Blaupunkt TRAVEL PILOT RGS 06 Technical data

TravelPilot RGS 06
5" TFT Display
7 612 001 126
Installation notes for authorired service workshopsInstructions de montage pour atelier
service après-vente agréé
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Table of contents
Safety information ........................................................................... 3
Installation and connection regulations ..................................................................... 3
Product information ................................................................................................... 3
Notes on the operation of the equipment .................................................................. 3
Preparing for installation ............................................................................................ 3
Installing the navigation unit (Fig.1) ..............................................3
Mounting location for the navigation unit .................................................................. 3
Positive connection .................................................................................................... 3
Negative connection .................................................................................................. 3
Connecting the GPS antenna (Fig.2-4). ......................................... 3
Safety instructions ..................................................................................................... 3
Installing the display (Fig.5-9) ........................................................ 4
Safety instructions ..................................................................................................... 4
Positive-negative connection ..................................................................................... 4
Display installation ..................................................................................................... 4
Display de-installation (Fig. 9) ................................................................................... 4
Installing the speaker ......................................................................4
Installing the control unit ................................................................4
Important instructions for connecting the speedometer
signal .................................................................................................4
Connecting the speedometer signal .......................................................................... 5
Connecting the back-up light signal cable....................................5
Distance calibration .........................................................................5
Installing the wheel sensor and the magnetic strip
(only for vehicles without a speedometer signal) ...................................................... 5
Safety instructions ..................................................................................................... 5
Installing the wheel sensor ........................................................................................ 5
Mounting the magnetic strip ...................................................................................... 5
Installation tolerances for the wheel sensor .............................................................. 5
RGS 06 Service Menu .....................................................................6
Technical data ........................................................................................................... 6
Scope of delivery .............................................................................7
Fig.1-4 ........................................................................................................................ 9
Fig.5-9 ...................................................................................................................... 10
Fig.10-18 .................................................................................................................. 11
Connecting of the sensors............................................................12
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Safety information
Because of the integrated gyro and CD-ROM drive, it is essential that the basic navigation unit be installed in a horizontal
position.
Installation and connection regulations
Preparing for installation
You must disconnect the negative terminal of the battery during the installation and connection of the equipment.
Warning!
Before beginning your work, check the equipment to make sure
that everything has been included: ............................ page 7
You must also comply with all safety instructions provided by the vehicle manufacturer (alarm system, vehicle immobiliser, airbag)!
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The following installation steps must be performed:
Before drilling holes for the mounting brackets or wiring, make sure that you will not damage any existing
wiring or vehicle parts (such as the petrol tank or fuel
lines).
Use cable grommets on sharp-edged holes.
Lay all wiring far enough away from the wiring harness
to prevent interference. The + supply cable must be fitted with a fuse at a maximum of 30 cm from the battery
to protect the vehicle battery and the + supply cable in
the event of a short circuit.
Installing the navigation unit (computer) .......... page 4
Connecting the GPS antenna ............................. page 4
Installing the display ........................................... page 4
Installing the speaker .......................................... page 4
Installing the control unit .................................... page 4
Installing the wheel sensor ................................. page 5
(only for vehicles without a speedometer signal)
Installing the navigation unit
Mounting location for the navigation unit
The navigation unit is suitable for vehicles with:
• 12 volt battery
• Negative pole on the chassis
Equipment fuses:
5 A wiring fuse
5 A equipment fuse
Product information
The TravelPilot RGS 06 navigation system is an autonomous
system equipped with an integrated gyro. Following the entry
and activation of a destination, the system provides visual driving recommendations well in advance of any turn-off points in
the form of pictograms on a 5" colour monitor and spoken driving information over a separate speaker, thus guiding the
motorist from his/her starting point to a selected destination
via the best available route.
The scope of the functions provided is determined in the specifications of the CD-ROM used. The CD-ROM for individual
countries + operating manual are available separately.
Notes on the operation of the equipment
To ensure the trouble-free operation of the navigation system,
a distance calibration must be performed after the equipment
has been installed.
The service software integrated into the basic navigation unit
allows you to start up the navigation system and to calibrate
the wheel sensor using the SERVICE MENU following the installation of the unit or during later servicing. All that is required is a straight stretch of road of at least 100 m in length. The
software also provides additional service functions for analysing any malfunctions in the navigation system.
