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Samsung DVD-S320 User manual
PLUS S320
User manual
PLUS S320
Introduction
Congratulations on buying the Sapphire Plus Portable Navigator and Fixed Speed Camera location system.
This user manual aims to provide you with installation and operating instructions for the Sapphire Plus.
The Sapphire Plus utilises the very latest Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) technology to provide you with accurate street
level navigation via clear and precise voice prompts as well as alerting you to potentially hazardous stretches of road,
accident black spots and fixed police speed cameras.
The most accurate digital mapping available is provided by
whilst the geographical coordinates of all ‘fixed’
speed monitoring systems and many officially designated accident ‘hotspots’ have been stored on a database provided by
AURATM. The AURA TM Database is the most comprehensive available, providing cover, not only in the UK and Ireland, but
throughout Western Europe as well. The database is constantly monitored and updated by the AURA TM data collection
team, ensuring that you are alerted to every potentially hazardous stretch of road and all fixed speed cameras.
The Sapphire Plus comes with a Micro SD Card that contains the UK & Ireland navigation software. The SD Card can be
activated in seconds by inserting the card into the micro SD slot. When necessary, upgrades to this mapping data will be
made available for you once every twelve months.
As the AURA TM camera database changes daily, regular updates to your Sapphire Plus are required. The Sapphire Plus
connects quickly and easily to your PC so that you can download the database in a matter of minutes (internet connection
required). Please note: In order for the software to be installed successfully, there are certain minimum hardware and
software requirements needed; see the section ‘System Requirements & Downloading’ later in this manual.
Once the database has been downloaded your Sapphire Plus compares your position using its built-in GPS antenna, with
the position of every known ‘fixed’ speed monitoring system and accident ‘hotspot’ alerting you both audibly and visually with
voice alerts and full colour graphics on the units LCD screen ensuring your highest concentration at all times.
Please note that AURA TM updates are subject to a subscription charge. Please refer to the subscription and download
section of this manual for further details or visit www.snooperneo.co.uk
Drive Safely with Snooper!
The Sapphire Plus’s camera location technology has been designed and manufactured to help enhance road safety and is
in no way a licence to speed nor has it been designed as a substitute for concentration. Driving within the speed limit, whilst
carefully observing current road conditions is essential.
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Contents
Page
4 Registering your Sapphire Plus
5 Quick Start Guide to Navigation
7 Start Up – Installing the SD Card
System Requirements and Downloading
8 Downloading the AURATM Camera Database
9 Operating Instructions
Starting Up
Easy Set Up
Screen Settings
11 Brightness
12 Volume
Planning a Route
Find by Post Code
13 Find by City
15 Home
16 Office
17 Recent Route or Clear Route
Find by Favourites
18 Recent Route
Find by Points of Interest (POI)
20 Find by Nearest POI
22 Find by Map
23 Re-Route
Avoid by Road Name
24 Avoid by Range
Clear Avoided Road
Route Description
25 My Favourite Menu
Favourites
26 Recent Destination
User Points
28 Home
29 Office
Configure Menu
Brightness
30 Volume
Change Language
Setup
31 2D/3D/North
MPH/KMH
Arrival Time/Remaining Time
32 Show POI
Auto Scale
Camera Alert
Page
33 Display Cameras
Alert Sound
Mute
34 School
Alert
GPS Status
35 Change Map Colour
Save User Point
36 Version (Hardware & Software)
Route Option
Shortest Time
Shortest Distance
Avoid Tollway
37 Avoid Motorway
Navigate Avoiding Road
Avoid by Road Name
Avoid by Range
38 Clear Avoided Road
Navigate via Location
Change Start Position
39 Summary Screen
Quick Access Menu
Volume
40 Scroll Map
Day or Night Settings
Camera Alerts
Magnify or Reduce Function
Understanding the Mapping Screen
41 Speed Camera Alert Patterns
Fixed Safety Cameras
Risk Zones
SPECs Safety Camera Systems
Saving User Points
42 Troubleshooting - Saving User Points
Fixed Camera Pre-Alert Settings
43 Troubleshooting Sapphire Plus Downloads
45 Specification
Safety
Children
Battery
46 Service Under Warranty
Disposal of Old Electrical or Electronic Equipment
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Registering Sapphire Plus
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ BEFORE USING Sapphire Plus
You must first register your Sapphire Plus before you can perform a download of the AURA™ database to your Sapphire Plus.
Register Online
Go to the official Snooper website www.snooperneo.co.uk and register your unit online. Your unit should normally be activated
within 30 minutes of registration.
Please Note: To register your Sapphire Plus you will need the serial number of your unit and you are required to select a
payment method at the time of registration. Automated payments can be made using most credit or debit cards.
Monthly - Only £2.99 inc vat
Quarterly - Only £7.99 inc vat
Annually - Only £29.99 inc vat
Minimum subscription period 12 months.
Note: This is only applicable to the original registrant of the unit and is non transferable.
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Quick Start Guide to Navigation
1. Take your Sapphire Plus outside so that the GPS receiver can locate your position.
This may take between 15 - 50 minutes the first time. When satellite lock is
achieved, the screen will display your current position on its map in a '3D'
navigation view.
Your position (and direction) is indicated by the
icon.
Tip: To reduce the ‘cold start’ GPS time remain stationary
2. Bring up the main navigation menu by
tapping the centre of the screen.
3. Select
4. Select
Find By
Post Code
Tip: The
and
arrows mean
that there are more options to see on
the screen
5. The following screen will be displayed.
6. If you have the European version of the
Sapphire Plus you will need to select the
first BEFORE typing the postcode. (If the
correct country is already displayed, go to
the next step). Use the arrow keys on the
right of the display to scroll up and down
the country options. Select the country
with your finger.
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8. You will see a standard browser screen, used for entering postcodes.
Enter the full UK postcode using the keyboard and press
IMPORTANT: Use the
postcode.
key to separate the two segments of the
Tip: For a more accurate navigation, you can enter a House number by
pressing
9. Press
and the Sapphire Plus will calculate the
fastest route from your current position to your destination. This should only
take a few seconds and a progress bar
is displayed on the screen.
10. A journey summary screen will then be displayed
Final Destination
Estimated arrival Time
Your current location
Distance to destination
Estimated journey time
Tip: The default route option is set to Quickest Route.
To change the route options refer to section 6 in this
user manual.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically begins to
provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
11. Press
The navigation view will now be displayed, but with the route now highlighted for
you. As you approach a specific turn in the calculated route, the Sapphire Plus
will advise you what to do. For example, "After 200 yards, turn left", followed by
"Now turn left". As you proceed along your journey, following the voice instructions,
you will notice that the navigation view is updated constantly, always showing
approaching roads and junctions and presenting the best route to you.
Tip: If you miss a turn or drive down a wrong road, a new fastest route will
be calculated automatically, based on your new position and direction of
travel, a tone will be heard to confirm re-routing. The Sapphire Plus will
always give you clear instructions that will take you to your chosen
destination.
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Start Up – Installing the SD Card
Before using your Sapphire Plus, you will need to install the micro SD Card included with the device. The micro SD Card
comes complete with a digital map of the UK and Ireland or Western Europe depending on the model purchased and is also
where the AURA™ camera database is stored if you choose to subscribe and download it.
Remove the micro SD card from its packaging and insert it into the micro SD Card slot. Finally switch on the device by
pressing and holding the standby power button for 2 seconds. As soon as the device is switched on, the Sapphire Plus will
automatically synchronise with the micro SD Card. Once the synchronisation is completed, the micro SD Card will not function
with any other device. Your Sapphire Plus is now ready to navigate and the camera database can be downloaded if necessary.
Please note that if the unit does not activate when you press and hold the standby power button for 2 seconds
it may require charging. Refer to the section on ‘Power Connection and Charging’ later in this manual.
System Requirements and Downloading
Before you can begin to download the database onto your Sapphire Plus, you will need to install the Sapphire Plus Updatersoftware provided on the CD ROM.
