2 Contents 1. GETTING STARTED... 3 Get to Know Your Polar F Enter Basic Settings BEFORE EXERCISE... 5 Wear the Transmitter DURING EXERCISE... 6 Record Your Exercise... 6 Functions During Exercise AFTER EXERCISE... 8 Exercise Summary... 8 Summary File Totals File Data Communication SETTINGS Heart Rate Limits Sound Watch User Unit CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION Caring for Your Heart Rate Monitor Precautions Troubleshooting Technical Specification Guarantee and Disclaimer... 24
3 1. GETTING STARTED Get to Know Your Polar F4 1. START/STOP/OK: Start and stop heart rate measurement Enter the menu and confirm selections Move back to the main mode from Summary and Totals Press and hold to return to Time mode Activate the backlight Switch the alarm and snooze off 2. NEXT/SET: Move in the menu and selection lists to adjust values Snooze the alarm for 10 minutes Press and hold to Switch the Keylock on/off Switch the Target zone alarm on/off in the Exercise mode The transmitter sends the heart rate signal to the wrist unit. The transmitter consists of the transmitter unit and elastic strap. Getting Started 3
4 Enter Basic Settings 1. Press OK twice to activate your Polar F4. 2. SETTINGS is displayed. Press OK. 3. TIME MODE? Select 24 h or 12 h time mode by pressing SET. Press OK to confirm your selection. 4. TIME OF DAY Adjust minutes and hours. In the 12 h time mode, select AM or PM, first. 5. SET DATE In 24 h time mode: dd.mm.yy. In 12 h time mode: mm.dd.yy. 6. UNIT Select kilograms and centimeters (kg/cm) or pounds and feet (lb/ft). 7. WEIGHT Enter your weight. 8. HEIGHT Enter your height. 9. AGE Enter your age. 10. SEX: Select FEMALE or MALE. 11. SETTINGS OK is displayed. The Polar F4 enters Time mode. The digits run faster if you press and hold SET. Release the button at the desired value. 4 Getting Started
5 2. BEFORE EXERCISE Wear the Transmitter Wear the transmitter to measure heart rate. 1. Attach one end of the transmitter to the elastic strap. 2. Adjust the transmitter s strap length to fit snugly and comfortably. Secure the strap around your chest, just below the chest muscles, and buckle the strap to the transmitter. 3. Lift the transmitter off your chest and moisten the two grooved electrode areas on the back. Check that the wet electrode areas are firmly against your skin and that the Polar logo is in a central, upright position. Before Exercise 5
6 3. DURING EXERCISE Record Your Exercise 1. Wear the transmitter and wrist unit. Press START to begin recording exercise data. Preferably, there should be no other heart rate monitors nearby (within 1m / 3ft), to avoid interference. If your display reads 00/--, heart rate signal is not being received. Bring the wrist unit up to your chest near Polar logo. This will prompt the wrist unit to begin a new search for the heart rate signal. 2. Your heart rate and the framed heart symbol will appear in a few seconds. The frame around the heart symbol indicates that your heart rate is coded. A heart without a frame indicates a non-coded heart rate transmission. 3. To activate the heart rate zone alarm, press and hold NEXT. 4. Press STOP to stop recording. SUMMARY is automatically displayed. Each result is displayed for 3 seconds. 6 During Exercise
7 Functions During Exercise Press NEXT to browse the following information: Heart Rate Exercise calories Heart rate Duration Heart rate limits Exercise duration Fitness Bullets Fitness bullets. There are six fitness bullets. Each represents 10 minutes in the target heart rate zone. Time of day Heart Touch To illuminate the display, bring the wrist unit close to the Polar logo on the transmitter. During Exercise 7
8 4. AFTER EXERCISE Exercise Summary Press STOP to cease recording of exercise data. SUMMARY is automatically displayed. DURATION Exercise duration IN ZONE Exercise time in the target zone AVG. HR Average heart rate of the exercise session (bpm) 8 After Exercise
9 MAX HR Maximum heart rate of the exercise session CALORIES Calories expended during the exercise session (Cal/Kcal) For more facts and know-how to enhance your training, visit Polar Article Library. After Exercise 9
