Mazda Navigation system Owner`s manual

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NAVIGATION
SYSTEM
Preparation
See page 4 for specific information.
Immediate Use
See page 4 for specific information.
Before Use
Getting
Started
Routing
If Necessary
See page 5 for specific information.
If
Necessary
©2008 Mazda Motor Corporation
Printed in Japan Sep. 2008(Print1)
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Please contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer if you are missing the
following
lOwner’s Manual
CAUTION:
ALWAYS OPERATE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY AS
INSTRUCTED.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
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Contents
Preparation
n Before Use
Before Use
Accessories........................................................................................ 2
Contents ............................................................................................. 4
Safety Information .............................................................................. 6
Introduction ........................................................................................ 8
(Safe Product Use), (Navigation System), (Screens),
(LCD (Liquid Crystal Display))
Names and Functions ........................................................................ 9
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n Getting Started
l Activation....................................................................................... 11
(Activating the Navigation System), (Setting the Language),
(Setting the Clock, Outside Temperature Display and Other Settings),
(Upgrading the Map Information Version)
l Menu ............................................................................................. 14
l Navigation Set Up ......................................................................... 15
(Navigation Setup)
l Screen Names and Functions....................................................... 18
(Screens Before Setting Route), (Screens During Route Guidance),
(Adjusting the Map Scale), (Screen Adjustments)
l Character Entry............................................................................. 20
(Street Name, City Name, and Other Input)
n Routing
l Set Destination.............................................................................. 22
(Address), (Search Area), (Input City Name), (Previous), (Home),
(Point of Interest (POI)), (Intersection), (Map)
l Find Local POI .............................................................................. 32
(Select Search Point)
l Cancel/Edit Route ......................................................................... 34
(Cancel Guidance), (Change Route), (Route Preferences)
l Edit Memory Point......................................................................... 36
(Edit Memory Point), (Edit Home)
l Browse Map & Mark...................................................................... 40
(Browse Map & Mark)
l POI Icons on Maps ....................................................................... 41
(POI (Point of Interest) Icons)
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Before Use
n If Necessary
l Precautions/System Performance ................................................. 43
(Voice Guidance), (Repeating Voice Guidance), (GPS), (Map Matching),
(Positioning Accuracy), (Route Guide), (Route Search), (License)
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Safety Information
n Read this owner’s manual for your Navigation System carefully before using the system.
It contains instructions about how to use the system in a safe and effective manner.
Mazda assumes no responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to observe the instructions
given in this manual.
Before Use
n This manual uses pictographs to show you how to use the product safely and to alert you to potential
dangers resulting from improper connections and operation. The meanings of the pictographs are
explained below. It is important that you fully understand the pictographs and explanations in order to
use this manual and the system properly.
Warning
Warning
The presence of this warning symbol in the text is intended to
alert you to the importance of heeding the operation
instructions. Failure to heed the instructions may result in
severe injury or death.
n Do not keep your eyes fixed on the monitor screen or operate the system
while driving.
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Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time
spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving.
Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and can
cause accidents. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and use the parking brake
before operating the system.
n Always obey local traffic regulations.
Your guided route may include roads that are not open to vehicles or are closed due to
traffic regulations. Comply with the local traffic regulations and take another route.
n Do not use the unit when it is out of order.
If the unit is out of order (no image, no sound) or in an abnormal state (has foreign matter
in it, is exposed to water, is smoking, or smells), turn it off immediately and consult an
Authorized dealer, we recommend an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Using the unit in an outof-order condition may lead to accidents, fires, or electric shocks.
n Use the proper power supply.
This product is designed for operation with a negative grounded 12 V DC battery system.
n Do not disassemble.
Do not disassemble the product or attempt to repair it yourself. If the product needs to be
repaired, take it to an Authorized dealer, we recommend an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
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Cautions
n Do not use the product where it is exposed to water, moisture, or dust.
Exposure to water, moisture, or dust may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit.
