ANUBIS R00 GPS Receiver User Manual

User Manual
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Table of Contents
Precautions and Notices ..................................................................... iii
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Getting Started................................................................................ 1
1.1 Performing the Initial Start Up............................................................ 1
1.2 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery ............................. 3
1.3 Using Your Device in a Vehicle.......................................................... 4
Using the Car Holder......................................................................... 4
Connecting the Car Charger.............................................................. 5
1.4 Understanding Hardware Features .................................................... 6
Front Components ............................................................................ 6
Back Components............................................................................. 7
Left-Side Components....................................................................... 8
Right-Side Components .................................................................... 8
Top Components............................................................................... 9
Bottom Components.......................................................................... 9
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Basic Skills.................................................................................... 11
2.1 Turning Your Device On and Off...................................................... 11
Home Screen .................................................................................. 11
2.2 Using the Stylus .............................................................................. 12
2.3 Using a SD/MMC Card.................................................................... 13
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System Settings............................................................................ 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Using System Settings .................................................................... 15
Backlight ......................................................................................... 16
Volume ........................................................................................... 17
Screen ............................................................................................ 17
Power ............................................................................................. 19
Date&Time...................................................................................... 20
Change Language........................................................................... 21
Back ............................................................................................... 22
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MP3 Player.....................................................................................23
4.1 Starting and Exiting the MP3 Player ................................................ 23
4.2 Playing MP3 Files ........................................................................... 24
MP3 Playback Control..................................................................... 25
4.3 Using Play Lists .............................................................................. 26
Creating a Play List ......................................................................... 26
Opening a Play List ......................................................................... 27
Managing Your Play Lists................................................................ 28
4.4 Equalizer......................................................................................... 28
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Using the Application CD .............................................................29
5.1 About the Application CD ................................................................ 29
5.2 About ActiveSync............................................................................ 30
Installing ActiveSync ....................................................................... 30
Using ActiveSync ............................................................................ 31
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance ..............................................33
6.1 Resetting Your System.................................................................... 33
6.2 Troubleshooting .............................................................................. 34
Power Problems.............................................................................. 34
Screen Problems............................................................................. 34
Connection Problems...................................................................... 35
GPS Problems ................................................................................ 35
6.3 Maintaining Your Device.................................................................. 36
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Reference.......................................................................................39
7.1 Specifications.................................................................................. 39
7.2 Safety Precautions .......................................................................... 40
Global Positioning System............................................................... 40
About Charging ............................................................................... 40
About the AC Adapter ..................................................................... 40
About the Battery ............................................................................ 41
7.3 Regulatory Information .................................................................... 42
FCC Information to the User............................................................ 42
