How to transfer data from CS300 to www.polarpersonaltrainer.com

The CS300 transfers data via WebLink software. You can download WebLink software from the link below. Please check from time to time that you are using the latest version of the software.



Check that
- the CS300 makes chirping noises when transferring data.


- your microphone is able to record audio to your computer (use e.g. Microsoft Sound Recorder to test).

Go to your the Sound Recorder on your computer, click Record, and select to send data from your CS300 (make it chirp). While the CS300 chirps, see if the Sound Recorder shows you wave length. This will indicate whether your computer is hearing the Polar CS300 or not. While recording, see if changing levels or settings on your computer will help your microphone to recognize the CS300. If changing settings does not work, try with another microphone.




To transfer exercises


1. Start your WebLink and bring it to the stage where it is ready to listen for the Polar Cycling computer, but not yet started:


2. Go to the Connect menu on your CS300 where you can enable data transfer and bring the backcase of your CS300 close to the microphone, do NOT yet activate the data transfer. Depending of the microphone and the surrounding interferences (f.e. noise), the distance between the microphone and the back of your Polar CS300 might vary between 0,5 cm up to 15 cm.

3. Press Listen in software:


The WebLink software is in 'Listening'-mode:



4. Start the data transfer from your CS300. You will hear some chirping noises.
WebLink records the chirping and sends the exercise to the polarpersonaltrainer.com. A confirmation dialog is displayed when the transfer was successful.


It might take a few attempts to find the correct distance between the back case of your Polar CS300 and your microphone (distance varies from 0.5 to 15 cm). What the correct distance is for you depends on e.g. what microphone is used (internal or headset), what the sound environment is like (sudden noises), how the CS300 is positioned, etc.
 

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