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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #165 on: December 10, 2009, 10:25:26 pm »

Please send latest firmware to : freezetse@gmail.com  . Thx
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #166 on: December 12, 2009, 11:05:03 am »

Please send latest firmware to : freezetse@gmail.com  . Thx

Dear customer,

The firmware has been sent out, please check.

Regards

Geoffrey
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Re: Pace
« Reply #167 on: December 12, 2009, 01:01:16 pm »

We have implemented two method:
Method 1: Base on the distance of beginning 3min and do calculation of Pace base on 3 sec shift.
Method2: To get pace base on first 1km and then to get next pace by 100m shift. (last 1km/time)

So far, it is not bad! :) But the two value seems is not equal. ???

Sincerely,

Geoffrey
Hi Geoffrey,

You canīt expect the two values to be equal. That are two different methods.
 I think method 2 is more reliable because the relative error is smaller than with method 1.
But why donīt you verify the methods with the real pace?
The way I would do is the following:
Go to a 400 m running-track and mark every 10 m.
Make a beep-pace-file in mp3-format and use a mobilephone or mp3-player for sound-paceing. Every 3,6 sec. one beep is a pace of 6:00 min/km. When you run, you have to be at a mark every time when it beeps. If you are a little to late, you have to run a little faster, ifyou are behind the mark run a little slower. You can control your speed very comfortable this way. Than have a look at the watch if the pace there is 6:00 min/km or how much it is different or varies. This is the first step to test if your method 1 is more reliable or method 2. You can do more tests with other speeds. One beep every 3,3 sec. is a pace of 5:30 min/km for example. As told, this could be the first step. The next is to change the speed after a while in order to watch the reaction of the watch.

If I should help you making the mp3-pace-files let me know.

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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #168 on: December 12, 2009, 02:59:57 pm »

Please could you send a copy of the firmware to barry.j.hill@gmail.com

Thanks
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #169 on: December 14, 2009, 05:14:01 am »

I am also interested in the latest Firmware  :P :P
franssonthomas@hotmail.com
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Re: Pace
« Reply #170 on: December 14, 2009, 10:39:46 am »

We have implemented two method:
Method 1: Base on the distance of beginning 3min and do calculation of Pace base on 3 sec shift.
Method2: To get pace base on first 1km and then to get next pace by 100m shift. (last 1km/time)

So far, it is not bad! :) But the two value seems is not equal. ???

Sincerely,

Geoffrey
Hi Geoffrey,

You canīt expect the two values to be equal. That are two different methods.
 I think method 2 is more reliable because the relative error is smaller than with method 1.
But why donīt you verify the methods with the real pace?
The way I would do is the following:
Go to a 400 m running-track and mark every 10 m.
Make a beep-pace-file in mp3-format and use a mobilephone or mp3-player for sound-paceing. Every 3,6 sec. one beep is a pace of 6:00 min/km. When you run, you have to be at a mark every time when it beeps. If you are a little to late, you have to run a little faster, ifyou are behind the mark run a little slower. You can control your speed very comfortable this way. Than have a look at the watch if the pace there is 6:00 min/km or how much it is different or varies. This is the first step to test if your method 1 is more reliable or method 2. You can do more tests with other speeds. One beep every 3,3 sec. is a pace of 5:30 min/km for example. As told, this could be the first step. The next is to change the speed after a while in order to watch the reaction of the watch.

If I should help you making the mp3-pace-files let me know.

Regards

Longjog

Hi Longjog

Thank you for information. I have a question on beep-pace-files there:
Do it mean I start to run when beep? And one beep one step?

Regards

Geoffrey
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #171 on: December 14, 2009, 11:27:27 am »

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Go to a 400 m running-track and mark every 10 m.

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Do it mean I start to run when beep? And one beep one step?

Only if you have 10m steps...

The idea is to pass a 10m marking each beep. Sometime you will be a bit slow and sometime a bit faster but your average speed should be very near a pace of 6:00 min/km
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #172 on: December 14, 2009, 05:11:38 pm »

Hi Geoffrey,

there was already a post regarding indoor mode in this forum. In our training group (mountain biking) we are going to do spinning (indoor cycling) during the winter time. We would kindly like to ask if there will be a firmware version which supports heartrate tracking even when there is no GPS signal. One buddy here has a GPS watch from another vendor which can do this quite well. Despite this wish we are very satisfied with the Globalsat watch.

Best Regards
Robix
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Re: Pace
« Reply #173 on: December 15, 2009, 02:10:31 am »

Hi Longjog

Thank you for information. I have a question on beep-pace-files there:
Do it mean I start to run when beep? And one beep one step?

Regards

Geoffrey

Hi Geoffey,
You beginn running with a beep and you should be at the next mark (10 m distance) at the next beep and so on.
It is only a pacemaker which supports you to run with a constant speed. Maybe you have an other idea like a motordriven playing-car which can drive with a constant speed.
Btw: I am using a pace-file with increasing speed for conconi-test.

Sincerely

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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #174 on: December 16, 2009, 04:41:18 pm »

Dear Geoffrey

Please send latest firmware to f.hellstrom@telia.com

Best Regards
Fredrik from Sweden
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #175 on: December 18, 2009, 06:26:13 am »

Dear Geoffrey,

Please send the latest firmwareX to abdominizer@hotmail.com

Regards
Jonas
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #176 on: December 18, 2009, 11:27:39 am »

Hi Geoffrey,

there was already a post regarding indoor mode in this forum. In our training group (mountain biking) we are going to do spinning (indoor cycling) during the winter time. We would kindly like to ask if there will be a firmware version which supports heartrate tracking even when there is no GPS signal. One buddy here has a GPS watch from another vendor which can do this quite well. Despite this wish we are very satisfied with the Globalsat watch.

Best Regards
Robix

Hello Robix

We are implementing right now, expect it will be release by next week.

Have a nice weekend,

Geoffrey
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #177 on: December 18, 2009, 11:28:47 am »

Dear Geoffrey

Please send latest firmware to f.hellstrom@telia.com

Best Regards
Fredrik from Sweden

Dear Fredrik, Jonas

The firmware has been sent to your email, please have a check.

Sincerely,

Geoffrey  :D
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #178 on: December 19, 2009, 02:17:48 pm »

Hello Geoffrey,
Iīm from Portugal can you please send me the firmware X as well.

Thankīs

Paulo Monteiro.
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Re: Firmware X release!!
« Reply #179 on: December 19, 2009, 04:24:01 pm »

Dear Geoffrey

Please could you send me a copy of the firmware to my email address cheers

barry.j.hill@gmail.com

Cheers
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