In order for the software to be installed successfully, there are certain minimum hardware and software requirements needed.
Hardware Requirements
The computer must have an Intel Pentium Class processor or equivalent, a minimum of 32MB of RAM, a monitor with 256
(8 bit) colours or greater, a CD ROM drive, 20MB of free disc space and a spare USB connection.
Software Requirements
The software will only operate on the following Windows based operating systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP or
Windows Vista and will only work with Internet Explorer 6 or Netscape Navigator 6 or above.
NOTE: The Sapphire Plus Updater software does not support Windows 95, 98 or Apple Macintosh operating systems.
Software Installation Instructions
Place the Software CD into the CD ROM or DVD drive. Your PC should automatically open a window displaying the
instructions for installing the software. Follow the instructions onscreen to install the download software
To launch the CD manually: Click on Start and then Run. In the dialogue box that opens click on Browse – another dialogue
box will open. Locate your CD ROM or DVD drive (drive letter is normally D) using the ‘Look in’ option and select ‘Menu’
from the lower portion of the dialogue box. Once you have selected ‘Menu’ click on Open on the explorer box and then OK
on the Run dialogue box.
Please make sure that the operating system installs the new hardware first before installing the Sapphire Plus Updater
software. Once the ‘Sapphire Plus Updater’ software has been installed click ‘Finish’ and then close the CD auto run window.
After installing the software, please re-boot your PC.
Any later software updates or packages can be obtained from www.snooperneo.co.uk. If you have any problems using this
software please call 0870 787 0700 during office hours and select Option 3.
Once the software is installed you are ready to download the database onto your Sapphire Plus. Double left click the
‘Sapphire Plus’
icon, which can be located on your desktop.
When the Sapphire Plus Updater program is run for the first time you will be asked to select your language and then to select
the camera data that you wish to download. Select the data you would like and then click ‘OK’. The software is now ready for
use.
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Downloading the AURA Camera Database
TM
Please Note: You must register your Sapphire Plus before you can perform a download.
Performing a download is simple.
1. Switch on the Sapphire Plus by pressing and holding the power button for 2 seconds.
2. Connect the computer to the Internet.
3. Double left click the ‘Sapphire Plus’ icon
located on your desktop.
4. Left click ‘Menu’ and then left click ‘Download Settings’.*
5. Select the files you wish to download (UK Cameras is selected by default). Once you have selected the files you wish
to download left click the ‘OK’ button.*
6. Connect one end of the USB lead to your computer and plug the other end of the lead into the Sapphire Plus in the socket
marked USB on the underside of the unit.
7. On the screen of the Sapphire Plus select ‘Micro-SD’ in the bottom right hand corner of the display and wait for the serial
number to be displayed on the software.
8. When prompted, click ‘Go’ to start the download. The Sapphire Plus software will then start to download the database
files that you have selected onto your unit. The download process is as follows:
• The software will connect to our database server and download** the database.
• Once the data has been downloaded, the Sapphire Plus will then save the data received.
• The software will indicate that the download is complete and will instruct you to disconnect the Sapphire Plus from your PC.
*You only need to do these steps if you wish to change the data that is downloaded onto the Sapphire Plus. If you want the
download settings to be the same as the previous download ignore these two steps.
**If you have a Firewall on your computer, the Firewall software may inform you that the Sapphire Plus Updater software is
trying to access the internet. Please make sure that you grant/allow/permit access to the Sapphire Plus Updater program
through the Firewall.
Please read the messages supplied by your Firewall software carefully before choosing your option. If you do not allow the
program to access the internet through the Firewall, the download process will fail. Please note: Windows XP SP2 and
Windows Vista come with a built-in firewall as standard.
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Operating Instructions
1. Starting Up
Once you have synchronised the micro SD Card and performed a download
as necessary it is time to perform the first Start Up. First make sure your
vehicle is parked in as open a space as possible, clear of tall trees and
buildings so that the built in GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky above.
Next switch the unit on by pressing and holding the standby power switch
on the top of the unit for 2 seconds.
The unit will then start up and the following warning will be displayed.
Please read the warning and press
to continue.
The Sapphire Plus needs to acquire a minimum of four satellites in order to
work. Once this has been achieved the Sapphire Plus will ascertain your
position and this will be indicated by a green arrow icon on the on-screen
map and the GPS signal strength
will be shown in the bottom right
hand corner of the display. The Sapphire Plus is now ready to navigate.
As the GPS engine and antenna have never been used before, the first ‘Cold’ start can take anywhere from 15 –
50 minutes to establish a satellite connection. Once initialised, subsequent start ups will take less time and
eventually should take only a matter of minutes.
2 Easy Set Up
2.1 Main Menu
When you wish to input a destination or configure your Sapphire Plus press the
centre of display and you will see the main menu.
There are four buttons to choose from:
Navigate to – this allows access to a sub menu for inputting and calculating your
destinations.
•
• My favourite – this allows access to a sub meny for adding and editing your own
stored or personalised routes.
• Configure – this allows access to a sub menu to alter the units settings and to
personalise your unit. (Note: the Golf function is available within this sub menu)
• Exit Navigation – this button will allow you to exit the navigation program and
have access to the other features on the unit.
To exit the main menu press the
button.
To return to the main menu from a sub menu press the
button.
Please refer to the relevant sections in this user manual for more information regarding the features described in this
section.
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2.2 Screen settings
There are a number of map views or different types of information that can be displayed on the screen at any one time:-
3D
2D
North
• Distance to destination
• Estimated journey time
or Estimated time of arrival
between the two.
• GPS Signal strength
• Battery status
To modify the information shown:
• Access the Menu by simply touching the
Sapphire Plus in the centre of the screen.
• Press the
button.
• Press the
icon where you will
see the list of options below.
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- press to switch
• Select the option you wish to change on the left.
• To change a setting, simply press on the tick box to indicate which
option you would like to choose.
• Continue to select each option and select your preference.
• Press
your preferences.
at the bottom of the screen to save
Your chosen settings will now be saved and will appear on the screen
each time you use your Sapphire. If you want to switch between the
Estimated Time of Arrival and Time to Destination during your journey
simply touch the screen where the information is displayed and the unit
will display the alternate setting and vice versa. However each time
you power the device up the original setting will be displayed.
2.3
The Sapphire Plus enables you to adjust the brightness of the display
and save two brightness settings: one for driving during the day and
one for driving at night. To adjust the brightness setting:
• Press the centre of the display to enter the ‘Menu’.
• Press the
• Press the
button.
icon.
To set the daytime brightness select
your finger and then using the
and
by checking the tick box with
buttons to adjust the setting.
To set the
setting, simply check the tick box with your finger and follow the same procedure. Once you have
selected the desired brightness setting press the
button at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The
icon in the bottom right hand corner of the display will return you to the
if pressed but will not store any changes you have made. You need to select the
order to save your changes.
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menu
button in
2.4
The Sapphire Plus volume can be adjusted using this function within the ‘Configure’
menu. To adjust the volume:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press the
icon.
• To increase the volume, press the
icon.
• To decrease the volume, press the
icon.
• To test the volume before saving, press the
icon.
• To reset the volume to the factory default, press the
• Press
icon.
at the bottom of the screen to save your setting.
Note: The
icon in the bottom right hand corner of the display will return you to the
pressed but will not store any changes you have made. You need to select the
order to save your changes.
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Planning a route
There are several ways to plan a route on the Sapphire Plus.
3.1
• Press the centre of the screen to access the Menu.
• Press
• Press
• If you have the European version of the Sapphire Plus, you will need to select
the
first BEFORE typing the postcode. (If the correct country
is already displayed, go to the next step).
Use the arrow keys on the right of the display to scroll up
and down the country options. Select the country with your
finger.
• Press
Enter the full postcode using the onscreen keyboard.
Please Note: The
button on the keyboard is the
‘Space’ key. A space between the two parts of the
postcode MUST be entered in order for the postcode
to be recognised.
• Press the
button on the keyboard.
