This page goes over the NoblePro Elite Series noise level measurement. We know this is important to many people so we have taken the time to record the noise levels at different treadmill speeds.
How was it measured
The noise was measured at 1 m to the right of the motor cover and 1 m off the ground. The measurement environment was set in a house (so you can relate) with hard floors with no sound absorbing material in the room e.g. curtains. The measurement were taken at 1 km/hr, 10km/h and 20 km/hr with no one on the treadmill.
At 1 km/hr
At 10 km/hr
At 20 km/hr
What is dB?
The decibels (dB) is the unit of measure for sound levels which uses a nonlinear scale. To get an idea of dB level have a look at this chart.
It is important to consider that these measurements are without someone using the treadmill. The users walking and running style as a big impact on the noise levels of the treadmill when in use.
Note: It is not recommended calibrating the treadmill speed using any other device as accuracy is likely going to suffer as a result. It is not recommended to use foot pods for calibration.
How to calibrate the speed
1. Start the treadmill and record the speed using the recommended tachometer at 1 km/hr, 10 km/hr and max speed.
Note: Ensure you follow the tachometer manufacturers user’s manual to measure in km/hr using the correct attachment. If the device does not measure in km/hr ensure to convert the values accordingly.
2. On the treadmill touch screen open Settings>Advanced Settings.
3. Adjust the value up by one if the speed needs to be increased or down by one if it needs to be decrease for the respective value.
The recommended starting values are:
1 km/hr = 90
10 km/hr = 95
20 km/hr = 92
4. Save changes.
5. Repeat step 1-4 until the measured speed is within +/-0.5 km/hr of the target speed of the treadmill.
6. Turn the treadmill off and on against at the power plug and check that the readings have been saved by measuring the speeds at 1, 10 and max km/hr and checking the values.
7. Congratulations! Your treadmill speed is now calibrated.
How to calibrate the incline
This incline calibration is automated for the Elite E8i. Go to Settings>Advanced Settings then click on the Auto Calibration. This will automatically incline, decline and calibrate the treadmill then save the new settings.
belt speed inconsistent at steady speed. The calibration values are out of bounds. Reset and save the default values.
speed shoots up or down. The calibration values are out of bounds. Reset and save the default values.
This page contains the instructions how to connect your NoblePro treadmill to the NoblePro mobile app.
Note: Not all models of NoblePro treadmills have the capability to connect via bluetooth. Please refer to the user’s manual of details.
Before starting, make sure:
Your mobile device has Bluetooth turned on
Airplane mode/flight mode is not turned on
Your mobile device is connected to the Internet
You have downloaded NoblePro app from the App Store or from Google Play and installed it on your mobile device
How to turn the NoblePro E8.0 treadmill Bluetooth on
On your treadmill turn on the Bluetooth using the MDDS / Bluetooth button.
The connection light will start flashing indicating it is looking to connect to the NoblePro app.
How to turn the NoblePro E8i treadmill Bluetooth on
All NoblePro E8i treadmill as of 2020 have Bluetooth hardware that can connect to the mobile NoblePro app and other FTMS campatible apps. The NoblePro E8i Bluetooth function is aways on and there are no bottons to turn it off.
How to connect your NoblePro treadmill to the NoblePro app
Open the NoblePro app on your device and press on the “Scan” button.
Once your NoblePro treadmill has been detected it will appear, then push on the button to connect.
Your NoblePro treadmill is now connected to your NoblePro app. Next have a look at the overview of the NoblePro app video below.
The FiTness Machine Service protocol better known as FTMS is the latest Bluetooth standard used to control fitness equipment including treadmills, training bikes and rowing machines.
Why is it so important?
It is revolutionizing app development as we know it! Because it standardises how we link to equipment it enables 3rd party apps like Zwift to communicate with your fitness equipment reliably without the need to buy new hardware.
Why buy a FTMS enabled product?
The use of FTMS enables the use of free and paid apps with your fitness equipment for current and future apps. This means you can breathe inspiration into your fitness routine now and into the future.
This page contains the instructions how to find your AnyDesk address for Elite E8i treadmill. AnyDesk allows the support team to assist you remotely by remotely accessing your treadmill with your permission.
Note: Please ensure your treadmill software is up to date before starting this process. To find your software version and current version follow the guide here.
1. Go to Setting>AnyDesk
2. Locate the AnyDesk address at the top of the screen.
There have been reports of NoblePro Elite treadmills starting or resuming a session without user input when connected to Zwift. This issue soley related to the Zwift app as the treadmills are functioning as per design.
What is happening?
The Zwift app is sending the treadmill start session instructions via Bluetooth every few seconds. This means that when you connect to Zwift it will try and start or resume treadmill session no matter the user input.
Who is efffected?
It was identified to effect Zwift App on iOS version 1.0.48093 – 1.0.49821 . There has been no record of issues using the Zwift android app with the NoblePro treadmills and is functioning is expected.
This error will effect all brands of fully FTMS enabled treadmills as the FTMS protocol is glabally standardised and used throughout the fitness indusrty.
How do I fix it?
Zwift App on iOS needs to be updated to version 1.0.49822 or later. If the issue persists please report the issue to Zwift Support here.