Hj 720ITC Advanced Pocket Pedometer

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The Walking style IV uses a highly accurate 3D sensor to help you track your steps and how many calories you may burn. It automatically detects your active, brisk steps from your normal walking routine.
Push a thin, pointed object such as the end of an unbent paperclip into the “System Reset” recession on the back of the pedometer near the battery compartment. The clip will reach a button that tells the pedometer to perform a complete system reset of all stored data.
Press the RESET Button for more 2 seconds. All the data (number of steps, number of aerobic steps, minutes for aerobic steps, calories, and distance) for the current day will be reset to 0. The data stored in the memory for the previous days will not be deleted.
Press the “Memo/up arrow” button until the correct stride length is indicated on the screen, in feet and inches. If your stride length was 16 inches, you should have 1.04 displayed on the screen. Press “Set” when you`ve arrived at the correct number.
How does a wearable fitness tracker measure steps? A wearable tracker continuously senses the movements of the body on a 3 axis accelerometer. The data is recorded all the time it is worn and powered up, which enables the tracker to trace if the individual is walking forward, running fast, or even standing still.
These results are also only valid at the walking speeds tested (2-4 miles per hour). The pedometers may not be as reliable at extremely slow walking speeds. In fact, recent research shows the Omron HJ-720ITC to lose its accuracy at extremely slow walking speeds, such as in chronic heart failure patients.
As the battery runs down, you may see flaky readings—counting too few or too many steps. If you have been using the pedometer for a few months without a problem, this may cause newly inaccurate readings. If it is a new pedometer, try changing the battery to see if that corrects the problem.
A simple way to calibrate the device, that is to determine if it is accurately counting all the steps, is by walking and counting. Simply walk for some time and manually count the number of steps you take, and compare this to the number that is displayed on the pedometer.
The measurements for each day (steps, distance walked, calories burned and aerobic steps) are automatically stored in memory and reset to 0 at midnight (0:00) each day.
Select a starting point and mark it; then walk normally for ten paces and mark the end. Measure the length with the tape measure and record the result. Divide the result by twelve to give you the number of inches in each step. Repeat this procedure for a brisk walk, a jog and a run.
An average person has a stride length of approximately 2.1 to 2.5 feet. That means that it takes over 2,000 steps to walk one mile and 10,000 steps would be almost 5 miles. A sedentary person may only average 1,000 to 3,000 steps a day. For these people adding steps has many health benefits.
How do I know if my pedometer is accurate? Set your pedometer to 0, and then walk and count off 100 steps to determine if your pedometer is accurate. Remember that it`s accurate if the error is within 10% of your count (90-110 steps if you walk 100 steps).
We recommend the Omron Platinum automatic home blood pressure monitor thanks to its clinical accuracy and advanced features: Works for unlimited users when paired with the Omron app. Stores up to 100 readings per user. Has an adjustable cuff.
If you want a device that`ll accurately measure your steps and distance, monitor your heart rate, and track calories burned (plus a whole lot of other health data), Fitbit`s Versa 3 is our top choice.
What is Normal Blood Pressure: 120 over 80 and under. A blood pressure of less than 120mmHG for the systolic and less than 80mmHG for the diastolic is considered normal blood pressure.
You`re using the wrong-sized cuff

The most common error when using indirect blood pressure measuring equipment is using an incorrectly sized cuff. A BP cuff that is too large will give falsely low readings, while an overly small cuff will provide readings that are falsely high.

What does 10,000 steps look like? Ten thousand steps equates to about eight kilometres, or an hour and 40 minutes walking, depending on your stride length and walking speed. But that doesn`t mean you have to do it all in one walk.
If you wear a fitness tracker on your wrist and you move your arms around (even if you aren`t taking any steps) the sensor detects accelerations, which may be counted as steps. Hence steps for napkin folding (confessed by a waitress), drum playing, and more.
A pedometer counts a person`s steps. Most pedometers work by sensing vibration and the swinging motion of the hips that happens whenever a person walks or runs. This is the main reason they`re worn on or near the waist: they are actually measuring the movement that happens in the leg sockets with each step.
A pedometer uses a mechanical sensor to calculate a user step based on the acceleration fluctuations throughout the walking cycle. You can monitor the length of your usual stride which you can convert into distance.
So what you can do is simply declare a int variable “i” , and use this variable in the OnData function as “i+=1”, and use this “i” as steps count and you can reset it by simply using the setState method as “i = 0”, thus reseting the step count.
The measurements for each day (steps, distance walked, calories burned and aerobic steps) are automatically stored in memory and reset to 0 at midnight (0:00) each day.
A pedometer app is a step-tracking platform you download on a smartphone. It records steps via a GPS tracker or built-in sensors on your phone. To count steps, your phone needs to be in a pocket, bag, or in your hand.

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Pedometer instruction booklet online
ANSWER : You can get the manual on link below. If not the right one please give the whole model #


I have a sportline 345 pedometer. I replaced the
ANSWER : I was looking for instructions for a different model when I found the instructions for the 347 here:

I have a Sportsline Electronic Pedometer 350 aprox 8 years old, I lost the battery, can someone tell what size battery it takes.
ANSWER : It takes a 1154 which is hard to find but there are substitutes available. Here’s a link to 1 on EBay. You can also google “battery 1154”

Need an instruction manual for a Walking Style Omron Pedometer HJ-113
ANSWER : Have solved the problem,thankyou

Instructions for setting pedometer by sportline
ANSWER : Go to sportline.com.click on your model and you can download instructions

I have sportline 350 electronic pedometer it needs abattery i need to know which size to by
ANSWER : The CR2032

My daughter threw away the manual that shows how the functions work on this pedometer. I need to know where I can find a manual or instruction book for it?
ANSWER : I have searched for you with no success. But there is a chance. Contact the company and they should be able to help you.http://www.sportline.com/