Make especially sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on rainy days.
n Keep the voice guidance volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and traffic conditions while driving.
Before Use
Caution
The presence of this caution symbol in the text is intended to
alert you to the importance of heeding the operation
instructions. Failure to heed the instructions may result in injury
or material damage.
Caution
n Protect the insertion slot for the SD card which contains the navigation map data.
Do not insert any foreign object into the installation slot.
n This navigation system is designed exclusively for use in automobiles.
This navigation system should only be installed in an automobile. Do not install it in a
ship, aircraft, or any other vehicles except an automobile. Do not use it detached from the
vehicle.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions;
(1) This device may not cause interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
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Introduction
Safe Product Use
n Extremely
low or high temperatures may interfere with normal operation
Before Use
The inside of the vehicle can become very hot or cold when it is parked for extended
periods in direct sunlight or in cold places with the engine turned off. The navigation system
may not operate normally under such circumstances. Turn off the navigation system until
the inside of the vehicle has cooled down or warmed up. If the system does not operate
thereafter, consult an Authorized Dealer, we recommend an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
Navigation System
This navigation system utilizes GPS* satellite signals, a speed sensor and gyrosensor to track
and display your vehicle’s current position, and to guide you from your starting point to your
destination along a calculated route.
* : GPS (Global Positioning System) is a position detecting system utilizing the signals from GPS satellites
deployed by the U.S. Defense Department.
Screens
Screens displayed in this manual may differ from those on the actual display.
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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Direct sunlight or other outside light sources make it difficult to view the images on the display.
For moonroof-equipped vehicles, close the sunshade to better view the display.
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Names and Functions
Steering Switch
The navigation system can be operated by pressing the steering switches.
Before Use
Press the switch while the selection cursor is displayed. The
selection cursor can be moved to the left.
Press the switch while the map scroll cursor is displayed. The
map screen can be scrolled to the left.
Pressing the switch while in map mode switches the screen in
the order of Current Position, Compass, and Course List
screens. To switch back to the Current Position screen, press
the switch on the Course List screen.
2. Right switch:
Press the switch while the selection cursor is displayed. The
selection cursor can be moved to the right.
Press the switch while the map scroll cursor is displayed. The
map screen can be scrolled to the right.
Pressing the switch while in map mode switches the screen in
the order of Current Position, Course list, and Compass
screens. To switch back to the Current Position screen, press
the switch on the Compass screen.
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1. Left switch:
Note
The Course List screen is displayed only when the destination is set and the vehicle is on
route.
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3. Enter (up/down) switch:
Press the Enter (up/down) switch to select the desired item.
The navigation menu is displayed by pressing the Enter (up/
down) switch while the map screen is displayed.
To move the selection cursor up or down, press the Enter (up/
down) switch up or down while the selection cursor is
displayed.
Press the Enter (up/down) switch up or down while the map
scroll cursor is displayed. The map screen scrolls up or down.
Press the Enter (up/down) switch up or down while the map
screen is displayed to zoom in/out of the map screen.
4. Navi switch:
Used to switch to the navigation mode system.
Pressing the switch while the Navigation Menu screen or Map
Scroll screen is displayed switches the display to the Current
Position screen.
Pressing the switch after the voice guidance has finished
repeats the voice guidance. (
page 43)
5. BACK switch:
Used to undo the previous screen operation.
6. INFO switch:
Used to switch the modes.
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Activation
Activating the Navigation System
The following operation procedure is for activating the navigation system.
2
After a moment, the CAUTION screen is displayed.
3
Press the Enter (up/down) switch to switch the screen to MENU. (
Getting Started
1
With the ignition switched to ACC or ON, press the Navi switch on the steering
switch.
lIf you are in agreement with the CAUTION
statement, press the Enter (up/down) switch up or
down to set the cursor to
.
Press the Enter (up/down) switch to switch the
screen to Current position.
lTo change the language, set the cursor to
. Press the Enter (up/down)
switch to switch the screen to LANGUAGE
SELECTION. (
page 12)
page 14)
Note
While on the current position screen, press the Enter (up/down) switch up or down to change
the map scale.