The system determines the distance travelled via a connection
to the vehicle’s speedometer signal. If there is no speedometer signal available, it will be necessary to have a wheel sensor
mounted by an authorised customer service agent.
The wheel sensor scans a magnetic strip which is glued to the
wheel rim and delivers information on the distance travelled by
the wheel. Due to automatic length adaptation, the magnetic
strip must be applied to the non-driven left-hand wheel.
The system recognises driving forwards and backwards by
evaluating the back-up signal (forwards = 0 volts, backwards =
12 volts) received via the connection contact (RFLS) provided
for that purpose.
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The navigation unit need not be installed at any particular location.
When choosing the mounting location for the navigation unit,
you must make sure that the unit is screwed firmly to the chassis in a horizontal position (you must be able to read the writing on the flap) while observing the following permissible angles of installation:
Position:
right/left
min. -5˚ / max. +5˚
sloping towards the rear min. 0˚ / max. +5˚
A fan has been integrated into the basic navigation unit to provide cooling in the event that it overheats. The air vents around
the unit must remain uncovered to ensure adequate air circulation. Make sure that there is enough room to insert the navigation CD into the CD drive. Use the enclosed installation material in order to mount the navigation unit. See Fig. 1
Positive connection
The navigation unit must be connected to permanent plus 12 V
and positive via the ignition.
Lay the permanent plus 12 V cable (red) to the battery (do not
lay the wiring directly by the cable harnesses). Attach the fuse
holder to protect the positive cable a maximum of 30 cm
from the vehicle battery and connect it to the positive terminal on the battery (if necessary, drill a hole through the
splashboard and use cable grommets accordingly). Connect
the positive switching cable (black) with the fuse holder at terminal 15 (+ switched via ignition) behind the fuse.
In vehicles in which it is not possible to connect the cable in
the fuse box, use the enclosed fuse holder to connect the cable directly to terminal 15 at the ignition.
Negative connection
Screw the negative cable (brown) directly onto the chassis.
Scratch the contact point for the ground down to the bare metal and grease it with anti-seize graphite petroleum (important
for good grounding).
Connecting the GPS antenna
Safety instructions
Mount the antenna only on a metal roof with magnetic
properties (not suitable for aluminium). Do not mount
the antenna on roofs covered with leather or synthetic
materials.
When mounted on a roof (held only by a magnet), the
Fig. 7 The display is mounted directly on a console (telephone console) with the ball joint.
antenna must not be exposed to temperatures of less
than -20 °C or more than +80 °C.
If necessary, use protective sheathing to protect the antenna
cable from being pinched.
The adherent surface of the antenna must be free of dirt, snow,
ice, etc.
You must not lengthen, shorten or put a kink in the antenna
cable. Do not remove the plug during the installation.
If the antenna is painted the same colour as the vehicle, this
may have an adverse effect on the reception, especially if paints
containing a high percentage of metal are used. We assume
no guarantee that the antenna will operate properly after it has
been painted.
On notchback vehicles, attach the antenna to the boot lid using
the mounting brackets. Depending on the thickness of the metal,
use the corresponding headless screws, Fig. 2.
On estate and hatchback cars, affix the antenna to the roof
with its magnetic foot, Fig. 3.
For a roof mount, remove the mounting brackets. Use the adhesive strips enclosed to cover the screw holes, Fig. 4.
For estate and hatchback cars, lay the antenna cable along
the rain gutter downwards and into the interior of the vehicle.
Any obstacles near the antenna, such as roof racks or bicycle
carriers, may have an adverse effect on or even obstruct satellite reception.
Route the antenna cable into the interior of the vehicle and
connect the plug on the antenna cable with the antenna jack
on the basic unit.
It is advisable to remove the antenna from the roof when driving through a car wash.
If the GPS antenna is mounted inside the vehicle, there is no
guarantee that the system will function correctly.
Fig. 8 The display is mounted using the gooseneck 7 612 001
204 and the ball joint. It is necessary to remove the back
panel of the display first.
Drill a 10-mm hole at the mounting location to accommodate the wiring and lay the wiring without subjecting
it to any tensile strains or other loads.
