MAP 410
User Manual
MAP 410 Manual Addendum
Your MAP 410 receiver has been pre-loaded with the
following DEMO regions:
MapSend Marine
s New York
s Annapolis
s Miami
s Seattle
MapSend Land
s Chicago
s Los Angeles
These areas have been installed as a sample of the additional detail available from the Magellan MapSend™ Marine
and Land CD-ROMs. The MapSend Marine CD-ROM
contains C-MAPNT Compact marine chart which displays
such detail as spot soundings, contour lines, navaids and
more. The MapSend Land CD-ROM provides additional
detail including major roads, nautical navaids and destination
Points of Interest such as golf courses and campgrounds.
Each of these CD-ROMs are available from your Magellan
dealer or you can order directly from Magellan by calling
(800) 669-4477.
You may turn OFF these DEMO regions by performing the
following steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
While in the MAP screen
Press MENU
Select MAP SETUP
Press ENTER
Select UPLOADED DATA and press ENTER
Select OFF
When the DEMO regions are turned on, some
road detail in these regions may be hidden.
Turning OFF uploaded data will erase all routes
contained in your receiver’s memory.
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Ajout au guide de l’utilisateur du MAP 410
Votre récepteur MAP 410 contient des informations
géographiques sur les régions suivantes en guise de
démontration:
MapSend Land (Terrestre)
MapSend Marine (Marin)
s Chicago
s New York
s Los Angeles
s Annapolis
s Miami
s Seattle
Ces zones ont été inscrites en mémoire à des fins de
démonstration des informations topographiques additionnelles
disponibles sur le cédérom Magellan MapSend™ Marine and
Land(Marin et terrestre). Le cédérom MapSend Marine
contient des cartes C-MAPNT Compact marines si détaillées
qu’il est possible d’obtenir les contours marins, les aides à la
navigation et des autres. Le cédérom MapSend Land contient
des informations additionnelles incluant les routes principales,
les aides à la navigation et des lieux d’intérêts tels que terrains
de golf et des terrains de camping.
Ces cédéroms sont disponibles chez votre détaillant Magellan.
Il est également possible de les commander en apellant
Magellan au numéro sans frais suivant: (800) 669-4477.
Il es possible en suivant ces opérations, de mettre hors
fonction les zones de démonstration.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
À partir du tableau des cartes
Appuyez sur Menu
Sélectionnez MAP SETUP (Menu de configuration)
Appuyez sur ENTER
Sélectionnez UPLOADED DATA et appuyez sur ENTER
Sélectionnez OFF
Lorsque les zones de démonstration sont en
fonction, certains détails des routes peuvent être
cachés.
La mise hors fonction des données téléchargées
entraîne l’effacement des itinéraires en mémoire
Warnings
USE GOOD JUDGEMENT
This product is an excellent navigation aid, but does not replace the need
for careful orienteering and good judgement. Never rely solely on one
device for navigating.
USE CARE
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the U.S.
Government, which is solely responsible for the accuracy and
maintenance of GPS.
The accuracy of position fixes can be affected by the periodic
adjustments to GPS satellites made by the U.S. Government and is
subject to change in accordance with the Department of Defense civil
GPS user policy and the Federal Radionavigation Plan.
USE CAUTION
Accuracy can also be affected by poor satellite geometry. When the
accuracy warnings appear on the screen, use the data with extreme
caution.
USE PROPER ACCESSORIES
Use only Magellan cables and antennas; the use of non-Magellan cables
and antennas may severely degrade performance or damage the
receiver, and will void the warranty.
License Agreement
Magellan grants you, the purchaser, the right to use the software
supplied in and with MAGELLAN GPS products (the "SOFTWARE") in
the normal operation of the equipment. You may make copies only for
your own personal use and for use within your organization.
The SOFTWARE is the property of MAGELLAN and/or its suppliers and
is protected by United States copyright laws and international treaty
provisions; therefore, you must treat this SOFTWARE like any other
copyright material.
You may not use, copy, modify, reverse engineer or transfer this
SOFTWARE except as expressly provided in this license. All rights not
expressly granted are reserved by MAGELLAN and/or its suppliers.
* * *
No part of this handbook may be reproduced or transmitted in any form
or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and
recording, for any purpose other than the purchaser's personal use
without the prior written permission of Magellan Corporation.
© 1999 by Magellan Corporation. All rights reserved.
Magellan™ and MAP 410™ are trademarks of Magellan Corporation.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 1
Packing List ....................................................................................... 1
Conventions Used In This Manual ..................................................... 2
GETTING STARTED .............................................................................. 3
Receiver Description .......................................................................... 3
Receiver Accuracy ............................................................................. 3
Altimeter/Pressure Sensor ........................................................... 3
MAP 410 GPS Receiver..................................................................... 4
Keypad Description ........................................................................... 5
Battery Installation ............................................................................. 6
Using Your MAP 410 ......................................................................... 7
Proper Handling - Signal Reception .................................................. 7
Turning the Receiver “ON” & “OFF” ............................................... 7
First Time Use - Initializing the Receiver .......................................... 8
Input Location Information ......................................................... 8
Setting Local Time and Date ....................................................... 8
Selecting Primary Usage ............................................................. 9
Taking a Position Fix ................................................................... 9
Saving a Waypoint ..................................................................... 10
Creating a GOTO Route to your Saved Waypoint .................... 10
BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................ 11
Power Up Sequence ......................................................................... 11
NAV Screens .................................................................................... 11
The SAT STATUS Screen .......................................................... 11
Changing Temp Units and Calibration in the STATUS
SCREEN ....................................................................... 12
Setting Temperature Calibration ......................................... 12
The POSITION Screen .............................................................. 13
Viewing Secondary Coordinate System from the POSITION
Screen ........................................................................... 13
Averaging in the POSITION Screen ................................... 13
The NAV 1 Screen ..................................................................... 14
Customizing the NAV 1 Screen .......................................... 14
The COMPASS Screen .............................................................. 15
Customizing the Compass Screen ....................................... 16
The NAV 2 Screen ..................................................................... 16
Customizing the NAV 2 Screen .......................................... 16
The MAP Screen ....................................................................... 17
Cartography Legend............................................................ 17
Cartographic Shading ......................................................... 18
MAP Setup .......................................................................... 18
MAP Screen Orientation .............................................. 19
Course Projection ......................................................... 19
LAT/LON Grid ............................................................. 19
Map Text ....................................................................... 20
Cities ............................................................................. 20
Highways ...................................................................... 20
Railroads ....................................................................... 21
Enabling/Disabling Uploaded Data .............................. 21
Waypoints ..................................................................... 21
Data Window ...................................................................... 22
Setting Hide/Show Data ............................................... 22
Track History ...................................................................... 23
Clear Track .......................................................................... 23
Routes ................................................................................. 24
MAP Scale .......................................................................... 24
Map Find ............................................................................. 24
Panning Around the MAP ................................................... 24
Accessing WPTs from the MAP ................................... 25
The ROAD Screen ..................................................................... 25
Customizing the ROAD Screen .......................................... 26
Changing the Scale ............................................................. 26
The SPEED Screen .................................................................... 26
Resetting the Odometer....................................................... 27
Resetting the Trip Odometer ............................................... 27
Setting the Speed Average .................................................. 27
The TIME Screen ...................................................................... 27
Selecting TIME Format ...................................................... 28
NAV Screen Defaults ................................................................. 28
Working with Waypoints (WPTs) .................................................... 29
The Waypoint Menu .................................................................. 29
Selecting a Waypoint Category ................................................. 29
User Waypoints ................................................................... 29
Non-User Waypoints ........................................................... 30
Saving a Waypoint (User Only) ................................................. 30
Saving Your Position Fix with a Receiver-Generated Name ..
...................................................................................... 30
Saving Your Position Fix with a User-Created name ......... 30
Creating a Waypoint (User Only) .............................................. 30
Editing a Waypoint (User Only) ................................................ 30
Selecting a Waypoint to Edit (User Only) .......................... 31
Editing Waypoint Fields (User Only) ................................. 31
Creating/Editing/Deleting a Message in a Waypoint (User
Only) ............................................................................. 31
Saving Changes to the Selected Waypoint (User Only) ..... 32
Deleting a Waypoint (User Only) .............................................. 32
Projecting a Waypoint (User & Non-User) ............................... 32
Sorting a Waypoint (User & Non-User) .................................... 33
Finding a Waypoint (Non-User Only) ....................................... 33
Working with Routes ....................................................................... 34
The Route Menu ........................................................................ 34
Creating a GOTO Route ..................................................... 34
Creating a GOTO Route from the Map Screen .................. 34
Using FIND in a GOTO Route ........................................... 35
Clearing a GOTO Route ..................................................... 35
Creating a Man Over Board (MOB) Route ............................... 35
Clearing a MOB .................................................................. 35
Creating a Backtrack Route ....................................................... 36
Creating a Multi-Leg Route ...................................................... 36
Viewing/Editing a Route ........................................................... 37
Inserting a Leg ........................................................................... 37
Changing a Waypoint in a Route ............................................... 37
Adding a Waypoint at the End of a Route ................................. 37
Deleting a Waypoint in a Route ................................................. 38
Saving a Route ........................................................................... 38
Activating/Deactivating a Route ............................................... 38
Reversing a Route ..................................................................... 39
Deleting a Route ........................................................................ 39
Using Map View in a Route ...................................................... 39
Working with TrackRoute ......................................................... 40
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS ................................................................... 41
Working with Sun/Moon and Fish/Hunt .......................................... 41
Simulate Mode ................................................................................. 42
Contrast ............................................................................................ 42
Alarms/Messages ............................................................................. 43
Accessing the Alarm/Message Menu ........................................ 43
Anchor Alarm ............................................................................ 43
Arrival Alarm ............................................................................ 43
Cross Track Error (XTE) Alarm ................................................ 44
Proximity Alarm ........................................................................ 44
GPS Alarm ................................................................................. 45
Viewing the Alarm/MSG Menu................................................. 45
Re-setting Alarm Defaults ......................................................... 45
Clearing Alarm Messages .......................................................... 45
CUSTOMIZING YOUR MAP 410 ........................................................ 46
Setup ................................................................................................ 46
Initialization ..................................................................................... 46
Enabling/Disabling the NAV Screens .............................................. 46
Coordinate System ........................................................................... 47
Map Datum ...................................................................................... 47
Elevation Mode ................................................................................ 48
Time Format ..................................................................................... 48
Nav Units ......................................................................................... 48
Temperature Units ............................................................................ 49
North Reference ............................................................................... 49
Light Timer ...................................................................................... 49
Beeper .............................................................................................. 50
Personalize ....................................................................................... 50
Clearing Memory ............................................................................. 50
NMEA Setup .................................................................................... 51
Setting Baud Rate ............................................................................ 51
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................... 52
Commonly Asked Questions ............................................................ 53
Contacting Magellan ........................................................................ 54
COORDINATE SYSTEMS ................................................................... 55
NMEA DATA MESSAGES ................................................................... 58
AVAILABLE DATUMS ......................................................................... 64
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................... 65
ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................... 66
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................ 68
INDEX ................................................................................................... 71
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the MAP 410. Since introducing the
world’s first commercial, hand-held GPS receiver, Magellan has led the way
with innovative GPS products to meet a wide range of positioning and
navigation needs.
The MAP 410 is a portable, cartographic GPS receiver with a highresolution display that represents your location and all of your surroundings.
The powerful 12-channel receiver is compact and lightweight for easy use
while making your way outdoors. You’ll be able to navigate to destinations
all over the world using the MAP 410’s internal map with waypoints,
navaids and points of interest. Now getting to your favorite destination can
be done with the press of a few buttons.
Designed with both the Outdoor and Marine enthusiasts in mind, the MAP
410 is ideal for hiking, mapping your favorite fishing hole, marking trails or
charting courses over land or water. To help you get started using you MAP
410, read the Getting Started and Basic Operation sections of this manual.
These two sections will have you recording waypoints and navigating in no
time at all. The remainder of this manual gives you detailed information
about all the features and functions available in your MAP 410.
Packing List
Before you begin using your new unit, make sure that all the items listed on
the MAP 410 box are included. If any of the items are missing or damaged,
contact Magellan customer service immediately at (800) 707-9971.
Optional accessories are available from your local MAP 410 dealer. See the
Accessories section of this manual for a list of available accessories.
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Conventions Used In This Manual
The reference section of this manual is designed to assist you in the use of
your MAP 410. Each topic in the reference section includes a brief
description of the chosen activity, keystroke diagrams representing the keys
to press and sample screens showing how the function is performed. In the
reference section you will be given instructions to follow. Bolded words
indicate the key or keys to be pressed; italics indicate the name of the screen
to be viewed; and, ALL CAPS indicate a menu item to be selected.
Also in the reference section are alerts to inform you of some cautions or
notes that will assist you in using your MAP 410.
The crossing guard with a stop sign indicates the information enclosed is
very important and should be read before moving on.
The notepad icon denotes information that can help you use or understand
your receiver. While this information is not required to perform the
activity, it may provide you with a better understanding of the activity or
shortcuts you can use.
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GETTING STARTED
This section shows you how to begin using your MAP 410 for the first time.
After a brief discussion of the receiver, the following areas will be covered:
• Battery Installation
• First time usage, initializing the receiver
• Operation
Receiver Description
The MAP 410 is a portable, cartographic GPS receiver with a highresolution display that represents your location and all of your surroundings.
The powerful 12-channel receiver is compact and lightweight for easy use
while making your way outdoors. You’ll be able to navigate to destinations
all over the world using the MAP 410’s internal map with waypoints,
navaids and points of interest. Your receiver also stores up to 500 waypoints
that are used to navigate. Using four AA batteries, the MAP 410 will
operate continuously for up to 12 hours and the internal lithium backup
battery will keep the receiver’s memory active for up to 10 years.
Receiver Accuracy
The satellite constellation that provides the GPS information your receiver
uses is maintained by the Department of Defense (DoD). GPS positioning,
for general use, provides 25 meter RMS accuracy or better. Since the
signals generated by these satellites are publicly accessible, the DoD has
introduced errors into the satellite signals for security reasons. These errors
are referred to as Selective Availability (SA).
At present, your GPS position will be accurate within 100 meters RMS
horizontally and 150 meters RMS vertically. Due to the errors introduced by
SA, it is possible to get readings outside of these value at times.
ALTIMETER/PRESSURE SENSOR
Your MAP 410 has a built-in barometric pressure sensor to give you more
accurate altitude readings. The altimeter does not need any calibration or
activation, this function is automatic. The MAP 410 uses the combination of
a pressure sensor and GPS elevation to give altitude readings of about +/200 feet.
