ashtech MobileMapper 10 Specifications

MobileMapper 10
®
Getting Started Guide
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Ashtech Products - Limited Warranty (North, Central
and South America)
Ashtech warrants their GPS receivers and hardware
accessories to be free of defects in material and
workmanship and will conform to our published
specifications for the product for a period of one year
from the date of original purchase. THIS WARRANTY
APPLIES ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF
THIS PRODUCT.
In the event of a defect, Ashtech will, at its option,
repair or replace the hardware product with no charge
to the purchaser for parts or labor. The repaired or replaced product will be warranted for 90 days from
the date of return shipment, or for the balance of the
original warranty, whichever is longer. Ashtech warrants that software products or software included in
hardware products will be free from defects in the
media for a period of 30 days from the date of shipment and will substantially conform to the then-current user documentation provided with the software
(including updates thereto). Ashtech's sole obligation shall be the correction or replacement of the media or the software so that it will substantially
conform to the then- current user documentation.
Ashtech does not warrant the software will meet purchaser's requirements or that its operation will be uninterrupted, error-free or virus-free. Purchaser
assumes the entire risk of using the software.
PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT ASHTECH'S OPTION, OF ANY
DEFECTIVE PART OF THE RECEIVER OR ACCESSORIES WHICH ARE COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY.
REPAIRS UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL ONLY
BE MADE AT AN AUTHORIZED ASHTECH SERVICE
CENTER. ANY REPAIRS BY A SERVICE CENTER
NOT AUTHORIZED BY ASHTECH WILL VOID THIS
WARRANTY.
To obtain warranty service the purchaser must obtain
a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number prior
to shipping by calling 1-800-229-2400 (North
America) or 1-408-572-1134 (International) and
leaving a voice mail at option 3, or by submitting a
repair request on-line at: http://ashtech.com (fill out
the RMA request from under the Support tab). The
purchaser must return the product postpaid with a
copy of the original sales receipt to the address provided by Ashtech with the RMA number. Purchaser’s
return address and the RMA number must be clearly
printed on the outside of the package.
Ashtech reserves the right to refuse to provide service
free-of-charge if the sales receipt is not provided or if
the information contained in it is incomplete or illegible or if the serial number is altered or removed.
Ashtech will not be responsible for any losses or damage to the product incurred while the product is in
transit or is being shipped for repair. Insurance is
recommended. Ashtech suggests using a trackable
shipping method such as UPS or FedEx when returning a product for service.
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, ALL OTHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF FITNESS
FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY OR NON-INFRINGEMENT, ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED AND IF APPLICABLE, IMPLIED WARRANTIES UNDER ARTICLE 35 OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON CONTRACTS FOR THE
INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS. Some national,
state, or local laws do not allow limitations on implied warranty or how long an implied warranty lasts,
so the above limitation may not apply to you.
The following are excluded from the warranty coverage: (1) periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear; (2)
batteries and finishes; (3) installations or defects resulting from installation; (4) any damage caused by
(i) shipping, misuse, abuse, negligence, tampering,
or improper use; (ii) disasters such as fire, flood,
wind, and lightning; (iii) unauthorized attachments
or modification; (5) service performed or attempted
by anyone other than an authorized Ashtechs Service
Center; (6) any product, components or parts not
manufactured by Ashtech; (7) that the receiver will
be free from any claim for infringement of any patent, trademark, copyright or other proprietary right,
including trade secrets; and (8) any damage due to
accident, resulting from inaccurate satellite transmissions. Inaccurate transmissions can occur due to
changes in the position, health or geometry of a satellite or modifications to the receiver that may be required due to any change in the GPS. (Note: Ashtech
GPS receivers use GPS or GPS+GLONASS to obtain
position, velocity and time information. GPS is operated by the U.S. Government and GLONASS is the
Global Navigation Satellite System of the Russian
Federation, which are solely responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of their systems. Certain conditions can cause inaccuracies which could require
modifications to the receiver. Examples of such conditions include but are not limited to changes in the
GPS or GLONASS transmission.) Opening, dismantling or repairing of this product by anyone other than
an authorized Ashtech Service Center will void this
warranty.
ASHTECH SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER
OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS,
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM DELAY OR LOSS OF
USE, LOSS OF OR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY EVEN THOUGH CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER FAULT OFASHTECH OR NEGLIGENT USAGE OF THE PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT
WILL ASHTECH BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH
DAMAGES, EVEN IF ASHTECH HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
This written warranty is the complete, final and exclusive agreement between Ashtech and the purchaser with respect to the quality of performance of
the goods and any and all warranties and representations. This warranty sets forth all of Ashtech's responsibilities regarding this product. This limited
warranty is governed by the laws of the State of California, without reference to its conflict of law provisions or the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods, and shall benefit
Ashtech, its successors and assigns.
This warranty gives the purchaser specific rights. The
purchaser may have other rights which vary from locality to locality (including Directive 1999/44/EC in
the EC Member States) and certain limitations contained in this warranty, including the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages
may not apply.
For further information concerning this limited warranty, please call or write:
Ashtech LLC, El Camino Real 451, Suite 210, CA
95050, Santa Clara, USA, Phone: +1 408 572
1103, Fax: +1 408 572 1199 or
Ashtech - ZAC La Fleuriaye - BP 433 - 44474 Carquefou Cedex - France Phone: +33 (0)2 28 09 38
00, Fax: +33 (0)2 28 09 39 39.
Ashtech Products Limited Warranty (Europe, Middle
East, Africa)
All Ashtech global positioning system (GPS) receivers are navigation aids, and are not intended to replace other methods of navigation. Purchaser is
advised to perform careful position charting and use
good judgment. READ THE USER GUIDE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT.