European Notice ............................................................................. 43
CE Marking ..................................................................................... 44
[DL2] R&TTE Directive .................................................................... 44
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Precautions and Notices
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For your own safety, do not operate the controls of the product while driving.
Use this product prudently. The product is intended for use solely as a
navigation aid. It is not for precise measurement of direction, distance,
location or topography.
The calculated route is for reference only. It is the user’s responsibility to
follow the traffic signs and local regulations along the roads.
When you get out of the car, do not leave your device on the dashboard
subjected to direct sunlight. Overheating of the battery can cause malfunction
and/or danger.
GPS is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible
for the performance of GPS. Any change to the GPS system can affect the
accuracy of all GPS equipments.
GPS satellite signals cannot pass through solid materials (except glass). When
you are inside a tunnel or building, GPS positioning is not available.
A minimum of 4 GPS satellite signals is needed to determine current GPS
position. Signal reception can be affected by situations such as bad weather or
dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings).
Other wireless devices in the vehicle might interfere with the reception of
satellite signals and cause the reception to be unstable.
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A car holder is needed when using the device in a car. Be sure that you place
the device in an appropriate place, so as not to obstruct the driver’s view, or
deployment of airbags.
Do not mount where the driver’s
field of vision is blocked.
Do not mount in front of
airbag panels.
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Do not place unsecured
on the dashboard.
Do not mount in front of an
airbag field of deployment.
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Getting Started
This chapter tells you step by step how to perform the initial startup and introduces
the components of your device.
1.1 Performing the Initial Start Up
1. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the ON (right) position.
CAUTION: Always leave the ON/OFF switch in the ON position for normal operation.
2. Your device turns on and displays the “Change Language” screen. Tap the
desired language.
NOTE: You can change the language later on by tapping Setting  Change Language.
(See section 3.6 for details.)
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3. The “Date & Time” screen appears. Tap the appropriate arrow button to select
the time zone, date, and time. Then tap
to continue.
NOTE: You can change the time zone, date, and time later on by tapping Setting 
Date&Time. (See section 3.5 for details.)
4. The Home screen appears as shown below. You can now use your device.
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1.2 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery
NOTE:
When charging the battery for the very first time, you should charge it for at least 8 hours.
When you connect the AC adapter to charge the battery after the battery power has been
fully depleted, wait for at least one minute if you need to turn on the device.
Depending on your region of purchase, the connector converter may not look exactly the
same as the picture shown.
Your device uses a small amount of battery power to maintain its state when you switch it
off. If you don’t charge it for a prolonged period of time then you will lose this state and your
device will re-start. Your settings will however, be maintained. You can tell it’s time to
charge your device when the battery indicator turns orange.
We recommend that you fully charge your device the first time that you plug it in.
Fully charging the battery will take around 8 hours.
1. Slide and click the connector converter onto the AC adapter.
2. Connect the adapter cable to the bottom of your device.
3. Plug the AC adapter into a wall outlet.
Converter
The charge indicator glows amber when charging is in progress. Do not disconnect
your device from AC power until the battery is fully charged, the charge indicator
will turn green. This will take a couple of hours.
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1.3 Using Your Device in a Vehicle
Using the Car Holder
CAUTION:
When placing the car holder, make sure that the device does not obstruct the driver’s view,
or interfere with the operation of vehicle airbags and safety devices.
If the car’s windshield is tinted with a reflective coating, an external antenna (optional) may
be needed to route the antenna to the top of the car through a window. When closing the
car window, be careful not to pinch the antenna cable. (Cars with an anti-jam window
design may automatically leave adequate space as needed.)
The car holder consists of a bracket and a flexible window mount. Use the car
holder to fix your device in a vehicle. (See the document supplied with the car
holder for the installation instruction.)
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Connecting the Car Charger
The car charger supplies power to your device when you are using the device in a
car.
CAUTION: To protect your device against sudden surges in current, connect the car charger
only after the car engine has been started.
1. Connect one end of the car charger to the power connector of your device.
2. Connect the other end to the cigarette lighter in the car to power and charge
your device. The indicator on the car charger lights green to show that power is
being supplied to your device.
To Cigarette Lighter
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1.4 Understanding Hardware Features
NOTE: Depending upon the specific model purchased, the color of your device may not exactly
match the device shown in this manual.
Front Components
Ref
Component
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Charge Indicator