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MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Detachable Quadrifilar Antenna
Display
MA
1
P 4
0
ZOOM OUT
ENTER/MARK
OM
ZOOM IN
OM
ZO
QUIT
ZO
POWER/LIGHT
NAV
ARROW
PAD
MENU
GOTO
Water Seal Battery Caps
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Keypad Description
Power/Light - When the unit is OFF, pressing this key turns the
unit ON. If the unit is ON, pressing this key for less than one
second turns the light ON and offers two levels of brightness
adjustable with consecutive presses of this key. Pressing and
holding this key for more than one second causes the receiver to go
into a 5-second power down sequence. During the power down
sequence, pressing this key again will immediately turn the
receiver OFF.
ENTER
MARK
QUIT
Enter/Mark - Pressing this key for less than one second executes
an Enter while pressing this key for more than one second begins
the procedure for marking a user waypoint.
Quit - Cancels the operation of the last key pressed and scrolls
backward through the NAV screens.
8-Way Arrows - Scrolls through screens, menus and enters
alphanumeric information. Up/Down Arrows scroll through the
alphanumeric characters. Right/Left Arrows page through menus
and pans in eight directions when on the MAP screen.
NAV
MENU
GOTO
ZOOM
IN
ZOOM
OUT
NAV - Accesses and scrolls through the Navigation screens.
MENU - Accesses functions specific to the current display, as well
as other general functions.
GOTO - Allows selection of a destination for a single-leg route
from a list of waypoints. This key also accesses the Man Over
Board function.
ZOOM IN - Allows you to zoom in on the Map screens.
ZOOM OUT - Allows you to zoom out on the Map screens.
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Battery Installation
The MAP 410 uses four AA alkaline batteries that are installed from the
bottom of the receiver. Use the rings to unscrew the water seal battery caps.
Insert the batteries into the battery tubes, with the positive end first, two
batteries in each side, and screw the battery caps until securely closed.
Although it is recommended that four AA batteries be used, in case of an
emergency the receiver will operate with only two batteries if both are
inserted into one of the battery tubes.
MA
1
P 4
0
OM
ZO
OM
ZO
+
+
-
+
+
If the batteries are left out of the receiver for more than 30 minutes, your
receiver may need to be reinitialized.
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Using Your MAP 410
The constellation of 24 GPS satellites circling the globe is in constant
motion. Before your receiver can tell you where you are, it needs to know
where the satellites are relative to itself. It does this with the use of an
internal almanac, where it has stored in memory a general location for each
of the satellites. The almanac tells the receiver which satellites are in view,
based on the time, date and location of the receiver.
Until the MAP 410 is initialized, it may not know its location, time or date,
therefore, it does not have a reference point to select which satellites to use.
Inputting the initial position, time and date is called initializing your
receiver, which will save you time. Initializing enables the receiver to begin
tracking satellites, and calculating your position, much faster.
Proper Handling - Signal Reception
Because your MAP 410 receives information it needs from satellites orbiting
the earth, the antenna needs to be raised with a relatively unobstructed view
of the sky.
Clear View of the Sky. Your receiver
needs a clear view of the sky, allowing it
to choose from all the satellites currently
available. If the view of the sky is poor,
(large cliffs or buildings, heavy foliage or
other obstructions) the satellite signals can
be blocked and the MAP 410 may take
longer to compute a position fix.
Holding the Receiver. Your MAP 410 is
designed to fit comfortably in your hand. Hold the receiver in the palm
of your hand with the antenna pointing towards the sky.
Turning the Receiver “ON” & “OFF”
To turn your MAP 410 “ON”, press the POWER/LIGHT key and then
press the ENTER key when prompted. If the ENTER key is not pressed
within 10 seconds of being prompted, the receiver will turn “OFF”. Wait for
the unit to scroll through the start-up screens.
To turn the unit “OFF”, press and hold the same POWER/LIGHT key.
This will start a shutdown sequence that counts down the seconds until the
receiver actually turns “OFF”. To immediately turn the receiver “OFF”,
release and press the POWER/LIGHT key again. To cancel the shutdown
sequence, press any other key.
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First Time Use - Initializing the Receiver
Turn your receiver ON by pressing the POWER/
LIGHT key and the ENTER key, when prompted.
Since this is the first time you have used your receiver,
a screen will be displayed prompting you to initialize
your receiver. Press the ENTER key.
If you don’t see this screen upon start-up, then your
receiver was previously initialized. To reinitialize,
press the MENU key, highlight SETUP and press
ENTER.
ATTENTION
UNIT IS NOT
INITIALIZED
PRESS
ENTER TO
INITIALIZE
Arrow icons displayed in the lower right hand corner of a screen indicate
which arrow keys are active for that screen.
INPUT LOCATION INFORMATION
When the REGION screen appears, shown at right, complete
the following steps:
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the region
where you are located.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to
highlight country, province or
state where you are located.
Use the ARROW
keys to enter your
present elevation.
The Elevation
screen appears.
ENTER
MARK
REGION
ENTER COORD
USA
AMERICAS
EUROPE
ASIA EAST
ASIA WEST
AUSTRALIA
AFRICA
PACIFIC
If this is not the first time you have used your receiver, or if it is the first
time but your receiver has already begun acquiring satellite signals, time
and date may have already been received from a satellite and you will not
be prompted for time and date.
SETTING LOCAL TIME AND DATE
Use the following steps to set your local time and the date:
From the TIME
field on the
Elevation screen.
From the DATE
field on the
Elevation screen.
Use the ARROW keys to
enter the local time and
toggle between AM and PM.
Use the ARROW
keys to
input the date.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
TIME
34˚06.52N
117˚49.56W
00000FT
09:23AM
MARK
Your MAP 410 will not automatically change due to daylight savings.
You will have to reset the time using SETUP as explained in the
Customizing section.
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SELECTING PRIMARY USAGE
You can choose what mode your receiver is operating in, either MARINE or
LAND. The default setting is MARINE.
During Initialization
at the Preference
screen.
Use the ARROW keys
to toggle between
MARINE and LAND.
ENTER
MARK
The following chart shows the terminology that your MAP 410 uses while in
land or marine mode. For purposes of this manual, it will be assumed
that the receiver is in the marine mode.
Terminology
Land
Marine
Speed
SPD
SOG
Bearing
BRG
BRG
Distance
DST
DST
Heading
HDG
COG
Velocity Made Good
VMG
VMG
Course To Steer
CTS
CTS
Estimated Time of Arrival
ETA
ETA
Time To Go
TTG
ETE
Cross Track Error
XTE
XTE
Recorded Position
Landmark
Waypoint
(LMK)
MILES/MPH
or KM/KPH
(WPT)
Units of Measure
NM/KNOTS
TAKING A POSITION FIX
Once you have chosen the primary usage for your receiver,
the STATUS screen will be displayed. At this point, you
should go outside in an area where you can get a clear view
of the sky. The MAP 410 will begin receiving data from
the satellites in view and will display the progress on the
STATUS screen.
Once your receiver has computed a position fix, the MAP
screen will be displayed. If the MAP screen has been
turned off then the POSITION screen will be displayed.
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STATUS
3D
12
N
13
8
25
18
7
001112
782385
POWER
TEMP
25 ˚c
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SAVING A WAYPOINT
Once your receiver has computed your current position fix,
you may save this position as a waypoint. Use the
following keystrokes:
From
any
screen.
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
(PRESS & HOLD)
MARK
(PRESS & HOLD)
MARK
WPT001
34˚06.56N
117˚49.60W
900FT
11:23:35PM
12JAN99
CREATE MSG
For further information on saving your position with a usergenerated name or a receiver-generated name, refer to the
Basic Operations section of this manual.
SAVE WPT
SAVE TO RTE
CREATING A GOTO ROUTE TO YOUR SAVED WAYPOINT
Once this fixed position has been saved in your receiver,
travel to another location away from the saved position to
create a route back to the saved waypoint. Use the
following keystrokes:
Travel away
from your
present location.
ENTER
MARK
GOTO
USER
WPT001
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the USER category.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
waypoint you just saved.
ENTER
BRG
DST
027˚m
50.2 mn
MARK
You will be returned to the screen you had been previously viewing.
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BASIC OPERATION
This section explains the various functions of your MAP 410 and is
organized in order of usage and are accompanied by screen representations
and keystroke diagrams.
Power Up Sequence
Your receiver is powered on by pressing the POWER/
LIGHT key and then the ENTER key within 15 seconds
after the WARNING screen is displayed. On power up, the
MAP 410 will display the MAGELLAN LOGO/START UP
screen, the WARNING/COPYRIGHT screen and then you
will press ENTER to switch to the STATUS screen. The
receiver begins searching the sky for satellites and begins
the process of computing a position fix.
WARNING
THIS DEVICE IS AN
AID TO NAVIGATION
AND SHOULD NOT
BE RELIED UPON
AS A PRIMARY
NAVIGATIONAL
SOURCE. POINT
DATA IS PROVIDED
FOR GENERAL
REFERENCE ONLY
VER 1.00
© 1999
MAGELLAN CORP
PRESS ENTER
TO CONTINUE
NAV Screens
There are nine NAV (navigation) screens which provide you with necessary
information you will need to use the MAP 410 as a navigational tool. The
screens are: SAT STATUS, POSITION, NAV1, COMPASS, NAV2, MAP,
ROAD, SPEED and TIME.
NAV screens are viewed by pressing the NAV key from any screen. You can
scroll through the NAV screens by repeatedly pressing the NAV key. You
can also scroll through the screens in the opposite direction with the QUIT
key.
All screens, except the SAT STATUS and POSITION screens, can be disabled
by turning them OFF in the NAV SCREENS section of Setup.
THE SAT STATUS SCREEN
The SAT STATUS screen will be the first screen displayed, after the
COPYRIGHT screen, once the unit is turned on. This screen shows you the
general well-being of your MAP 410 by showing you satellite status, signal
strengths, battery life and temperature.
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The satellite positions are displayed in the Satellite Position Graph with the
satellite signal strengths on the Satellite Signal Chart.
North Indicator
2D/3D Icon
STATUS
Satellite
Positions
3D
12
Satellite
Signal
Strengths
Satellite
Position Graph
8
25
Satellite
Numbers
N
13
18
7
Satellite
Signal Chart
001112
782385
POWER
TEMP
25 ˚c
Temperature
Battery Life
Indicator
Light Icon
On the Satellite Position Graph and the Satellite Signal Chart, satellites
displayed in gray have weak signal strengths while satellites in black have
strong signal strengths. On the Satellite Signal Chart, satellites still
receiving information will display an empty bar.
The bottom of the SAT STATUS screen displays remaining battery power and
ambient temperature of the receiver. Power shown is the estimated battery
life when the receiver is operating on battery power.
Once the receiver has computed a position fix, the SAT STATUS screen will
be replaced by the POSITION screen.
Changing Temp Units and Calibration in the STATUS SCREEN
You have two options for customizing the SAT STATUS screen; TEMP
UNITS and TEMP CALIB.
Selecting Temp Units:
From the
Sat Status
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TEMP UNITS.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
FAHRENHEIT or CELSIUS.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
TEMP UNITS
TEMP CALIB
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
TEMP UNITS
FAHRENHEIT
CELSIUS
Setting Temperature Calibration
With your MAP 410 you have the ability to calibrate the temperature which
creates an offset from the factory settings to accommodate the environment
that you are in.
At any point in the above steps you may press the QUIT key, or highlight
RESET DFLT and press ENTER, to exit out of the TEMP CALIB screen.
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From the
Sat Status
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TEMP CALIB.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
TEMP CALIB
TEMP
25 ˚c
Use the ARROW
KEYS to change
the temperature.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE EDITS.
ENTER
MARK
SAVE EDITS
RESET DFLT
THE POSITION SCREEN
The POSITION screen displays the coordinates of your last computed
position and basic navigation data. You also have the option of viewing
your present position using another coordinate system.
Current
Elevation
Current Date
Current Speed
Compass
Coordinates
POSITION
34˚06.52N
117˚49.56 W
Current Time
ELEV 900 FT
11:23:35 PM
23JAN99
EPE 112 FT
SPEED TRIP
5 . 3 8 KT
2 3 8 . 8 nm
COURSE 150
120 150
Estimated Position
Error (may display
DGPS, Simulate or
Averaging)
Distance Traveled
°
m
S
Course
Position Icon
Second Coordinate
System access
Viewing Secondary Coordinate System from the POSITION Screen
From the POSITION screen, press the LEFT/RIGHT
ARROWs and the lower half of the screen changes to
display your present position in secondary coordinate
system. The datums that were selected under SETUP
for each coordinate system are also displayed.
LAT/LON
34˚06.52N
117˚49.56W
900 FT
11:23:35 PM
23JAN99
EPE 112 FT
WGS84
UTM
Averaging in the POSITION Screen
When navigating, your MAP 410 takes
position fixes. However, when you are
stationary, at zero speed, the receiver
begins averaging mode. When
averaging, the receiver continuously
takes fixes and combines them to create
an average, giving you a more accurate
position fix. Once you begin moving,
position averaging ends and the receiver
begins displaying instantaneous position
fixes while you navigate.
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11 4 23760W
37 74 479N
NAD27
POSITION
34˚06.52N
117˚49.56 W
ELEV 900 FT
11:23:35 PM
AVERAGING
00:00:35
SPEED
5 . 3 8 KT
TRIP
2 3 8 . 8 mn
COURSE 150 m°
120 150
Averaging
Timer
S
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THE NAV 1 SCREEN
The NAV 1 screen displays your destination along with four selectable
navigation measurements and a graphical compass.
TO: FISH
Destination
Name
Selectable
Navigation
Data
DST 50.2 mn
K
SOG 8.2T
n
XTE 3.80m R
K
T
VMG 7.2
BRG 127m°
Destination Icon
Compass
120 150
COG
S
150 °m
Position Icon
The NAV 1 screen displays a numerical reading at 30˚ increments with the
characters N (0°), S (180°), E (90°) and W (270°). Course is shown
numerically and represented by the Position Icon at the bottom of the screen.
Above the compass, bearing will be displayed with the icon of the
destination waypoint. When the bearing to your destination cannot be
displayed within the confines of the displayed compass, an arrow will be
displayed either on the right or left to indicate the steering direction.
Ideally, when you are navigating, the Position Icon and the Destination Icon
should line up, one above the other.
Customizing the NAV 1 Screen
You can change the four navigational fields. You can
choose from BRG, DST, SOG, COG, VMG, CTS, ETA,
ETE, XTE, TRN, ALT, TME, TMP and Blank.
From the
NAV 1
screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
field you wish to change.
ENTER
MARK
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Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CUSTOMIZE.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
You are returned
to the NAV1 screen
in the customize mode.
A pop-up
menu appears.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
You can continue customizing
using the same steps or
press QUIT to exit this mode.
