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RightWay GPS Navigator RW 430 User manual
430 GPS Navigator
User Manual
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WELCOME .......................................................................................................................8
ABOUT THIS MANUAL ....................................................................................................9
CUSTOMER SERVICE ................................................................................................... 10
ABOUT GPS NAVIGATION ........................................................................................... 11
GETTING STARTED ...................................................................................................... 12
SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................................ 15
RW 430 MOUNTING SYSTEM ....................................................................................... 16
BASIC OPERATIONS .................................................................................................... 17
Lock/Unlock Switch .............................................................................................................................. 17
Charging the Battery ............................................................................................................................ 17
Powering On & Off ................................................................................................................................ 18
Main Window Overview ........................................................................................................................ 18
NAVIGATION .................................................................................................................. 19
Main Navigation Window Overview .................................................................................................... 20
Returning to the Main Navigation Window ........................................................................................ 20
Status Indicators ................................................................................................................................... 21
Power Icon ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Compass Icon ....................................................................................................................................................................... 21
GPS Icon .............................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Volume.................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ENTERING INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 23
Menus..................................................................................................................................................... 23
Software Keyboards ............................................................................................................................. 23
Using Predictive Text ........................................................................................................................... 25
SELECTING THE SEARCH AREA ................................................................................ 28
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The Search Area Button ....................................................................................................................... 28
Changing the Search Area ................................................................................................................... 29
THE NEW DESTINATION BUTTON............................................................................... 30
Ways to Search for Destinations......................................................................................................... 31
Enter an Address .................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Search for a POI ................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Tap on the Map ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Entering an Address ............................................................................................................................. 32
Street First ............................................................................................................................................................................ 33
City First................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
Selecting a Point of Interest (POI) ....................................................................................................... 36
Search for POI ...................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Search for POI Nearby .......................................................................................................................................................... 37
Search for POI In a City ........................................................................................................................................................ 39
Search for POI – Nationwide ................................................................................................................................................. 41
Search for POIs on the Map .................................................................................................................................................. 42
Search for POI Near a Selected Location .............................................................................................................................. 43
Direct Access Points of interest ............................................................................................................................................. 44
MY DESTINATIONS ....................................................................................................... 47
Favorites ................................................................................................................................................ 48
Saving to Favorites ............................................................................................................................................................... 48
Modifying Your Favorites List ............................................................................................................. 51
Rename Destination.............................................................................................................................................................. 51
Designating or Changing a Home Address ............................................................................................................................ 51
Delete a Favorite Destination ................................................................................................................................................ 52
Add a Favorite to Route ...................................................................................................................................................... 52
Last Destinations .................................................................................................................................. 53
Selecting a Destination from the Last Destinations List ......................................................................................................... 53
Adding a Favorite from the Last Destinations List .................................................................................................................. 53
Designating a Home Address .............................................................................................................. 55
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THE SHOW MAP BUTTON ............................................................................................ 56
THE START NAVIGATION BUTTON ............................................................................. 58
Map in Preview Mode ........................................................................................................................... 59
Map in Navigation Mode ....................................................................................................................... 60
To Exit Navigation Mode ....................................................................................................................................................... 61
Map Modifications in Navigation Mode .................................................................................................................................. 62
Map in Destination Search Mode ........................................................................................................ 64
Destination Search Tools ...................................................................................................................................................... 65
Operating in Destination Search Mode .................................................................................................................................. 66
Destination Search Mode Buttons ......................................................................................................................................... 67
To Exit Destination Search Mode .......................................................................................................................................... 68
To Return to the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW ................................................................................................................... 68
The Turn-by-Turn List Button .............................................................................................................. 69
To View Turn-by-Turn List from Preview Mode...................................................................................................................... 69
To View Turn-by-Turn List from Navigation ........................................................................................................................... 69
The TURN-BY-TURN WINDOW............................................................................................................................................ 70
THE OPTIONS BUTTON ................................................................................................ 72
General Routing Information ............................................................................................................... 73
Starting Point ........................................................................................................................................................................ 73
Route Points ......................................................................................................................................................................... 73
Flow Numbers ....................................................................................................................................................................... 73
Route Planning...................................................................................................................................... 74
Creating a Route ................................................................................................................................................................... 74
Saving Routes....................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Using Saved Routes ............................................................................................................................................................. 80
Show Route .......................................................................................................................................................................... 81
Run a Simulation of a Route.................................................................................................................................................. 82
Viewing Route Profile ............................................................................................................................................................ 83
GPS STATUS ................................................................................................................. 85
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View GPS Data ...................................................................................................................................... 86
Save Current Location ......................................................................................................................... 86
No GPS Reception ................................................................................................................................ 87
CUSTOMIZING YOUR UNIT .......................................................................................... 88
A Settings Page & It’s Parts................................................................................................................. 88
Moving Between Pages ........................................................................................................................ 89
Viewing Information About a Setting .................................................................................................. 89
Viewing a List of Options for a Setting ............................................................................................... 90
Toggling Between Options .................................................................................................................. 90
Saving Your Changes ........................................................................................................................... 91
Canceling Your Changes ..................................................................................................................... 91
BASIC SETTINGS .......................................................................................................... 92
Setting Which Can Be Changed .......................................................................................................... 92
Basic Settings & Their Options ........................................................................................................... 94
CURRENT MAP SETTING ........................................................................................... 100
Changing Maps ................................................................................................................................... 100
POI SETTINGS ............................................................................................................. 102
Selecting POI Categories Shown on Map ........................................................................................ 103
Selecting Direct Access POIs ............................................................................................................ 104
ROUTE PROFILE SETTINGS ...................................................................................... 105
Changing Route Profile Options ....................................................................................................... 106
Canceling Changes ............................................................................................................................ 106
Route Profile Settings & Their Options ............................................................................................ 107
BONUS PROGRAMS ................................................................................................... 109
Memory Card ....................................................................................................................................... 110
MUSIC PLAYER ........................................................................................................... 112
MUSIC PLAYER Screen ...................................................................................................................... 113
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Music Player Buttons ......................................................................................................................... 114
MOVIE VIEWER ........................................................................................................... 115
MOVIE VIEWER Screen ...................................................................................................................... 116
Movie Player Buttons ......................................................................................................................... 117
E-BOOK READER ........................................................................................................ 118
E-BOOK READER Screen .......................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
E-Book Reader Buttons ..................................................................................................................... 119
Using the Jump Button ........................................................................................................................................................ 120
PHOTO VIEWER .......................................................................................................... 121
Photo Viewer Buttons ........................................................................................................................ 122
SETTINGS MENU ......................................................................................................... 123
Navigation Setup ................................................................................................................................ 124
Touch Screen Calibration .................................................................................................................. 125
Re-calibrating the Touch Screen ......................................................................................................................................... 125
Language ............................................................................................................................................. 126
Changing Language Used ................................................................................................................................................... 126
Volume ................................................................................................................................................. 127
Changing the Volume .......................................................................................................................................................... 127
GPS Status .......................................................................................................................................... 128
Viewing the GPS Status Menu ............................................................................................................................................ 128
Backlight ............................................................................................................................................................................. 131
Power ................................................................................................................................................................................. 133
Time.................................................................................................................................................................................... 134
System ................................................................................................................................................. 136
Skin ...................................................................................................................................................... 137
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS .......................................................................... 138
Why won’t my unit turn on? ................................................................................................................................................. 138
Why am I unable to get a GPS signal or fix? ....................................................................................................................... 138
Why does my unit sometimes make a popping or static like noise? ..................................................................................... 138
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Why does my unit only accept every other letter entered for an address? ........................................................................... 138
Why does my unit sometimes miss announcing the street name? ....................................................................................... 139
Why doesn’t the unit accept the street I am entering? Why can’t I find my address? .......................................................... 139
My device provided me a route that was different than the one I would ordinarily expect the system to select. Why is that? 139
What is the difference between searching for a POI nearby and searching for a POI near a destination?............................ 139
TECHNICAL SPCIFICATIONS ..................................................................................... 140
END USER’S LICENSE AGREEMENT ........................................................................ 141
FCC PART 15 COMPLIANCE STATEMENT ............................................................... 141
TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. LIMITED WARRANTY ....................................................... 142
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WELCOME
INTRODUCING YOUR RIGHTWAY GPS NAVIGATOR 430
Welcome to the world of stress free driving. The RightWay 430 makes driving in new
places a pleasant adventure. With over 1.7 million points of interest, turn-by-turn spoken
directions – including the name of the street – and easy address entry, the RW 430 will
get you where you are going.
Caution! Do not operate the RW 430 GPS Navigator while driving. Park the vehicle
safely first. Transplant GPS, Inc., its dealers, suppliers and distributors
disclaim all liability for any use of this product in a way that may cause
accidents, damage or that may violate the law.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
SYMBOLS
The following symbols refer to specific passages of text:
Warnings.
Instructions and tips for operation.
LIABILITY
RightWay GPS, its dealers, suppliers and distributors disclaim all liability for any use of
this product in any way that may cause accidents, damage or that may violate the law.
RightWay GPS, its dealers, suppliers and distributors disclaim all liability for any use of
this product in delivering medical aid, transporting of medical patients and/or equipment,
or transporting medical emergency victims. Do NOT use this product during the time of
local, state or national emergencies. If you wish to obtain versions of a navigation
system optimized for us in medical emergencies, please contact Transplant GPS.
When using navigation aids, both hardware and software, in a vehicle, it is your sole
responsibility to place, secure, and use these aids in a manner that will not cause
accidents, personal injury, or property damage, or in any manner obstruct your view.
You, the user of this product, are solely responsible for observing safe driving practices.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
We want your experience with the RW 430 GPS Navigator to be an enjoyable one. If
you have any questions or problems, please contact our customer service team.
ON-LINE
www.RightWayGPS.com
E-MAIL
Customer Service
service@rightwaygps.com
Technical Support
support@rightwaygps.com
Accessories
sales@rightwaygps.com
Customers will receive a response within 2 business days.
TELEPHONE
Telephone:
(507) 529-0041
Service Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT
(excluding National holidays)
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ABOUT GPS NAVIGATION
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based radio-navigation system. This
system consists of 24 satellites, which orbit the Earth at an altitude of approximately
17,500 kilometers. Each of the 24 satellites is deployed in 6 orbital planes and circles the
earth twice a day. These systems of satellites continuously transmit signals containing
precise information, 24 hours a day in any weather condition, everywhere around the
world. By processing the signals received, the RW 430 GPS Navigator provides users
with helpful information of position, velocity, and time for navigation and location based
services anytime.
The time it takes the GPS to find the satellites is called the Time to First Fix (TTFF). The
GPS receiver needs to lock on to at least 3 satellites for a position fix. The RW 430 GPS
Navigator acquires a position fix typically within 10 seconds from a hot-start state and
roughly 80 seconds from a cold-start state. The initial state of the receiver, (i.e. the latest
status in the memory of the receiver) primarily determines the time of TTFF. If you have
not used your GPS unit for several months, the almanac data for the satellites may be
out of date. The unit is capable of recollecting this information on its own, but the process
can take as long as 3 to 5 minutes. The TTFF will also be longer the very first time the
user first turns on the GPS receiver, when a GPS receiver has lost memory, or has been
moved over 300 miles (500 km) from its last location will also be longer.
Both TTFF and positional accuracy can be affected by obstructions such as tall buildings,
narrow streets & passageways, protective film on glass, heavy foliage, large cliffs, and
other situations where GPS satellite signals are blocked. Once there is a position fix, the
RW 430 uses the satellite signals to calculate an exact geodetic location through
triangulation method, contained in 10 meters CEP accuracy devoid of Selective
Availability (SA). The position data is then converted within the receiver to latitude and
longitude coordinates, which is usually provided in the geodetic datum on which GPS is
based (WGS 84). The map datum selected on a GPS receiver needs to match the datum
listed on the corresponding paper map in order for the position readings to match. Using
the wrong datum can result in position offsets of hundreds of meters or much more. In
addition to using the wrong datum, accuracy can be limited by satellite orbiting errors,
multi-path signals, atmospheric delay and receiver clock timing.
Caution! The United States government operates the Global Positioning System (GPS)
and is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. Changes by the
United States government may affect the accuracy and performance of all
GPS equipment, including your personal navigation device.
Caution! Ordinances or laws may restrict use of certain abilities of your navigation
device on public or private land.
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GETTING STARTED
WHAT‟S INCLUDED
Your RightWay 430 GPS Navigator comes with the following accessories. If your box is
incomplete, please notify us within 14 days of purchase. The purchased products
include:

