keymaze 500 hike keymaze 700 trail

KEYMAZE 500 HIKE
KEYMAZE 700 TRAIL
CONTENTS
__________
GENERAL PRESENTATION
2
1/ Button functions
2 /Screen icons
3/ USB connection
4/ Technical information
FIRST USE
4
1/ Firmware update
2/ Initial adjustments
a/General adjustments
b/User settings
c/Zone settings
d/Display settings
e/Capacity
f/Calibration
g/Pairing the heart rate monitor belt
h/Updating the KEYMAZE
FREE MODE
10
1/ Setting the parameters of the session
2/ Starting my session
3/ Dashboard
4/ Pop-up menu
NAVIGATION MODE
14
1/ Create a route
a/Download a route from Quechua Club
b/Create a route in the Geonaute Software
c/Rework a route from a previous session using Geonaute Software
d/Rework a route from a previous session using the KEYMAZE
2/ Start a guided route
3/ Route option
4/ The guiding system
a/Start my session
b/Dashboard
c/Pop-up menu
5/ Point of interest
a/Mark a POI during a session
b/Go to a POI
c/Coordinates
6/ End of session
a/On the KEYMAZE
b/Importing a route from the KEYMAZE to the Geonaute Software
c/Syncing the POI(s)
COMPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
23
GENERAL PRESENTATION
1/ Button functions
The arrows allow you to navigate
between the different menus.
Press for 3 seconds, to
switch the KEYMAZE on/off
Zooms in/out of the map view
If the device is switched on,
press briefly to
activate/deactivate the
back-lighting
Closes the current page
and returns to the
previous page
Access to the pop-up
menu while the session
is paused
During the activity:
Allows you go to
different screens
(information
pages/map/altitude
information)
Confirms a selected option or confirms
the data entered.
Starts/pauses a session or a route
2 / Screen icons
The battery icon indicates how much charge you have left in the battery. An
icon filled with 4 bars indicates that the battery is full
GPS signal icon
Activation icon: the icon flashes before starting the session. The icon is
continuous during the activity and the gathering of information
Pause icon: The icon flashes when the stopwatch is stopped. You are no longer
recording any information at this point
Pop-up menu icon
Icon for displaying information pages (page 1 of 4 here)
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
2/24
3/ USB connection
Recharging and the transfer of data are done using a USB cable.
The device takes an estimated 3hrs 30mins to charge.
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DATA TRANSFER WITH THE PC
RECHARGING THE DEVICE
a) Remove the cap marked with the "USB" icon at the top of the KEYMAZE.
b) Plug in the connector provided.
c) Plug the other end into one of your computer's USB ports.
4/ Technical information
Technical data
KEYMAZE500
100
20hrs (2s/point)
10
KEYMAZE700
100
Number of Points of Interest:
30hrs (2s/point)
Recording time:
10
Number of routes that can be
memorised:
128 x 96 pixels
Pixels (L x W):
61g
Weight:
IPX7 (Depth of 1m for 30mins)
Waterproof:
50.6 x 66.7 x 17.1 (L x D (Φ) x H in millimetres)
Size:
-10° to 60° C
Operating temperatures:
+/- 5 M with good satellite reception
GPS precision:
Less than a minute when ready
Satellite reception time:
Continuous 5V input voltage
Operating voltage:
800mAh Lithium ion polymer
Battery:
Yes
Barometer:
15 hours (estimated) with back-lighting screen
Battery life:
OFF
11 time (estimated) with back-lighting screen ON
No
Yes
SiRF Star III LPx
ANT+ protocol:
GPS:
Charge time:
3hrs 30mins
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Waterproof:
IPX7 (immersion at a
depth of 1m for 30
minutes)
Version number
1
Position accuracy
+/- 5 M with good
satellite reception
Satellite reception
time:
Less than 1 minute
when ready
Application date
17/11/2011
3/24
FIRST USE
1/Firmware update
Your KEYMAZE is a product that evolves over time.
In order to have the latest version, update it before using for the first time.