CUSTOMIZE
WPT NAMES
BRG
OFF 027°m
DST
50.2nm
ON
SOG 8.2KT
COG 056°m
VMG 7.2KT
CTS 028°m
ETA 01:09P
ETE 02H24M
XTE L.2nm
TRN L26°
ALT 83 FT
TME 01:09P
TMP 25°C
BLANK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
THE COMPASS SCREEN
As well as displaying four customizable navigation fields, the COMPASS
screen provides a pointer compass and Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) to
help you reach your destination.
Destination
Name
Steering Indicator
to Destination
TO: HOME
BRG
DST
127°m
3.52NM
COG
SOG
156°m
2.7 KT
E
N
Moon Icon
S
W
Course
Deviation Indicator
1.0
M
I
Sun Icon
Destination
Icon
Position Icon (Course
Direction Icon)
Compass
CDI Scale (L/R arrow
to change)
The Course Direction icon displays your course over ground while the
Steering Indicator displays the bearing of the destination relative to the
course over ground. When the arrows are pointed in the same direction, you
are on course. The CDI indicates your distance left or right of the
courseline.
The NorthFinder ™ feature displays the position of the sun and moon icons,
when above the horizon, which allows you to determine the direction of
north and your destination. The destination icon shows the general direction
in which you should be travelling.
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Align the sun on the COMPASS screen with the sun in the sky, as shown.
When aligned, the Steering Indicator will point you in the direction you
should be travelling in order to reach your destination.
Customizing the Compass Screen
With your MAP 410 you have the ability to change the four navigational
fields. You can choose from the following options: BRG, DST, SOG, COG,
VMG, CTS, TMP and Blank. Use the following keystrokes to customize
this screen:
From the
Compass
screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
field you wish to change.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CUSTOMIZE.
MENU
A pop-up
menu appears.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
You can continue customizing
using the same steps or
press QUIT to exit this mode.
You are returned
to the Compass screen
in the customize mode.
CUSTOMIZE
WPT NAMES
BRG 027°m
DST 50.2nm
SOG 8.2KT
COG 056°m
VMG 7.2KT
CTS 028°m
TMP 36°C
BLANK
THE NAV 2 SCREEN
The NAV 2 screen displays four customizable information
fields. It is designed to help you see the screen when your
receiver is mounted at a distance from you.
TO: CAMP
BRG
14.2˚M
171˚M
SOG
11.2 KT
DST
50.2NM
COG
Customizing the NAV 2 Screen
You can change the four navigational fields. You can
choose from BRG, DST, SOG, COG, VMG, CTS, ETA,
ETE, XTE, TRN, ALT, TME, TMP and Blank.
From the
NAV 2
screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
field you wish to change.
ENTER
MARK
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Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CUSTOMIZE.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
You are returned
to the NAV2 screen
in the customize mode.
A pop-up
menu appears.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
You can continue customizing
using the same steps or
press QUIT to exit this mode.
CUSTOMIZE
WPT NAMES
BRG
OFF 027°m
DST
50.2nm
ON
SOG 8.2KT
COG 056°m
VMG 7.2KT
CTS 028°m
ETA 01:09P
ETE 02H24M
XTE L.2nm
TRN L26°
ALT 83 FT
TME 01:09P
TMP 25°C
BLANK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
THE MAP SCREEN
This screen depicts your last computed position plotted against a
cartographic background. As you move with your receiver, the position icon
will update to reflect the direction and distance that you have moved.
Segundo
Hawthorne
N
405
710
110
Manhattan Beach
Compton
Gardena
Lawndale
91
91
Hermosa Beach
State/Local
Highway
107
1
710
213
405
Carson
Position Cursor
Torrance
Signal Hill
405
110
Palos Verdes Estates
Lomita
Lt
Floating Waypoint
710
Los
47
1
Rancho Palos Verdes
1
Local Road
San Pedro
Lt
Lt
Lt Cerritos Channel
Long Beac
12 mi
Lighthouse Icon
TO:
ARROWHEAD COVE
BRG
DST
Scale
134 M°
Destination
COG
137
°
M
23.1 NM
Navigational Data
SOG
16.1
K
T
This screen was enlarged for ease of reading. For a
list of cartographic objects, please refer to the
Cartography Legend.
Cartography Legend
The following table outlines cartographic objects used on the MAP screen of
your MAP 410.
710
Major City
(pop. >500K & Capitals)
Interstate Highway
Railroad Tracks
Large City
(pop. 100K to 500K)
101
Federal Highway
Medium City
(pop. 20K to 100K)
State/Country Border
Small City
(pop. <20K)
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91
State/Local Highway
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Cartographic Shading
For ease of viewing, the cartographic shading on the MAP screen in your
MAP 410 is controlled by the setting you choose as your primary usage
during the initialization process, Marine or Land. When your receiver is
operating in Marine mode, the land is represented by gray shading while the
water is clear to aid in viewing waypoints and other cartographic objects.
Also, when operating in the Marine mode, more shallow areas of the water
will be represented by light shading so that you can decipher depths when
making your way in your watercraft. Conversely, when your receiver is
operating in the Land mode, the water is represented by gray shading while
the land is clear. The shallow areas of water are outlined with a white line to
distinguish them from the deeper areas. Examples are shown below.
Land Unshaded
Segundo
Segundo
Hawthorne
Hawthorne
N
405
Manhattan Beach
710
110
Manhattan Beach
Compton
Gardena
Lawndale
Compton
Gardena
91
91
91
91
Hermosa Beach
107
107
1
710
213
Water Shaded
710
213
405
Carson
Torrance
405
Lomita
Rancho Palos Verdes
47
710
1
Lt
Rancho Palos Verdes
1
1
San Pedro
Lt
Cerritos Channel
Long Beac
TO:
ARROWHEAD COVE
BRG
DST
134 M°
COG
137 M°
Los
47
Lt
Lt
Lt
Cerritos Channel
12 mi
Shallow Area
(separated by line)
Water Unshaded
405
710
Lomita
San Pedro
Lt
Signal Hill
110
Palos Verdes Estates
Los
1
405
Carson
Torrance
Signal Hill
110
Palos Verdes Estates
Lt
Land Shaded
Lawndale
Hermosa Beach
1
N
405
710
110
23.1 NM
SOG
16.1 KT
Land Mode
Long Beac
12 mi
TO:
ARROWHEAD COVE
BRG
DST
134 M°
23.1 NM
COG
Shallow Area
(shaded)
SOG
137 M°
16.1 KT
Marine Mode
MAP Setup
The MAP setup function allows you to select the MAP
orientation, Course projection and Cartographic settings.
Use the following keystrokes to access the MAP SETUP
screen:
From
the Map
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
ENTER
MARK
MAP SETUP
ORIENTATION
NORUP
COURSE PROJ
OFF
LAT/LON GRID
ON
MAP TEXT
ON
MAJOR CITIES
300
LARGE CITIES
200
MEDIUM CITIES
50
SMALL CITIES
8
MAJOR HWY
120
STATE/LOCAL HWY
80
LOCAL ROADS
50
RAILROADS
OFF
UPLOADED DATA
OFF
To exit MAP setup, press the QUIT key.
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MAP Screen Orientation
The MAP screen has three types of orientation to choose from; North up,
Course up and Track up. North up has north located at the top of the screen,
Course up has the destination of the current leg at the top of the screen and
Track up has the direction you are moving at the top of the screen.
From the
Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the ORIENTATION setting.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
WPT
NAMES
ORIENT
TRACK UP
ON
COURSE UP
NORTH UP
ENTER
MARK
The default setting is North up.
Course Projection
You may want to know where you will be after a specified period of time
based on your current speed and heading. You can do this by setting your
receiver to one of the following: OFF, 1 MINUTE, 2 MINUTES, 5
MINUTES or 10 MINUTES.
WPT
NAMES
PROJECTION
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight COURSE PROJ.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
OFF
ON
1 MINUTE
2 MINUTES
5 MINUTES
10 MINUTES
MARK
A solid black line will appear starting from your position to the projected
position. The default setting is OFF.
LAT/LON Grid
With your MAP 410 you have the option of displaying or not displaying grid
lines on the MAP screen. If the primary navigation mode is UTM then UTM
grid lines will be displayed or if Lat/Lon is the primary navigation mode
then Lat/Lon grid lines will be displayed. Grid lines are displayed as gray
dotted lines.
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight LAT/LON GRID.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ON or OFF.
ENTER
MARK
WPT NAMES
LAT/LON
GRID
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ENTER
MARK
The default setting is ON.
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Map Text
At times you may want to view the screen with less text showing to give a
better view of landmarks or waypoints. You do this by turning the Map Text
off using the following keystrokes.
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP TEXT.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ON or OFF.
WPT
MAPNAMES
TEXT
ENTER
MARK
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ENTER
MARK
Turning the text off will not turn off your waypoints or landmarks, you do
that on the second page of the MAP SETUP screen. The default setting is
ON.
Cities
This function allows you to decide if, and at what scale, the different
categories of cities will be displayed on the MAP screen. This includes the
four categories of cities listed on the MAP SETUP screen; MAJOR CITIES,
LARGE CITIES, MEDIUM CITIES and SMALL CITIES. Each category is
controlled individually.
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the city category.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the desired scale.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Continue the above steps for all the cities.
MAP SCALES
OFF
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.8
1
2
5
8
10
20
50
200
Highways
This function allows you to decide if, and at what scale, the different
categories of highways will be displayed on the MAP screen. This includes
the three categories of highways listed on the MAP SETUP screen; MAJOR
HWY, STATE/LOCAL HWY and LOCAL ROAD. Each category is
controlled individually.
MAP SCALES
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the highway category.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the desired scale.
Continue the above steps for all the highways.
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ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
OFF
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.8
1
2
5
8
10
20
50
200
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Railroads
This function allows you to decide if, and at what scale, railroads will be
displayed on the MAP screen.
MAP SCALES
From
the Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight RAILROAD.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the desired scale.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
OFF
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.8
1
2
5
8
10
20
50
200
Enabling/Disabling Uploaded Data
This function allows you to turn data that is uploaded into
your receiver either ON or OFF.
From the
Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the UPLOADED DATA.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ON or OFF.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
A confirmation/
warning screen
appears.
ENTER
MARK
MAP SETUP
ORIENTATION
NORUP
COURSE PROJ
OFF
LAT/LON GRID
ON
MAP TEXT
ON
MAJOR CITIES
300
LARGE CITIES
200
MEDIUM CITIES
50
SMALL CITIES
8
MAJOR HWY
120
STATE/LOCAL HWY
80
LOCAL ROADS
50
RAILROADS
OFF
UPLOADED DATA
OFF
ENTER
MARK
Turning OFF uploaded data will erase all routes contained in your
receiver’s memory.
Waypoints
This function allows you to decide if, and at what scale,
waypoints will be displayed on the MAP screen. You will
have the options of OFF, ICONS ONLY or ICONS/NAMES
plus the choice of what scale you want them to be displayed
on the MAP screen.
From
the Map
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the waypoint category.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight the icon setting.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight the Map scale.
ENTER
MARK
WPTUSER
NAMES
OFF
OFF
ON
ICONS ONLY
ICONS/NAMES
MAP SCALES
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.8
1
2
5
8
10
20
50
200
Continue with these steps until all of the settings are complete. The default
setting for Waypoints is ICONS/NAMES and a scale of 2 miles.
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Data Window
On the bottom of the MAP screen a data window is
shown that contains the name of the destination
waypoint for the current leg of the active route as well as
the bearing (BRG) and distance (DST) to the destination
waypoint of the current leg. Also displayed are the
course over ground (COG) and speed over ground
(SOG). The cartography scale is displayed above the
window.
Segundo
Hawthorne
N
405
710
110
Manhattan Beach
Compton
Gardena
Lawndale
91
91
Hermosa Beach
107
1
710
213
405
Carson
Torrance
Signal Hill
405
110
Palos Verdes Estates
Lomita
Lt
Rancho Palos Verdes
710
Los
47
1
1
San Pedro
Lt
Lt
Lt Cerritos Channel
Long Beac
12 mi
If the receiver’s orientation is set to Track up or
N Course up, the North arrow will appear in the upper
right hand corner which points in the direction of
north.
TO:
ARROWHEAD COVE
BRG
DST
134 M°
COG
137
°
M
23.1 NM
SOG
16.1 KT
When the receiver is first turned on and the map screen accessed for the first
time, the map will center on the current or last position computed and the
scale will be the last used map scale.
Setting Hide/Show Data
This function allows you to hide or show the Data Window on the MAP
screen. When the Data Window is displayed the option on the menu will be
HIDE DATA and when the Data Window is hidden the option will be
SHOW DATA. Use the following keystrokes to hide or show the Data
Window:
From
the Map
screen.
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MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
HIDE DATA or SHOW DATA.
ENTER
MARK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Track History
This function allows you to select the track history interval or turn it off.
Using TRACK HISTORY records where you have been by automatically
storing locations, as “dropping bread crumbs”, from your starting point as
you travel. This is useful when you want to return to your starting point.
The default setting is AUTO which, depending on your speed and bearing,
automatically leaves “bread crumbs” displaying your track. The AUTO
setting makes use of the SmartTrack feature which stops leaving “bread
crumbs” when your speed is zero, leaves a lot of “bread crumbs” when you
are making a turn and leaves fewer “bread crumbs” when you are traveling
in a straight line. This keeps your track looking more like the actual path
you traveled instead of jagged lines. Your track history will be displayed on
the map using a black dotted line.
WPT
NAMES
TRACK
HIST
From
the Map
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
OFF
OFF
AUTO
ON
0.01
0.1
0.2
0.5
1.0
2.0
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TRACK HIST.
ENTER
MARK
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
Clear Track
You have the ability to clear the track history from your MAP screen, thus
freeing up space to view other navigational data.
WPT
NAMES
WARNING
From
the Map
screen.
MENU
A
confirmation
screen appears
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CLR TRACK.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
ENTER
MARK
OFF CLEAR
ON TRACK
HISTORY?
YES
NO
ENTER
MARK
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Routes
Routes will be displayed on the MAP screen as a black line for each leg,
separated by the icons representing the waypoints that make up the legs of
the route.
MAP Scale
The map scale appears at the lower left hand corner of MAP screen unless
the Data Window is displayed. When the Data Window is displayed, the
map scale will appear above the window. The map scale represents the
distance on the map scaled to half the width of the screen. The map scale
bar is shaded as shown to display the 1/2 and 1/4 scale distances. The map
scale distance appears to the right of the scale.
10 mi
Map Find
This allows you to find a waypoint anywhere on the MAP
screen by using a few keystrokes and scrolling through the
list of waypoints. Use the following keystrokes to find a
specific waypoint:
From the
Map
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the ORIENTATION setting.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
MENU
HIDE DATA
TRACK HIST
CLR TRACK
MAP SETUP
MAP FIND
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
After completing the above steps you will be returned to the MAP screen
with the cursor over the waypoint that was just selected.