RW 430 GPS Navigator

Car charger

Wall charger

RW 430 mounting system

Quick Start Guide

User Manual on CD
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RW 430 GPS NAVIGATOR HARDWARE
Your RightWay 430 GPS Navigator is a sophisticated electronic device. To ensure a
long lasting and trouble free experience, please take great care to avoid dropping or
damaging the device.
Power
Button
Menu
Button
TOP VIEW
Switch
LEFT
SIDE
Volume
Dial
RIGHT
SIDE
Switch
Switch
Memory
Card Slot
Headphone
Jack
Lock/Unlock
Switch
USB
Charging
Port
Reset Button
BACK
Switch
Stylus
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Caution! Do not open the navigation device's casing under any circumstances.
Caution! Protect the device from moisture. The device is not waterproof and is not
protected against water damage.
Caution! Do not expose the navigation device to extreme heat or cold. This may damage
the device or impair its function.
Caution! Use only the charger provided or one that has been approved by the
manufacturer.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
NAVIGATION SAFETY INFORMATION
Use this navigation system at your own risk.
Caution! To prevent accidents, do not operate the navigation system while driving.
Caution! Do not look at the display unless it is absolutely safe to do so!
Caution! Traffic regulations have priority over any instructions from the navigation
system.
Caution! Follow the instructions of the navigation system only when the circumstances
and the road traffic regulations allow you to do so! The navigation system
guides you to your destination even if you deviate from the calculated route.
Caution! Check that the unit is secured in the mount and adjusted properly before each
journey.
Note: If you have not understood the spoken instructions, or you're not sure about what
to do next, you can briefly refer to the map or arrow view of your navigations system.
CARE & SAFE KEEPING ON THE RW 430
Caution! Protect the unit from moisture. It is not waterproof and is not protected against
water damage. The warranty does not cover water damage.
Caution! Do not open the unit's casing under any circumstances.
Caution! Do not attempt to replace the battery. For problems related to the battery,
contact Customer Support.
Caution! Do not expose the unit to extreme heat or cold. This may damage the device
or impair its function.
Caution! Use only the charger provided or one that has been approved by the
manufacturer.
Note: To clean the screen of the RW 430, use a dry cloth. Paper towels will
scratch the screen.
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RW 430 MOUNTING SYSTEM
Included in your package, you will find a mounting solution to easily secure your
RightWay Navigator to either the windshield or the dash.
Caution! It is illegal in California and Minnesota to attach anything to the windshield.
Caution! When using navigation aids in a vehicle, it is your sole responsibility to place,
secure and use these aids in a manner that will not cause accidents, personal
injury, property damage, or in any manner to obstruct your view. You, the user
of this product, are solely responsible for observing safe driving practices.
1. Select a suitable location on the windshield or dashboard for
the mount. Clean and dry this area to remove any grease and dirt.
2. If mounting the GPS on the dashboard, remove the protective
backing from the dash disc, exposing the adhesive. Adhere
the disc to the dashboard in the desired location.
Dash Disc
Note: The adhesive is permanent.
3. With the locking lever in the up position, hold the suction cup to the windshield or on the
dash disc with the locking lever and pull tab on top.
4. Push the locking lever towards the base of the mount. The mount should suction to the
surface.
5. Align the tabs on the holder with the slots on the Navigator cradle. Slide together until
you feel a firm click.
6. Adjust the holder to the best viewing angle by loosening the adjustor dials, moving the
corresponding part to the desired position, and then tightening the adjustor dial.
7. To remove the mount, pull the locking
lever away from the base, and then
gently pull on the pull tab. This should
break the suction so you can remove
the mount.
Adjuster Dial
Right & Left
Locking
Lever
(in up
position)
Pull Tab
Adjuster Dial
Up & Down
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BASIC OPERATIONS
LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
On the right side of the RW 430 Navigator is a Lock/Unlock switch. This feature is
designed to prevent the unit from accidentally being turned on or off. The RW 430 will
not turn ON when in the locked position. It must be in the unlocked position to turn on
the unit. When in the unlocked position, all buttons and the touch screen are activated.
When the unit is ON and in the locked position, all buttons and the touch screen are
deactivated but all programs will run.
CHARGING THE BATTERY
The RightWay Navigator comes ready to use with a charged battery. But at some point
in time, the internal battery will need to be re-charged. This is done through either DC
ower (car charger), or AC power (wall charger).
DC POWER (CAR CHARGER)
1. Connect the USB plug of the car adapter to the USB port of the device.
2. Plug the car adapter to the jack of the cigarette lighter.
3. Battery charging begins. The operation indicator lights red.
AC POWER (WALL CHARGER)
1.
Connect the USB plug of the adapter to the USB port of the device.
2.
Plug the adapter to an electrical outlet.
3.
Battery charging begins. The operation indicator lights red.
Note: The indicator light is green when the unit is on and the battery is fully charged.
While charging, the indicator light will be orange.
Note: The RightWay 430 can be used for navigation while the unit is recharging.
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POWERING ON & OFF
Turn ON
Press and hold the power button for three seconds to turn ON the RightWay 430
GPS Navigator. The opening screen will appear indicating the programs are
loading. When loaded, the PROGRAMS WINDOW will appear.
SLEEP Mode
To put the RW 430 in sleep mode, press and hold the power button until the
screen says “sleeping.” To “wake” the unit from sleep mode, press the power
button.
Turn OFF
To fully turn off the unit, press and hold the power button. Continue pressing the
power button through the “sleeping” screen. The “power off” screen will appear
and the unit will turn off.
Note: The unit will not turn ON from the locked position. It must be unlocked.
MAIN WINDOW OVERVIEW
The MAIN WINDOW of the RightWay 430 GPS Navigator contains five programs –
navigation, music player, movie player, e-book reader, and photo viewer – as well as
settings which can be changed.
To start any of these programs or change the settings of the unit, tap the icon.
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NAVIGATION
To begin navigation, tap the „Navigation‟ button.
A screen will appear asking if you have read the End User‟s License Agreement found at the
end of this document. Tap „OK‟ and the main navigation window will open.
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MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW OVERVIEW
The MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW opens when the navigation software starts. You can
reach all of the navigation software functions from this window.
Tap the New Destination button to:
• Select an address by city or street.
• Select a POI as a destination.
Tap the My Destinations button to select a destination from:
• A list of destinations you have saved.
• A list of the most recently entered destinations.
Tap the Take Me Home button to:
• Quickly create a route back to your home address from your present location.
Tap the Show Map button to:
• Show your location on the current map. (GPS reception required.)
• Select a destination by tapping on the map.
Tap the Options button to:
• Access the Route Planning
• Go to the GPS Status
• Access the Settings window
• View product information
RETURNING TO THE MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW
To return to the MAIN WINDOW from any other window tap
WINDOW appears.
(Back), until the MAIN
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STATUS INDICATORS
When the unit is on, in the upper right-hand corner you will find three icons. These
symbols provide valuable information about your device.
POWER ICON
The Power symbol can display the following conditions of the built in battery:

The device is powered by an external power source. The battery is charging.
The device is powered by its internal battery. Battery is fully charged.

The device is powered by its internal battery. Battery charge is sufficient.


The device is powered by its internal battery. Battery charge is low.
COMPASS ICON
The Compass symbol shows the direction you are currently heading using the following
points of the compass: N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W and NW.
Note: The direction indicator will not appear until the GPS is ready and a
position can be determined.
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GPS ICON
In the upper right-hand corner of the display, the GPS symbol appears.
Acquiring Satellites
Data is being received from less than three
satellites. Position cannot be calculated.
GPS Ready
Data is being received from at least three
satellites. Position can be calculated.
No Symbol
The built-in GPS receiver is not operational.
Please press the reset button. Contact
customer service if the problem persists.
Note: The very first time you use the RightWay Navigator, it can take up to
10 minutes to initialize the GPS. After the first time, GPS reception
should start within one minute of turning on the device. If the
navigation device has been switched off for more than a week, the
next initialization can take up to 5 minutes.
VOLUME
The volume of the spoken driving instructions can be adjusted during navigation. With
the map displayed, tap
(volume). The volume menu contains three buttons for
adjusting volume:
Louder
Quieter
Volume On/Off (mute)
Tap the appropriate button until the desired volume is reached. Tap
again to close
the volume menu.
Note: There is also a volume dial on the left side of the unit.
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ENTERING INFORMATION
MENUS
Many buttons have menus which open when activated. To activate a menu, tap on the
button with your finger or stylus. To close a menu without selecting a function, tap on the
same button you used to open the menu.
SOFTWARE KEYBOARDS
Software keyboards appear on the screen when text entries are necessary. All entries
can be made on the software keyboard using the fingertips or stylus. Three keyboards
are available for entering destination information.
ALPHABETIC KEYBOARD
The alphabetic keyboard automatically appears when text entries are necessary. Only
capital letters can be entered.
Tap
to display the alphabetic keyboard from another keyboard.
Note: Only capital letters can be entered from the alphabetic keyboard.
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NUMERIC KEYBOARD
Tap
to display the numeric keyboard from another keyboard.
SPECIAL CHARACTER/SYMBOL KEYBOARD
Tap
to display the special character keyboard.
Note: After you have entered a special character, the alphabetic keyboard will
appear automatically.
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SPECIAL KEY
Spacebar. Moves the cursor forward one space. Found on the
alphabetic and numeric keyboards.
Delete. Removes the previous character & moves the cursor back
one space.
Found on the alphabetic and numeric keyboards.
Opens the numeric keyboard.
Opens the alphabetic keyboard.
Opens the special character keyboard.
USING PREDICTIVE TEXT
The RW 430 GPS Navigator has a predictive text feature to facilitate speedy address
entry. When you are entering a location, after you type the first letter, the largest state,
city or street beginning with that letter in the selection area appears. After the second
letter is entered, the list shows all map areas corresponding with the letters typed. The
more characters you enter, the shorter the returned list becomes.
The predictive text feature is automatically activated when you begin entering an
address.
Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through the list.
Double tap on an entry to select it. (The list will close once an entry is
accepted.)
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TIPS FOR USING PREDICTIVE TEXT
To use predictive text most successfully, follow the suggestions:

Pause after each letter or number is entered to allow the predictive text feature to
work.