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Routing
Address
Book
Setting the Language
The language can be changed using the Language setting displayed in the upper
part of the screen.
Select the desired language from the list.
Press the Enter (up/down) switch to switch the screen to
CAUTION. (
page 11)
Getting Started
Setting the Clock, Outside Temperature Display and Other Settings
n The
following feature settings are possible, refer to the “Multi Information
Display” in the owner’s manual.
lClock: Constant display of time.
lOutside Temperature Display: Constant display of ambient temperature.
lSettings: Used to change the multi information display settings. (Distance unit, Display
language)
Upgrading the Map Information Version
The map information version can be upgraded. If you require the latest SD card of
Navigation Map data, consult an Expert Dealer, we recommend an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.
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1
With the ignition switched to ACC OFF, insert a finger into the depression
above the lid housing SD card of Navigation Map data (next to the navigation
display), and open it.
2
Slide the notch of the inner lid sideways with your finger to open the inner lid.
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The SD card of Navigation Map data will be visible. Press in the currently
inserted SD card of Navigation Map data with a finger. After pressing in the SD
card, it will eject partially. Grab the card with your fingers to pull it out.
4
Insert the new SD card of Navigation Map data all the way in and close all the
lids.
Caution
Getting Started
3
If the inner lid is closed while the SD card of Navigation Map data is not inserted
all the way, the card could be damaged.
Notes
lAfter inserting the SD card of Navigation Map data, firmly close all of the lids.
lIf the inner lid is not firmly closed, the navigation system will not function.
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Routing
Address
Book
Getting Started
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Menu
Menu is displayed by pressing the Enter (up/down) switch while the MAP
screen is displayed.
Set Destination (
page 22)
Find Local POI (
page 32)
Browse Map & Mark (
page 40)
Cancel/Edit Route (
page 34)
Navigation Setup (
page 15)
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Navigation Set Up
Navigation Setup
lYou can alter the map display conditions, the route guidance conditions and show the
system information.
Warning
Before Steps
Open the
[Navigation
Setup]
select
Getting Started
n Stop your vehicle before performing the following operations.
Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time
spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving.
Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and may
cause an accident.
Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and set the parking brake before operating the
system.
n Auto Zoom
The Auto Zoom function automatically switches the map scale depending
on the distance between the destination and the current position.
Used to switch the Auto Zoom function.
n Map Color
Used to switch the map mode.
Day: To switch to the daytime screen.
Night: To switch to the nighttime screen.
Auto: The daytime and nighttime screens
can be switched automatically while
the map mode is on.
n Map Direction
Used to switch the map direction.
North Up: Geographic north is up.
Head Up: The direction you are heading is
up.
While in Auto Zoom mode, the direction you are heading is
always displayed upward regardless of the set Map Direction.
n Show POI Icons
POI icons selected in Map Mode are displayed selecting the
desired category.
n Guidance Volume
Used to adjust the guidance volume.
Also adjustable using the audio volume knob during
transmission of the audio guidance.
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Routing
Navigation Set Up
Address
Book
Open the
[Navigation
Setup]
Navigation Setup
n Arrival Time
The time which is displayed until reaching the destination or a
way point can be set as an estimated arrival time or the
remaining time.
Select
to display the estimated arrival time, or
to
display the remaining time.
Getting Started
n Average Speed
Set the average speed for each road to be driven.
(This function sets the standard speed (average vehicle speed
for each route) used for calculating the estimated arrival time
when calculating the route time.)
n Edit Memory Point
Used to edit, add, and delete the memory point.
(
page 36)
n Delete Previous Point
Used to delete the previously set destination.
n Operation Guide
Used to switch the operating guide display.
Operation Guide
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Navigation Set Up
Open the
[Navigation
Setup]
Navigation Setup
n Auto Complete Text
When entering text, the system displays possible candidates of
words which may match the one you are trying to input. If the
system narrows down the candidate to one, the word is
automatically displayed.