Panning Around the MAP
While in the MAP screen you can use the 8-way ARROW KEYS to
pan around the screen. This allows you to scan the MAP to see
what your surroundings are or where a specific waypoint is located
in relation to your current position. While panning, the cursor will be
displayed as an icon representing crosshairs.
Pressing the QUIT key will center the MAP screen on your present position
and hide the crosshairs.
When panning around the MAP screen, the screen orientation will lock
into its current setting, as was designated in SETUP, and will unlock by
pressing the QUIT key or exiting and returning back to the MAP screen.
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Accessing WPTs from the MAP
When the cursor is placed over the icon of a waypoint,
the name, bearing, distance and position of that waypoint
are displayed. You also have the ability to obtain
information regarding that waypoint above and beyond
what is displayed on the screen. While over a waypoint
icon, press the MENU key and highlight WPT INFO and
press ENTER. The WPT INFO screen is now displayed
showing further information about this waypoint.
Segundo
Hawthorne
N
405
710
110
Manhattan Beach
Compton
Gardena
Lawndale
91
91
Hermosa Beach
107
1
710
213
405
Carson
Torrance
Signal Hill
405
110
Palos Verdes Estates
Lomita
Lt
Rancho Palos Verdes
710
Los
47
1
1
San Pedro
Lt
Lt
Lt Cerritos Channel
Long Beac
12 mi
If the cursor is placed over a cartographic object for
more than one second, a window appears identifying the
object. Pressing the QUIT key will hide the window.
TO:
ARROWHEAD COVE
BRG
DST
134 M°
COG
137
°
M
23.1 NM
SOG
16.1 KT
THE ROAD SCREEN
The ROAD screen displays four customizable navigation fields, at the top of
the screen, as well as a display to show your position on the desired route.
At the top of the screen, the destination name is displayed along with
navigation data fields. The pictorial road screen shows your position in
Destination
Name
Navigation Data
TO: FISH
BRG
DST
COG
SOG
127m° 3.52 mn
Navigation Data
156°m 2.7 KT
Destination
Icon
Scale
Desired Route
1.0
Position Icon
relation to your desired route, as well as your cross track error. The road
shows the direction in which you should be travelling to reach your
destination; when the destination icon is straight ahead, you are on course.
If you are off course, such that the destination icon is off the screen, an
arrow icon will appear to point you in the direction to get back on course.
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Customizing the ROAD Screen
You can change the four navigational fields. You can choose from BRG,
DST, SOG, COG, VMG, CTS, TMP and Blank.
From the
Road
screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
field you wish to change.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CUSTOMIZE.
MENU
A pop-up
menu appears.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
You can continue customizing
using the same steps or
press QUIT to exit this mode.
You are returned
to the Road screen
in the customize mode.
CUSTOMIZE
WPT NAMES
BRG 027°m
DST 50.2nm
SOG 8.2KT
COG 056°m
VMG 7.2KT
CTS 028°m
TMP 36°C
BLANK
Changing the Scale
You have the ability to change the scale on the ROAD screen. To increase
the scale, press the ZOOM OUT key and to decrease the scale, press the
ZOOM IN key.
THE SPEED SCREEN
While using the SPEED screen, you can view the graphical speedometer,
odometer and trip odometer as well as the numerical bearing, course over
ground and speed over ground.
Destination
Name
Navigation
Data
TO: CAMP
COG
BRG
056°°mm
027°m
5
0
Speed
10
15
20
SOG 15.0
Average Speed Icon
K
T
Graphical
Speedometer
ODOMETER
n
0 0 5 4 2 2
3m
Odometer
TRIP
Trip Odometer
n
0 5 4 2
3m
The top of the screen displays the destination name, bearing and course.
The Graphical Speedometer is shown with a Circumference Bar that moves
clockwise around the Speedometer to indicate instantaneous speed. The
scale for the Speedometer is adjustable by using the RIGHT/LEFT
ARROWs, as well as the ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT keys, to increase or
decrease the scales. The Average speed is represented by the icon on the
Speedometer and can be customized.
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Resetting the Odometer
To reset the odometer use the following keystrokes:
WARNING
From the
Speed
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ODOM RESET.
MENU
A pop-up
confirmation
window appears.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
RESET
ODOMETER
TO 000?
YES
NO
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Resetting the Trip Odometer
Use the following keystrokes to reset your MAP 410’s trip odometer:
From the
Speed
screen.
MENU
A pop-up
confirmation
window appears.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TRIP RESET.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
WARNING
ENTER
MARK
RESET
TRIP
TO 000?
YES
NO
ENTER
MARK
Setting the Speed Average
You may want to reset the Speed Average field in your receiver. You can
choose from TRIP, 5, 30 seconds, 1, 5 minutes or 1 hour. The TRIP option is
the average over the whole trip. The default is 30 seconds.
From the
Speed
screen.
A pop-up
window
appears.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SPEED AVG.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS
to highlight TRIP, 5 SECONDS, 30
SECONDS, 1 MINUTE, 5 MINUTES or 1 HOUR.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
SPEED AVG
TRIP
5 SECONDS
30 SECONDS
1 MINUTE
5 MINUTES
1 HOUR
THE TIME SCREEN
The TIME screen displays the current time, estimated time
enroute (ETE), time of arrival and elapsed time in regards
to the route you are navigating in. The first data field can
be customized to correct the current time and to select the
time format.
TIME
03:54:21PM
ETE
01:09:24
OF ARRIVAL
04:34:20PM
ELAPSED
02:24:56
The TIME screen defaults to OFF. To view this screen you will need to
turn it ON. See Enabling/Disabling NAV Screens section for further
details.
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Selecting TIME Format
You may need to correct the current time or change the time format. Your
choices for time format are LOCAL 24HR, LOCAL AM/PM and UTC.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TIME FORMAT.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
TIME FORMAT
LOCAL 24HR
LOCAL AM/PM
UTC
ENTER
MARK
The term waypoint is used when your receiver is in the Marine mode and
the term landmark is used in the Land mode.
NAV SCREEN DEFAULTS
The following chart identifies what the default states are for the nine (9)
NAV screens displayed in your MAP 410. With the exception of the
POSITION screen and SAT STATUS screen, you can turn the NAV screens off
using the procedures found in the Enabling/Disabling the NAV Screens
section of this manual.
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NAV Screen
Default ON or OFF
SAT STATUS
ON
POSITION
ON
NAV1
OFF
COMPASS
ON
NAV2
ON
MAP
ON
ROAD
OFF
SPEED
OFF
TIME
OFF
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Working with Waypoints (WPTs)
Waypoints and landmarks are positions that are saved in your receiver’s
memory and used to create routes. For purposes of this manual, the term
waypoint is used since the default setting of your MAP 410 is marine. This
section tells you how to create, save, edit, delete, project, sort and find
waypoints. You can store up to 500 waypoints which are used to create
routes for navigation.
THE WAYPOINT MENU
WAYPOINTS
The Waypoint Menu lists the available categories of
waypoints that you can choose from when navigating using
your MAP 410.
USER
AIRPORTS
RAIL STOPS
WATER PORTS
SIGHT SEEING
HISTORIC
MUSEUMS
PARKS/GARDEN
AMUSEMENT
GOLF COURSES
SPORTS ARENAS
SELECTING A WAYPOINT CATEGORY
Your MAP 410 allows you to find and retrieve information on all waypoints
stored in memory. You also have the ability to create, edit and delete
waypoints you have stored in your receiver. There are two categories of
waypoints; User and Non-User. Following are descriptions of both these
categories as well as a chart that shows the functions of each.
WPT Types
Available Functions
User
•
•
•
•
•
Create
Edit
Delete
Project
Sort
Non-User
• Find
• Project
• Sort
User Waypoints
User waypoints are locations that you save in your receiver’s memory,
including their coordinates and an icon you associate with them. These
waypoints are editable by you and can be deleted when no longer needed.
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Non-User Waypoints
Non-User waypoints are waypoints that are uploaded into your receiver that
display destinations of interest, including their coordinates and their name.
Non-User waypoints are not editable and are permanently stored in your
receiver’s memory and cannot be deleted unless written over by waypoints
downloaded from the MapSend™ CD (see the Accessories Appendix for
further details).
SAVING A WAYPOINT (USER ONLY)
Waypoints are used to create routes and GOTOs. You have two options
when naming waypoints. You can create waypoints with either a receivercreated name or with a name you create yourself.
Saving Your Position Fix with a Receiver-Generated Name
From anywhere in the receiver, you can save (MARK) your position with a
receiver created name. This is the fastest way to save your position.
To save a waypoint with a receiver-created name, press and hold MARK
and press and hold MARK again. The waypoint will be saved with a
receiver-generated name beginning with WPT001, WPT002 and so on.
Saving Your Position Fix with a User-Created name
Use the following keystrokes to save your current position
with a name you choose.
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
MARK
Use ARROW KEYS to enter
the alphanumeric characters
of the name you choose.
ENTER
MARK
(PRESS & HOLD)
MARK
DOCK
34˚06.56N
117˚49.60W
900 FT
11:23PM
12JUN99
CREATE MSG
ENTER
MARK
Use ARROW KEYS
to highlight the waypoint
icon of your choice.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROWS to
highlight SAVE WPT.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
SAVE WPT
SAVE TO RTE
CREATING A WAYPOINT (USER ONLY)
This allows you to create a waypoint at a position where
you are not currently located.
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
MARK
Use ARROW KEYS to enter
the alphanumeric characters
of the name you choose.
ENTER
MARK
(PRESS & HOLD)
Use ARROW KEYS
to highlight the waypoint
icon of your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use ARROW KEYS to
input the data for
the desired fields.
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
field you wish to change.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE WPT.
ENTER
MARK
DOCK
34˚06.56N
117˚49.60W
900 FT
11:23PM
12JUN99
CREATE MSG
SAVE WPT
SAVE TO RTE
MARK
EDITING A WAYPOINT (USER ONLY)
This sections deals with the following options: editing a waypoint name,
editing the waypoint icon, editing coordinates, editing elevation and editing
a message.
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Selecting a Waypoint to Edit (User Only)
Use the following steps to select the waypoint you wish to
edit:
From any
NAV
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight WAYPOINTS.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the USER category.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
waypoint you wish to edit.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight EDIT WPT.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
Editing Waypoint Fields (User Only)
Use the following steps to edit the fields of the selected
waypoint:
After selecting
the waypoint
you wish to edit
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
data field you wish to edit.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to enter
the data for that field.
MARK
EDIT WPT
WPT003
34˚06.56N
117˚49.60W
900FT
11:23:35PM
12JUN99
ENTER
MARK
Repeat these
steps for the
additional fields.
ENTER
MENU
EDIT WPT
SORT WPT
DELETE WPT
PROJECTION
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
NO CAMP
FIRES
SAVE EDITS
DELETE MSG
Creating/Editing/Deleting a Message in a Waypoint (User
Only)
To create a message in a waypoint, follow the instructions on selecting a
waypoint and then complete the following steps:
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CREATE MSG.
ENTER
MARK
Use the ARROW KEYS
to input alphanumeric
characters (20 max).
ENTER
MARK
To edit a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint and then
complete the following steps:
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
scroll to the message.
ENTER
MARK
Use the ARROW
KEYS to input changes
to your message.
ENTER
MARK
To delete a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint and
then complete the following steps:
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DELETE MSG.
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ENTER
MARK
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Saving Changes to the Selected Waypoint (User Only)
To save your changes, follow the instructions on selecting
a waypoint and then complete the following steps:
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE EDITS.
ENTER
MARK
EDIT WPT
CAMP
34˚06.56N
117˚49.60W
900 FT
11:23:35PM
12JUN99
CREATE MSG
SAVE EDITS
DELETING A WAYPOINT (USER ONLY)
You may find that you have too many saved waypoints that
you no longer use. In this case, you can delete these
unnecessary waypoints. Once these waypoints are deleted,
you cannot undo this process or retrieve these deleted
waypoints.
From any
NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight WAYPOINTS.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
waypoint you wish to delete.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
A pop-up
confirmation
window appears.
DELETE
DELETE
WPT023?
YES
NO
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the USER category.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DELETE WPT.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
ENTER
MARK
PROJECTING A WAYPOINT (USER & NON-USER)
This function allows you to create a waypoint at a certain distance and
direction from an existing waypoint or from your current position.
From any
NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight WAYPOINTS.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS
to highlight the waypoint
you wish to project.
The Projection
screen is
displayed.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
category the waypoint is in.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight PROJECTION.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the field
where you want to make changes.
ENTER
MARK
PROJECTION
FROM
WPT003
G.C. BRG/DST
BRG 000˚M
DST 000 NM
LAT/LON
34˚08.56N
117˚50.60W
UTM
11 4 23760W
37 74 479N
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In the G.C. (Great Circle) BRG/DST field, you can input the bearing and
distance into the data fields in order to compute the projection. You can also
input information into the coordinate fields.
Once you have the necessary information in the data fields and the receiver
has projected the position, you can save the position by pressing MARK.
SORTING A WAYPOINT (USER & NON-USER)
You may want to change how the waypoints are sorted. You
have the options of ALPHABETIC, NEAREST and ICON/
NAME (User Only).
From any
NAV
screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
category the waypoint is in.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight WAYPOINTS.
MENU
A pop-up
menu
appears.
ENTER
MENU
MARK
ENTER
SORT WPT
ALPHABETIC
NEAREST
ICON/NAME
User Menu
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SORT WPT.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
your desired option.
SORT WPT
ALPHABETIC
NEAREST
ENTER
MARK
Non-User Menu
FINDING A WAYPOINT (NON-USER ONLY)
To find a particular waypoint use the following steps:
From
any
screen.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight WAYPOINTS.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight FIND.
You are brought back to
the Waypoint Menu with
the chosen waypoint highlighted.
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ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
category the waypoint is in.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to input the
characters of the waypoint.
The information
on that waypoint
is displayed.
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Working with Routes
A route is a planned course of travel defined by a series of waypoints stored
in the receiver’s memory. These waypoints are connected to form the
segments or “legs” of the route. Waypoints that are saved in the receiver’s
memory can also be inserted into a route. There are 5 different types of
routes; GOTO, BACKTRACK, MOB, MULTI-LEG and TRACK ROUTE.
The MAP 410 holds 20 routes with 30 fully-reversible legs. The route
function allows you to activate, create, view/edit or delete any one of the 20
routes.