Step 1: download the latest version of Geonaute Software at www.geonaute.com
(direct link: http://www.geonaute.com/files/software/GeonauteSoftware.exe)
The Geonaute Software is only compatible with PC
Step 2: install Geonaute software
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
4/24
Step 3: add your product
Go to equipment -my devices -add device -select KEYMAZE Quechua 500 or 700
Step 4: Once you have switched the KEYMAZE on and connected it to the PC, click on the image of
the product and confirm with OK
Step 5: Click "Update Firmware" and follow the instructions.
Confirm with OK.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
5/24
2/ Initial adjustments
a/ General adjustments
Language - choice: English, Portuguese, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish, French.
Time - the time is automatically received by the GPS signal (Greenwich Meridian). You can however
adjust the time difference to match your time zone.
Unit - You can choose between the following two measurement systems when setting the units of
measurement: metre/gram or feet/pounds (imperial units)
Beep – OFF/button+popup/alerts alone
Night mode – Off/On
The night mode keeps the back-lighting of the screen on throughout the whole exercise session
During your exercise session, press the Power button briefly to activate/deactivate the back-lighting.
b/ User settings
Gender – Male/female
Age – choice from 10 and 99 years
Weight – choice from 30 to 150 kg / 66 to 253 lb
Size - from 130 to 230 cm / 51 to 91 inches
ONLY FOR THE KEYMAZE 700:
HR max: this is the maximum heart rate at which your heart can beat, (by default, it is estimated
using the formula 220 - the age) – choice from 61 to 240 bpm
HR min: this is the heart rate at rest, it is recorded in the morning when waking up or after lying
down for 3 min. – choice from 40 to 240 bpm
c/ Zone settings
This allows you to set yourself a working session for training, keeping to a certain pace throughout
the session or for reasons of safety.
You set a minimum and a maximum and your KEYMAZE warns you when you are going outside these
limits.
- heart rate - choice of the zone in bpm (only on the KEYMAZE 700) Should you choose the heart
rate zone, you will not be able to choose the speed zone.
- speed zone
3 speeds:
/on the flat in km/hr
/ascending speed in m/hr (metre per hour)
/descending speed in m/hr (metre per hour)
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
6/24
- OFF: the zones are deactivated
d/ Display settings
This menu allows you set the number of pages, the number of views as well as the values available
during your exercise. It is also possible to set these different screens using the Geonaute Software
and then transfer them to the KEYMAZE:
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
7/24
e/ Capacity
Battery life: 0-15hr
Storage capacity:
0 to 361 hours depending on the
sampling selected
Sampling of points:
From 1 point per second to 1 point every 10 seconds
Value by default: 1 point every 2 seconds
The sampling involves recording the coordinates of your route at regular time intervals.
f/ Calibration
Press the OK button after the animation to launch the calibration.
The sat nav must be held in a HORIZONTAL position and turned through 360º until the connection
icon is full and the sat nav confirms that it is properly calibrated. The compass gives you a proper
heading even when the user is stationary. Great care must be taken when calibrating the device. If
not, the directions shown will be unreliable.
Even though the KEYMAZE regularly carries out a self-calibration you can manually calibrate the
altitude before starting an activity.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
8/24
g/ Pairing the heart rate monitor belt
(KEYMAZE 700 only)
To detect the signal from the belt, it must be fitted to the chest with the sensors moistened. If after
several attempts the belt cannot be recognised, try pairing using this mode.
Each sensor (accelerometer or heart rate monitor belt) has a unique identification number that cannot
be changed. When the belt is stimulated (moisten then fit to the chest) it automatically transmits its
identification number to the watch.
The "Pairing" function enables the KEYMAZE to detect the stimulated belts that are within a 10-metre
radius and memorise their identification number. You must move away from any other sensors in the
vicinity during this phase to prevent your belt from pairing with them.
By default the KEYMAZE 700 is supplied paired the HR monitor belt contained in the package. It is
therefore not necessary to use the "pairing" function before using it for the 1st time.
However, the "pairing" function may be used when you wish to use another belt or when the belt can
no longer be recognised.
h/ Updating the KEYMAZE
This mode updates your KEYMAZE using the Geonaute Software interface allowing you to benefit from
the latest improvements.
