Cardiosport 2001 Question ?

Cardiosport 2001 Question ?

Post by Ernst Wildlin » Fri, 07 Mar 1997 04:00:00


I have some questions about the cardiosport 2001 HRM!
I would be very pleased if anyone could answer me.

1. If the the monitor is recording heart rate at some intervals
   is there also the time with the heart rate recorded or just
   the heart rate ?

2. If there is some time recorded, which time? Stopwatch or Time
   of day ?If it is the stopwatch time, what happens if it exceeds
   one hour ?

3. If it is not the stopwatch time, is it possible to use heartrate
   recording and the stopwatch simultaniously ?

Thanks in advance, Ernst.

 
 
 

Cardiosport 2001 Question ?

Post by rodlaw.. » Fri, 07 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>I have some questions about the cardiosport 2001 HRM!
>I would be very pleased if anyone could answer me.

>1. If the the monitor is recording heart rate at some intervals
>   is there also the time with the heart rate recorded or just
>   the heart rate ?

>2. If there is some time recorded, which time? Stopwatch or Time
>   of day ?If it is the stopwatch time, what happens if it exceeds
>   one hour ?

>3. If it is not the stopwatch time, is it possible to use heartrate
>   recording and the stopwatch simultaniously ?

The heart rate is recorded every 30 seconds up to just over 2 hours. Replay
shows time and bpm. You can mark "events" on this, which are then reorded to
 1/10th second. I forget how many of these you can record; perhaps 8 or so.
You can also use the stopwatch simulataneously, and can record lap-times.
Again, I forget how many, but it's at least 15 or so. (You can also programme
planned lap times and it will calculate difference between planned and achieved
and store this, but that's begining to get a bit complicated for me-the most
complicated thing I've done is measure bpm over a half marathon and measure
mile splits all the way through simulataneously).

Rod.
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