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Body Composition MONIT OR with Scale Model HBF-500 Instr uction Manual HBF-500 for FDA 10-26.qxd 10/26/06 4:21 PM Page 1.
T ABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Bef ore Using the Monitor Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the OMR ON ® HBF-500 Body Composition MONITOR with Scale. The Body Composition MONITOR with Scale is easy to use.
SAFETY INFORMA TION 4 SAFETY SYMBOLS USED IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANU AL W ARNING CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not av oided, could result in death or serious injury .
SAFETY INFORMA TION OPERA TING THE DEVICE (continued) Should battery fluid leak and contact your eyes, skin or clothing immediately rinse with plenty of clean water . Immediately contact your physician in case of eye contact. (or skin, b ut not clothing.
6 W ARNING Contact your physician or healthcare provider before be ginning a weight reduction or exercise program. BODY MASS INDEX AND IDEAL WEIGHT Everybody is concerned about their weight. But what is the basis for determining your ideal weight? The ke y is Body Mass Index.
USEFUL INFORMA TION BODY F A T Hidden Fat Not Revealed by BMI Although BMI calculates a simple obesity le vel, there is also hidden f at that not re vealed by a BMI designation. Although both cases are for people of similar height and weight, and their BMI designation are normal, the body fat percentage for case B is high.
USEFUL INFORMA TION VISCERAL F A T Body fat is classif ied as subcutaneous fat or visceral fat, depending on where it is located in the body . V isceral fat = fat surrounding the internal organs T oo .
USEFUL INFORMA TION 9 RESTING MET ABOLISM & SKELET AL MUSCLE Skeletal muscle is muscle that is connected to bone and used to mo ve parts of the body .
USEFUL INFORMA TION 10 What is skeletal muscle? Muscle is di vided into two types, muscle in internal or gans, such as the heart, and muscle attached to bones that is used to mov e the body . Skeletal muscle can be increased through ex ercise and other acti vity .
USEFUL INFORMA TION 11 170 160 150 1234 567 Weight (lb) Months Fat reduction: 6 lb A starvation diet produces rapid weight loss of 20 lb, but disrupts body mass... A healthy diet with weight loss of 20 lb... Lean body mass reduction (muscle, bone, etc.
USEFUL INFORMA TION PRINCIPLE OF BODY COMPOSITION CALCULA TION What is the Bioelectrical Impedance Method? The HBF-500 estimates the body fat percentage by the Bioelectrical Impedance (BI) method. Muscles, blood vessels and bones are body tissues with high w ater content that conduct electricity easily .
USEFUL INFORMA TION RECOMMENDED MEASUREMENT TIMES Understanding the normal changes in your body fat percentage can help you in pre venting or reducing obesity . Being aware of the times when the body fat percentages shift within your o wn daily schedule will assist you in obtaining an accurate trending of your body fat.
USEFUL INFORMA TION The reason calculated results may differ from actual body fat percentage There are certain conditions when significant dif ferences may occur between the estimated and the actual body fat v alues. These dif ferences may be related to changing ratios of body fluid and/or body composition.
15 M M a a i i n n U U n n i i t t ( ( M M e e a a s s u u r r e e m m e e n n t t P P l l a a t t f f o o r r m m ) ) KNOW YOUR UNIT D D i i s s p p l l a a y y U U n n i i t t F F r r o o n n t t V .
KNOW YOUR UNIT 16 Display Mode Indicator Body Composition Results Measurement Progress/ Body Fat Percentage and BMI Classification Bar Body Fat Percentage and BMI Classification Visceral Fat Classific.
KNOW YOUR UNIT W ARNING Contact your physician or healthcare provider before be ginning a weight reduction or exercise program. USING THE DISPLA Y UNIT Extend the cord as illustrated to the right. ST ORING THE DISPLA Y UNIT 1. Coil the cord into the Display Unit Holder .
BA TTER Y INST ALLA TION 1. Locate the Battery Cov er on the back of the unit. 1) Press the tab on the battery cover in the direction of the arro w to release the cov er as illustrated.
BA TTER Y INST ALLA TION BA TTER Y REPLACEMENT Measurement values and personal profiles stored in the memory will not be deleted during battery replacement. The date and time will need to be set when monitor is turned on. 19 Low Battery Indicator When the Lo w Battery Indicator appears on the display screen remov e all four worn batteries.
SETTING THE DA TE AND TIME When the po wer is turned on for the first time, it is necessary to set the date and time. 1. Press the P ower Switch to turn the monitor ON. If this is the f ir st time tha t the monitor has been turned on, the year setting flashes.
SETTING THE DA TE AND TIME 4. 1) Press the UP or DO WN button to change the day . 2) Press the SET b utton. The day is set. The hour flashes on the display . 5. 1) Press the UP or DO WN button to change the hour . 2) Press the SET b utton. The hour is set.
1. Pr ess the P ower Switch to turn the monitor ON. The CAL symbol blinks on the display , then the display changes to 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appears on the display . 2. Lift the Displa y Unit out of the Displa y Unit Holder . NO TE: T his monitor can be set to either the US or Metr ic System.