Keep in mind that the number you entered may not be the first character that
appears on the list. Example: You may enter “5” and CR-151 appears on the list.

For streets with directions (i.e. South Main, 53rd Street NW), enter the street name
without the directional portion (i.e. Main, 53rd Street). After the number part of the
address is entered a list will appear with choices including the directional portion of
the street.
EXAMPLE OF PREDICTIVE TEXT
1.
You want to enter “Madison Street” for the street name. Tap “M”. Macalpin Ave
appears as a possible match.
2. That is not the street you want, so you enter “A”, the next letter in the street name.
3. Madison Street still isn‟t on the list of possibilities, so you enter the next letter, “D”.
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4. A new list appears with possible matches. Madison Street is on the list.
5. To select Madison Street, either double click on Madison Street or highlight it and tap
the checkmark.
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SELECTING THE SEARCH AREA
The maps preloaded on the RW 430 GPS Navigator cover a large area. If the unit had to
list every city named Rochester in the United States and Canada it would take a very
long time. To narrow down the search area, use the Search Area Button.
THE SEARCH AREA BUTTON
The Search Area button is used to select the map area to search, such as a state or
province. When you enter a new destination for the very first time, the SEARCH AREA
list opens.
Enter the state you would like to navigate to or within. Once an area is selected, the
code on the button reflects the selection. For example, if “Illinois” or “IL” is selected, “IL –
Illinois” appears on the button.
Note: The address entry screen assumes the search area is the same as the
previous address entry.
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CHANGING THE SEARCH AREA
To select a Search Area that if different from the one currently shown:
1. Tap the Search Area button. The SEARCH AREA WINDOW opens.
2. Use the alphabetic keyboard to enter the area (i.e. state or province) you wish to search
for your destination.
3. Either tap your selection on the list or highlight it and tap the checkmark.
4. The Search Area button displays the code for the newly selected destination area.
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THE NEW DESTINATION BUTTON
New destinations are destinations that you have not yet navigated to, or those that you
have not yet stored. Destinations may be selected by entering an address, selecting a
point of interest (POI), or selecting from the quick search function.
Tap the New Destinations button to:
• Enter an address by city or street.
• Search and select POI as a destination.
• Search & select POI by direct access.
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WAYS TO SEARCH FOR DESTINATIONS
There are three ways you can search for a destination: enter an address, select a POI, or
select a destination from the quick search function.
ENTER AN ADDRESS


