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This data field displays the total number of beats your heart has performed since the start of your current activity. Obviously this requires some kind of heart rate sensor (strap or optical).</p><p></p><p>If your device loses its connectivity to the HR sensor during an activity, the counter will continue to increase using the last measured heart rate.</p><p></p><p>The idea for this data field has evolved from a problem contained in a maths exam: A heart rate curve (time vs. heart rate) from a training run was given, and the candidate should calculate the area below this curve and interpret its meaning. That would be the total number of heart beats during the run.</p>

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  • D2™ Bravo D2™ Bravo
  • D2™ Bravo Titanium D2™ Bravo Titanium
  • Edge® 1000 Edge® 1000
  • Edge® 520 Edge® 520
  • Edge® 520 Plus Edge® 520 Plus
  • Edge® 820 Edge® 820
  • Edge® Explore 1000 Edge® Explore 1000
  • Edge® Explore 820 Edge® Explore 820
  • epix™ epix™
  • ForeAthlete® 230J ForeAthlete® 230J
  • ForeAthlete® 235J ForeAthlete® 235J
  • ForeAthlete® 630J ForeAthlete® 630J
  • ForeAthlete® 735XTJ ForeAthlete® 735XTJ
  • ForeAthlete® 920XTJ ForeAthlete® 920XTJ
  • Forerunner® 230 Forerunner® 230
  • Forerunner® 235 Forerunner® 235
  • Forerunner® 630 Forerunner® 630
  • Forerunner® 735XT Forerunner® 735XT
  • Forerunner® 920XT Forerunner® 920XT
  • fēnix® 3 fēnix® 3, quatix® 3, tactix® Bravo
  • fēnix® 3 HR fēnix® 3 HR
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  • vívoactive® vívoactive®
  • vívoactive® HR vívoactive® HR
Average Rating: (1 Rating)

July 5, 2017 | Version 0.0.4-e83

it works ok, I don't know if it says the true, but it's nice! it doesn't save the total heartbeats on the final file so if you don't read the total saving the ride, you won't know how many heartbeats you used then!