To do this, you need to be connected to your PC using the cable provided and the Geonaute Software
application must be active.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
9/24
FREE MODE
1/ Configuration of the session
There are two operating modes available with the KEYMAZE:
the Free mode and the Navigation mode.
The first mode allows the user to practise his sport freely and
record the session with the Geonaute Software in order to
analyse the route and user information (speed, altitude,
ascent/descent...) or even the heart rate (KEYMAZE700).
There are several steps you have to go through to
configure your session before starting an exercise.
LAP TIME (LAP)
(only available on the KEYMAZE 700 version): The lap time allows you to memorise and display
your session information at regular intervals. This data can then be viewed later using the GEONAUTE
SOFTWARE.
AUTO – the sat nav will record a lap time at each change of section (change between an
ascent and a flat section or a descent)
DISTANCE - The lap time is set in relation to the distance
OFF – lap time deactivated
Should you select AUTO or DISTANCE, a window appears at the end of each lap,
displaying the information for that lap, while you exercise.
ARRIVAL
The KEYMAZE helps you to manage the timing of your exercise
BEFORE SUNSET - A signal warns you of sunset
BEFORE A TIME - Set an arrival time and you will get an alert one hour earlier
FREE – No alert. You manage your timing yourself
SAMPLE
Sampling sets the frequency with which the KEYMAZE records information. The shorter the sampling
time, the more accurate the data will be and, consequently, the shorter the recording time will be.
Setting at 1/2/5 or 10 seconds.
This will change the accuracy of the tracks recorded in the Geonaute software.
ZONE
This parameter helps you stick to a preset pace throughout your session. The KEYMAZE will warn you
if you go outside the preset limits, so that you can monitor effort levels during your exercise session.
HEART RATE ZONE: (KEYMAZE 700 only): You can set an alert, if your heart rate is
higher or lower than a preset rate. Consequently, you can monitor your effort levels as
you exercise.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
10/24
SPEED ZONE: Selecting "speed" zones allows you to monitor 3 types of speed:
horizontal speeds (typically the speed of progress) and vertical speeds (ascending and
descending speed (in m/hr)). A target zone defined in terms of speed allows you to set
your speed of ascent and manage your effort levels better.
OFF: the zones are deactivated
ADVICE OF THE PRODUCT MANAGER:
During a long-term effort at low intensity, the body digs into its fat reserves. For most people, this
reserve is almost inexhaustible. That's why, in order to help you get to your
destination in good shape more easily, it is preferable to keep the heart rate
below 150 or 140 bpm.
After having adjusted your session settings, confirm with OK to search
for satellites (and possibly the heart rate monitor belt for the KEYMAZE
700)
Acquiring satellite signals. If the
signal is too weak, the KEYMAZE
offers to launch the session
indoors.
In order to work with the
KEYMAZE 700, the latter
attempts to acquire the signal
coming from the heart rate
monitor belt.
Advice:
GPS
In order to optimise the GPS signal search, move away from any buildings or woodland. The GPS
signal will be better if the sky is clear. Once the signal has been found, the GPS will go automatically
to the exercise screens.
Should the GPS signal be too weak, the Keymaze will prompt you to carry out the session indoors. If
you choose this option, you only get the stopwatch and heart rate information (KEYMAZE 700 only).
BELT
This option can only be configured on the KEYMAZE 700.
During the GPS signal search, the KEYMAZE will also search for your heart rate monitor belt
(KEYMAZE 700 only). Remember to position the belt's sensors on the rib cage, moistening them in
order to get a good signal during your exercise. If the belt cannot be found during the second
attempt, check out the FAQ section (on www.geonaute.com/fr/forum).
If you do not wish to use the belt, select NO during the search, in which case you will not get any
heart rate information during your exercise.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
11/24
2/ Starting my session
After searching for the signal, the exercise screens open up straight away and the KEYMAZE is then
ready (flashing triangle at the bottom of the screen).