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menu if
button in
If the following message is displayed
the postcode has been entered incorrectly. Press
and retype the postcode.
• The Sapphire Plus will display a screen showing the postcode and the street name.
• If you know the house/property number of your destination, press the
• Once you have entered the house number press the
button to enter it.
button.
Alternatively, if you do not have a house or building number, you can navigate to a point where two roads meet instead.
• Press the
• Press the
button and select the road.
button.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation,
‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the
parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the
journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination,
estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds
before the unit automatically begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
User advice
By subscribing to and downloading the AURA™ Speed Camera database you
will automatically be alerted to all ‘Fixed’ Speed Cameras and other Accident
Hotspots during your journey ensuring that you are always aware of the correct
speed limit whilst travelling along any particularly hazardous stretches of road.
3.2
If you do not know the postcode but have the street name and the town or city that you
would like to navigate to, then select this option.
Press the centre of the screen to access the menu.
•
• Press
• Press the
icon.
• If you have the European version of the Sapphire Plus,
you will need to select the
first
BEFORE typing the postcode. (If the correct country is
already displayed, go to the next step).
Use the arrow keys on the right of the display to scroll
up and down the country options. Select the country
with your finger.
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• Next press
and enter the city name using the keyboard displayed.
As you begin to input the city name, the Sapphire
Plus will automatically prompt you with a list of
possible matches. If you can see the name of the
destination you are searching for in the lower
window, you can select it easily by pressing that
name with your finger.
If you wish to view the list of possible destinations
in full press the down arrow to the top right hand
corner of the display and a list of cities will be
displayed then select your destination by touching
on it. Use the arrow keys on the right hand side of
the display to scroll through the list.
Press the
keyboard.
• Press
button to return to the
and use the keyboard displayed to type in the street name.
As you begin to input the road or street name, the
Sapphire Plus will automatically prompt you with a
list of possible matches similar to when searching
for ‘City’ described above. When you see the road
you require select it by pressing it with your finger.
• If you wish, you can enter the property number by
pressing
and then typing
the house number on the keyboard.
Once the house number has been selected, press
the
button.
• Press the
button.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start
navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken,
‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’
which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The
‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination,
estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to
complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for
approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
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3.3
You can navigate easily and quickly from a previous journey or destination to your home, by personalising your Sapphire
Plus so that a route can be calculated by pressing just a few buttons.
3.3.1 Setting the ‘Home’ Destination
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
icon.
The first time the
displayed
function is used an information screen is
Press
in the information window to continue, press
edited in My Favourites – refer to section 4.4 on page 32.
to exit. If ‘Home’ has already been set it can be
You can search for your address by using one of the following options:
For using
or
please refer to sections 3.1 and 3.2 on how to use these functions.
Once you have entered the home destination, a new field is available
for you to create a
for the destination.
• Press
and a keyboard will
be displayed with the road name you selected.
• Press the
key to erase this data then input
the new name using the keyboard.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the
home destination using up to a maximum of
sixteen characters.
• Press
once you have entered the name.
Once your home address has been saved, your
Sapphire Plus will be able to calculate a route to this
address.
3.3.2 Using the ‘Home’ Function
To calculate a route:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
icon.
The Sapphire Plus will display details of the destination and offer a ‘Go’
button and a ‘Route Option’ button. Press ‘Go’ to begin your journey.
Note: You can also change the home destination and delete the home destination from this screen.
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3.4
You can navigate easily and quickly from a previous journey or destination to your Office, by personalising your Sapphire
Plus so that a route can be calculated by pressing just a few buttons.
3.4.1 Setting the ‘Office’ Destination
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
icon.
The first time the
displayed
function is used an information screen is
Press
in the information window to continue, press
edited in My Favourites – refer to section 4.5 on page 33.
to exit. If ‘Office’ has already been set it can be
You can search for your address by using one of the following options:
For using
or
please refer to sections 3.1 and 3.2 on how to use these functions.
Once you have entered the Office destination, a new field is available
for you to create a
for the destination.
• Press
and a keyboard will
be displayed with the road name you selected.
• Press the
key to erase this data then input
the new name using the keyboard.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the
Office destination using up to a maximum of
sixteen characters.
• Press
once you have entered the name.
Once your Office address has been saved, your
Sapphire Plus will be able to calculate a route to this
address.
3.4.2 Using the ‘Office’ Function
To calculate a route:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
icon.
The Sapphire Plus will display details of the destination and offer a ‘Go’
button and a ‘Route Option’ button. Press ‘Go’ to begin your journey.
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3.5
or
The Sapphire Plus automatically stores the last route that has been calculated, so that if you wish to return to that address
you do not have to re-input all the details again.
To use this function:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
The Sapphire Plus will now calculate the route to your selected location.
Once a route has been calculated, the
icon is replaced with a
icon.
To cancel a route that you have calculated:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon and then press ‘OK’ on the information box displayed
• Press the
The route will then automatically be deleted.
Please Note: For the
If the
Press
feature to operate you will need to have entered and calculated a route.
icon is displayed a route has NOT been entered.
to scroll to the next screen
3.6
The Sapphire Plus has the capacity to store up to 100 user locations. To add your favourite locations see section 4.1 on
page 29.
To navigate to one of your stored locations:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
icon.
• Press the
• Select the favourite you wish to navigate to from the
list provided.
The information about your chosen favourite is displayed.
• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’ (see Route Options on page 43 for specific instructions).
• To view the location of the favourite, press ‘Map’.
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow located on the bottom right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will
be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the
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journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated
time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
3.7
The Sapphire Plus is capable of storing the last 32 routes that have been calculated, so that if you wish to return to an
address you do not have to re-input the details again.
To calculate a route using this function:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
icon.
• Press the
• Select the recent route you wish to navigate to from
the list provided*.
*A list of your most recent routes will be shown in
chronological order. Use the arrows on the right hand
side of the display to scroll up and down through the list
and select the destination you would like.
• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’ (see Route Options on page 43 for specific instructions).
• To view the location of the recent destination, press ‘Map’.
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow located on the bottom right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will
be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the
journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated
time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
3.8
(Points of Interest)
If you would like to calculate a route to a hotel, airport, restaurant or even a golf course
the Sapphire Plus can calculate a route using its extensive database of POI’s (Points of
Interest).
To navigate using this database:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
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• Press the
icon.
• Press ‘Country’ and select ‘UK’. (If ‘UK’ is already displayed, go to the next step). Use the arrow keys on the right to
scroll up and down the country options.
• Next press ‘City’ and enter the city name using the keyboard displayed.
As you begin to input the city name, the Sapphire Plus will
automatically prompt you with a list of possible matches.
If you can see the name of the destination you are
searching for in the lower window, you can select it easily
by pressing that name with your finger. If you wish to view
the list of possible destinations in full press the down
arrow to the top right hand corner of the display and a list
of cities will be displayed then select your destination by
touching on it. Use the arrow keys on the right hand side
of the display to scroll through the list.
Press the
button to return to the keyboard.
• Press
and enter the category
type using the keyboard displayed.
If you do not know which category to type you can press
the down arrow to the right of the lower window and all
the category types will be displayed in alphabetical order.
Use the arrows to the right of the display to scroll up and
down through the category options. Once you find the
category you are looking for select it with your finger.
•
Press
If the name of your POI is
displayed in the lower window select it with your finger.
Alternatively you can start typing the name to narrow the
options and then select it.
All the fields are now filled in for your chosen POI.
• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’
• To view the location of the POI, press ‘Map’.
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’ (see Route Options on page 43 for specific instructions).
to see more details about the POI.
• Press
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow located on the bottom right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will
be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the
journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated
time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
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3.9
This function will help you to find the nearest POI from either your ‘Current Position’ or a ‘Different Position’ within a
certain radius which can specified up to a maximum of 60 miles.
3.9.1 To navigate using the
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
• Press the
icon.
