Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Support for York, Raleigh and Nordick Track | Wrong pulse reading on treadmill

If problems are found in the detection of pulses from the treadmill, check the following:

Some treadmills have a pulse sensor ear, such as the Carnielli CTP 201: Verify that the pulse sensor (ear clip) is correct: this treadmill requires a dedicated sensor with the 14mm plug connection to the console (see Figure 13); If the treadmill has a shorter sensor, values ​​can be off kilter or missing; also check that the sensor cable is not damaged and bent, or has exposed copper wiring.

In most treadmills the sensor is handpulse (eg Carnielli CTP 401): Verify that the console connection has been made ​​correctly; verify that there are no interruptions on the cables between the console and the two sensors, including the connection between the two cables (see Figure 14); verify that the cable attachment on the pulse sensor is not damaged (see Figure 15).




Also verify that the console connection has been made ​​correctly; check that there are no interruptions on the cable from the console to the two sensors; verify that the tinning on the pulse sensor is not
is damaged or does not transmit a pulse (Fig. 16).

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