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156. 0SM 00637AA - UK T ECHNOGYM S.p.A. Via Calcinaro, 2861 47521 Cesena (FC) ITALIA Tel.: +39 - 0547 - 56047 Fax: +39 - 0547 - 650150 e - mail: [email protected]

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52. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 5.4 5.6. RECOMMENDED AERIAL A NTENNA REQUIREMENTS All the information about the minimum requirements concerning the antenna signal are detailed in the proper manual “Electrical and antenna requirements” you can find and download into the Technogym Direct.

8. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page iv 12.2. R EQUIRED TOOLS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 12.2

128. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.44 Figur e 7.13 - 3 During reassembly, follow the sequence indicated in the figure at left.

81. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.29 Figure 6 - 1 The active area of the transmitter is wider on the lateral side (130 cm) instead of the front or the back side (90 cm). Take care of the following diagram: Figure 6 - 2

91. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.7 Figur e 7.3 - 7 When reassembling the upper guard, push it in as shown in the figure to eliminate any play between the two guards on either side.

3. The information contained in this manual is intended for QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS who have completed a specific TECHNOGYM training course and are authorized to perform machine start - up and adjustment procedures as well as ex traordinary 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 T HE 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 cont ained 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, reproduced or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Technogym. The Technogym™ trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A. The Run Personal ™ trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A.

74. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.22 Check the SW and the grounding of the Receiv er Board. The problem persists? Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace. A YES NO Check the connecting cable between High Kit and Low Kit. Its OK? OK. 4 NO OK. YES 3

72. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.20 6.14. THERE IS NO HEART RA TE SIGNAL 6.14.1. H AND SENSOR SALUTRON 8500 ( CHEST BELT /HS) . HUMAN BO DY “CONTINUITY”: it’s well known that for somebody it’s very difficult, nearly impossible, to measure their HR using the hand sensors. This due to a lot of possible causes which could fake the “quality” of the contact between the human skin and the HS plat es, as: hands only just washed or particularly dry, acidity of the skin and/or a particular body fat mass index. For these people it’s suggested to wear the chest belt transmitter. HS CORRECT USE: Grasp both the upper and lower plate avoiding to clench t hem too hardly. Avoid to wash the hands using soaps that can dry the skin too much. The machine displays this error if the HR/HS receiver does not work or is not powered by the Display Board: Continued on following page...

117. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.33 Figure 7.11 - 17 9. Remove the elevation motor (D). To reassemble the elevation motor, carry o ut the above steps in reverse order.

56. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.4 Replace the LCD inv erter. Works? NO LCD Inv erter def ectiv e YES LCD def ectiv e A Replace the LCD. Works? Replace the Display Board NO YES Continued on following page...

59. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.7 6.3. NO AUDIO SOUND For the following menu, please refer to the relevant chapter in the VISIO manual. 6.4. NO TV PICTURE For the following menu, please refer to the relevant chapter in the VISIO manual. 6.5. THE TOUCH SCREEN DOE S NOT WORK / IT’S NOT C ALIBRATED For the following menu, please refer to the relevant chapter in the VISIO manual. 6.6. THE RADIO DOES NOT PLAY

77. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.25 Check the SW and the grounding of the Receiv er Board. Problem persists? Place correctly . 3 YES NO Check the properly f unctining of the Receiv er Board. Is proper placed? OK 4 NO NO YES A Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace. YES Check if it works properly using a chest belt y ou are sure it's ok. The problem persists? Chest Belt def ectiv e.

35. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.7 3.6. BELT MOTOR An asynchronous three - phase motor which, by means of a pulley and poly - v belt, turns the dr iving roller of the tread belt. Is equipped with a normally - closed thermal cutout which opens when the temperature exceeds a preset threshold, in order to safeguard the integrity of the motor. The thermal signal reaches the driver as a NC external input si gnal. When this contact opens, the driver generates an alarm. It is equipped with a high inertia flywheel, to permit more gradual deceleration of the tread belt in the event of a power outage or emergency stop. ATTENTION: dange rous voltages are present at the motor and flywheel. Tread belt motor power see at the paragraph: 2.3. “ Technical specification ”. 3.7. ELEVATION MOTOR This is a linear actuat or equipped with 24Vdc motor, 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 ma chine. The actuator has a built - in Hall effect sensor which 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 t he machine. 3.8. LIMIT SWITCH This is a NC microswitch which defines the zero - 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 .

62. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.10 6.8. THE DISPLAY SHOWS “P RESS A KEYS / TOUCH THE SCREEN” This error mes sage can be caused by: • loss of communication between the lower and upper assemblies; • the user has pressed the emergency button; • defective emergency button: the micro switch is opened. To In order to reinstate normal operation, simply press any key. If co mmunication 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 kee ps count of the attempts to reinstate communication by incrementing the COM.FAULT parameter, which can be viewed using the procedure described in the relevant paragraph of the Service menu .

39. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.11 3.14. TREAD BELT MOTOR DRI VE 3.14.1. 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 connect s them. In this way, a given belt motor speed corresponds to a predetermined linear tread belt speed. 3.14.2. C ONTROLS The control block diagram is as follows: Display Board Driver Motor Cut-out Vac with variable frequency RS-485 CN17 J5 J5 J13A To actuate the motor, the Display Board communicates with the driver via the RS - 485 serial link. Based on the commands received, the Driver drives the motor by applying a variable frequency sinusoidal voltage: the frequency determines the speed of rotation of the motor and hence the linear tread belt speed. During its movement , the driver continually checks the motor by monitoring its current draw as well. If any problems are detected (low voltage, overcurrent, SW or HW inverter, etc....) it halts the motor and sends an alarm signal to the Display B oard, which displays a “THE E QUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” which may lead to different error codes stored by the Driver .

40. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.12 In addition, to protect the motor from overheating, each motor phase has a thermal cut - out connected in series. If the temperature exceeds the threshold value, the thermal cut - outs open and interrupt the circuit. The driver detects this condition as the opening of a NC external contact. In such a case the driver halts the motor and outputs an alarm signal to the Display B oard which displays the “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” me ssage. 3.14.3. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: • RS - 485 Signal This is a digital signal exchanged between the driver and the Display B oard. • VAC Signal with variable frequency : This is the variable alternating - voltage signal out put by the driver (connector J5) to supply the motor. Increasing the frequency of this signal increases the motor speed. The frequency of the sinusoidal supply voltage sent by the driver to the motor can be viewed on the display using the inverter manual t est described at the relevant paragraph of the Troubleshooting menu . • Cut - Out signal : Each motor phase is equipped with a normally - closed thermal cut - out which opens when the temperature exceeds a preset threshold. When this input signal is an open contact , the driver detects the alarm, halts the motor and sends an alarm signal over the RS - 485 line to the Display B oard.

122. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.38 Figure 7.12 - 5 7. Remove the foot - rest (g) by rotating it upward, as shown in the figure. Figur e 7.12 - 6 Before slackening the belt tension, make 2 REFERENCE marks spaced 1000 mm apart in order to later adjust its tension correctly. Continued on following page...

41. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.13 3.15. ELEVATION MOTOR DRIV E 3.15.1. M ECHANICS The machine incline is varied by moving a frame connected to the front wheels by means of the elevation m otor rod. The motor movement is detected by a hall sensor which provides the motor motion control signal: each motor revolution generates a predetermined number of pulses and produces a known displacement of the rod and hence of the machine incline. The di rection of rotation of the motor determines whether the machine moves up or down. 3.15.2. C ONTROL The control block diagram is as follows: Display Board Driver Motor Hall sensor RS-485 CN17 Pulses Limit switch Vdc J13A J7 J7 J8 To actuate the motor, the CPU Board communicates via the RS - 485 serial link with the ALE Drive . Depending on the commands received, the Drive sends a +24 or - 24Vdc power supply to the Up - Down motor, and in this way determines whether the actuator rod moves in our out. When the motor receives the voltage it begins to move.

147. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 10.1 10. UPDATING THE SW The procedure is activated by pressi ng the top right - hand corner, the bottom left - hand corner and the bottom right - hand corner of the screen in that sequence when the equipment is in Stand - By, as shown in the figure below . A new display will appear from which you can gain access to the v arious configuration menus, by entering the password on the number keyboard: In order to access the menu, enter the password 2502 and press the ENTER key in order to confirm, ESCI in order to quit. For the following menu, please refer to the relevant ch apter in the VISIO manual.

10. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 1.2 1.3. GENERAL RULES FOR RE PAIR PROCEDURES 1. Always mark any parts or positio ns 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 may contain more up - to - date info rmation on adjusts 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 to ols. The tool sizes quoted in this manual are expressed in mm.

82. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.30 (3) Check if the receiver has been correctly mounted on the machine, as detail at paragraph: 7.7. “ Disassembling the HS/HR receiver ”. (4) To check for electromagnetic noise near the machine, 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 . TEST BOX EXCITE RECEIVER LED connecting 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 .

140. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.2 9.2. SERVICE MENU CONFIGU RATION The procedure is activated by pressing the top right - hand corner, the bottom left - hand corner and the bottom right - hand corner of the screen in that sequence, in Stand - B y, as shown in the figure below: A new display will appear from which you can gain access to the various configuration menus, by entering the password on the number keyboard: Enter the password 2501 and press the ENTER key to confirm or EXIT to quit. A menu will then appear which will provide access to the following sub - menus: For the following menu, please refer to the relevant chapter in the VISIO manual.

113. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.29 Figure 7.11 - 8 2. Back off the 5 screws (c) using a 5 mm wrench and remove the lower guard (d) . Figure 7. 11 - 9 3. Disconnect the connectors highlight ed in the figure at the side, from the connectors board. Continued on following page...

67. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.15 6.12. “GRADIENT NOT WORKIN G” 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 configuration menu. For further details, refer to the relevant paragraph of the User menu . Check parameter PA R 09 is set 15 (1,5 Sec.). This parameter defines the time window within which the inverter expects to receive a sufficient number of pulses from the elevation motor, before generating an error condition. 1. This error message indicates that the machine is u nable to control the elevation motor. The error is produced when the inverter does not receive any pulses from the motor encoder after having enabled it. After this, the machine continues to function with the elevation motor disabled and parameter PAR 07 s et to 1. 2. The error message may be caused by a malfunction of the travel limit microswitch If the microswitch breaks during use, the machine will enable an upward elevation movement, in an attempt to open the microswitch contact. If the microswitch fails t o open after a predefined number of pulses, the machine generates an elevation error and halts the movement. 3. The error message may be caused by a misalignment of the "HALL" effect sensor, if it is not correctly aligned with its magnet. In fact, if the enc oder of the elevation motor is not correctly positioned, the motor will fail to output any pulses. At this point, the elevation movement will be disabled, and parameter PAR 07 set to 1. When the machine is switched on again, the parameter PAR 07 is automa tically reset to 0 and the machine performs the reset procedure. If the 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 theoretical explanation of the elevation control, provided in paragraph: 3.15. “ Elevation motor drive ”. Continued on following page...

149. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 11.1 11. SCHEDULED MAINTENANC E To keep the machine in perfect working order and forestall possible problems it is necessary to carry out the scheduled maintenance operations descr ibed below. The maintenance operations can essentially be classified according to the type of service and to who they need to be performed: • ORDINARY maintenance operation : The ORDINARY maintenance operations can be performed by the club manager. They do n ot require any kind of technical knowledge, they only consist of simple external cleaning, for the purposes of general hygiene. • EXTRAORDINARY maintenance operation : The EXTRAORDINARY maintenance operations have to be performed by a TG qualified technician specially trained by Technogym. They consist of the set up, the start up, all the inspections and service operations and the adjustments the machine can need to guarantee a good state of wear and the proper functioning conditions.

88. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.4 Figur e 7.2 - 4 On the back of the LCD: 6. Remove the sticker (g) which holds the signal cable in place. 7. Press the outer tabs of connector (h) and simultaneously pull it downward to remove. 8. Remove the LCD. To reassemble the LCD, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

55. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.3 6.2. THE DISPLAY STAYS OF F B Replace the Display Board. Works? YES NO Display Board def ectiv e A Does the wall outlet supply the correct v oltage? Is the power supply cable OK? Are the LED on the Display Board lit on? Plug the machine into a working electrical outlet Replace thecable THE DISPLAY STAYS OFF NO YES NO YES YES NO 1 Are the f uses OK? Replace the f uses YES NO Continued on following page...

69. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.17 Follow the procedure st ep by step to correctly diagnose 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 the relevant paragraph of the Service menu, is enable . (2) Open the ALE driver cover plate and press manually the limit switch. When the limit switch is pressed, DWN - SW LED has to be ON while has to be OFF if released. (3) Place the tester probes across pins 6 and 4 of connector J7 on the and Driver Board . The measured value should be approximately 2.5Vdc. If an oscilloscope is available, it is possible to view the pulses produced by the encoder itself .

73. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.21 THERE IS NO HR SIGNAL (Hand Sendor) Check if the +5Vdc are at the input of Receiv er Board. Are them present? Display Board def ectiv e. Replace. 1 NO YES Check if the +5Vdc are at the output of the Display Board. Are them present? Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace. 2 YES NO NO YES A Check if the SW and the gruonding of Receiv er Board. The problem persist? 3 Replace the connectoring cables between the High Kit and Low Kit. YES Check if using a chest belt that y ou are sure it's ok, it works properly . The problem persists? OK NO Continued on following page...

83. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.31 6.15.2. H AND S ENSOR HUMAN BODY “CONTINUITY”: it’s well known that for somebody it’s very difficult, nearly impossible, to measure their HR using the hand sensors. This due to a lot of possible causes which could fake the “quality” of the contact between the human sk in and the HS plates, as: hands only just washed or particularly dry, acidity of the skin and/or a particular body fat mass index. For these people it’s suggested to wear the chest belt transmitter. HS CORRECT USE: Grasp both the upper and lower plate av oiding to clench them too hardly. Avoid to wash the hands using soaps that can dry the skin too much. NO Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace. THE TELEMETRIC HR SIGNAL IS INCORRECT (Hand Sensor) Set the priority on the Hand Sensor. Problem solv ed? Check the state of wear of Hand Sensor cable. Problem solv ed ? OK OK NO 2 OK NO YES Check the Display SW v ersione and the grounding of the Receiv er Board. 3 YES YES 1 NO

139. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.1 9. EQUIPMENT CONFIGURAT ION 9.1. USER MENU CONFIGURAT ION The procedure is ac tivated by pressing the top right - hand corner, the bottom left - hand corner and the bottom right - hand corner of the screen in that sequence, in Stand - By, as shown in the figure below: A new display will appear from which you can gain access to the vario us configuration menus, by entering the password on the number keyboard: Enter the password 2406 and press the ENTER key to confirm or EXIT to quit. A menu will then appear which will provide access to the following sub - menus: For the following menu, please refer to the relevant chapter in the VISIO manual.

42. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.14 To control the elevation position, the Drive uses the following input signals: A travel limit microswitch which defines a zero - reference position, acquired by the machine during its power - on reset procedure and whenever the microswitch is pressed. The travel limit microswitch ou tputs a normally closed signal which becomes open when the microswitch is pressed. ATTENTION: when the travel limit microswitch outputs an open contact signal (pressed, microswitch broken or cable interrupted), the downward move ment of the machine is disabled. If the Drive detects problems with these signals during operation of the elevation motor, i.e.: If it has not received any pulses during a previously defined time interval. If, when the travel limit microswitch outputs an open contact signal, this contact does not switch to closed when the elevation motor moves upward by a distance of 2%. Then: The drive stops functioning with error code "EdC" The machine displays the "ELEVATION ERROR" message, and interrupts the exercise . The parameter Par 07 is switched to 1 to disable the elevation function. At this point the machine will only allow movements of the tread belt motor, but not of the elevation motor. To re - instate operation of the elevation motor, the machine must be tur ned off and on again, so as to automatically reset Par 07 to 0. If the problem persists, the machine will again show the elevation error on the Display. 3.15.3. R ESET PROCEDURE On power - up, the machine performs a reset procedure in order to determine the zero - refe rence position for the elevation movements. The machine makes a downward movement until the travel limit microswitch is pressed, and then moves upward by the number of pulses (100 pulses) defined in the elevation table to reach the reference "horizontal po sition". All the movements for reaching different elevations will be variations relative to this reference.

50. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 5.2 5.2. MOVING T he equipment has two fixed front wheels. To move the equipment, lift it up slightly, as shown in the illustration, and push it forwards and backwards. Given the weight of the equipment, we recommend 2 person be involved in lifting it. After every movin g, check if the equipment is on flat, adjust the left foot, as indicated at the paragraph: 8.6. “ The machine is not flat ”. 5.3. INSTALLA TION 1. Ensure that the specifications and requirements for installation have been met (see paragraph 5.1. “ Specifications and requirements ”). 2. Depending on the destination country, the machine may be shipped partially disassembled, packed insid e a special carton and fixed to a pallet, or fully assembled, wrapped in clear plastic and fixed to a wooden pallet. Follow the assembly operations described in the instruction sheets supplied with the machines 3. Connect the mains lead to the power inlet soc ket on the machine . 4. Place the on/off switch in the “0” position . 5. Plug the mains lead into the wall outlet . 6. Connect the antenna cable to the socket and respect the requirements by reference to the relevant chapter of the manual specific .

54. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.2 6.1. TROUBLESHOOTING MENU The procedure is activated by pressing the top right - hand corner, the bottom left - hand corner and the bottom right - hand corner of the screen in that sequence when the equipment is in Stand - By, as shown in the figure below. A new display will appear from which you can gain access to the various configuration menus, by entering the password on th e number keyboard: Enter the password 2501 and press the ENTER key to confirm or EXIT to quit. By selecting the key which is highlighted in red, you will gain access to the TROUBLESHOOTING menu: For the following menu, please refer to the relevant c hapter in the VISIO manual.

79. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.27 6.15. THE TELEMETRIC HEART RATE SIGNAL IS INCOR RECT 6.15.1. C HEST BELT CORRECT USE OF THE CHEST BELT: Wear the chest belt taking care the area of contact with the body is humid in order to guarantee it proper works. THE TELEMETRIC HR SIGNAL IS INCORRECT (Chest belt) Are the machines correctly spaced by the required minimum distance? Check the Receiv er Board has been correctly mounted on the machine. Reposition the machines so they are adequately spaced Mount the Receiv er Board in the right way NO YES NO Check the Display SW v ersione and the grounding of the receiv er. 1 2 Chest belt def ectiv e NO NO YES A Check if it works properly using a chest belt y ou are sure it's ok. The problem persists? 3 YES Continued on foll owing page.. .

68. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.16 "GRADIENT NOT WORKING" MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY Verify the P09 parameter is correctly setted. 1 2 Replace the microswitch. NO NO Setting P09=0, turn off and on the machine. The motor moves (activates the splope)? SI The micro working properly? SI Verify during the movement, if the impulse are present on the J7 connector of the Driver Board. Replace the Driver and re-setting the P09=15 parameter. NO Verify if the voltage gardient of the engine during the reset. There is tension? NO Replace the slope engine and re-setting the P09=15 parameter. SI Replace the Driver and re-setting the P09=15 parameter. NO 3

109. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.25 7.10.3. D ISASSEMBLING THE CLO SING LOWER GUARDS Figur e 7.10 - 14 Before to proceed, place some cartoons or protective stuff to avoid damage the lateral casings and upright of the machine. Carefully turn the machine over on one side, to have a better access to the lower zone. For each guard : 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a 4mm hexagonal wrench . 2. Remove the 4 guards (b) .

115. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.31 7.11.3. D ISASSEMBLING THE POW ER SUPPLY BOX (C) Figur e 7.11 - 13 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.11.1. “ Disassembling the ALE Drive ”. 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a large Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the power supply box (C) To reassemble the power supply box, carry out the above steps in r everse order .

66. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.14 6.11. TREAD BELT MOTOR IS JERKING The probable cause is a disconnected phase either at the 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 Driv er Check if the IPA09 parameter is correctly 2 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check parameter IPA409 as detailed in the table at the paragraph: 9.2.3. “ Inverter parameters ”. (2) 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.

76. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6. 24 6.14.2. C HEST BELT SALUTRON 8500 ( Chest Belt /HS) . CORRECT USE OF THE CHEST BELT: Wear the chest belt taking care the area of contact with the body is humid in order to guarantee it proper works. THERE IS NO HR SIGNAL (Chest Belt) Check if the +5Vdc are at the input of the Receiv er Board. Are present? Display Board def ectiv e. Replace. 1 NO YES Check if the +5Vdc are at the output of Display Board. Are present? Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace. 2 YES NO NO YES A Check the SW and the grounding of Receiv er Board. Problem persist? 3 Replace the connecting cable between High Kit and Low Kit. YES Check if using the Hand Sensors the Heart Rate detected. OK NO Continued on following page...

121. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.37 Figure 7.12 - 3 4. Pull out the foot rests (d) , moving them slightly back and forth to match up the notches on the guard with the screws on the frame. Figure 7.12 - 4 5. Back off the screw (e) using a 6 mm hex wrench. 6. Remov e the protection limit stop (f) . Continued on following page...

70. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.18 6.13. THE MACHINE DOES NOT READ THE TGS KEY The error is due to the fact the TGS reader is not working properly, or if it is not supplied by the Display B oard. THE MACHINE 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 and/or CU132 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

135. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.3 8.3. CENTERING AND ADJUST ING THE BELT Figur e 8.3 - 1 1. Start the machine at a speed of 10 km/h. 2. Check that the graphics on the tread belt remain equidistant from the edges, correcting any tendency to shift to the right or left exclusive ly by adjusting the left tension screw (a) . Locking down this screw the belt shift 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.

9. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 1.1 1. GENERAL NOTICES 1.1. INTRODUCTION This document is reserved for Technogym Service technicians, and is intended to provide author ized 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 fac ilitate consultation, the paragraphs 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. Observation about the operation in progress. 1.2. RECOMMENDATIONS Technogym recommends the following steps for plannin g repair procedures: • Carefully evaluate the customer’s description 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 the oretical basis, which must then be integrated by personal 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, prepari ng tools, etc. • Access the component to be repaired, avoiding any unnecessary operations. In this regard it will be useful to refer to the disassembling sequence described in this manual.

105. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.21 Figure 7.10 - 4 3. Back off the 3 screws (c) using a 3 mm hex wrench. 4. Remove the side guard (d) from either sid e. Figure 7.10 - 5 5. Press the 2 levers of the dust guard (e) in the direction of the arrow and remove it.

94. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.10 Figure 7.4 - 4 7. Adjust the position of the Display by pushing the uprights up against the alignment plates of the center crossbar, as indicated in the figure. Figure 7.4 - 5 8. Adjust the position of the Display, backing off the 4 screws (h) u sing a 6 mm hex wrench. After reassembling the Display, check its position; ensure there are no excess gaps between the guard, the frame and the Touch Screen.

47. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 4.1 4. ACCESSORI ES 4.1. C ARDIO THEATER CONNEC TION The machine can be connected to the Cardio Theater by means of the RJ45 connector on the C - Safe board. The Cardio Theater unit must be provided with a power cable having the following pin - out: RJ45 Connector Signal 5 +5 Vdc 7 Gro und ATTENTION: for the numbering of the pins, on RJ45 connector, please refer to the diagram below:

71. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.19 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Place the t ester probes across pins 1 and 3 of connector CN1 of the TGS reader. T he measured value should be +12 Vdc. (2) As for step (1) but across pins 1 and 9 of connector CN 19 of the Display B oard. (3) Use the serial communications test described at the relevant paragra ph of the troubleshooting menu . If you replace Display Board, check that its SW version is updated, otherwise install the last version.

93. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.9 Figur e 7 .4 - 3 4. Remove the cable ties. 5. Unplug the following connectors: emergency stop (e) , power supply (f) and TUNER Board antenna (g) , indicated in the figure. 6. Carefully remove the Display in the direction of the arrows and plac e it on a work bench. To reassemble the Display carry out the above steps in reverse order, observing the following cautions. Continued on following page...

34. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.6 3.3. HAND SENSOR AND CARD IO RECEIVER This board manages the signal received from the telemetric transmitter used by the person exercising. It receives the power supply signal from the Display 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 with a 90 cm radius, but please have a look to paragraph 6.15. “ The telemetric heart rate signal is incorrect ” to study it in detail. If there is electromagnetic noise (produced by high voltage lines, radio transmitters, monitors, motors etc .) within this area, the receiver becomes saturated and no longer receives any signal. Moreover if other transmitters are working within this area (cross - talking), the signal received can be incorrect. The board, manage both the telemetric transmitter and the Hand Sensors signals, in the same way. Please note that the introduction of the Salutron 8500 receiver has been accompanied by the removal of the function for setting the heart rate data acquisition priority, previously accessed through the "Chest st rap" or "Hand Sensor" items. This because the priority is now determined by the HW position of a jumper ( JP1 ) on the receiver itself: JP1 CLOSED = Chest strap priority JP1 OPEN = Hand Sensor priority The standard configuration of the receiver is with ch est strap priority. 3.4. JOYSTICK These joysticks are used to adjust the speed and the elevation during the exercise. Each time they are pressed, forward or backward, they send a signal to the CPU board to change the speed or the elevation according to the joys tick used . 3.5. EMERGENCY STOP This is a safety device which allows the user to stop the machine in an emergency situation. It consists of 2 magnetic sensors fixed to the machine display, which form a NC contact when the emergency stop device is correctly posit ioned on the control panel during exercise. If a user is in difficulty and detaches the emergency device from the control panel, the NC contact is opened. On detecting opening of the contact, the CPU Board shows the message "Reposition the emergency stop d evice and touch the screen" on the display and sends a signal to the Drive which cuts off the power supply to the tread belt motor, halting the machine.

38. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.10 3.12.2. ALE POWER SUPPLY BOX This is a box which cont ains: The machine's power inlet socket. The on - off switch. 2 resettable THERMAL CUTOUTS which monitor overloads on the phase and neutral. An inductor Filter Board This power supply box manages the power circuits of the machine: in particular, the input h igh voltage , which is then sent to the Drive, controlled through a second on - off switch. 3.12.3. S UPPLEMENTARY POWER S UPPLY This provides a supplementary +12V line required for operation of the VISIO, which in particular uses it for powering the lights of the LCD. ATTENTION If the LCD lights fail to illuminate, one reason could be that this supplementary power supply is not supplied or is not working, and thus in its turn fails to supply the LCD. 3.13. AUTOTRANSFORMER Only for 110Vac version . It is a t oroidal Autotransformer, placed on a plate fixed to the frame in the bottom of the machine under the running deck . The Autotransformer is connected in series to the power supply of the equipment and allows to use the 110Vac power supply. It rece ives the 110Vac power supply and provide an output voltage of 220Vac for the Driver.

124. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.40 Figure 7.12 - 10 12. Pull out the driving roller (k) and remove the belt (j). Figure 7.12 - 11 13. Back off the 2 screws (l) securin g the running deck using a 6 mm hex wrench. Figure 7.12 - 12 14. Pull the deck toward yourself to remove it as shown in the figure. Continued on following page...

137. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.5 8.5. TRAVEL LIMIT MICROSW ITCH POSITION Figure 8.5 - 1 Adjust the position of the microswitch support as indicated by the arrows, in such a way that it intercepts the carriage frame at the 0% incline position. 1. Unloosen the 2 screws ( a) securing the travel limit microswitch support. Figure 8.5 - 2 The correct distance "X" is approximately 130mm . 1. After making the adjustment, lock down the screws (a) backed off previously.

43. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.15 3.15.4. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: • RS - 485 Signal This is a digital signal exchanged between the Driver and the Display Board . • Motor voltage signal (Vdc) This is the DC voltage generated by the driver ( pins 2 and 1 of connector J7 ) for supplying the elevation motor. Its absolute value is 24 Vdc and, depending on its polarity, it causes the motor to rotate in either a clockwise or anticlockwise direction. The incline of the machine will increase or decrease accordingly. • Pulse signal 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 m oves. This signal enters the Driver ( pins 6 and 4 of connector J7 ) and provides the feedback of the motor movement. This signal alte rnates between a low value of 0Vdc 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 mo vements it is approximately 2.5 Vdc. In order to function correctly , the Hall sensor requires a +5 Vdc supply voltage which it receives from the elevation board ( pins 5 and 4 of connector J7 ). • Limit swi tch signal The limit switch is a NC contact entering the D river ( pins 3 and 8 of connector J8 ), which opens when the machine pressed it during the power - on reset procedure.

57. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.5 ONLY FOR 110Vac VERSION 2 Check if there is tension output to the power supply box NO YES Check if there is tension output to the ON/OFF switch NO 3 B YES Replace the ON/OFF switch Check if the power supply is connected and prov ide the +12Vdc 4 Connect and/or replace the power supply Replace the power supply box NO YES Check if the Driv er prov ide the +12Vdc 6 Connect and/or replace the power supply YES The Driv er def ectiv e NO YES Check if the Autotransf ormer prov ide the 220Vac 5 Replace the Autotransf ormer NO

132. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.48 Figur e 7.14 - 8 6. Close the cable into the three cable tie, as highlighted in the figure and insert it as much as possible inside of the frame, so that it shouldn ’t be loose . A loose cable could get in contact with the belt during the exercise and produce noise or damage. 7. Draw the guard up to the frame and look down the cable tie , then cut the part of the cable ties not needed . 8. Reassembly the guard and look down again the 7 screws backing off previously in Figure 7.14 - 6 .

142. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.4 9.2.2. R EGISTER A DDR . This butt on allows to select a specific parameter of the inverter, which then can be read using the function described below: “Read from low kit”. On the Display will appear a Numeric Keypad which allows to enter and/or modify t he numerical value of the parameter. Press CLEAR to delete the old value and insert the new one, then press CONFIRM to save it. The parameters are listed in tables at paragraph : 9.2.3. “ Inverter parameters ”. 9.2.2.1. Read from low kit This button allows to read from Low Kit the value of the parameter set previously and displayed in the display. 9.2.2.2. Register Value This button allows to modify the value of the parameters . Press the button: On the Display will appear a Numeric Keypad which allows to enter and/or modify the numerical value of the parameter. Press CLEAR to delete the old value and insert the new one, then press CONFIRM to save it. The parameters are listed in the table of paragraph : 9.2.3. “ Inverter parameters ”. After any changes to the parameter values, you need to save them in the low kit using the “Write to low kit” function. 9.2.2.3. Write to low kit . To write the values of the currently displayed parameters to the low kit, press the button: Allows to write on the ALE inverter register , in case you have changed the data.

51. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 5.3 5.4. FIRST POWER - ON 1. Aft er completing the installation procedure, the machine is ready for use . 2. To turn on the machine, simply toggle the on/off switch from the “0” position to the “1” position and press the secondary switch on button on the front guard . 3. During the power - up the m achine performs a communication test between upper and lower electronics . 4. After the test, the machine enters the stand by mode , awaiting for a command . 5.5. CHECK THE CORRECT OP ERATION OF THE MACHI NE 1. Get on the machine; 2. Start exercising; 3. Press on the right joys tick and c heck that the speed change ; 4. Press on the left joystick and check that the incline change ; 5. Put on the heart rate meter and check that the machine correctly reads the heart rate value; 6. Grasp the sensors and check that the machine correctly reads th e heart rate value; 7. Carry out the “Touch Screen calibration” procedure de s cr ibed at the relevant paragraph of the Service menu .

107. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.23 Figure 7.10 - 9 11. Back off the screw (k) using a 4 mm hex wrench. 12. Remove the guard (l) . Figure 7.10 - 10 13. Back off the 2 bolts (m) using an 8 mm wrench and disconnect the earth. Figure 7.10 - 11 For each upright: 14. Unloosen the 3 screws (n) using a 6 mm hex wrench. Continued on following pag e...

60. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.8 6.7. THE IPOD DOES NOT WO RK Is the iPod detected by the machine? YES SI THE iPod DOES NOT WORK 1 Enter the audio/v ideo f iles lists. Can y ou see the list of all the f iles uploaded on the iPod? Check the audio connection sy stem NO Replace the Docking station board 2 3 YES Check the CU167 cable connection. Is the iPod detected by the machine? OK YES Is the v oltage at the input of the docking station correct? Replace the docking station board YES 5 NO 6 NO A Update the iPod SW v ersion Has been the dev ice enabled f rom the proper f unction in the user menu? Enable the iPod NO 4 7 NO Continued on following page...

134. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.2 8.2. TENSIONING A USED TR EAD BELT Figure 8.2 - 1 a. Before slackening a used tread belt that needs to later be re - tensioned, place a tape measure along the center of the tread belt and use a pen to make two reference marks spaced exactly 1m meter apart. Figur e 8.2 - 2 b. After reassembling the used tread belt, alternately lock down the 2 rear screws (a) until the two marks made previously on the tread belt are once again spaced 1 meter apart. CAUTION: After completing this procedure, check the centering of the tread belt as instructed in paragraph: 8.3. “ Centering and adjusting the belt ”. This procedure is normally carried out after replacing the driving roller o r rear roller, or in cases where a used tread - belt cannot be reassembled with the procedure of paragraph : 8.1. “ Tensioning a new tread belt ”, because the belt is not elastic .

111. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.27 7.11.1. D ISASSEMBLING THE ALE D RIVE Figure 7.11 - 2 1. Unplug the 3 connectors indicated in the figure. Figure 7.11 - 3 2. Back off the 4 screws (a) using a medium Phillips screwdriver. Figure 7.11 - 4 3. Raise the ALE drive box (A) slightly and unplug the connector and the earth node as shown in the figure. To reassemble the ALE drive, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

92. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.8 7.4. DISASSEMBLING THE DI SPLA Y Figur e 7.4 - 1 Carry out the operations up to step (4) of paragraph : 7.1. “ Disassembling the touch screen ”. 1. Back off the 4 screws (a) using a 10 mm wrench. Figure 7.4 - 2 2. Unloose the screw (c) using a 10 mm wrench. 3. Back off the screw (d) using a 4mm hex wrench. Continued on following page...

100. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.16 7.6. DISASSEMBLING THE EM ERGENCY STOP Figure 7.6 - 1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.1. “ Disassembling the touch screen ”, up to step (4) of the Figure 7.1 - 3 . 1. Disconnect the emergency cable indicated in the figure. 2. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a 4 mm hex wrench. Figure 7.6 - 2 3. Back off the 2 screws (b) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 4. Remove the two magnetic sensors. To reassemble the emergency stop, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

138. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.6 8.6. THE MACHINE IS NOT F LAT This problem may be due to the positioning of the machines on a not flat surface. To level the machine, you may adjust the height of the levelling foot as illustrated below : Figur e 8.6 - 1 For the levelling adjustment, carry out the operation on the rear LEFT foot, as shown in figure: 1. Loosen the nut (a) of fixing . 2. Screw or unscrew the foot (b) , to bring the frame in a flat and stable position. 3. A t adjustment made, lock down the nut (a) again .

36. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.8 3.9. IPO D DOCKING STATION It is the device that allows to plug & store iPod models, in a safe docking station and to control it from the ACTIVE Wellness TV interface. With the docking station, developed fo r the full compatibility with iPod, it is possible to power, recharge and fully control it from the touch screen of the machine. In the following table, all the compatible iPod(APPLE) models: iPod 5st gen. iPod Classic iPod mini iPod Nano iPod Touch iPhone 3.10. CLIENT USB PORT This is an additional port which can be installed on the VISIO Display, and makes available a USB port for connecting to external devices. The user can connect USB devices for playing a vast range of multimedia files, including: mp3, wma, wav, wmv, MPEG2, MPEG4, DivX, XVID jpg . 3.11. DUAL TGS READER It’s the device which allows the machine to interact with the Wellness System. This board enables the machine to read the user's TGS key for performing work outs programmed with the proper SW of the Wellness System. With Dual TGS reader it is possible to use both the Botom and the Mifare TGS keys .

44. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.16 3.16. E MERGENCY STOP SIGNAL MANAGEMENT The device consists of 2 magnetic sensors conne cted in parallel, fitted on the machine display, and a switch containing two magnets which, depending on whether or not it is positioned on the sensors, varies the state of the signals output by the sensors to the Display Board . 3.16.1. C ONTROL LOGIC The control b lock diagram is as follows: Emergency Display Board RS-485 CN22 Keyboard Driver Reset Emergency Key Contact CN17 J3A When the user detaches the emergency stop device, the NC contact of the sensors is opened, changing the state of the two signals output by them to the Display Board . Each of the two sensors outputs a distinct signal, interpreted as follows: one is an “ SW Emergency ” signal, and one is an “ HW Emergency ” signal. The two signals are managed as follows: SW Emergency: The Display Board detects the emergency condition and signals it by displaying the mes sage “ Reposition the emergency stop device and touch the screen ” and sends the information to the drive over the 485 serial link to halt the motors.. HW Emergency: The Display Board sends the emergency signal directly to the drive to halt the motors. To r einstate the machine's operation, it is necessary to reposition the emergency stop device on the control panel and press any key on the display, as prompted.

49. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 5.1 5. INSTALLATION INSTRUC TIONS 5.1. SPECIFICATIONS AND R EQUIREMENTS 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 weigh t of the machine and user ; 2. The place of installation is free of dust and sand ; 3. The place of installation meets the operating temperature and humidity conditions specified in paragraph : 2.7. “ Ambient spe cifications ” ; 4. The machine is not positioned close to sources of heat, sources of electromagnetic noise (television sets, electrical motors, antennas, high voltage lines, household appliances, etc...) or medical equipment ; 5. Each machine must have a dedicate d power supply line ; 6. The socket outlet and other devices on the dedicated line should be appropriately sized for the required load 16A ; 7. The socket outlets must be earthed ; 8. No multiple connections are permitted on the ground and/or the neutral cables ; 9. The r atio 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 at the socket outlet ; 10. Position the mains lead of the machine where it will not be underfoot ; 11. To eliminate any interference with the cardio receiver, no transmitters should be placed less than 90 cm from the display . 12. 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 :

101. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.17 7.7. DISASSEMBLING THE HS/HR RECEIVER Figure 7.7 - 1 For the operations that follow: turn off the machine and unplug the mains lea d from the wall outlet. 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a 4 mm hex wrench. 2. Remove the small guard (b) . Figure 7.7 - 2 3. Unplug the 2 connectors (c) , (d) and the earth connection Faston (e) from the receiver. 4. Remove the HS/HR receiver (f) . To reassemble the HS/HR receiver, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

48. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 4.2 4.2. MONITOR PLUG FOR C - SAFE PORT When the plug code 0WC00639AA is fitted into any one of the C - Safe ports on the machine, the corresponding LED should ill uminate to indicate the presence of the 5 Vdc supply on the port. During the C - Safe port test function, the plug connects the transmit channel directly to the receive channel, thereby producing a positive test outcome if the port is functioning correctly. 4.3. UPGRADE VISIOWEB 4.3.1. VISIO VS VISIOWEB The two product versions differ mainly for two reasons briefly detailed below. The first i t’s about its functionality while the second it’s ab out a technical characteristic. 1. On VISIOWEB it is possible to use internet. On machines with VISIOWEB display it is possible for the user browsing and use internet services during the training session ; 2. VISIOWEB has been developed on Linux instead of Windows CE used for VISIO . This difference can not be noticed by the final user because both the product versions have the same graphic interface and just few steps of the net work configuration are different. 4.3.2. VISIOWEB UPGRADE KIT It is possible to upgrade an equipment from VISIO to VISIOWEB through a specific SW upgrade procedure, usi ng the proper USB recovery stick and a correct configuration for internet service (if the infrastructure has been properly arranged). The Baan code to be used for this upgrade ATS600 . CAUTION : this procedure must mandatory be done by a TECHNOGYM qualifie d technician .

130. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.46 7.14.1. P OSITION A Figur e 7.14 - 4 1. Back off the 7 screws (a) using a 4mm hexagonal wrench . 2. Open lightly the autotransformer guard (b) , with caution . ATTENTION : Take particular attention when move the Autotransformer, because it is easily broken , also a little impact can damage it. Figur e 7.14 - 5 3. Pull out the autotransformer cable from the frame, trough the holes highlighted in the figure , in direction of the yellow arrows . 4. Remove the autotransformer assembly . To reassemble the Autotransformer, carry out the above steps in reverse order . Continued on following page ...

152. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 11.4 11.2.7. C HECKING THE STATE OF WEAR OF THE DRIVING ROLLER 1. With the front and rear rollers, running deck a nd 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 . 11.2.8. C HECKING THE SHOCK AB SORBERS 1. With the front and rear rollers, running deck and tread belt disassembled, check the condition of the shock absorbers on either side of the running deck. Replace if they are cracked or show signs of breakage . 11.2.9. C HECKING THE TREAD BE LT MOTOR DRIVE - BELT 1. Turn off th e 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 the tread belt motor drive - belt, turning it by hand using the motor flywheel. Replace if there are evident sig ns of wear . 11.2.10. C HECKING AND CENTERIN G 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 mo ving at a speed of approximately 10 km/h, check the centering of the tread belt. Replace if there are evident signs of wear .

45. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.17 The machine will not accept any commands until the emergency stop device has been correctly re positioned. The two sensors connected in parallel provide redundant safety, outputting two distinct and independent signals to the Display Board , however the malfunction of any one of these two sensors causes the machine to stop functioning in an emergency condition. ATTENTION: The message “ Reposition the emergency stop device and touch the screen ” appears on the display also if the serial communication between the high and low kit is interrupted. Pressing a key initiates the pro cedure for reinstating operation of the Drive, which receives a reset signal from the Display Board . After this, the Drive attempts to re - establish serial communications with the Display, and then repeats the reset procedure again. If serial communication cannot be established, the machine will make a number of attempts. Each failed connection attempt is recorded in the COM FAULT parameter, which can be viewed as described in the relevant paragraph of the Service menu . After approximately 30 seconds, it st ops and displays the error message “MACHINE LOCKOUT (COM)”. 3.16.2. T HE SIGNALS INVOLVED The machine uses the following control signals: Emergency contact: This is the NC contact provided by the 2 magnetic sensors actuated when the emergency stop device is detac hed. This contact becomes open when the emergency stop device is detached. The signal enters the Display Board through connector CN22 (pins 1 and 2) . RS - 485 Signal: This is a digital signal exchanged between the Drive and the Display Board . Emergency sig nal: This is the signal generated by the Display Board ( pins 1 and 4 of connector CN17 ) and sent to the Drive ( J3A) . This signal is 0Vdc under norm al conditions, and goes to 11.9 Vdc in the emergency condition. Reset signal: This is the signal generated by the Display Board ( pins 1 and 10 of connector CN17 ) and sent to the Drive (J3A) to signal to the low kit that normal operation has been reinstated after an emergency condition. This signal is 0Vdc under normal conditions and goes to approximately 8Vdc for a few seconds when the user presses a key. When this happens, the Display Board resets the Emergency signal to 0Vdc, thus allowing the Drive to return to the normal operating condition.

85. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.1 7. PART DISASSEMBLY 7.1. D ISASSEMBLING THE TOU CH SCREEN Figure 7.1 - 1 For the operations that follow: turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 1. Remove the emergency stop magnet (a) and its clip from their seats. Figure 7.1 - 2 2. Back off the screw (b) using a 4 mm hex wrench. 3. Remove the rear guard (c) . Figure 7.1 - 3 4. Exerting a slight pressure, pull the guard as indicated by the arrows in the figure, and remove it. Continued on following page...

99. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.15 Figure 7.5 - 10 4. Back off the 9 screws (a) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 5. Remove the CPU Board (F) . Figure 7.5 - 11 Headphone Jack (G): 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 2. Disconnect the cable from the CPU board. 3. Remove the Headphone Jack (G) . To reassemble the Electronics Boards, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

103. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.19 7.9. DISASSEMBLING THE CE NTER HANDLEBAR AND JOYSTICK Figure 7.9 - 1 1. Slightly force the lower joystick cover in the direction of the arrow on the front, using a small flat - blade screwdriver. 2. Remove the cover (a) pulling it downward. Figure 7 .9 - 2 3. Back off the 4 screws ( b) using a 5 mm hex wrench. Figure 7.9 - 3 4. Unplug the Joystick connector (c) and the earthing Faston. 5. Remove the handlebar and the joystick. To r eassemble the joystick and the handlebar, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

102. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.18 7.8. DISASSEMBLING THE HA ND SENSOR Figure 7.8 - 1 For the operations that follow: Turn off the mac hine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. For each sensor: 1. Back off the 2 screws ( a) using a small Phillips screwdriver. Figure 7.8 - 2 2. Raise the upper and lower sensors, and disconnect the 2 F astons (b) and (c) . 3. Remove the sensors. When reassembling the sensors, use the two guide posts to avoid pinching the cables. To reassemble the Hand Sensors, carry out the above steps in reverse order.

119. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.35 7.11.6. D ISASSEMBLING THE BEL T TENSIONER (F) Figur e 7.11 - 21 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.11.5. “ Disassembling the Tread belt motor (E) ”. 1. Back off the screw (a) using a 17mm wrench. 2. Remove the lever of the tension system (F) . To remove the roller : 3. Back off the nut (b) and the bolt on the opposite side using two 17 mm wrenches. 4. Remove the wheel (c) . To reassemble the belt tension system , follow the above steps in reverse order

104. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.20 7.10. DISASSEMBLING THE MO TOR GUARD AND SIDE UPRIGHTS 7.10.1. D ISASSEMBLING THE LOW KIT GUARD Figure 7.10 - 1 For the operations tha t follow: turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) on the bottom of the guard using a 3 mm hex wrench. Figure 7.10 - 2 2. Remove the guard (b), lifting it in the direction of the arrow, taking care to disconnect the LED connector of the secondary on - off switch. Figure 7.10 - 3 During reassembly, if necessary, hold the dust guard in place with a flat blade sc rewdriver and snap the motor guard in place as shown in the figure. Continued on following page...

123. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.39 Figure 7.12 - 7 To remove the driv en roller, driving roller, motor drive - belt, tread belt and deck: 8. Slacken the belt tension by backing off the screws (h) on each side, which act on the rear machine roller, using an 8 mm hex wrench. Carry out this operation by alternately backing off t he left and right screw to avoid overloading the roller bearings. Figure 7.12 - 8 9. Lift up the driven roller (i) and remove it. Figure 7.12 - 9 10. Release the spr ing of the belt tension system as described in paragraph : 7.11.5. “ Disassembling the Tread belt motor (E) ”, at the point (1) . 11. Pull out the belt (j) from the driving roller (k) as shown in the figure. Continued on following page...

133. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.1 8. ADJUSTMENTS 8.1. TENSIONING A NEW TRE AD 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 ( or white corrector fluid ) to make two reference marks spaced exactly 1m meter apart. Figur e 8.1 - 2 2. Alternately lock down the 2 tension adjusting screws (a) so as to balance the tension exerted by the belt on the roller bearings, until the distance between the reference marks increases by 7 mm . After completing this procedure, any further adjustments should be performed using only the left - hand tension screw. CA UTION: After completing this procedure, check the centering of the tread belt as instructed in paragraph: 8.3. “ Centering and adjusting the belt ”

53. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.1 6. TROUBLESHOOTING The troubleshooting procedures are illustrated by means of flow diagrams. To facilitate interpretation of these diag rams, the following standard box shapes are used: START This type of box is the START point of the troubleshooting procedure. It typically contains a description of the problem or malfunction. Decision 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 is either a positive (YES) or negative (NO) response. Action This type of box is a step in the troubleshooting procedure where an ACTION must be carried out. It typically contains 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. Note Clarification of the operation in progress or that will be below 1 A circled number (such as that shown on the left) next to a box of the troubleshooting procedure indicates that more detailed instructions for performing that particular check or action are provided below the flowchart. A A ci rcled letter (such as that shown on the left) is used to mark a point in the procedure. Typically, this indicator is used in page changes.

58. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.6 Follow the procedure ste p by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the LED 1 ( green ) of the Display Board, is correctly lit on . (2) Check on the switch ON button’s fas ton , connected to the cable output to power supply box , if there is the 220Vac voltage. (3) S witch ON the machine and check if on button’s faston , connected to the cable going to the extra power supply and Driver , there is the 220Vac voltage . (4) Check if there is +12Vdc on 11 and 12 pins of Patch connector 1 . (5) Check if there is 220Vac at the output of the Autotransformer, on the J1 connector of the Driver. (6) Check if there is +12Vdc on 6 and 2 pins of Patch connector 1 . If you replace Display Board and/or Drive r, check that its SW version is updated, otherwise install the last version. TV and RADIO channels , are only stored in a file in the fixed memory of the board. So the channels will be re - store in case of replacing of the Display Board.

29. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.1 3. PRINCIPLES OF OPERAT ION 3.1. BLOCK DIAGRAM : HIGH KIT AND LOW KIT DISPLAY CPU BOARD RECEI VER HS/HR HAND SENSOR (Left) TOUCH SENSOR (L) TOUCH SENSOR (R) TOUCH SCREEN capacitive HAND SENSOR (Right) W I RELESS BOARD TUNER BOARD iPod Doking Station USB Lower casing Connectors board (AUDIO/VIDEO IN) JACK AUDIO OUT Antenna inlet RJ45 Conn. DRIVER Driver Board Limit sw i tch Motor Elevation motor Power supply box Filter board Power supply On/OFF sw i th Ferrite (WR786) J3A LED J2 J7 J8 J5 J1 Touch Screen capacitive CONTROL BOARD TGS DUAL READER CONNECTORS BOARD Speed Joystic UP/DOWN Joystick LCD Inve rte r

126. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.42 Figure 7.12 - 16 To remove the front deck limit stops:. 19. Back off the screw (r) and remove deck limit stop (s) . Figure 7.12 - 17 For the left adjusting foot: 20. Turn the machine over on one side. 21. Back off the nut (t) using a 24 mm wrench. 22. Remove the foot (u) . Figure 7.12 - 18 For the right foot: 23. Back off the nut (v) using a 24 mm wrench. 24. Remove the foot (w) . To reassemble the components , carry out the above steps in reverse order.

127. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.43 7.13. DISASSEMBLING THE FR ONT WHEELS This operation can be carried out by placing the machine at a 3 or 4% incline before turning it over on one side; or, alternatively, by resting the machine on one side and removing the elevation motor pin and clip, as described in paragraph : 7.11.4. “ Disassembling the elevation motor (D) ”, up until step (2), so as to release the elevation carriage from the frame. Figure 7.13 - 1 Before to proceed, place some cartoons or protective stuff to avoid damage the lateral casings and upright of the machine. Carefully turn the machine over one side, taking care that the elevation carriage is not touching on the floor then it’s free to move. 1. Pull the incline frame slightly toward yourself. 2. Remove the caps (a) using a flat screwdriver as a lever. Figure 7.13 - 2 3. Back off the screw (b) , using an 8 mm hex wrench and holding the nut (c) underneath in place with a 17 mm socket wrench. Continued on following page...

86. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.2 Figure 7.1 - 4 5. Unplug the 2 flat cables (d) by slightly lifting up the connector tab. 6. Unplug the wireless antenna connector (e) indicated in the figure. Figure 7.1 - 5 7. Back off the 4 screws (f) securing the Touch Screen with a 5 mm wrench. 8. Pull out the 2 flat cables (g) through the corresponding slots in the Display plate support. Figure 7.1 - 6 9. Remove the Touch Screen (h) by carefully lifting it up as indicated by the arrows in the figure. To reassemble the Touch Screen, follow the above steps in reverse order.

114. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.30 Figure 7.11 - 10 4. Disconnect the LAN cable an d the antenna cable from the connectors on the guard . 5. Now it is possible to remove the lower guard. Figure 7.11 - 11 6. Back off the 2 bolts using a 10 mm wrench and remove the bracket and the elevation microsw itch (f) . CAUTION: After reassembly, check the position of the microswitch as described in paragraph : 8.5. “ Travel limit microswitch position ”. To reassemble the elevation microswitch, carry out the above steps in reverse order . Figure 7.11 - 12 Disassembling the Audio/Video connector board: 7. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 8. Remove the connector board (b) . To reassembl e the connector board, carry out the above steps in reverse order .

131. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.47 7.14.2. P OSITION B Figur e 7.14 - 6 With the autotransformer in the lower position , proceed as follows : 1. Back off the 7 screws (a) using a 4mm hexagonal wrench . 2. Open lightly and with caution the autotransformer guard (b) . ATTENTION: Take particular a ttention when move the Autotransformer, because it is easily broken, also a little impact can damage it. Figur e 7.14 - 7 3. Cut the three cable - tie highlighted in the figure using a pair of scissors , paying at tention to not damage the cable . 4. Pull out the autotransformer cable through the frame, follow the yellow arrows 5. Remove the autotransformer assembly . To reassemble the Autotransformer, carry out the above steps in reverse order, paying attention to the notes below: Continued on following page ...

118. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.34 7.11.5. D ISASSEMBLING THE T READ BELT MOTOR (E) Figure 7.11 - 18 1. Remove the belt tension system spring (a) , releasing it with the help of a pair of pliers. Figure 7.11 - 19 2. Rotate the power supply (b) on the frame without cutting the ties. Figur e 7.11 - 20 3. Mark the position of the tread - belt motor plate support on the frame. 4. Unplug t he cable of the ALE drive as shown in the figure. 5. Back off the 4 screws (c) using a 6 mm hex wrench. 6. Remove the tread - belt motor (E) . To reassemble the tread belt motor, carry out the above steps in reverse order. CAUTION: After reassembly, check the ali gnment of the motor drive - belt, as described in paragraph : 8.4. “ Aligning the tread – belt motor drive - belt ”.

31. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.3 3.2.2. LCD INVERTER This device powers the LCD Display lamps. It receives DC power supplies (12 Vdc supply and 3.3Vdc enable signal) from the CPU Board, and generates the AC vol tage (380 Vac) needed to power the LCD. 3.2.3. D IGITAL /A NALOG TUNER BOARD This is the board for receiving and managing the Audio/Video signal incoming from the antenna; it receives both digital and analog signals. It is directly connected to the antenna cable, wh ose signal is then amplified, split between a video and audio channel, encoded by the decoder and processed by a tuner that permits searching and tuning of both TV and radio channels. The data is then sent to the CPU Board where it is processed and managed in order to correctly display it on the LCD Display. LED name Colour Description D4 RED ON if the power supply reaches the board. OFF if the power supply does not reach the board. FLASHING :  if loading/starting the SW in the first seconds after it switch on;  During the firmware upload;  In case of HW/SW malfunctioning (and it continue to blink). 3.2.4. LAN NETWORK BOARD ( INTEGRAT ED ) The CPU board integrate a LAN network (Local Area Network) which can be used to connect the VISIO device in a local network. The co nnection should be realised through a UTP cable, with RJ45 connectors cat.5e/6. VISIO device is compatible with LAN networks, which have a max. transmission speed between 10 and 100 Mbps. The integrated network is obligatory in case of use for receiving IPTV stream

97. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.13 Figure 7.5 - 5 TUNER board (C): 1. Unplug the flat cable (a) . 2. Back off the 3 screws (b) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 3. Remove the TUNER Board (C) . Figure 7.5 - 6 USB and C - Safe connector board (D): 1. Back off the 3 screws (a) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the USB and C - Safe board (D). Figure 7.5 - 7 Wireless Board (E): 1. Unplug the 2 wireless antenna connectors indicated in the figure. CAUTION: Be careful not to break t he antenna cables. Continued on following page...

98. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.14 Figure 7.5 - 8 2. Push the 2 side tabs simultaneously outward, in the direction of the arrows. 3. The Wireless Board (E) will automatically lift up. 4. Remove it f rom its connector (a) , as shown in the figure. Figur e 7.5 - 9 CPU Board (F): 1. Unplug all the connectors from the CPU board indicated in the figure. 2. Remove the TUNER board (C) as illustrated in Figure 7.5 - 5 onward. 3. Remove the Wireless Board (E) as indicated in Figure 7.5 - 7 onward. Continued on following page...

61. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.9 8 A Is the v oltage at the output of the Display Board connected? OK YES NO Replace the Display Board Follow the procedure s tep by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Switch on the machine, connect the iPod on the docking station and check that the device is correctly detected by the machine. (2) Check that the audio/video files uploaded in the iPod are visible and selectable through the VISIO interface. (3) Carry out the troubleshooting procedure : 5.6. “ Recommended aeria l antenna requirements ”. (4) To update the iPod SW you just need to connect to iTunes and it automatically upgrades to the last version. (5) Enable the iPod control as detailed at the relevant paragraph of the User menu . (6) The CU167 cable has identical connector s on either end then it can sometimes be connected the wrong way round . (7) Place the tester probes across pins 8 and 9 of the connector on the docking station board where the CU167 cable is connected. The measured value should be 5Vdc. (8) As for step (7) but a cross pins 6 and 7 of the connector on the Display Board where CU167 is connected. If you replace Display Board, check that its SW version is updated, otherwise install the last version.

116. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.32 7.11.4. D ISASSEMBLING THE ELEVATION MOTOR (D) Figure 7.11 - 14 Cut the tie securing the motor cable at the Drive and unplug the connector , as shown in the figure. Figure 7.11 - 15 Before to proceed, place some cartoons or protective stuff to avoid damage the lateral casings and upright of the machine. Carefully turn the machine over one side, taking care that the elevation carriage is not touching on the floor then it’s free to move. On the lower part of the machine: 5. Remove the R - clip (a) and pull out the pin (b) . Figure 7.11 - 16 Inside the machine lower guard: 6. Remove the split pin (c) . 7. Back of f the screw (d) using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 8. Remove pin (e) from the top. Continued on following page...

90. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.6 Figure 7.3 - 4 During reassembly, follow the sequence indicated in the figure at left. Fig ure 7.3 - 5 Removing the USB port (Y): 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a flat blade screwdriver. 2. Remove the USB port (b) . Figure 7.3 - 6 Removing the iPod do cking station (Z) : 1. Back off the 3 screws (a) using a medium Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the fixing plate (b) . 3. Remove the iPod assembly (c) . To reassemble the TGS reader, USB port and iPod docking station, carry out the above steps in reverse order. Continued on following page...

106. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.22 7.10.2. D ISASSEMBLING THE SID E UPRIGHTS : Figure 7.10 - 6 A t this point, carry out the operations described in paragraph : 7.4. “ Disassembling the display ” and 7.9. “ Disassembling the center handlebar and joystick ”. On the upper part: 6. Back off the screw (f) using a 2.5mm hex wrench, passing through the hole of the bottle holder, as shown in the figure. 7. Remove the guard (g) by snapping it off. Figure 7.10 - 7 8. Back off the 2 nuts (h) using a 13 mm wrench on either side. 9. Remove the bar (i) . Figure 7.10 - 8 On the lower part: 10. Back off the screw (j) using a medium Phillips screwdriver. Continued on following page...

108. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.24 Figure 7.10 - 12 15. Back off the 4 screws (o) . 16. Remove the upright (p) by pulling it outward and then lifting it upward. Figur e 7.10 - 13 17. Back off the 15 scr ews (q) using a 5 mm hex wrench to remove and/or replace: the cables (r) , the side guards (s) and (t) , the handlebar (u) and the frame (v) . If the cables passing through the side uprights need to be replaced, note that they are distributed as follows:  Rig ht upright: Power supply cable for CU319 and CU317 panels.  Left upright: Audio/Video and AUDIO OUT signal cables. To reassemble the guard and the side uprights, carry out the above steps in reverse order taking special care to correctly match up the gua rds as before.

110. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.26 7.11. DISASSEMBLING THE LO WER COMPONENTS Figure 7.11 - 1 Carry out the operations up to step (2) of paragraph : 7.10. “ Disassembling the motor guard and side uprights ” . At this point it is possible t o disassemble the following internal components: • ALE Drive (A) ; • Elevation microswitch (B ) ; • Power supply box (C) ; • Elevation motor (D) ; • Tread - belt motor (E) ; • Belt tension adjustment assembly (F) . Continued on following page...

63. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.11 6.9. “THE EQUIPMENT IS LO CKED (COM)” MESSAGE ON DISPLAY In case of the machine stops with error “The equipment is locked” check the cause of the problem, reported between parentheses: (COM), related to serial communication errors; (EMER), related to emergency button errors; (cod. error), related to Low Kit errors. This e rror message can be caused by: • Loss of communication between the lower and upper assemblies; (COM) • The driver has detected an error condition, causing it to generate an alarm and store the error code in memory (cod. Error). • Problem on the emergency button (EMER) or (COM). To optimize the troubleshooting procedure, follow the steps below: 1. Access the item “ TROUBLESHOOTING  AUTOMATIC TEST  SERIAL PORTS TEST  Low Kit COM Test ”. If the outcome of the test is negative, check the components of the link between th e upper and lower kit, in particular: • Check that the wiring of the various cables is not damaged, in particular the cables of the “emergency signal” and of the “reset” by referring to paragraph: 2.10. “ Cables ”; try replacing each of the circuit boards in turn (CPU/ARM board and driver box) and check whether the communication works. If the outcome of the test is OK move on to step 2. 2. Access the item 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 emergency 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 driver.

95. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.11 7.5. DISASSEMBLING THE DI SPLAY BOARDS AND COMPONENTS Figure 7.5 - 1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.4. “ Disassembling the display ”. Place the display on a work bench. It is now possible to remove th e following components: • LCD inverter (A) • Touch screen control board (B) • TUNER board (C ) • C - Safe and USB connector board (D) • Wireless Board (E) • CPU Board (F) • Headphone jack (G) Continued on following page...

65. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.13 Error code Description Possible solution 19/EM EMERGENCY. Is generated when low kit drive receives a software emergency signal that is not accompanied by a hardware emergency signal - 20/SFAn LOW KIT DRIVER COVER PLATE FAN. This error is genereted if there is a mulfunction on the fan mounted on the driver’s cover plate, for at least 5 sec. • low kit driver cover plate fan 21/PFAn LOW KIT DRIVER INTERNAL FAN. This error is genereted if there is a mulfunction on the internal low kit driver fan, for at least 5 sec • low kit driver internal fan 22/IMV INVERTER POWER SUPPLY: This error is generated if a voltage <156 VAC for at least 1 sec. w hen the AC motor is working or for at least 10 sec. when AC motor is not working. - 23/SHC SHORT CIRCUIT. Is generated in the event of a short circuit between a motor phase and earth. • Check the belt motor 24/OHS OVERHEATING of the dissipator sensor: Thi s error is genereted if a mulfunction of the dissipator sensor last more than 1 sec. • low kit d river

87. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.3 7.2. D ISASSEMBLING THE LCD Figur e 7.2 - 1 Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.1. “ Disassembling the touch screen ”. 1. Back off the 4 screws (a) using a small Phillips screwdriver. Figure 7.2 - 2 2. Back off the 2 screws (b) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 3. Back off the 2 screws (c) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 4. Remove the LCD guard (d) . Figure 7.2 - 3 5. Unplug the connectors (e) indicated in the figure and remove the inverter (f) . Continued on following page...

125. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.41 Figure 7.12 - 13 15. Remove the spacers (m) , making a note of their position for subsequent reassembly. Figur e 7.12 - 14 16. Lift up the deck and remove the belt (n) as shown in the figure. CAUTION: Be careful to reassemble the belt in the same direction, because it cannot operate backwards. CAUTION : At the end of the procedure, check the alignment of the driving belt, the tension and alignment of the tread belt as described in paragraphs : 8.1. Tensioning a new tread belt ” , 8.3. “ Centering and adjusting the ” and 8.4. Aligning the tread – belt motor drive - belt ”. Figure 7.12 - 15 To remove the shock absorbers: 17. Back off the 2 nuts (o) using a 7 mm wrench, clamping the bolt on the opposite side (p) with a 3 mm hex wrench. 18. Remove the shock absorber (q) . CAUTION: Re - insert the spacers during reassembly. Continued on following page...

96. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.12 Figure 7.5 - 2 LCD inverter (A): 1. Back off the 2 screws ( a) securing the inverter guard to the Display and the 2 screws (b) securing the Inverter board to the guard, using a small Phillips screwdriver. 2. Remove the inverter cover (c) . Figure 7.5 - 3 3. Unplug the 5 connectors indicated in the figure, and remove the Inverter Board (A) . Figure 7.5 - 4 Touch screen control board (B): 1. Unplug the 2 flat c ables (a) and the connector (b) . 2. Back off the 4 screws (c) using a small Phillips screwdriver. 3. Remove the Touch Screen control board (B). Continued on following page...

136. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 8.4 8.4. A LIGNING THE TREAD – BELT MOTOR DRIVE - BELT Figure 8.4 - 1 Carry out the operations up to step (2) of paragraph : 7.10. “ Disassembli ng the motor guard and side uprights ”. 1. Remove the dust guard. 2. Release the spring (a) of the belt tensioning mechanism. 3. Align the motor flywheel (b), using the 4 screws (c) , with the pulley (d) . 4. Align the motor drive - belt by shifting it within the rac es of the pulley (d) . 5. After completing the alignment, re - engage the spring (a) of the tensioning mechanism and lock down the screws (c) of the motor support.

129. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.45 7.14. DISASSEMBLING THE AU TOTRANSFORMER (VER. 110V) Figur e 7.14 - 1 For the operations that follow: turn off the machine and unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.10.1. “ Disassembling the low kit guar d ” and 7.11.1. “ Disassembling the ALE Drive ”. 1. Remove the ferrite (a) from the Driver connecting cable . 2. Disconnect the two connectors (b) and (c) . TIPOLOGY 1 Figur e 7.14 - 2 Before to proceed, place some cartoons or protective stuff to avoid damage the lateral casings and upright of the machine. Turn the equipment on the right side. If the Autotransformer is in the A POSITION , as shown in the figure at the side, carry out as indicated at the procedure: 7.14.1. “ Position A ”. TIPOLOGY 2 Figur e 7.14 - 3 If on the contrary, the Autotransformer is in B POSITION , it is strongly suggested to turn the machine on left side and carry out the procedure : 7.14.2. “ Position B ”. Continued on following page ...

33. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.5 3.2.6. A UDIO /V IDEO EXTERNAL DEVICE CONNECTOR BOARD The board is posi tioned at the bottom of the lower guard of the equipment and makes available some connectors for connecting Audio / Video source and the external display on the base - band of LCD. 3.2.7. J ACK CUFFIE The machine display has one jack for connecting headphones. The j ack is connected on a stereo output of the CPU Board. 3.2.8. S CHEDA C - S AFE ( INTEGRATA ) It 'a function that allows the connection using a appropriate cable for connecting other devices, such as: external PC suitably, programmed to control the machine (speed, level of difficulty, etc ...) 3.2.9. P ORTA USB DI SERVIZIO ( INTEGRATA ) It is used to connect USB keys for updates: High Kit, Low Kit, Digital TV Board, Dual TGS reader and the transfer of Radio and TV channels, from one VISIO device to another. 3.2.10. C APACITIVE T OUCH S CREEN CONTROL BOARD It’s the board that manages the Touch Screen th r ough 2 flat cables and connect it to the CPU board . The board includes the following 2 LEDs indicator: LED name Colour Description LED 1 GREEN It light up when switch ON the machine then imm ediately turn off; it light up again every time you press on the Touch Screen . LED 2 RED If ON the power supply reaches the board . If OFF the power supply does not reach the board . ATTENTION: If the Green LED blinks continuou sly without anyone touching the Touch Screen, this might be because the capacitive Touch Screen control board is affected by interference from either the network supplying the machine, or from other outside sources such as: amplifiers, PCs, USB accessories , etc...

154. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 12.2 12.2. REQUIRED TOOLS The following tools are required for carrying out the various disassembly, adjustment and maintenance action on the machine: • Small Phillips screwdriver; • Medium Phillips screwdriver; • Big Phillips screwdriver; • Small flat Phillips screwdriver ; • Medium flat Phillips screwdriver ; • 8mm wrench; • 10mm wrench ; • 13mm wrench ; • 17mm wrench ; • 3mm Allen - T wrench; • 4mm Allen - T wrench; • 5mm Allen - T wrench; • 6mm Allen - T wrench; • 8mm Allen - T wrench; • Torque wrench, • Scissors. You can order a complete set of hexagonal wrenches consisting of 7 pieces: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 mm. The code to be used is R0003677AA. • Excite Test box (cod. H0003180AA - UK ).

32. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.4 3.2.5. W IRELESS NETWORK BOAR D ( WITHOUT CABLES ) This is a board connected directly to the CPU, which enables the VISIO device to connect to a WLAN (wireless local area network) as an alternative to a wired network. The VISIO device has been constructe d to be compatible with Wi - Fi technology (and in particular with the IEEE 802.11 b/g standard), which offers a theoretical bandwidth capacity of up to 54Mbps over distances dependent on the characteristics of the setting where it is installed. The typical indoor r ange is 30 m (open space): • Standard: IEEE 802. 11b/g • Frequency band: 2.4GHz • Security protocol: WPA/WPA2 or also less recent ones (e.g. WEP ) . The WLAN connection may not guarantee the same performance as a wired network. The advantage of Wi - Fi is the abs ence of cables, but this is also a limitation in terms of protection against interference/disturbance, performance ( the stability of service and bandwidth may be intermittent ) and security ( vulnerability to attacks by hackers) . Where possible, it is in any case preferable to use the wired network. The possibility of using Wi Fi also depends greatly on the type of service/application that is to be used in VISIO. In particular: • Technogym Communicator: usable with suitable Wi - Fi network • IPTV: NOT usable with Wi - Fi network; for this application, use of a wired network is essential . There are 2 different models of Wi - Fi network board used by Technogym, one produced by VIA and the other by Billionton . The 2 boards, are physically different as shown below: VIA model Billionton model Whenever you replace the board with another that is not the same model, you always have to carry out the “ System recovery ” procedure using the Recovery USB stick.

120. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.36 7.12. DISASSEMBL ING THE TREAD BELT, RUNNING DECK AND MOTOR DRIVE - BELT With these operations it is possible to disassemble the following internal components: • Foot rests • Driving roller • Driven roller • Tread belt motor drive - belt • Deck • Tread belt • Shock absorbers • Rear feet • Fro nt feet In order to carry out these operations, it is necessary to slacken the tread - belt tension. If the tread - belt is to be re - used, follow the instructions for its correct re - tensioning in paragraph : 8.2. “ Tensioning a used tread belt ”. Figur e 7.12 - 1 Carry out the operations up to step (5) of paragraph : 7.10. “ Disa ssembling the motor guard and side uprights ” and 7.10.3. “ Disassembling the closing lower guards ”. To remove the foot - rests: 1. Back off the 2 screws (a) using a 4 mm he x wrench. 2. Remove the guard (b) . Figure 7.12 - 2 On either side: 3. Back off the 3 screws (c) using a 4 mm hex wrench. Continued on following page...

80. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.28 Are there sources of electromagnetic noise near the receiv er? Receiv er Board def ectiv e. Replace it. NO 4 The problem does not depend on the equipment YES A Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the correct display SW versi on, according to the “EXCITE SW SMART TABLE” you can find in TG Direct ,“NEWS” section. Check the grounding of the Receiver Board , measuring the resistance value between: a. The ground faston of receiver board and the ground node on the Power supply box of t he machine; b. The ground node on the Power supply box of the machine and the main wall socket. The measured value should be approximately lower than 1Ω (Ohm). Check finally the grounding of the main wall socket, measuring that the following voltages are present: P – N (phase – neutral) = 220Vac / 110 Vac P – G (phase – ground) = 220Vac / 110 Vac N – G (neutral – ground) = 0 Vac (2) Take care of t he following diagram to correctly position the machines : Continued on following page...

150. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 11.2 11.1. ORDINARY MAINTENANCE OP ERATIONS 11.1.1. W ORKING CONDITIONS SE T UP ( D AILY ) 1. Turn off the machine by placing the switch in position 0 (OFF). 2. Unplug the mains lead from the wall outlet. 11.1.2. E XTERNAL CLEANING OPE RATIONS ( D AILY ) 1. Using a cloth moistened with a neutral detergent (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. CAUTION: do not use alcohol, petrol or other chemical products. 11.1.3. I NTERNAL CLEANING OPE RATIONS ( M ONTHLY ) 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, paying particular attention to the tread b elt motor and the electronic circuit boards. ATTENTION : 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. 11.1.4. C HECKING THE “E MERGENCY STOP ” (M ONTHLY ) 1. With the mach ine turned on and moving at a speed of approximately 5 km/h, trip the emergency stop and check that the machine halts, displaying the “PRESS A KEY” message 11.1.5. C OMPLETE OPERATION ( SIX - MENTHLY ) 1. To check that the switch, the tool maintains the reset procedure 2. To check the correct operation of the machine : • get on the machine ; • press the “Quick Start” key to begin the exercise and check that the tread belt motor starts ; • press the right Joystick and check that the tread belt speed varies accordingly ; • press the left Joystick 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 .

151. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 11.3 11.2. EXTRA - ORDINARY MAINTENA NCE OPERATIONS 11.2.1. C HECKING THE OPERATIO N OF THE CARDIOTESTE R 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 variations in the heart rate. 11.2.2. C HECKING THE OPERATIO N OF THE HAND SENSOR RECEIVER 1. Using a separate heart rate monitor, grasp the hand sensors an d 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. 11.2.3. C HECKING THE WORKING CONDITIONS 1. Check that the machine is connected directly to the wall out let, 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 . 11.2.4. C HECKING THE WIRING A ND CONNECTIONS 1. Open all the machine guards. 2. Check the condition of all t he cables: • External conditions; • Possible rusting of the connectors; • Electrical continuity of the individual wires; • Isolation of the individual wires toward ground. 3. Repair and/or replace any non - conforming wires. 4. Check the condition of the fuses using a t ester. 11.2.5. C HECKING THE STATE OF WEAR OF TREAD BELT AND RUNNI NG 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. 11.2.6. C HECKING THE WEAR OF THE MOTOR 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 noisiness of the bearings. Replace in the event of excessive noise .

112. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.28 7.11.2. D ISASSE MBLING THE ELEVATION MICROSWITCH AND THE A UDIO /V IDEO CONNECTORS BOARD (B) Figur e 7.11 - 5 Disassembling the elevation microswitch without ALE Drive: Carry out the procedure described in paragraph : 7.11.1. “ Disassembling the ALE Drive ”. 1. Using a screwdriver, mark the position on the frame of the elevation microswitch support bracket (a) . Figur e 7.11 - 6 2. Back off the 2 bolts (b) using a 10 mm wrench . 3. Unplug the connector (c) if necessary. 4. Remove the elevation microswitch (B) CAUTION: After reassembly, check the position of the microswitch as described in paragraph : 8.5. “ Travel limit microswitch position ”. To reassemble the elevation microswitch, carry out the above steps in reverse order. Figure 7.11 - 7 Disassembling the ele vation microswitch with the machine on one side: Carry out the procedure described in paragraph: 7.10. “ Disassembling the motor guard and side uprights ” up to step (4) . Before to proceed, place some cartoons or protective stuff to avoid damage the lateral casings and upright of the machine. Carefully turn the machine over one side, taking care that the elevation carriage is not touching on the floor then it’s free to move. 1. Remove the R - clip (a) and pull out the pin (b) . Continued on following page...

89. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 7.5 7.3. UPPER GUARD DISASSEM BLY : TGS, USB AND IPOD Figur e 7.3 - 1 Remove the rear Display guard, following the instructions up to step (4) of paragraph : 7.1. “ Disassembling the touch scre en ”. 1. Disconnect the TGS, USB and iPod cables from the CPU board. 2. Back off the 3 screws (a) using a 4 mm hex wrench. 3. Back off the screw (b) using a 10 mm wrench. 4. Remove the upper guard. Figure 7.3 - 2 Pla ce the upper guard on a bench; it is now possible to remove the following components: • Dual TGS reader (X) • USB port (Y) • iPod docking Station (Z) Figure 7.3 - 3 Disassembling the TGS reader (X) : 1. Back off th e 2 screws (a) using a flat blade screwdriver. 2. Remove the TGS reader (b) . Continued on following page...

78. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.26 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the che cks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Place the tester probes across pins 1 and 2 of the HD4 connector of the receiver on CU319 cable. The measured value should be +5Vdc. (2) As at step (2) but on pin 1 and 5 on CN22 conne ctor of the Display Board . (3) Check the correct display SW version, according to the “EXCITE SW SMART TABLE” you can find in TG Direct ,“NEWS” section. Check the grounding of the Receiver Board , measuring the resistance value between: a. The ground faston of r eceiver board and the ground node on the Power supply box of the machine; b. The ground node on the Power supply box of the machine and the main wall socket. The measured value should be approximately lower than 1Ω (Ohm). Check finally the grounding of the main wall socket, measuring that the following voltages are present: P – N (phase – neutral) = 220Vac / 110 Vac P – G (phase – ground) = 220Vac / 110 Vac N – G (neutral – ground) = 0 Vac (4) Check if the receiver has been correctly mounted on the machine, as detail at paragraph: 7.7. “ Disassembling the HS/HR receiver ”. If you replace Display Board, check that its SW version is updated, otherwise install the last versio n.

84. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.32 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by cir cled numbers, which are described in detail below: (1) Check the correct display SW version, according to the “EXCITE SW SMART TABLE” you can find in TG Direct ,“NEWS” section. Check the grounding of the Receiver Board , measuring the resistance value between : a. The ground faston of receiver board and the ground node on the Power supply box of the machine; b. The ground node on the Power supply box of the machine and the main wall socket. The measured value should be approximately lower than 1Ω (Ohm). Check final ly the grounding of the main wall socket, measuring that the following voltages are present: P – N (phase – neutral) = 220Vac / 110 Vac P – G (phase – ground) = 220Vac / 110 Vac N – G (neutral – ground) = 0 Vac (2) Set the HR priority on the receiver boar d on “Hand Sensor”, by positioning the jumper ( JP1 ) on the receiver itself: JP1 CLOSED = Chest strap priority JP1 OPENED = Hand Sensor priority The standard configuration of the receiver is with chest strap priority. (3) Check that : a. The faston of the cab le are well connected to the Hand Sensor plates ; b. The signal continuity of the CU323 cable which connect the Hand Sensor plates to the HD3&2 connectors on the receiver, referring to the paragraph : 2.10. “ Cables ”; c. There is NO continuity between the HS plates and the ground faston on the receiver (otherwise the signal are grounded ).

75. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.23 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take particular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in de tail below: (1) Place the tester probes across pins 1 and 2 of the HD4 connector of the receiver on CU319 cable . The measured value should be +5Vdc. (2) As at step (1) but on pin 1 and 5 on CN22 connector of the Display Board . (3) Check the correct display SW vers ion, according to the “EXCITE SW SMART TABLE” you can find in TG Direct ,“NEWS” section. Check the grounding of the Receiver Board , measuring the resistance value between: a. The ground faston of receiver board and the ground node on the Power supply box of the machine; b. The ground node on the Power supply box of the machine and the main wall socket. The measured value should be approximately lower than 1Ω (Ohm). Check finally the grounding of the main wall socket, measuring that the following voltages are present: P – N (phase – neutral) = 220Vac / 110 Vac P – G (phase – ground) = 220Vac / 110 Vac N – G (neutral – ground) = 0 Vac (4) Check that: a. The faston of the cable are well connected to the H and S ensor plates; b. The signal continuity of the CU323 cable , which connect the HS plates to the HD3&2 connectors on the receiver, using a tester and referring to the paragraph : 2.10. “ Cables ” ; c. There is NO continuity between the H and S ensor plates and the ground faston on the receiver (otherwise the signal are grounded) .

12. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.2 For example, a possible product code would be: D9471WF0000RD00E wh ich is interpreted as follows: D94 7 1 W F 00 00 R D 00 E Machine Type: RUN PERSONAL model: 700 Driver: ALE MET-CE (110V) Display: VISIO WEB Accessories: FULL Frame colour: NONE Upholstery colour: NONE Guard colour: RENAULT GREY TV Standard receiver: DVB-T Language: Multi-Language Pakaging: EUROPE 2.2. S ERIAL NUMBER STRUCTURE The Serial Number , consists of 14 alphanumeric characters arranged as follows: Characters Description key to values 1,2,3,4,5,6, Product type, D947 = Run Personal E = ALE Driver 1 =ALE MET - CE (110V) Driver 2 =ALE MET - CE (220V) Driver C = VISIO W = VISIO WEB 7,8, Year of production, 10 = 2010 9,10,11,12,13,14. Progressive . 000001 For example, a possible product code would be: D9471C10000001

30. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.2 3.2. VISIO WEB DISPLAY OPERATION (H IGH KIT ) 3.2.1. CPU BOARD The Circuit Board includes: a microprocessor, its control logic, a first FLASH EPROM (containi ng the Operating System), a second FLASH EPROM, partitioned in two sections (HD1 and HD2) the first used for the training program of the machine, for storing video and other information/support material , the second partition for saving messages coming from the COMMUNICATOR and a third FLASH EPROM (HD3) used for a back - up process . It is the Circuit Board that connects all components of the display and acts as point of connection to the driver. The main functions of the board are: Manages and process signal s from :  LCD;  LCD Inverter ;  Touch screen control board ;  Capacitive Touch Screen;  TUNER board ;  C - Safe and USB connector board ;  Dual TGS reader ;  User USB port ;  iPod docking station.  Wireless network Board ;  LAN network Board ( integrated );  Emergency button ;  H S/HR receiver ;  Speed Joystick;  Elevation Joystick;  Audio/ Video external device Connectors Board ,  Headphone Jack. Distributes the voltages received from the driver ; Exchanges, via the RS - 485 serial link to the diver, the operating controls . Manage the disp lay of images on the LCD . The board includes the following indicator LED: LED mane Colo u r Description LED 1 GREEN if ON, the +12 Vdc power supply from the Driver correctly reaches the board. 3.2.1.1. BackUp battery The CPU board has a battery that act to maint ain powered the internal clock when the machine is not connected to a power source.

16. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.6 2.7. AMBIENT SPECIFICATIO NS Temperatur e Operating from 10° to 25° C Storage from - 10 to 70° C Humidity Operating from 20% to 90% non - condensing Storage from 20% to 90% non - condensing 2.8. CONFORMITY TO REGULA TIONS EUROPE USA EMI regulations EN61000 - 6 - 1 (2007) EN61000 - 6 - 3 (2007) EN61000 - 3 - 2 (2007) EN61000 - 3 - 3 (2009) - Electrical safety regulations EN 60335 - 1 (2008) UL 1647 FCC 15 Mechanical safety regulations EN957 - 1 (2006) EN957 - 6 (2003) - Directives 2006/42/CE 2004/108/CE 2006/95/CE - Moreover :  Electrical isolation class : Class I ;  Pro tection rating : IP20 .

37. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 3.9 3.12. A LE MET DRIVER OPERATION ( LOW KIT ) 3.12.1. ALE MET DRIVER This is the electronic device that receives the line voltag e and, through a PFC module, it rectifies the voltage to the 400Vdc used to generate the 3 phase voltage for the belt motor. It generates the DC voltages to power up all the other devices of the machine. It’s the 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: it supplies the +12Vdc voltages to the display ; it supplies the tread belt motor with a variable - frequency sinusoidal voltage: varying the freq uency varies the speed of rotation of the motor, and consequently the speed of the tread belt ; it exchanges, over the RS - 485 serial link to the Display Board , the commands for controlling the tread belt and elevation motors; it exchanges, over the RS - 485 s erial 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 . From the outside the following in dicator LEDs are visible: LED name Colo u r Description H6 GREEN +5Vdc ( if ON proper functioning ) H3 GREEN +12Vdc ( if ON proper functioning ) H4 GREEN +24Vdc ( if ON proper functioning ) H5 BLUE 400Vdc ( if ON proper functioning ) The board includes the fo llowing indicator LEDs visible when the driver cover is removed: LED name Colo u r Description ALARM RED If ON indicates that the AT UL 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 funct ioning 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

14. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.4 2.4. MECHANICAL CHARACTER ISTICS MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Length (mm – in) 201 3 mm – 79,3 ” Width (mm – in) 800 mm – 31, 5 ” Height (mm – in) 14 65 mm – 57,7 ” Weight (Kg – lbs) 1 70 Kg – 3 74 lbs Running surface ( W idth .) mm - in 510 mm 20,07 ” Running surface ( depth .) mm - in 1450 mm 57,08” M ax user weight (Kg – lbs) 1 6 0 kg – 353lbs Running surface H from ground 195mm – 7,7” 2.5. DIMENSIONS

17. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.7 2.9. W IRING DIAGRAMS 2.9.1. VISIO WEB AND ALE MET - CE (220V AC ) ALE Driver ALE Boa rd Micro UP/DOWN Motor UP/DOWN Motor Power Supply Box Boa rd Power Supply On/Off Switch J3A TRM54 LED J2 J7 J8 J5 CU317 J1 CU325 CU343 GND Circuit Bracker Filter Circuit Bracker Main Switch Poewr Entry Module CU315 WR233 CU343 Pach. Conn. 1 W6185 Lower casing Connectors board AV IN JACK AUDIO OUT Antenna inlet RJ45 C.N. RJ45 CU389 Ferrite (WR786) DISPLAY LCD CPU Boa rd Inverter CN1 Headphone JACK J5 TOUCH SCREEN CN27 Digita l TUNER Boa rd W I RELESS Boa rd Antenna MAIN (B) Antenna AUX (A) J1 J2 J9 CN2 CN3 J12 FS SConnector Boardi C-SAFE CN6 CN19 CN4 CN17 Eme rg. HW Eme rg. SW CN22 Ca rdio Receiver HS/HR INFERIOR Sensor (Right) INFERIOR Sensor (Left) UPPER Sensor (Left) UPPER Sensor (Right) CU323 UP/DOWN JOYSTI CK (Right) SPEED JOYSTICK (Left) CN31 CN29 CN24 CU321 USB CBQ-32 CU132 Dua l TGS Reader USB CN14 iPOD DOCKING STATION CU167 CN26 Capacitive Touch Screen control Board CN11 J13 CU390 CU342 CU308 Flat CU336 CU391 CU340 LEFT Upright CU350 WB657 CU344 CU403 HD4 HD1 HD 3 & 2 CU342 CU337 CU381 CU341 LAN Power & Serial CU320 C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. Patch Conn . 2 F F CU322 CU392 CU316 CU319 RIGHT Upright CAPTION: C.N. = Connection F = Ferrite GND = Ground

153. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 12.1 12. APPENDI X 12.1. MENU PASSWORD TABLE The configuration menus available and their corresponding access passwords are shown below: PASS WORD LIST Assistenza Service 2501 VisioWEB 2501 Configurazione tecnica; Technical configuration; LED VISIO 2502 Upload/ Network page; VISIO 2503 Scrivi il Serial Number; Write Serial Number; VISIO 2512 Accesso ambiente Windows; Windows screen; VI SIO 2612 Selezione tipo macchina; Machine type selection; VISIO 2411 Troubleshooting; LED VISIO Utente User 2406 VisioWEB 2404 Configurazione IP - TV; IP - TV configuration; VISIO 2405 Configurazione IP - Radio; IP - Radio configuration; VISIO 2406 C onfigurazione Utente + letture Serial Number; User Configuration + Serial number reading; LED VISIO 2407 Sintonizzazione canali Analogici e Digitalli TV; Analog and Digital TV channels tuning; VISIO 2408 Sintonizzazione canali Analogici e Digitalli R adio; Analog and Digital Radio channels tuning; VISIO 2409 Calibrazione Touch Screen; Touch Screen calibration; VISIO 2412 Menù personalizzazione profile utente; Training profile menù (to add and customize personal profiles); LED VISIO 2413 Config urazione Network; Network configuration; VISIO - Configurazione VISIOWEB Bookmarks; VISIOWEB Bookmarks configuration; - The menus NOT detailed in this manual, are described in the VISIO/VISIOWEB manual, since they refe r to the device on the machine.

18. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.8 2.9.2. VISIOWEB AND ALE MET - UT (110V AC ) Lower casing Connectors board AV IN JACK AUDIO OUT Antenna inlet RJ45 C.N. RJ45 CU389 ALE MET Driver ALE MET Board Microswitch UP/DOWN UP/DOWN Motor Power Supply BOX Scheda Filtro Power Supply On/Off Switch Ferrite (WR786) J3A TRM54 LED J2 J7 J8 J5 J1 DISPLAY LCD CPU Boa rd Inverter CN1 Headphone JACK J5 TOUCH SCREEN CN27 Digita l TUNER Boa rd W I RELESS Boa rd Antenna MAIN (B) Antenna AUX (A) J1 J2 J9 CN2 CN3 J12 FS SConnector Boardi C-SAFE CN6 CN19 CN4 CN17 Eme rg. HW Eme rg. SW CN22 Ca rdio Receiver HS/HR INFERIOR Sensor (Right) INFERIOR Sensor (Left) UPPER Sensor (Left) UPPER Sensor (Right) CU323 UP/DOWN JOYSTI CK (Right) SPEED JOYSTICK (Left) CN31 CN29 CN24 CU321 USB CBQ-32 CU132 Dua l TGS Reader USB CN14 iPOD DOCKING STATION CU167 CN26 Capacitive Touch Screen control Board CN11 J13 CU390 CU342 CU319 CU308 Flat CU336 CU391 CU340 RIGHT Upright LEFT Upright GND Circuit Bracker Filtro Circuit Bracker Main Switch Power Entry Module CU315 CU350 WB657 CU344 CU403 HD4 HD1 HD 3 & 2 CU342 CU337 CU317 Patch Conn. 1 AUTOTRANSFORMER F Be lt Motor W6185 F CU381 CU143 CU143 CU343 WR233 CU341 LAN Power & Serial CU320 CU316 CU325 C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. C.N. Patch Conn . 2 F F CU322 CU392 CAPTION: C.N. = Connection F = Ferrite GND = Ground

141. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.3 9.2.1. T ABLE OF CONFIGURATIO N PARAMETERS To correctly display the parameter values, you need to load them from the low kit, using the “Read from low kit” function. After any changes to the parameter values, you need to save them in the low kit using the “Write to low kit” function. Display parameter Unit of measure Description Default values P01 Kmh*10 Default linear speed 8 P02 (Kmh*100)/sec Default acceleration and deceleration 100 P03 %*2 default slope set point 0 P04 Numerical Constant PID proportional gain 7 P05 Numerical Constant PID Integral gain 150 P06 Numerical Constant S Ramp Type 0 P07 on/off Flag DC motor encoder signal alarm action 0 P08 10msec Watchdog serial communication 0 P09 1msec DC motor encoder error timeout 1 cnt = 100 msec 15 P10 on/off Flag signal receiving Sw Emergency and not receiving Emergency Hw 0 P11 mm rol l diameter 74 P12 Numerical constant*100 roller diameter 211 P13 on/off Flag posting warning signal AC motor encoder 0 I.e.  P01 = kmh = 8 / 10 is the 0.8kmh of start, (as if the unit was hundreds of meters times).  P02 = 100 means the acceleration expr essed in kmh/sec is 100 / 100 = 1 where the 100 is the value of the numerator and the denominator is the default 100 of formula. (cents of kmh/sec)  P03moltiplication by two is to take steps to 0.5%, this basically 2 means 1%.  Numerical Constant: P04 - P05 - P0 6 is a pure number, multiplicative constant used by the firmware.  P07, P10, P13 is a Boolean flag, yes or not.  P08 is expressed in tens of msec: if P08 = 100 will be a second.  P12 = 211 means that the transmission ratios is 2.11.

64. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 6.12 6.10. D RIVER ERROR S When the DRIVER detects an error, it stops and interrupts the power supply to the tread b elt and elevation motor. An error code identifying the fault condition is saved in the error history log. In addition, it sends an error status signal to the Display Board via the serial link. Upon receiving this error signal, the Display Board halts the e xercise and shows the “THE EQUIPMENT IS BLOCKED” message on the display. The errors logged by the inverter can also be viewed as described in the relevant paragraph of the Service menu . The following table shows the correspondence between the numbers, cod es and possible solution: Error code Description Possible solution 1/OH OVERHEATING of the heat sinks of the low kit driver and of the PFC. • Check the running belt • Check the running deck • Check the fans • low kit driver 2/OC OVERCURRENT, even if only tempor ary, on the inverter output. • Check the running deck • low kit driver • Check P409 (torque) = 100 - 115 3/UU UNDERVOLTAGE condition, due to an even temporary drop in line voltage. • Bad power distribution line of 110/220 V AC • Voltage NOT constant 4/OU OVERVOLTAG E • Voltage NOT constant • Braking resistor 5/ST SERIAL TIMEOUT, there is no signals exchange between high kit and low kit • Check the serial communication 6/PE EEPROM error: is generated when there is an error detected in the data stored on the Eprom. • low k it Driver 7/EdC1 ELEVATION MOTOR ENCODER error. • Check Up/Down Troubleshooting 8/EdA BELT MOTOR ENCODER error. • Encoder • low kit Driver • Check P409 (torque) = 100 - 115 9/OtM BELT MOTOR THERMAL CUT - OUT open. • Update driver SW • Check motor casing fan • Check t he running belt • Check the belt motor 10/Oli Inverter overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the maximum allowed time (I2t), the maximum permissible threshold for the inverter. - 11/OLm Motor overload caused by a DC current exceeding, for the max imum allowed time (I2t), the maximum permissible threshold for the motor in question. - 12/OLr Braking resistor overload. • Check the resistor=150 Ω • low kit Driver

19. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.9 2.10. CABLES The colour of the cabl es can be changed, refer in particular to the Pin Out. 2.10.1. CBQ C ABLES CBQ32: TGS cable ( Patch conn. – CPU Board ) CPU Board CN19 Signal Colour Patch conn. 1 +12 Vdc power supply Red 8 3 Rx Brown 1 5 Tx Blue 2 9 Gnd Black 6 2.10.2. WB C ABLES WB657: Flat Tuner Board cable ( CPU Board – TUNER Board ) CPU Board J9 Signal TUNER Board J13 1 Capacitive Signal flat ...50 Capacitive Signal flat 2.10.3. AUTOTRA N SFORME R CABLE AUTOTRANSFORMER cable (Autotransformer – ON/OFF Switch – ALE Driver) Autotransformer Signal ON/OFF Switch ALE D river Cable internally connected (PHASE) 110Vac Power Supply 1 (NEUTRAL) 110Vac Power Supply 2 (PHASE) 220Vac Power Supply 1 (NEUTRAL) 220Vac Power Supply 2

11. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.1 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERI STICS 2.1. PRODUCT CODES The machine codes take into account all the possible variants and options available for the products. The machine co de, which does not include the Serial Number, consists of 16 alphanumeric characters arranged as follows: Characters Description key to values 1, 2, 3 , Machine type D 94 = Run Personal 4, Model 7 = 700 5, Power supply type E = 200 - 240V - CE 1 = 100 - 120V – MET CE 2 = 200 - 240V – MET CE 6, Display type C = VISIO W = VISIO WEB 7 , Accessori e s F = Full 8, 9 , Colour of the frame 00 = None 10, 11 , Colour of the upholstery 00 = None 12 , Colour of the guards R = Renault Grey 13 , TV standard receiver D = DVB - T A = ATSC I = ISDB - T 14, 15 , Language 00 = Visio 16 . Type of packaging I = Italy E = Europe S = Overseas International U = Overseas US / JP Continued on following page...

23. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.13 CU325: Power Supply cable (Power Supply / ON - OFF Switch / ALE Driver) ON - OFF Switch Signal Colour Power Supply ALE Driver J1 Faston 1 PHASE Brown light socket - Brown 1 Faston 2 NEUTRAL Blue light socket - Blue - 2 Eyelet GND Yellow/Green light socket - CU3 36 : LCD inverter ( CPU Board – LCD Inverter ) CPU Board CN1 Signal Colo u r LCD Inverter CN1 11 +12 Vdc Power Supply IN Black 1 1 GND Black 2 ( * ) 4 ON - OFF Black 3 3 GND Black 4 12 +12Vdc B lack 5 ( * ) 2 Save - lamp Black 6 5 GND Black 2 ( * ) 10 +12Vdc Black 5 ( * ) ( * ) = Apply two wires on the same contact.

13. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.3 2.3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICAT I ON TECNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Equipment power requirement: E = CE (200 - 240V) 50 - 60Hz ( It is advisable 16A dedicated socket each machine ) 1 = MET CE (100 - 120V) 50 - 60Hz ( It is advisable 20 A dedicated socket each machine ) 2 = MET CE (200 - 240V) 50 - 60Hz ( It is advisable 16A dedicated socket each machine ) Power Engine : 2, 4 5 HP (AC) – 1 8 00 Watt Energy consumption : 150 0W VISIO Stand - by consumption : 141,2 VA Speed (Km/h – mph) : 0,4 Km/h - 18 Km/h ± 5% ( up to 2Km/h ± 0,1Km/h) M ax incline : 0 - 15 % ± 1% HR m onitoring : Hand sensor, Telemetry Calorie Coach : YES Runner Detection System: YES Wellness System : YES Training Set up: CRP, Training zone, Distan ce , Default profile , Personal Km/h, Personal min/h, F itness Test , Weight Loss . Total number of program: Q u ick - Start, Goal, CPR, Profile 6 +12 customizable , Customer Speed, Custom Pace, Interval Training , Training Zone, Weight Loss Sub maximal test : Fitness test Language available: Italian, UK English, U.S. English, German, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Danish

5. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 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 REP AIR PROCEDURES ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 1.2 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERI STICS ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 2.1 2.1. P RODUCT CODES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 2.1 2.2. S ERIAL N UMBER STRUCTURE ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 2.2 2.3. T ECHNICAL SPECIFICATI ON ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 2.3 2.4. M ECHANICAL CHARACTERI STICS ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 2.4 2.5. DIMENSIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 2.4 2.6. PACKI NG D IMENSIONS E UROPE AND O VERSEAS ................................ ................................ .............................. 2.5 2.7. A MBIENT SPECIFICATION S ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 2.6 2.8. C ONFORMITY TO REGULAT IONS ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 2.6 2.9. W IRING DIAGRAMS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 2.7 2.9.1. VISIOWEB and ALE MET - CE (220Vac) ................................ ................................ ................................ 2.7 2.9.2. VISIOWEB an d ALE MET - UT (110Vac) ................................ ................................ ................................ 2.8 2.10. C ABLES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 2.9 2.10.1. CBQ Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 2.9 2.10.2. WB Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 2.9 2.10.3. AUTOTRANSFORMER cable ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 2.9 2.10.4. CU Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 2.10 2.10.5. TRM Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 2.17 2.10.6. Other cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 2.17 3. PRINCIPLES OF OPERAT ION ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 3.1 3.1. B LOCK DIAGRAM : H IGH K IT AND L OW K IT ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 3.1 3.2. VISIOWEB DISPLAY OPERATION (H IGH K IT ) ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 3.2 3. 2.1. CPU board ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 3.2 3.2.1.1. BackUp battery ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 3.2 3.2.2. LCD inverter ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 3.3 3.2.3. Digital/Analog tuner board ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 3.3 3.2.4. LAN network board (integrated) ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.3 3.2.5. Wireless network board (without ca bles) ................................ ................................ ............................... 3 .4 3.2.6. Audio/Video external device connector board ................................ ................................ ....................... 3.5 3.2.7. Jack cuffie ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3.5 3.2.8. Scheda C - Safe (integrata) ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 3.5 3.2.9. Porta USB di servizio (integrata) ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 3.5 3.2.10. Capacitive Tou ch Screen control board ................................ ................................ ................................ . 3.5 3.3. H AND S ENSOR AND CARDIO REC EIVER ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3.6 3.4. J OYSTICK ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 3.6 3.5. E MERGENCY S TOP ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 3.6 3.6. B ELT MOTOR ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 3.7 3.7. E LEVATION MOTOR ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.7 3.8. L IMIT SWITCH ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 3.7 3.9. I P OD DOCKING STATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 3.8 3.10. C LIENT USB PORT ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 3.8 3.11. D UAL TGS READER ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.8 3.12. ALE MET DRIVER OPERATION (L OW K IT ) ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 3.9 3.12.1. ALE MET driver ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 3.9 3.12.2. ALE power supply box ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 3.10 3.12.3. Supplementary power supply ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.10 3.13. A UTOTRANSFORMER ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 3.10

6. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page ii 3.14. T READ BELT MOTOR DRIV E ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 3.11 3.14.1. Mechanics ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.11 3.14.2. Controls ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.11 3.14.3. The signals involved ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 3.12 3.15. E LEVATION MOTOR DRIVE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 3.13 3.15.1. Mechanics ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.13 3.15.2. Control ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 3.13 3.15.3. Reset pro cedure ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 3.14 3.15.4. The signals involved ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 3.15 3.16. E MERGENCY STOP SIGNAL MANAGEMENT ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 3.16 3.16.1. Control logic ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 3.16 3.16.2. The signals involved ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 3.17 4. ACCESSORIES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 4.1 4.1. C ARDIO THEATER CONNEC TION ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 4.1 4.2. M ONITOR PLUG FOR C - S AFE PORT ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 4.2 4.3. U P G RADE VISIOWEB ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 4.2 4.3.1. VISIO vs VISIOWEB ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 4.2 4.3.2. VISIOWEB upgrade kit ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 4.2 5. INSTALLATION INSTRUC TIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 5.1 5.1. S PECIFICATIONS AND RE QUIREMENTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 5.1 5.2. M OVING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 5.2 5.3. I NSTALLATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 5.2 5.4. F IRST POWER - ON ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 5.3 5.5. CHECK THE CORRECT OP ERATION OF THE MACHI N E ................................ ................................ ............................ 5.3 5.6. R ECOMMENDED AERIAL AN TENNA REQUIREMENTS ................................ ................................ ............................ 5.4 6. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 6.1 6.1. T ROUBLESHOOTING MENU ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 6.2 6.2. T HE DISPLAY STAYS OFF ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 6.3 6.3. N O AUDIO SOUND ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 6.7 6.4. N O TV PICTURE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 6.7 6.5. T HE TOUCH SCREEN DOES NOT WORK / IT ’ S NOT CALIBRATED ................................ ................................ ............ 6.7 6.6. T HE RADIO DOES NOT PLAY ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 6.7 6.7. T HE I P OD DOES NOT WORK ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 6.8 6.8. T HE DISPLAY SHOWS “PRESS A KEYS / TOUCH THE SCREEN” ................................ ................................ . 6.10 6.9. “THE EQUIPMENT IS LOCKED (COM)” MESSAGE ON DISPLAY ................................ ................................ . 6.11 6.10. D RIVER ERRORS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 6.12 6.11. T READ BELT MOTOR IS J ERKING ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 6.14 6.12. “GRADIENT NOT WORKING” MESSAGE ON THE DISPL AY ................................ ................................ .......... 6.15 6.13. T HE MACHINE D OES NOT READ THE TGS KEY ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 6.18 6.14. T HERE IS NO HEART RAT E SIGNAL ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 6.20 6.14.1. Hand sensor ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 6.20 6.14.2. Chest belt ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 6.24 6.15. T HE TELEMETRIC HEART RATE SIGNAL IS INCOR RECT ................................ ................................ ....................... 6.27 6.15.1. Chest b elt ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 6.27 6.15.2. Hand Sensor ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 6.31 7. PART DISASSEMBLY ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 7.1 7.1. D ISASSEMBLING THE TOU CH SCREEN ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 7.1 7.2. D ISASSEMBLING THE LCD ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 7.3 7.3. U PPER GUARD DISASSEMB LY : TGS, USB AND I P OD ................................ ................................ ........................... 7.5 7.4. D ISASSEMBLING THE DIS PLAY ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 7.8 7.5. D ISASSEMBLING THE DIS PLAY BOARDS AND COMP ONENTS ................................ ................................ ............... 7.11 7.6. D ISASSEMBLING THE EME RGENCY STOP ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 7.16 7.7. D ISASSEMBLING THE HS/HR RECEIVER ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 7.17 7.8. D ISASSEMBLING THE H AND S ENSOR ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 7.18

7. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page iii 7.9. D ISASSEMBLING THE CEN TER HANDLEBAR AND JO YSTICK ................................ ................................ ................ 7.19 7.10. D ISASSEMBLING THE MOT OR GUARD AND SIDE UP RIGHTS ................................ ................................ ................. 7.20 7.10.1. Disassembling the low kit guard ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 7.20 7.10.2. Disassembling the side uprights: ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 7.22 7.10.3. Disassembling the closing lower guards ................................ ................................ .............................. 7.25 7.11. D ISASSEMBLING THE LOW ER COMPONENTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 7.26 7.11.1. Disassembling the ALE Drive ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 7.27 7.11.2. Disassembling the elevation microswitch and the Audio/Video connectors board (B) ........................ 7.28 7.11.3. Disassembling the power supply box (C) ................................ ................................ ............................. 7.31 7.11.4. Disassembling the elevation motor (D) ................................ ................................ ................................ 7.32 7.11.5. Disassem bling the Tread belt motor (E) ................................ ................................ ............................... 7.34 7.11.6. Disassembling the belt tensioner (F) ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 7.35 7.12. D ISASSEMBLING THE TRE AD BELT , RUNNIN G DECK AND MOTOR DRI VE - BELT ................................ ................... 7.36 7.13. D ISASSEMBLING THE FRO NT WHEELS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 7.43 7.14. D ISASSEMBLING THE A UTOTRANSFORMER (V ER . 110 V ) ................................ ................................ .................. 7.45 7.14.1. Position A ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 7.46 7.14.2. Position B ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 7.47 8. ADJUSTMEN TS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 8.1 8.1. T ENSIONING A NEW TREA D BELT ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 8.1 8.2. T ENSIONING A USED TRE AD BELT ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 8.2 8.3. C ENTERING AND ADJUSTI NG THE BELT ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 8.3 8.4. A LIGNING THE TREAD – BELT MOTOR DRIVE - BELT ................................ ................................ .............................. 8.4 8.5. T RAVEL LIMI T MICROSWITCH POSITI ON ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 8.5 8.6. T HE MACHINE IS NOT FL AT ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 8.6 9. EQUIPMENT CONFIGURAT ION ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 9.1 9.1. U SER MENU CONFIGURATI ON ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 9.1 9.2. S ERVICE MENU CONFIGUR ATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 9.2 9.2.1. Table of configuration pa rameters ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 9.3 9.2.2. Register Addr. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 9.4 9.2.2.1. Read from low kit ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 9.4 9.2.2.2. Register Value ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 9.4 9.2.2.3. Write to low kit. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 9.4 9.2.3. Inverter parameters ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 9.5 10. UPDATING THE SW ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 10.1 11. SCHEDULED MAINTENANC E ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 11.1 11.1. O RDINARY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 11.2 11.1.1. Working conditions set up (Daily) ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 11.2 11.1.2. External cleaning operations (Daily) ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 11.2 11.1.3. Internal cleaning operations (Monthly) ................................ ................................ ............................... 11.2 11.1.4. Checking the “Emergency stop” (Monthly) ................................ ................................ ......................... 11.2 11.1.5. Complete operation (six - menthly) ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 11.2 11.2. EXTRA - O RDINARY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ................................ ................................ ............................. 11.3 11.2.1. Checking the operation of the cardiotester receiver ................................ ................................ ............ 11.3 11.2.2. Checking the operation of the hand sensor receiver ................................ ................................ ............ 11.3 11.2.3. Checking th e working conditions ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 11.3 11.2.4. Checking the wiring and connections ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 11.3 11.2.5. Checking the state of wear of tread belt and running deck ................................ ................................ .. 11.3 11.2.6. Checking the wear of the motor roller ................................ ................................ ................................ . 11.3 11.2.7. Checking the state of wear of the driving roller ................................ ................................ ................... 11.4 11.2.8. Checking the shock absorbers ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 11.4 11.2.9. Checking the tread belt motor drive - belt ................................ ................................ .............................. 11.4 11.2.10. Checking and centering the tread belt ................................ ................................ ................................ . 11.4 12. APPENDIX ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 12.1 12.1. M ENU PASSWORD TAB LE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 12.1

144. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.6 M_I 0 100 “Dig input 1 cfg “ 0 0 M_I 100 112 “Dig output 1 cfg“ 3 3 M_I 420 147 “Out by serial en“ 0 0 M_I 500 150 “Encoder enable " 1 1 M_I 501 151 “Encoder ppr " 720 720 M_I 502 152 “Enc channels cfg" 1 1 M_I 503 153 “Enc spd mul fact" 1.00 100 M_I 504 154 “Enc update time " sec 0.0 0 M_I 603 158 “Ser answer delay" msec 1 1 M_I 604 159 “Serial timeout " Sec 0.00 0 M_I 605 160 “En timeout alm " 1 1 M_F 20 305 “Max ref freq “ Hz 115.0 1150 M_F 21 306 „Min ref freq „ Hz 0.0 0 M_F 201 329 “Acc time 1 “ sec 30.00 3000 M_F 202 330 “Dec time 1 “ Sec 30.00 3000 M_F 250 337 “Ramp S - shape “ Sec 0.0 0 Continued on following page ...

27. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.17 2.10.5. TRM C ABLES TRM 54: UP / DOWN micro cable ( ALE driver – UP/DOWN Micro ) ALE Driver J6 Signal Colo u r COM 1 NC 2 3 GND White - faston 8 Re f erence B rown faston - 2.10.6. O THER CABLES CU350 : USB cable Touch Screen interface Board (CPU Board – Touch Screen interface Board ) CPU Board CN11 Signal Colour Touch Screen interface Board 1 +5v Red 1 2 USB - White 2 3 USB+ Black 3 4 - 5V Green 4 5 - 5V Shield Blu e 5 WR233: Elevation motor cable ( Elevation motor – ALE driver ) Elevation motor Signal Colour ALE driver J7 Cable internally connected +12 Vdc Power supply Black 1 - 12 Vdc Power supply Black 2 n.c. - 3 GND Black 4 +5 Vdc Power supply Red 5 OUT impul si White 6 W6185: Belt motor cable ( ALE driver – Belt motor ) ALE driver J5 Signal Colo u r Belt motor 1 U Nero 1 Cable internally connected 2 V Nero 2 3 W Nero 3 4 t h erm al + Nero 4 5 thermal - Nero 5 6 Gnd Nero 6

20. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.10 2.10.4. CU C ABLES CU132: TGS signal cable ( Patch conn. – TGS Dual reader ) Patch conn. Signal Colo u r TGS Dual reader CN1 8 +12 Vdc power supply Black 2 1 RX Green 1 2 TX Black 4 6 GND Black 5 CU167: iPod signal cable (CPU Board – Docking Station) Scheda CPU CN26 Signal Colore Docking Station 1 +V bus USB Black 14 2 GND bus USB Black 13 3 TX - RX Black 11 4 RX – TX Black 12 5 CTS Black 10 6 +5Vdc Black 9 7 GND Black 8 8 GND Black 7 9 Video Gnd Black 6 10 Video signal Black 5 11 Audio L Gnd Black 4 12 Audio L signal Black 3 13 Audio R signal Black 2 14 Audio R Gnd Black 1 CU308: U ser USB port cable (CPU Board – USB Port ) CPU Board CN14 Signal Colo u r USB Port 1 +5v Red 1 2 USB - White 2 3 USB+ Black 3 4 GND Green 4 5 Shield Blu e 5

146. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.8 M_A 0 1200 "PID mode " 1 1 M_A 50 1209 "PID Prop gain 1 " 0.07 7 M_A 51 1210 "PID Int tconst 1" 1.50 150 M_A 56 1215 "PID high limit " % 8.0 80 M_A 57 1216 "PID low limit " % - 8.0 - 80 M_ A 100 1219 "Set Linear speed" Km/h 0.0 0 M_A 101 1220 "Set Acc Dec " Km/h/sec 1.00 100 M_A 102 1221 "Set Incline ref " %*2 0 0 M_A 105 1222 "Def Linear speed" Km/h 0.8 8 M_A 106 1223 "Def Acc Dec " Km/h/sec 1.00 100 M_A 107 1224 "Def Incline r ef " %*2 0 0 M_A 110 1225 "Pulley Ratio " 2.00 200 M_A 111 1226 "Roller Diameter " mm 91 91 M_A 115 1227 "DCMot EncTimeout" Msec 100 100 M_A 116 1228 "Fan command dly " sec 30 30 M_A 117 1229 "ACMot EncToller." 50 50 M_A 118 1230 "Check RunnerBa nd" % 10 10 M_A 119 1231 "Check RunnerSpd " Km/h 5.0 50 M_A 120 1232 "Curr clamp thr " % 200 200 M_A 121 1233 "Check RunnerDly " sec 60 60 Tab le 9 - 1

26. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.16 WR786: Ferrite group (AUDIO / VIDEO cable and headphone low guard cable ) CU391: A UDIO / VIDEO signal cable ( CU342 cable – low guard ) CU342 Signal Colo u r Audio/Video IN Connectors Board 1 n. c. - 1 2 In L White 2 3 GND in L Sheath 3 4 In R Red 4 5 GND in R Sheath 5 6 In VIDEO Yel low 6 7 GND in VIDEO Sheath 7 8 n. c. - 8 CU340: Audio/Video OUT headphone cable (CU390 cable – low guard Headphone Jack) CU390 Signal Colo u r Headphone Jack 1 Out_R Green 1 2 Shield Yellow / Green Eyelet 3 GND Brown 2 4 Out_L White 4 CU403: USB cabl e / C - Safe (CPU Board – USB & C - Safe connector board ) CPU Board CN6 Signal Colo u r Connector board J13 1 Vcc Orange 1 2 Vcc Orange 2 3 USB - White 3 4 USB+ Brown 4 5 Shield (GND) Black 5 6 GND Black 6 7 GND Black 7 8 Af_+bvdc_csafe Blu e 8 9 Af_+bvdc_c safe Blu e 9 10 Rxd1_in Red 10 11 Rxd1_in Yellow 11 12 Cts1_in Yellow 12 13 GND Black 13 14 GND Black 14

25. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.15 CU342: AUDIO / VIDEO signal cable (CU391 cable – C PU Board ) CU391 Signal Colo u r CPU Board CN27 1 n. c. - 1 2 In L White 2 3 GND in L Sheath 3 4 In R Red 4 5 GND in R Sheath 5 6 In VIDEO Yellow 6 7 GND in VIDEO Sheath 7 8 n. c. - 8 CU343: Secondary switch LED cable ( ALE driver – LED Secondary swit ch ) ALE driver J 2 Signal Colo u r Additional LED switch 1 17,5 Vcc Brown - 2 GND White - CU344: Emergen cy “A” cable (CPU Board – Hardware reed contact / Software) CPU Board CN22 Signal Colo u r Hardware Emergency Software Emergency 1 SW Emergency White - 1 2 GND_DIG Brown 2 2 3 HW Emergency Green 1 - CU389: LAN cable ( CU319 cable – Low guard connector ) CU319 Signal Colo u r LAN 1 LAN Signal White / Green 1 2 LAN Signal Verde 2 3 LAN Signal White/Orange 3 4 LAN Signal Blue 4 5 LAN Signal White/Blue 5 6 LAN Signal Orange 6 7 LAN Signal White/Brown 7 8 LAN Signal Brown 8 CU390: Jack Audio OUT ( CU340 cable – CU341 cable ) CU340 Signal Colo u r CU341 1 Out_R Green 1 2 Schield Yellow / Green 2 3 GND Brown 3 4 Out_L White 4

24. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.14 CU337: Display LCD power supply cable ( CPU Board – LCD Display ) CPU Board CN 2 Signal Colo u r LCD Display CN ( A ) 5 Vcc LCD Black 1 6 Vcc LCD Black 2 11 Vcc LCD Black 3 17 Schield Black 7 20 RxE3+ Black 8 22 RxE3 - Black 9 26 RxEc+ Black 10 28 RxEc - Black 11 14 RxE2+ Black 12 16 RxE2 - Black 13 23 GND Black 14 8 RxE1+ Black 15 10 RxE1 - Black 16 24 GND Black 17 2 RxE0+ Black 18 4 RxE0 - Black 19 19 Rx03+ Black 20 21 Rx03 - Black 21 25 Rx0c+ Black 22 27 Rx0c - Black 23 29 GND Black 24 13 Rx02+ Black 25 15 Rx02 - Black 26 7 Rx01+ Black 27 9 Rx01 - Black 28 1 Rx00+ Black 29 3 Rx00 - Black 30 CU341: Audio OUT cable (CPU Boar d – Display Headphone Jack / CU390 cable ) CPU Board J5 Signal Colo u r Display headphone Jack CU390 1 Out_R Red 4 - 2 GND Black 5 - 3 GND Black - 3 4 Out_L White 1 - - Out_L White 2 4 - Out_R Red 3 1

21. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.11 CU317: Power s u pply cable/ Run Personal signal (Patch Conn. 1 – ALE Driver/Power Supply) Patch Conn. 1 Signal Colour ALE Driver J3A Power Supply 1 D+ 485 Black 1 - 2 GND +12V Black 2 - 3 n.c. Black 3 - 4 n.c. Black 4 - 5 D - 485 Black 5 - 6 Vcc 12V Black 6 - 7 n.c. Black 7 - 8 n.c. Black 8 - 9 Ext. Emergency Black 9 - 10 Ext Emergency resto ration Black 10 - 11 Vcc 12V Suppl. Black - 2 12 GND 12V suppl. Black - 1 CU319: Run Personal signal power supply cable (CPU Board – CU317 cable /LAN ) CPU Board CN17 Signal Colo u r Patch. Conn. 1 1 GND + 12V Black / Grey 2 2 n.c. - - 3 n.c. - - 4 EXT E mergency White 9 5 GND 12V suppl. Black 12 6 D - 485 White 5 7 Vcc 12V Red / Orange 6 8 n.c. - - 9 Vcc 12V suppl. Red 11 10 Ext Emergency restoration Blu e 10 11 n.c. - - 12 D+ 485 Brown 1 CPU Board CN4 Signal Colour RJ45 1 LAN White / Green 1 2 LAN G reen 2 3 LAN White / Orange 3 4 LAN Blu e 4 5 LAN White /Blu e 5 6 LAN Orange 6 7 LAN White / Brown 7 8 LAN Brown 8 - Signal Colour - - Eyelet GND Yellow/Green yellow Faston Blue Faston

22. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 2.12 CU321: Central handlebar cable ( C a rdio receiver / Joystick R – L – Patch Conn. 2 ) Patch Conn. 2 Signal Colo u r Cardio Receiver HD4 Joystick ( R ) Joystick ( L ) 1 Joy. 1 Black - - 2 2 Joy.2 Black - - 1 3 GND Black - - 3 4 GND Black 1 - - 5 +5Vdc Black 2 - - 6 Joy.2 Black - 1 - 7 Joy.1 Black - 2 - 8 GND Black - 3 - 9 C ardio CH. 1 Black 3 - - 10 n. c. - - - - CU322: Central handlebar cable ( Patch Conn. 2 – CPU Board ) CPU Board Patch Conn. 2 Signal Colo u r CN24 ( Cardio Receiver ) CN31 Joystick ( R ) CN29 Joystick (L ) 1 Joy. 1 Black - - 4 2 Joy. 0 Black - - 2 3 GND Bl ack - - 1 4 GND Black 6 - - 5 +5Vdc Black 1 - - 6 Joy. 3 Black - 4 - 7 Joy. 2 Black - 2 - 8 GND Black - 1 - 9 Cardio CH. 1 Black 5 - - 10 n.c. - - - - CU323: Hand Sensor cable ( Cardio receiver Board – ( R ) Hand Sensor – ( L ) Hand Sensor ) Cardio rece iver Board HD3&2 Signal Colo u r Hand Sensor ( R ) faston Hand Sensor ( L ) faston 1 Right hand signal input. White UP - - - 2 Right hand contact ref. Brown - DOWN - - 3 Shield GND White - - - - 4 Left hand signal input. White - - UP 5 Left hand contact re f. Brown - - - DOWN 6 Shield GND White - - - -

145. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.7 M_P 20 404 "Mains voltage " V 220 220 M_P 21 405 "Mains frequency " Hz 60 60 M_P 40 406 "Motor rated curr" A 7.0 70 M_P 41 40 7 "Motor pole pairs" 2 2 M_P 42 408 "Motor power fact" 0.78 78 M_P 43 409 "Motor stator R " Ohm 1.00 100 M_P 44 410 "Motor cooling " 1 1 M_P 45 411 "Motor thermal K " Min 30 30 M_P 61 413 "Max out voltage " V 230 230 M_P 62 414 "Base frequency " Hz 60.0 600 M_P 100 419 "Slip compensat " % 90 90 M_P 101 420 "Slip comp filter" sec 0.3 3 M_P 120 421 "Manual boost [%]" % 6.0 60 M_P 122 423 "Auto boost en " 1 1 M_P 140 424 "Magn curr gain " % 3.0 30 M_P 160 425 "Osc damping gain" % 10 10 M_P 180 426 "SW clamp enable " 1 1 M_P 260 444 "Motor OL prot en" 1 1 M_P 261 491 "Inv Prot Mode " 1 1 M_P 280 445 "Brake res OL en " 1 1 M_P 281 446 "Brake res value " Ohm 150 150 M_P 282 447 "Brake res power " Kw 0.05 5 M_P 283 448 "Br res t hermal K" sec 160 160 M_P 340 462 "Undervoltage thr" % 50 50 M_P 460 478 "Const speed tol " Hz 0.5 5 M_P 461 479 "Const speed dly " Hz 0.1 1 M_P 500 482 "Switching freq " 9 9 M_P 540 485 "Out Vlt auto adj" 0 0 M_P 560 486 "Deadtime cmp lev" 8 8 M_P 561 487 "Deadtime cmp slp" 35 35 M_C 0 800 "Save parameters " Off 0 M_C 1 801 "Recall param " Off 0 M_C 2 802 "Load default " Off 0 M_C 20 803 "Alarm clear " Off 0 M_C 200 807 "Reset AC Flag " Off 0 M_C 201 808 "Reset DC Flag " Off 0 Continued on following page ...

143. RUN PERSONAL: Service & maintenance manual - rev. 3.1 Page 9.5 9.2.3. I NVERTER PARAMETERS Menu Code Ipa Descrizione Unità Keypad Default Keypad Default Seriale M_d 0 1 “Output frequency” Hz 0.00 0 M_d 1 2 “Frequency ref” Hz 0.00 0 M_d 2 3 “Output current” A 0.0 0 M_d 3 4 “Output voltage” V 0 0 M_d 4 5 “DC link voltage” V 400 400 M_d 5 6 “Power factor” 1.00 100 M_d 6 7 “Power [kW]” kW 0.00 0 M_d 20 57 “Actual speed” Km/h 0.0 0 M_d 21 58 “Actual incline user” %*2 0 0 M_d 22 59 “Actual ENC1 pos” cnt 0 0 M_d 23 60 “Crossed distance” Km/h 0.00 0 M_d 25 62 “Flag status” 0b 0 M_d 26 63 “Actual ENC2 pos” cnt 0 0 M_d 27 64 “Ac tual speed from Fenc” Km/h 0.0 0 M_d 30 70 “Reserved” M_d 31 72 “TimeOut Ck Pr” sec 0.0 0 M_d 32 73 “Conter Ck Pr” 0 0 M_d 51 11 “Drive OL” % 0.0 0 M_d 52 12 “Motor OL” % 0.0 0 M_d 53 13 “Brake res OL” % 0.0 0 M_d 100 14 “Dig inp status” 0b 0 M_d 150 20 “Dig out status” 0b 0 M_d 151 21 “Drv dig out sta” 0b 0 M_d 152 22 “Vir dig out sta” 0b 0 M_d 300 35 “EncPulse/Sample” 0.000 0 M_d 301 36 “Encoder freq” Hz 0.00 0 M_d 302 37 “Encoder speed” Hz 0.00 0 M_d 400 41 “PID reference” % 0.0 0 M_d 401 42 “PID feedback” % 0.0 0 M_d 402 43 “PID error” % 0.0 0 M_d 403 44 “PID integr comp” % 0.0 0 M_d 404 45 “PID output” % 0.0 0 M_d 800 46 “Error 1” 0 0 M_d 801 47 “Error 2” 0 0 M_d 802 48 “Error 3” 0 0 M_d 803 49 “Error 4” 0 0 M_d 950 5 0 “Drive rated cur” A 10.0 100 M_d 951 51 “SW version 1 \ 2” 02.00h 200h M_d 952 52 “SW version 1 \ 2” 00.80h 80h M_d 957 71 “Drive type” 2 2 Continued on following page ...

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