• Select
• Select the maximum radius you wish the unit to search for (the default setting is
30 miles) and then press ‘OK’
• Enter the category type using the keyboard displayed.
If you do not know which category to type, you can
press the down arrow in the top right hand corner of the
window and all the category types will be displayed in
alphabetical order. Use the arrows to the right of the
display to scroll up and down through the category
options. Once you find the category you are looking for
select it with your finger.
Press the
button to return to the keyboard.
A list of POI’s within the specified radius and category will
be displayed. Use the arrows to the right hand side of the
screen to scroll up and down through the options. When
you find the POI that you are looking for, select it with your
finger
• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’
• To view the location of the POI, press ‘Map’.
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’
(see Route Options on page 43 for specific instructions).
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow
located on the bottom right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be
taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey.
The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take
to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
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3.9.2 To navigate using a
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
• Press the
icon.
• Select
•
Press ‘Country’ and select ‘UK’. (If ‘UK’ is already
displayed, go to the next step). Use the arrow keys on the
right to scroll up and down the country options.
• Next press
and enter the city
name using the keyboard displayed.
As you begin to input the city name, the Sapphire Plus will
automatically prompt you with a list of possible matches.
If you can see the name of the destination you are
searching for in the lower window, you can select it easily
by pressing that name with your finger.
If you wish to view the list of possible destinations in full
press the down arrow to the top right hand corner of the
display and a list of cities will be displayed then select your
destination by touching on it. Use the arrow keys on the
right hand side of the display to scroll through the list.
Press the
•
button to return to the keyboard.
Press
and use the keyboard
displayed to type in the street name.
As you begin to input the road or street name, the
Sapphire Plus will automatically prompt you with a list of
possible matches similar to when searching for ‘City’
described above. When you see the road you require
select it by pressing it with your finger.
Press the
button to return to the keyboard.
Once all fields have been completed you can view the
new position by pressing ‘Map’ at the bottom of the screen.
•
•
Press
Select the maximum radius you wish the unit to search
for (the default setting is 30 miles) and then press ‘OK’
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and enter the category type using the keyboard displayed.
• Press
• Enter the category type using the keyboard displayed.
If you do not know which category to type, you can press
the down arrow in the top right hand corner of the window
and all the category types will be displayed in alphabetical
order. Use the arrows to the right of the display to scroll
up and down through the category options. Once you find
the category you are looking for select it with your finger.
Press the
button to return to the keyboard.
A list of POI’s within the specified radius and category will
be displayed. Use the arrows to the right hand side of the
screen to scroll up and down through the options. When
you find the POI that you are looking for, select it with your
finger
• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’
• To view the location of the POI, press ‘Map’.
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’ (see Route
Options on page 43 for specific instructions).
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow located on the
bottom right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start
navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route
Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the
turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you
the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
3.10
This function allows you to select a destination by simply selecting any road on any area of the map stored within your unit.
To navigate using this facility
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press
icon.
• Press the
The screen will show a section of the map (usually of your
current position with a road selected in red).
• To see a larger section of the map press the
button
to zoom out.
• If you would like to see the map in more detail, use the
button to zoom in.
• By pressing and moving your finger on the screen you can move the map around until you find your desired location.
• When you can see the required destination, simply press on the road of the map you would like to navigate to and the
road name selected will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
•
Press
and then press
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• To start the journey press ‘Calculate’.
• To change the route parameters press ‘Route Option’ (see Route Options on
page 43 for specific instructions).
• To return to the previous page press the return arrow located on the bottom
right hand corner of the display.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation,
‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change
the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions
of the journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your
destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to
complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
Press
to scroll to the next screen
3.11
The Sapphire Plus can recalculate your route by avoiding certain roads or redirecting you by distance. This facility only
becomes available once you have calculated a route.
To perform a re-route:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press twice
icon.
• Press the
You can then choose how you would like to re-route your journey from the selections shown on the display.
In order to use this function on your Sapphire Plus you will need to have entered and calculated a route.
If the
icon is greyed out, a route has NOT been entered.
3.11.1
If you know the road name or road number, you wish to avoid, select this option.
• Press
You will be provided with the turn-by-turn instructions of the route that you are currently
following. If the road you are looking for is not visible, press the down arrow on the right
hand side of the display to see further turn-by-turn instructions.
• Once you have found the road that you wish to avoid, select it with your finger.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’
to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the
route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary
Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to
complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
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3.11.2
If you wish to avoid several roads from the selected route calculated by the Sapphire Plus, then this function allows you to
re-calculate a route over a user defined distance, ranging from 1 mile up to a maximum of 100 miles.
To use this function:
button - the ‘Select avoided range’ page will be displayed.
• Press the
• Select the distance of the range you wish to avoid using your finger.
If you wish to view more range distances then press the down arrow on the right hand
side of the display. Once you have selected the range you wish to avoid the Sapphire
Plus will automatically re-calculate your route.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’
to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the
route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary
Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the
estimated time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
3.11.3
If you do not wish to use the alternative routes offered by the Sapphire Plus and you wish to return to the original
calculated route, press the
button and the original route plotted by the Sapphire Plus will be
restored. Once the re-calculation of the original route is complete the summary screen is displayed. Once the calculation
is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route
Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The
‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take
to complete your journey.
Please Note: If you have already travelled some of the re-calculated route, the Sapphire Plus may produce a
slightly different route from what was originally plotted.
The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically begins to
provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
If the
and
have not been used, this feature is unavailable and the
button will be greyed out.
3.12
After a route has been calculated and the journey has commenced, you can access the
summary display again by using this function.
To view the summary screen:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press twice
icon.
• Press the
In order to use this function on your Sapphire Plus you will need to have entered and
calculated a route. If the
icon is greyed out,
a route has
NOT been entered.
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From the summary display you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be
taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the
journey. The ‘Summary Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated
time it will take to complete your journey.
The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically returns to
providing you with turn-by-turn instructions.
4.0
The 'My Favourite' menu allows you to store destinations that you visit frequently, retrieve recently visited destinations,
modify user points and edit or store your and details without having to enter the destination details each time.
4.1
This function allows you to store a number of your more common destinations. You can store up to a maximum of 150
different destinations.
4.1.1 Add a favourite destination
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
• Press
icon.
You can now search for the destination using the
following options displayed:
To find out how to use these options please refer
to the applicable sections in this user manual.
Once you have entered your destination details you also have the facility to name your destination to make it easier to find.
• Press
• Press the
• Press
and a keyboard will be displayed with the road name of the destination you selected.
key to erase this data then input the new name using the keyboard.
once you have entered the name.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the favourite using up to a maximum of sixteen characters.
4.1.2 Using a favourite destination
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
• Select the favourite destination you wish to use.
4.1.3 Editing/Deleting a Favourite
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the icon.
• Select the favourite destination you wish to edit/delete.
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4.1.4 To delete ALL favourites
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
• Press the
• Press the
icon.
button – an information box will be displayed.
button and ALL the favourites will be deleted.
4.2
This function can be used to delete any or all of the recent destinations that are stored on the Sapphire Plus. The Sapphire
Plus can store up to a maximum of 40 recent destinations.
4.2.1 To delete individually stored recent destinations
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
• Select the recent destination you wish to delete.
You can scroll through the list of recent destinations using
the up, down arrows located on the right hand side of the
display, and select the destination you wish to delete with
your finger.
The information relating to that destination is displayed.
• Press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If the destination selected is not the one you wish to delete you can press the ‘return’ arrow located in the bottom right hand
corner of the display to go back to the list and reselect the correct destination for deletion.
4.2.2 To delete ALL stored recent destinations
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
• Press the
• Press the
icon
button – an information box will be displayed.
button and ALL the recent destinations will be deleted.
4.3
This function can be used to edit or delete any or all user stored locations that you can store in the Sapphire Plus. The unit
has the facility of storing up to 100 user locations. (For further information on saving new coordinates, please refer to the
section ‘Save User Points’ on page 40).