SETTING PERSONAL DA T A 3. Select a Personal Pr ofile or GUEST as y our Personal Data Option. A. P er sonal Pr of ile Press the desired Personal Profile Number b utton (1 through 4).
Set the gender to MALE OR FEMALE 1) Press the UP or DO WN button to change the gender . 2) Press the SET b utton. The gender is set. The default v alue for height blinks on the display . Set the height betw een 3’4” and 6’6 3/4”. (Display range in metric display mode: 100.
SETTING PERSONAL DA T A 3. Select the Personal Pr ofile Number y ou want to change. 1) Press the Personal Profile Number b utton (1 thorough 4). The selected Personal Profile Number flashes once on the display . 2) Press the SET button. The Personal Profile Number is set.
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT Y OUR PERSONAL D A T A MUST BE ENTERED BEFORE T AKING A MEASUREMENT . CAUTION: Consult your physician before using this monitor when pregnant.
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT HOW T O MEASURE BODY COMPOSITION 1. Press the P ower Switch to turn the monitor ON. The CAL symbol blinks on the display , then the display changes to 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appears on the display . NO TES: • If you step onto the monitor before 0.
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT 3. Select the Personal Pr ofile Number b utton or the Guest/Memory button. 28 A. P er sonal Pr of ile Number Press the button for the Personal Prof ile Number you selected while holding the display unit. The Personal Prof ile Number will appear after blinking once.
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT 4. Start the measurement. 1 ) Step onto the measurement platform and place your feet on the foot electrodes with your weight ev enly distributed. Remain still and do not mov e until the weight measur ement is complete. 2) When “ST AR T” appears on the display extend your arms straight at a 90˚ angle to your body .
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT 5. Check the measurement r esults. Press the appropriate button to vie w the measurement results. 30 Body Fat Percentage Weight Body Fat Percentage Classification Visceral .
HOW T O T AKE A MEASUREMENT 31 Visceral Fat Level 9 > _ _ Visceral Fat Level 10 > _ _ 6. T urn the monitor off. Press the Po wer Switch to turn the monitor of f.
HOW T O MEASURE WEIGHT ONL Y 1. Press the P ower Switch to turn the monitor ON. The CAL symbol blinks on the display , then the display changes to 0.0 lb . W ait until 0.0 lb appears on the display . NO TES: • If you step onto the monitor before 0.0 lb appears on the display , an error message “Err” will appear .
Measurement results are automatically stored in memory when you take a measurement using a Personal Profile Number b utton. Y ou can vie w results for 1 day , 7, 30, and 90 days before. The monitor automatically stores up to 97 measurement v alues for each Personal Profile Number .
HOW T O USE THE MEMOR Y FUNCTION NO TES: • If there are no results for a selected memory , “- - - -” is displayed for that item. • T o view pre vious results for other items, press the button for the desired item. The results for the selected item are displayed.
HOW T O USE THE MEMOR Y FUNCTION V iewing Previous Measurement Results Follo w this procedure if you just want to vie w and compare pre vious measurement results, without taking a measurement. 1. Press the P ower Switch to turn the monitor ON. The CAL symbol blinks on the display , then the display changes to 0.
HOW T O USE THE MEMOR Y FUNCTION 4. V iew the previous measur ement results. 1) Press the Guest/Memory button once. The results for the pre vious day are displayed. 2) Press the Guest/Memory button to cycle through the results from “1 day”, “7 days”, “30 days”, and “90 days” ago.
ERROR INDICA T ORS 37 ERROR DISPLA Y CAUSE CORRECTION Y our palms or feet are not positioned ov er the electrodes correctly . Make sure you are barefoot. Make sure your palms or the soles of your feet are clean and dry . Make sure your feet are correctly positioned.
38 TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS PROBLEM CAUSE AND SOLUTION Lo w Battery Indicator No power No display appears on the unit Check the battery installation for proper placement of the battery polarities. Replace all four worn batteries. Place the monitor on a hard, lev el floor .
CARE AND MAINTENANCE 39 T o keep your Body Composition MONIT OR with Scale in the best condition and protect the monitor from damage follo w the directions belo w: Clean the monitor with a soft dry cloth. Do not use abrasi ve or volatile cleaners. The monitor is not waterproof.
FCC ST A TEMENT NO TE: PO TENTIAL FOR RADIO/TELEVISION INTERFERENCE (for U.S.A. only) This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
W ARRANTY Limited W arranty Y our HBF-500 Body Composition MONITOR with Scale, excluding the batteries, is w arranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing within 1 year from the date of purchase, when used in accordance with the instructions provided with the unit.
SPECIFICA TIONS M odel OMRON Body Composition MONITOR with Scale - HBF-500 Display Weight display: 0 to 300 lb with 0.2 lb i n c r e m e n t s ( 0 to 135 kg with 0.1 kg i n c r e m e n t s ) Body fat percentage: 5.0 to 60.0% with 0.1% increments Skeletal muscle percentage: 5.
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