• Belt length: 160 cm.
  • Belt width: 50 cm.
  • Speed: 0-25 km/h.
  • Elevation: 0-14° (0-25%).
  • Pulse Control with pulse band Polar 7+10.
  • Track Simulation GPX.
  • Speed Deviation: ±1%.
  • Elevation Deviation: ±0,2%.
  • Motor w. permanent magnet 3,4 kW.
  • Full torque from 1-3000 rpm.
  • Emergency Stop Switch.
  • Prepared for Auto Positioning.

The treadmill

The Rodby RL1602E treadmill is our shortest treadmill and built for running and walking exercises in confined spaces or for private use at home. Belt length is 160 cm and the width 50 cm. 

The treadmill is equipped with Pulse Control. All new Rodby treadmills are delivered with Control System 2.0 including a computer, a touch screen, keyboard and mouse.

Pulse Control is standard

All Rodby treadmills delivered with Control System 2.0 features Pulse Control as standard. Pulse control requires a connected Polar pulse band (version 7 or 10) and allows you to set a target pulse (Target Pulse). The control system adjusts the speed of the belt to reach the user’s desired pulse. This is a very useful feature when you want to be sure to stay within the desired pulse range for endurance training, fat burning, aerobic exercise, anaerobic exercise or interval training.

Track Simulation GPX is standard

Rodby treadmills with Control System 2.0 features an import function of a GPX file created by a GPS device so that you can exercise on the simulated track. This provides an excellent way to prepare for a race and exercise with almost the same conditions as the real track. Use Track Simulation GPX for your favorite home track in the forest or an competition track such as a marathon or the Vasaloppet.

Auto Positioning as Option

Treadmill with Control system 2.0 can be equipped with Auto Positioning. Auto positioning allows the treadmill through sensors to determine the user’s position and automatically increases the belt speed of the treadmill when the user approaches the front of the treadmill and decrease the belt speed when the user falls back on the belt. In this way, the user can control the speed of the belt through his own position during exercise.