10 Summary File You can review your latest exercise information in the Summary file. 1. In the Time mode, press NEXT. SUMMARY is displayed. 2. Press START to start reviewing the the data. DATE is displayed. 3. Press NEXT for the following exercise information: DATE Exercise session date DURATION Exercise session duration IN ZONE Exercise time in target zone AVG. HR Average heart rate of the exercise session MAX HR Maximum heart rate of the exercise session CALORIES Calories expended during the exercise session Totals File You can review cumulative exercise information in Totals file. 1. Starting from the Time mode, press NEXT twice. TOTALS is displayed. 2. Press START to review data. TOT. TIME is displayed. 3. Press NEXT for the following exercise information: TOT. TIME Total exercise time and the beginning date. TOT. CAL Total calorie expenditure and the beginning date. COUNT Total number of all exercise sessions and beginning date. Press OK. SUMMARY is displayed. Proceed to the Totals file by pressing NEXT or return to Time mode by pressing and holding START. 10 After Exercise
11 Data Communication Your Polar fitness heart rate monitor offers you the option of editing and transferring settings easily from your PC to your wrist unit via the Polar UpLink Tool TM. You can download the software free of charge at To use the UpLink Tool, your computer must be equipped with a sound card and dynamic loudspeakers or headphones. For further instructions, see After Exercise 11
12 5. SETTINGS Heart Rate Limits 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed. 2. Press START twice. LIMIT SET and LIMITS are displayed. 3. Press SET to select heart rate limits as beats per minute (HR) or as percentage (HR max %). Press OK. 4. HiGH LIMIT is displayed. Select the higher limit with SET. Press OK 5. LOW LIMIT is displayed. Select the lower limit with SET. Press OK 6. LIMIT SET is displayed. Press NEXT to proceed to SOUND SET. 12 Settings
13 Target Heart Rate Zone Your target heart rate zone is a range between the lower and upper heart rate limits expressed as percentages of your maximum heart rate (HRmax) or as beats per minute (bpm). HRmax is the highest number of heartbeats per minute during maximum physical exertion. The wrist unit calculates your HRmax according to your age: Maximum heart rate = 220 age. For more accurate measurement of your HRmax visit your doctor or exercise physiologist for an exercise stress test. In exercise, different heart rate zones produce different results. The heart rate zones that suit you depend on your goal and your basic physical condition. When your heart beats at 60-70% of your HRmax (HRmax%), you are in the Light Intensity Zone. Whether you have just started working out or you exercise fairly regularly, much of your workout will be in this zone. Fat is the body s main source of energy at this level of intensity; therefore this zone is also good for weight control. This intensity still feels fairly easy for most people and provides, for example, the following benefits: Improves endurance Improves aerobic (cardiovascular) fitness Helps in weight control Push on to 70-80% of your HRmax, and you are in the Moderate Intensity Zone. This is especially good for people who are exercising regularly. For most people, this is often the fastest pace they can maintain and still remain comfortable and free of pain. Exercising in this zone is particularly effective for improving aerobic fitness. If you are out of shape, your muscles will use carbohydrates for fuel when you are exercising in this zone. As you get fitter, your body starts using a higher and higher percentage of fat for fuel, thus preserving its limited stores of muscle carbohydrate. Exercising in the moderate intensity zone results in some additional benefits: Settings 13
14 Improves aerobic fitness Improves endurance Helps in weight control Accustoms your body to exercising at a faster pace Helps to increase the speed you can maintain without building up lactic acid At 80-90% of your HRmax, you have moved into the Hard Intensity Zone. Exercise in the hard intensity zone definitely feels hard. You will find yourself breathing heavily, having tired muscles and feeling fatigued. This intensity is recommended occasionally for fit people. Exercising in this zone is intensive, so it provides some unique benefits. exercise. Remember that the lower the intensity the longer you can comfortably exercise in it. Exercise in higher intensity for shorter periods. Polar target heart rate intensity definition is modified from international exercise science authorities recommendations in which light intensity can reach lower than 60% of HR max Increases muscles tolerance to lactic acid (your anaerobic threshold) Improves hard, short effort ability When you exercise in the right intensity zones, it guarantees your enjoyment in your favourite sports. Alternate between intensity zones to improve your fitness and get variation in your 14 Settings