To start the activity, press Start. During the session, you can pause the session by pressing the
Start/Stop button. Press this button a second time to restart the session.
3/ Dashboard
Several pages allow you to view the important information of your session. You can scroll through
these pages with the up and down arrows. The following information specifies the default values of
the product:
KEYMAZE 700:
Page 1 – altitude / distance / stopwatch / speed
Page 2 – Vertical speed / altitude / total + / totalPage 3 – Calories / speed / heart rate Page 4 – Lap total / lap vertical speed / lap stopwatch / temperature
KEYMAZE 500:
Page 1 – Altitude / distance / stopwatch / speed Page 2 – Vertical speed / altitude / total + / totalPage 3 - Temperature / pressure
Page 4 - Time
The rest of the route information is available by pressing the VIEW button:
Map view
Overview of the route covered, the
distance covered as well as the scale of
the map. You can zoom in and out with
the up and down arrows
Vertical view
Overview of your changes in altitude, of the
instant speed (at the bottom right of the
box) as well as your instant altitude.
4/ Pop-up menu
Open the pop-up menu using the "Star" button during your session.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
12/24
Quit/save
Only appears if the session has been paused. Select Quit and Save to finish the session.
Mark a POI
Allows you to save the coordinates of a point of interest. You will be prompted to enter a
category and a name.
Go to POI
You can decide to go to a point of interest during a session. Select the POI in the list and
follow the instructions! To quit this guiding mode and return to your free session, select
the ROUTE menu in the pop-up menu.
Start PT
This mode allows you to return to your start point. You can choose to take a route that
you have already done (turn around) or be guided along a direct route. If you would like
more information on the guiding modes, go to the Guiding section.
Sunset/rise information
This information gives you the sunrise and sunset times as well as the time remaining
before the next event.
Display
Allows you to adjust the information displayed on the dashboard screens in the same way
as in the display settings menu
Edit options
Allows you to the change recording options such as the sampling frequency or the target
zones.
SAVE MY SESSION
Press the Start/Stop button, then select Quit and Save in the pop-up menu.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
13/24
NAVIGATION MODE
The Guided route gives you directions along a route created in
the Geonaute software or a route downloaded from
Quechua.com.
The user has to follow various steps before starting out:
download the route to the KEYMAZE and configure the session
before beginning your outing.
1/ Create a route
There are several ways available for creating a route:
a/ Download a route from Quechua club
Downloading a route from QUECHUA.COM. A route can be downloaded
from the Quechua club or a route website. Then save the .gpx file on
your computer's desktop or in a file you have specially created for the
purpose. You can then import it into Geonaute Software using the
"import route" function in the preparation/route menu.
b/ Create a route in the Geonaute Software
In the preparation/route menu, you can "add a route" and assign a photo to it, then, using the
"modify" option on the map window, you can draw the route of your choice point-by-point.
ADVICE OF THE PRODUCT MANAGER: When creating the route "point by
point", be very precise when plotting decision points, e.g. intersections, in
order to be guided properly during your session.
.
c/ Reworking a route from a previous session using Geonaute Software
If one of your friends or yourself has already done a route, you can convert it into a track.
In the Geonaute Software, the route is stored in your history. In the "my sessions" menu, simply mark
the session by clicking on it with the mouse and then select the "add to routes" option. The track will
then be optimised and the changes in altitude preserved.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
14/24
d/ Reworking a route from a previous session using the KEYMAZE
You can carry out the operation directly in the KEYMAZE. Select a previous session (DATA/SESSIONS)
by pressing OK. When the details of the session appear, press "STAR”. The product will then prompt
you to convert this "session" into a route. This will then be available in "DATA/ROUTE" to guide you
along this route.
2/ Start a guided tour
Starting your guide using the following SPORT/GUIDING navigation and confirm your route with OK.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
15/24
There are 3 icons on the right hand side of the screen that you can select (with the ARROW buttons
followed by OK):
The map of the route to follow
The profile of the route to
follow
Use the OK button to start
monitoring the route
By confirming with OK, a new window prompts you to configure the settings needed during your
exercise.