Display de-installation Fig. 9
1 Unscrew the four screws on the back of the display and
remove the rear panel.
2 Pull out the plugs carefully and push them through the mounting base.
3 Then use the mounting material you require.
Installing the speaker
Install the speaker used for the spoken driving recommendations in the footwell of the vehicle.
Important!
Make sure that the vehicle operating elements remain easily
accessible and are not obstructed in any way by the connection cable and the location of the speaker (gear stick, hand
brake, accelerator, clutch or brake pedals, etc.)!
Important!
Before drilling the holes for the mounting screws, make sure
that no damage will be done to covered wiring, the petrol tank
or fuel lines!
Installing the control unit
Installing the display
Mount the control unit bracket in a location where the control
unit will be easily accessible, e.g. on the centre console.
Safety instructions
Important!
Do not mount the control unit within the inflation range of the
airbags (on the driver’s side, the passenger side or the side
airbags) or where it might strike the head or knees of anyone
in the vehicle in the event of an accident!
Before drilling the holes for the mounting screws, make sure
that no damage will be done to covered wiring, the petrol tank
or fuel lines!
Make sure that the vehicle operating elements remain easily
accessible and are not obstructed in any way (gear stick, hand
brake, etc.)!
Never grease or oil the ball-and-socket joint.
The monitor cable must be laid so that it is not subjected to any tensile strains or other loads.
Important!
Do not mount the monitor within the inflation range of
the airbags (on the driver’s side, the passenger side or
the side airbags) or where it might strike the head or
knees of anyone in the vehicle in the event of an accident!
Before drilling the holes for the mounting screws and
wiring, make sure that no damage will be done to covered wiring, the petrol tank or fuel lines!
Important instructions for
connecting the speedometer signal
Positive-negative connection
Connect the negative cable (brown) directly with the negative
cable of the navigation computer (same ground potential).
Connect the positive cable (switched + 12 V) directly with the
positive cable (switched + 12 V) of the navigation computer.
Upon customer request, the lighting connection (orange) can
be connected with vehicle terminal 58d.
Terminal 58d must be regulated by pulse width modulation.
(PWM-signal clock frequency 60 ... 180 Hz, pulse-duty factor
10 % (min.) ... 100 % (max.), positive.
Amplitude - battery voltage. Please refer to the instructions
provided by the vehicle manufacturer.
Display installation
Fig. 6 The display is mounted on the dashboard or console
using the enclosed ball-and-socket base.
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Please observe the following notes when connecting the speedometer signal:
1. Location: In many vehicles the speedometer signal can be
picked up from the vehicle’s car radio jack. Please request
the exact pinning from the vehicle manufacturer customer
service centre or inquire at an authorised navigation dealer.
2. Do not tap the speedometer signal from ABS control units
or the control lines.
3. If a vehicle has not been equipped with a speedometer signal, or if the TravelPilot system is unable to process the
signal correctly, a wheel sensor must be mounted on the
non-driven wheel closest to the middle of the carriageway.
4. Important:
We assume no liability for equipment which has been connected incorrectly and any consequential damages!
Connecting the speedometer signal
Installing the wheel sensor
Important: Only an authorised customer service centre should
make this connection.
Screw the wheel sensor onto the sensor carrier and look for a
suitable mounting location. The sensors must not swing mechanically and they should be placed in a sheltered location,
Fig. 10.
While mounting the wheel sensors, it is essential to comply
with the installation tolerances.
The connection is made with the speedometer signal cable,
see parts included in the delivery, item ; (white plug to white
jack of the sensor adapter cable (item 8) to the vehicle’s specific car radio jack.
Mounting the magnetic strip
Connecting the back-up light signal
cable
Important: Only an authorised customer service centre should
make this connection.
The connection is made with the back-up light signal cable,
see parts included in the delivery, item :, yellow plug to yellow jack of the sensor adapter cable (item 8) to the vehicle
back-up light.
Make sure that this connection is charged with + 12 V when
the vehicle is reversing.
Important:
We assume no liability for equipment which has been connected incorrectly and any consequential damages!