1. ASHTECH WARRANTY
Ashtech warrants their GPS receivers and hardware
accessories to be free of defects in material and
workmanship and will conform to our published
specifications for the product for a period of one year
from the date of original purchase or such longer period as required by law. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES
ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS
PRODUCT.
In the event of a defect, Ashtech will, at its option,
repair or replace the hardware product with no charge
to the purchaser for parts or labor. The repaired or replaced product will be warranted for 90 days from
the date of return shipment, or for the balance of the
original warranty, whichever is longer. Ashtech warrants that software products or software included in
hardware products will be free from defects in the
media for a period of 30 days from the date of shipment and will substantially conform to the then-current user documentation provided with the software
(including updates thereto). Ashtech's sole obligation shall be the correction or replacement of the media or the software so that it will substantially
conform to the then- current user documentation.
Ashtech does not warrant the software will meet purchaser's requirements or that its operation will be uninterrupted, error-free or virus-free. Purchaser
assumes the entire risk of using the software.
2. PURCHASER'S REMEDY
PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT ASHTECH'S OPTION, OF ANY
DEFECTIVE PART OF THE RECEIVER OR ACCESSORIES WHICH ARE COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY.
REPAIRS UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL ONLY
BE MADE AT AN AUTHORIZED ASHTECH SERVICE
CENTER. ANY REPAIRS BY A SERVICE CENTER
NOT AUTHORIZED BY ASHTECH WILL VOID THIS
WARRANTY.
3. PURCHASER'S DUTIES
To obtain service, contact and return the product
with a copy of the original sales receipt to the dealer
from whom you purchased the product.
Ashtech reserves the right to refuse to provide service
free-of-charge if the sales receipt is not provided or if
the information contained in it is incomplete or illegible or if the serial number is altered or removed.
Ashtech will not be responsible for any losses or dam-
age to the product incurred while the product is in
transit or is being shipped for repair. Insurance is
recommended. Ashtech suggests using a trackable
shipping method such as UPS or FedEx when returning a product for service.
4. LIMITATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN ITEM 1 ABOVE, ALL
OTHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THOSE OF FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, ARE
HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND IF APPLICABLE, IMPLIED WARRANTIES UNDER ARTICLE 35 OF THE
UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON CONTRACTS
FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS.
Some national, state, or local laws do not allow limitations on implied warranty or how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply
to you.
5. EXCLUSIONS
The following are excluded from the warranty coverage:
(1) periodic maintenance and repair or replacement
of parts due to normal wear and tear;
(2) batteries;
(3) finishes;
(4) installations or defects resulting from installation;
(5) any damage caused by (i) shipping, misuse,
abuse, negligence, tampering, or improper use; (ii)
disasters such as fire, flood, wind, and lightning; (iii)
unauthorized attachments or modification;
(6) service performed or attempted by anyone other
than an authorized Ashtechs Service Center;
(7) any product, components or parts not manufactured by Ashtech,
(8) that the receiver will be free from any claim for
infringement of any patent, trademark, copyright or
other proprietary right, including trade secrets
(9) any damage due to accident, resulting from inaccurate satellite transmissions. Inaccurate transmissions can occur due to changes in the position,
health or geometry of a satellite or modifications to
the receiver that may be required due to any change
in the GPS. (Note: Ashtech GPS receivers use GPS or
GPS+GLONASS to obtain position, velocity and time
information. GPS is operated by the U.S. Government and GLONASS is the Global Navigation Satellite System of the Russian Federation, which are
solely responsible for the accuracy and maintenance
of their systems. Certain conditions can cause inaccuracies which could require modifications to the receiver. Examples of such conditions include but are
not limited to changes in the GPS or GLONASS transmission.).
Opening, dismantling or repairing of this product by
anyone other than an authorized Ashtech Service
Center will void this warranty.
6. EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
ASHTECH SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER
OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST
PROFITS, DAMAGES RESULTING FROM DELAY OR
LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF OR DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY IM-
PLIED WARRANTY EVEN THOUGH CAUSED BY
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER FAULT OFASHTECH OR
NEGLIGENT USAGE OF THE PRODUCT. IN NO
EVENT WILL ASHTECH BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
SUCH DAMAGES, EVEN IF ASHTECH HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some national, state, or local laws do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may
not apply to you.
7. COMPLETE AGREEMENT
This written warranty is the complete, final and exclusive agreement between Ashtech and the purchaser with respect to the quality of performance of
the goods and any and all warranties and representations. THIS WARRANTY SETS FORTH ALL OF
Ashtech'S RESPONSIBILITIES REGARDING THIS
PRODUCT.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC RIGHTS.
YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY
FROM LOCALITY TO LOCALITY (including Directive
1999/44/EC in the EC Member States) AND CERTAIN LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THIS WARRANTY MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
8. CHOICE OF LAW.
This limited warranty is governed by the laws of
France, without reference to its conflict of law provisions or the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, and shall benefit Ashtech,
its successors and assigns.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT AFFECT THE CUSTOMER'S STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER APPLICABLE LAWS IN FORCE IN THEIR LOCALITY, NOR
THE CUSTOMER'S RIGHTS AGAINST THE DEALER
ARISING FROM THEIR SALES/PURCHASE CONTRACT (such as the guarantees in France for latent
defects in accordance with Article 1641 et seq of the
French Civil Code).
For further information concerning this limited warranty, please call or write:
Ashtech SAS - ZAC La Fleuriaye - BP 433 - 44474
Carquefou Cedex - France.
Phone: +33 (0)2 28 09 38 00, Fax: +33 (0)2 28 09
39 39
PRODUCT SAFETY WARNINGS
Safety and compliance information
Use responsibly. Read all instructions and safety information before use to avoid injury.
The maximum operating ambient temperature of the
equipment declared by the manufacturer is 50°C.
Battery safety
Charge battery only at ambient temperatures ranging
from 0°C to 50°C.