4.3.1 Editing user points
Once a user point has been stored onto the Sapphire Plus the location requires editing so that the correct alert will be given
when you approach the user stored coordinate. To edit the user point:
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
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icon
• Press the
• Select the user point you wish to edit.
You can scroll through the list of user points by using
the up, down arrows located on the right hand side of
the display.
The following screen is displayed.
• Press
Select the
to edit the selected ‘User Point’.
that corresponds to the location.
To see more types press the
on the display.
Please Note: If you select the user point type as ‘SPECs’ the ‘Specs
num’ option becomes available. This option is NOT available for any
other location type.
• Select
to specify the compass direction of the user point.
• Select
to specify the speed limit of the user point.
• Once you have finished editing the user point save your changes by
pressing the
button at the bottom of the display.
The new user point information has now been stored.
4.3.2 Changing the name of your user point
You also have the facility to name the user point to make it easier to find.
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
• Select the user point you wish to edit.
and a keyboard will be displayed with the road name
• Press
of the destination you selected.
• Press the
key to erase this data then input the new name
using the keyboard.
• Press
to store the new name.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the favourite using up
to a maximum of sixteen characters.
4.3.3 Delete individually stored user points
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon
• Press the
• Select the user point you wish to delete.
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You can scroll through the list of user points by using the up, down arrows located on the right hand side of the display.
• Press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If the user point selected is not the one you wish to delete you can press
located in the bottom right hand
corner of the display to go back to the list and reselect the correct user point for deletion.
4.3.4 To delete ALL stored user points
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon
• Press the
button – an information box will be displayed
• Press the
• Press the
button and ALL the stored user points will be deleted.
4.4
To set up and use this function was explained in Section 3.3 earlier in the manual. When this function is accessed from
the ‘My Favourite’ menu, you are able to change the ‘Home’ location (for example if you move house) or to delete the
‘Home’ location.
4.4.1 To change the home location
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
button.
• Press the
You can now search for the new ‘Home’ location
using the following options displayed:
To find out how to use these options please refer
to the applicable sections in this user manual.
Once you have entered your ‘Home’ location details
you also have the facility to name your destination.
• Press
and a keyboard will be displayed
with the road name of the destination you selected.
• Press the
key to erase this data then input
the new name using the keyboard.
• Press
to store the new name.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the favourite using up to a maximum of sixteen characters.
4.4.2 To delete the home location
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
.
• Press
icon.
• Press the
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• Press the
button – an information box will be displayed
• Press the
button and the ‘Home’ location will be deleted.
4.5
To set up and use this function was explained in Section 3.3 earlier in the manual. When this function is accessed from
the ‘My Favourite’ menu, you are able to change the ‘Office’ location (for example if you move house) or to delete the
‘Office’ location.
4.5.1 To change the Office location
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
icon
• Press the
• Press the
button.
You can now search for the new ‘Office’ location using
the following options displayed:
To find out how to use these options please refer to
the applicable sections in this user manual.
Once you have entered your ‘Office’ location details you also have the facility to name your destination.
• Press
• Press the
• Press
and a keyboard will be displayed with the road name of the destination you selected.
key to erase this data then input the new name using the keyboard.
to store the new name.
Please note: You can enter a new name for the favourite using up to a maximum of sixteen characters.
4.5.2 To delete the Office location
• Press the centre of the display to access the menu.
• Press
• Press the
• Press the
• Press the
icon.
button – an information box will be displayed
button and the ‘Home’ location will be deleted.
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To set the
setting, simply check the tick box with your finger for and follow the same procedure. Once you have
selected the desired brightness setting press the
button at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The
icon in the bottom right hand corner of the display will return you to the
if pressed but will not store any changes you have made. You need to select the
order to save your changes.
menu
button in
5.2
The Sapphire Plus volume can be adjusted using this function within the ‘Configure’
menu. To adjust the volume:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press the
icon.
• To increase the volume, press the
• To decrease the volume, press the
icon.
icon.
• To test the volume before saving, press the
icon.
• To reset the volume to the factory default, press the
• Press
icon.
at the bottom of the screen to save your setting.
Note: The
icon in the bottom right hand corner of the display will return you to the
pressed but will not store any changes you have made. You need to select the
order to save your changes.
menu if
button in
5.3
Your Sapphire Plus comes with a choice of voice prompts and alerts in several languages. Changing the language also
changes the language of the menu items as well on the unit. To use this facility:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
• Press the
.
icon.
• Using the left and right arrows search for the voice you require.
• If you would like to listen to a sample of any voices simply press the
button.
• Press
to save your setting.
5.4
The
function allows you to customise the visual information provided by the navigation screen. To alter any
of these settings:
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• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press the
icon.
• Select the option you wish to change on the left.
There are number of different pieces of information that you can have displayed on the
navigation screen at any one time as follows:
5.4.1
This option allows you to select the view of the map that you would like to have
displayed. The 3D navigation view is displayed as the factory default and displays the
map, calculated routes, Points Of Interest and safety camera data (if subscribed to) from a 3D perspective.
This facility customises the map view between:
3D
2D
North
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
5.4.2
This option allows you to switch the information on the Sapphire Plus between imperial and metric measurement.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
5.4.3
This option allows you to display either the estimated time of arrival (ETA) or the estimated remaining time left for your
journey towards the bottom of the navigation screen.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
To save any of the changes press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged you can exit the
bottom right hand corner of the display.
menu by pressing
Your new settings will now be saved and will appear on the screen each time you use your Sapphire Plus.
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located in the
5.5
The Sapphire Plus comes complete with a comprehensive list of POI’s (Point’s of Interest). You can search for addresses
using POI’s and save POI’s in your list of favourites. You can also choose which of the POI’s you would like to have
indicated on your map. As standard ALL POI’s are shown, however this list can be edited within the POI Menu.
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press the
icon.
The screen will now show a list of POI’s stored on your unit with a
box to the left of
each type of POI. Simply press the tick box to select or deselect the POI. A red tick in the
box indicates that the POI will appear on your map, an un-ticked box will remove the POI
from the map view. To scroll through the list of POI’s you can press either the up or down
arrows located on the right hand side of the display.
To deselect all POI’s from the map un-tick the
tick box at the top of the list of POI’s.
To save any of the changes press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged you can exit the
bottom right hand corner of the display.
Press
menu by pressing
located in the
to scroll to the next screen
5.6
Auto Scale is switched ‘On’ by default during manufacture. Auto Scale automatically magnifies the map as you approach
a junction or roundabout, where you may need to make a turning, so that you can see it in more detail.
Auto Scale can be turned on and off as you wish. To change this setting:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press
• Press the
icon.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
To save any of the changes press the
of the display.
button at the bottom
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged you can exit the
the bottom right hand corner of the display.
menu by pressing
located in
5.7
In order for this feature to operate you will need to subscribe to and download the Enigma™ Camera Database
onto your Sapphire Plus. See ‘Registering your Sapphire Plus’ (Page 6) and ‘System Requirements &
Downloading’ (page 9) for further details.
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This function allows you to personalise the camera alert settings that you will receive during operation. To alter the camera
alert settings:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
.
• Press
• Press
.
• Press the
icon.
A list of options are displayed on the left hand side of the screen. To change any of the
settings select the relevant option on the left and a tick will appear next to the option to
confirm your selection.
5.7.1
You can choose between the following options:
A safety camera visual warning will be displayed on the left hand side of the navigation screen as they are
approached.
No fixed speed safety camera warnings are displayed on the navigation screen.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
5.7.2
You can choose between the following options:
The unit will emit an audible alert when you approach a fixed speed safety camera.
No audible alert is emitted.
This function allows you to change the audible camera alert tone to either a
or a
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
5.7.3
You can choose between the following options:
Smart Mute
The unit will only emit an audible tone if you are travelling above the speed limit of
the fixed speed safety camera location**.
The unit will emit a warning irrespective of the speed of the vehicle (the vehicle
must be travelling above 20 mph).