Used to switch the auto complete text.
Used to adjust the vehicle position if it deviates from the map
screen.
Getting Started
n Adjust Current Position
n Restore Defaults
Restores the default settings.
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Routing
Screen Names and Functions
Address
Book
Screens Before Setting Route
(4)
(2)
(3)
(5)
Getting Started
(1)
(7)
(6)
(1) Map Orientation
(
page 15)
(2) Clock
(3) Temperature
(4) Vehicle marker
Shows the current position and
direction of your vehicle.
(5) Scale display
Displays the scale of the map.
(6) Current Road Name
Shows the name of the road you are
currently driving on.
(7) Operation Guide
Displays the operational guidance.
(
page 16)
Screens During Route Guidance
(4)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(1) Remaining Time to Destination and
Estimated Arrival Time
Displays the remaining time to the
destination.
Estimated arrival time to the destination
or the estimated remaining driving time
can be displayed by selecting either of
them. (
page 16)
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(2) Route display
Shows the provided route as a thick
blue line.
(3) Turn Arrow display
Shows the direction to turn at the next
junction and the distance to the junction.
(4) Next Guided Street Name display
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Adjusting the Map Scale
The screen map can be scaled to 14 different sizes.
1
Press the Enter (up/down) switch up or down while the map screen is
displayed to zoom in/out of the map screen.
Screen Adjustments
Getting Started
Scale bar
n Brightness/Contrast
Brightness and contrast of the navigation screen can be adjusted.
1. Press the INFO switch to display the SETTINGS screen.
2. Select PREFERENCES and press the Enter (up/down) switch.
3. Select SCREEN ADJUSTMENT and press the Enter (up/down) switch.
4. Select BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST and press the Enter (up/down) switch.
5. Adjust the tone by operating the Enter (up/down) switch upward/downward.
n Daytime/Night
screen
When the headlights are on, daytime mode can also be selected (if a brighter screen is
needed at night). This selection can only be done when the headlights are on.
lThe screen can be returned to the daytime screen while the headlights or running lights are
on by pushing the dashboard illumination knob. You will hear a beep sound and the
illumination dimmer will be canceled. With each press of the dashboard illumination knob,
the dashboard illumination will change from dim to full bright and back to dim again.
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Routing
Character Entry
Address
Book
Getting Started
Street
Name, City
Name, and
Other
Input
Select the first several
characters on the
screen. (Step 1)
Select your target
in the list.
(Step 2)
1.Press the Enter (up/down)
switch up or down, select the
letter, and press the Enter (up/
down) switch.
Pressing the Enter (up/down)
switch with the cursor set to Del
erases one letter.
2.Set the cursor to Done and press
the Enter (up/down) switch. The
area names which include the
letters currently being input are
displayed.
Names of which spelling starts
with the entered character appear.
l If a desired name is not in the
list, go back to Step 1, and try
fewer characters.
: The input character can be
deleted.
: The list appears.
: You can change the type of text.
l Examples
Street: CANAL
Enter by selecting characters:
C A
Street: MAIN STREET
Enter by selecting characters:
M A
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Street: 52ND
Enter by selecting characters:
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Getting Started
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Set Destination
Address
lYou can set the destination using various methods provided by the system.
Before
Use
Getting
started
Routing
Open the
[Address]
Menu
Select
Search
Area
22
select
Before Steps
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l Do not keep your eyes fixed on the monitor screen or operate the system while driving.
Warnings
Before
Use
Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time spent
viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving. Operating the system
will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and may cause an accident. Always stop
the vehicle in a safe location before operating the system.
l Route searches with the navigation system can include roads that you cannot drive on and roads that you
are prohibited from driving on due to traffic regulations. Please comply with the traffic regulations.
