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How to transfer exercises via SonicLink to PPP SW4

You can transfer the exercise data saved with Polar S520, Polar S510 and Polar S410 to the Polar Precision Performance SW 4 or later via the SonicLink data transmission.

To transfer exercises via SonicLink you need a personal computer with a sound card and microphone.

Software settings
Before you start transferring an exercise you need to define the heart rate monitor type for the SonicLink in the software.

  • Select Options Preferences and open the Hardwarepage. Then select the heart rate monitor type in the SonicLink row. When the monitor type is selected the SonicLink feature will be displayed in the Tools menu. Also the SonicLink button appears on the toolbar.

Transferring an exercise to the software
1. From the Tools menu, select SonicLink or click the SonicLink button on the toolbar.
2. Select the CONNECT mode in the heart rate monitor e.g. by pressing the lower right button on the heart rate monitor.
3. Keep the back cover of the heart rate monitor within 5 cm / 2" of the microphone.
4. Press the red button on the monitor to start the data transmission. The data transfer will begin and a noise will be heard. Keep the monitor in front of the microphone until the sound has ceased.

During the transmission the connection indicator bar with green dots should not be totally filled. The green dots should rise to around the half way level of the indicator bar.

Troubleshooting for the SonicLink connection
If the data transmission will not succeed with the default settings in the software you need to adjust them in the software preferences or/and in the operating system. To open the box for SonicLink settings select Options Preferences and then open the Hardware page. You find the options for the SonicLink by clicking the Advanced button in the SonicLink row (the button with three dots):
  • Amplification – Increase the amplification value if the green dots in the indicator bar are not visible or only one green dot is visible. The feature increases the sensitivity for receiving the data.
  • Sampling Frequency – Normally the transmission works fine with 44,100 kHz value. If you are using a slow computer select 22,050 kHz. The feature sets the speed for receiving the data.
  • By clicking the button with a loud speaker and controller you can open the Volume Control panel in the operating system. There you can adjust the volume level for the computer's microphone.

Loud sounds and noise may interfere with the data transmission.
If the computer's microphone is very sensitive increasing the distance between it and the HR monitor may enable the connection to function correctly. The green dots should rise to around the half way level of the indicator bar.

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