To find an address, specify:
City First if you do not know the exact street address.
Street First if you do not know the actual city.
SEARCH FOR A POI
Points of Interest (POIs) are useful addresses that are organized according to particular
criteria. POIs include airports, restaurants, hotels, gas stations, government offices,
banks, hospitals, shopping centers, etc. Icons representing the POIs can be displayed
on the map.
A search for a specific point of interest may be conducted one of five ways:
1. Nearby
Searches for destinations located within a given radius of your current location.
This feature is useful for locating destinations such the next gas station or
closest hospital.
2. In a City
Searches for destinations located within a given city. This feature is useful for
locating hotels, restaurants, etc. when navigating in an unfamiliar town.
3. Nationwide
Searches for destinations of nationwide significance. This feature is useful for
locating airports, national monuments, etc.
4. Direct Access
The POI direct access system contains three categories of special destinations.
POIs in your vicinity that correspond to these categories can be listed quickly,
without the need for additional entry.
5. Near a Selected Location
Searches for destinations located within a given radius of a specified location.
This feature is helpful for planning trips and does not require satellite reception.
TAP ON THE MAP
You may indicate a destination by tapping directly on the map.
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ENTERING AN ADDRESS
When searching for a location, you do not have to enter all of the address details. If you
do not know the house number, leave the field blank to display the Intersection field. In
this field, enter the name of a nearby side street and the navigation system calculates a
route to the intersection of the specified streets.
Additionally, if you only specify the:
• City - a route is calculated to the town center.
• City and street - a route is calculated to the middle of the street in the
specified city.
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STREET FIRST
Entering a new destination using Street First is helpful when the exact city is unknown.
For example, you want Grand Avenue but you do not know if it is in Minneapolis or St.
Paul. In this case, entering the street first assists in determining the city.
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination. A menu will appear
with your options for entering your destination.
2. Tap Enter an Address.
3. Another menu appears. Tap Street First to open the ADDRESS WINDOW.
Note: If you have not previously specified the search area, you will be
prompted to do so before reaching the ADDRESS WINDOW.
4. In the ADDRESS WINDOW, enter the name of the street.
5. Enter the house number. Tap
(OK button) when complete.
6. Tap the Start Navigation button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
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CITY FIRST
The City First option of entering a destination is the fastest way to enter an address when
all information is known.
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination, then tap Enter an
Address.
2. Tap City First to open the ADDRESS WINDOW.
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Enter the name of the city or the postal code using the alphabetic keyboard. Tap
(OK button) when complete.
7. Enter the name of the street.
8. Enter the house number. Tap
6. Tap the Start Navigation button.
(OK button) when complete.
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Note: If a street name is not entered, a route will be calculated to the city
center.
Note: If a house number is not entered, a route will be calculated to the center
of the street.
Note: To change information you have already entered, tap the category that
needs to be changed, NOT the back button.
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SELECTING A POINT OF INTEREST (POI)
Points of Interest or POIs are useful addresses that are organized according to particular
criteria. POIs include airports, restaurants, hotels, gas stations, government offices,
banks, hospitals, shopping centers, etc. Icons representing the POIs can be displayed on
the map.
POINTS OF INTEREST INFORMATION AVAILABLE
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Gas Stations
Parking
Restaurants
Hotels/Motels
Banks
ATMs
Airports
Railway Stations
Car Dealers
Motorcycle Dealers
Car Rental
Shopping Centers
Tourist/Nature
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Culture
Sports
School & Education
Government Offices
Health Care
Exhibition
Post Office
Places of Worship
Marina
Business Facility
Public Phone
Public Toilet
Border Crossing
For many POIs, there will be additional information stored in the navigation system's
database. For example, for many restaurants there is a telephone number available in
addition to the address.
SEARCH FOR POI
A search for a specific point of interest may be conducted one of five ways:
1. Nearby
2. In a City
3. Nationwide
4. On the Map
5. Near a Selected Location
Note: GPS reception must be sufficient to determine your current position
for the unit to search for a POI. You can see if GPS reception is
sufficient by looking at the GPS icon in the upper right hand corner.
Note: Enter the first characters from the beginning of the POI name to
shorten the returned list of POIs.
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SEARCH FOR POI NEARBY
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination, and then tap Search for
POI.
2. Tap Nearby.
3. A list of POI categories will appear. Use
the list.
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
4. To accept a category from the list, tap on the entry.
If a sub-category exists, specify a sub-category by tapping.
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4. The Name of the Destination List opens. It contains the nearest POIs in the specified
category, sorted by distance. Tap on the name of the desired destination.
5.
Information about your selected POI opens. Tap the Start Navigation button. The
map opens in Preview Mode.
Note: GPS reception must be sufficient to determine your current position for the
unit to search for a POI. You can see if GPS reception is sufficient by looking
at the GPS icon in the upper right hand corner.
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SEARCH FOR POI IN A CITY
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination, and then tap Search for
POI.
2. Tap in a City.
3. Enter the name or the postal code of the destination location.
4. Specify a category from which you would like to select a POI. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through the list. To accept a category from the list, tap on the entry.
If a sub-category exists, specify a sub-category by tapping.
4. The Name of the Destination list opens. It contains POIs from the specified category,
sorted alphabetically. Tap on the name of the destination.
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6. Tap the Start Navigation button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
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SEARCH FOR POI – NATIONWIDE
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination, and then tap Search for
POI.
2. Tap Nationwide.
3. The POI OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE WINDOW opens. Tap on the name of the
category from which you would like to select.
4. The name of the category list opens. It contains a list of national POIs, sorted by
distance. Tap on the name of the desired destination.
5. Tap the Start Navigation button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
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SEARCH FOR POIS ON THE MAP
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap the Show Map button.
2. Tap
(Destination search).
3. The map opens in Destination Search Mode. Tap on the point to which you wish to
navigate. The destination that you have selected appears under the cross hairs
4. Tap
(OK). The DESTINATION ON MAP WINDOW opens. Detailed address
information for the selected destination displays in the upper left-hand corner.
5. Tap the Take Me There button. The map opens in Preview Mode and shows the
route calculated from your current location to this destination.
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SEARCH FOR POI NEAR A SELECTED LOCATION
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination, then tap Enter an
Address.
2. Tap City First to open the ADDRESS WINDOW.
3. Enter the name of the city or the postal code using the alphabetic keyboard.
4. Tap the Options Button.
5. The options menu appears. Tap the Search Nearby button.
6. A list of POI categories will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. To accept a category from the list, tap on the entry. If a sub-category exists,
specify a sub-category by tapping.
sub-category
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7. A list of POIs is returned sorted by distance from the location. Tap on a POI to view
more information.
Note: GPS reception is not required to search for a POI near a selected
destination.
DIRECT ACCESS POINTS OF INTEREST
The Direct Access button allows you to quickly access frequently used POIs such as gas
stations and restaurants.
The Direct Access button is subdivided into three smaller buttons. The symbols for the
POI categories selected for direct access can be seen on these smaller buttons. The
default setting for these buttons – gas stations, parking & restaurants – can be changed
to your specifications.
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USING THE DIRECT ACCESS BUTTONS
1.
From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap New Destination. A menu will appear
with your options for entering your destination.
2. The Direct Access button is the third button. Icons on this button represent the three
POI categories designated for quick access. Tap the category from which you would
like to select a POI.
3. The destination category list opens. It contains the nearest POIs in the specified
category, sorted by distance.
4. Tap on the desired destination. The map opens in preview mode.
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SPECIFYING DIRECT ACCESS POI CATEGORIES
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap Settings.
2. Tap POI.
3. In the Direct Access 1 field, tap
(List) and select a POI category.
4. Repeat the above step in the Direct Access 2 and Direct Access 3 fields.
5. When finished, tap Done to save the changes.
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MY DESTINATIONS
The My Destination button is used to select favorite destinations, frequently used
destinations and/or destinations recently entered.
Every destination that you enter, as well as the destinations from the LAST
DESTINATIONS list, can be saved to the FAVORITES list. This is useful if you often
navigate to a particular destination.
Tap the My Destinations button to select a destination from:
• A list of favorite destinations you have saved.
• A list of destinations to which you have previously navigated.
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FAVORITES
Destinations to which you often travel can be saved on the FAVORITES list so you only
have to enter the address once. The RightWay 430 GPS Navigator can save up to 300
different destinations on your FAVORITES list.
SAVING TO FAVORITES
There are three ways to save a destination to FAVORITES: save while entering an
address, save after an address has been entered or save from your current location.
WHILE ENTERING A DESTINATION
1. Enter a destination. Do not tap the Start Navigation button!
2. Tap the Options buttons, then the Save Destination button.
3. The SAVE DESTINATION AS... WINDOW opens. Enter the name you would like the
destination saved under and indicate whether it is a home address or not.
4. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
5. Tap the Start Navigation button to begin navigation to your destination. The map
opens in preview mode.
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AFTER ENTERING AN ADDRESS
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Last
Destinations.
2. A list of destinations you have previously navigated to will appear. Tap on the
destination to add to your FAVORITES LIST. Do not tap the Start Navigation button!
3. Tap the Options button.
4. The options menu will appear. Tap the Save as Favorite button.
5. The SAVE DESTINATION AS... WINDOW opens. Enter the name you would like the
destination saved under and indicate whether it is a home address.
6. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
7. Tap the Start Navigation button to begin navigation to your destination. The map
opens in preview mode.
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FROM THE YOUR CURRENT LOCATION
1. From the MAIN WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap GPS Status.
2. The GPS SETTINGS WINDOW will appear. Tap the Save Position button.
3. The SAVE DESTINATION AS... WINDOW opens. Enter the name you would like the
destination saved under and indicate whether it is a home address.
4. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
SELECTING A DESTINATION FROM THE FAVORITES LIST
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Favorites.
2. Your FAVORITE LIST will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to navigate.
3. Tap the Start Navigation button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
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MODIFYING YOUR FAVORITES LIST
RENAME DESTINATION
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Favorites.
2. Your FAVORITE LIST will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to rename.
3. Tap Options button, then tap Rename button.
4. Enter the name you would like the destination saved under and indicate whether it is
a home address.
5. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
DESIGNATING OR CHANGING A HOME ADDRESS
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Favorites.
2. Your FAVORITE LIST will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to designate as your
home address.
3. Tap Options button, then tap Home Address.
4. The destination will now be saved on the FAVORITES LIST under My Address.
Note: Only one destination from the FAVORITES LIST can be defined as My
Address.
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DELETE A FAVORITE DESTINATION
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Favorites.
2. Your FAVORITE LIST will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to delete.
3. Tap Options, and then tap Delete Destination.
4. The screen will say, “Do you really want to delete this destination?” Tap the Yes
button.
5. The entry is removed from the FAVORITES LIST.
ADD A FAVORITE TO ROUTE
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Favorites.
2. Your FAVORITE LIST will appear. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through
the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to add to your
route.
3. Tap Options, and then tap Add to Route.
4. The destination will now be added to your route.
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LAST DESTINATIONS
The RightWay Navigator saves the last 30 destinations to which you have navigated in
the Last Destinations list. You may select a destination from the Last Destinations list or
add a destination to your favorites.
SELECTING A DESTINATION FROM THE LAST DESTINATIONS
LIST
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Last
Destinations.
2. A list of your LAST DESTINATIONS appears. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll
through the list. Tap the name of the destination to which you would like to navigate.
3. Tap the Start Navigation button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
ADDING A FAVORITE FROM THE LAST DESTINATIONS LIST
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap My Destinations, and then tap Last
Destinations.
2. A list of your Last Destinations appears. Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll
through the list. Tap the name of the destination you would like to save to favorites.
3. Tap Options.
4. Tap Save as Favorite.
5. Enter the name you would like the destination saved under and indicate whether it is
a home address.
6. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
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THE TAKE ME HOME BUTTON
The Take Me Home button enables you to route to your home address with the touch of
a button. Only one destination from the Favorites list can be defined as your home
address.
Tap the Take Me Home button to:
 Immediately route from your current position to your home address.
Note: If your home address has not previously been specified on your FAVORITES
LIST, when you tap Take Me Home, you will be prompted to enter your home
address.
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DESIGNATING A HOME ADDRESS
1.
In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap the Take Me Home button.
2. A message saying you haven‟t entered a home address appears. Tap the OK
button.
3. The HOME ADDRESS WINDOW opens. Enter your home address, then tap the
Home Address button.
4. The selected destination is saved as your home address. On the Favorites list, a
house icon is shown next to your home address.
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THE SHOW MAP BUTTON
Tap the Show Map button to:
 Show your exact location on a map.
 Select a destination using the map.
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SELECTING A DESTINATION USING THE MAP
1. In the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap the Show Map button.
2. Tap
(Destination search).
3. The map opens in Destination Search Mode. Tap on the point to which you wish to
navigate. The destination that you have selected appears under the cross hairs
4. Tap
(OK). The DESTINATION ON MAP WINDOW opens. Detailed address
information for the selected destination displays in the upper left-hand corner.
5. Tap the Take Me There button. The map opens in Preview Mode and shows the
route calculated from your current location to this destination.
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THE START NAVIGATION BUTTON
Tap the Start Navigation button to:
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View map in Preview Mode
View map in Navigation Mode
View map in Destination Search Mode
Show Turn-by-Turn List of directions
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MAP IN PREVIEW MODE
In the Preview Mode, the entire route is visible with a small flag marking the destination.