After you have found a suitable location for the wheel sensor,
you must determine the position of the magnetic strip on the
inside of the wheel rim. Mark the location selected for the magnetic strip and remove the wheel.
Because the magnetic strip is glued into position, the rim must
be free of rust, dirt, grease and water. Clean the inside of the
wheel rim thoroughly.
To ensure that the glue adheres properly, the rim must be at
room temperature.
After thoroughly cleaning the rim and perhaps allowing it to
warm up, glue the magnetic strip onto the marked spots over
the entire circumference parallel to the outer edge of the rim,
Fig. 10.
Distance calibration
Note:
Do not glue the magnetic strip directly onto the edge of the rim,
as it is highly susceptible to damage there.
After the completion of all installation and connection work,
it is necessary to perform a distance calibration. Insert the
navigation CD into the basic unit and access the Service Menu.
When the calibration has been completed, the main menu will
ap-pear on the screen. Your RGS 06 will be ready for operation if at least 3 satellites can be received (approx. 10 minutes
of operation after start-up).
Do not piece the magnetic strip togetzer and cut it only at
the marked points (maximum gap between the beginning
and end point, one field = 1 inch = 25,3995 mm).
Mount the wheels and tighten the nuts. Align the wheel sensors in keeping with the installation tolerances and screw them
on.
The wheels must be tighented using the torque recommended by the factory!
Installing the wheel sensor and the
magneticstrip
Lay the sensor wires into the interior of the vehicle (use any
existing bushings or drill new holes) and lay them to the navigation unit.
Only for vehicles without a speed signal. In this case contact your specialised dealership to obtain the required
sensor kit (travel sensor, magnetic strip, holder and
cable). Sensor kit no.: 7 612 001 277.
Installation tolerances for the wheel sensor
Clearance Z:
Safety instructions
Important! The wheel sensor and the magnetic strip
should be installed by an authorised customer service
agent only.
Offset Y:
Always observe the safety instructions provided by the
automotive trade when working on the vehicle!
It is prohibited to screw the wheel sensor onto any loadbearing parts.
Never drill holes in any load-bearing parts.
Do not attach the sensor wiring to the brake lines or to
any moving parts.
The wheels must be tightened using the torque recommended by the manufacturer.
For left-hand drive vehicles, mount the wheel sensor
and the magnetic strip on the non-driven left-hand
wheel, for right-hand drive vehicles, on the non-driven
right-hand wheel. For four-wheel drive cars, on the lefthand rear wheel.
In order to mount the wheel sensor and the magnetic
strip, the vehicle must be jacked up.
Set angle:
Twisting angle:
Length of the
metal holder:
Rotation angle T:
Important! Always observe the safety instructions provided by the automotive trade!
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Z = 6.5 ± 1 mm (steel rim)
Z = 5 - 0/+ 1 mm (aluminium rim)
with respect to the centre of the wheel
sensor, (Fig. 12).
The centre of the sensor must be located over the magnetic strip for the entire
circumference of the wheel, (Fig 13).
The edges of the wheel sensor must
be set at a distance conforming to Z,
(Fig. 14).
The turning angle must not exceed 10°,
(Fig. 15).
The free-standing length must be kept
as short as possible (max. 90 mm).
If the free-standing length is greater
than 90 mm, then the metal holder must
be reinforced, (Fig.16).
The rotation angle must not exceed 20°,
(Fig. 17).
Special case: T = 90˚, Fig. 18
Important: Do not mount the metal holder facing in the direction of the magnetic strip, (Fig. 18 a).
RGS 06 Service Menu
Insert navigation CD
into the basic unit
Enter test stretch in m.
(min. 100 m)
and drive stretch
Reset standby time to
0 min. in the
DSC menu
System install.
- Strech calibr.
Display values:
Gyro, wheel sensor,
speedometer, km/h, direction
- Sensor- test
- GPS status
TURN OFF the ignition
- Keyboard test
- RETURN
Press the DOWN key
for > 5 sec. while you
turn on the iginition
ENT
Display instantaneous
GPS data
Test key
functions
Leaving the system
installation level
(reactivate standby time!)
Switch the engine on in
addition for dynamic test
of the sensor system
System diagnosis
Select national language
Default = German
- Calibration values
- Error memory
Service Menu
- Hardware test
- Change language
- Sensor test
- System install.
