OF THE LIMIT SWITCH ....................................................................................................................... 8.4 9. MACHINE CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................... .................. 9.1 9.1. U SER MENU CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................... 9.1 9.1.1. Language .......................................................................................................................................... 9.1 9.1.2. Distance ....................................................................................................................... ..................... 9.2

12. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 2.2 D4 43 E L N AL 00 0 0 UK E standard international packing British English language no TV model guard color no paddings aluminum frame color Not interfaced to TGS key reader LED display European driver Jog 700 model Excite 2.2. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS. V ERSION 700 Mains voltage 180-260 Vac Frequency 50-60 Hz Consumption 2200 W Speed 0.8-18 Km/h 0.5-12 mph Incline 0-15 % Fast track control NO Hand sensor YES Cardio receiver HFU Ready to Run YES Calorie coach YES Runner Detection YES Training programs Quick Start Goal (Time, Distance, Calorie) 6 profiles CPR Test C HARACTERISTIC Test functions Fitness test

112. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.18 MENU –D– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value D-121 18 Exp term inp 0 D-952 52 SW version 1\2 80h D-122 19 Exp Vir dig inp stat 0 D-953 53 power ident code 0h D-150 20 Dig out status 0 D-954 54 param ident code 0h D-151 21 Drv dig out sta 0 D-955 55 regul ident code 3/8h D-152 22 Vir dig out sta 0 D-956 56 Startup id code 0h D-170 23 Exp Dig out status 0 D-957 71 Drive type 2 D-171 24 Exp Drv dig out sta 0 D-999 99 Display test - D-172 25 Exp Vir dig out sta 0 MENU –F– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value F-0 300 Motorpot ref 0 F-110 321 Frequency ref 10 0 F-10 301 Acc/Dec time mp 50 F-111 322 Frequency ref 11 0 F-11 302 Motorpot offset 0 F-112 323 Frequency ref 12 0 F-12 303 Mp output mode 0 F-113 324 Frequency ref 13 0 F-13 304 Mp auto save 1 F-114 325 Frequency ref 14 0 F-20 305 Max ref freq 1150 F-115 326 Frequency ref 15 0 F-21 306 Min ref freq 0 F-116 327 Jog frequency 10 F-50 307 Ref 1 channel 8 F-200 328 Ramp resolution 0 F-51 308 Ref 2 channel 0 F-201 329 Acc time 1 3000 F-60 309 MltFrq channel 1 3 F-202 330 Dec time 1 3000 F-61 310 MltFrq channel 2 3 F-203 331 Acc time 2 50 F-100 311 Frequency ref 0 0 F-204 332 Dec time 2 50 F-101 312 Frequency ref 1 0 F-205 333 Acc time 3 50 F-102 313 Frequency ref 2 0 F-206 334 Dec time 3 / FS 50 F-103 314 Frequency ref 3 0 F-207 335 Acc time 4 / Jog 50 F-104 315 Frequency ref 4 0 F-208 336 Dec time 4 / Jog 50 F-105 316 Frequency ref 5 0 F-250 337 Ramp S-shape 0 F-106 317 Frequency ref 6 0 F-260 338 Ramp extens src 0 F-107 318 Frequency ref 7 0 F-270 339 Jump amplitude 0 F-108 319 Frequency ref 8 0 F-271 340 Jump frequency 1 0 F-109 320 Frequency ref 9 0 F-272 341 Jump frequency 2 0 MENU –I– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value I-0 100 Dig input 1 cfg 1 I-313 140 An out 2 filter 0 I-1 101 Dig input 2 cfg 0 I-350 141 Exp an out 1 cfg 0 I-2 102 Dig input 3 cfg 0 I-351 142 Exp AnOut 1 offs 0 I-3 103 Dig input 4 cfg 0 I-352 143 Exp AnOut 1 gain 100 I-4 104 Dig input 5 cfg 0 I-353 144 Exp AnOut 1 filt 0 I-5 105 Dig input 6 cfg 0 I-400 145 Inp by serial en 0 I-6 106 Dig input 7 cfg 0 I-410 146 Exp in by ser en 0 I-7 107 Dig input 8 cfg 0 I-420 147 Out by serial en 0 I-50 108 Exp dig in 1 cfg 0 I-430 148 Exp OutBySer en 0 I-51 109 Exp dig in 2 cfg 0 I-450 149 An out by ser en 0 I-52 110 Exp dig in 3 cfg 0 I-500 150 Encoder enable 1 I-53 111 Exp dig in 4 cfg 0 I-501 151 Encoder ppr 720 I-100 112 Dig output 1 cfg 48 I-502 152 Enc channels cfg 1 I-101 113 Dig output 2 cfg 48 I-503 153 Enc spd mul fact 100 I-102 114 Dig output 3 cfg 48 I-504 154 Enc update time 0 I-103 115 Dig output 4 cfg 48 I-600 155 Serial link cfg 6 I-150 116 Exp DigOut 1 cfg 48 I-601 156 Serial link bps 4 I-151 117 Exp DigOut 2 cfg 48 I-602 157 Device address 1 I-200 118 An in 1 Type 1 I-603 158 Ser answer delay 1 I-201 119 An in 1 offset 0 I-604 159 Serial timeout 0 I-202 120 An in 1 gain 100 I-605 160 En timeout alm 1 I-203 121 An in 1 minimum 0 I-700 161 Option 1 type 0 I-204 122 An in 1 filter 1 I-701 162 Option 2 type 0

111. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.17 MENU –A– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value PID mode (700/900) 1 A-59 1218PID min neg err 50 A-0 1200 PID mode (500) 0 A-100 1219Set Linear speed 0 A-1 1201PID ref sel 5 A-101 1220Set Acc Dec 100 A-2 1202PID fbk sel 4 A-102 1221Set Incline ref 0 A-3 1203PID digital ref 0 A-105 1222Def Linear speed 8 A-4 1204PID activat mode 0 A-106 1223Def Acc Dec 100 A-5 1205PID-Encoder sync 1 A-107 1224Def Incline ref 0 A-6 1206PID err sign rev 0 A-110 1225Pulley Ratio 200 A-7 1207PID Integ init en 0 A-111 1226Roller Diameter 91 A-8 1208PID update time 0 A-50 1209PID Prop gain 1 7 A-115 1227 DCMot EncTimeout ( AT driver SW ≥ 2.07 ) 15 A-51 1210PID Int tconst 1 150 A-116 1228Fan command dly 30 A-52 1211PID Deriv gain 1 0 50 A-53 1212PID Prop gain 2 0 A-117 1229ACMot EncToller 0(OFF) A-54 1213PID Int tconst 2 9999 A-118 1230Check RunnerBand 10 A-55 1214PID Deriv gain 2 0 A-119 1231Check RunnerSpd 50 A-56 1215PID high limit 80 A-120 1232Curr clamp thr 200 A-57 1216PID low limit -80 A-121 1233Check RunnerDly 60 A-58 1217PID max