ROUTE MENU
THE ROUTE MENU
TRACK ROUTE
The Route menu lists all current routes that are saved in
your receiver’s memory. Use the following keystrokes to
access the Route menu:
1 FISH
....CAMP
2 EMPTY
3 EMPTY
4 EMPTY
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS
to highlight ROUTES.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
LEGS
Creating a GOTO Route
A GOTO is a route which guides you from your current
position to any waypoint in the receiver’s memory. As an
example, you can save a waypoint at your home.
From your
present
location.
ENTER
MARK
GOTO
DISTANCE
2
20.5 MN
USER
DOCK
CAMP
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS
to highlight the category the
waypoint you wish to goto is stored.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the waypoint
you wish to navigate to.
ENTER
MARK
BRG
DST
027˚m
50.2 mn
Creating a GOTO Route from the Map Screen
This function allows you to create a GOTO route directly
WPTGOTO
NAMES
from the MAP screen by placing the cursor over a position
GOTO
and pressing the GOTO key. You can place the cursor over
MAP?
a particular waypoint or destination of interest or over a
YES
position on the screen that is unmarked. When you set a
NO
GOTO to an unmarked location, your receiver marks that
position and gives it a temporary waypoint name called
“MAP”. You will then start navigating towards “MAP”. When you set a
GOTO to a destination of interest or waypoint, a confirmation screen
appears confirming your desire to navigate to that position, which is already
named and doesn’t need the “MAP” designation. Highlight YES and press
the ENTER key and you will begin navigating towards that position.
From
the MAP
screen.
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GOTO
A confirmation
screen appears
confirming your GOTO.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
ENTER
MARK
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Using FIND in a GOTO Route
When creating a GOTO route, you may need to find the waypoint you wish
to navigate towards. Using the FIND function allows you to quickly find
the desired waypoint. This option is not available for User waypoints.
From your
present
location.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS
to highlight FIND.
ENTER
MARK
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to alphabetically
scroll through the waypoints in the category
you selected. Highlight your desired waypoint.
You are returned to the
GOTO screen with the
chosen waypoint highlighted.
ENTER
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS
to highlight the category the
waypoint you wish to goto is stored.
GOTO
ENTER
MARK
Clearing a GOTO Route
FIND
CLEAR GOTO
SORT WPT
BACKTRACK
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
The CLEAR GOTO function allows you to delete an active GOTO route.
MENU
GOTO
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CLEAR GOTO
ENTER
MARK
CREATING A MAN OVER BOARD (MOB) ROUTE
Another type of route is Man Over Board (MOB). The
MOB route is useful when you want to instantly create a
route.
From your
present
location.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS
to highlight MOB.
GOTO
ENTER
MARK
When you press ENTER, your receiver will store the
position and set a GOTO route to it. MOB waypoints are
titled MOB001, MOB002, etc. If an MOB already exists,
the receiver will give you the option of replacing the MOB.
GOTO
MOB
USER
AIRPORTS
RAIL STOPS
WATER PORTS
SIGHTSEEING
HISTORIC
MUSEUMS
PARK/GARDEN
AMUSEMENT
GOLF COURSES
Clearing a MOB
The CLEAR MOB function allows you to delete an active MOB route.
Clearing a MOB route does not delete the MOB waypoint from the
receiver’s memory. You will have to delete this waypoint from the waypoint
list.
From the
GOTO
Screen.
MENU
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Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CLEAR MOB.
ENTER
MARK
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CREATING A BACKTRACK ROUTE
Backtrack creates a route that starts from the last point
recorded in track history, using the “bread crumbs” saved, to
the first point recorded for track history. By following this
route, you “retrace your steps” back to the starting point.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight BACKTRACK.
MENU
MENU
ACTIVATE
VIEW/EDIT
REVERSE
DELETE
BACKTRACK
MAP VIEW
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
A route will be created and given a name in the format of BXXPxx. XX is
the BACKTRACK number and xx is the waypoint number ranging from 01
to 31. For example, your first backtrack will read B01P01. The backtrack
waypoints will be listed in the menu just as other waypoints.
BACKTRACK routes can be deleted like other routes but the waypoints in
the route will not be deleted.
CREATING A MULTI-LEG ROUTE
You may want to create a route with your saved waypoints.
For example, if you want to create a route from your home,
to a campsite and then to a great fishing spot, you can create
a route that would take you to each place.
MENU
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
The Route
menu appears.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CREATE.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the category
the waypoint is located in.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight an empty route.
A screen will appear
with the first dotted
line highlighted.
CREATE
SAVE ROUTE
LEG
ENTER
MARK
A menu of all the
waypoints saved from the
selected category is displayed.
BRG
DST
N
M
˚m
CREATE
HOME
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
first waypoint of your route.
ENTER
MARK
Your receiver will display the waypoint you
just selected in the starting location and the
second dotted line will be highlighted.
Continue the above
process until you have
completed the desired route.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE ROUTE.
ENTER
MARK
SAVE ROUTE
OR
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE ROUTE.
ENTER
MARK
LEG
BRG
˚m
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DST
N
M
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VIEWING/EDITING A ROUTE
You have the ability to view/edit routes that you have
created using waypoints stored in your receiver’s memory.
To view or edit a route, complete the following steps:
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to edit.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight VIEW/EDIT.
MENU
MENU
ACTIVATE
VIEW/EDIT
REVERSE
DELETE
BACKTRACK
MAP VIEW
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
ENTER
MARK
INSERTING A LEG
With the route you have created, from your home to a
campsite, you can insert a leg in the route. For example, on
your way to the campsite, you find a stream that you want
to stop at on your way back. You can add the waypoint for
the stream to your route.
While viewing
the route you wish
to insert a leg into.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS
to highlight the waypoint that
you want to insert a leg before.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the category
the waypoint is located in.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight INSERT.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
waypoint you want to insert.
ENTER
MARK
VIEW/EDIT
HOME
CAMP
SAVE ROUTE
LEG
BRG
30˚m
ENTER
MARK
DST
10 NM
CHANGING A WAYPOINT IN A ROUTE
Using your home to campsite route, you may decide that you want to go to
the fishing spot on the way to the campsite and not stop at the stream. You
can replace the waypoint representing the stream with the fishing spot.
While viewing
the route you wish
to change a wpt in.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the waypoint
that you want to change.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the category
the waypoint is located in.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
waypoint you want to replace.
ENTER
MARK
ADDING A WAYPOINT AT THE END OF A ROUTE
You may be navigating using the home to campsite route and find a great
picnic spot. You want to add this to the end of your route.
While viewing
the route you wish
to add a wpt to the end of.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the category
the waypoint is located in.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the first
available dotted line of the route.
ENTER
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MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to
highlight the waypoint you want
to add to the end of your route.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
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DELETING A WAYPOINT IN A ROUTE
On your next trip while navigating from the home to
campsite route, you find the campsite has been closed. You
may want to delete the campsite leg from your route.
While viewing
the route you wish
to delete a wpt from.
VIEW/EDIT
HOME
CAMP
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the wpt
you wish to delete.
SAVE ROUTE
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DELETE.
MENU
LEG
ENTER
MARK
BRG
30˚m
SAVING A ROUTE
Once you have made changes to your route, you will need to
save those changes.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE ROUTE.
While viewing
the route you
wish to save.
ENTER
MARK
OR
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SAVE ROUTE.
ENTER
MARK
DST
10 NM
MENU
INSERT
DELETE
REPLACE
SAVE ROUTE
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
ACTIVATING/DEACTIVATING A ROUTE
While navigating in your route from home to campsite, you
may decide you want to activate (turn on) the home to
campsite route and begin navigating.
To activate:
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to activate.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ACTIVATE.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
MENU
ACTIVATE
VIEW/EDIT
REVERSE
DELETE
BACKTRACK
MAP VIEW
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
While navigating in your route from home to campsite, you may decide you
want to deactivate (turn off) the route and return to it later.
To deactivate:
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
MENU
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Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to deactivate.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DEACTIVATE.
ENTER
MARK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
REVERSING A ROUTE
Once you have reached the end of your route, you can
reverse the route to return home. For example,
Camp...Fish, goes from point A to B to C to D, reversed
would read from D to C to B to A and the title would read
Fish...Camp.
ROUTE MENU
TRACK ROUTE
1 FISH
....CAMP
2 EMPTY
3 EMPTY
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight REVERSE.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to reverse.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
The screen will display the
ROUTE MENU and the
waypoints in the titles will reverse.
4 EMPTY
LEGS
DISTANCE
20.5 MN
2
DELETING A ROUTE
After your last trip using your home to campsite route, you decide you no
longer want to visit those sites. You can delete the route from your receiver.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DELETE.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to delete.
A
confirmation
screen appears.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES or NO.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
USING MAP VIEW IN A ROUTE
While navigating in your route, you can view the entire route
in a small screen overview with the use of Map View.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ROUTES.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP VIEW.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
route you wish to view.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
ACTIVATE
VIEW/EDIT
REVERSE
DELETE
BACKTRACK
MAP VIEW
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
If your route is larger than the maximum allowable zoom scale, the route
will not be displayed on the MAP screen.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
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WORKING WITH TRACKROUTE
By activating the TrackRoute at the top of the ROUTE
MENU, you can navigate the track history stored in your
receiver’s memory. This turns the Track History logging
off to keep from overwriting track points in memory. The
top of the navigation screens will indicate TO: LEGXXXX
where XXXX is between 0 to 1200. As you navigate with
the receiver and pass individual track points, the legs will
switch and countdown until you reach LEG 0 which is your
final destination.
ROUTE MENU
TRACK ROUTE
1 FISH
....CAMP
2 EMPTY
3 EMPTY
4 EMPTY
LEGS
DISTANCE
2
20.5 MN
You navigate from the first created track point to the last track point.
Deactivate. When TrackRoute is turned off, Track History logging begins.
The track points will be overwritten once the receiver records new position
fixes.
Reverse. This reverses the TrackRoute or the track in Track History.
Delete. This erases the track points in Track History.
Backtrack. This activates BACKTRACK Route by saving the Track
History as a 30 leg route and activating it.
If there are some track points that are very close to each other, the
receiver may appear to skip one of these legs.
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Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Working with Sun/Moon and Fish/Hunt
The Sun/Moon function displays solar and lunar calculations and the Fish/
Hunt function displays times for excellent and good Fishing/Hunting. The
default will be the current position unless the function is accessed from a
waypoint menu or waypoint information screen.
Working with Sun/Moon:
From
any NAV
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SUN/MOON.
MENU
You can change the
location (AT) and/or the
date (ON) for this calculation.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the desired category.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight the
location (AT) field.
A list of
your saved
waypoints appears.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the date (ON) field.
ENTER
MARK
SUN/MOON
ENTER
AT: POS
ON: 23MAR98
RISE/SET
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
the desired waypoint.
Use ARROW
KEYS to
enter the date.
SUN
RISE 06:55AM
SET 05:08PM
MOON
RISE 07:32PM
SET 01:49AM
PHASE
ENTER
MARK
Working with Fish/Hunt:
SUN/MOON
From
any NAV
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight FISH/HUNT.
ENTER
MARK
You can switch between the Sun/Moon and Fish/Hunt data
screens using the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs. Also, you will
be able to edit the AT and ON fields that you previously
changed.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
AT: POS
ON: 23MAR98
FISH/HUNT
EXCELLENT
FROM 06:15AM
TO
07:45 AM
FROM 10:24PM
TO
11:58PM
GOOD
FROM 04:12PM
TO
07:40PM
FROM 06:37AM
TO
10:05AM
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Simulate Mode
The Simulate mode will help you become familiar with your receiver and
how it works by generating artificial position fixes. By utilizing Simulate,
the receiver will create a route and will continue until you end it. In order to
end and delete the route created, return to the window where you initiated
the mode and select OFF or power the receiver OFF. It is important to reset
the receiver to your current position and not the position that was created in
the Simulate mode.
SETUP
From
any NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SIMULATE.
ENTER
MARK
A pop-up menu will be displayed giving a list of options
consisting of OFF, AUTO and USER. Highlight OFF to turn
the Simulator mode OFF. Highlight AUTO to turn the
Simulator ON and set a simulated route.
If USER is selected, you will be prompted to input COG and
press ENTER. Then input SOG and press ENTER to display
a simulate activated window. The default setting is OFF.
INITIALIZE
NAV SCREENS
COORD SYSTEM
MAP DATUM
ELEV MODE
TIME FORMAT
NAV UNITS
TEMP UNITS
NORTH REF
LIGHT TIMER
BEEPER
PERSONALIZE
CLEAR MEMORY
NMEA
BAUD RATE
SIMULATE
WPT
USER
NAMES
OFF
COG
SOG
ON
000˚M
025 KT
Contrast
You may want to change the contrast of your receiver’s display. At times
you will need to darken the display or lighten it. Use the following
keystrokes to do this:
From
any NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
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MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CONTRAST.
Use LEFT/RIGHT
ARROW KEYS to
adjust the contrast.
WPT
CONTRAST
NAMES
OFF
ON
ENTER
MARK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Alarms/Messages
ACCESSING THE ALARM/MESSAGE MENU
While navigating, you may decide to set an alarm in your MAP 410. Your
receiver has five types of alarms: Anchor alarm, which will notify you when
your anchored boat has drifted; Arrival alarm, which will notify you when
you are within the arrival circle of your destination; XTE alarm, which will
notify you when you have gone off course; Proximity alarm which will
notify you when you are within the proximity of any waypoints you have
chosen; and GPS alarm which alerts you when your MAP 410 is receiving
poor GPS signals.
From
any NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ALARM/MSG.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
WPT
NAMES
ATTENTION
P WPT001 IS
OFF
F
ONWITHIN 100 T
ROCKS ON
LEFT
MARK
ANCHOR ALARM
The Anchor alarm will notify that you have moved from the set position.
For example, while boating, you can set your Anchor alarm. Once anchored,
if your boat begins to drift from the set position, a pop-up window will
appear to notify that you are moving.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ANCHOR ALARM.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
WPT
NAMES
ANCHOR
OFF
100FT
ON
250FT
500FT
ENTER
MARK
The beeper will sound when the GPS position is at a distance greater than
the distance you have chosen. The alarm will sound until you turn it off or
the condition is corrected. The default setting is OFF.
ARRIVAL ALARM
The Arrival alarm will notify you when you are within the arrival circle of
the destination waypoint.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ARRIVAL ALARM.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
ENTER
MARK
WPT
NAMES
ARRIVAL
OFF
100FT
ON
250FT
500FT
0.2 NM
0.5 NM
1.0 NM
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The alarm will sound and a pop-up window will appear when the GPS
position is within the arrival circle distance you have chosen. The pop-up
window will display the arrival circle distance as well as any message you
have input for the waypoint. The alarm will sound until you turn it off. The
default is OFF.