The route and the estimated travel time are also displayed.
The map opens in Preview Mode after a destination or route has been entered and the
Start Navigation button has been tapped or when the Show Route button has been
tapped for a route.
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An orange triangle shows your current position.
Note: If you display a planned or loaded route and the specified starting
point is not the same as your current location, the current position
may or may not be shown on the preview.
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The route is highlighted in orange. A route with several stages shows information for
each stage.
3
The destination is marked with a small flag. When you have planned or loaded a
route and displayed it, the starting point and each route point is marked with a small
flag.
4
The total distance for the route is shown in a small information box, together with the
estimated trip time and the estimated time of arrival.
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MAP IN NAVIGATION MODE
Tap Start Navigation to view the map in Navigation Mode. When operating in Navigation
Mode, the direction you are traveling is at the top.
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Sign postings to be followed are displayed here.
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The route is marked in orange.
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A triangle in orange shows your current position on the map. The map area
displayed continually changes so that your current position is always centered on
the map.
4
TMC indicator (not available on RW 430)
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The remaining distance to the destination, the estimated duration of the trip, and the
estimated time of arrival are shown.
6
If you are navigating a route with several stages, the remaining distance, estimated
duration of the trip, and the estimated time of arrival for the next interim destination
is displayed here.
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The name of the next stretch of road that you must travel on is displayed in the
upper street field.
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The name of the street you are currently traveling on is displayed in the lower
street field.
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The large arrow field shows a schematic depiction of the next maneuver. The
remaining distance to the junction is displayed below the arrow. As you get closer
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to the junction, a spot diagram, rather than the distance, is shown. The nearer you
get to the junction, the more yellow spots are displayed. (See below.)
If you don't have to change direction for a longer period, you see only a forward
facing arrow. The distance you travel on the road you are on is displayed beneath
the arrow.
Note: Tap the large arrow field to hear current route instructions
repeated.
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When two maneuvers need to be executed in quick succession, the small arrow
field indicates the second maneuver to be executed.
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Posted speed limits (when available) are displayed here.
Note: Some displays only function if the corresponding information is available
on the map.
Note: The displays of many of the above mentioned fields can be configured to
your specifications through Options>Settings>Basic Settings.
TO EXIT NAVIGATION MODE
Tap
(Back) to return to the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW. If you are currently
navigating, you are prompted to confirm your decision to quit navigation.
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MAP MODIFICATIONS IN NAVIGATION MODE
When the map is open in Navigation Mode, tap any point on the map to bring up map
modification buttons.
2D/3D
Tap this button to change between 2D and 3D map view. The symbol for the mode that
is currently set is marked orange.
DAY/NIGHT
Tap this button to changes between "day" and "night" display colors to reduce eye strain.
The symbol for the mode that is currently set is marked orange.
INTERIM DESTINATION
Tap this button to add an interim destination to your itinerary. The navigation system will
guide you to the interim destination, and then continue navigation to your original
destination.
SKIP ROUTE POINT
Tap this button to omit the next route point. This button is inactive when less than 2 route
points are pending. Tap this button again to remove the block.
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BLOCK
Tap this button to block a section of the route and create an alternate path. This is useful
for avoiding navigating around traffic jams and road construction.
POI ON YOUR ROUTE
Tap this button to display POIs on your route. This enables you to find out, for example,
how far it is to the nearest services. A destination shown here can be added as an
interim destination by tapping
(Interim Destination) to the right of its entry in the list.
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MAP IN DESTINATION SEARCH MODE
From either Preview Mode or Navigation Mode, tap
(Destination search) to
activate the Destination Search Mode. In this mode, the map‟s orientation does not
change; north is always at the top of the screen. A pair of cross hairs can be seen when
the map is in Destination Search Mode.
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DESTINATION SEARCH TOOLS
Zoom Out
Use Zoom Out to display a larger section of the map
with fewer details.
Zoom In
Use Zoom In to display a smaller section of the map
in greater detail.
Zoom Mode
When this mode is active, you can plot a map section
with your finger.
 Plot the map section from upper left to
bottom right and it zooms in to fit the size
of the screen.
 Plot the map section from bottom right to
top left, and the map zooms out.
Pan Mode
When this mode is active, you can move the map a
section with your finger. Tap on the map and drag it
in the desired direction.
Entire Route
Zooms the map so that the entire route is visible.
Current Position
Selects the map section shown so the current location
is centered.
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OPERATING IN DESTINATION SEARCH MODE
1. From either Preview Mode or Navigation Mode, tap
(Destination search).
2. The screen changes to DESTINATION SEARCH MODE and displays two cross
hairs. Tap on the point to which you wish to navigate. The destination that you
have selected appears under the cross hairs.
3. Tap
(OK).
4. Buttons with various functions appear. Tap on a button to activate its function.
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DESTINATION SEARCH MODE BUTTONS
Information
Detailed address information for the selected destination
displays in the upper left-hand corner. Tap for more
information about the POI.
Take Me There
Immediately begins navigation to that location. If you are
currently navigating to another destination, it cancels that route
and creates a new route to the selected point.
Interim Destination
Sets the selected point as an interim destination. If you are
currently navigating to another destination, the route is
changed to navigate to the selected point first, then to the
original destination. This function is only active during
navigation.
Set as Destination
Adds the selected point as the last point in the route plan. If no
route plan was open, the selected point becomes the first point
in a new route plan.
Save
Opens the SAVE DESTINATION AS... WINDOW. You can
enter a name for the selected point to be stored in the
FAVORITES list.
Search Nearby
Opens the POI NEARBY WINDOW enabling you to search for
POI destinations near the specified point.
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TO EXIT DESTINATION SEARCH MODE
Tap
(Destination search) to exit the Destination Search Mode and return to the
window from which you started this mode.
TO RETURN TO THE MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW
Tap
(Back) to return to the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW. If you are currently
navigating, you are prompted to confirm your decision to quit navigation.
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THE TURN-BY-TURN LIST BUTTON
From the Map Preview Mode, tap the Show Turn-by-Turn List button to view detailed
directions of the calculated route before starting navigation or at any time during
navigation. The list displays all of the driving instructions in table form.
TO VIEW TURN-BY-TURN LIST FROM PREVIEW MODE
1. Tap the Show turn-by-Turn List button.
2. The TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW opens displaying the driving instructions
calculated for your entire route.
3. Tap
(Back) to close the TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW.
TO VIEW TURN-BY-TURN LIST FROM NAVIGATION
1. Tap the Options button to open the options menu.
2. Tap the Show turn-by-Turn List button.
3. The TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW opens displaying the driving instruction
calculated from your current location to your destination.
4. Tap
(Back) to the close the TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW.
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THE TURN-BY-TURN WINDOW
1
Distance to the junction.
2
Schematic depiction of the next junction where you must turn.
3
Name of the street onto which you must turn.
4
Indicates whether you want to travel on the section of the route.
(Allow) Include this section in the route.
(Forbid) Exclude this section from the route.
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BLOCKING ROUTE SECTIONS
1. In the TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW, tap on the route section you do not want to
travel. The
(Forbid) symbol will appear next to it.
2. Tap
(Modify Route).
3. The navigation system calculates an alternative route avoiding the designated route
sections selected. New driving instructions are displayed in the TURN-BY-TURN
LIST WINDOW.
REMOVING BLOCKS & USING ORIGINAL ROUTES
Section blocks can be removed at anytime. In the TURN-BY-TURN LIST WINDOW, tap
Options, and then tap Calculate the original route.
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THE OPTIONS BUTTON
The Options button allows you to customize your RW 430 GPS Navigator to meet your
specific needs and personal preferences.
Tap the Options button to:
A. Access the Route Planning:
• Create a route.
• Save a route.
• Load a saved route.
• Run a simulation of a route.
B. Go to the GPS Status:
• View current GPS status and location information.
• Save the current location as a destination (GPS reception
required).
C.
Access the Settings:
• Basic Settings.
• Show information on the current map or change maps.
• POI settings.
• View or change route profile information.
D.
View product information.
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GENERAL ROUTING INFORMATION
STARTING POINT
The starting point of a route is the point at which you want to begin your trip. This does
not need to be your current location. For example, if you are planning a route for a
vacation, your hotel could be entered as the starting point.
Note: The starting point is only important if you want to see a planned route
on the map and are not at the planned starting point or do not
currently have GPS reception. As soon as you begin navigation, your
current location is used as the starting point for route calculation.
ROUTE POINTS
Route points are destinations to which you want to navigate on the route.
FLOW NUMBERS
Flow numbers are listed on the left side of the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW. They refer
to the number and order of the destination points on the route. The starting point that
you enter has the flow number "0". The first stage of the trip (i.e. route to the first
destination point) is identified with the flow number “1”. The second stage (i.e. from the
first destination to the second) has the flow number “2”, etc.
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ROUTE PLANNING
CREATING A ROUTE
1. In the MAIN WINDOW, tap Options button, then tap Route Planning button.
2. The ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW opens. Tap Specify Starting Point button.
3. The STARTING POINT menu opens. Tap the button corresponding to the how you
wish you enter your starting point.
4. Enter the starting point. The selected destination appears next to the flow number
“0”, indicating that it is the Starting Point of the route.
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5. Tap the Add Route Point button. The ROUTE POINT menu opens. Tap the button
corresponding to how you wish you enter your destination.
6. Enter the route point, and then tap the Add button. The selected destination appears
next to the flow number “1”, indicating that it is the first stage of the route.
7. Repeat steps 5 & 6 for each additional destination that you want to add to the route.
8. Tap Show Route button after all route points have been added.
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CHANGING THE STARTING POINT OF A ROUTE
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, tap flow number “0” (the starting point).
2. The STARTING POINT menu opens. Tap the button corresponding to how you wish
to enter your new starting point.
3. Enter the new starting point. The selected destination appears next to the flow
number “0”, indicating that it is the new Starting Point of the route.
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CHANGING THE ORDER OF ROUTE POINTS
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, tap the route point you want to change.
2. A menu will appear with route management options:
Route Point Up
Moves the selected route point up one stage.
Example: Route Point 2 becomes Route Point 1
Route Point Down
Moves the selected route point down one stage.
Example: Route Point 2 becomes Route Point 3
3. Tap the button corresponding to the change you would like to make. The route point
changes will be made.
4. Tap the highlighted route point to return to close the route management options and
return to the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW.
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DELETING A ROUTE POINT
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, tap the route point you want to change.
Note: The starting point (flow number “0”) cannot be moved or deleted.
2. A menu appears with the following route management options:
3. Tap
(delete).
4. A screen will appear asking, “Do you really want to delete this interim destination?”
Tap Yes.
5. The route point will be deleted and the flow numbers of the route adjust accordingly.
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SAVING ROUTES
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, tap Options.
2. A menu will appear. Tap Save Route.
3. Using the alphabetic keyboard, enter a name for the route. Tap Save.
4. The route is saved to the SAVED ROUTES list under the name you entered.
Note: Only the start point and route points are saved. The calculated route is
not. If you load a route that has been saved, it must be recalculated
before navigation can begin.
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USING SAVED ROUTES
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, tap Options.
2. A menu will appear. Tap the Saved Routes button.
3. The SAVED ROUTES list will appear. Tap the route you would like to select.
4. Tap the Load Route button. The ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW displays the starting
point and the route points of the selected route
5. Tap the Show Route button. The map opens in Preview Mode.
Note: Only the start point and route points are saved. The calculated route is
not. If you load a route that has been saved, it must be recalculated
before navigation can begin.
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SHOW ROUTE
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, after either loading a saved route or entering
your route points, tap Show Route button.
2. The map opens in Preview Mode.
The starting point and the route points are marked by flags.
For each stage, the distance and the estimated trip time is given. This information is
also displayed for the entire route.
3. After the route is calculated, you can show the route Turn-by-Turn, Start Navigation,
or view a simulation of the route.
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RUN A SIMULATION OF A ROUTE
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, after either loading a saved route or entering
your route points, tap Show Route button.
2. The map opens in Preview Mode. Tap Options.
3. A menu will appear. Tap Simulation.
4. The route is calculated and a simulation of the route is seen and heard.
Note: GPS signal reception is not required for simulation.
Note: Simulations are restricted to routes of a maximum of 90 miles.
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VIEWING ROUTE PROFILE
The calculation of a route is based on route options which are found in the Route Profile.
The Route Profile settings can be modified to meet your specifications.
1. In the ROUTE PLANNING WINDOW, after either loading a saved route or entering
one route point, tap Show Route button.
2. The map opens in Preview Mode. Tap Options.
3. A menu will appear. Tap Route Profile.
4. The first page of the ROUTE PROFILE WINDOW will appear. There are 2 pages of
route profile options. To move between pages tap
(next page).
(previous page) and
3. For each setting there is a
(Help) button. When you tap it, you see a precise
explanation of the corresponding setting.
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4. Each setting also has either a
(toggle) button or a
(list) button.
Tap
(toggle) to alternate between two or three different values. The
selected value will be in white.
Tap
(List) to view a list of available choices for the setting. From the list,
tap your selection, and then tap OK.
5. Tap the Done button to save changes you have made and return to Map Preview
Mode.
Tap the Cancel button to discard any changes you have made and return to
the Map Preview Mode.
Note: Route Profile may also be viewed and changed through the
SETTINGS WINDOW.
Note: Once options are changed, they remain in effect for all subsequent
navigation.
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GPS STATUS
GPS Status provides an overview of the data received by the GPS via satellite that the
navigation software uses in calculating routes.
Tap the GPS Status button to:


