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PS-100

User’s Guide

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the PS-100.

To use the device, make sure you read the User’s Guide and the Quick Start guide.

Trademarks

EPSON is a registered trademark, EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark, and Pulsense is a

trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation.

Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America

and other countries.

®

The Bluetooth wordmark and logos are the registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Seiko Epson Corporation is under license.

Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks.

Caution:

・ Unapproved copying of part or all of this manual is strictly forbidden.

・ The content of this manual is subject to change without prior notice.

・ Epson America, Inc cannot accept any responsibility of mishandling due to errors in the documentation.

・ Epson America, Inc cannot accept any responsibility for malfunctions that occur due to ignoring the content of the documentation, the device being handled inappropriately, repairs, or modifications performed by a third party.

System requirements Check the link below for the latest compatibility.

epson.com/psdevices

Note:

® PS-100 uses Bluetooth Smart to transfer data to PULSENSE View.

Uploaded data can be seen via PULSENSE View for Web at go-wellness.epson.com.

Use the PULSENSE View for iOS or Android on your smart device.

Uploading data ® Your data will be transferred via Bluetooth Smart.

Introduction • 2 Log onto PULSENSE View for iOS or Android on your smart device.

Viewing data Log onto the PULSENSE View web application.

Note:

To charge the PS-100, a USB port is required. You can use the USB port on a PC or the optional AC adapter. Use only the specified AC adapter (E12E204001 [SFAC04]).

Introduction • 3 Contents Introduction 2 Trademarks

Caution:

System requirements

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Set up and basic operation 10 What’s in the box

Options

Getting started

Recording your data

Waking your product from battery protection mode

Start-up operation

Wearing the PS-100

Initial configuration

Smart device user

Using your PS-100 22 Heart rate measurement

How to stop and resume heart rate measurement

Low battery notification

Airplane mode

Turn off airplane mode

Additional functions 30 Notification settings

Wake-up alarm

Maintenance 32 Looking after your device

About the wristband

Replacing the battery

Updating the firmware

Troubleshooting 34 Caution

Problem solving

System reset

Where to get help

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Make sure you read the documentation (Quick Start guide and User’s Guide) first before using this product safely.

The product may malfunction, or an accident may occur if it is handled incorrectly.

- Keep the documentation handy to help you resolve any problems.

- When taking this product out of the country of purchase, check the laws and regulations in the destination country before you travel.

- This product is not intended for use to diagnose, prevent, or treat disease or other conditions, and is not a medical device.

Symbols in this manual The following symbols are used in this manual to indicate possible dangerous operations or handling. Make sure you understand these warnings before using the product.

Warning:

This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in serious personal injury.

Caution:

This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or damage the product.

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This product is not intended for use to diagnose, prevent, or treat disease or other conditions, and is not a medical device.

If you have any concerns, consult your doctor before using this product.

Do not keep your eyes on the device while exercising. Pay attention to your surroundings while using the device.

Do not use or store this device in the following environments: locations with very high or low temperatures or humidity, near volatile substances, dusty places, near a fire, or near strong magnetic fields (for example, near a loudspeaker). Doing so may cause electric shock, fire, or the product may malfunction or be damaged.

Do not disassemble this product, and do not attempt to repair this product yourself. It may cause an electric shock or accident.

Do not leave this product within reach of young children.

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Persons with high skin sensitivity, eczema, allergies, or asthma may be more likely to experience skin irritation or an allergic reaction from the Pulsense product or similar products.





Even persons without such conditions may start to experience redness or skin irritation on wrists from prolonged use or if the product is not cleaned regularly as indicated above. If you

experience such symptoms:

■ Stop wearing and remove your Pulsense product immediately. Do not put it back on.

■ If symptoms persist for more than 2-3 days after removing the Pulsense product, consult a dermatologist.

■ Make sure to follow the wear and care instructions above

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Do not pour water directly onto this product. The power of the tap water stream may be strong enough to compromise the product’s waterproof feature.

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Note:

Please note that even if not in use, the PS-100 should be charged at least once within a 6 month period.

Failing to do so might affect the performance of the rechargeable battery.

Notes on using the cradle

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Do not bring the device into an operating room or intensive care unit, and do not use the device near medical equipment. Radio waves from the device may interfere with electronic medical equipment causing the equipment to malfunction and cause an accident.

This device is equipped with Bluetooth® Smart technology. When operating supported heart rate monitors or smart phones, this function wirelessly sends and receives heart rate measurement data to the device.

This device has been certified as a wireless device based on the Radio Law.

Therefore, the following acts may be punishable by law.

- Disassembling or remodeling the device

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Follow these instructions to use your device:

“What’s in the box” on page 11 “Getting started” on page 12 “Initial configuration” on page 19

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Note:

Irregular arm movements may affect the steps and distance counters.

Waking your product from battery protection mode ! Important

- You need to charge the product before using it for the first time.