(1)CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type of battery recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to
battery manufacturer’s instructions.
(2)CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF
USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Wi-Fi Safety
Turn Wi-Fi off in areas where Wi-Fi use is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger, such as
in airplanes while flying.
Care & Maintenance
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
USB data cables
CAUTION: Use of USB data cables is restricted to
standard USB version 2.0 or higher. Powered USB is
prohibited.
Table of Contents
First-Time Use .................................................................................... 1
Unpacking ..................................................................................... 1
Inserting the Battery Into the Receiver.............................................. 1
Turning the Receiver On.................................................................. 2
Using the AC Adapter to Charge the Battery ...................................... 3
Using the Quick Toolbar .................................................................. 4
Switching the Receiver Manually to Suspend Mode............................ 4
Adjusting Backlight Level and Idle Time ........................................... 4
Power Management......................................................................... 5
Setting Time & Date ....................................................................... 5
Regional Settings ........................................................................... 6
Locking the Screen and the Keypad.................................................. 6
How to Hold the Receiver ................................................................ 7
Turning the Receiver Off ................................................................. 7
Receiver Description............................................................................ 8
Front View ..................................................................................... 8
Rear View ...................................................................................... 9
Bottom View................................................................................. 10
GNSS Toolbox................................................................................... 11
GNSS Settings ............................................................................. 11
GNSS Status ................................................................................ 11
Reset .......................................................................................... 12
About .......................................................................................... 12
Advanced Features ............................................................................ 13
Power Modes................................................................................ 13
Internal Battery ............................................................................ 13
USB Connection ........................................................................... 15
Wireless Communication ............................................................... 16
Motion Sensor .............................................................................. 17
Using the Camera ......................................................................... 18
Making a Video............................................................................. 20
E-Compass Calibration....................................................................... 23
Platform Specifications...................................................................... 24
GNSS Characteristics .................................................................... 24
Accuracy Specifications ................................................................ 24
Processor ..................................................................................... 24
Operating System ......................................................................... 24
Communication ............................................................................ 24
Physical Characteristics................................................................. 25
User Interface .............................................................................. 25
Memory ...................................................................................... 25
Environmental Characteristics ........................................................ 25
Power Requirements ..................................................................... 25
Multimedia & Sensors ................................................................... 25
Software Options .......................................................................... 25
Standard Accessories .................................................................... 26
Unpacking
Inserting the
Battery Into the
Receiver
English
First-Time Use
Open the receiver box and unpack the following items:
• Receiver
• Battery
• Universal AC adapter
• USB cable
• Hand strap
• Lanyard
• Stylus
Follow the instructions below:
• Turn over the receiver.
• Using the top end of the stylus (or a coin), rotate the two
screws to open the trap door: turn the left-hand one
clockwise by a quarter turn, and the right-hand one
anticlockwise, also by a quarter turn.
• Pull the trap door open.
• Insert the battery as shown. Orientate the battery so that
its electric contacts can come into contact with those at
the bottom of the battery compartment. Insert the upper
part of the battery first, as shown, then push the battery
in.
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English
• Put the trap door back into place by first inserting the two
lugs located at the bottom of the trap door.
• Then push the door against the receiver case and rotate
the two screws back in their initial positions to seal the
battery compartment.
Turning the
Receiver On
• Press the Power key [1] for a couple of seconds until you
feel a vibration in your hand, then release the key.
[1]
Let the receiver run its boot sequence. Wait until the
screen displays the Windows Mobile Home screen.
The operating system used in the receiver is Microsoft
Windows Mobile Professional version 6.5. For more
information on how to use the different applications, you
can visit the Microsoft web site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/v6-5/
Basics.aspx
Depending on how long your product was stored in its
package before being shipped to you, the remaining power in
the battery may be too low to allow the receiver to operate for
your entire working session. For this reason, the first thing to
do is to check the battery charge status:
• Tap on the title bar at the top of the screen. The Quick
Toolbar appears just underneath.
• Tap on the Battery icon. This opens the Power window and
simultaneously closes the Quick Toolbar.
The Power window shows the status of the battery (see also
Internal Battery on page 13). If the remaining power is
greater than 50%, then you can use the receiver without
having to charge the battery first (with 50% of remaining
charge, you can use the receiver for several hours). Skip
the next section and go directly to Adjusting Backlight
Level and Idle Time on page 4.
• If it less, Ashtech recommends you first charge the battery
as explained in Using the AC Adapter to Charge the
Battery on page 3.
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Follow the instructions below.
• Prepare the AC adapter:
– Remove the protective cover [1] by pushing the button
then sliding the cover forward.
[1]
[2]
[3]
– Choose the plug that fits your country’s AC outlet
standard (see [2]) and slide it into the AC adapter [3].
(A “click” must be heard when fully inserted.)
• Take the USB cable provided [4]. Connect the end fitted
with a standard USB connector to the AC adapter.
Connect the other end (fitted with a mini-USB connector)
to the bottom side of the receiver (open the flap [5] first).
[4]
[5]
[3]
[4]
[4]
• Connect the AC adapter to an electric outlet. After about
4 seconds, the receiver screen lights up. An icon shows up
indicating that the battery is being charged. The screen is
then turned back off after about 10 seconds. After this
time, battery charging will continue at the same rate until
the battery is fully charged (charging time: 4 hours max.).
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English
Using the AC
Adapter to Charge
the Battery
English
• To read the battery charging status using the Quick
Toolbar, refer to the instructions in Turning the Receiver
On on page 2 (see also Using the Quick Toolbar on
page 4).
Using the Quick
Toolbar
Windows Mobile offers a quick toolbar allowing you to quickly
access frequently used functions (zoom, Bluetooth, WiFi,
phone, sound volume, battery power and clock).
• Tap on the title bar at the top of the screen. The quick
toolbar appears just underneath.