- Strech calibr.
- System- diagnosis
- GPS status
- Navigation
- Keyboard test
- LCD test
Leaving the service menu
(reactivate
standby time!)
- Software vers.
- RETURN
Leaving the system
diagnosis level
(reactivate standby time!)
Technical data
Basic navigation unit 8 618 841 990
with integrated gyro, GPS receiver and CD-ROM player
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Rated voltage (Urat)
Rated current (I)
14 V DC
Typically 0.55 A (Imax 1.05 A)
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Stand-by current
Typically 0.35 A
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Speech output/volume
Time to first position computation
Max. 3 Watt/4 Ohm
(Warm start, memory refresh) < 2 minute; (cold start, memory clear) < 15 minutes
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CD-ROM drive
For 12 cm CD to DIN EN 60908 only
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Operating temperature
Mounting orientation
-15°C to +60°C
Horizontal/+5°
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Width
184 cm
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Height
73 cm
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Depth
Weight
171 cm
1.9 kg
5" colour display 8 638 710 538
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Contrast control
Brightness control
Manual on rocker
Automatic by phototransistor, manual on rocker
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Mounting
Universal ball-and-socket joint
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Width
Height
148 mm (without cable and base)
105 mm (without cable and base)
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Depth
51 mm (without cable and base)
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Cable length
5.5 m
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Illumination terminal
Pulse-width-modulated signal on terminal 58d (clock frequency 60 Hz - 180 Hz)
Subject to modification!
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Scope of delivery
1 Navigation unit with integral gyro and GPS receiver
1
2 GPS-antenna
3 Colour display
4 Loudspeaker
2
5 Control unit including bracket
5a 8 618 841 480
Remote control extension cable, 4 m
6 Fixings
7 8 618 841 985
Adapterkabel voor sensor- interface, ca. 25 cm
3
1,45 m
8 8 618 841 412
DC cable, 6 m
9 8 618 842 033
Reversing light cable, 4.5 m
: 8 618 841 988
Speedometer signal cable, 4,5 m
2 m (5 m)
4
2m
4m
8 618 840 754
5
5a
4m
1,7-2,7 m
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6
9
8 618 841 105
2 916 064 005 (4x)
2 910 645 120 (4x)
gelb, yello, jaune, giallo,
geel, gul, amarillo, amarelo
8 618 841 423 (58 x 13) 8 600 660 007 (6x)
8 618 841 421 (58 x 9)
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7
weiß, white, blanc,
bianco, wit, vit, blanco,
branco
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Fig.1
Fig. 2
Fig. 4
Fig. 3
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+12V
br
Fig. 5
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
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Z
Fig.12
2 914 551 015
Sensor midle
Y
max. 10°
Magnetic strip
Z ≥ 5 mm
Z ≤ 8 mm
Fig.13
Fig.10
Z
Fig.14
≤ 10˚
max. 25 mm
Interface
Fig.15
12.7 mm
12.7 mm
≤ 90 mm
Wheel rim
8 618 841 475 (1,5 m)
Magnetic strip
Fig.16
max. 20° max. 20°
Metal holder
max. 25 mm
Magnetic strip
Fig.18 a
Fig.11
Magnetic strip
Fig.17
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Metal holder
Magnetic strip
Fig.18
Connection of the sensors
06
RGS
br
brown
rt
red
ge
yello
or
orange
sw
black
w
white
5"
1,45 m
or
GPS antenna,
Klemme/Terminal/ Morsetto/Borne 58d
(nur PWM-Steuerung, PWM driven only, solo comando
modulaz. ampiezza imp., alleen PBM-besturing, kun PWMstyring, endast PWM-styrn, solo control PWM)
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1,45 m
br
br
1,45 m
rt
5,5 m
sw
sw
ge
ge
w
ge
RFLS
KL. 15
sw
sw
4m
4m
sw
4m
12 V
sw
4m
4,5 m
ge
2m
ge
Control unit,Unité de commande
3m
Sped impuls
KL. 30
ge
ge
w
ge
Reversing light signal, Reverse = 12 V
rt
CAN-Bus
Distance sensor
Loudspeaker
Kl.30