- The product automatically turns on when being charged.

- Make sure that charging is complete before using your device.

1 Attach the PS-100 to the cradle.

Clip the product into the cradle, ensuring that the metal terminals are in contact as shown.

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Note:

You can use a PC to charge your PS-100, but not to upload any data. PS-100 requires a mobile device with Bluetooth® Smart to upload data.

Some PC USB ports may not support the charging function 2-2 Using an AC adapter Connect the cradle to the optional AC adapter, then insert the AC adapter into a power outlet.

Note:

- An orange LED is shown while charging and the LED changes to blue when the PS100 is fully charged

- Charging takes approximately 2.5 to 3.5 hours to complete; however, the duration may vary.

! Important

- The remaining battery charge cannot be checked with the product. Check the remaining battery charge under device settings in the PULSENSE VIEW app.

- Please note that even if not in use, the PS-100 should be charged at least once within a 6 month period.

Failing to do so might affect the performance of the rechargeable battery.

- The battery is not replaceable.

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The product is ready for Bluetooth pairing when fully charged and detached from the charging cradle.

Start-up operation All LEDs light up in sequence and the PS-100 vibrates.

! Important

- Pair with your smart device after purchase. The memory of your device will not be enabled until pairing is completed.

- If you remove the PS-100 from your wrist and no movement is detected, it will go into sleep mode. It will re-wake if the product is moved.

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Your Pulsense product is made from materials commonly used in watches and other consumer products. Since you may wear your product over extended periods, including when you are exercising and sweating, it is important that you take care of your skin and your product according to these instructions. Prolonged wearing of your product without proper care could lead to skin irritation or rash. Please follow the precautions below to

ensure full enjoyment and benefit of your Pulsense product:

1. Keep Pulsense and skin clean

2. Keep Pulsense and skin dry

3. Give skin a rest and some air

Caution:

Persons with high skin sensitivity, eczema, allergies, or asthma may be more likely to experience skin irritation or an allergic reaction from the Pulsense product or similar products. Even persons without such conditions may start to experience redness or skin irritation on wrists from prolonged use or if the product

is not cleaned regularly as indicated above. If you experience such symptoms:

■ Stop wearing and remove your Pulsense product immediately. Do not put it back on.

■ If symptoms persist for more than 2-3 days after removing the Pulsense product, consult a dermatologist.

■ Make sure to follow the wear and care instructions 1 Measure the circumference of your wrist closely at the position indicated in the illustration without touching the ulna bone.

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2 Check the hole numbers from the length around the arm using table below. The hole number is stamped in the back of band. The PS-100 S/M size has S1 to S9, The PS-100 M/L size has L1 to L11.

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4 Insert the band fastener into the hole number you checked in step 2.

5 Put your hand through the wristband and fasten the buckle. When wearing the product, make sure it does not touch the bone. Adjust the wristband to a smaller hole number if the wristband is too loose.

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Smart device user 1 Search your smart device's app store for Epson PULSENSE View (free), and then install it.

Make sure "Internet communication" and "Bluetooth®" are enabled in your smart device. Check the operating instructions for your smart device for the internet and Bluetooth instructions.

2 Start Epson PULSENSE View.

Make sure that the product is within three feet (one meter) from the smart device and the battery is fully charged.

Note:

Turn on Bluetooth® on your smart device.

Make sure your smart device is connected to the internet.

PULSENSE View Icon

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Once you have created your account and completed your profile, follow the on-screen instructions to pair your PS-100 with your smart device.

When pairing is successful, the LEDs will light up twice in sequence and the above screen is displayed on the smart device.

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When using the product for the first time, check the following:

1. Attach the PS-100 to the cradle to wake the PS-100 from battery protection mode.

2. Enable Bluetooth® communication on your smart device.

3. Check smart device compatibility: epson.com/PSdevices

4. Ensure your smart device is connected to the Internet.

5. Remove any other product from the area that could interfere with the Bluetooth® communication.

If pairing is lost or the PS-100 has been paired with another smart device, check the following:

1. The PS-100 may already be un-paired.

Put the PS-100 into the cradle and tap it until you see the blue LED s flash back and forth twice.

2. The PS-100 already been deleted from PULSENSE View.

3. The PS-100 already been deleted in the Bluetooth® settings of your smart device.

®

4. Make sure Bluetooth communication been enabled on your smart device.

5. Check smart device compatibility:epson.com/PSdevices

6. Ensure your smart device is connected to the Internet.

7. Remove any other product that could interfere with the Bluetooth® communication

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1 Heart rate detection starts when the product is moved and the LEDs flash in sequence as shown below.

Note:

Heart rate detection will stop if the product is not worn and has not been moved for three minutes.

Heart rate detection will start again when the product is moved.

2 After putting on the product, the blue LEDs flash two times when it detects your heart rate. The product is in pulse measurement mode.

Note:

- Try to keep your body and arm still to facilitate heart rate detection.



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