Getting
started
select
Select the desired Search Area
AL
AK
AZ
AR
BC
CA
CO
CT
DE
GA
HI
ID
IL
IN
IA
KS
KY
LA
ME
MB
MD
MA
MI
MN
MS
MO
MT
NE
NV
NB
NH
NJ
NM
NY
NC
ND
NT
NS
NU
OH
OK
ON
: MASSACHUSETTS
: MICHIGAN
: MINNESOTA
: MISSISSIPPI
: MISSOURI
: MONTANA
: NEBRASKA
: NEVADA
: NEW BRUNSWICK
: NEW HAMPSHIRE
: NEW JERSEY
: NEW MEXICO
: NEW YORK
: NEWFOUNDLAND
AND LABRADOR
: NORTH CAROLINA
: NORTH DAKOTA
: NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
: NOVA SCOTIA
: NUNAVUT
: OHIO
: OKLAHOMA
: ONTARIO
OR
PA
PE
PR
QC
RI
SK
SC
SD
TN
TX
UT
VT
VI
VA
WA
DC
WV
WI
WY
YT
: OREGON
: PENNSYLVANIA
: PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
: PUERTO RICO
: QUEBEC
: RHODE ISLAND
: SASKATCHEWAN
: SOUTH CAROLINA
: SOUTH DAKOTA
: TENNESSEE
: TEXAS
: UTAH
: VERMONT
: VIRGIN ISLANDS
OF THE U.S
: VIRGINIA
: WASHINGTON
: WASHINGTON, D.C.
: WEST VIRGINIA
: WISCONSIN
: WYOMING
: YUKON
Routing
AB
: ALABAMA
: ALASKA
: ALBERTA
: ARIZONA
: ARKANSAS
: BRITISH COLUMBIA
: CALIFORNIA
: COLORADO
: CONNECTICUT
: DELAWARE
: FLORIDA
: GEORGIA
: HAWAII
: IDAHO
: ILLINOIS
: INDIANA
: IOWA
: KANSAS
: KENTUCKY
: LOUISIANA
: MAINE
: MANITOBA
: MARYLAND
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Set Destination
Before
Use
Getting
started
Open the
[Address]
Menu
Address
Select
Input the
city name
Routing
Input City
Name
In
st
Notes
lOnce the d
destination
lTo add to t
of the first
lTo re-set t
of the first
lThe numb
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Before
Use
Getting
started
Select the city
name from the
list
nput the
city name
Input the
street name
Browse Map &
Mark
(
page 40)
Routing
Input the
street name
Select the
street name
from the list
Notes
lOnce the destination is set, Add to or Replace is displayed for the following
destination settings.
lTo add to the destinations, select Add to and follow the same procedure as that
of the first destination setting.
lTo re-set the destinations, select Replace and follow the same procedure as that
of the first destination setting.
lThe number of points which can be set as destinations are limited to two.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Set Destination
Before
Use
select
Before Steps
Getting
started
Open the [Set
Destination]
Menu
Select
The previously set destinations are displayed.
Routing
Select the
desired
Memory
Point.
Previous
Name:Displays the list in alphabetical
order.
Date: Displays the list in registration/edit
date order.
Select
Used to register home.
Yes
Home
No
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Notes
lOnce the d
destination
lTo add to t
the first de
lTo re-set t
the first de
lThe numb
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Before
Use
Getting
started
s are displayed.
Select the
desired
Memory
Point.
stration/edit
Routing
habetical
Browse Map & Mark
(
page 40)
Notes
lOnce the destination is set, Add to or Replace is displayed for the following
destination settings.
lTo add to the destinations, select Add to and follow the same procedure as that of
the first destination setting.
lTo re-set the destinations, select Replace and follow the same procedure as that of
the first destination setting.
lThe number of points which can be set as destinations are limited to two.