3/ Route option
There are several steps you have to go through to
configure your session before starting an exercise.
LAP TIME (LAP)
Only available on the KEYMAZE 700 version. The lap time allows you to memorise and display
your session information at regular intervals. This data can then be viewed later using the GEONAUTE
SOFTWARE.
AUTO – the sat nav will record a lap time at each change of section
(change between an ascent and a flat section or a descent)
DISTANCE - The lap time is set in relation to the distance
OFF – lap time deactivated
Should you select AUTO or DISTANCE, a window appears at the end of each lap, displaying the
information for that lap, while you exercise.
SHORTCUT
You can activate (auto) or deactivate (off) with the "shortcut" option. In
AUTO mode, the GPS will automatically guide you, using the closest route
point. Consequently, if you stray from the route by mistake, it will guide
you towards the original path by the shortest path. In off mode, if you
stray from the route, it will guide you to the next point on the path that
you need to follow. In this way you will complete the entire hike as
planned.
ROUTE DIRECTION
You can choose to follow the programmed route in the same direction as
planned (points 1-2-3-…n) (normal) or the other way round (n -… 3-2 -1)
(backward). This option, along with the automatic shortcut options can
help you find your way if you are lost and you want to return to the start
point of your hike.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
16/24
SAMPLE
Sampling sets the frequency with which the KEYMAZE records
information. The shorter the sampling time, the more accurate the data
will be and, consequently, the shorter the recording time will be. Setting
at 1, 2, 5 or 10 Seconds. This will change the accuracy of the tracks
recorded in the Geonaute software.
ZONE
This parameter helps you stick to a preset pace throughout your session. The KEYMAZE will warn you
if you go outside the preset limits, so that you can monitor effort levels during your exercise session.
HR zone (KEYMAZE 700 only) You can set an alert, if your heart rate
is higher or lower than a preset rate. Consequently, you can monitor your
effort levels as you exercise.
Speed Zone: Selecting "speed" zones allows you to monitor 3 types of
speed: horizontal speeds (typically the speed of progress) and vertical
speeds (ascending and descending speed (in m/hr)). A target zone
defined in terms of speed allows you to set your speed of ascent and
manage your effort levels better
OFF: the zones are deactivated.
ADVICE OF THE PRODUCT MANAGER: When practising lengthy endurance sports like hiking or
trail running, it is useful to monitor one's energy consumption. During prolonged
light exercise, you use up more fat, the reserves of which are almost
inexhaustible in most people, while, just a few minutes of intense exercise can be
enough to tire you out.
DETECTING THE SIGNAL OF THE HEART RATE
MONITOR BELT
This option can only be configured on the KEYMAZE 700.
During the GPS signal search, the KEYMAZE will also
search for your heart rate monitor belt (KEYMAZE 700
only). Remember to position the belt's sensors on the rib
cage, moistening them in order to get a good signal
during your exercise. If the belt cannot be found during
the second attempt, check out the FAQ section (on
www.geonaute.com/fr/forum). If you do not wish to use
the belt, select NO during the search, in which case you
will not get any heart rate information during your
exercise.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
SIGNAL DETECTION: GPS SIGNAL SEARCH
The KEYMAZE searches for the GPS signal. In
order to optimise the GPS signal search, move
away from any buildings or woodland. The GPS
signal will be better if the sky is clear. Once the
signal has been found, the GPS will go
automatically to the exercise screens.
Application date
17/11/2011
17/24
4/ The guiding system
a/ Start my session
After searching for the signal, the exercise screens open up straight away and the KEYMAZE is then
ready (flashing triangle at the bottom of the screen). To start the activity press Start. During the
session, you can pause the session by pressing the Start/Stop button.
Press this button a second time to restart the session.
The guiding process starts with the 'POI'-type guiding screen that guides you to the first point. Follow
the direction indicated by the arrow, and check that the distance to the first point is dropping.