View GPS data (longitude, latitude, altitude, etc.)
Save current position
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VIEW GPS DATA
1. From the MAIN WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap GPS Status.
2. The GPS SETTINGS WINDOW will appear.
From this window you can determine:
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
Longitude
Latitude
Altitude
Direction traveling
Satellites (need 3 to navigate)
HDOP (measure of accuracy of the GPS receiver)
Speed currently traveling
SAVE CURRENT LOCATION
1. From the MAIN WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap GPS Status.
2. The GPS SETTINGS WINDOW will appear. Tap the Save Position button.
3. The SAVE DESTINATION AS... WINDOW opens. Enter the name you would like the
destination saved under and indicate whether it is a home address or not.
4. Tap Save. The destination will be added to the Favorites List under the name you
entered.
Note: The save position icon will not be highlighted if you not currently
on a road.
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NO GPS RECEPTION
When GPS signal is interrupted, the following screen appears:
When this message appears, you have the following options:

Wait for reception.
When GPS reception is sufficient for determining position, the route will be
automatically recalculated and you can begin navigation.

Tap the Cancel button.
The MAIN WINDOW will open and your destination is saved in the LAST
DESTINATIONS list. This options enables you to use other functions of the
RightWay Navigator while waiting for GPS reception.

Tap the Demo button.
A simulated route is calculated using the last known position as a starting
point.
Note: The very first time you use the RightWay Navigator, it can take up to 10 minutes
to initialize the GPS. After the first time, GPS reception should start within one
minute of turning on the device. If the navigation device has been switched off
for more than a week, the next initialization can take up to 5 minutes.
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CUSTOMIZING YOUR UNIT
The RightWay 430 Navigator allows users to customize their unit to fit their specific
needs though the Options Menu, which includes basic settings, POIs, the current map
and the route profile. These screens contain a lot of information and appear very busy,
but are easy to navigate once you understand how they are organized.
A SETTINGS PAGE & ITS PARTS
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MOVING BETWEEN PAGES
When there is more than one page of options to choose from, tap
and
(previous page)
(next page) to move between the pages.
VIEWING INFORMATION ABOUT A SETTING
1. Tap the
2.
(Information) button.
A precise explanation of the corresponding setting appears on the screen.
3. Tap OK to return to the settings screen.
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VIEWING A LIST OF OPTIONS FOR A SETTING
Some settings have several values from which to choose. To view a list of options for a
setting:
1.
Tap
(List) in the category you wish to see the options for.
2.
A list of choices for the setting will appear. The current setting will have an orange
button next to it. From the list, tap your selection, and then tap OK.
3. The list closes and your new selection will be is displayed.
TOGGLING BETWEEN OPTIONS
Some settings can only accept two or three different values. The selected value is
shown in white while the alternate values are grey.
Tap
(toggle) to alternate between two or three different values.
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SAVING YOUR CHANGES
After changing an option, tap the Done button to save your changes.
Note: Once options are changed, they remain in effect for all subsequent
navigation!
CANCELING YOUR CHANGES
Tap the Cancel button at any time to discard the changes you have made and return to
the SETTINGS WINDOW.
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BASIC SETTINGS
SETTING WHICH CAN BE CHANGED
The following is a list of settings which can be modified.
2D Auto-zoom
2D Map: Orientation
2D Map: Show Street
Names
Brightness Day
3D Auto-zoom
3D Map: Show Street
Names
Brightness Night
Coordinate Format
Display Compass
Distance Units
Info When Crossing
Borders
Language
Menu Animation
Navigation View
Show Altitude & Speed
Show Duration of
Journey
Show Lanes
Show Remaining
Distance
Show Signs
Show Speed Limits
Show Time of Arrival
Speak Street Names
Speed-Dependent Volume
Time Format
Warn Against Certain
Speed Limits
Warnings Outside Urban
Areas
Warnings Within Urban
Areas
Zoom Factor
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CHANGING BASIC SETTINGS
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, Settings, and then tap Basic
Settings.
2. The first page of the BASIC SETTINGS WINDOW will appear. There are 6 pages of
basic settings.
To move between pages tap
(previous page) and
(next page).
3. For each setting there is an
(Help) button. When you tap it, you see a precise
explanation of the corresponding setting.
4. Each setting also has either a
(toggle) button or a
(list) button.
Tap
(toggle) to alternate between two or three different values. The
selected value will be in black.
Tap
(List) to view a list of available choices for the setting. From the list,
tap your selection, and then tap OK.
5. Tap the Done button to save any changes you have made and return to the
SETTINGS WINDOW.
CANCELING CHANGES
Tap the Cancel button to discard any changes you have made and return to the
SETTINGS WINDOW.
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BASIC SETTINGS & THEIR OPTIONS
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Setting Category
Language
Options
English
Default
English
Spanish
French
Speak Street
Names
Yes
Speak street
names
No
2D Zoom Factor
No Automatic Zoom
Standard
Smaller Map Section
Standard
Larger Map Section
3D Map: Show
Street Names
Yes
No
Yes
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Setting Category
2D Map: Show
Street Names
Options
Yes
Default
Yes
No
2D Map:
Orientation
Always North
In Direction of
Travel
In Direction of Travel
Show Altitude and
Speed
Yes – show altitude & speed
Display Compass
Yes – display compass
Yes
No – do not show altitude & speed
No – do not display compass
No
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Setting Category
Show Remaining
Options
Yes – show remaining distance to destination
and, if applicable, interim destinations
Default
Yes
Distance
No – do not show remaining distance
Show Duration of
Journey
Yes – show remaining travel time to destination
and, if applicable, interim destinations
No
No – do not show remaining travel time
Show Time of
Arrival
Yes – show arrival time at destination
Info When Crossing
Borders
Yes – display local speed restrictions when
crossing a national or country border
Yes
No – do not show arrival time at destination
No – do not display local speed restrictions
when crossing a national or country border
Yes
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Setting Category
Show Speed Limits
Options
Yes – always show speed limit
Default
Yes
Only if exceeding – show speed limit only when
exceeding speed limit
No – do not show speed limit
Warnings Within
Urban Areas
Warnings Outside
Urban Areas
Warn Against
Certain Speed
Limits
Do not warn
10 mph too fast
5 mph too fast
15 mph too fast
Do not warn
10 mph too fast
5 mph too fast
15 mph too fast
Yes – warn of speed restrictions that apply in
special circumstances (rain, snow, certain
times of day, etc.)
No – do not warn of speed restrictions that
apply in special circumstances
5 mph too fast
10 mph too fast
No
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Setting Category
Menu Animation
Options
Yes – menus are animated
Default Setting
Yes
No – menus pop up
Distance Units
Kilometers
Miles
Miles
Time Format
24h – military time
12h (am/pm)
12h (am/pm)
Coordinate Display
Yes
No
Yes
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Setting Category
Coordinate Format
Options
Decimal coordinates
(e.g. 16,5425°)
Coordinates in minutes & seconds
(e.g. 16°32‟33‟‟‟)
Brightness Day
Degree of brightness for the display in the “day”
mode.
Default
Minutes &
Seconds
(e.g. 16°32‟33‟‟‟)
8 boxes
1 box (dim)
8 boxes (most bright)
Brightness Night
Degree of brightness for the display in the
“night” mode.
3 boxes
1 box (dim)
8 boxes (most bright)
Speed-Dependent
Volume
Volume automatically increases as your speed
increases.
No
Low Amplification
High Amplification
No
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CURRENT MAP SETTING
The RightWay 430 GPS Navigator comes with maps allowing you to navigate in the United
States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The default setting is the USA &
Canada map. If you are navigating in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands
you will need to change the current map.
CHANGING MAPS
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap Current Map.
2. The CURRENT MAP WINDOW will appear displaying the map currently being used.
Tap the List button.
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3.
A list of available maps is shown with a small button next to each. The orange
button indicates the current map selection. Tap the map you would like to switch to.
4. The orange button should switch to the map you tapped. When the correct map has
the orange button next to it, tap OK.
5.
The CURRENT MAP WINDOW will appear displaying the new map selection. Tap
the Done button to begin using the maps for navigation.
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POI SETTINGS
The RightWay 430 GPS Navigator has over 1.7 million POIs (points-of-interest) available for
your use. The POI setting button enables you to select the POI categories to be shown on
the map as well as designate POI categories to be used for direct access.
POI Categories
Airport
ATM
Bank
Border Crossing
Business Facility
Car Dealer
Car Rental
Culture
Exhibition
Gas Station
Government Office
Health Care
Hotel or Motel
Marina
Motorcycle Dealer
Parking
Post Office
Public Phone
Public Toilet
Railway Station
Religion
Restaurant
School & Education
Shopping Center
Sports
Tourist/Nature
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SELECTING POI CATEGORIES SHOWN ON MAP
1.
From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, then tap Settings, then tap
POI.
2. The POI SETTINGS WINDOW will appear. Tap Categories Shown.
3. A list of POI categories is shown with a box next to each.
Boxes with checkmarks are the categories selected to be shown on the map.
Boxes without checkmarks are categories that will not be shown on the map.
Check or uncheck boxes by tapping the category. Use
(Down) to scroll through the list.
(Up) and
4. Tap the OK button to save your selections and return to the POI SETTINGS
WINDOW.
5. Tap the Done button to save the changes you have made or tap Cancel to discard the
changes and return to the SETTINGS WINDOW.
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SELECTING DIRECT ACCESS POIS
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, then tap Settings, then tap
POI.
2. The POI SETTINGS WINDOW will appear. Tap Direct Access 1.
3. A list of POI categories is shown with a small button next to each category. The
orange button indicates the POI selected for direct access.
Use
(Up) and
(Down) to scroll through the list. Tap the category
you would like to designate as one of the three quick access buttons.
4. Tap OK button to save your selections and return to the POI SETTINGS WINDOW.
5. Follow the same procedure for Direct Access 2 and Direct Access 3.
Tap the Done button to save any changes you have made or tap Cancel to discard the
changes and return to the SETTINGS WINDOW.
Note: Default settings are Gas Station, Parking and Restaurants.
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ROUTE PROFILE SETTINGS
Route Profile Settings Which Can Be Changed
Calculate the Next Stage
Ferries
Highways
Speed Profile
Toll Roads
Type of Route
U-Turns
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CHANGING ROUTE PROFILE OPTIONS
1. From the MAIN NAVIGATION WINDOW, tap Options, and then tap Settings.
2. Tap Route Profile. The first page of the ROUTE PROFILE WINDOW will appear.
There are 2 pages of route profile options. To move between pages tap
(previous page) and
(next page).
3. For each setting there is an
(Help) button. When you tap it, you see a precise
explanation of the corresponding setting.
4. Each setting has a
(toggle) button to alternate between two or three different
values. The selected value will be in black.
5. Tap the Done button to save any changes you have made and return to the
SETTINGS WINDOW.
CANCELING CHANGES
Tap the Cancel button to discard any changes you have made and return to the
SETTINGS WINDOW.
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ROUTE PROFILE SETTINGS & THEIR OPTIONS
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Category
Speed Profile
Options
Type of transportation being used. Important for
calculating route & arrival times.
Default
Car
Car
Bicycle
Pedestrian
Type of Route
Fast route-Favors use of fast roads (interstate/highway)
Optimum
Route
Optimum route-Combination of Fast & Short Routes
Short route-Geographically shortest route (distance)
Highways
Allow – can be used
Allow
Avoid – only use if there is no other option
Forbid – cannot be used
Toll Roads
Allow – can be used
Avoid – only use if there is no other option
Forbid – cannot be used
Allow
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Category
Ferries
Options
Allow – can be used
Default
Allow
Avoid – only use if there is no other option
Forbid – cannot be used
Calculate the Next
Stage Automatically
This setting only applies if you are navigating a route
with several stages. Determine how, after reaching a
certain route point, the next stage should be calculated.
Automatically
Automatically
On request
U-turns
Not following a navigation instruction may result in the
