Enjoy our third generation research grade measurement tool--the NL-2000i activity monitor (security strap included). The NL-2000i uses our made-in-Japan 3D (triaxial) piezoelectric resistance sensor and CPU, so it can be tucked in one's pocket or worn on a break-away lanyard. It's easy to use, rich with practical features and available in four great colors: rojo red, silver, blue, and deep red. This one is silver!
NEW-LIFESTYLES NL-2000i Activity Monitor Features:
Orders for 1 to 24 activity monitors include 1 product manual per
activity monitor. Orders for more than 25 activity monitors are
considered bulk orders. Bulk orders include 1 product manual, but
product manuals are available online at any time.
- Steps, active steps, distance (in miles or kilometers), MVPA time, active calories, total calories, time of day (clock), 7- or 14-day memory, 1st and 2nd week data averages, activity intensity review graph, 7- or 14-day moderate activity "snapshots", keylock, memory loop or lock and ability to set low and high intensity levels
- Made in Japan 3D internal sensor mechanism and CPU
- Personal stats settings: age, height, weight, gender
- Goal settings: steps per day, active steps per day and active (MVPA) minutes
- Advanced user settings: 7- or 14-day memory, low and high intensity levels, keylock or unlock and memory loop or lock
- Stores data for 7 or 14 days
- Automatically resets daily totals
- Silent--makes no clicking noise
- Counts steps at slower speeds and on the overweight and obese better than suspended-lever arm pedometers
- Easily switches between imperial (miles) or metric (kilometer) modes
- Activity monitor dimensions: 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1/2 inches (6.35 x 3.81 x 1.27 cm)
- Activity monitor weight: 0.9 ounce (25.5 grams)
- Battery operation; uses a CR2032 battery included
- Battery life: approximately 6 months
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want to use a purchase order? If so, in addition to your order, we will
need an authorized (signed) purchase order sent to us via email NLpedometers@gmail.com or mail to:
Attn: Order Department
NOTE: NEW-LIFESTYLES, Inc. reserves the right to deny credit. There will
be a $20 service fee for any purchase order under $200. (This does not
include pre-paid orders via check, money order or credit card.)
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Remove battery cover using screwdriver provided. Install included lithium CR2032 battery with “+” side up and then replace cover and screw. Tighten screw gently but securely.
Choose inches or cm (centimeters) by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set clock to the correct AM or PM hour by pressing < or > key. Press SET key and then set minutes by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set weight by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set height by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set age by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Choose gender F(emale) or M(ale) by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set Target Steps by pressing < or > key to decrease or increase Target Steps in increments of 500. Press SET key.
Set Target Minutes by pressing < or > key to decrease or increase Target Active Minutes. Press SET to enter Real-time.
Shows current day modes--STEPS, ACTIVE STEPS, ACTIVE MINUTES, DISTANCE, ACTIVE CALORIES, TOTAL CALORIES and TIME (Clock).
- Use MODE key to scroll through various modes.
- In addition, when in TIME (Clock) mode the dot matrix graph displays physical activity intensity level. Review (scroll through) current day’s PA intensity by using < key.
- The Red Line across the display equates to moderate activity.
- 0 to 1 dot indicates no activity to light activity; 2 to 4 vertical dots indicates moderate & vigorous activity
The memory function stores STEPS, ACTIVE STEPS, ACTIVE MINUTES, DISTANCE, ACTIVE CALORIES, and TOTAL CALORIES for 7 or 14 days and displays average values for Week 1 (or Week 1 and Week 2 when set for 14 day memory).
Review (scroll through) previous days by pressing MEMORY key. Day 1 = yesterday, 2 = two days ago, 3 = three days ago, etc. For example, if today is Monday, then “1” would be Sunday, “2” would be Saturday, “3” would be Friday, etc.
- Then use the MODE key to view previous days’ STEPS, ACTIVE STEPS, ACTIVE MINUTES, etc.
- When in Memory Mode the dot matrix intensity bar graph displays bouts of physical activity over a 24-hour period. A bar with 4 dots represents at least 10 minutes of moderate intensity activity, 3 dots represents at least 5 minutes of moderate intensity activity, 2 dots represents at least 2 minutes of moderate intensity activity, 1 dot represents less than 2 minutes of moderate intensity activity, and zero dots represents no movement or not wearing the device.
The Advanced Set-up was designed for researchers, but others may also find its features useful. To enter Advanced Set-up press and hold SET key to enter regular Set-up. With the hour flashing press and hold SET key again until “Unloc Keyloc” appears on display. This is Advanced Set-up.
Set Keyloc(k) to Unloc(k) or Loc(k). If set to Unloc(k), the keys can be used. If set to Loc(k), the keys can not be used and “Keyloc” will show on the lower part of the display. To deactivate Loc(k) press and hold the recessed RESET button located on the back of the NL-2000i for 6 seconds. Press SET key. Researchers please note: To lock the display on TIME (Clock), set Keyloc(k) to Loc(k) while in the TIME (Clock) mode and the display will show clock time only.