(
page 22)
(
page 26)
(
page 28)
(
page 36)
(
page 30)
(
page 30)
Yes
No
Yes
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Set Destination
\
Before
Use
Getting
started
Open the [Set
Destination]
Menu
Select
(
page 22)
Routing
The de
Input the POI
name
Point of
Interest (POI)
Input the City
name
Note
lOnce
follow
lTo ad
proce
lTo re
proce
lWhen
place
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Before
Use
Getting
started
page 22)
Select
the POI
from the
list
nput the City
ame
Routing
nput the POI
ame
The desired POI can be searched by inputting the information.
Input the
city
name
Select
and
category
name.
Browse Map & Mark
(
page 40)
Notes
lOnce the destination is set, Add to or Replace is displayed for the
following destination settings.
lTo add to the destinations, select Add to and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lTo re-set the destinations, select Replace and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lWhen entering the POI name, the list can be displayed if the applicable
places total five or less.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Set Destination
Before
Use
Getting
started
Open the [Set
Destination]
Menu
Select
Select
(
Routing
Intersection
page 22)
Input th
Street n
Notes
lOnce the d
following d
lTo add to t
procedure
lTo re-set t
procedure
lThe numb
two.
Select
Notes
Map
30
lOnce the d
following d
lTo add to t
procedure
lTo re-set t
procedure
lThe numb
two.
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Before
Use
Select
page 22)
Input the
Street
name
Select the
point from
the list.
Input the
City name
Select the
point from
the list.
Browse Map &
Mark
(
page 40)
Routing
Input the
Street name
Select the
point from
the list.
Getting
started
(
Notes
lOnce the destination is set, Add to or Replace is displayed for the
following destination settings.
lTo add to the destinations, select Add to and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lTo re-set the destinations, select Replace and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lThe number of points which can be set as destinations are limited to
two.
Browse Map & Mark
(
page 40)
Notes
lOnce the destination is set, Add to or Replace is displayed for the
following destination settings.
lTo add to the destinations, select Add to and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lTo re-set the destinations, select Replace and follow the same
procedure as that of the first destination setting.
lThe number of points which can be set as destinations are limited to
two.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Find Local POI
Select Search Point
lThe desired POI can be searched.
Before
Use
Before Steps
Getting
started
Open the
[Select Search
Point] Menu
select
Select the
search point
Pressing th
the POI for
Routing
Select the POI
from the list
Dist.:
D
Name:
P
On Route: D
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Before
Use
Getting
started
Pressing the left or right switch changes the order of
the POI for each category.
Routing
Browse Map & Mark
(
page 40)
Dist.:
Displayed in the order from the POI closest to the destination.
Name:
POI are displayed in alphabetical order.
On Route: Displays the list of the icons along the route to the destination.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Cancel/Edit Route
lYou can cancel the guidance to the destination and select the route to the destination.
Before
Use
Before Steps
select
Getting
started
Open the [Cancel/
Edit Route] Menu
Cancel
Guidance
Select
Used to cancel guidance.
Routing
Select
Selec
Used to
Note
Not disp
Change
Route
Selec
Used to
Note
Not disp
Select
Route
Preferences
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Priority of the toll road or
expressway used can be set.
Select t
using th
steering
switche
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Before
Use
Getting
started
ce.
Select
Routing
Select the
deletion
point.
Select
Used to delete the destination.
Note
Not displayed if there is only one destination.
Select
Select
Used to change the destination.
Note
Not displayed if there is only one destination.
d or
be set.
Select the item
using the
steering
switches
Select
or
.
Select
.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Edit Memory Point
lRegisters, edits and deletes the Memory Point or Home.
Before
Use
Before Steps
select
Getting
started
Open the
[Memory Point]
Menu
sele
Select
Routing
Select
Select the
point from
the list.
Name:Displays the list in alphabetical order.
Date: Displays the list in registration/edit date order.
Icon: Displays the list of the registered location icons.
Edit
Memory
Point
Select
Select the
point from
the list.
Name:Displays the list in alphabetical order.
Date: Displays the list in registration/edit date order.
Icon: Displays the list of the registered location icons.
Select
Select
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select
Before
Use
select
Getting
started
Routing
Select the
point from
he list.