EASYSTART: a basic extract of a map allows you to locate
the start point of the hike within its context (1km, 500m,
200m radius around the start point), as well as the first few
metres of the route and your current position. This exclusive
function helps you get to the start of your way.
b/ Dashboard
Several pages allow you to view the important information of your session. You can scroll through
these pages with the up and down arrows. The following information specifies the default values of
the product:
Values view
KEYMAZE 700:
Page 1 – Altitude / distance / stopwatch / speed
Page 2 – Vertical speed / altitude / total + / total Page 3 – Calories / speed / heart rate Page 4 – Lap total / lap vertical speed / lap stopwatch / temperature
KEYMAZE 500:
Page 1 – Altitude / distance / stopwatch / speed Page 2 – Vertical speed / altitude / total + / total Page 3 - Temperature / pressure Page 4 - time
The rest of the route information is available by pressing the VIEW button:
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
18/24
Map view
This view indicates your position, your planned route, your current path as well as the distance
between you and the next point and the heading you need to take after this point. You can zoom in
and out using the UP and DOWN arrows. When you are on the planned route, the guiding is similar to
a sat nav in a car, and will indicate the heading you need to take at the next point. For example: If
you stray from the route, the GPS will change display, giving you a "BEARING" towards the next point
on the route. Then follow the arrow, trying to reduce the distance between you and the next point
(make sure that the GPS is held horizontally). If you are on the route but moving the wrong way, a
pop-up with alert you.
Vertical view
It indicates the planned changes in altitude for the route as well as your position in relation to this and
your current altitude. This allows you to visually assess the rate of ascent or descent and the distance
remaining for your outing.
ADVICE OF THE PRODUCT MANAGER: For fast-moving activities requiring
close attention, adjust the display so that there is only one or two values per
screen. This will make it more legible. For guided hikes, do not hesitate to adjust
one screen so that it has 4 values containing the "rest" of the information: time to
arrival, distance to arrival or total remaining. The information since the last lap
time, gives you a more recent idea of your pace, without giving you readings that
are unstable. During the activity, you can access useful functions directly using
the pop-up menu.
c/ Pop-up menu
QUIT/SAVE
Only appears if the session has been paused. Select quit and Save to finish the
session.
Mark a POI
Allows you to save the coordinates of a point of interest. You will be prompted to
enter a category and a name.
GO TO POI
You can decide to go to a point of interest during a session. Select the POI in the list
and follow the instructions! To quit this guiding mode and return to your free session,
select the ROUTE menu in the pop-up menu.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
19/24
START PT
This mode allows you to return to your start point. You can choose to take a route
that you have already done (turn around) or be guided along a direct route. If you
would like more information on the guiding modes, go to the Guiding section.
SUNSET/RISE INFORMATION
This information gives you the sunrise and sunset times as well as the time remaining
before the next event
DISPLAY
Allows you to adjust the information displayed on the dashboard screens in the same
way as in the display settings menu
EDIT OPTIONS
Allows you to the change recording options such as the sampling frequency or the
target zones.
5/ Point of interest
A POI is a point of interest. It marks distinguishing features, located close to the route of your hike,
like a fountain or a small chapel to visit. There are two ways of creating a POI: during an activity, on
the device or using the PC software.
a/ Mark a POI during a session
Using the "STAR" pop-up menu during an activity, select the "mark a POI" option. The current
position will then be marked and you can name the point of interest (scroll through the letters with
the arrows, then confirm the option with Ok and give it a symbol.
b/ Go to a POI
You can be guided directly to a point of interest by selecting the Guiding/POI option and selecting a
POI from the list. Similarly, you can go directly to a POI located close to the path, while you are being
guided along a route, using the pop-up menu (star/go to POI). Then select a point from the list and
confirm with OK. You are then guided directly towards the point in question: follow the arrow making
sure that the distance between the current position and the POI is diminishing as you move forwards.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
20/24
c/ Coordinates
You can use the KEYMAZE to guide yourself towards a point defined by a pair of coordinates
ADVICE OF THE PRODUCT MANAGER: there are several coordinate formats
and the KEYMAZE allows you to choose between the following 4 types: degrees,
100,000th degrees, minutes, 1,000th degrees, minutes, seconds, 100th UTM
coordinates. The coordinates:
1/ enter a coordinate: First, select the coordinate format that you want to
enter using the arrows and confirm with OK. Then enter the latitude followed by
the longitude one number after the other. To do this, select the value of each
number using the arrows, then confirm with OK. Once you have entered the final
number, confirm the pair of coordinates by selecting OK. The way in which
guiding then starts is the same as when going to a POI
2/ conversion of coordinates: Having entered the coordinates of a point as in
the previous step, scroll up to the "format" field using the arrows and confirm
with OK. Then change the format with the up and down arrows. The same
coordinates will then be displayed in the different formats selected.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
21/24
6/ End of session
a/ On the KEYMAZE
Having finished and saved your session, go to the exercise report (you can also select the option in
the Data/sessions menu).
