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Heart Rate Monitors
FT 40
Flo-Link
Polar FT40 Heart Rate Monitor
Polar FlowLink

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USER MANUAL FOR FT 40

Battery empty in the Polar Transmitter
The average battery lifetime of Polar WearLink31 and WearLink W.I.N.D. Transmitters is 2 years. T31, T31C and T61 Transmitters last approx. 2500 hours of use. We recommend that the transmitter battery be checked by a Polar Service Center when the battery of the receiver is replaced.

Polar Products in Water Environment
Polar products can be worn when swimming. They are not, however, diving instruments.

Care and Maintenance of Your Polar Product
To maximize the life of your Polar product and keep it in peak condition, please refer to your user manual and observe the points in this document.

Battery Replacement in the Polar Wrist Unit
The estimated average battery life of the Polar wrist unit is 2 year in normal use.

System requirements for WebSync SW:

  1. Register for free at polarpersonaltrainer.com
  2. Follow the instructions to download and install WebSync data transfer software onto your computer or CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SOFTWARE NOW.
  3. Plug in Polar FlowLink to the USB port of your computer
  4. Place your Polar product face down in the center of the FlowLink. Wait until the "Align"-light turns greens.
  5. Follow data transfer process via WebSync software on your computer screen.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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