Set Memory to 7 or 14 day by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set Memory to Loop or Loc(k) by pressing < or > key. Press SET key. If “Loop” is selected, the NL-2000i will drop the oldest day’s data and add the newest day’s data. If “Loc(k)” is selected, the NL-2000i will lock (stop) recording data at the end of 7 or 14 days and “FULL Memory” will appear on the display. To deactivate Memory Loc(k) remove and replace the battery BUT IF THE DATA IS NEEDED, RECORD DATA FIRST!
Set Level L(ow) to the desired level by pressing < or > key. Press SET key.
Set Level H(igh )to the desired level by pressing < or > key. Press SET key 9 times to return to Real-time mode.
The NL-2000i activity intensity range is automatically set at level 3-8. The lower and upper threshold of the intensity level can be set anywhere from 2-8. Level 2 is considered light intensity, levels 3-6 moderate intensity and 7+ vigorous intensity. Any activity performed at an intensity between and including the set thresholds adds steps to active steps and adds time to active minutes.
Note: When you replace the battery or when you press the RESET button for more than 2 seconds, Keyloc(k) defaults to Unloc(k), Memory1 defaults to 7 days, Memory2 defaults to Loop, Level L(ow) defaults to 3 and Level H(igh) defaults to 8.
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW
How to wear the NL-2000i: Simply attach the security strap to a belt loop or pocket and slide the device in pocket or waistband.
Auto off and on (Sleep Mode): If the NL-2000i detects no movement for 30 seconds the LCD will shut off, but the device will continue to measure and record data. Once the device detects movement the display will turn on.
Auto messages: Morning greeting is “HELLO Go for GOAL!!” To remove morning greeting press MODE once. Target Steps and Target Active Minutes achievement message is “GOAL Good Job!” Press MODE twice for each goal achieved to advance to Real-time.
Distance: For the purpose of calculating distance, stride length does not need to be programmed into the NL-2000i. The NL-2000i uses user data to approximate stride length.
Battery Icon: When the battery is low a battery icon will appear on the lower part of the display.
Protect device from excessive sweat and water: Sweat is highly corrosive. So, to avoid exposing the device to too much sweat or water, slide the device into the small plastic ziplock bag included with your order and then use the device in the usual manner.
NL-2000i-1: How do I reset my NL-2000i to zero?
Remember that the NL-2000i accelerometer resets automatically at
midnight, so daily resets are unnecessary. To reset the NL-2000i press
the recessed RESET button located on the back of the device.
NL-2000i-2: My NL-2000i accelerometer doesn't have a cover to protect the keys/buttons. Should I be concerned about accidental resets?
No, as pressing the keys when the device is in real time mode will not
reset the device, i.e., will not clear your steps, minutes or calorie
NL-2000i-3: Why is my NL-2000i accelerometer’s display blank.
The most likely cause is a dead battery. The NL-2000i uses a CR-2032
battery. Please refer to our NL-2000i User’s Guide for battery
If a new battery does not solve the problem, you may have a broken LCD
(liquid crystal diode). In which case you’ll need to purchase a new
NL-2000i-4: How do I replace the battery in my NL-2000i accelerometer?
Please refer to the NL-2000i User’s Guide for battery installation instructions. It uses a CR-2032 battery.
NL-2000i-5: My NL-2000i accelerometer seems to lose steps during the day.
The clock may not be set or it may be set incorrectly. Press and hold
the SET key for 5 seconds to enter the set mode. Use the < / >
keys to set the correct hour, noting that you may need to continue until
you get to the proper AM or PM. Press the SET key again and use the
< / > buttons to set the minutes. When finished, press the SET key
7 times to exit the setting mode.
NL-2000i-6: I lost the battery compartment cover for my NL-2000i accelerometer.
If you lost your battery compartment cover for your NL-2000i accelerometer, one can be purchased at here.
NL-2000i-7: I got my NL-2000i accelerometer wet.
None of our pedometers or accelerometers are waterproof or
water-resistant. Water can damage your device permanently, but
sometimes one can survive an accidental drowning or trip through the
washing machine. First, remove the battery cover. Remove and properly
dispose of the battery. Leave the cover off and let your step counter’s
innards dry completely. Don’t use a hairdryer as excessive heat may
damage the electronics. After the inside is dry install a new battery.
If the display shows numbers, you were lucky this time! If not, you’ll
need to purchase a new step counter, as water damage is not covered by
NL-2000i-8: How do I set my stride length?
The NL-2000i uses a default stride length that is based on your height. Therefore you will not need to set stride length.NL-2000i-9: My accelerometer doesn't appear to be counting my steps properly. What should I do?
your accelerometer’s accuracy with the 20 Steps Test (within 5% of
actual is considered acceptable). Please note you can test the device
with as many steps as you would like--20, 50, 100, 500, etc.
1. Take note of the number of steps on the device.
2. Walk 20 steps.
3. Check the number of steps it registered.
4. If the total isn't 19 to 21 steps more, retest. Test the device at least three times.
If after testing your accelerometer three times, it does not
count properly, review our return (if you've had your device for fewer
than 30 days) or warranty (if you've had your device for more than 30
days but less than 1 year) policy by clicking the word "Return" in the
bottom navigation bar. Note that our Warranty Policy and Return Policy are two different