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1. UNITY SELF Technical Service Guide R EV . 1.1 (M ARCH 2014)

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35. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.9 The suggested class is displayed on the UNITY SELF Homepage as shown below... Figure 8.3 - 4

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2. The information in this manual is intended for QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL, who have been specifically trained by TECHNOGYM and are qualified to carry out fine - tuning and start - up of the equipment, as well as major maintenance work and repairs, requiring in - depth understanding of the equipment, how it works, its safety devices and maintenance procedures. READ ALL THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY SERVICE WORK ON THE EQUIPMENT DANGEROUS VOLTAGES WARNING: The information contained in this document may be changed without prior notification. Technogym does not issue guarantees of any kind regarding this material. Technogym will not be held responsible for any errors contained herein or for any accidental damage or damage consequent to the supply, services or use of this material. This document contains proprietary i nformation that is covered by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Technogym. Technogym™ is a trademark owned by Technogym S.p. A. UNITY SELF ™ is a trademark owned by Technogym S.p.A.

41. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 9.1 9 CONFIGURING THE HIGH KIT SW For the SERVICE and USER menus, refer to the USER INTERFACE manual, available on TG DIRECT.

32. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.6 Figure 8.2 - 3 The suggested programme is highlighted with the "suggested" icon. Select REMOVE on the page to remove the class or sport from the Homepage. The suggested programme is displayed on the UNITY SELF Homepage as shown below... Figure 8.2 - 4

45. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 11.1 11 TOOLS TO BE USED The tools listed in the TG SERVICE TOOLS BOX LIST, available on TG DIRECT, are required to perform all dismantling, adjustment and maintenance operations on the equipment.

43. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 10.1 10 UPDATING THE HIGH KI T SW For the SERVICE and USER menus, refer to the USER INTERFACE manual, available on TG DIRECT.

34. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.8 Figure 8.3 - 2 Figure 8.3 - 3 The suggested programme is highlighted with the "suggested" icon. Select REMOVE on the page to remove the class or sport from the unity Self Homepage. Con tinued on the next page ...

48. 0SM00901AA - IT TECHNOGYM S.p.A. Via G. Perticari, 20 - 47035 Gambettola (FC) - Registered office Via Calcinaro, 2861 - 47522 Cesena (FC) - Operational Headquarters ITALY Tel.: +39 - 0547 - 650638 Fax: +39 - 0547 - 650150

21. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 5.3 5.4 MESSAGE: “THE SERVIC E IS CURRENTLY NOT A VAILABLE. PLEASE TRY AGAIN LAT ER.” An error message is displayed when the network connection is not available. Figure 5.4 - 1 This message appears when: • an attempt is made to access the network but it is not available or incorrectly set. • Network - related problems arise related to the “ mywellness ” service when the device is working.

24. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 6.2 Figure 6.1 - 3 4. Remove the cover as explained above. 5. Unscrew the fuse holder. 6. Remove the fuse ( T5A – 250V ). Repeat the above operations in the reverse order to reassemble the low kit.

6. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 1.2 1.3 GENERAL REGULATIONS REGARDING SERVICE WO RK 1. Always mark components or positions which might easily be confused with each other during re - assembly. 2. Use original Technogym spare parts and recommended brand lubricants. 3. Use special tools when specified to do so. 4. Consult the Technical Newsletters as they might contain more up - to - date details on regulation and servicing procedures compared to those in this manual. 5. Before undertaking any work, check that the recommended tools are available and that they are in good condition. 6. With regard to the procedures given in this manual, only use the tools that have been indicated. To ol sizes in this manual are expressed in mm.

38. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.12 8.5 SETTING THE SCREEN S AVER The operator can customize the screen saver with a sequence of personal images or videos and a customized message. 1. Access CLUB ; 2. Select KIOSK SETTINGS; 3. Select CUSTOMIZATION. Figure 8.5 - 1

39. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.13 8.6 MANAGING THE APPS VI A TECHNOGYM APP STOR E The operator can view the Apps installed in the App Store for Unity Self: • Access App Store; • Select Unity Self for the Equipment Category Uninstall the Apps not used (e.g. if no class is available, the Classes app can be uninstalled so that it is no longer visible on the UNITY SELF Homepage); Enter the specific App and press UNI NSTALL to uninstall it. Some Apps cannot be uninstalled. Figure 8.6 - 1 Figure 8.6 - 2

5. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 1.1 1 GENERAL WARNINGS 1.1 INTRODUCTION This document has been prepared specifically for Technogym After Sales Service with the aim of providing authorised personnel with the information for carrying out maintenance and repair operations in the correct manner. A thorough understanding of the technical data contained herein is absolutely fundamental in order for the operator to achieve the highest level in professional trai ning. To make the text more readily understandable, the paragraphs have illustrations and diagrams which highlight the specific subject matter. This manual includes informative notes with specific meanings: ATTENTION: regulatio n which may lead to injury if not complied with. WARNING: regulation which may cause damage to the equipment if not complied with. Information regarding the operation in progress. Detail regarding the operation in progress. 1.2 USEFUL ADVICE Technogym advises you to plan your technical assistance task in the following way: • Carefully assess the impressions reported by the Customer regarding the equipment's operating faults and ask questions suitable to clarify the signs of the defect. • Be clear in your diagnosis of the reasons for the fault. You can pick up the basic theory from this manual, but this needs to be bolstered by your own personal experience and by taking part in the training courses organised periodically by Technogym. • Plan the repair work in a rational manner so as to avoid wasting any time, e.g. collecting spare parts, preparing tools and equipment etc. • Gain access to the part that needs to be repaired and limit yourself to the essential operations. On this point, it will be extremely helpful if you consult the dismantling sequences shown in this manual.

30. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.4 8.1.1.1 Tile Display Rules The Classes Timetable tile is displayed only if the operator has set it via pro.mywellness.com . Figure 8.1 - 3 In the PRESCRIBE scenario, the Classes tile is shown as a sequence of images of classes availabl e in the facility. The Classes Timetable and Classes tiles are exclusive. Therefore: if the club has set the timetable, the Classes tile appears as Classes Timetable . CLASSES TILE VS. CLASSES TIMETABLE configurations Figure 8.1 - 4

40. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.14 Some Apps (e.g. Club Area/Aspirations/Training Programmes ) are visible on Unity Self ONLY if the operator has purchased their license: • CLUB AREA Tile: visible only with active COMMUNICATOR license; • ASPIRATIONS Tile: visible only with active PROFILE license; • TRAINING PROGRAMMES Tile : visible only with active SELF license. If the operator selects the Apps (that require a license) for which he/she has NEVER purchased a license, when the DOWNLOAD button is pressed a pop - up appears with a message warning him/her that the application requires a license. If the opera tor selects the Apps for which the license has EXPIRED , when the DOWNLOAD button is pressed a message is displayed warning him/her that the license must be renewed. Figure 8.6 - 3

29. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.3 8 CONFIGURATION AND CU STOMIZATION 8.1 CLASSES TIMETABLE This function is valid for Free Account (Mywellness Start) i.e.: the client has connected the equipment to the Cloud but has not purchased a license. It is available if the license is purchased. If the operator has set the classes timetable on pro.mywellness.com , the user, Anonymous and Logged in on UNITY SELF, sees the Classes Timetable tile on the Homepage with the Classes starting at the club. Figure 8.1 - 1 Figure 8.1 - 2

31. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.5 8.2 SUGGESTED TRAINING P ROGRAMMES The operator can suggest his/her own training programmes on the UNITY SELF Homepage on pro.mywellness.com. Valid for the SELF license: 1. The operator must enter the SELF section; 2. Training Programme Figure 8.2 - 1 3. Access the program LEVEL (the level increases according to experience, e.g. 1 - 2 - 3....etc.) for every type of workout; 4. Select Add to suggested . Figure 8.2 - 2

36. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.10 8.4 CONFIGURING EXERCISE S, CLASSES AND SPORT S IN THE FACILITY The operator can specify which Exercises, Classes and Sports must be displayed in their Tiles on the Unity Self Homepage on pro.mywellness.com. Figure 8.4 - 1 Figure 8.4 - 2 Figure 8.4 - 3 This function is valid for Free Account (Mywellness Start) i.e. the client has connected the equipment to the Cloud but has not purchased a license. It is available if the license is purchased. 1. Access the CLUB; 2. Select TRAINING ; 3. Select EXERCISES ; 4. Select MAKE AVAILABLE for each Class, Exercise or Sport you wish to make visible in the relative applications on Unity Self or select HIDE to not display them. Figure 8.4 - 4

33. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 8.7 8.3 SUGGESTED CLASSES AN D SPORTS The operator can suggest Classes and Sports on the Unity Self Homepage on pro.mywellness.com. This function is valid for Free Account (Mywellness Start) i.e.: the client has connected the equipment to the Cloud but has not purchased a license. It is available if the license is purchased. 1. Access the CLUB; 2. Select TRAINING ; 3. Select EXERCISES ; 4. Filter t he exercises by “No equipment” - > “ Activities ” Figure 8.3 - 1 5. Access the Class or Sport you wish to promote and select Add to suggested . Continued on the next page ...

9. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.3 2.5 PRODUCT AND MECHANIC AL CHARACTERISTICS EXCITE ARTIS Power supply 100÷240 Vac/50 - 60Hz Fuses T5A - 250V Weight 25 kg 30 kg 2.6 OVERALL DIMENSIONS O F THE EQUIPMENT Model HEIGHT (H) LENGTH (L) DIAMETER Ø ARTIS 139 cm 42 cm EXCITE 119 cm Ø 43 cm

20. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 5.2 5.1 THE EQUIPMENT CANNOT READ THE TGS & NFC R EADER For the following menu, refer to the USER INTERFACE manual, available on TG DIRECT. 5.2 THE DISPLAY REMAINS BLANK Description of problem: Possible cause: Components involved: What to do: The Display remains blank The power supply socket does not power the Low Kit. Power supply socket and external cable. Input module (socket and fuses). LK power supply cable. Check the power supplies. Check the voltage at the power supply socket (220 VAC or 110 VAC). Replace the fuses. No voltage reaches the Display. LK and HK connection cable. Check the power supplies. Replace the cable. The Display is blank Display. Replace the display.

16. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 3.2 3.2 UNITY DEVICES 3.2.1 C - SAFE BOARD This board provides a connector for communication between the outside world and compatible C - Safe devices, for example: Cardio Theater players. This connector is located on the back of the display. This connector can be interfaced with an external PC to program the FLASH memory, using a special cable. 3.2.2 NFC BOARD ( PROXIMITY SENSOR ) The NFC board is put on the rear of the front protection (false keyboard), near the NFC / Wellness Cloud logo. With this device it is possible to interface with smartphones equipped with NFC technology. 3.2.3 TGS R EADER This device permits interaction of the equipment with the MyWellness Cloud digital platform . It reads TGS and MyWellness Keys used by users to perform their workouts, by means of the s pecial MyWellness Cloud digital platform programmes. The dual reader makes it possible to read using the Mifare technology. 3.2.4 S TAND - BY LED This LED flashes when the equipment is started during the boot - up and whenever the LCD display is switched of to redu ce energy consumption. When the LCD display is switched on, the LED is always switched off. 3.2.5 B ACK - U P B ATTERY There is a battery on the Main Board which powers the internal clock when the equipment is not connected to a power outlet. 3.2.6 W I - F I M ODULE : 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n Wi - Fi module 3.2.1 USB PORT Used for connecting USB devices and updating the High Kit.

28. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 7.2 7.2 DEFAULT SELF CONFIGU RATION The SELF configuration is mainly divided into 5 environments: • Suggested Programmes; • Classes; • Exercises; • Results; • Sports ( Outdoor Activities ). This configuration allows the users to display: the suggested Training Programmes, the Classes, Exercises and Sports app lications. On pro.mywellness.com the operator can: 1. Promote the suggested training programmes on the Homepage; 2. Set the Classes timetable; 3. Promote the suggested Classes on the Homepage; 4. Configure Classes, Exercises and Sport in the Facilities. Figure 7.2 - 1

17. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 4.1 4 INSTALLATION INSTRUC TIONS 4.1 MINIMUM ANTENNA SIGN AL REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS All information about minimum antenna signal requirements is given in the "INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS" manual that can be downloaded via TG DIRECT in section: MISCELLANEOUS DOC. 4.2 SPECIFICATIONS AND R EQUIREMENTS 1. The equipment must be installed on a flat, vibration - free surface. 2. The environment mu st not be dusty or sandy. 3. The humidity and temperature working requirements specified must be met. 4. The equipment must not be placed near heat sources, electromagnetic interference sources (televisions, motors, antennas, high voltage lines, home appliances, etc.) or medical equipment. 5. The socket and other devices on the dedicated line must be correctly sized according to the required 16A load. 6. The socket must be earthed. 7. The earth cable and/or neutral wire must not be shared. 8. The ratio between the length and section of the system cables must ensure a max. voltage drop of 4% of the nominal value at full load (see table below) on the socket. 9. Lay the power - supply cord of the equipment so it cannot cause tripping. 4.3 INSTALLATION 1. The equipment is shipped partially m ounted in a package. Follow the assembly procedure given in the "User and Maintenance Manual" provided with every machine. Carry out the assembly operations indicated on the instruction sheet attached to each item of equipment. 2. Connect the power supply cab le to the equipment. 3. Connect the power supply cable to mains power outlet socket. 4.4 INITIAL START - UP After completing the installation procedure the equipment is ready for being switched on. Simply move the main switch from position 0 to position 1 to turn the equipment on.

23. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 6.1 6 DISMANTLING PARTS 6.1 DISMANTLING LOW KIT AND FUSE Figure 6.1 - 1 Switch off the equipment and take the power supply plug out of the wall socket. 1. Unscrew the 4 screws (A) with a medium Philips screwdriver. 2. Remove the cover. Figure 6.1 - 2 3. The following parts can now be accessed: • The input module ( B ) ; • The double USB and LAN (C) ; • The box with the power supply unit ( D ) . The (C) board should be not present, but the features do not vary . Repeat the above operations in the reverse order to reassemble the low kit. Continued on the next page ...

25. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 6.3 6.1.1 D ISMANTLING THE P OWER S UPPLY U NIT Figure 6.1 - 4 To remove the Power Supply Unit: 1. Unscrew the 2 screws (E) with a small Philips screwdriver. Figure 6.1 - 5 2. Disconnect the fastons shown in the figure on the side from the power supply unit terminal block. 3. Remove the power supply unit. Repeat the above operations in the reverse order to reassemble the low kit. 6.1.2 D ISMANTLING THE M ODULES Figure 6.1 - 6 To dismantle the external device input board: 1. Disconnect the cables shown in the figure on the side. 2. Unscrew the 2 screws g with a small Philips screwdriver. Repeat the above operations in the reverse order to reassemble the low kit.

4. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected]ym.com Page ii 7.1 D EFAULT PRESCRIBE C ONFIGURATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 7.1 7.2 DEFAULT SELF CONFIGURATION ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 7.2 8 CONFIGURATION AND CU STOMIZATION ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 8.3 8.1 C LASSES T IMETABLE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 8.3 8.2 S UGGESTED TRAINING PR OGRAMMES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 8.5 8.3 S UGGESTED C LASSES AND S PORTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 8.7 8.4 C ONFIGURING E XERCISES , C LASSES AND S PORTS IN THE F ACILITY ................................ ................................ . 8.10 8.5 S ETTING THE S CREEN SAVER ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 8.12 8.6 M ANAGING THE APP S VIA T ECHNOGYM APP STORE ................................ ................................ ..................... 8.13 9 CONFIGURING THE HIGH KIT SW ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 9.1 10 UPDATING THE HIGH KI T SW ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 10.1 11 TOOLS TO BE USED ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 11.1

27. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 7.1 7 PRESCRIBE & SELF CON FIGURATIONS The display language can be divided into two macro groups: • BLUE = User NOT logged in; • ORANGE = User LOGGED IN. 7.1 DEFAULT PRESCRIBE CO NFIGURATION The PRESCRIBE configuration is mainly divided into 4 environments: • Classes, • Exercises; • Results; • Sports (Outdoor Activities ). This configuration allows the users to display the Classes , Exercises and Sports applications. On pro.mywellness.com the operator can: 1. Configure Classes, Exercises and Sports in the Facility. 2. Set the Classes timetable; 3. Promote the suggested Classes on the Homepage; Figure 7.1 - 1

8. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.2 2.3 COMPLIANCE WITH REGU LATIONS EUROPE USA Power supply 100÷240 Vac/50 - 60Hz Fuses T5A 250V EMI EN 55022 EN 55024 61000 - 3 - 2 61000 - 3 - 3 UL 60950 Electrical Safety EN 60950 Directives 2006/45/EC 2004/108/EC Height 115 cm 46 inch Platform diameter 43 cm 17 inch Weight 25 kg 55 lb 2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS Temperature In operation from 5° to 35°C In storage from - 10° to 70°C Dampness In operation from 30% to 80% without condensation In storage from 5% to 85% without condensation

26. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 6.4 6.2 DISMANTLING THE HIGH KIT Figure 6.2 - 1 Switch off the equipment and take the power supply plug out of the wall socket. 1. Unscrew the 4 screws (A) with a medium Philips screwdriver. 2. Lower the cover (B) . Figure 6.2 - 2 3. Disconnect the connectors. 4. Unscrew the 4 screws (C) with a 4mm hex key. 5. Remove the High Kit (D) and take it to the workbench. Figure 6.2 - 3 6. Unscrew the self - tapping screws with a medium Philips screwdriver. 7. Remove the TGS and USB module (E) . 8. Remove the NFC module (F) . Repeat the above operations in the reverse order to reassemble the low kit.

15. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 3.1 3 OPERATING PRINCIPLE 3.1 UNITY DISPLAY 3.1.1 M AIN BOARD (M IDDLEBOARD ) Main board (Middleboard): this is the control board for the cardio receiver and the interface board for all the peripheral devices. In fact, all the electrical wiring and connections of the equipment are hooked up to this board. It also includes a microcontroller, the software of which can be updated (middleboard update) using a USB flash drive or Asset management tools. 3.1.2 CPU M ODULE This is a module (standard Q7 format) which contains the equipment's “heart” and intelligence. It has an eMMC memory where the operating system and the software version of the application that can be updated by USB flash drive or asset manager reside. 3.1.3 TS C ONTROLLER TS control board to which the flat cables of the TS are connected. 3.1.4 B LUETOOTH M ODULE Bluetooth v.4 .0 module board, dual mode compliant (classic & low energy master mode). This module permits surfing of smartphone contents using the Touch Screen of UNITY. 3.1.5 T HE BOARD CONTROLS • RS - 485 serial line; • CPU Module; • The LCD Display; • The TV Tuner (NOT enabled); • FM Radio (NOT enabled); • Headphone jack with microphone; • NFC reader to exchange data with smartphone devices • TGS reader to exchange data with TGS key and MyWellness Key • C - Safe board; • WiFi and LAN network connections; • USB port (audio, video and photo content s);

10. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.4 2.7 PACKAGING DIMENSIONS Figure 2.7 - 1 2.7.1 E XCITE HEIGHT (H) LENGTH (L) WIDTH (W) ITA 1200 mm 514 mm 514 mm EU / OS 1200 mm 514 mm 514 mm 2.7.2 A RTIS HEIGHT (H) LENGTH (L) WIDTH (W) ITA 1430 mm 500 mm 500 mm EU / OS 1430 mm 500 mm 500 mm

19. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 5.1 5 TROUBLESHOOTING The troubleshooting procedures are guided via flowcharts. The following standards have been adopted to read them more easily: INIZIO This box is the starting point where the troubleshooting procedure BEGINS. Typically the type of problem is described in these boxes. Decisione This box is a phase of the troubleshooting procedure where a check must be performed. Typically the type of CHECK to perform is detailed in this box. A positive (YES) or negative (NO) answer is obtained according to the check results. Azione This box is a phase of the troubles hooting procedure where an ACTION must be performed. Typically the type of ACTION to perform, which should solve the problem, is detailed in this box. At the end of this ACTION it is therefore advisable to: 1. Check whether the problem has been solved; 2. If t he problem persists, keep following the procedure from the last step before the action was performed. Nota Clarification regarding the operation in progress or others that will follow. 1 When a box appear near the procedure box with a circled number like the one shown here in the figure: at the end of the flow chart a detailed explanation is given as to what has to be done for the check or action described inside the box. A A box with a circled letter like the one here in the figure highlights a point of the procedure that is typically used in the page change for continuity. BEGIN Decision Action Note

7. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.1 2 TECHNICAL SHEETS 2.1 PRODUCT CODING Machine coding takes into account all possible versions and options available for the products. The machine code, which does NOT contain the Serial Number , is made up of alphanumerical characters structured as follows: Characters Description 1,2, Type o f product, E = Unity Self 3,4, Model 04 = ARTIS 02 = EXCITE 5,6. Frame Colour; BW = Artis Brown AL = Aluminium Structured as follows: E 04 BW 2.2 SN STRUCTURE The Serial Number consists of alphanumerical characters structured as follows: Characters Description E Type of product, UNITY SELF 04 / 02 Model ARTIS/ EXCITE V13 - - 14 Year of production, 2014 000001 Progressive - The label on the machine is as follows (e.g. UNITY SELF ARTIS):

11. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.5 2.8 SPECIFICATIONS ANONYMOUS LOGGED IN DEFAULT (no configuration) CONFIGURED Self Prescribe Self Prescribe Mywellness n.a. n.a. Yes Yes Yes Yes Suggested TPs Programmes suggested by Technogym Programmes suggested by the operator Yes No No No Suggested classes or exercises n.a. classes suggested by the operator Yes Yes No No Classes Timetable/ Classes Technogym Classes Classes Timetable configured by the operator Yes Yes Yes Yes Training programmes Technogym programme library Custom programme library Yes No Yes Yes Aspirations n.a. n.a. Yes Yes Yes Yes Club Area n.a. n.a. Yes Yes Yes Yes Exercises Default exercises Exercises configured by the operator Yes Yes Yes Yes Results n.a. n.a. Yes Yes Yes Yes Sport Technogym Sport Sports configured by the operator Yes Yes Yes Yes Biometrics n.a. n.a. Yes Yes Yes Yes Languages n.a. n.a. Yes Yes No No

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UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page i S ummary 1 GENERAL WARNINGS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 1.1 1.1 I NTRODUCTION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1.1 1.2 U SEFUL ADVICE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 1.1 1.3 G ENERA L REGULATIONS REGARD ING SERVICE WORK ................................ ................................ ......................... 1.2 2 TECHNICAL SHEETS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 2.1 2.1 P RODUCT C ODING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 2.1 2.2 SN S TRUCTURE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 2.1 2.3 C OMPLIANCE WITH REGUL ATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 2.2 2.4 E NVIRONMENTAL CHARACT ERISTICS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 2.2 2.5 P RODUCT AND M ECHANICAL C HARACTERISTICS ................................ ................................ ............................... 2.3 2.6 O VERALL DIMENSIONS OF THE EQUIPMENT ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 2.3 2.7 P ACKAGING DIMENSIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 2.4 2.7.1 Excite ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 2.4 2.7.2 Artis ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 2.4 2.8 S PECIFICATIO NS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 2.5 2.9 W IRING D IAGRAM ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 2.6 2.10 C ABLES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 2.7 2.10.1 CU Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 2.7 3 OPERATING PRINCIPLE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 3.1 3.1 UNITY D ISPLAY ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.1 3.1.1 Main board (Middleboard) ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 3.1 3.1.2 CPU Module ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 3.1 3.1.3 TS Controller ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 3.1 3.1.4 Bluetooth Module ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 3.1 3.1. 5 The board controls ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 3.1 3.2 UNITY D EVICES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.2 3.2.1 C - SAFE board ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 3.2 3.2.2 NFC board (proximity sensor) ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3.2 3.2.3 TGS Reader ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3.2 3.2.4 Stand - by LED ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 3.2 3.2.5 Back - Up Battery ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 3.2 3.2.6 Wi - Fi Module: ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 3.2 3.2.1 US B port ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.2 4 INSTALLATION INSTRUC TIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 4.1 4.1 M INIMUM ANTENNA SIGNA L REQUIREMENTS AND S PECIFICATIONS ................................ ................................ .... 4.1 4.2 S PECIFICATIONS AND R EQUIREMENTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 4.1 4.3 I NSTALLATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 4.1 4.4 I NITIAL START - UP ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 4.1 5 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 5.1 5.1 T HE EQUIPMENT CANNOT READ THE TGS & NFC R EADER ................................ ................................ ................ 5.2 5.2 T HE D ISPLAY REMAINS BLANK ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 5.2 5.4 M ESSAGE : “T HE SERVICE IS CURREN TLY NOT AVAILABLE . P LEASE TRY AGAIN LATER .” ................................ .... 5.3 6 DISMANTLING PARTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 6.1 6.1 D ISMANTLING L OW K IT AND F USE ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 6.1 6.1.1 Dismantling the Power Supply Unit ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 6.3 6.1.2 Dismantling the Modules ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 6.3 6.2 D ISMANTLING THE H IGH K IT ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 6.4 7 PRESCRIBE & SELF CON FIGURATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 7.1

13. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.7 2.10 CABLES The colour of the cables may change: in particular, refer to the Pin Out. 2.10.1 CU C ABLES CU680: TGS Myfare - NFC Cable (NFC / TGS) NFC Signal Colour TGS 1 +12VDC_RFID Red 1 2 Dgnd Black 2 3 rs232_RFID_TX White 3 4 rs232_RFID_RIGHT Brown 4 CU584: Headphone Jack / Microphone Cable (Display Board / Headphone - Microphone) Display Board Signal Colour Headphone jack 1 Audio HP Right White 26 2 GND ext Black 23 3 AUDIO HP Left Yellow 22 4 GND ext Sheath (SCH) 24 5 MIC - Input White 21 6 Anthphone fm Sheath (SH) 25 9 HPhone detect Blue 28 CU704: Unity Display - Power - supply unit Cables (Display - Power - supply unit Board) Display Board Signal Colour Power - supply unit 2 +12V Red FUSE 3 dgnd Black tag 4 dgnd Black - 6 dgnd Black - 9 +12V Red - 10 +12V Red FUSE 11 dgnd Black tag 14 +12V Red - Faston GND Yellow/Green Faston

14. UNITY SELF: Technical Service Guide - rev. 1.1 e - mail: [email protected] Page 2.8 CU740: Unity Display and Peripheral Devices Cable (Display Board – TGS - NFC / C - SAFE/USB 1/ USB2 - 3 ) Display Board Signal Colour (NFC / TGS) C - Safe USB 2 (High Kit) USB 1 (Low Kit) USB 3 (Low Kit) 11 Rs232_RFIND_TX Green 3 - - - - 12 Rs232_RFIND_RX Brown 2 - - - - 13 dgnd Black 8 - - - - 14 +12VDC_RFID Red 1 - - - - 15 dgnd Black - 7 - - - 20 Rs232_CSAFE_CTS Yellow - 4 - - - 21 Rs232_CSAFE_TX White - 2 - - - 22 Rs232_csafe_RX Brown - 3 - - - 23 dgnd Black - 5 - - - 24 +8VDC_CSAFE Red - 1 - - - 25 GND - Sheath (USB 3) SCH - - - - SCH 26 GND - Sheath (c - safe) SCH - SCH - - - 27 Dm_USB3 c - safe White - - - - 2 28 Dm_USB3 c - safe Black - - - - 4 29 Dp_USB3 c - safe Green - - - - 3 30 +Vbus_USB3_c - safe Red - - - - 1 31 Dm_USB2 User Green - - 2 - - 32 Dgnd_USB2 User Brown - - 4 - - 33 Dp_USB2 User Yellow - - 3 - - 34 +Vbus_USB2 User White - - 1 - - 35 GND - Sheath (USB1) SCH - - - - - 36 GND – Sheath (USB2 - User) SCH - - - SCH - 37 Dm_USB1_RFID White - - 2 - - 38 Dgnd_USB1_RFID Black - - 4 - - 39 Dp_USB1_RFID Green - - 3 - - 40 +Vbus_USB1_RFID Red - - 1 - - CU663: Power Cable (Power - supply unit – Mains Socket) Power - supply unit Signal Colour Input socket Frame GND Faston supply voltage White Faston - Faston supply voltage Black Faston - Faston supply voltage Yellow/Green Faston - - Main earth Yellow/Green tag Faston

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