13. Safety instructions for CR2032 lithium batteries
1. Lithium batteries are lithium manganese cells. If you do not use the monitor over a
longer period, you should take out the batteries of the device.
2. Never open the lithium battery, do not put into fire, or expose to shocks because Glass Body Fat Monitor with Scale
an explosion risk lasts or discharge of poisonous exposure to fumes might possible.
3. Never touch leaked cells with bare hands.
4. When eyes or hands are contaminated, it is essential to rinse with lots of water. You should go to a doctor if skin or eyes are irritated.
5. Dispose cells only completely discharged or protected against polarity reversal wrapped according to your local disposal regulation.
6. Do not expose the cells to direct solar radiation and store away from heat; other- wise, there is risk of overheating.
7. Maintain a storage temperature of < 40°C. Disposal of old electrical and electronic Warranty Registration (Must be completed within 10 days of purchase)
Customer Name: _
Street Address: City: _
State: ZIP code:
Telephone: E-mail address: _
Gender: Male Female Age:

Date of purchase:
Store where purchased:
Price Paid (excl. Tax):
This instrument is covered by a 2 year guarantee from the date of purchase, batteries and accessories are not included. The guarantee is valid only on presentation of the guarantee card completed by the dealer confirming date of purchase or the receipt. Opening or altering the instrument invalidates the guarantee. The guarantee does not cover damage, accidents or non-compliance with the instruction manual. Please contact Rossmax service. Manufacturer: Rossmax Swiss GmbH Tramstrasse 16, CH-9442 Berneck, Switzerland 8. Body Analysis
10. Change battery
1. Turn the monitor on:
Open the battery cover at the bottom side of the monitor button to turn on the monitor.
and insert the supplied batteries (2 x CR2032). Please en- 2. Select personal data number:
sure the correct polarity of the batteries (+/-).
button to select your personal data number.
3. Set personal data will be successively displayed:
Then "0.0 kg" indicating. The monitor is ready to use and you may now start your
body analysis.
11. Error Messages
4. Step onto measurement platform carefully with bare feet on the stainless steel
": on the left bottom corner = Batteries are used up - Please replace the bat-
strips (measuring units) of the monitor and remain stationary.
teries with the intended type (2 x CR2032).
At first, your weight will be indicated on the upper display. " Err": 1. The weight exceeds the maximum capacity of 180 kg. Please immediately
Then, while the analysis is taking place, the remove the critical load to avoid load cell damage.
indication in the lower half of the display. A few seconds later 2. Exceed the body fat measurement range 5.0 50.0% after completion of the measurement your measured values 3. Not bare feet for taking body fat measurement.
(body fat in % and BMI) will be shown three times in a row in 4. Step off the monitor before body fat analysis procedure complete.
the base half of the display alternately. After a few seconds the 5. Not step onto the electrodes for body fat measuring.
monitor switch-off automatically.
6. The soles of your feet are not clean, e.g. feet perspiration.etc. to interfere the body fat measurement.
9. Weight function (weight measurement only)
1. Turn the monitor on:
• Press
button to turn on the monitor.
12. Technical Data
2. Select "-0-" personal data number:
Capacity x graduation: max. 180 kg x 100 g button to select "-0-" personal Display resolution: data number about 5 seconds later "0.0 kg". Now the monitor is ready to use. Before 0.0 kg appears, please Personal memory location: don't step on the monitor.
3. Step on the monitor. Remain stationary on the weighing platform and do not hold
approx. 300 x 300 x 18 mm 4. After the monitor levelled-off, your weight will be indicated for 6 - 10 seconds
2 x CR2032 (included) steady. Afterwards the monitor switch-off automatically.
*Subject to technical modifications 1. Introduction
Besides this basic cycle of fluctuations in the daily body fat readings, variations may be caused by hydration changes in the body due to eating, drinking, menstruation, Thank you for your decision to purchase rossmax body fat monitor. Please peruse this illness, exercising, and bathing. Daily body fat readings are unique to each person, instruction manual prior to first start up and keep this user instruction careful so as to and depend upon one's lifestyle, job and activities.
have this information on hand whenever it is needed.
2. Safety guidelines
4. Name/Function of each parts
The monitor is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, un- less a person responsible for their safety has given them supervision or instruction concerning use of the monitor. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the monitor.
• Not suitable for persons with electronic implants (heart pacemaker, etc.).
• Place the monitor on a plane and firm surface (tiles, hardwood flooring, etc.) to avoid a wrong measurement on carpeted floor • Attention - Hazard of slips! Do not stand on the monitor with wet feet or on a slip- pery surface of the weighing platform.
• Please care that no heavy object may fall on the monitor. The glass surface is • Clean the monitor only by using a slightly damp cloth. Do not use solvents or abra- sive cleaning agents. Do not submerge the monitor under water.
This monitor is exclusive intended for private use but is not designed for commercial or professional use in hospitals or other medical facilities.
2. Weight Mode / On Button 3. Useful information
8. Unit Switch button What is BMI?
5. LCD display
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify underweight, overweight and obesity in adults. Weight measurement result BMI uses the following simple formula to indicate the ratio between weight and height of a person. BMI = weight(kg) / height(m) / height (m)
Body fat percentage If the fat level revealed by BMI is higher than the international standard, there is BMI(Body Mass Index) indicator an increased likelihood of common diseases. However, not all types of fat can be Low battery indicator revealed by BMI.
Body fat / BMI measurement result Setting indicator Designation by the WHO
6. Preparation before use
18.5 or more and less than 25 25 or more and less than 30 • Remove the isolate sheet • When monitor is ON, switch The above index refers to the values for obesity judgment proposed by WHO(World Using unit switch button for country specific settings with What is Body Fat Percentage?
the option to switch from The body fat content is shown as the amount of stored fat as a percentage of total "kg"(kilogram) to "lb"(pound) body weight. There is no generally accepted set value as this varies significantly ac- or to "st-lb"(stone: pound). cording to gender (due to the different build) and age. Body fat is vital for basic body functions. It's protecting organs, cushioning joints, 7. Setting Personal Data
regulating body temperature, storing vitamins and serves the body as energy storage. As essential for women a minimum body fat proportion between 10% and 13% 1. Select a personal data number:
and for men between 10% and 13% is requested with the exception of competitive button to select a personal data number Body fat is not a clear indicator for health. Too high body weight and a too high body fat proportion are linked to the incidence of many civilization diseases such as button to confirm diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, etc. 2. Set the gender:
Lack of movement and improper nutrition are often the prime course for these diseas- button to change gender es. There is an obvious direct relationship between overweight and lack of movement.
button to confirm Recommended Body Fat Ranges
3. Set the height:
• Press
button to change height(default for male Gender Age
is 170 cm, for female is 160 cm) Female 40-59
button to confirm 4. Set the age:
button to change the age(default is 30) button to confirm 5. Take a measurement
The monitor indicates once again your personal data set-
Based on Gallagher et al., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 72, Sept. 2000 ting. That settles the completion of input and the monitor Body Fat Fluctuations in a Day
returns to the indication " 0.0 kg" . Hydration levels in the body may affect body fat readings. Readings are usually high- The monitor is ready to use and you may now start your body analysis. Before est in the early waking hours, since the body tends to be dehydrated after a long 0.0 kg appears, please don't step on the monitor. Without further activity the monitor night's sleep. For the most accurate reading, a person should take a body fat percent- will automatically power-off. Your personal data is stored.
age readings at a consistent time of day under consistent conditions.



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