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HeartTouch feature



Use the HeartTouch function to easily check the time of day, heart rate/pace/speed limits, or take a lap. Just bring the training computer up close to the heart rate sensor on your chest. No buttons needed.

Depending on the training computer, different HeartTouch operations are available.

HeartTouch in FS1/FS2/FS2C/FS3/FS3C/FT1/FT2

HeartTouch function is always on during exercise. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to change the display information (heart rate/exercise duration/time of day).

HeartTouch in F4

HeartTouch function is always on during exercise. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to switch on the backlight.

HeartTouch in F6/F7/F11/F55/CS300

HeartTouch function is always on during exercise. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to check the time of day.

HeartTouch in FT4/FT7/FT40/FT60/FT80

Turn the HeartTouch function on at Settings ⇒ Training settings ⇒ HeartTouch. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to check the time of day.

HeartTouch in RS100

HeartTouch function is always on. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to check the time of day and target zone limits.

HeartTouch in RS200/RS300X/RS400

Set up the Heart Touch function at Settings Features - Touch. Select the function you wish HeartTouch to have. You can choose to show limits (heart rate, pace/speed), take a Lap, change display view, or switch on the backlight. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to activate the selected function.

HeartTouch in RCX5

In RCX5 HeartTouch function can be used only with Polar H2 / Polar WeaLink®+ Hybrid heart rate sensor. If you are using Polar H3 or Polar WeaLink® transmitter W.I.N.D. heart rate sensor the HeartTouch function does not work.

Set the Heart Touch function on by selecting Settings → Sport profiles → Sport → HeartTouch. HeartTouch function can be set for each sport separately.

Choose the HeartTouch to show time of day, show limits, change training view, activate backlight or to take lap. Touch the heart rate sensor on your chest to activate the selected function.

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