• Run the desired function by just tapping on the
corresponding icon. This runs the requested function and
simultaneously closes the quick toolbar.
The zoom function enlarges the screen content, which
means only part of the screen is shown at a time, and so
you should drag the stylus over the screen to scroll through
the whole display.
To return to 1:1 zoom, tap on the title bar again to re-open
the quick toolbar, then tap on the zoom function again.
Switching the
Receiver Manually
to Suspend Mode
Switching the receiver to Suspend mode is the right thing to
do when you need to make a short pause in your work and you
want to save the operating time of your battery. You should
not however switch the receiver to Suspend mode when it is
collecting raw data.
In Suspend mode, the receiver is idle, using the minimum of
energy required to save the use context.
To switch to Suspend mode, just press briefly on the Power
button [1]. The receiver screen is turned off instantly.
To wake up the receiver, just press briefly the same button
again. This will instantly switch the screen back on and
restore the use context in which the receiver was before
entering the Suspend mode.
Adjusting
Backlight Level
and Idle Time
Backlight Level: The screen backlight may be adjusted to
match the ambient light for optimized visibility. You don’t
need the same level of screen backlight in dark areas than in
hot sun.
Backlight Idle Time: One way of saving the battery is to avoid
those periods of time during which the screen backlight is
unnecessarily on. As the receiver automatically counts the
time during which neither the keypad nor the touch screen is
active, you can set the receiver to turn off the backlight
automatically after a certain idle time.
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Power
Management
Another way of saving the battery is to allow the receiver to
switch automatically to Suspend mode after a certain period
of inactivity.
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Power.
• Tap on the Advanced tab. This tab allows you to ask for the
receiver to switch automatically to Suspend mode if it
stays idle for the period of time you choose. You may
choose a different setting depending on whether the
receiver is powered from the internal battery or from an
external power source.
• Tap OK to save the settings and return to the previous
screen.
Remember that the receiver should NOT be allowed to switch
automatically to Suspend mode if it is expected to collect
data for a long period of time and you know the keyboard will
be left idle during this time.
Setting Time & Date
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on
Settings,and Clock & Alarms.
• On the Time tab, select your time zone and then enter the
local date and time.
• Tap OK to save your settings.
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English
Follow the instructions below to set these two parameters:
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Backlight.
• Tap on the Battery Power tab.
• Drag the cursor to the right or left to set the screen
backlight to the desired level (between Dark and Bright).
The resulting brightness is obtained when you release the
cursor.
• Tick the Turn off backlight if device... check box and then
choose the idle time before the backlight is turned off
(10 seconds, 30 seconds or 1 to 5 minutes)
Note that the backlight level and idle time can be set to
different values for when the receiver is operated from an
external power source instead of its internal battery. You
can make these settings after tapping on the External
Power tab.
• Tap OK to save all your changes and return to the previous
screen.
English
Regional Settings
It’s a good idea to customize your receiver so that it complies
with a number of local preferences, such as country’s
currency, decimal point representation, time and date
formats, etc.
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Regional Settings.
• On the Region tab, select your country.
• Use the other tabs to set your local settings:
– Number format
– Currency choice
– Time and date formats
• Tap OK to save the settings and return to the Today screen.
Locking the
Screen and the
Keypad
6
At some stage in your work, you may need to lock the receiver
to make sure no user intervention from the screen or keypad
can affect the work in progress.
• Press the Windows key.
• In the task bar at the bottom of the screen, tap on the
padlock icon (see screen below). As a result, the touch
screen and keypad are made inactive.
• To unlock the touch screen and keypad, just drag the onscreen slide button either to the left or right. This will take
you back to the Home screen.
Tracking satellites with your receiver requires that you use the
receiver outdoor and hold it in an appropriate manner.
The receiver will have the best view of the sky when you hold
it at an angle of around 45 degrees from horizontal and not
too close to your body.
You can check that your receiver is tracking enough satellites
by running the GNSS Toolbox, and more particularly the
GNSS Status function (see GNSS Status on page 11). When
enough satellites are tracked, you can start using your
receiver and run your application software.
Turning the
Receiver Off
After you have finished your work, turn off your receiver by
holding the Power button [1] pressed until a Warning
message is displayed on the screen asking you to confirm the
power-off request. Tap Yes. The receiver will shut down in the
next couple of seconds after a duo-tone sound has been
heard.
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English
How to Hold the
Receiver
Receiver Description
English
Front View
Power Key
Use the Power key [1] to turn on or off the receiver.
To turn on the receiver, press the Power key [1] until you can
feel a vibration in your hand, meaning the receiver has started
a power-on procedure. You can then release the key.
To turn off the receiver press the Power key [1] until a sound
is heard and a warning message pops up on the screen asking
you to confirm the power shutdown request. Tap Yes on the
screen. A two-tone sound can then be heard just before the
receiver shuts down.
Windows key
[8]
[9]
The Windows key [2] is used to give immediate and
unconditional access to the Windows Start menu.
Display Screen
The display screen [3] is a 3.5-inch, QVGA, 256-color (18-bit
RGB) touch screen (240 x 320 pixels).
[3]
Scroll / Enter keys
The Enter button [4] is used to accept highlighted input and
initiate various functions.
The Scroll button [5] is the ring around the Enter button. It
is used to move the cursor on the screen, from one data field
to the next on a parameter screen, from one option to another
in a menu, from one geographical location to another on a
map screen.
[1] [7] [4] [5] [2] [6]
Function keys
The receiver is fitted with four function keys [6]. The specific
function of each of them is given in the table below.
Button
8
Function
The keypad includes two of these buttons, one on the right, the other
on the left.
Each of them is a convenient alternative to tapping on the functions
appearing just above in the task bar at the bottom of the screen (e.g.
Notifications, Contacts, Menu, Log, etc.).