** A visual warning will always be given.
Auto Mute
The unit will provide an audible alert at your set audible level but will then reduce
this alert to a lower level after a few seconds when you are approaching a safety
camera.
Sapphire will continue to emit a tone at a constant audio level until the camera has
been passed.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
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tone.
5.7.4
You can choose between the following options:
Provided you have selected the option to download schools on the Sapphire Plus updater software, this feature
enables the unit to alert you when you are near a primary school*.
The unit will not provide alerts of Primary schools.
Schools are indicated on the Sapphire Plus display by the
icon.
*Please note: The Sapphire Plus will only provide alerts to Primary Schools at the following specified times:
08:30 – 09:30; 12:00 – 13:00 and 15:30 – 16:30.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
To save any of the changes press the
of the display.
button at the bottom
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged you can exit the
the bottom right hand corner of the display.
menu by pressing
located in
5.8
If you deviate from the calculated route, the Sapphire Plus will automatically recalculate a route without any user
intervention. To indicate rerouting is in progress the Sapphire Plus will emit an audible tone.
This function allows you to alter the audible alerts provided during navigation. By default, this option is switched ‘ON’. To
alter this setting:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
• Press
.
.
• Press the
icon.
You can choose between the following options:
The re-route tone will be emitted during recalculation.
No re-route tone will be emitted.
To make your selection, touch the relevant tick box with your finger.
To save any of the changes press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged you can exit the
the bottom right hand corner of the display.
menu by pressing
located in
5.9
You can check the health of the GPS connection of your unit at any time as well as being able to see the exact
coordinates of your current position by using this feature.
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• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
• Press
.
.
• Press the
icon.
Your current GPS status will then be displayed. If you wish to revert the GPS engine to
the factory default, press the
button.
If you wish to exit the
right hand corner of the display.
menu by press
located in the bottom
5.10
This function allows you to choose between the alternative colour schemes that are available for the maps used in your
Sapphire Plus system (several of which are most suitable for use at night). To access this facility:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
• Press
.
.
• Press the
icon.
Use the arrows beneath the map display to cycle through the different colour schemes.
There are nine colour schemes to choose from.
To save the changes press the
button at the bottom of the display.
If you wish to keep the settings unchanged, you can exit the
menu by pressing
located in the bottom right hand corner of the display.
5.11
As mentioned earlier in this user manual you have the facility to store, edit and delete on the Sapphire Plus. (For more
information regarding User Points, please refer to Section 9.4 later in the user manual). Before you can store any user
points onto your Sapphire Plus, you need to activate the button that will allow you to do this.
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
• Press
.
twice.
• Press the
• Press
icon.
to activate it.
To save the changes press the
button at the bottom of the display.
You will now see the
icon displayed on the screen.
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5.13
This option allows you to view the hardware and software version numbers of your unit. To view this information:
• Press the centre of the screen to access the ‘Menu’.
• Press
.
• Press
twice.
• Press the
icon.
Displays the hardware version of the Sapphire Plus.
Displays the current software version of the Sapphire Plus operating system.
Displays the current map version.
Displays the date the Enigma™ camera database was last downloaded*.
*If you do not subscribe to the Enigma™ camera database or the unit has never been downloaded the message
‘No camera data available’ will be displayed.
If you wish to check the reliability of the software data on your SD card then press this button and the Sapphire Plus will
then perform a ‘system check’ to ensure that the SD card information is at optimum efficiency.
6.0
If you would like to personalise your route, press the
button, before pressing
the
button. This will give you a choice of calculating a route that takes the
shortest time or the shortest distance and will also allow you to calculate a route that
avoids any Toll Roads and Motorways if necessary.
There are a number of different options available to enable you to select either the most
efficient route for you to take or to enable you to personalise the route calculated. The
following options are available every time you program a route, whether you search by
Post Code, City or by a POI.
Simply check the tick box with your finger the feature you would like to activate.
The choices are as follows:
6.1.1
This option will calculate a route based on time using a combination of Motorways, ‘A Roads’ and ‘B Roads’ as necessary.
The route is calculated by the Sapphire Plus to navigate you to your destination in the shortest time possible whilst
adhering to the national speed limits.
6.1.2
This option will navigate you to your destination using a combination of roads calculated to cover the least number of
miles possible. It may be the most direct route but it could take you longer to arrive!
Please note: Of the two options described above only ONE option can be selected during the Route Option
configuration.
6.1.3
If you want to calculate a route avoiding any type of Toll Roads, select this feature before calculating your route. Press
again to deselect.
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6.1.4
If you would like to take a more leisurely journey with the chance of a more picturesque view then select the ‘Avoid
Motorway’ option and your route will be calculated accordingly. Press again to deselect.
Please note: The ‘Avoid Tollway’ and ‘Avoid Motorway’ options can be used in conjunction with each other.
Other routing options are:
6.2
Please note: This option can only be used once a route has been calculated. If a route has not been calculated
then this button will be greyed out
.
6.2.1
If you know the road name or road number you wish to avoid, then select this option.
• Press
.
You will be provided with the turn-by-turn instructions of the route that you are currently
following. If the road you are looking for is not visible, press the down arrow on the right
hand side of the display to see further turn-by-turn instructions.
• Once you have found the road that you wish to avoid, select it with your finger.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’
to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the
route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary
Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the
estimated time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
6.2.2
If you wish to avoid several roads from the selected route calculated by the Sapphire Plus, then this function allows you to
re-calculate a route over a user defined distance, ranging from 1 mile up to a maximum of 100 miles.
To use this function:
button - the ‘Select avoided range’ page will be displayed.
• Press the
• Select the distance of the range you wish to avoid using your finger.
If you wish to view more range distances then press the down arrow on the right hand
side of the display. Once you have selected the range you wish to avoid the Sapphire
Plus will automatically re-calculate your route.
Once the calculation is complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’
to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’ to change the parameters of the
route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary
Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the
estimated time it will take to complete your journey.
Please note: The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically
begins to provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
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6.2.3
If you do not wish to use the alternative routes offered by the Sapphire Plus and you wish to return to the original
calculated route, press the
button and the original route plotted by the Sapphire Plus will be restored.
Once the re-calculation of the original route is complete the summary screen is displayed. Once the calculation is
complete you can either press ‘Go’ to start navigation, ‘Simulation’ to see the actual route that will be taken, ‘Route Option’
to change the parameters of the route or ‘Guide’ which will list the turn by turn instructions of the journey. The ‘Summary
Screen’ will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival and the estimated time it will take to
complete your journey.
Please Note: If you have already travelled some of the re-calculated route, the Sapphire Plus may produce a
slightly different route from what was originally plotted.
The summary screen is only displayed for approximately 10 seconds before the unit automatically begins to
provide you with turn-by-turn instructions.
If the
will be greyed out
and
have not been used, this feature is unavailable and the button
.
6.3
If you would like to calculate a route to a destination but want to go via a specific location along the way you can use this
function. Simply input the details of your final destination as usual but press the ‘Route Option’ button in the summary
screen and then select the ‘Navigate Via Location’ button.
You are provided with the following search options:
To find out how to use these options please refer to the applicable sections in this
user manual.
Once you have found the address or location you would like to go to via your route,
press the
button. A red tick is now displayed on the
button.
Now press the
button followed by the ‘Calculate’ button.
If you would like to check the route calculated prior to departure press the ‘Guide’ button
on the Summary screen which will give you a list of each turn by turn instruction from the
start of your journey to the end.
6.4
You can use this function if you would like to calculate a route but from a different location
to the one you are currently at. First input your destination address as normal but when
you reach the Summary page, press the
button.
Now press the
icon. You are provided with the following search options:
To find out how to use these options please refer to the applicable sections in this
user manual.
Once you have found the new starting point, press the
The
Now press the
button.
is now highlighted with a red box.
button and the Sapphire Plus will calculate the route.
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6.5
Summary Screen
The summary screen provides you with the information of your intended route such as
distance to destination and estimated time of arrival for example and gives you the option
of making any changes or viewing the route prior to commencing your journey.