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Select the
point.
Press
Select the
point.
when
editing is
finished.
al order.
/edit date order.
location icons.
Press
when
editing is finished.
Select the
point from
he list.
al order.
/edit date order.
location icons.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Edit Memory Point
Before
Use
select
Before Steps
Getting
started
Open the
[Home] Menu
sele
Select
Select the po
Routing
Select
Edit Home
Select
Select the po
Select
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select
Before
Use
select
Getting
started
Select the point.
Routing
Select the point.
l For Character Entry, please refer to page 20.
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Browse Map & Mark
lYou can set the destination browsing around the current position.
Before
Use
Before Steps
Getting
started
Routing
40
select
Open the [Browse Map & Mark] Menu
Browse
Map &
Mark
Select the desired place using the cursor and press the Enter (up/
down) switch.
Start: Sets the destination and starts the guidance.
Mark: Registers the center position of the map screen to the memory
point while in the Map browsing mode or the Map scroll mode.
Map Scroll: Switches to the map scroll screen.
Map Scale: Switches to the Map Scale Screen.
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POI Icons on Maps
Before
Use
POI (Point of Interest) Icons
The following are POI icons shown on maps.
Restaurant
Travel
Community
Convention Center
American
Ferry Terminal
Court House
Chinese
Hotel
Government Office
Continental
Rental Car Agency
Higher Education
Fast Food
Rest Area
Hospital
French
Train Station
Library
Italian
Airport
Park & Recreation
Japanese
Routing
Bus Station
Getting
started
All Restaurant
Police Station
Recreation
Mexican
School
Casino
Seafood
City Center
Golf Course
Thai
Hamlet
Historical
Monument
Other Restaurant
Marina
Shopping
Grocery Store
Shopping Mall
Banking
Museum
Bank
Ski Resort
ATM
Sports Complex
Other
Automotive
Performing Arts
Bussiness Facility
Automobile Club
Tourist Attraction
Gas Station
Tourist Information
Parking
Winery
Auto Service &
maintenance
Amusement Park
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MEMO
Before
Use
Getting
started
Routing
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Precautions/System Performance
guidance
lThe system voice announces the distance to an upcoming turn and the turning direction.
This guidance function is automatic. Therefore, you do not have to set it, and it cannot be
disabled.
If Necessary
n Intersection
Routing
Voice guidance has the following functions:
Getting
started
Warnings
l The navigation system is just a support system for the driver. The driver should
always pay attention to the traffic situation to safely make decisions. You may
be unable at times to arrive at your destination due to out-of-date information
on a map disc. You should be especially careful when selecting an urgent
destination such as a hospital or a police station.
l Your route may sometimes include roads that are not open to vehicles or are
closed due to traffic regulations. Please comply with the local traffic
regulations.
l Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize
the time spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance
while driving. Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead
of the vehicle and may cause an accident. Always stop the vehicle in a safe
location and use the parking brake before operating the system.
Before
Use
Voice Guidance
lThe system vocally announces the distance to an upcoming highway branching point or
junction.
Route
Second branching point
150m
100m
First branching point
Roundabout.
Take the second
exit.
Left turn ahead,
then right turn.
In 700m left turn.
When two intersections are close together, the
voice guidance may be late.
When two roundabouts are close together, the
voice guidance for the second one may be late.
Repeating Voice Guidance
Pressing the Navi switch in the steering switches repeats the guidance if the voice
guidance has been missed.
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Before
Use
GPS
Getting
started
GPS is a position detecting system utilizing the signals
from GPS satellites deployed by the U.S. Department of
Defense. The Mobile Navigation System uses input from
three or more satellites and calculates the vehicle position
based on the principle of triangulation.
The positioning accuracy of the system corresponds to the
error display of the GPS which is from about 30 to 200 meters.