CROSS TRACK ERROR (XTE) ALARM
The XTE (Cross Track Error) alarm will notify you when you have gone off
your set course.
WPT XTE
NAMES
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight XTE ALARM.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
OFF
100FT
ON
250FT
500FT
0.2 NM
0.5 NM
1.0 NM
ENTER
MARK
The alarm will sound when the GPS position is off your set course by the
distance you have chosen. The alarm will sound until you turn it off or the
condition is corrected. The default setting is OFF.
PROXIMITY ALARM
The Proximity alarm will sound when you are within the proximity of any
User waypoints you have chosen that are not on the active route or GOTO.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
PROXIMITY ALARM.
The PROX WPTS screen
will be displayed for you
to insert proximity waypoints.
ENTER
MARK
Your saved
waypoints
will appear.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight a waypoint.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
your desired option.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight the empty field.
ENTER
MARK
MARK
MARK
To continue this process,
use the DOWN ARROW
to make the next selection.
When you have completed your
selection, use the UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to highlight SAVE WPTS.
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
WPT
PROXIMITY
NAMES
OFF
100FT
ON
250FT
500FT
0.2 NM
0.5 NM
1.0 NM
PROX WPTS
REEF
ROCKS
WPT001
WPT002
OR
MENU
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
SAVE WPTS.
ENTER
MARK
SAVE WPTS
The alarm will sound and a pop-up window will appear
when the GPS position is within the proximity distance you
have chosen. The pop-up window will display the
proximity distance as well as any message you have inputted for the
waypoint. The alarm will sound until you turn it off. The default setting is
OFF.
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Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Due to government imposed Selective Availability, the alarm settings
under 100 meters, may be in error unless you are using DGPS. Do
not rely on these settings for precise navigation.
GPS ALARM
At times, the GPS signals your MAP 410 receives are of poor quality and
affect the accuracy of your receiver. This alarm alerts you when your
receiver is receiving poor signals and it can be turned ON or OFF. The
default setting is OFF.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
WPT
GPS NAMES
ALARM
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight GPS ALARM.
OFF
ON
ENTER
MARK
VIEWING THE ALARM/MSG MENU
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ALARM/MSG.
MENU
DEFAULTS
CLEAR MSG
ENTER
MENU
MARK
RE-SETTING ALARM DEFAULTS
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
After changing many of the alarm settings, you may want to
restore the alarm default settings.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight DEFAULTS.
MENU
A pop-up
confirmation
menu appears.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
WPT
NAMES
DEFAULTS
OFFRESTORE
ON DEFAULT
SETTINGS?
YES
NO
CLEARING ALARM MESSAGES
The message buffer may become cluttered with information. You can use
the CLR MSG to delete the messages.
While viewing
the Alarm/
Message screen.
MENU
A pop-up
confirmation
menu appears.
WPT
CLRNAMES
MSG
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CLEAR MSG.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight YES.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
OFF CLEAR
ON
ALL
MESSAGES?
YES
NO
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CUSTOMIZING YOUR MAP 410
Setup
MENU
Setup allows you to initialize the receiver and set system
parameters to your preference.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
COORD SYS
MAP DATUM
ELEV MODE
PROJECTION
TRIP RESET
WAYPOINTS
ROUTES
SETUP
SUN/MOON
FISH/HUNT
CONTRAST
ALARM/MSG
Initialization
By initializing your receiver, you establish the initial
position for the receiver. This will enable the receiver to
search the sky for available satellites. You will need to
reinitialize if you have travelled more than 300 miles while
the receiver is turned off.
From
any NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight INITIALIZE.
ENTER
MARK
SETUP
INITIALIZE
NAV SCREENS
COORD SYSTEM
MAP DATUM
ELEV MODE
TIME FORMAT
NAV UNITS
TEMP UNITS
NORTH REF
LIGHT TIMER
BEEPER
PERSONALIZE
CLEAR MEMORY
NMEA
BAUD RATE
SIMULATE
Refer to the Getting Started section for more details.
Enabling/Disabling the NAV Screens
You may find that you do not use one, or more, of the nine NAV screens
provided in the receiver. You have the option to disable NAV screens,
except for the SAT STATUS and POSITION screens.
From
any NAV
screen.
ENTER
MARK
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MENU
A pop-up
menu will
appear.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
ENTER
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ON or OFF.
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight NAV SCREENS.
ENTER
MARK
WPT
NAMES
NAV
1
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
You will be
prompted for
each NAV screen.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Coordinate System
A Coordinate System is provided for you. This option allows you to select
primary and secondary coordinates used for entering and viewing position
information. The most common is LAT/LON. You can choose from LAT/
LON, TD, UTM, OSGB, IRISH, SWISS, SWEDISH, FINNISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, MGRS and USER GRID. The default primary coordinate
system will be Lat/Lon in Degrees/Minutes and the default secondary
coordinate system will be UTM.
From
any
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
WPT NAMES
COORD
SYS
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight COORD SYS.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
PRIMARY or SECONDARY.
If a format is required for the coordinate system you have
chosen, a pop-up menu will be displayed. Highlight your
selection and press ENTER.
PRIMARY
OFF
ON
SECONDARY
ENTER
MARK
WPT
LAT/LON
NAMES
OFF
DEG/MIN.MM
ON
DEG/MIN.MMM
DEG/MIN/SEC
You would generally want the receiver to use position coordinates in the
same map datum that is used by your maps. For example, the Irish Grid
uses the Irish datum, Finnish Grid uses the KKJ datum, Swedish Grid
uses the RT 90 datum and the Swiss Grid uses the Swiss datum.
Map Datum
You can change the datum the receiver uses to compute position coordinates.
You will want your receiver’s datum to match the datum on the map or chart
you are using. Use the map “legend” to determine the datum required for
the map or chart. If you are not using a map or chart or are unsure which
datum to use, select WGS84 (the default setting).
From
any
screen.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight MAP DATUM.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
ENTER
MARK
MARK
WPT DATUM
MAP
NAMES
PRIMARY
OFF
ON
SECONDARY
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
PRIMARY or SECONDARY.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight your
map datum of choice.
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
ENTER
ENTER
MARK
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Elevation Mode
You have the option of changing your elevation mode to 2D (2Dimensional) or 3D (3-Dimensional). You may find 2D useful if you know
the elevation of your position and the elevation will not change. For
example, if you are at sea level, you could use 2D because you know that
your elevation is zero. The default setting is 3D.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ELEV MODE.
WPT NAMES
ELEVATION
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
3D
OFF
2D
ON
ENTER
MARK
WPT NAMES
ELEVATION
If 3-D is selected, you will be returned
to the SETUP menu. If 2-D
is selected, complete the following.
Use the ARROW
KEYS to input
your elevation.
ENTER
MARK
OFF 0000FT
ON
Time Format
You have the option of changing the format in which the time is given. Your
choices are LOCAL 24HR, LOCAL AM/PM and UTC.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TIME FORMAT.
TIME FORMAT
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
LOCAL 24HR
LOCAL AM/PM
UTC
ENTER
MARK
If UTC is selected, the receiver will return to Setup. If LOCAL 24HR or
LOCAL AM/PM are selected, a pop-up menu will be displayed prompting
you to input the correct time. Use the ARROWs to input the time and press
ENTER.
Nav Units
You can choose the units of measure used by your receiver. NAV UNITS
gives you the options of MILES/MPH, NM/KNOTS and KM/KPH. Default
setting is MILES/MPH for land use in the United States and KM/KPH for
land use outside the United States. Default setting is NM/KNOTS for
marine use.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight NAV UNITS.
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Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
NAV UNITS
MILES/MPH
NM/KNOTS
KM/KPH
ENTER
MARK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Temperature Units
You have the ability to choose between FAHRENHEIT and CELSIUS when
setting the temperature units in your MAP 410.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight TEMP UNITS.
Use UP/DOWN ARROW
KEYS to highlight
FAHRENHEIT or CELSIUS.
ENTER
MARK
TEMP UNITS
FAHRENHEIT
CELSIUS
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
North Reference
The MAP 410 uses magnetic north as a default reference for all navigation
computations. You can change this to true north (good, if you are using a
map) or back to magnetic north (default, good to use if you are using a
compass) under SETUP. The default setting is MAGNETIC.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight NORTH REF.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
WPT NAMES
NORTH
REF
TRUE
OFF
ON
MAGNETIC
ENTER
MARK
Light Timer
The light timer is a power saving function that automatically turns the light
off. Once the light has been turned off by the timer, it can be turned on with
the next key press. For example, suppose you select the timer setting for 30
seconds. If you press the light key to turn the light on, it will remain lit for
30 seconds and then shut off automatically, as you had selected. With the
next key press, the light will turn on again for 30 seconds. This process will
continue until you press the light key again to turn the light off or turn the
receiver off. With the Light Timer function, you can choose the setting for
the light timer. You can choose from ALWAYS ON, 15 and 30 seconds, 1, 2
and 4 minutes.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight LIGHT TIMER.
ENTER
MARK
Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
LIGHT
WPT NAMES
TIMER
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
OFF
ALWAYS ON
ON
15 SECONDS
30 SECONDS
1 MINUTE
2 MINUTES
4 MINUTES
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Beeper
You can select the options for when the beeper will sound. Your choices are
OFF, KEYS ONLY, ALARM ONLY and KEYS/ALARM. The default
setting is KEYS/ALARM.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight BEEPER.
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
BEEPER
OFF
KEYS ONLY
ALARM ONLY
KEYS /ALARM
Personalize
With the personalize function, you have the option of
inputting your name into the MAP 410 receiver.
From
any
screen.
ENTER
MARK
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight ON or OFF.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
PERSONALIZE
WPT NAMES
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight PERSONALIZE.
If turned ON, use
the ARROW KEYS to
input your information.
ENTER
MARK
THIS
MAP 410
UNIT IS THE
PERSONAL
PROPERTY
OF
MICHAEL
SMIT
Clearing Memory
The Clear Memory function allows you to delete track history, backtrack
waypoints, waypoints and routes as well as reset defaults to the factory
defaults. There is also an option to delete everything in the receiver’s
memory. Use caution when accessing the Clear Memory function. Once
you have deleted, you cannot undo the process or retrieve this deleted
data.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight CLEAR MEMORY.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
CLEAR
WPT NAMES
MENU
OFF
TRACK HIST
ON
WPT/ROUTES
BACK WPTS
ROUTES
RESET DFALT
ALL
If you select clear all memory, the receiver will clear all waypoints and
routes, restore the default settings and then power itself off. Non-User
waypoints will remain in your receiver’s memory.
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Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver
NMEA Setup
Your MAP 410 receiver can be set to output GPS data to interface with your
personal computer. You can select from OFF, V1.5 APA, V1.5 XTE and
V2.1 GSA. The default setting is OFF.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight NMEA.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
MARK
WPT
NMEA
NAMES
OFF
V1.5
ON APA
V1.5 XTE
V2.1 GSA
ENTER
MARK
Setting Baud Rate
Connection to external devices requires that the baud rate of the data being
sent or received by your MAP 410 be matched to the baud rate of the
external device. Your choices are 1200, 4800, 9600 and 19200 baud. The
default setting is 4800.
From
any
screen.
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight SETUP.
MENU
Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight BAUD RATE.
ENTER
MARK
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Use UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS to
highlight your choice.
ENTER
MARK
ENTER
WPT
NAMES
BAUD
RATE
1200 BAUD
OFF
4800 BAUD
ON
9600 BAUD
19200 BAUD
MARK
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Receiver will not turn on:
1.
Check to see if batteries are installed correctly.
2.
Replace with four new AA alkaline batteries.
Takes more than 10 minutes to get a position fix:
1.
Make sure that the antenna is pointing up, has a clear view of the
sky and is a reasonable distance away from your body.
2.
Check Sat Status to see where the satellites are and if the receiver
is acquiring data.
3.
If the receiver still does not get a position fix within 10 minutes,
you may wish to repeat the initialization procedure.
Elevation jumps up and down:
1.
Errors induced by the Department of Defense called Selective
Availability (SA) can cause the elevation values to fluctuate.
Battery life seems shorter than it should be:
1.
Make sure that you are using four AA alkaline batteries.
2.
Shorter life span of the batteries can be due to excessive use of the
backlight. Turn the backlight off when not needed.
Position coordinates on your receiver do not match the location on your
map.
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1.
Make sure that your receiver is set up to use the same datum as
your map. The map datum is generally shown in the map legend.
See Map Datum under Auxiliary Functions for instructions on
selecting the map datum in your receiver.
2.
Check your LAT/LON format. Make sure that the format selected
in COORDINATE SYSTEM (DEG/MIN/SEC or DEG/MIN.MM)
is in the same format as the map you are using.
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Commonly Asked Questions
Does the receiver adjust itself for daylight savings time?
No. You need to reset the time for changes in your area. (see Changing
Time Display).
Will my receiver function correctly in the year 2000?
Yes. Even though the last two digits of the year are displayed, the full
year designator is stored in memory.
Why won’t the receiver accept the coordinates I am inputting?
The most common cause is that you are trying to enter coordinates that
are in degrees/minutes while your receiver is set to degrees/minutes/
seconds. Because the last two digits in degrees/minutes is in
hundredths (00-99) and degrees/minutes/seconds can be no higher than
59 (00-59), inputting a number higher than 59 while in deg/min/sec
results in an error and the receiver does not accept the entry.
Can I use NiCad batteries in my MAP 410?
Yes. However, the battery life of your MAP 410 will be diminished as
well as the possibility of an incorrect reading on the battery life gauge
with the use of NiCad batteries.
Can I attach my MAP 410 to external power?
Yes. However, this requires the optional external power cable available
from your dealer or Magellan Corporation. See the Accessories section
of this manual for more information.
You say my receiver should work for 12 hours on four batteries, mine
doesn’t last that long?
There can be two reasons. The first, and most common, reason is that
you have the display backlight on. The light increases the drain on the
batteries causing the decrease in battery life. The second reason is that
you are using NiCad batteries. As mentioned before, while your MAP
410 will operate on NiCad batteries, the battery life is diminished.
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Contacting Magellan
If after using the troubleshooting section, you are still unable to solve
your operation problems, please call Magellan’s Technical Service
at (800) 707-9971 or via e-mail at support@mgln.com.
Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 5 PM,
PST. Faxes can be sent to Customer Service at (909) 394-7070.
If necessary, you can also return your unit to Magellan for repair (Please
call for assistance first). If possible, please notify us before shipping the
unit by Parcel Post or UPS, and include a description of the problem, your
name, address and a copy of your sales receipt. If your return shipping
address is different, please let us know.
Please return the enclosed registration card in order to have your
information on file.
With all correspondence, please state the model of your receiver and if
calling, please have your unit with you.