In Ashtech applications with a map screen displayed, use this button to
zoom in. In Windows Mobile, displays the Start menu.
In Ashtech applications with a map screen displayed, use this button to
zoom out. In Windows Mobile, displays the Phone screen.
A microphone is used by the voice recorder. Keep the small
aperture [7] clear when recording a vocal comment.
Built-in GPS Antenna
The receiver incorporates a built-in GPS antenna [8]. The
receiver should be held properly to optimize satellite
reception.
Earpiece
As a multi-media device, the receiver includes an earpiece
[9], which can be used by any voice-based software
application.
Rear View
External GPS Antenna Input
[10] [11] [12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
Use this input [10] to connect an external GPS antenna to the
receiver. When an external antenna is connected, the built-in
GPS antenna is automatically disconnected from the receiver
input.
The antenna input connector is protected by a rubber flap.
Ashtech recommends you keep the flap close when no
external antenna is used.
Loudspeaker
The back of the receiver incorporates a high-quality
loudspeaker [11].
Camera Lens
[17]
Keep the camera lens [12] clear when taking pictures or
recording videos.
Hand strap
The hand strap provided may be attached to the back of the
receiver through two threaded holes [13] and [14] and the
two recesses located at the bottom of the receiver (see
Bottom View below).
The hand strap may also accommodate the stylus, which can
also be attached to the leather strip of the hand strap using
the lanyard provided.
Using the hand strap allows you to hold the receiver and the
stylus around your forearm while keeping your hand free for
some other tasks.
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English
Microphone
Battery Compartment
English
[18]
[19]
The receiver makes use of a rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.
Loosen the quarter-turn screws [15] [16] using the stylus (or
a coin) to access the battery compartment [17]. The two
screws use opposite directions of rotation for opening and
closing the trap door.
The battery compartment can also accommodate a SIM card
[18] and a micro SD card [19].
When putting back the trap door, insert the bottom first, push
the trap door against the back of the receiver and seal the
battery compartment by fully rotating the two screws in the
opposite direction.
Information on battery charging: see Internal Battery on
page 13.
Bottom View
[22] [20] [21]
[23]
[24]
[23]
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The bottom view provides access to a standard mini-USB
connector [20]. You first need to open the protective rubber
flap [21], using a finger nail or a sharp and rigid tip to pull
the flap from its left-hand side.
The mini-USB port is used to connect the receiver to the AC
adapter, for a fast battery charging cycle, or to a computer for
file transfer through Microsoft ActiveSync. In both cases, you
need to use the USB cable provided.
Information on battery charging: see Internal Battery on
page 13.
The bottom part of the receiver also accommodates a Reset
button [22], which is accessible after you have opened the
rubber flap [21]. Should the receiver get stuck, you can press
that button using a sharp tool to restart the receiver.
Warning! Never use the Reset button while the receiver is
operating normally or you would definitively lose all the data
you are collecting.
The bottom view also shows the two recesses [23] in which
the hand strap [24] can be anchored.
GNSS Toolbox is used to control and monitor important
functions in your receiver. These are listed and detailed
below.
• GNSS Settings: Constellations and frequencies used in the
receiver.
• GNSS Status: Views GNSS reception monitoring screens.
• Reset: Resets the receiver.
• About: Provides the software version of GNSS Toolbox.
GNSS Settings
• Open the GNSS Toolbox and tap on GNSS Settings. This
opens a new window where you can make the following
settings:
– Tracking mode: Only the “GPS L1” option is available,
which means the receiver can only operate from the L1
signal of the GPS constellation.
– Use SBAS check box: Check this box to enable SBAS
reception, clear it otherwise.
• Tap OK to confirm your choices and return to the GNSS
Toolbox window.
GNSS Status
• Open the GNSS Toolbox and tap on GNSS Status.
The default Position tab shows the latitude, longitude and
altitude of the current position, as computed by the
receiver, as well the number of satellites used and the
current PDOP value.
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If SBAS is used, the screen also shows the position status
(SDGPS).
The unit used to express the current altitude (meters or
feet) depends on the region (language and country) you
selected in Start, Settings, System, Regional Settings.
• The Satellites tab displays a polar diagram showing the
locations in the sky of the tracked satellites. Different
colors are used to display the numbers of the visible
satellites:
– Yellow characters: GPS satellites used
– Grey characters: Visible SBAS satellites. Also rejected
GPS satellites, because unhealthy or under the
elevation mask.
• The Signal tab shows the signal level for each of the
tracked satellites:
– Dark blue bars for all GPS satellites used
– Red bars for all SBAS satellites used
– Grey bars for all tracked, but not used, GPS satellites
GPS satellites are numbered from 1 to 32 and SBAS
satellites from 120 to 138.
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Reset
• Open the GNSS Toolbox and tap on Reset. A message then
asks you if you want to reset the receiver now. Use this
option only if you think the receiver is not working
properly.
Using this function results in a cold reset of the receiver.
Through a cold reset, all the GNSS settings, including
almanac data, are cleared making it necessary for you to
restore each of them manually. A few minutes are needed
after a cold reset before the receiver is back to work.
Using the Reset function is recommended when only the
GNSS Toolbox (and not other field software) is running on
the platform.
About
This function provides the software version of GNSS Toolbox,
followed by the Ashtech legal line.
Power Modes
The receiver has three power modes:
• Shutdown: The receiver is off.
• On: The receiver is fully powered
• Suspend: In this mode, the screen content and backlight
are turned off to save power and the use context is saved.
When quitting the Suspend mode, the use context is
restored instantly. Typically this mode is used in the field
to allow a quick restart after a pause.
The receiver can also enter the Suspend mode
automatically in case of a very low battery after dismissing
successively the two “low battery” alerts, or after an idle
time that you can set through a press on the Windows key,
and selecting Settings, Power (Advanced tab) (See also
Power Management on page 5).
