TRAIN.RED PLUS START GUIDE

Scroll down to get started with your muscle oxygen sensor.

Train.Red PLUS start guide
Overview

Quickstart
1 - unboxing
2 - charge
3 - get started
4 - download the app
5 - smartphone app
6 - place the sensor
7 - measurement
8 - use your data
9 - learn and improve

QUICKSTART

- unpack sensor
- install app
- attach & connect sensor
- ready to go

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1 - Unboxing

Your package contains the following items:

- The Train.Red PLUS
- Charging cable
- Patch Pack (20 patches)
- Strap Pack (S-M-L)
- Durable eva-pouch

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2. Charge

- Use the included charging cable
- Insert the charging cable with care
- The green LED is blinking slowly while charging
- The PLUS is fully charged when the green LED stops blinking.
- You can measure up to 6 hours on a full charge.
- A full charge takes up to 2 hours
- The PLUS resets when you plug in the charging cable.

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3 - get started

- Make sure you're charged (you, and your battery).
- Press the start button to activate the sensor.
- After the start sequence, the green LED is on and the blue LED is blinking. This indicates that the sensor is ready to connect.
- The green LED blinks when the sensor is connected to software (e.g. the APP), and the solid blue or purple LED shows it is connected via Bluetooth or ANT+.
- When you are not connecting the sensor to the APP, it shall shut down automatically.
- Download and install the Train.Red APP in the Google Play Store (step 4).

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4 - Download the app

The app is available from the Android Play Store. Make sure you have a phone with at least android 6.0 and at least 200 Mb of storage.

With the Train.Red app you can:
- Connect up to 4 sensors
- Connect a heartrate sensor
- View live data
- View live features
- Analyze and export your data

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5 - First use of app

Start the app and follow the instructions on the screen. Make sure Bluetooth is enabled. Create a profile and add some required details to get started.

Dashboard:
- profile settings
- system settings
- overview of previously monitored workouts
- quick options to select type workout
- quick option to select sensors
- start button

6 - Place the sensor

The PLUS can be worn everywhere on your body and the app currently saves 8 locations. Select and connect your sensor in the smartphone app's 'connect sensor' section. You can connect up to 4 PLUS sensors and 1 HR sensor at once.

How to strap the sensor:
- Choose the right strap length
- Position the sensor directly on your skin, and place it on the belly of your muscle for maximal results.
- Pull the strap nice and tight, but do not compress your skin.
- OPTIONAL: Standardise placement and protect from ambient light with the Train.Red patch
- Check your sensor placement with our position check in the app

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7 - Measure

- Select your type of sport and workout
- Make sure you selected and positioned the desired sensors
- Start measurement via the play button
- Wait until sensors are connected
- App switches to the live-measurement overview (an overview of data and features)
- By tapping the feature, the user can enlarge the desired feature.
- Go and be ahead
- Press the stop button if you want to stop recording
- The app shows a quick summary of your training


8 - use data

Currently, we are still working on some of the desired features. For now, you can view a summary of each training via the app. If you want to analyze your sessions, you can also export the training to a FIT or CSV file:

Muscle oxygen data
- Muscle states
- TSI% (percentage of available oxygen in your muscles)
- Oxy and deoxyhemoglobin changes
- HbDiff (difference between oxy and deOxy hemoglobin)
- total hemoglobin

And some extra information e.g. battery status, temperature data, timestamps, and BLE quality.

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9 - Learn and improve
10 - cleaning

Clean the sensor by using a soft cloth, moistened with a non-aggressive general purpose cleaner (e.g., alcohol). Do not spill any liquid onto the instrument.