Packages should be sent to:
Magellan Corporation
960 Overland Court
San Dimas, CA 91773
ATTN: Warranty/Repair
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COORDINATE SYSTEMS
Positions are locations that are described in a unique way so that one
location cannot be confused with another. This is done by using a coordinate
system to describe locations. Your Magellan receiver has the ability to use
any one of 12 different coordinates systems; LAT/LON (latitude and
longitude), UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator), OSGB, Irish Grid,
Finnish, German, French, MGRS, User Grid, Swiss Grid, TD or Swedish
Grid. The one you select (in SETUP) will be determined by the maps and
charts you use; you would generally want the receiver to display position
coordinates in the same system that is used by your maps.
W
.00
°00
115
42°30.
00N
EQUATOR
IAN 0°
ERID
EM
IM
PR
Latitude
de
Longitu
LAT/LON Coordinate System. LAT/
LON is the most commonly used
coordinate system today. It projects lines
of latitude (parallels) and lines of longitude
(meridians) onto the earth’s surface. Lines
of latitude are the equator and the
horizontal lines that are parallel to it. Lines
of longitude are the vertical lines that are
perpendicular to the equator and pass
through the poles. A position is described
as being the intersection of a line of
latitude and a line of longitude.
0°
Specifically, a position is up to 90° north or south of the equator (up to the
poles, which are 90°N and 90°S; the equator is 0° latitude), and up to 180°
east or west of the Prime Meridian, which is 0° longitude. (The Prime
Meridian passes through Greenwich, England.) Parts of a degree are
minutes; there are 60 minutes (written as 60') to a degree. Minutes can also
be divided into smaller units. Fractions of a minute can be expressed as
decimals or as seconds. (There are 60 seconds to one minute, written as
60"). So a LAT/LON position coordinate can be expressed in two ways,
which your Magellan GPS receiver displays as 25°47.50 or 25°47’30.
UTM Coordinate System. Another commonly used coordinate system is
UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator), which is generally found on landbased maps and quad sheets that are produced by government map
providers. On land, you may find that UTM coordinates are easier to use
than LAT/LON.
UTM coordinates are easy to use, but since the model it is based on is
somewhat abstract, this section is a very simplified introduction to UTM.
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Instead of projecting an imaginary grid of intersecting lines onto the globe,
UTM projects sections of the globe onto a flat surface. Each of these
sections is called a “zone.” There are 60 zones to cover the entire earth
between 84°N and 80°S (polar areas are not described by UTM). Each zone
is 6° wide as projected from the earth’s center.
A UTM position is described by three elements; the zone it is in, the easting,
and the northing. Eastings and northings measure how far into a zone a
position is in meters. Eastings are an east/west measurement, and correspond
roughly to longitude. Northings are a north/south measurement, and
correspond to latitude.
180°
150°
120°
90°
60°
30°
0°
30°
60°
90°
120°
150°
180°
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
0°
3000 Km
3000 Mi.
Scale at the Equator.
NOTE: The area described by the UTM coordinate system extends to 84°N and to 80°S.
This chart shows the position of Magellan described in both LAT/LON and
UTM coordinates.
LAT/LON
DEG/MIN.MM
DEG/MIN/SEC
34 06.58N
117 49.56W
34 06’35”N
117 49’34”W
UTM
11 4 23 818 E
37 74 624 N
Time Delay Grids (TD). These are lines of position (LOPs) that are
determined by the difference in length of time required to receive the LoranC signals. Loran is a radio navigation aid and TD coordinates are clearly
marked on nautical charts. Our marine GPS units can display position
coordinates in TDs by converting from position fixes calculated in LAT/
LON. (No measurements are being made using Loran signals).
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Each Loran chain consists of one master station (designated as M) and two
or more secondary stations (W, X, Y and Z). The user determines which two
secondary stations will provide the most accurate position based on the
angle of intersection of the LOPs.
When TD is selected in SETUP (under COORD SYS) you will be asked to
input the following:
1.
The GRI (also called the chain) that you will be navigating in.
2.
The two secondary stations that will provide you with the best angle of
LOP intersections. If you have used Loran in the past, you should
simply enter the values you used before.
Other Coordinate Systems. OSGB coordinates are similar to UTMs, but
describe only Great Britain. They must be used with the GBR36 datum. This
coordinate system cannot be used in any other part of the world. The MAP
410 automatically selects the GBR36 datum when the OSGB coordinate
system is selected in Setup. (While OSGB coordinates must be used with the
GBR36 datum, the GBR36 datum can be used with LAT/LON coordinates;
just be sure the map you are using uses both LAT/LON and GBR36.)
If you select OSGB in the COORD SYS portion of the SETUP MENU,
be sure to change the map datum back to the one you will be using
(WGS84 is the default) when changing to another coordinate system.
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NMEA DATA MESSAGES
Your GPS receiver can be set to output GPS data in the NMEA 0183 version 1.5 or
version 2.1 format to interface with other marine devices or equipment.
NMEA DATA MESSAGES. NMEA data is output at 4800 baud, 8, N, 1, checksum
off. These settings are acceptable to most equipment and software applications. The
baud rate can also be set to 1200, 9600 or 19200.
There are several NMEA output message sets, each with a slightly different application. Check documentation for your external equipment to choose the appropriate
message set.
SET
OUTPUT/USAGE
V1.5.APA
BWC, APA, GLL, VTG
Remote displays, version 1.5 marine autopilots
V1.5 XTE
XTE, BWC, GLL, VTG
Version 1.5 Marine autopilots
V2.1 GSA
GSA, GSV, GLL, GGA, RMB, RMC, APB, and autopilots.
Vers. 2.1 NMEA recommended navigation data, satellite data
and autopilots.
NMEA Message Definitions
APA
APB
BWC
GGA
GLL
GSA
GSV
RMB
RMC
VTG
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Autopilot cross track error, direction to steer, status of GPS, route status,
destination waypoint name, and bearing from origin to destination (old
format).
Revised autopilot message contains all of the above plus: heading to steer
toward destination, bearing from the present position to the destination
(magnetic or true).
Range and bearing to a waypoint.
GPS position, time, fix quality, number of satellites used, HDOP (Horizontal
Dilution of Precision), differential reference information, and age.
GPS-derived latitude, longitude, and time of fix.
GPS receiver operating mode, satellites used in the navigation solution
reported by the $--GGA sentence and DOP (Dilution of Precision) values.
Number of satellites in view, satellite numbers, elevation, azimuth, and SNR
value.
Data status, cross track error, direction to steer, origin, destination landmark,
landmark location, bearing to destination, and velocity toward the destination.
Time, latitude, longitude, speed, heading, and date.
Track (magnetic and true) and groundspeed (knots and KPH).
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NMEA OUTPUT DATA FORMAT - VERSION 1.5
APA
Autopilot Format A
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10
APA,A,A,X.XX,L,N,A,A,XXX.,M,CCC
1
OR’ed Blink and SNR
2
Cycle Lock
(A = valid, V = invalid)
(A = valid, V = invalid)
3-5 Cross Track, Sense (L = steer left, R = steer Right), N.Mi.
Units
6-7 Arrival Circle, Arrival Perpendicular (crossing of the line
which is perpendicular to the course line and which passes
through the destination waypoint.
8-9 Bearing dest. WPT. from origin WPT., Magnetic
10 Dest WPT. identifier
BWC
To Selected Waypoint, Great Circle
1
2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
1112
BWC,XXXXXX,XXXX.XX,N,XXXXX.XX,W,XXX.,T,XXX.,M,XXX.X,N,CCCC
1
UTC of Bearing
2-3 Lat, N or S of waypoint
4-5 Long, E or W of waypoint
6-7 Bearing, True
8-9 Bearing, Magnetic
10-11Distance, naut. miles
12
GLL
Waypoint identifier
Geographic Position — Latitude/Longitude
1
2 3
4 5
6
GLL,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,hhmmss.ss,A*hh
1-2
Latitude, N/S
2-3
Longitude, E/W
4
UTC of position
6
Status
A = Data valid
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VTG
Actual Track and Ground Speed (SPD)
1
2 3
4 5
6 7
8
VTG,XXX.,T,XXX.,M,XX.X,N,XX.X,K
1-2
Track degrees, True
3-4
Track degrees, Magnetic
5-6
Speed, knots
7-8
Speed, kilometers/hour
XTE
Cross Track Error
1 2
3
4 5
XTE, A,A,X.XX, L,N
1
Or’ed value Blink and SNR (A=Valid, V=Invalid)
2
Cycle Lock, (A=Valid, V=Invalid)
3
Cross Track Error
4
Steer Left of Right (L = Left, R = Right)
5
Units (N.Mi.)
NMEA 0183 VERSION 2.1
APB
Autopilot Sentence “B”
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14
APB,A,A,x.x,a,N,A,A,x.x,a,c—c,x.x,a,x.x,a*hh
1
Status: A = Data valid
V = Loran-C Blink or SNR warning
V = general warning flag for other
navigation systems when a
reliable fix is not available.
2
Status: V = Loran-C cycle lock warning flag
A = OK or not used
3
Magnitude of XTE
4
Direction to steer (L, R)
5
XTE units, nautical miles
6
Status:
A = arrival circle entered
7
Status:
A = perpendicular passed at waypoint
8-9
Bearing origin to destination, M/T
10
Destination waypoint ID
11-12 Bearing, present position to destination, Magnetic or True
13-14 Heading to steer to destination waypoint, Magnetic or True
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GGA
Global Positioning System Fix Data
1
2
3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11
GGA,hhmmss.ss,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x,xx,x.x,x.x,M,x.x,
12 13
14
M,x.x,xxxx*hh
1
UTC of Position
2-3 Latitude - N/S
4-5 Longitude - E/W
6
GPS Quality Indicator
0 = fix not available or invalid
1 = GPS SPS Mode, Fix valid
2 = Differential GPS, SPS Mode, fix valid
3 = GPS PPS Mode, fix valid
7
Number of satellites in use (00-12, may be different from
the number in view)
8
Horizontal dilution of precision
9
Antenna altitude above/below mean sea level
10
Units of antenna altitude, meters
11
Geoidal separation - difference between the WGS-84 earth
ellipsoid and mean sea level (geoid), “-” = mean sea level
below ellipsoid
12
Units of geoidal separation, meters.
13
Age of Differential GPS data - Time in seconds since last
SC104 Type 1 or 9 update, null field when DGPS is not used
14
Differential reference station ID, 0000-1023
GLL
Geographic Position — Latitude/Longitude
1
2 3
4 5
6
GLL,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,hhmmss.ss,A*hh
1-2
Latitude, N/S
2-3
Longitude, E/W
4
UTC of position
6
Status
A = Data valid
V = Data not valid
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GSA
GPS DOP and Active Satellites
GPS receiver operating mode, satelites used in the navigation
solution reported by the $--GGA sentence, and DOP values.
1 2 3
4 5
6 7
GSA,a,x,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,x.x,x.x,x.x*hh<CR><LF>,
1
Mode: M=Manual, forced to operate in 2D or 3D mode,
A=Automatic, allowed to automatically switch 2D/3D
2
Mode: 1= Fix not available, 2=2D, 3=3D
3-4 PRN numbers of satellites used in solution (null for unused
fields)
5
PDOP
6
HDOP
7
VDOP
GSV
GPS Satellites in View
Number of satellites (SV) in view, PRN numbers, elevation,
azimuth and SNR value. Four satellites maximum per transmission, additional satellite data sent in second or their message. Total number of messages being transmitted and the
number of messages being transmitted is indicated in the first
two fields.
1 2 3 4 5 6
7
8 9
10
11
GSV,x,x,xx,xx,xx,xxx,xx..........xx,xx,xxx,xx*hh<CR><LF>
1
Total number of messages, 1 to 3
2
Message number, 1 to 3
3
Total numer of satellites in view
4
Satellite PRN number
5
Elevation, degrees, 90° maximum
6
Azimuth, degrees True, 000 to 359
7
SNR (C/No) 00-99 dB, null when not tracking
8-9 2nd-3rd SV
10-11 4th SV
Notes: 1) Satellite information may require the transmission
of multiple messages. The first field specifies the total
number of messages, minimum value 1. The second field identifies the order of this message (message number), minimum value
1.
2) A variable number of “PRN-Elevation-Azimuth-SNR” sets are
allowed up to a maximum of four sets per message. Null fields
are not required for unused sets when less than four sets are
transmitted.
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RMB
Generic Navigation Information (immediately follows RMC)
1 2
3 4
5
6
7 8
9 10
11
12
13 14
RMB,A,X.XX,a,c--c,c--c,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x.x,x.x,x.x,A *hh
1
Data Status
(A = valid,
V = invalid)
2-3 XTE, naut. miles and direction to steer (L or R)
exceeds 9.99 NM, display 9.99 in field 2.]
4
Origin waypoint ID
5
Destination waypoint ID
[If XTE
6-7 Destination Waypoint Latitude (N or S)
8-9 Destination Waypoint Longitude (E or W)
10
Range naut. miles, present fix to destination waypoint
Great Circle. [If range exceeds 999.9 nm, display 999.9.]
11
Bearing, True, Great Circle, Present fix to dest. waypoint
12
Closing velocity to destination, knots
13
14
RMC
Arrival (OR’ed arrival circle and crossing of line which is
perpendicular to the course line and which passes through the
destination waypoint.)
CHECKSUM
(Mandatory in this sentence.)
Transit Specific (to be followed by RMB)
1
2 3
4 5
6 7
8
9
10
RMC,hhmmss.ss,A,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,x.x,x.x,xxxxxx,x.x,a *hh
1
Time, UTC of position fix
2
Status
(A = valid,
V = Navigation receiver warning)
3-4 Latitude at UTC time, N or S
5-6 Longitude at UTC time, E or W
7
Speed over ground, knots
8
Course over ground, degrees
9
Date
10
Magnetic variation, degrees
11
Magnetic variation, sense (E or W)
12
CHECKSUM
(DDMMYY)
(Mandatory in this sentence)
The formats listed are NMEA formats and Magellan receivers may not output all of the
information listed for a particular format.