Suspend Mode
The receiver can be switched to Suspend mode. This is a
power saving mode typically used in the field to allow a quick
restart after a pause. In this mode, only some parts of the
receiver are powered for the sole purpose of restoring the
context of use in which the receiver was when it was switched
to Suspend mode. The receiver should NOT however be used
in that mode while collecting raw data.
The receiver can also enter the Suspend mode automatically
in case of a very low battery after dismissing successively the
two “low battery” alerts, or after an idle time that you can set
through a press on the Windows key, then Settings, System and
Power (Advanced tab) (See also Power Management on
page 5). When collecting raw data, please clear this option so
that the receiver can never enter this mode.
Internal Battery
Monitoring the Battery Discharging Status
The receiver will continuously inform you of the current status
of the battery through an icon located in the Windows Mobile
title bar (on the right). The different shapes of this icon
indicate the current discharging status, as listed below:
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Icon
Meaning
Battery high: Remaining power ranges between approximately 75
and 100% of full charge.
Approx. 50-75% remaining
Approx 25-50% remaining
Approx. 10-25% remaining
Battery low: Remaining power is less than 5%.
Receiver powered from external source (AC adapter, computer via
USB line)
At any time you can read more in detail the battery status by
pressing the Windows key and then selecting Settings, System,
Power (see screen example).
When the remaining power drops below 10% of full charge
(orange area), you will see the message “Main Battery Low”
prompting you to replace or recharge the battery. Tap Dismiss
in the task bar. You should consider replacing the battery for
a fresh one but you may still continue to use the receiver for
a while.
With only about 5% of remaining power (red area), a new
message will pop up: “Main Battery Very Low”. Tap Dismiss in
the task bar to continue using the receiver. Ashtech however
recommends that you turn off the receiver and replace the
battery.
With only about 1% of remaining power, the receiver will
switch off, meaning the battery is no longer charged enough
to ensure proper operation of the receiver. Ashtech
recommends you do not go that far in the use of the internal
battery as there is a risk of losing part of your field data.
In case of long-time storage, remember Li-Ion batteries must
always be recharged regularly, about every six months. This is
to prevent irreversible damage of the batteries.
Battery Charging Scenarios
The battery can be charged in two different ways:
• From the power line, through the AC adapter and USB
cable provided. This configuration offers fast battery
charging, with around 700 mA of DC charging current.
• From an office computer connected to the receiver
through a USB line, using the same USB cable provided.
According to the USB 2.0 specification, the DC current
delivered will be limited to 500 mA, which means it will
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Extracting the Battery from the Compartment
Lever the battery out of its compartment using the stylus or a
flat screwdriver. (The flat end of the stylus is inserted in the
groove located on the bottom side of the battery, as shown
below.)
Likewise, extracting the SIM card or micro SD card from the
battery compartment requires the use of a spiky-tipped tool
to pull the card out of its slot.
USB Connection
By default, the mini-USB connector is set to allow a
connection to a computer using Active Sync. You just need to
connect the USB cable provided between the receiver’s miniUSB connector and any computer fitted with a standard USB
connector. Provided Microsoft ActiveSync has been installed
on the computer, a serial connection will be initiated
automatically when you plug the cable. You can then use this
connection to exchange files, explore the receiver’s file
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take longer to charge the battery from a computer’s USB
port than from the AC adapter.
You can ask the receiver not to allow the charging of the
battery through the USB port when this port is connected
to a computer. To do this:
– Press the Windows key
– Select Settings, System, Power
– Clear the option: When equipment opens and links to PC,
do not carry out battery charging
– Tap OK.
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system, install new applications directly from the computer,
etc.
If you want to make a different use of the receiver’s USB
output, press the Windows key, go to Settings>Connections>
USB to PC and change the settings accordingly.
Wireless
Communication
The receiver incorporates three wireless communication
devices:
• Bluetooth
• WiFi
• GSM/GPRS Modem
The three devices can be controlled from the Wireless
Manager icon (press the Windows button and go to
Settings>Connections>Wireless Manager).
Bluetooth
Follow the procedure below to turn on Bluetooth and make a
connection with another system, which is supposed to have
its Bluetooth been turned on and made visible to others.
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings
and Bluetooth.
• Tap on the Mode tab.
• Activate Turn on Bluetooth.
• Tap on the Devices tab.
• Tap on Add new device. Wait until the external system is
found
• Tap on the name of this system, tap Next, enter a passcode
(optional) and then choose the Bluetooth service available
on this system that you would like to use now.
• Complete the connection setup as instructed.
Being only a Bluetooth client, the receiver will not offer any
Bluetooth services to external systems.
WiFi
The integrated Wi-Fi device allows you to access the Internet
through a wireless connection.
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
Connections and Wi-Fi.
• Tap on the Wireless tab.
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GSM/GPRS Module
Provided the appropriate SIM card has previoulsy been
inserted in the battery compartment, the GSM/GPRS modem
allows you to:
• Make a phone call (modem used in GSM mode)
• Establish an Internet connection (modem used in GPRS
mode).
Motion Sensor
Enabling Automatic Screen Rotation
By default, the receiver screen is used in portrait format.
Rotating the receiver by 90° will not cause the screen format
to switch to landscape format.
Operating the receiver this way is usually what you expect
from your receiver because you need to keep it always in
portrait position, with an angle of 45° for best satellite
reception.
You can however ask the receiver to rotate the display
automatically, depending on the position you give to the
receiver.
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Motion Sensor.
• Tap on the switch tab
• Enable the Screen rotation function. Using the Sensitivity
cursor, you can also adjust the sensitivity with which the
receiver will react to motion.
• Tap OK to validate all your settings.