route being recalculated. Should the recalculation
include a U-turn?
Yes – guided back to the original route after making a
U-turn
No – a new route is calculated to the destination where
hopefully no U-turn will be required
No
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BONUS PROGRAMS
In addition to superior GPS navigation, the RightWay 430 GPS Navigator allows users to
listen to music, watch movies, read e-books, and view photos stored on a memory card.
The following sections will provide information on using the bonus programs and the
features available.
Music Player
Navigation
Movie Player
E-Book
Reader
Settings
Photo Viewer
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MEMORY CARD
The music, books, videos, and/or pictures used with these programs need to be stored
on a storage or memory card (i.e. SD card). A memory card is not included with the RW
430 GPS Navigator package.
SD cards may be purchased at most stores carrying electronic devices and come in a
wide range of capacity. Please follow the directions that come with your card for saving
items to an SD card.
INSERTING A MEMORY CARD
1. Locate the notched end of the memory card. This is the end to insert into the
memory slot.
2. Locate the memory card slot on the right side of the RW 430.
3. With the memory card label facing front (i.e. same side as the screen) and the
notched end of the card at the top, gently slide the card into the device, until it locks
into place.
Note: When the card is locked in place, it will be even with the edge of the
unit and not sticking out.
Note: Memory cards work best when the contact points of the card (i.e. the
metal parts) are clean and undamaged.
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REMOVING A MEMORY CARD
1. To safely remove the memory card, exit out of any files being used from the memory
card.
2. Gently press the memory card into the device until the lock disengages and the card
pops out slightly.
3. Grabbing the edge of the card, carefully slide the memory card out of the unit and
store in a safe place.
Caution! Removing the memory card while using it may corrupt the files
contained on the card.
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MUSIC PLAYER
The RightWay 430 Navigator allows users to listen to music. It can play MP3, WMA, and
PCM files.
1. Copy the desired music files to a memory card.
2. Insert the memory card into the unit.
3. Tap the Music button to open the music menu
4. The MUSIC PLAYER screen will briefly open, then switch to the window showing the
NANDFlash and the memory card. Either double click on the memory card or
highlight the storage card and tap the checkmark to open the file.
5.
A window will open displaying the music contents of memory card. Either double tap
on the song you wish to hear, or highlight it and then tap the checkmark to open the
file.
6.
The MUSIC PLAYER screen opens and the music begins to play.
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MUSIC PLAYER SCREEN
Action Indicator
(Play or Pause)
Length of
Selection Played
Mute Indicator
Total Length of
Selection
Mode of Play
Indicator
(Shuffle or Loop)
Name of
Selection
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MUSIC PLAYER BUTTONS
List Music*
Loop/
Shuffle
Volume
Previous
Song
Next
Song
Pause/
Play
Mute
*When you tap the Open List button, three additional buttons appear on the screen.
Add Music
to Play List
Back to Play
Music Screen
Remove Music
from Play List
Clear
Play List
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MOVIE VIEWER
The RightWay 340 Navigator allows users to watch movies and videos. It can play MP4,
ASF, WMV, AVI, and DIVX files.
1. Copy the movie and/or video file you wish to view to a memory card.
2. Insert the memory card into the unit.
3. Tap the Movie button to open the movie menu.
4. The MOVIE VIEWER screen will briefly open, then switch to the window showing the
NANDFlash and the memory card. Either double tap on the memory card or
highlight the storage card and then tap the checkmark to open the file.
5. A window will open displaying the movie contents on the memory card. Either
double click on the movie you wish to view, or highlight it and then tap the checkmark
to open the file.
6. The MOVIE VIEWER screen opens and the movie begin to play.
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MOVIE VIEWER SCREEN
Name of Movie
Video Progress
Minutes of Movie Viewed &
Total Length of Movie
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MOVIE PLAYER BUTTONS
Full Screen
Close
Previous
Movie
Mute
Increase
Volume
Pause
Next
Movie
Decrease
Volume
List
Movies*
*When you tap the List Movie button, three additional buttons will appear on the screen.
Add Movie to
Play List
Remove Movie
from Play List
Clear
Play List
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E-BOOK READER
The RightWay 430 Navigator allows users to read TXT files on their device.
1. Copy the TXT file for the book you would like to read to a memory card.
2. Insert the memory card into the unit.
3. Tap the E-Book button to open the E-BOOK READER screen.
4.
Tap the Add Book button.
5. A window will open showing the NANDFlash and the memory card. Either double
click on the memory card or highlight it and tap the checkmark to open the file.
6. A window will open displaying the E-Book contents of memory card. Either double
click the book or highlight it and then tap the checkmark to open the file.
7. The E-BOOK READER opens and you may begin reading.
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E-BOOK READER SCREEN
Title of Book
Current Page Number
Total Number of Pages
E-BOOK READER BUTTONS
Close
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
Jump*
Add Book
*When you tap the Jump button, a new screen will open
enabling you to “jump” to any page in the book.
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USING THE JUMP BUTTON
1. Tap the Jump button.
2. The PAGE NUMBER WINDOW opens. Use the number buttons to tap in the page
number you want to go to, then tap the Enter button.
Back Space
Page
Number
Enter
3.
The E-BOOK READER screen appears displaying the page corresponding to the number
you entered.
Page
Number
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PHOTO VIEWER
The RightWay 430 Navigator can be used to view photos in BMP, JPG, GIF, and PNG
formats
1. Copy the photo files for the pictures you would like to view to a memory card.
2. Insert the memory card into the unit.
3. Tap the Photo button to open the PHOTO VIEWER screen.
b. Tap the Add Photo button.
c. A window will open showing the NANDFlash and the memory card. Either double
click on the memory card or highlight it and tap the checkmark to open the file.
d. A window will open displaying the contents of the memory card. Either double click
on the image you would like to see or highlight it and tap the checkmark.
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e. The image will open on the PHOTO VIEWER screen.
PHOTO VIEWER BUTTONS
Close
Add Photo
Previous
Full Screen
Photo
Next
Photo
Move Image
(when zoomed in)
Rotate
o
Image 90
Zoom In
Zoom Out
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SETTINGS MENU
The RightWay Navigator allows users to make changes to various settings on their
device. Each will be described in greater detail on the following pages. Tap the Close
button at any time to return to the Programs Window.
Calibrate
Touch Screen
Change Language
Navigation
Set Up
Adjust Volume
Scroll to additional
settings options
GPS Status
Adjust
Backlight
Change Stand-by
Time
Change Date, Time &
Time Zone Settings
Provides systems
information
Change color
scheme
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NAVIGATION SETUP
The Navigation Setup button tells the RightWay 430 Navigator the path and file name of
the navigation software. The device is programmed to the proper settings for navigation.
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TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
The Emend Touch Screen button enables you to re-calibrate your touch screen.
RE-CALIBRATING THE TOUCH SCREEN
1.
Tap Settings, then the emerald T-Scr button.
2.
A white screen will appear with a + in the center. Tap the center of the + with
either the stylus or your finger.
3. A new + will appear in a corner, again tap in the center of the +.
4. Repeat the process until the word OK appears on the screen indicating the screen
has been recalibrated. Tap OK to return to the Settings Window.
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LANGUAGE
The RightWay 430 GPS Navigator can be viewed in 18 different languages, enabling you
to chose the language which works best for you.
CHANGING LANGUAGE USED
1. Tap Settings, then the Language button.
2. The language screen will appear. Use the arrows to scroll up and down to view the
list of languages available. Highlight the language you want use, then tap the close
button.
3.
The screen opens featuring the chosen language.
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VOLUME
The volume feature enables you to adjust the volume of the unit and the touch tone.
CHANGING THE VOLUME
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Volume button to open the volume screen.
2. Tap + to make the volume louder or – to make the volume softer.
3. When the volume is at your desired level, tap the Close button.
Softer
Louder
Close
Mute Button
Touch Tone
Volume Options
Note: There is also a volume adjustment dial on the left side of the unit.
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GPS STATUS
The GPS Status button enables you to view information about the GPS, its function and
your current location.
VIEWING THE GPS STATUS MENU
1. Tap Settings, then the GPS Status button.
2. The GPS Status window opens showing the number and strength of the satellite
signals. Tap the T button.
3. The full GPS STATUS MENU screen appears. Tap the button next to the type of
information or action you would like.
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RESET THE GPS
If you are having trouble acquiring a GPS fix, sometimes it is helpful to reset the GPS
and have it begin searching for satellites again. Tap the T button next to the words „GPS
Reset‟ to reset the GPS.
GPS DATA FROM SATELLITE
Tap the satellite icon to bring up the GPS DATA screen. This shows the NMEA message
being received from the satellites. The GPS receiver then translated this message into
usable information.
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GPS SIGNAL
Tap the bar graph icon to view the GPS SIGNAL screen. This screen shows how many
satellites you are currently receiving information from. The GPS receiver needs
information from at least three satellites to acquire a fix.
LONGITUDE, LATITUDE, ALTITUDE & UTC
Tap the grid icon to see your current longitude, latitude and altitude. It also shows the
UTC or Universal Time Code. which is another way of saying Greenwich Mean Time.
Note: UTC is another way of saying Greenwich Mean Time, which is near
London, England. To determine the time where you are, subtract the
appropriate number of hours from the UTC.
Time Zone
Subtract
Eastern
5 hours
Central
6 hours
Mountain
7 hours
Pacific
8 hours
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BACKLIGHT
The backlight feature enables you to adjust the brightness of the screen and designate
the length of time to wait before shutting down the back light.
CHANGING THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE SCREEN
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Backlight button to open the backlight screen.
2. Tap + to make the screen brighter or – to make the screen darker.
3. When the screen is the brightness you want, tap the Close button.
Darken Screen
Brighten Screen
Close
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CHANGING THE BACKLIGHT SHUT DOWN TIME
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Backlight button to open the backlight screen.
2. Scroll up and down to find the option that suits your needs best. Highlight that
option, and then tap the Close button.
Close
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
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POWER
The Power button allows you to adjust the length of the stand-by time to meet your needs.
Simply highlight your choice and tap the close button.
CHANGING THE STAND-BY TIME
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Power button to open the power source screen.
2. Scroll up and down to find the option that suits your needs best. Highlight that
option, and then tap the Close button.
Close
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
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TIME
The Time button enables you to modify the date, time, or time zone displayed by your unit.
CHANGING THE TIME OR TIME ZONE
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Time button to open the Time & Date screen.
2. Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the date and time options. Use the right
and left arrows to scroll through the time zone options.
3. When the screen displays the desired date, time and/or time zone, tap the Close button.
Date
Time
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
Scroll Left
Time Zone
Scroll Right
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Note: The time is displayed in military time. In military time, the hours are numbered
from 00 – 24 instead of 12 hours AM and 12 hours PM. Using the military
time system, any number smaller than 12 is AM while any number larger
than 12 is PM. So 01 would be 1 AM and 13 would be 1 PM. The minutes
are the same as regular time. To convert military time to regular time,
subtract 12 from any number over 12. If the time reads 18:40, that means it
is 6:40 PM. (18 – 12 = 6)
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SYSTEM
The System button enables you to view information specific to your unit, such as the ID
