In order to eliminate possible faulty data, the app always collects your pulse values over ten minutes and calculates your average pulse for those ten minutes. Your current manual pulse measurement therefore can only be shown directly on your tracker, but the app will of course take it into account for the calculation of your current 10-minute-intervall.
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- What data does the Smart Activity Tracker AM 1800/1801 measure?
- How can I view the individual activity, pulse and sleep data of the Smart Activity Tracker AM 1800/1801 in the FITvigo app?
- What do the trend curves and bars in the graph (diagram) show?
- How is the covered distance calculated if I do not enter a stride length in the FITvigo app?
- How do I measure my pulse?
- Why can't I see the pulse value, which I just manually measured on the tracker, in my FITvigo app?
- How can I activate the sleep mode on my Smart Activity Tracker AM 1800/1801?
- I have done a midday nap - why don't I see it in the FITvigo app?
- My tracked data doesn’t seem to be 100% correct