15 Sound 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed. 2. Press START and then NEXT. SOUND SET is displayed. Press START. 3. Select sound ON or OFF with SET. Press OK. 4. Press NEXT to proceed to WATCH SET. Watch Alarm Setting 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed. 2. Press START once and NEXT until WATCH SET is displayed. 3. Press START. Select ALARM ON or OFF with SET. Press OK. ALARM OFF: Proceed to time setting step 4. SET. Press OK to proceed to Time Setting step ALARM ON (12 h mode): Select AM or PM with SET and the hours and minutes with SET. Press OK to confirm selections and proceed to Time Setting step 4. Time Setting 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed 2. Press START once and NEXT until WATCH SET is displayed. 3. Press STARTuntil TIME 24H is displayed. 4. Press SET to select TIME 24H or TIME 12H. Press OK. 5. Adjust hours, minutes and seconds with SET. Press OK. 4. ALARM ON (24 h mode): Press OK. Adjust the hours with SET. Press OK. Adjust minutes with Settings 15
16 Date Setting 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed 2. Adjust date, day, month, and year with SET. Press OK. 3. Press NEXT to proceed to USER SET. User 1. Starting in Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed. 2. Press START once and NEXT until USER SET is displayed. 3. Press START. WEIGHT KG/LBS is displayed. Choose weight with SET and press OK. 5. AGE: Choose with SET and press OK. 6. SEX: Select FEMALE or MALE with SET and press OK. 7. Press NEXT to proceed to UNIT SET. Unit 1. If you start from the Time mode, press NEXT until SETTINGS is displayed. 2. Press START and then NEXT until UNIT SET is displayed. 3. Press START. UNIT is displayed. Select unit with SET and accept with OK. 4. Return to the Time of Day display by pressing and holding START. 4. HEIGHT CM/FT: Choose height with SET and press OK. If using lb/ft set feet first, then inches. 16 Settings
17 6. CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION Caring for Your Heart Rate Monitor Heart Rate Monitor, Transmitter : Keep in a cool and dry place. Do not store in a damp environment, in non-breathable material (a plastic bag or a sports bag) or with conductive material (a wet towel). Do not expose to direct sunlight for extended periods. Clean with a mild soap and water solution, dry with towel. Never use alcohol or any abrasive material (steel wool or cleaning chemicals). Service: Your Polar F4 Heart Rate Monitor is designed to help you achieve your personal fitness goals, indicate the level of physiological strain and intensity during an exercise session. No other use is intended nor implied. During the two-year guarantee/warranty period we recommend that you service your equipment at authorized Polar Service Center only. The warranty does not cover damage or consequential damage caused by service not authorized by Polar Electro. Strap: Rinse with water after every use. Wash after swimming. If used regularly, wash at least once every three weeks in a washing machine at 40 C / 104 F. Use a washing pouch. Do not soak, and use neither detergent with bleach nor fabric softener. Do not dry-clean, spin-dry or iron. Customer Service Information 17
18 Changing Wrist Unit Batteries Do not open the wrist unit yourself. To ensure water resistance properties and the use of qualified components, the wrist unit battery should be replaced by an authorized Polar Service Center only. A full periodic check of the heart rate monitor will be done when changing batteries. The low battery symbol will appear when 10-15% of the battery capacity is left. The backlight and sounds are automatically deactivated. Excessive use of the backlight drains the battery more rapidly. In cold conditions, the low battery indicator may appear, and disappear again when you return to a warmer environment. Changing Transmitter Batteries If you suspect that the transmitter battery has run out, contact your authorized Polar Service Center for a replacement transmitter. Polar recycles used transmitters. 18 Customer Service Information