The summary of the session includes:
-the basic session details (distance, route time, total + and total -) with access to
the following screens:
-total (route time, distance, average and max speed, average and max ascending
speed, average and max descending speed, total + and total -, max and min altitudes
and change in altitude between the end and the beginning of the route, average* and
maximum* heart rate, number of calories lost* and grams of fat lost* and min, max,
average temperatures)
* only for KEYMAZE 700
- viewing lap times
The different lap times are displayed in a table. Select a row and then confirm with
OK to view the details of the split time: view previous paragraph
-map: viewing the route
-changes in altitude: route total
b/ Importing a route from the KEYMAZE to the Geonaute software.
You can transfer the sessions stored in the KEYMAZE to the PC using the Geonaute Software
(download at www.geonaute.com).
Start Geonaute Software. Connect the KEYMAZE to the USB port of your PC and switch the product
on. Select the "import from the device" option. The sessions stored on the KEYMAZE will then be
available for viewing in "my sessions".
c/ Syncing the POI(s)
Start Geonaute Software. Connect the KEYMAZE to the USB port of your PC and switch the product
on. Select the preparation/POI option. Select the "sync with device" option to download the points of
interest created directly to the KEYMAZE.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
22/24
COMPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
1/ Problem recognising Geonaute Software
The USB drivers may not have been properly installed during the Geonaute Software installation
process.
Reinstall the drivers for the KEYMAZE 500 Hike and 700 Trail by downloading them to this address:
www.geonaute.com/files/support/drivers/GPS/STM.exe
2/ Problem updating firmware
If you have not updated your KEYMAZE and it should freeze, you can restart the
KEYMAZE in the following way:
1. When the update fails, the screen freezes and the buttons no longer respond
There is a solution for restarting the product.
Method: Hold the ON/OFF button down for 10 seconds
2. If you are can no longer switch the product off, do the following:
—
Disconnect the USB cable from the PC
—
Press the 3 buttons, "DOWN ARROW+VIEW+ON/OFF" simultaneously until the KEYMAZE
displays the following screen:
—
Reconnect the KEYMAZE to the PC in order to
proceed with a new update
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
23/24
—
In the Geonaute Software, enter the "RESCUE" mode to restart the update procedure
3/ Accessories
Accessories for your KEYMAZE 700 TRAIL are available for purchase in your Decathlon store at the
Workshop department, with the following references:
1175863
1353064
1324269
4/ Limited warranty
OXYLANE guarantees to the initial purchaser of this item that it is exempt from all faults linked to
materials and manufacture. This product is guaranteed for two years from the purchase date.
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
The warranty does not cover:
• damage resulting from misuse, neglecting to follow the user instructions, accidents, improper
maintenance or the commercial use of the product
• damage resulting from repairs carried out by persons not authorised by OXYLANE
• batteries, casings which are cracked or broken or which show signs of impacts.
• During the warranty period, the item will either be repaired free of charge by an authorised repair
service or replaced free of charge (depending on the distributor).
• The warranty does not cover the elastic strap, which is subject to wear and tear.
5/ Contact us
We are here to listen to any feedback or information you may have concerning the quality, functioning
or use of our products: www.geonaute.com
We will reply as soon as possible.
Reference
KEYMAZE 500HIKE
KEYMAZE 700TRAIL
Version number
1
Application date
17/11/2011
24/24