pos err 50 MENU –C– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value C-0 800 Save parameters 0 C-41 805 Save pars to key 0 C-1 801 Recall param 0 C-100 806 Measure stator R 0 C-2 802 Load default 0 C-200 807 Reset AC Flag 0 C-20 803 Alarm clear 0 C-201 808 Reset DC Flag 0 C-40 804 Recall key prog 0 MENU –D– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value D-0 1 Output frequency 0 D-200 26 An in 1 cnf mon 0 D-1 2 Frequency ref 0 D-201 27 An in 1 monitor 0 D-2 3 Output current 0 D-202 28 An in 1 term mon 0 D-3 4 Output voltage 0 D-210 29 An in 2 cnf mon 0 D-4 5 DC link voltage 400 D-211 30 An in 2 monitor 0 D-5 6 Power factor 100 D-212 31 An in 2 term mon 0 D-6 7 Power [kW] 0 D-220 32 An in 3 cnf mon 0 D-7 8 Output speed 0 D-221 33 An in 3 monitor 0 D-8 9 Speed ref 0 D-222 34 An in 3 term mon 0 D-20 57 Actual speed 0 D-300 35 EncPulse/Sample 0 D-21 58 Actual incline user 0 D-301 36 Encoder freq 0 D-22 59 Actual ENC1 pos 0 D-302 37 Encoder speed 0 D-23 60 Crossed distance 0 D-350 38 Option 1 state 0 D-24 61 Reserved - D-351 39 Option 2 state 0 D-25 62 Flag status 0 D-352 40 Par port state 0 D-26 63 Actual ENC2 pos 0 D-400 41 PID reference 0 D-27 64 Actual speed from Fenc 0 D-401 42 PID feedback 0 D-30 70 Reserved - D-402 43 PID error 0 D-50 10 Heatsink temp 0 D-403 44 PID integr comp 0 D-51 11 Drive OL 0 D-404 45 PID output 0 D-52 12 Motor OL 0 D-800 46 Error 1 0 D-53 13 Brake res OL 0 D-801 47 Error 2 0 D-100 14 Dig inp status 0 D-802 48 Error 3 0 D-101 15 Term inp status 0 D-803 49 Error 4 0 D-102 16 Vir dig inp stat 0 D-950 50 Drive rated cur 100 D-120 17 Exp dig inp stat 0 D-951 51 SW version 1\2 200h

113. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page 9.19 MENU –I– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value I-210 123 An in 2 Type 1 I-750 163 SBI address 3 I-211 124 An in 2 offset 0 I-751 164 CAN baudrate 0 I-212 125 An in 2 gain 100 I-752 165 SBI Profibus mod 2 I-213 126 An in 2 minimum 0 I-753 166 SBI CAN mode 0 I-214 127 An in 2 filter 1 I-760 167 SBI to Drv W 0 0 I-220 128 An in 3 Type 1 I-761 168 SBI to Drv W 1 0 I-221 129 An in 3 offset 0 I-762 169 SBI to Drv W 2 0 I-222 130 An in 3 gain 100 I-763 170 SBI to Drv W 3 0 I-223 131 An in 3 minimum 0 I-764 171 SBI to Drv W 4 0 I-224 132 An in 3 filter 1 I-765 172 SBI to Drv W 5 0 I-300 133 Analog out 1 cfg 0 I-770 173 Drv to SBI W 0 1 I-301 134 An out 1 offset 0 I-771 174 Drv to SBI W 1 2 I-302 135 An out 1 gain 100 I-772 175 Drv to SBI W 2 3 I-303 136 An out 1 filter 0 I-773 176 Drv to SBI W 3 4 I-310 137 Analog out 2 cfg 2 I-774 177 Drv to SBI W 4 5 I-311 138 An out 2 offset 0 I-775 178 Drv to SBI W 5 6 I-312 139 An out 2 gain 100 MENU –P– Par. Address Description Value Par. Address Description Value P-0 400 Cmd source sel 3 P-281 446 Brake res value 150 P-1 401 RUN input config 0 P-282 447 Brake res power 5 P-2 402 Reversal enable 1 P-283 448 Br res thermal K 160 P-3 403 Safety 1 P-300 449 DC braking level 0 P-20 404 Mains voltage 220 P-301 450 DCB lev fac src 0 P-21 405 Mains frequency 60 P-302 451 DC braking freq 0 P-40 406 Motor rated curr 70 P-303 452 DC braking start 0 P-41 407 Motor pole pairs 2 P-304 453 DC braking stop 0 P-42 408 Motor power fact 78 P-320 454 Autocapture mode 0 P-43 409 Motor stator R 100 P-321 456 Autocapture Ilim 120 P-44 410 Motor cooling 1 P-322 457 Demagnetiz time 8 P-45 411 Motor thermal K 30 P-323 458 Autocap f scan 10 P-60 412 V/f shape 1 P-324 459 Autocap V scan 2 P-61 413 Max out voltage 230 P-325 460 Enc for FlyRes 0 P-62 414 Base frequency 600 P-326 461 Fre for FlyRes 0 P-63 415 V/f interm volt 115 P-340 462 Undervoltage thr 50 P-64 416 V/f interm freq 300 P-341 463 Max pwrloss time 0 P-80 417 Max output freq 100 P-342 464 UV alarm storage 1 P-81 418 Min output freq 0 P-360 465 OV prevention 0 P-100 419 Slip compensate 90 P-380 466 Autoreset attmps 0 P-101 420 Slip comp filter 3 P-381 467 Autoreset clear 10 P-120 421 Manual boost [%] 50 P-382 468 Autoreset delay 50 P-121 422 Boost factor src 0 P-383 469 Autores flt rly 1 P-122 423 Auto boost en 1 P-400 470 Ext fault mode 0 P-140 424 Magn curr gain 30 P-420 471 Volt reduc mode 0 P-160 425 Osc damping gain 10 P-421 472 V reduction fact 100 P-180 426 SW clamp enable 1 P-422 473 V fact mult src 0 P-200 427 Ramp CurLim mode 0 P-440 474 Frequency thr 1 0 P-201 428 Curr lim in ramp 170 P-441 475 Freq prog 1 hyst 5 P-202 429 En lim in steady 0 P-442 476 Frequency thr 2 0 P-203 430 Curr lim steady - P-443 477 Freq prog 2 hyst 5 P-204 431 Curr ctrl P-gain - P-460 478 Const speed tol 5 P-205 432 Curr ctrl I-gain - P-461 479 Const speed dl 1 P-206 433 Curr ctr feedfwd - P-480 480 Heatsnk temp lev 70 P-220 434 En DC link ctrl - P-481 481 Heatsnk temp hys 5 P-221 435 DC-lnk ctr Pgain - P-500 482 Switching freq 9 P-222 436 DC-lnk ctr Igain - P-501 483 Sw freq reduc en 0 P-223 437 DC-link ctr FF - P-520 484 Overmod max lev 0

5. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page i Contents 1. GENERAL NOTICES................................................................................................................ ............................. 1.1 1.1. I NTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... ................. 1.1 1.2. R ECOMMENDATIONS ............................................................................................................................... ........ 1.1 1.3. G ENERAL RULES FOR REPAIR PROCEDURES ...................................................................................................... 1.2 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS...................................................................................................... .............. 2.1 2.1. P RODUCT CODES ............................................................................................................................... ............... 2.1 2.2. F EATURES AND FUNCTIONS . ............................................................................................................................ 2.2 2.3. M ECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS ..................................................................................................................... 2.3 2.4. C ONFORMITY REGULATIONS ............................................................................................................................ 2.3 2.5. A MBIENT SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 2.3 2.6. W IRING DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................... ............. 2.4 2.6.1. Lower assembly ................................................................................................................. ............... 2.4 2.6.2. Upper assembly: LED ARM version................................................................................................ . 2.5 2.7. W IRING ............................................................................................................................... ............................. 2.6 3. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION........................................................................................................ .................... 3.1 3.1. B LOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................... .............. 3.1 3.1.1. Display board .................................................................................................................. ................. 3.2 3.1.2. TGS reader ....................................................................................................................................... 3.2 3.1.3. HS / cardio receiver board ..................................................................................................... .......... 3.2 3.1.4. Emergency switch ............................................................................................................... .............. 3.3 3.1.5. Belt motor ..................................................................................................................... .................... 3.3 3.1.6. Elevation motor ................................................................................................................ ................ 3.3 3.1.7. Limit sw itch................................................................................................................... .................... 3.3 3.1.8. AT driver...................................................................................................................... ..................... 3.3 3.1.8.1. AT driver board ................................................................................................................ ............................................. 3.4 3.1.8.2. AT power s upply boa rd................................................................................................................................................. 3.5 3.1.8.3. Fans................................................................................................................................................................................ 3.5 3.1.8.4. Breaking re sistor .............................................................................................................. ............................................. 3.5 3.1.9. Power supply box............................................................................................................... ............... 3.5 3.2. T READ BELT MOTOR DRIVE .............................................................................................................................. 3.6 3.2.1. Mechanics ...................................................................................................................... ................... 3.6 3.2.2. Controls ....................................................................................................................... ..................... 3.6 3.2.3. The signals involved ........................................................................................................... .............. 3.7 3.3. E LEVATION MOTOR DRIVE ............................................................................................................................... 3.8 3.3.1. Mechanics ...................................................................................................................... ................... 3.8 3.3.2. Control.............................................................................................................................................. 3.8 3.3.3. The reset pr ocedure .......................................................................................................................... 3.9 3.3.4. The signals involved ........................................................................................................... .............. 3.9 3.4. E MERGENCY STOP MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................. 3.11 3.4.1. Control............................................................................................................................................ 