number and availability of memory.
When you tap the System button, the following screen will appear.
Note: Tapping „Initial Setup‟ will cause a factory reset, losing any information or
settings you have made.
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SKIN
Skin refers to the background color(s) of the unit. There are two choices for the skin color:
black or light green. Light green is the default setting.
CHANGING THE COLOR SCHEME
1. Tap the Settings button, then the Skin button to open the Skin screen.
2. Highlight your choice of skin, and then tap the Close button.
3. The screen opens in the selected skin.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHY WON‟T MY UNIT TURN ON?
The power button must be held down for 3 seconds for the unit to turn on. Typically the
problem when a unit will not turn on is that it is locked. Check the lock/unlock switch on
the right side of the device. It must be in the unlocked position. If that isn‟t the problem,
check the power. Does the battery need to be charged? When connected to the power
cord does the charging light come on? If the unit still does not turn on, press the reset
button on the back of the unit to the left of the speaker.
WHY AM I UNABLE TO GET A GPS SIGNAL OR FIX?
The very first time you use the RightWay 430 GPS navigator, it can take up to 10
minutes to initialize the GPS. After the first time, GPS reception should start within 1
minute of turning on the device. If the navigation device has been switched off for more
than 1 week, the next initialization can take up to 5 minutes. For the GPS to properly
receive satellite data it needs a clear view of the sky. The most common limitations to
receiving GPS signals are urban canyons, tunnels and metallic surfaces. Most of the
time, this isn‟t an issue. If you are experiencing difficulty, place your unit near the
rearview mirror.
WHY DOES MY UNIT SOMETIMES MAKE A POPPING OR STATIC
LIKE NOISE?
The popping/static noise comes from interference with cell phones. It doesn‟t impact the
unit or its performance. If the occasional noise is bothersome, either turn the cell phone
off or move the unit further away from the phone.
WHY DOES MY UNIT ONLY ACCEPT EVERY OTHER LETTER
ENTERED FOR AN ADDRESS?
The RW 430 has predictive text which enables it to search its data bases for possible
matches after each letter or number is entered. While searching its data bases, the unit
doesn‟t register the input of another character. So if you are entering information quickly,
it appears to only accept every other letter or number. When entering characters, pause
slightly after each entry to allow time for the data base search.
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WHY DOES MY UNIT SOMETIMES MISS ANNOUNCING THE
STREET NAME?
When one turn immediately follows another, the name of the second street is not
announced. This is to ensure you have the information needed to make the correct turn.
WHY DOESN‟T THE UNIT ACCEPT THE STREET I AM
ENTERING? WHY CAN‟T I FIND MY ADDRESS?
Most often when this occurs, you are in the wrong search area. The address screen
assumes the search area is the same as the previous address entry. So if your last
designated search area was Illinois, then the current search area is Illinois. To change
your search area:
1. Tap the Search Area button. The SEARCH AREA WINDOW opens.
2. Use the alphabetic keyboard to enter the state or province you wish to
navigate to or within.
3. Either tap your selection on the list or highlight it and tap the checkmark.
4. The Search Area button displays the code for the newly selected destination
area.
MY DEVICE PROVIDED ME A ROUTE THAT WAS DIFFERENT
THAN THE ONE I WOULD ORDINARILY EXPECT THE SYSTEM
TO SELECT. WHY IS THAT?
GPS navigators rely on the quality of navigation software and maps, and the complex
interaction between then. The Route Profile setting determines the routing. The Fastest
Route setting relies on fast roads such as interstates and highways. This is not
necessarily the shortest route. The Shortest Route setting relies on the shortest distance
between two points, which may or may not be the fastest. The Optimum Route setting is
a blend of both the shortest and fastest routes.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEARCHING FOR A POI
NEARBY AND SEARCHING FOR A POI NEAR A DESTINATION?
POI nearby searches for destinations located within a given radius of your current
location. This feature is useful for locating destinations such the next gas station or
closest hospital.
POI near a destination searches for destinations located within a given radius of a
specified location. This feature is helpful for planning trips and does not require satellite
reception.
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TECHNICAL SPCIFICATIONS
Dimensions
5” × 3¼” × ¾”
Weight
8 oz.
Operating conditions:
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
-10°C to +45°C
-20°C to +70°C
0% to 90%, non-precipitating
CPU
Samsung ARM9 400 MHz processor
Operating System
Microsoft Windows® CE Net 5.0
Display
4.3” LCD-Color display
Resistive Touch-Panel
480 x 272 pixels (WQVGA)
Landscape format
Memory:
Internal
Memory slot
GPS
(W × H × D)
64 MB RAM
2GB NAND flash
SD card (not included)
Built-in SiRF III GPS, 20 channels
Built-in antenna
Input/Output
Keyboard
Loudspeaker
Headset
Memory card
USB
Battery:
Type
Period of operation:
Working mode
Sleeping mode
Charging
Electronic
Duration
Car charger cable
Input
Output
Multi-media
Audio
E-Book
Photo Viewer
Video
Software keyboard
Built-in
3.5 mm phone jack
SD, MMC
USB 1.1
1150 mAh Lithium-ion
rechargeable
avg. 3 hrs
avg. 180 hrs
Built-in
Approx. 3 hours
24V DC
5V 1A DC
MP3, WMA, PCM
TXT
BMP/JPG/GIF/PNG
MP4, ASF, WMV, AVI, DIVX
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END USER’S LICENSE AGREEMENT
DO NOT OPERATE THIS PRODUCT WHILE DRIVING. PARK THE VEHICLE
SAFELY FIRST. RIGHTWAY GPS, ITS DEALERS, SUPPLIERS AND
DISTRIBUTORS DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT
IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR THAT MAY
VIOLATE THE LAW. RIGHTWAY GPS, ITS DEALERS, SUPPLIERS,
DISTRIBUTORS DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT
IN DELIVERING MEDICAL AID, TRANSPORTING OF MEDICAL PATIENTS
AND/OR EQUIPMENT, OR TRANSPORTING MEDICAL EMERGENCY
VICTIMS. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT DURING THE TIME OF LOCAL,
STATE OR NATIONAL EMERGENCIES. IF YOU WISH TO OBTAIN VERSIONS
OF A NAVIGATION SYSTEM OPTIMIZED FOR USE IN MEDICAL
EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE COMPANY. WHEN USING
NAVIGATION AID, BOTH HARDWARE & SOFTWARE, IN A VEHICLE, IT IS
YOUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO PLACE, SECURE, & USE THESE AIDS IN
A MANNER THAT WILL NOT CAUSE ACCIDENTS, PERSONAL INJURY, OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR IN ANY MANER OBSTRUCT YOUR VIEW. YOU,
THE USER OF THIS PRODUCT, ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR
OBSERVING SAFE DRIVING PRACTICES. DO NOT LEAVE THE NAVIGATOR
IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT WHEN NOT OPERATING. TO PREVENT THEFT OR
DAMAGE, REMOVE THE UNIT FROM THE VEHICLE OR STORE IT OUT OF
DIRECT SUNLIGHT.
FCC PART 15 COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device is in conformance with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Regulations for
Information Technology Equipment. Operation of this product is subject to the
following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
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TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. LIMITED
WARRANTY
Hardware:
Transplant GPS, Inc. warrants to the original end user (i.e. Customer) that this product
will be free from defects in workmanship and materials, for one year from the date of
original purchase from Transplant GPS, Inc. The provisions of this warranty shall not
apply if, in Transplant GPS, Inc.‟s judgment, the product has been subject to misuse or
neglect, improper installation, damaged in an accident, or repaired or altered in any way
that adversely affects its performance and reliability. Transplant GPS, Inc.‟s sole
obligation under this express warranty shall be, at Transplant GPS, Inc.‟s option, to
replace the product or part with a comparable product or part, repair the product or part,
or if neither repair nor replacement is reasonably available, Transplant GPS, Inc. may, in
its sole discretion, refund to Customer the purchase price paid for the product or part.
Replacement products or parts may be new or reconditioned. Transplant GPS, Inc.
warrants any replaced or repaired product or part, and any hardware upgrade to which
Customer is entitled under an agreement between Customer and Transplant GPS, Inc.
for a period of ninety (90) days from shipment, or through the end of the original
warranty, whichever is longer. All products or parts that are replaced become the
property of Transplant GPS, Inc. This warranty does not cover products sold AS IS or
WITH ALL FAULTS.
Obtaining Warranty Service:
Customer must contact Transplant GPS, Inc. within the applicable warranty period to
obtain warranty service authorization. Dated proof of original purchase from Transplant
GPS, Inc. or its authorized reseller will be required. Transplant GPS, Inc. is not
responsible for Customer products or parts received without a warranty service
authorization. Products or parts shipped by Customer to Transplant GPS, Inc. must be
sent prepaid and packaged appropriately for safe shipment, and it is recommended that
they be insured or sent by a method that provides for tracking of the package. THIS
WARRANTY SHALL NOT BE EXTENDED, ALTERED OR VARIED EXCEPT BY A
WRITTEN INSTRUMENT DULY SIGNED BY TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. WARRANTIES
EXCLUSIVE. IF THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT OPERATE AS WARRANTED ABOVE,
CUSTOMER‟S SOLE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THAT WARRANTY SHALL BE
REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF THE RODUCT OR PART OR REFUND OF THE
PURCHASE PRICE PAID, AT TRANSPLANT GPS, INC.‟S DISCRETION. THIS
WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES (OR CONDITIONS),
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING (WITHOUT LIMITATION), ANY WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF
PROFITS OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH
THE PURCHASER MAY SUSTAIN. IN NO EVENT SHALL TRANSPLANT GPS, INC.‟S
LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE DEFECTIVE PRODUCT.
TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER
PERSON TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE OR USE OF ITS PRODUCTS. TRANSPLANT
GPS, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY IF ITS TESTING AND
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EXAMINATION DISCLOSE THAT THE ALLEGED DEFECT OR MALFUNCTION IN THE
PRODUCT DOES NOT EXIST OR WAS CAUSED BY CUSTOMER‟S OR ANY THIRD
PERSON‟S MISUSE, NEGLECT, IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR TESTING, 25
UNAUTHORIZED ATTEMPTS TO OPEN, REPAIR, OR MODIFY THE PRODUCT, OR
ANY OTHER CAUSE BEYOND THE RANGE OF THE INTENDED USE, OR BY
ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIGHTNING, OTHER HAZARDS, OR ACTS OF GOD. THIS
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER PHYSICAL DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE OF THE
PRODUCT, INCLUDING CRACKS OR SCRATCHES ON OUTSIDE CASING. THIS
WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY WHEN THE MALFUNCTION RESULTS FROM THE
USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN CONJUNCTION WITH ACCESSORIES, OTHER
PRODUCTS, OR ANCILLARY OR PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT AND TRANSPLANT
GPS, INC. DETERMINES THAT THERE IS NO FAULT WITH THE PRODUCT ITSELF.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO ANY MALFUNCTION OR FAILURE OF THE
PRODUCT OR PART DUE TO ANY COMMUNICATION SERVICE CUSTOMER MAY
SUBSCRIBE TO OR USE WITH THE PRODUCT.
Limitation of Liability:
TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. ALSO
EXCLUDES FOR ITSELF AND ITS SUPPLIERS ANY LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED
IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), FOR INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND,
OR FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF
INFORMATION OR DATA, OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, USE,
PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, OR INTERRUPTION OF THIS PRODUCT, EVEN IF
TRANSPLANT GPS, INC. OR ITS AUTHORIZED RESELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND LIMITS ITS LIABILITY TO
REPLACEMENT, REPAIR, OR REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID, AT
TRANSPLANT GPS, INC.‟S DISCRETION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FOR
DAMAGES WILL NOT BE EFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HERE-IN SHALL
FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
Disclaimer:
Some countries, states, or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied
warranties or the limitation of incidental or consequential damages for certain products
supplied to consumers, or the limitation of liability for personal injury, so the above
limitations and exclusions may be limited in their application to you. When the implied
warranties are not allowed to be excluded in their entirety, they will be limited to the
duration of the applicable written warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights
which may vary depending on local law.
Governing Law:
This Limited Warranty shall be governed by the laws of the State of Minnesota, U.S.A.
excluding its conflicts of laws principles and excluding the United Nations Convention on
Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
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