All 750T treadmill product offer expanded setup options the facility owner can use to enhance their user’s experience. See below for some of the features.
One of these new features is the ability to set the maximum workout time based on the level of activity in the gym at different times of day. For example, if the club is busy in the morning, with users trying to get in a quick workout at the beginning of their day, the owner may want to limit workout times to ½ hour sessions. Later in the morning, when traffic tapers off to a more moderate level, this maximum time can be expanded to 1 hour. When business picks up again in the evening, workout times can be cut back to 45 minute sessions. Late evening, when there is minimal activity, the maximum workout time can be unlimited. Other choices are a single "Max Time" of 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 90, or 120 minutes or no Max Time setting.
The ability to restrict access to the equipment can be activated using the "lock out code". The lockout feature can be activated on a temporary, one-time-use basis by entering the lock code, or set to always require the code be entered. This can be helpful in settings where close supervision of the user is necessary.
Personal trainers will like the ability to save a program customized to a client’s specific needs. While not appropriate in all facilities, the ability to offer this service in smaller clubs is a plus.
Speed and Elevation Limits
For the 750T Treadmill, there is an added safety feature that allows the owner to set maximum speed and elevation limits. No user should be allowed to run the treadmill at a speed that exceeds their ability. Higher speeds have a higher risk of the user losing control and falling, possibly resulting in injury.
The default speed limit from the factory is 12.4 MPH (20.0 KPH). In certain settings, for example a sports team’s training center, the treadmill can be set to its full speed of 15.6 MPH (25.1 KPH). In other facilities, such as a Physical Rehabilitation Center, a lower setting may be appropriate.
Likewise, the elevation limit can be set anywhere from 0% to 15% grade. The ability to set the appropriate limits allows the owner greater control, for the safety of their users.
Of course, the E-STOP Lanyard should be used at all times.
How to activate these and other features can be found in your Owner’s Manual under the heading "Setting Operation Options".