Using the Cardiac Watch H-Plus App

The H Plus app for your smart phone will significantly increase the value of the information your watch provides, as well as show you historical data on your various functions.  In this section, we will go through the App screen by screen to give you a full understanding of its functions and features.

Installing The App for Your Smart Phone.

To get the most out of your Cardiac Watch purchase, you’ll need to download the free app that is available in app stores. The Cardiac Watch will work with many types of fitness apps but we recommend our app called HPLUS.

The following links will take you to the appropriate App store. You can also scan the back of the box your Cardiac Watch came for the Q-Code to be taken directly to the store.

If You Have an Iphone.

If You Have and Android Phone and Use Google Play for Your Apps

Connecting Your Watch to Your Phone via Bluetooth

To do this follow these steps.

  1. On the app on your phone, touch the WATCH ICON at the bottom of your screen that says device.  You will be taken to the next screen.
  2. Near the top of the screen you will see a button that says BIND DEVICE.
  3. BE SURE YOUR WATCH IS ON to connect to your phone.
  4. The app will find your watch including it’s serial number.
  5. Touch the device information on your phone and it will connect your phone to your watch.
  6. On some phones, you may get a notice or request asking if it’s ok to connect to the device.  Click Yes.

Your all set up and your phone should be paired with your phone.  If you have any trouble – please contact our support team Help Desk and we will provide you with assistance.

You can navigate from screen to screen on the app by swiping left or right and you’ll find all of the cardiac tracking applications when you are on the home screen button – and then swipe left or right to find the one you want.

Application Functions and Features

After you have downloaded and installed the app as well as synced your phone using the instructions above, you’ll be able to navigate the app and take advantage of all it’s options and features.

The Home Screen / First Screen. 

The first screen you will see – or the home screen will show you your movement tracker and specifically your steps taken for that day or period you have been wearing the watch.  As you can see in the screen shot below, it shows 124 steps have been taken.

The Sleep Screen / Second Screen. 

On the second screen that you swipe to, you’ll find the Sleep Monitoring Screen.  This shows how you slept over the measured period with a visual graph of your deep sleep, light sleep and being awake.

The Heart Rate Screen / Third Screen. 

On this screen you can see your heart beating patterns for the day as well as your lowest heart beat total, your daily average and your highest total.  In addition you can see in the line graph how your heart was beating throughout the day.

Historical Data Tracking

If you want to see a previous day’s history in any tracking feature, tap the graph for that screen and it will open.  You can then swipe back and forth through the past days that have been tracked.  To go back to the screen for that category, tap the arrow in the top left corner.

The Blood Pressure Screen / Fourth Screen. 

In this screen you can see your estimated blood pressure based on your pulse and EKG measurement.

Please note this is not as effective as a proper medical blood pressure cuff device and is intended to provide you an estimate based on measured data.

The Heart Rate Variability Screen / Fifth Screen. 

This screen shows you the data collected from the 60 second heart rate variability test ( HRV ).  To get a better understanding on what Heart Rate Variability is and how to use this feature for you, please read this article in our knowledge base.  ( a new page will open )


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Understanding Collected Data

The Cardiac Watch is designed to aid users in getting a better understanding of their cardiac functions.  The totals and numbers should be used as a guidance only and every person will have different readings based on their age, the health condition and a wide variety of factors.

Accessing the Settings of the App

The settings screen is located in the button at the bottom of the menu that says DEVICE and is shown as a cardiac watch.  You can see a screen shot of that below.

Tap that button and you will be taken to the settings screen where you can change and set the following.

  1. Notifications on or off.   This is the notification for texts and incoming phone calls from your smart phone.  Green means on, white means off.
  2. Metric or Imperial Reporting.  For American customers, you can change the settings from the default metric settings to imperial measurement here.  Green is imperial, white is metric.
  3. All Day Heart Rate.  This tells the watch to continually check your heart rate if green, or to only check when instructed to do so manually if white.  The main reason for turning this off is to save battery life or if you are not wearing it.
  4. Smart Alarm Clock – Set an alarm for any given time.
  5. Sedentary Reminder – Set the typical times when you are awake and then set the maximum time you want to be reminded that you need to stand up and move rather than sit.  Choose between 45 and 180 mins.
  6. Screen Saver Time – change the length of time that the screen stays lit up on your watch.  By default it’s set to 5 seconds to maximize batter life but can be change to as long as 30 seconds.
  7. Sync Data – Forces the watch to do a manual sync with the app and update all information as well as pushes any changes you make to the watch’s settings via the app.
  8. Unbind Bracelet.  This when selected disconnects the watch from the Bluetooth connection it has with the app and your phone.
  9. Clear Bracelet Data.  This erases all data stored on the watch.
  10. Clear App Data.  This clears all data stored on your phone and the app.
  11. Firmware Upgrade.  Upgrades the operating software on your watch if there is an update available.

Important Disclaimer

This website may contain general information relating to various medical conditions and their treatment.  Such information is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional.   Users of this site or device should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing a health or fitness problem, or disease.  A person should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis or treatment.