19 Precautions Minimizing Possible Risks Exercise may include some risk. Before beginning a regular exercise program, answer the following questions concerning your health status. If you answer yes to any of these questions, consult a doctor before starting any training program. Have you been physically inactive for the past 5 years? Do you have high blood pressure or high blood cholesterol? Do you have symptoms of any disease? Are you taking any blood pressure or heart medication? Do you have a history of breathing problems? Are you recovering from a serious illness or medical treatment? Do you use a pacemaker or other implanted electronic device? Do you smoke? Are you pregnant? Note that in addition to exercise intensity, medications for heart conditions, blood pressure, psychological conditions, asthma, breathing, etc., as well as some energy drinks, alcohol, and nicotine may also affect heart rate. It is important to be sensitive to your body s responses during exercise. If you feel unexpected pain or excessive fatigue when exercising, stop or continue at a lighter intensity. If you have a pacemaker, defibrillator or other implanted electronic devices, use the Polar heart rate monitor at your own risk. Before starting use, take a maximal exercise stress test under a doctor s supervision. The test is to ensure the safety and reliability of the simultaneous use of the pacemaker and the Polar heart rate monitor. If you are allergic to any substance that comes into contact with your skin or if you suspect an allergic reaction due to using the product, check the listed materials in Technical Specifications. To avoid any skin reaction to the transmitter, wear it over a shirt. Moisten the shirt well under the electrodes to ensure flawless operation. Customer Service Information 19
20 The combined impact of moisture and intense abrasion may cause a black color to come off the transmitter s surface, possibly staining light-colored clothes. If you use insect repellent on your skin, make sure that it does not come into contact with the transmitter. When in non-coded mode, the wrist unit picks up transmitter signals within 1 m / 3ft. The frame around the heart symbol on the bottom of the display indicates that transmission is coded. Coding blocks interference from nearby heart rate monitors. 20 Customer Service Information
21 Polar F4 may be worn when swimming. To maintain water resistance, do not press buttons under water. See further information at support.polar.fi. Water resistance of Polar products is tested according to International Standard ISO Products are divided into three categories according to their water resistance. Check the back of your Polar product for the water resistance category, and compare it to the chart below. Please note that these definitions do not necessarily apply to products of other manufacturers. Marking on the case back Wash splashes, sweat, raindrops etc. Bathing and swimming Skin diving with snorkel (no air tanks) SCUBA diving (with air tanks) Water resistant characteristics Water resistant Water resistant 30m / 50m Water resistant 100m x x x - - x x x - Splashes, raindrops etc. Minimum for bathing and swimming For frequent use in water but not SCUBA diving Customer Service Information 21
22 Troubleshooting If you don't know where you are in the menu, press and hold BACK until the time is displayed. If there are no reactions to any buttons, reset the wrist unit by pressing all the buttons simultaneously for two seconds. All other settings except time and date will be saved. A cardiac event may have altered your ECG waveform. In this case, consult your physician. If heart rate measurement does not work despite the actions mentioned previously, the battery of your transmitter may be empty. For further information, see chapter Caring for Your Heart Rate Monitor. If the heart rate reading becomes erratic, extremely high or shows nil (00), make sure no other heart rate transmitter is within 1 m/3 ft, and that the transmitter strap fits snugly and the electrodes of the transmitter are moistened, clean and undamaged. Strong electromagnetic signals can cause erratic readings. If the abnormal reading continues despite moving away from the source of disturbance, slow down and check your pulse manually. If you feel it corresponds to the high reading on the display, you may be experiencing cardiac arrhythmia. Most cases of arrhythmia are not serious, but consult your doctor nevertheless. 22 Customer Service Information