Disabling Automatic Screen Rotation
Just before disabling the Screen rotation function (see above),
make sure the current screen format (portrait or landscape) is
the one you wish to use. If it’s not, first rotate the receiver
accordingly so you get this screen format, and then you can
disable the Screen rotation function.
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• Tap on Search for Networks to turn on Wi-Fi and start
searching for the networks that are available from your
location.
• Choose one, then follow the instructions until you are
given access to the Internet.
Scrolling through Your Picture Gallery
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By setting the motion sensor as a switch, you can easily go
through all your pictures or audio files, just using the hand
that holds the receiver, leaving your other hand free.
After you have opened the MyPictures folder for example and
tapped on the first picture to view it, you just need to shake
the receiver briefly to view the next one, and so forth until all
the pictures in the folder have been viewed.
To set the motion sensor as a switch:
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Motion Sensor.
• Tap on the switch tab
• Enable the Switch songs or pictures function and tap OK.
Fall Alarm
You may set the receiver to produce a sound alarm when it
falls down:
• Press the Windows key and tap successively on Settings,
System and Motion Sensor.
• Tap on the Fall Alarm tab
• Enable the Fall Alarm function and tap OK.
Using the Camera
Taking a Picture
• Press the Windows key and tap Pictures & Videos. This
opens the “My Pictures” folder in which you can see the
list of existing images and videos. The first item in the list
is the Camera, the tool you will now be using to take
pictures. The light-blue background means the camera is
currently selected.
• Tap Camera, or press the Enter button, to turn on the
camera. Wait a couple of seconds until the center of the
window displays the viewfinder of the camera.
• Now use the receiver as a camera. Look at the viewfinder
to frame the picture you want to take.
• When you are ready, stay as still as possible and press the
Enter button to take the picture. When you hear the click
of the camera, stay still for another two seconds until the
screen displays the picture you have just taken.
• Tap OK to come back to the viewfinder, then tap anywhere
on the screen to re-activate the task bar a the bottom of
the screen.
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Renaming a Picture
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap on the desired
picture. This opens a new window showing the picture.
• Tap Menu and Properties.
• Rename the file and tap OK.
Rotating a Picture
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap on the desired
picture (or tap on View in the task bar). This opens a new
window showing the picture.
• Tap Menu and Edit.
• Tap Rotate in the task bar. This rotates the image 90°
clockwise. Repeat the operation until the image has the
right orientation.
• Tap OK to save the image.
Cropping a Picture
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap on the desired
picture (or tap on View in the task bar). This opens a new
window showing the picture.
• Tap Menu and Edit.
• Tap Menu again and select Crop.
• As instructed, drag a rectangle on the picture representing
what the final image should be like, then tap inside the
rectangle to complete the crop operation. If you’re not
happy with the result, you can always come back to the
initial image by selecting Menu and Revert to Saved.
• Tap OK to save the picture.
Auto-correcting a Picture
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap on the desired
picture (or tap on View in the task bar). This opens a new
window showing the picture.
• Tap Menu and Edit.
• Tap Menu again and select Auto Correct. This refines the
picture’s brightness, contrast and colors.
• Tap OK to save the picture.
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• Tap OK to turn off the camera and close the window. The
picture you have taken is now visible in the “My Pictures”
folder.
Deleting a Picture
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• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap and hold the
desired picture.
• Select Delete in the context-sensitive menu.
• Tap Yes to confirm file deletion.
Changing Picture Settings
• Press the Windows key and tap Pictures & Videos. This
opens the “My Pictures” folder.
• Tap Camera to turn on the camera. Wait a couple of
seconds until the center of the window displays the
viewfinder of the camera.
• Tap on the screen to re-activate the task bar, tap Menu,
then Resolution. Choose one of the dimensions available
(expressed in pixels). The resolution setting impacts the
quality and size of the picture you take.
• Tap Menu, then Mode. Choose between Normal (one picture
taken), Burst (five pictures taken at a one-second interval
once you have pressed Enter) and Timer (picture taken 5
seconds after pressing Enter).
Making a Video
Setting the Duration of a Video Film
• Press the Windows key and tap Pictures & Videos. This
opens the “My Pictures” folder in which you can see the
list of existing images and videos.
• Tap Menu, Tools and then Options.
• Tap on the Video tab.
• The audio track may, or may not be included in your video
files. Clear or check the Include Audio.. option as needed.
• Tap within the Time limit for videos. field and select one of
the options below:
– No limit: Choose this option to be able to film a video
over an unlimited period of time.
– 15 seconds: Choose this option to limit the duration of
every video you’ll film to 15 seconds.
– 30 seconds: Choose this option to limit the duration of
every video you’ll film to 30 seconds.
• Tap OK to accept the changes and close the Options
window.
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• Tap Camera to turn on the camera. Wait a couple of
seconds until the center of the window displays the
viewfinder of the camera.
• Tap anywhere on the screen to make the task bar visible
at the bottom of the screen
• When you are ready to film, tap Menu and then Video.
• Press the Enter button to start filming.
Ending a Video
• Depending on the video settings, the video camera will
stop filming as explained below:
– With a preset time limit (15 or 30 seconds), the video
camera will stop filming automatically and close the
video file after this time has elapsed. A down counter
under the viewfinder will keep you informed of the
remaining time as you film.
– With no time limit, the video camera will film
indefinitely. A counter under the viewfinder will tell
you the current duration of the video. To stop filming
and close the video file, press the Enter button again.
• At the end of the video shooting, the viewfinder freezes
while the end of the video is being processed.
• Again, tap anywhere on the screen to make the task bar
visible at the bottom of the screen and then tap OK to turn
off the camera and close the window. The video file you
have created is now listed in the “My Pictures” folder.
Playing Back a Video
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap on the desired
video file. This will automatically launch the Windows
Media player.
• Tap
to close Windows Media player and return to the
“My Pictures” folder.