3.11 3.4.2. The signals involved ........................................................................................................... ............ 3.12 4. ACCESSORIES .................................................................................................................... ................................... 4.1 4.1. C ARDIO THEATER CONNECTION ....................................................................................................................... 4.1 4.2. PC LINK FOR PROGRAMMING ........................................................................................................................... 4.1 4.3. M ONITOR PLUG FOR CS AFE PORT .................................................................................................................... 4.2 5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................................................... ................ 5.1 5.1. S PECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 5.1 5.2. I NSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................... .................. 5.2 5.3. F IRST POWER - ON ............................................................................................................................... .............. 5.2

7. JOG EXCITE: Service & Maintenance Manual - rev. 1.1 Page iii 9.1.3. Maximum exerci se time .......................................................................................................... .......... 9.2 9.1.4. Pause time ..................................................................................................................... ................... 9.2 9.1.5. Default age .................................................................................................................... ................... 9.3 9.1.6. Default weight................................................................................................................. .................. 9.3 9.1.7. Default time ................................................................................................................... ................... 9.3 9.1.8. Default ca lories ............................................................................................................... ................. 9.4 9.1.9. Default di stance ................................................................................................................................ 9.4 9.1.10. Enable TGS....................................................................................................................................... 9.4 9.1.11. Enable keyboard ................................................................................................................ ............... 9.5 9.1.12. Modifiable target heart rate ................................................................................................... .......... 9.5 9.1.13. Enable custom messages ......................................................................................................... ......... 9.5 9.1.14. Enable up/down motor...................................................................................................................... 9.6 9.1.15. Resetting parameters to default values ......................................................................................... .... 9.6 9.1.16. Format P&P ..................................................................................................................................... 9.6 9.1.17. User Detect .................................................................................................................... ................... 9.6 9.1.18. SN ..................................................................................................................................................... 9.7 9.1.19. Ready2Run........................................................................................................................................ 9.7 9.2. S ERVICE MENU CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................................................... 9.8 9.2.1. Low kit par ameter.............................................................................................................. ............... 9.9 9.2.1.1. Read from low kit.............................................................................................................. ............................................ 9.9 9.2.1.2. Write to low kit............................................................................................................... ............................................... 9.9 9.2.1.3. Default settin g ............................................................................................................................................................... 9.9 9.2.1.4. Table of configuration parameters .............................................................................................. ................................ 9.10 9.2.2. UpDown settings................................................................................................................ ............. 9.10 9.2.2.1. Read from low kit.............................................................................................................. .......................................... 9.11 9.2.2.2. Write to low kit............................................................................................................... ............................................. 