A complete copy of the NMEA specifications can be obtained from:
NMEA, PO Box 3435 New Bern, NC 28564-3435
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AVAILABLE DATUMS
Datum
Full Name
Datum
Full Name
WGS84
NAD27
NAD83
ADIND
ALASK
ARC50
ARC60
ASTRO
AUS66
AUS84
BOGOT
BUKIT
CAMPO
CANAD
CAPE
CARTH
CENAM
CHATH
CHUAA
CORRE
CYPRU
DJAKA
EGYPT
EUROP
World Geodetic System
North America 1927
North American 1983
Adinda
Alaska
Arc 1950
Arc 1960
Camp Area Astro
Australian Geodetic 1966
Australian Geodetic 1984
Bogota Observatory
Bukit Rimpah
Campo Inchauspe
Canada
Cape
Carthage
Central America
Chatham 1971
Chau Astro
Corrego Alegre
Cyprus
Djakarta (Batavia)
Egypt
European 1950 (All of
Europe)
European 1950 (W. Europe)
European 1979
Gandajika Base
Geodetic Datum 1949
INDIA
IRAN
IRELA
KAUAI
KERTA
KKJ
LIBER
LUZON
MASSA
MAUI
MERCH
MINNA
MONTJ
NAHRW
OAHU
OEGYP
OHAWA
OMAN
PITCA
QATAR
QORNO
RT90
SAM56
SAM69
SCHWA
SICIL
SIERR
SWISS
TANAN
Indian (India, Nepal)
Iran
Ireland 1965
Kauai
Kertau 1948
KKJ (Finland)
Liberia 1964
Luzon
Massawa
Maui
Merchich
Minna
EUR50
EUR79
GANDA
GEO49
GHANA
GRB36
GUAM
GUNSG
GUNSR
HAWAI
HERAT
HJORS
HUTZU
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Ordinance Survey of GB,
1936
Guam
G. Segara
Hawaii
Herat North
Hjorsey 1955
Hu-tzu-shan
Nahrwan, Saudi Arabia
Oahu
Old Egyption
Old Hawaiian
Oman
Pitcairn Astro 1967
Qatar National
Qornoq
RT90 (Sweden)
Provisional So. Am. 1956
South American 1969
Schwarzeck
Sicily
Tananarive Observatory
1925
THAI
Indian (Thailand,
Vietnam)
TIMBA
Timbalai
TOKYO
Tokyo
USER DEFINED
VOIRO
WGS72
World Geodetic System
1972
YACAR
Yacare
ZANDE
Zanderij
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SPECIFICATIONS
CHARACTERISTICS
Performance
Receiver:
12-channel technology, tracks up to 12 satellites to
compute and update information with detachable
quadrifilar antenna.
Acquisition times (under optional conditions)
Warm:
Approximately 15 seconds
Cold:
Approximately 1 minute
Update Rate:
1 second continuous
Accuracy
Position:
49 feet (15 meters) RMS (with Selective Availability
turned off)
Velocity:
0.1 knot RMS steady state (with Selective
Availability turned off)
Limits
Speed:
951 mph
Altitude:
17,500 meters
Physical
Size:
6.88” x 2.5” x 1.1” [h] x [w] x [d]
Weight:
12 ounces (340.2 grams) with 4 AA batteries installed
Display:
2.75” x 1.5” [h] x [w]
Housing:
Weatherproof construction, wraparound rubber armor
Temp. Range
Operating:
14˚F to 140˚F to (-10˚C to 60˚C)
Storage:
-40˚F to 167˚F (-40˚C to 75˚C)
Power
Source:
4 AA alkaline batteries or 9-35 VDC with optional
power cable
Battery Life:
Up to 12 hours continuous operation
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ACCESSORIES
Accessories for your MAP 410 are available from your Magellan dealer or
you can order directly from Magellan using the order card supplied with
your receiver or call Magellan at (800) 669-4477.
Swivel Mounting Bracket: Mounts the receiver on a dashboard or other
surface, allowing for hands-free operation.
Vehicle Mounting Bracket: Mounts the receiver on the windshield,
allowing for hands-free operation.
Nylon Carrying Case: The carrying case protects your receiver from the
elements and allows you to carry your receiver on your belt.
Power/Data Cable: Allows you to connect your receiver to external power
and data.
PC Interface Cable: Connects your receiver to your PC for data transfer.
PC Interface Cable with Cigarette Lighter Adapter: Connects your
receiver to your PC for data transfer and to a cigarette lighter for external
power.
External Power Cable with Cigarette Lighter Adapter: Allows you to
connect the receiver to a cigarette lighter for external power.
MapSend™ CD-ROM: PC software program that transfers C-MAP NT
Compact marine charts between your GPS receiver and a PC (PC cable not
included).
Instructional Video: A video in VHS format that provides you with
instructions on how to use and operate your receiver.
Detachable Remote Antenna Kit: This kit contains all necessary hardware
to attach your receiver to an external antenna for use when the receiver will
be indoors while boating or driving.
Low Profile External Antenna: This antenna connects to your receiver
when the receiver’s antenna has been removed.
Magellan GPS Topo-Guide: Easily pinpoint your position on UTM Maps.
Includes topo map symbols, abbreviations, GPS landmark log and THE
CARD in: 1:24, 000/1:25, 000/1:63, 360 UTM Scales.
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Differential Beacon Receiver (DBR-3): Connects to your receiver to
receive differential corrections for 5-10 meter accuracy.
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GLOSSARY
Active Leg
The segment of a route currently being travelled.
Altitude
The current elevation above sea level.
BRG
Bearing. The compass direction from your position
to a destination, measured to the nearest degree.
CDI
Course Deviation Indicator. A graphical representation of your position relative to your planned course,
giving you an indication of how far left or right of the
planned course you are and how to get to the destination.
COG
Course Over Ground. The direction the receiver is
moving. COG can be reported in true or magnetic
north values.
Coordinates
A unique numeric or alphanumeric description of the
position.
CTS
Course to Steer. The direction you should be
travelling in order to return to the course while
proceeding towards the destination. It is a “compromise” course bearing that projects from your current
position to a point on the courseline mid-way
between a point perpendicular to your position and
the current leg destination waypoint.
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Datum
Refers to the theoretical mathematical model of the
earth’s sea level surface. Map makers may use a
different model to chart their maps, so position
coordinates will differ from one datum to another.
The datum for the map you are using can be found in
the legend of the map.
Default
The value or setting automatically chosen by the unit
unless otherwise directed. Can be changed in Setup.
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DST
Distance. Distance from position to destination.
ETA
Estimated Time of Arrival. The estimated time of
day the leg’s destination waypoint will be reached.
ETE
Estimated Time Enroute. The estimated time
remaining to reach the next waypoint in a route.
HDG
Heading. The direction you are facing, defined as an
angle from North.
Latitude
The angular distance north or south of the equator
measured by lines encircling the earth parallel to the
equator from 0˚ to 90˚.
LAT/LON
Coordinate system using latitude and longitude
coordinates to define a position on the earth.
Leg (Route)
A segment of a route that has a starting (FROM)
waypoint and a destination (TO) waypoint. A route
may consist of 1 or more legs. A route that is from
waypoint A to waypoint B to waypoint C to waypoint
D has three legs with the first being from waypoint A
to waypoint B.
LMK
Landmark. A location saved in the unit’s memory
which is obtained by entering data, editing data,
calculating data or saving a current position. Used to
create routes. Same as a waypoint.
Longitude
The angular distance east or west of the prime
meridian (Greenwich Meridian) as measured by lines
perpendicular to the parallels and converging at the
poles from 0˚to 180˚.
Magnetic North
The direction relative to a magnetic compass.
NMEA
National Marine Electronics Association. A professional organization that defines and maintains the
standard serial format used by marine electronic
navigation equipment and computer interfaces.
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OSGB
A coordinate system describing only Great Britain,
similar to UTMs. Used with GRB36 datum.
Position fix
Position coordinates as computed by the MAP 410.
SOG
Speed Over Ground. The speed at which the receiver
is moving.
TMP
Temperature.
True North
The direction to North Pole from an observer’s
position. The north direction on any geographical
meridian.
TTG
Time To Go. The measurement of how long it will
take you to arrive at your destination. TTG is based
on how fast you are moving towards the destination
and the distance remaining.
UTC
Universal Time Coordinated. Formerly referred to as
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
UTM
Universal Transverse Mercator metric grid system
used on most large and intermediate scale land
topographic charts and maps.
VMG
Velocity Made Good. The component of the velocity
that is in the direction of the destination.
WPT
Waypoint. A location saved in the receiver’s memory
which is obtained by entering data, editing data,
calculating data or saving a current position. Used to
create routes.
XTE
Cross Track Error. The perpendicular distance
between the present position and the courseline.
Given as a distance, right or left, of course when
facing the destination.
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INDEX
A
Accessories 66
Accuracy 3
Alarms 43
accessing 43
anchor 43
arrival 43
clearing 45
cross track error 44
gps 45
proximity 44
viewing 45
Altimeter 3
Antenna
signal reception 7
Auxiliary Functions 41
alarm/messages 43
contrast 42
fish/hunt 41
simulate mode 42
sun/moon 41
Averaging 13
B
Backtrack Routes 36
Batteries 3
installing 6
NiCad 53
troubleshooting 52, 53
Baud Rate 51
Bearing 14, 16, 22, 26, 68
Beeper 50
Borders
state 17
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C
Cartography 17
legend 17
interstate highway 17
large city 17
major city 17
medium city 17
railroad tracks 17
small city 17
state border 17
Cities
large 17
major 17
medium 17
scales 20
small 17
Clear Memory 50
Compass Screen 15
customizing 16
Contrast 42
Coordinate Systems 47, 55
secondary 13
Course Over Ground (COG) 14, 15, 16, 22, 68
Course Projection 19
Cross Track Error (XTE) 14, 16, 70
Customizing 46
beeper 50
clear memory 50
coordinate system 47
disabling the NAV screens 46
elevation mode 48
Initializing 46
light timer 49
map datum 47
NAV units 48
north reference 49
personalize 50
setting baud rate 51
Setup 46
time format 48
D
Data Window 22
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Elevation Mode 48
F
Fish/Hunt 41
G
GOTO Route 34
clearing 35
using find 35
H
Highways
interstate 17
scales 20
I
Initializing 8, 46
K
Keys 5
L
Light Timer 49
M
Magnetic North 49
Man Over Board (MOB) Route 35
clearing 35
Map Datum 47, 64
Map Screen 17
accessing waypoints 25
cartographic legend 17
course projection 19
data window 22
hide/show data 22
map find 24
orientation 19
panning 24
route display 24
scale 24
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setup 18
track history 23
waypoint display 21
Map Setup 18
cities 20
course projection 19
highways 20
lat/lon grid 19
map text 20
railroads 21
screen orientation 19
waypoint scales 21
Map Text
enable/disable 20
MapSend™ CD 30, 66
Multi-Leg Routes
creating 36
N
NAV 1 Screen 14
customizing 14
NAV 2 Screen 16
customizing 16
NAV Screens 11
disabling 46
NAV Units 48
NMEA 51, 58
setup 51
North Reference 49
NorthFinder™ 15
O
Odometer Reset 27
Operating Modes 9
P
Personalize 50
Position Fix 9
Position Screen 13
averaging 13
viewing secondary coordinate systems 13
Power Up 11
Primary Usage 9
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Projection 19
R
Railroad Tracks 17
Railroads
scales 21
Receiver Description 3
Road Screen 25
customizing 26
Routes 34
activating/deactivating a route 38
adding a waypoint at the end of a route 37
changing a waypoint in a route 37
deleting a route 39
deleting a waypoint in a route 38
inserting a leg in a route 37
menu 34
reversing a route 39
saving changes to a route 38
TrackRoute 40
using map view in a route 39
view/edit 37
S
Sat Status Screen 11
setting temperature calibration 12
setting temperature units 12
Scale 24
Setup 46
Simulate Mode 42
Specifications 65
Speed Average 27
Speed Over Ground (SOG) 14, 16, 22, 70
Speed Screen 26
resetting odometer 27
resetting trip odometer 27
setting speed average 27
Sun/Moon 41
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T
Time Format 48
Time Screen 27
selecting format 28
Track Clear 23
Track History 23
TrackRoute 40
Trip Odometer Reset 27
Troubleshooting 52
U
UTM Coordinate System 55
W
Waypoint (WPT) 29
create 30
deleting 32
edit 30
editing waypoint fields 31
find 33
messages 31
non-user 30
projecting 32
saving 10, 30
saving changes to a waypoint 32
saving waypoint with receiver-generated name 30
saving waypoint with user-created name 30
selecting category 29
sorting 33
user 29
waypoint menu 29
X
XTE. See Cross Track Error (XTE)
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Limited Warranty
All Magellan GPS receivers are navigational aids and are not intended to replace
other methods of navigation. Purchaser is advised to perform careful position
charting and use good judgement. Read the User Manual carefully before
using this product.
1. MAGELLAN CORPORATION WARRANTY
Magellan Corporation warrants their GPS receiver and accessories to be free of
defects in material and workmanship 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, Magellan Corporation will, at its option, repair or
replace the product with no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor. The
repaired or replaced product will be warranted for ninety (90) days from the date
of return shipment, or for the balance of the original warranty, whichever is
longer.
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 Magellan Corporation'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
Magellan Service Center.
3. PURCHASER'S DUTIES
To obtain warranty service, the purchaser must return the receiver or accessories
postpaid, with proof of the date of original purchase and purchaser's return
address to Magellan Authorized Service Centers.
Magellan Corporation 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.
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 and merchantability, are
hereby disclaimed.
Some states do not allow limitations on warranties, so the above limitation may
not apply to you.
5. EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover the following:
• Installation
• Batteries
• Finishes
• Defects resulting from installation
• 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.
• Any damage due to shipping, misuse, negligence or tampering, or improper
use.
• Servicing performed or attempted by anyone other than an authorized
Magellan Service Center representative.
• Modifications to the receiver which may be required due to any change in the
Global Positioning System (GPS). [Note: All Magellan GPS receivers use
GPS to obtain position, velocity, and time information. GPS is operated by
the U.S. Government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. 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 transmission. Such modifications are not
covered by this warranty.]
Opening of this product by anyone other than an Authorized Magellan
Service Center representative will void this warranty.
6. EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
Magellan Corporation shall not be liable to purchaser or any other person for
any incidental, special, indirect, 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 the use or inability to use this product, or breach of
this warranty even though caused by negligence or other fault. In no event will
Magellan Corporation be responsible for such damages, even if Magellan
Corporation has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
7. MERGER
This written warranty is the complete, final, and exclusive agreement between
Magellan Corporation and the purchaser with respect to the quality of performance of all the goods and any and all warranties and representations. This
warranty sets forth all of Magellan Corporation's responsibilities regarding
this product.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
8. FOR PURCHASERS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES
This warranty gives you specific rights. You may have other rights which
vary from province to province and certain limitations contained in this
limited warranty may not apply to you.
If you purchased this product outside of the United States, this limited warranty
is governed by the laws of the State of California and shall benefit Magellan
Corporation, its successors, and assigns.
For further information concerning this limited warranty, please call or write:
Magellan Corporation
960 Overland Court
San Dimas, California, 91773
Phone: (909) 394-5000 FAX: (909) 394-7050
960 Overland Court, San Dimas, CA 91773
(909)394-5000
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