6.5.1
Press the
button and your Sapphire Plus will take you through
the calculated journey step by step with full on screen and voice instructions.
Please Note: If at any time you wish to cancel the simulation press the return
arrow located in the bottom right hand corner of the display.
6.5.2
The
function can be accessed from this page, this allows you to tailor your journey using options such as
or
. Please refer to the
section of this manual for more details.
6.5.3
If you would like to check the turn by turn instructions of the route calculated prior to departure press the
button on the Summary screen.
7.0 Quick Access Menu
A small on-screen Menu can be launched by touching the screen anywhere along the top 10mm of the display.
See diagram on the right.
The quick access menu will drop down automatically. If no other button on the drop
down box is pressed the drop down box disappears after approximately three
seconds.
From this menu you can:
• Zoom closer in, or zoom further out from the map.
• Mute or alter the audio level
• By pressing the like icon you can manipulate the map
• Switch between the 2D, 3D and North views.
• Switch between day and night settings
• Switch off the speed camera location facility.
7.1
Volume Setting
Selecting this option opens the Volume menu whereby you can increase or decrease the audio level of the unit.
Press the
icon.
To adjust the volume, use your finger to press either the
volume or the
button to decrease the volume.
button to increase the
Please note that this new setting is only temporary and if the Sapphire Plus is switched off and then back on the
audio level returns to either the factory default or your personalised setting.
If you press the speaker icon as indicated, you can turn off the audio on the unit
completely.
A
symbol is displayed in the top left hand corner of the display to indicate that the sound has been switched off.
To switch the sound back on press the screen near the top of the display and select the
speaker icon or the volume controls to restore audio on the unit.
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icon. Press either the
7.2
Scroll Map
By pressing this icon you can manipulate the map by touching and moving your finger on the screen.
7.3
Day or
Night Settings
Bright colours are normally used for the mapping display so that you can see the map more clearly, even in bright sunlight.
When it is dark outside however, you may want to switch to the Night Mode as the daytime setting will be too bright.
The navigation view will then be displayed using dark and subdued colours that will not interfere with your night vision.
Use Day to revert to the original colour scheme.
Please note: If you switch the unit off and then back on the display reverts to your previous personalised setting.
7.4
Camera Alerts
(Only applicable if you have subscribed to the Enigma™ Camera Database)
This function allows you to temporarily disable the safety camera alerts. If you press the
camera alert on or off.
A
icon you can turn the
symbol is displayed in the top right hand corner of the display to indicate that the alert has been switched off.
To restore the camera alerts press the top of the Sapphire’s display to show the drop down menu and then press the
icon.
Please note: If you switch the unit off and then back on the display reverts to your previous personalised setting.
7.5 Magnify
or
Reduce Function
The map on the display can be magnified or reduced by pressing on the
menu. This will also show the quick menu at the base of the display.
or
buttons displayed when the drop down
8.0 Understanding the Mapping Screen Distance to next junction or instruction
Whilst navigating a calculated route the Sapphire Plus display will show an orange
information box. This box will tell you the next road you should be travelling on and the
distance to that turn. The screen will also show you either the expected time of arrival
or the time left to go. The distance left to your destination will also be displayed.
The red line on the map indicates the route you will be taking, clearly and precisely.
Next turning or instruction
As you approach the next turning or instruction, the
orange window will indicate the exact action that you
need to take.
For more information on Speed Camera alerts,
refer to the Speed Camera Alerts section of this
manual.
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9.0 Speed Camera Alert Patterns
To enable your Sapphire Plus to alert you to Fixed Speed Cameras and Accident Black spots you will have
to register and download the Enigma™ Camera Database.
9.1 Fixed Speed Safety Cameras
As you approach, a fixed speed safety camera the unit will begin to provide both a voice alert
stating the type of camera you are approaching and the fixed speed limit for that camera and a
visual alert displaying the same information. The unit will also provide an audible tone (either a
Soft or Hard beep depending on your personalised setting) and the Sapphire Plus will provide
updated information indicating the distance to the camera. As you move closer to the camera
the ‘beeping’ will quicken. Once you have passed the fixed speed camera location, the unit will
reset ready to alert you to the next potential accident black spot.
To cancel an alert press the camera alert section of the screen the denotes that the alert has
been muted
9.2 Risk Zones
The alert for a Risk Zone is the same as the Fixed Camera Alert.
9.3 SPECs Safety Camera Systems
Due to the fact that the SPECs camera incorporates a series of cameras that monitor a vehicles
average speed over a fixed distance, a different alert pattern has been devised to ensure that your
concentration is maintained throughout the danger zone.
When approaching the first camera in the SPECs system your Sapphire Plus will begin to alert you at
approximately 700 yards with a display indicating ‘SPECS START’ and emitting an audible alert.
The display will indicate the speed limit at this point and then count down the remaining distance to
the location of the camera. The unit will then emit an audible alert and flash ‘SPECS’ every few
seconds to remind you that you are still within the ‘SPECS’ system.
The Sapphire will indicate the end of the SPEC’s sequence by displaying ‘SPECS END’ and emitting
an audible alert.
If after thirty seconds you do not pass another camera, for instance if you have turned off the road
without passing the last camera in the SPEC’s sequence, the warning will no longer be displayed.
Please Note: If you join a road in the middle of a SPECs series you will automatically get a
visual and audible alert, indicating the type of camera, 300 yards before the first camera that
you pass.
9.4 Saving User Points
If in the unlikely event that you pass the location of a safety camera and your Sapphire Plus does not provide you with an
alert, you have the opportunity to store the coordinates of that location manually.
Simply park safely and as close as possible to the site, then press the
following dialogue box will be displayed.
Press the
icon for approximately two seconds. The
button to store the new location or press cancel if you do not wish to store the new user point.
User Points are displayed on the map as Green Camera icons
For the Sapphire Plus to alert you to a user point correctly the user point will need to be edited with the correct information
such as the user point type and speed. (the direction is saved automatically). Please refer to 4.3.1 Editing User Points for
full editing instructions.
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9.4.1 Troubleshooting – Saving New User Points
When you attempt to save a User Point and the Information window with ‘Save user point?’ is not displayed it means that
the memory in your Sapphire Plus is completely full. If you want to store any different coordinates, you will have to either
delete some or all of the existing coordinates stored in the unit’s memory.
If you have subscribed and downloaded the Enigma™ camera database on to your Sapphire Plus you will be unable to
store User points if your are in close proximity to fixed cameras which are already in the database and are shown as
For more information on deleting user points, please refer to the relevant sections in this user manual.
9.5 Fixed Camera Pre-Alert Setting
The pre-alert setting means that you will receive an audible and a visual alert of a fixed speed camera or risk zone at an
automatically preset distance when utilising GPS. Auto-range simply selects the correct alert distance to each camera
detected depending on the speed limit of the road the camera is situated on. The different alert distances are shown
below.
Detection distances for Fixed Cameras Detection distances for Risk Zones
Speed Limit
20 or 30mph
40mph
50mph
60mph
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250m
300m
400m
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Troubleshooting
PLUS S320
Downloads
If you are having any difficulty in performing a download onto your Sapphire Plus unit it is advisable to refer to the checklist
in Section A first before contacting us.
If you are still unable to perform a download after following all of this checklist then please send an email to
support@snooper.eu stating the nature of your difficulty. To expedite your enquiry please supply as much detail as possible
including your contact details, Sapphire Plus serial number, PC operating system, error codes and any other relevant
information. One of our technicians will reply as soon as possible.
Alternatively you can contact our Technical Helpline on 0870 787 0700 and select Option 3.
This troubleshooting guide is in two sections; Section A is in the form of a checklist that will assist you with resolving
common download problems. Section B consists of a few possible reasons and possible solutions to error messages
that may be displayed by the operating system or the software whilst you are trying to perform a download.
