How do I transfer data from my heart rate monitor to polarpersonaltrainer.com?

Download and install Polar WebLink software to sync Polar heart rate monitors CS300, CS200 F55, F11, F7, F6, and RS200 to polarpersonaltrainer.com

Syncing CS300 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

Before syncing, check that
- the CS300 makes chirping noises when transferring data.

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

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.

Syncing CS200 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

Before syncing, check that
- the CS200 makes chirping noises when transferring data
- your microphone is able to record audio to your computer (test with e.g. Microsoft Sound Recorder).

Go to your the Sound Recorder on your computer, click Record, and select to send data from your CS200 (make it chirp). While the CS200 chirps, see if the Sound Recorder shows you wave length. This will indicate whether your computer is hearing the Polar CS200 or not. While recording, see if changing levels or settings on your computer will help your microphone to recognize the CS200. If changing settings does not work, try with another microphone.




To transfer exercises
- Start your WebLink and bring it to the stage where it is ready to listen for the Polar Cycling computer, but not yet started:


- Go to the menu on your CS200 where you can enable data transfer and bring the backcase of your CS200 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 CS200 might vary between 0,3 cm up to 8 cm.

- Press the 'Listen'-button on the WebLink software:


- The WebLink software is in 'Listening'-mode:


- Now, start the data transfer from your CS200. You will hear some chirping noises.

- WebLink records the chirping and sends the exercise to the polarpersonaltrainer.com. You will get an confirmation from successful transfer.



It might take up to a few minutes or attempts to find the right distance between the back case of your Polar CS200 and your microphone (between 0,5 and 15 cm), it depends of various factors (f.e. the microphone used -internal or headset-, the noise around, the position of your CS200 etc.).

Syncing F55 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

To sync F55 to polarpersonaltrainer.com, you'll need to have an internal infrared port or external IrDA compatible infrared device.


To transfer exercises
  • Start WebLink software and bring it to the stage where it is ready to start data transfer, but not yet started:


  • Set your unit to Connect mode by pressing OK button and then upper right button until Connect is displayed.

  • Bring the unit close to the infrared device. To ensure a continuous infrared beam contact between the F55 and the infrared device, set the unit at approximately 90° angle to the receiving infrared port. Place the infrared device within the infrared beam. The range of the infrared beam is 12 cm/ 4.7 inch at maximum.

The infrared beam is not visible to the human eye.


  • Press the Start button on the WebLink software.

The WebLink software is in Connecting mode:


  • When the software finds your Polar product "Connected to your Polar" is displayed

and percentage value starts running.


  • After the successful data transfer number of files sent to polarpersonaltrainer.com is shown.



Try to keep the F55 unit infrared window as level as possible to allow the infrared beam to hit the receiving device as directly as possible. If the infrared beam is at an angle, the data transfer may be interrupted.

If you have an internal infrared port, you may have to face it toward the edge of a level surface (e.g. a table) to be able to place the F55 wrist unit at as direct an angle as possible for data transfer.


Syncing F11 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

Before syncing, check that

- the Polar F11 makes chirping noises when transferring data
- your microphone is able to record audio to your computer (test with e.g. Microsoft Sound Recorder).

Go to your the Sound Recorder on your computer, click Record, and select to send data from your F11 (make it chirp). While the F11 chirps, see if the Sound Recorder shows you wave length. This will indicate whether your computer is hearing the Polar F11 or not. While recording, see if changing levels or settings on your computer will help your microphone to recognize the F11. If changing settings does not work, try with another microphone.




To transfer exercises
- Start your WebLink and bring it to the stage where it is ready to listen for the Polar Fitness monitor, but not yet started:

- Go to File - Send mode and put the backcase of your F11 close to the microphone, do NOT press the OK button yet to activate the transfer.
- Press the 'Listen'-button on the WebLink software:


- The WebLink software is in 'Listening'-mode.
- Press OK button of your Polar F11 and the data transfer starts (chirping noises).
- WebLink records the chirping and sends the exercise to the polarpersonaltrainer.com



It might take up to a few minutes or attempts to find the right distance between the back case of your Polar F11 and your microphone (between 0,5 and 15 cm), it depends of various factors (f.e. the microphone used -internal or headset-, the noise around, the position of your F11 etc.).