Routing
lIf you are using the system for the first time, or if you have not used it for some time, it takes
about 5 minutes (or about 2 minutes in open areas) to calculate your vehicle’s position.
n GPS
signal reception is poor in the following places
If Necessary
In tunnels
Among high-rise buildings Under elevated roads
In wooded areas
lThe GPS satellites are controlled by the U.S. Defense Department, which may intentionally
lower positioning accuracy. In such cases, there may be vehicle position deviations.
lThere may be vehicle position deviations for some time until GPS signals are received after
switching on the ignition.
Map Matching
This function compares your vehicle’s tracking data with the road data on the map
disc, applies dead reckoning to determine the road you are driving on, and displays
your vehicle on that road on the map.
lIntelligent map matching addresses the following problems to achieve high accuracy in
vehicle positioning.
Position Correction for Elevated Roads
Position accuracy is improved by detecting if the vehicle is
running on or under an elevated road.
Position Correction for Parking Garages
Position accuracy is improved by detecting if the vehicle is
driving in an elevated or underground parking garage.
High-precision Gyrosensor
A gyro detects turns with an accuracy of 0.05° per second.
Combined with a speed sensor, it enables the system to
display the current vehicle position even where GPS signals
may be blocked.
lUsing a spare tire in place of the regular one may cause vehicle position deviations.
lAny difference between the direction which your vehicle actually travels and that shown on
the map is automatically eliminated by azimuth correction.
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Precautions/System Performance
Positioning Accuracy
Before
Use
Getting
started
In the following situations, your vehicle position may not be displayed correctly on the
map. But, as you keep driving, your vehicle position will be automatically corrected
utilizing map matching and GPS data.
Routing
Running on an
elevated road
Making a turn after Running on a steep Running on a spiral Entering an intersection
driving on a long
mountain road
road
where a road branches
straight road
off at a small angle
P
O
T
S
Running on gridiron Running on a
layout of roads
slippery road with
tire chains
Snaking on a wide
road
When your vehicle After getting off a
ferryboat or vehicle
is on a turntable
with the ignition
train
switched off
If Necessary
CAR FERRY
Route Guide
Although you may encounter the following problems in route guide, there is nothing
wrong with the system.
In 300 m
right turn
Left turn
ahead
For certain intersection shapes,
the upcoming turn or the name of
the intersection may not be
announced.
For certain intersection shapes,
you may be prompted to turn right
or left when you should actually
stay on the same road.
Voice guidance for the planned
route may continue even after you
have deviated from that route
such as having turned too early.
In 300 m
right turn
m
300
0m
Some points where the road
divides on highways or toll roads
may not be displayed or
announced.
The Intersection Zoom Map may
not always agree with the actual
shape of the intersection.
The announced distance to an
upcoming turn may differ slightly
from reality.
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Warning
The navigation system is just a support system for the driver. The driver should always pay
attention to the traffic situation to safely make decisions. You may be unable to arrive at your
destination due to out-of-date information on a map disc. You should be especially careful
when selecting an urgent destination such as a hospital or a police station.
Before
Use
Route Search
Getting
started
Although you may encounter the following problems in a route search, there is nothing
wrong with the system.
Routing
The guide map may
show roads that are not
passable due to closure
in winter or for other
reasons.
It may also show roads
that are out of use due
to the opening of a new
road or for other
reasons.
It may also show
roads that only permit
one-way traffic.
If Necessary
Road
out of
use
?
?
?
which
exit?
?
Destination
Depending upon the shape of
roundabout (rotary), the guide
map may show a wrong exit.
• There may be cases
where the route remains
unchanged after another
search.
• A congested route may
be shown.
Destination
?
?
?
Destination
The route shown only
reaches a point near
your destination if your
destination has no
direct access road or
the road is too narrow.
It may show a
common road under
or over an elevated
road.
It may show a route
where you'll have to
make a U-turn.
?
Destination
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Code
Getting
started
This Product uses the Source Code of T-Kernel under T-License granted by the T-Engine
Forum (www.t-engine.org)
Before
Use
License
n Source
Routing
If Necessary
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