SECTION A
1. Have you registered your Sapphire Plus unit?
You will not be able to download the database unless the Sapphire Plus is registered. If the unit has not been registered, a
message will appear on the software informing you that the device is not enabled. Please telephone our registrations
team on 0870 787 0700 and select Option 1 to register your unit; or alternatively register online at www.snooperneo.co.uk.
2. What operating system are you using on your computer?
The Sapphire Plus download software will only work on the following Windows operating systems: Windows 2000,
Windows XP and Windows Vista.
The software will not work on Windows 95, 98, 98SE and Millennium; Apple Macintosh operating systems are not
supported.
To determine which operating system you have on your computer:
a) Right click on the 'My Computer' icon on your desktop and select 'Properties' from the drop down menu.
b) When the 'System Properties' dialogue box opens, the 'General' tab is selected by default. Under the heading of
'System' the operating system is displayed.
If you do not have a ‘My Computer’ icon on your desktop you can find this information by going to the ‘Control Panel’
and double left clicking the ‘System’ icon. The ‘System Properties’ window will then be displayed as outlined in ‘b’
above.
3. Is the USB cable supplied with the Sapphire Plus connected correctly?
Please make sure the USB lead has a secure connection to the PC. Ensure the smaller connector is plugged into the
USB socket on the underside of the unit. Only plug the USB lead into the Sapphire Plus once you see the ‘Safety
Information Screen’ after turning the Sapphire ‘ON’.
4. Have you installed the Sapphire Plus download software onto your PC?
If you have not installed the download software you will not be able to perform a download to your Sapphire Plus. Once
the software is installed there will be a new icon in your system tray, which is located at the bottom right hand side of your
desktop near the system clock. The icon is similar to this:
Please check to see if you have the latest version of the software by visiting http://www.snooperneo.co.uk/software.cfm
to check what software version you have, double left click the Sapphire Plus icon in your system tray , look at the top of the
window that opens and you will see the version number in brackets.
5. Have you connected the computer to the internet?
The download software has to download a file directly from our server and this can only be done if an internet connection
is present. Therefore make sure that your PC is connected to the internet by either establishing a dial up connection or
signing in to your broadband internet account before you begin to download the database to your Sapphire Plus.
6. What version of Internet Explorer / Netscape Navigator are you using?
The software will only operate if you have Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator 6 or above.
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To check what version of Internet Explorer you have; open your browser, click on the 'Help' menu and select 'About
Internet Explorer'. This should now display what version you currently have installed. If you have a version older than 6
(e.g. 4.5), open your browser, click on 'Tools' and select 'Windows Update'. This will take you to the Microsoft website
where you can download the latest version of internet explorer.
To check what version of Netscape Navigator you have: open the browser, click on the 'Help' menu and select 'About
Netscape Navigator'.
SECTION B
This section is for supplying possible reasons and solutions to problems you may be experiencing whilst trying to down
load the database to your Sapphire Plus. If after completing all the checks in Section A and you are still experiencing
difficulty or have received an error message please read through the following:
1. ERROR MESSAGE: "Initialisation Error" or “Error 429: Active X Cannot Create Object”
If the Sapphire Plus Updater program results in either of the above error messages and you are up to date with your
Windows Critical Updates and Service Packs then you may need to install Windows Script 5.6 for Windows 2000 and XP
from Microsoft which isn’t included in the Windows Update Website.
Open up your internet browser and go to the Microsoft website. Type ‘Windows Script 5.6’ in the search field located in
the top right hand corner of the page. The first result will provide a link that will allow you to download the software patch.
Once downloaded you will need to install it.
2. ERROR MESSAGE – ‘The device has not been enabled yet.’
Please refer to Step 1 in section A for further details.
3. ERROR MESSAGE - 'There was a problem connecting to the Performance Products server…'
If you get an error message as described above this normally means that there is something blocking communication
between the software, most typically a firewall, and the Enigma™ server. Windows XP is supplied with a built in 'Internet
Connection Firewall'. Depending upon which Service Pack you have for this operating system you will need to access the
firewall settings and allow access for the software. We recommend updating to Service Pack 2 as this will allow easier
configuration. Please refer to Step 3 in Section A for how to determine what Service Pack your windows XP Operating
System has.
If you do have a Firewall on your computer the Sapphire Plus Updater software may appear to stop and it is at this point
that your Firewall software will inform you that the Sapphire Plus Updater software is trying to access the internet. Please
make sure that you grant/allow/permit access through the Firewall.
Please read the messages supplied by your Firewall software carefully before choosing your option. If you do not allow
the program access to the internet through the Firewall, the download process will fail.
If no message was prompted by the firewall software uninstall and then re-install the software and perform a download
again.
Warning: We do not recommend disabling your firewall software in order to perform a download to your
Sapphire Plus, nor can we provide advice on how to alter the settings on third party software, nor can we be held
responsible for any action taken by the PC user that makes the PC more vulnerable to malicious viruses,
software and computer hackers. Any changes made to the PC firewall settings are solely at the PC user's
discretion. We would recommend contacting the third party software manufacturer for further information of how
to configure the firewall software.
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SPECIFICATION
OS
Memory
SDRAM
GPS Receiver
GPS Antenna
LCD Display
User Interface
Speaker
Battery
Power
Current
Operating Temp
Windows CE 5.0 Core Version
Built in NAND Flash 512MB Samsung SLC
64MB
SiRF Star lll
Embedded Patch Antenna
2.8”, TFT WQVGA (400 x 240)
Touch Screen
1W internal speaker
3.7V Li Ion Re-chargeable, 1800mAh
5V DC operational
450mA (Normal) in Operation
500mA (Normal) in Charging
950mA (Normal) in Operation & Charging
-10°C ~ +55°C
*Note: Only the SD card supplied
will work with your Sapphire once
synchronisation of the card and the
unit has been completed.
Replacement cards are available
from Performance Products Limited.
Please refer to Accessories & Price
List for further details.
SAFETY
Recommendations for safe use of product (Sapphire Plus, Battery, AC Mains Charger and other accessories
Always treat your product with care, keep it in a clean, and dust free environment.
Warning! May explode if disposed of in fire.
Do not expose your product to liquid or moisture or humidity.
Do not expose your product to extreme high or low temperatures.
Do not expose the battery to temperatures above +60°C (+140°F).
Do not expose your product to naked flames or lit tobacco products.
Do not drop, throw or try to bend your product.
Do not paint your product.
Do not attempt to disassemble of modify your product.
Do not place your product in the area above your cars airbag.
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KEEP OUT OF CHILDRENS REACH. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY WITH YOUR SAPPHIRE PLUS OR ITS
ACCESSORIES. THEY COULD HURT THEMSELVES OR OTHERS, OR COULD ACCIDENTALLY DAMAGE YOUR
UNIT OR ACCESSORY. YOUR SAPPHIRE PLUS CONTAINS SMALL PARTS THAT COULD BE DETACHED AND
CREATE A CHOKING HAZARD.
Battery
We recommend that you fully charge the battery before you use the Sapphire Plus for the first time. A new battery or one
that has not been used for a long time could have a reduced capacity the first few times it is used.
Use only Snooper approved original batteries intended for use with your Sapphire Plus. Using other batteries and chargers
could be dangerous.
Battery charge time can vary depending on different conditions such as operating temperature, application usage patterns,
features selected.
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PLUS S320
SERVICE UNDER WARRANTY
Your Sapphire Plus comes with a standard two-year manufacturer’s warranty.
If, for some reason your unit requires service under warranty return your Sapphire Plus by special delivery and in suitable
packaging to:
The Returns Dept.,
Performance Products Limited,
Cleaver House,
Sarus Court,
Stuart Road,
Manor Park,
Runcorn WA7 1UL.
Tel: 0870 787 0700
Fax: 0870 787 1700
Enclose the following information:
a) Your name, address and a full description of the problem.
b) A telephone number where you can be reached during business hours.
c) Serial number of your unit.
Disposal of Old Electrical or Electronic Equipment
This symbol on the product indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead, it
shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical or electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this Snooper product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your local waste authority.
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