23 Technical Specification Wrist Unit Battery type F4F CR 1632 Battery life Operating temperature Accuracy of heart rate measurement Watch accuracy error Wrist strap material Wrist strap buckle and strap tongue material Back cover material F4M CR 2032 CR 1632 average 1.5 years CR 2032 average 2.5 years -10 C to +50 C / 14 F to 122 F ± 1% or ± 1 bpm, whichever larger, defi nition applies to steady state conditions. Better than ± 0.5 seconds/day at 25 C / 77 F temperature. Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Polyoxymethylene (POM) Stainless steel complying with the nickel release regulations of the (EU Directive 94/27/EU and its amendment 1999/C 205/05). Transmitter Battery type Built-in Lithium Cell Battery life Average 2500 hours of use Operating -10 C to +50 C / 14 F to 122 F temperature Material Polyurethane Water resistant 100 m Elastic Strap Buckle material Fabric material Limit values Polyurethane Nylon 46%, polyester 32%, natural rubber (latex) 22% Chronometer 23 h 59 min 59 s Heart rate limits bpm Total time h 59 min 59 s Total calories kcal/cal Total exercise count Heart rate is displayed as the number of heartbeats per minute (bpm) or as a percentage of your maximum heart rate (HR max %). Customer Service Information 23
24 Guarantee and Disclaimer Limited Polar International Guarantee This limited Polar international guarantee is issued by Polar Electro Inc. for the consumers who have purchased this product in the USA or Canada. This limited Polar international guarantee is issued by Polar Electro Oy for the consumers who have purchased this product in other countries. Polar Electro Inc. / Polar Electro Oy guarantees to the original consumer/ purchaser of this product that the product will be free from defects in material or workmanship for two years from the date of purchase. Please keep the receipt or stamped Polar Customer Service Card, which is your proof of purchase! The guarantee does not cover the battery, damage due to misuse, abuse, accidents or non-compliance with the precautions; improper maintenance, commercial use, cracked or broken cases. The guarantee does not cover any damage/s, losses, costs or expenses, direct, indirect or incidential, consequential or special, arising out of, or related to the product. During the guarantee period the product will either be repaired or replaced at an authorized service center free of charge. This guarantee does not affect the consumer s statutory rights under applicable national or state laws in force, or the consumer s rights against the dealer arising from their sales/ purchase contract Polar Electro Oy, FIN KEMPELE, Finland. Polar Electro Oy, FIN KEMPELE, Finland. Polar Electro Oy is a ISO 9001:2000 certified company. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be used or reproduced in any form or by any means without prior written permission of Polar Electro Oy. The names and logos marked with a symbol in this user manual or in the package of this product are trademarks of Polar Electro Oy. The names and logos marked with a symbol in this user manual or in the package of this product are registered trademarks of Polar Electro Oy, except that Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Disclaimer The material in this manual is for informational purposes only. The products it describes are subject to change without prior notice, due to the manufacturer s continuous development program. Polar Electro Inc. / Polar Electro Oy makes no representations or warranties with respect to this manual or with respect to the products described herein. 24 Customer Service Information
25 Polar Electro Inc. / Polar Electro Oy shall not be liable for any damages, losses, costs or expenses, direct, indirect or incidental, consequential or special, arising out of, or related to the use of this material or the products described herein. This product is protected by one or several of the following patents: FI55293, FI88223, US , DE , GB B, FR , HK113/1996, SG , FI110303, WO96/20640, EP , US , US , FI114202, US , EP , US , US Other patents pending. Manufactured by Polar Electro Oy, Professorintie 5, FIN KEMPELE, Tel , Fax , This product is compliant with Directive 93/42/EEC. The relevant Declaration of Conformity is available at Polar products are electronic devices and are in the scope of Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). These products should thus be disposed of separately in EU countries. Polar encourages you to minimize possible effects of waste on the environment and human health also outside the European Union by following local waste disposal regulations and, where possible, utilize separate collection of electronic devices. Customer Service Information 25
26 Manufactured by Polar Electro Oy Professorintie 5 FIN KEMPELE Tel Fax
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