Syncing F6/F7 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

Before syncing, check that
- the F6/F7 makes chirping noises when transferring data
- your microphone is able to record audio to your computer (test with e.g. Microsoft Sound Recorder).
Go to your the Sound Recorder on your computer, click Record, and select to send data from your F6/F7 (make it chirp). While the F6/F7 chirps, see if the Sound Recorder shows you wave length. This will indicate whether your computer is hearing the Polar F6/F7 or not. While recording, see if changing levels or settings on your computer will help your microphone to recognize the F6/F7. If changing settings does not work, try with another microphone.



To transfer exercises

- Start your WebLink and bring it to the stage where it is ready to listen for the F6/F7, but not yet started:

- Go to the Files - Send menu on your F6/F7 where you can enable data transfer and bring the backcase of your F6/F7 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 F6/F7 might vary between 0,5 cm up to 15 cm.

- Press the 'Listen'-button on the WebLink software:


- The WebLink software is in 'Listening'-mode:

- Now, start the data transfer from your F6/F7. You will hear some chirping noises.

- WebLink records the chirping and sends the exercise to the polarpersonaltrainer.com. You will get a confirmation from successful transfer.



It might take up to a few minutes or attempts to find the right distance between the back case of your F6/F7 and your microphone (between 0,5 and 15 cm), it depends of various factors (f.e. the microphone used -internal or headset-, the noise around, the position of your F6/F7 etc.).

Syncing RS200 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

Before syncing, check that
- the RS200 makes chirping noises when transferring data
- your microphone is able to record audio to your computer (test with e.g. Microsoft Sound Recorder).

Go to your the Sound Recorder on your computer, click Record, and select to send data from your RS200 (make it chirp). While the RS200 chirps, see if the Sound Recorder shows you wave length. This will indicate whether your computer is hearing the Polar RS200 or not. While recording, see if changing levels or settings on your computer will help your microphone to recognize the RS200. If changing settings does not work, try with another microphone.



To transfer exercises
- Start your WebLink and bring it to stage where it is ready to listen for the Polar Running computer, but not yet started:


- Choose the exercise you want to transfer on your RS200 and bring the back of your RS200 close to the microphone, do NOT press the red button yet to activate the transfer.
- Press the 'Listen'-button on the WebLink software:


- The WebLink software is in 'Listening'-mode:


- You now press the red button of your Polar RS200 and the data transfer starts (chirping noises).

- WebLink records the chirping and sends the exercise to the polarpersonaltrainer.com. You will get an confirmation from successful transfer.



It might take up to a few minutes or attempts to find the right distance between the backcase of your Polar RS200 and your microphone (between 0,5 and 15 cm), it depends of various factors (f.e. the microphone used -internal or headset-, the noise around, etc.).

Syncing CS600X/CS600/CS400 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

  1. Start WebLink software and bring it to the stage where it is ready to start data transfer, but not yet started.

  2. Set your product to Connect mode and face it towards the infrared device. You should have this icon in the system tray (usually bottom right of your computer display) to indicate that you have established connection with the computer.If you have an internal IrDA port, please see that the Polar product and the laptop infrared windows are parallel to each other. You may help this by bringing the laptop closer to the edge of the table.

  3. Press the Start-button on the WebLink software. The WebLink software enters connecting mode.

  4. When the software finds your Polar product, "Connected to your Polar" text is displayed.

  5. After the successful data transfer number of files sent to polarpersonaltrainer.com is shown.

You will find the transferred exercises on the appropriate dates in the polarpersonaltrainer.com calendar.

Syncing RS800CX/RS800/RS400sd/RS400 with polarpersonaltrainer.com

  1. Start WebLink software and bring it to the stage where it is ready to start data transfer, but not yet started.

  2. Set your product to Connect mode and face it towards the infrared device. You should have this icon in the system tray (usually bottom right of your computer display) to indicate that you have established connection with the computer.If you have an internal IrDA port, please see that the Polar product and the laptop infrared windows are parallel to each other. You may help this by bringing the laptop closer to the edge of the table.

  3. Press the Start-button on the WebLink software. The WebLink software enters connecting mode.

  4. When the software finds your Polar product, "Connected to your Polar" text is displayed.

  5. After the successful data transfer number of files sent to polarpersonaltrainer.com is shown.

You will find the transferred exercises on the appropriate dates in the polarpersonaltrainer.com calendar.

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