Monday, 21 July 2014

STARTRAC TREADMILL DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODES

DISPLAY TEST MODE

Test the display circuit board by holding the [5] key down while switching the treadmill on. All
the displays stay lit until a key is pressed, whereupon the software revision number is displayed.
Pressing different keys, other than [STOP], illuminate different patterns on the display.
Pressing [STOP] ends the display board test.

MOTOR TEST MODE
WARNING: DO NOT RUN ON THE TREADMILL IN MOTOR TEST MODE.

Enter the Motor Test Mode by turning the treadmill power switch ON with the [8] key depressed.
Alternate LED's in the track display blink twice per second.

The numeric displays show elevation motor Revolutions Per Second, speed command num-
ber (SCN) as a number between 3 and 240 and belt speed in km/hr:

ELAPSED TIME DISTANCE SPEED
(RPS) (SCN) (km/hr)
-50 45 8.7

The Program indicator LED's show the state of various sensors:

1 "RPM" sensor ON
2 "RPM" sensor ON
3 Elevation sensor ON
4 0% sensor ON
5 "RPM" sensor OFF
6 "RPM" sensor OFF
7 Elevation sensor OFF
8 0% sensor OFF

The [FAST] key increases and the [SLOW] key decreases the speed command number
(SCN).

The [UP] and [DOWN] keys set the elevation direction relay when pressed; hold either key for
more than half a second to run the elevation motor.

Use the [LAPS] key to test the watchdog circuit on the motor control board, disabling both
motors. The running belt and elevation motors will not operate until power is turned off and re-
started.

The [START] key begins the "Burn-In" program. Error detection is enabled.

The [O] – [9] number and [DISP] keys are ignored

The [STOP] key exits to the "CHOOSE 0-9" opening display.

NOTES:

* Elevation RPS display updates twice per second.
* Downward motion displays with a minus sign.
* Speed display updates ten times per second.

The [UP] and [DOWN] keys switch the direction relay immediately, even if the elevation motor
is moving. The motor does not stop automatically on the zero percent switch. Changing direction
while elevation is running should be avoided.

Except during "Burn-In", the unit will not detect elevation errors, but will detect all
"CPU Errors" and "SPd Error 1".

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