9.11 9.2.2.3. Default settin g ............................................................................................................................................................. 9.11 9.2.3. Usage data...................................................................................................................................... 9.12 9.2.3.1. Read from low kit.............................................................................................................. .......................................... 9.12 9.2.3.2. Write to low kit............................................................................................................... ............................................. 9.12 9.2.3.3. Machine us age data ............................................................................................................. ........................................ 9.13 9.2.4. Errors log ..................................................................................................................... .................. 9.13 9.2.4.1. Read from low kit.............................................................................................................. .......................................... 9.13 9.2.4.2. Reset errors................................................................................................................... ............................................... 9.14 9.2.4.3. COM.Fault...................................................................................................................... ............................................. 9.14 9.2.4.4. View Errors ................................................................................................................................................................. 9.14 9.2.5. Standard settings ............................................................................................................................ 9.15 9.2.6. Low kit menu................................................................................................................................... 9.15 9.2.6.1. Low kit version................................................................................................................ ............................................ 9.16 9.2.6.2. Config. registers .............................................................................................................. ............................................ 9.16 9.2.7. High kit version ............................................................................................................... ............... 9.20 9.2.8. BOOT version ................................................................................................................... .............. 9.20 9.2.9. Key Reader Version ............................................................................................................. ........... 9.20 9.3. D RIVER AUTOTUNING ............................................................................................................................... ..... 9.21 9.4. R ECALL PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................... ..... 9.21 9.5. D EFAULT PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................... .. 9.22 10. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................... ............... 10.1 10.1. D AILY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ............................................................................................................... 10.1 10.1.1. Setting up the operation....................................................................................................... ........... 10.1 10.1.2. External cle aning operations.......................................................................................................... 10.1 10.2. W EEKLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ............................................................................................................ 10.2 10.2.1. Checking the “Emergency stop” .................................................................................................. .. 10.2 10.2.2. Complete operation ............................................................................................................. ........... 10.2 10.3. M ONTHLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ......................................................................................................... 10.3 10.3.1. Internal cle aning operations .......................................................................................................... 10.3 10.3.2. Checking the stat e of wear..................................................................................................... ......... 10.3 10.3.3. Checking the operation of th e cardiotest er r eceiver....................................................................... 10.3 10.3.4. Checking the operation of the hand sensor receiver ...................................................................... 10.3 10.4. T WICE - YEARLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ................................................................................................. 10.4 10.4.1. carrying out the monthly maintenance procedure .......................................................................... 10.4 10.4.2. Checking the working conditions................................................................................................ .... 10.4

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