Renaming a Video
• With the “My Pictures” folder open, select the desired
video file using the Scroll button.
• Tap Menu, Tools and then Properties.
• Rename the file and tap OK.
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Starting a Video
Deleting a Video
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• With the “My Pictures” folder open, tap and hold the
desired video file.
• Select Delete in the context-sensitive menu.
• Tap Yes to confirm file deletion.
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Press on the Windows key.
Scroll down until you see the Compass icon.
Tap on the Compass icon to open the Compass utility.
Tap on the Calibration tab.
Put the receiver down on a table to give it a horizontal
position (see picture [1] below).
Tap on the Start button located in the task bar to start the
calibration process.
First horizontal calibration is ready to go.
Slowly rotate the receiver by a couple of turns while
keeping it horizontal (see picture [1] below).
Wait until the receiver indicates that horizontal calibration
is complete and prompts you to start vertical calibration
(“Ready” displayed underneath the Vertical calibration
button).
Take the receiver in your hands (see picture [2] below),
put it in vertical position then slowly rotate it by a couple
of turns, in the vertical plane. Then gently put it back
down on the table.
Wait until calibration is complete before proceeding.
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E-Compass Calibration
Platform Specifications
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GNSS
Characteristics
Accuracy
Specifications
Processor
Operating System
20 channels
• GPS L1 C/A
• SBAS: WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS
• External antenna connector
• NMEA Output
All specified values are horizontal RMS, handheld accuracy
performance achieved in good conditions (open sky) with
PDOP < 3 and more than seven satellites in view.
• Real-time SBAS: < 2 m typical
• Post-processed: < 50 cm typical
• ARM9™
• Clock frequency: 600 MHz
• Microsoft Windows Mobile Professional version 6.5
• Installed language at delivery: English, French, Spanish,
German, Portuguese, Italian, Simplified & Traditional
Chinese, Greek, Japanese or Korean. Installed OS
language cannot be changed once the product has been
shipped in a given language.
• Software package includes:
– Internet Explorer®
– Microsoft Office Mobile
– ActiveSync®
– Transcriber (handwriting recognition)
Communication
Cellular:
• Built-in GSM/GPRS
• Quad-band, 850/900 MHz, 1800/1900 MHz
Bluetooth:
• Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
WiFi:
• Integrated
Interface:
• USB
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User Interface
• Receiver size: 169 x 88 x 25 mm
• Receiver weight, alone: 310 g
• Receiver weight (batteries included): 380 g
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Physical
Characteristics
Keyboard:
• Alphanumeric virtual keyboard
• Four-direction Scroll and Enter button, Zoom In/Out keys
+ context-sensitive keys
• Illuminated keyboard with touch screen
• Virtual keyboard
Display:
• Color TFT, high-resolution display, sunlight readable, with
touch screen, LED backlight
• Size: 3.5”
• Colors: 262 k
Memory
• 128-MB SDRAM
• 256-MB NAND Flash (non-volatile)
• Micro SDHC™ memory card (up to 8 GB, Sandisk®,
Kingston® recommended
Environmental
Characteristics
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Operating temperature: -10° to +50°C (14 to 122°F)
Storage temperature: -30° to +70°C (-13 to 158°F)
Humidity: 95% non condensing
Waterproofness: IP54
Free drop: 1.2 m to concrete
Power
Requirements
• Battery life: > 20 hours @ 20 ºC, with GPS on, Bluetooth
and WiFi disabled, screen backlight used at minimum
level 20% of the time.
• Charging time: 4 hours
• Removable battery
Multimedia &
Sensors
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Software Options
3-Megapixel camera
E-Compass
G-Sensor
Speaker
Microphone
• Ashtech MobileMapper Field and Office software
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• Post-processing
• ESRI ArcPad software bundle (USA only)
Standard
Accessories
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Stylus
Hand strap
Universal AC adapter
USB cable.
A
OPP (Object Push Profile) 24
Accessories 26
Adjusting backlight 5, 6, 16, 17, 18
Alignment 2
P
B
Battery compartment 10
Battery life 25
Battery status icon 13
Bluetooth 24
Burst 20
C
Calibration (screen) 2
Camera 18
Camera lens 9
Camera settings 20
D
Delete picture 20
Delete video file 22
Display screen 25
E
Earpiece 9
Environmental characteristics 25
External antenna 9
External antenna input 9
G
GNSS reception characteristics 24
GNSS settings 11
GNSS status 11
GNSS Toolbox 11
GPS antenna (built-in) 9
H
Holding the receiver properly 7
I
Inserting battery 1
K
Keyboard 25
L
Lock keypad 6
Long time battery storage 14
M
Main Battery Low 14
Main Battery Very Low 14
Memory 25
Microphone 9
Mini-USB 10
Modem (internal) 24
O
Opening battery door 1
Operating system 2, 24
PDOP 11
Play back video 21
POGO cable 14
Power modes 14
Processor 24
Q
QVGA 8
R
Rename picture 19
Rename video file 21
Reset 12
Resolution 20
S
SBAS 11
Screen alignment 2
Sensors 25
Standby 21
Start shooting video 21
Stop shooting video 21
Suspend mode 4, 13
T
Time limit (video) 20
Timer 20
Tracking mode 11
U
Universal AC adapter 1
USB 10
V
Video (duration setting) 20
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Index
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Getting Started Guide
Mobile Mapping Contact Information:
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In South America +1 305 726 7813
Email mobilemapping@ashtech.com
In France +33 2 28 09 38 00 n Fax +33 2 28 09 39 39
In Russia +7 495 980 5400 n Fax +7 495 981 4840
Email mobilemappingemea@ashtech.com
In Singapore +65 9838 4229 n Fax +65 6777 9881
In China +86 10 5802 5174 n Fax +86 10 5802 5135
Email mobilemappingapac@ashtech.com
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