Touch Screen
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Description
Glows bright amber to indicate that the
battery is charging, and turns green when the
battery is fully charged.
Displays the output of your device. Tap the
screen with the stylus to select menu
commands or enter information.
See Also
Section 1.2
Back Components
Ref
Component

Stylus

External
Antenna
Connector

Speaker
Description
See Also
Tap the touch screen to make selections and enter
information. Pull the stylus out of its slot to use it,
and store it in the slot when not in use.
Section 2.2
This connector (under rubber dust cover) allows
use of an optional external antenna with magnetic
mount, which may be positioned on top of the car
for better signal reception in areas with poor
reception.
For music, sounds and voice prompts.
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Left-Side Components
Ref

Component
Headphone
Connector
Description
See Also
Connects to stereo headphones.
Right-Side Components
Ref
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Component
Power Button
Description
Turns the device on and off.
See Also
Section 2.1
Top Components
Ref
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Component
GPS Antenna
SD/MMC Slot
Description
See Also
Receives signals from the GPS satellites
overhead.
Accepts an SD (Secure Digital) or MMC
(MultiMediaCard) card for accessing data such
as map data and MP3 music.
Section 2.3
Bottom Components
Ref
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
Component
Description
See Also
Reset Button
Restarts your device (soft reset).
Section 6.1
Mini-USB
Connector
Connects to the AC adapter or USB cable.
Section 5.2
The main power/battery cutoff switch.
Section 1.1
ON/OFF Switch
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2
Basic Skills
This chapter familiarizes you with the basic operations of your device such as
using the Home screen and the hardware components.
2.1 Turning Your Device On and Off
Use the power button on the side of your device to turn on and off your
device.
When you press the power button to turn off the unit, your device
actually enters into a suspend state and the system stops operating.
Once you turn on the system again, it resumes.
Home Screen
The first time you turn on your device, the Home screen appears. The Home screen
is your starting place for various tasks. Tap a button to start an application or open
another menu screen.
Button
Description
Starts the navigation software.
See Also
Navigation
software manual
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Enables you to play MP3 files.
Chapter 4
Allows you to customize system settings.
Chapter 3
Whenever you quit an application, you are back to the Home screen.
2.2 Using the Stylus
The stylus is your input device. You use it to navigate and select objects on the
screen. Pull the stylus out of the slot and extend it for ease of use. Store it in the slot
when not in use. You can use the stylus for the following actions:
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Tap
Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items or select options.
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Drag
Hold the stylus on the screen and drag up/down/left/right or across the screen.
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Tap and hold
Tap and hold the stylus until an action is complete, or a result or menu is
shown.
2.3 Using a SD/MMC Card
Your device has a SD/MMC slot where you can insert an optional Secure Digital
or MultiMediaCard storage card.
NOTE:
Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.
Keep a SD or MMC card in a well-protected box to avoid dust and humidity when you are
not using it.
To use a SD/MMC card, insert it into the slot, with the connector pointing to the
slot and its label facing the front of the device.
To remove a card, first make sure that no application is accessing the card, and
then slightly push the top edge of the card to release it and pull it out of the slot.
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3
System Settings
Your device has default system settings. You can customize the settings to suit
your own personal needs. Once you change the settings, your new settings will
remain until you change them again.
3.1 Using System Settings
To open the Settings screen, tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
The Settings screen contains seven buttons as shown below. The following
sections describe these buttons and their functions.
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3.2 Backlight
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen to open the Settings screen.
2. Tap the Backlight button on the Settings screen.
3. Move the slider along the track bar to adjust the backlighting. To darken the
screen, move the slider to the left. To lighten the screen, move the slider to the
right.
4. Tap the
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button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen.
3.3 Volume
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Volume button on the Settings screen.
3. Move the slider along the track bar to adjust the volume. To decrease the
volume, move the slider to the left. To increase the volume, move the slider to
the right.
4. Tap the
button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen.
3.4 Screen
You can calibrate the touch screen if it is not responding accurately to your stylus
taps.
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Screen button.
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3. Tap
to start the calibration.
4. Tap and hold the centre of the target.
5. When the target moves to another position, tap and hold the centre of the new
target. Repeat each time to complete the calibration process.
6. When completed, tap
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button to return to the Settings screen.
3.5 Power
To check the remaining power level of your battery and/or set up the power saving
feature:
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Power button.
3. The Power screen appears showing the remaining power of your battery.
NOTE: If the level of power is too low, be sure to charge the battery with the AC adapter or the
car charger.
You can set a timer to automatically turn off your device when it is idle for a
set period of time. The options include Never, 30 minutes, 20 minutes, and
10 minutes.
4. Tap the
button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen.
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3.6 Date&Time
To set the date and time:
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Date&Time button.
3. To change the time zone, tap the left/right arrow in the Time Zone item.
4. To change the date, tap the down arrow in the Date item. A calendar pops up.
Tap the left arrow on the calendar to go to the earlier month and year or the
right arrow to the later month and year. Alternatively, you can tap the month or
year on top of the calendar to directly change the month or year.
When the calendar shows the current month, tap the date on the calendar.
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5. To set the time, first tap the hour, minute, or second in the Time item and then
tap the up arrow to increase or down arrow to decrease the value.
6. Tap the
button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen.
3.7 Change Language
To change the system and voice language:
1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Change Language button.
3. Tap the desired language.
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4. Tap the
button to save the changes.
3.8 Back
The Back button brings you back to the Home screen.
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4
MP3 Player
This chapter tells you how to play MP3 files on your device.
4.1 Starting and Exiting the MP3 Player
The MP3 Player program turns your device into an MP3 player. It features:
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Playback of MP3 files
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Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous
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Graphic equalizer settings with 17 presets
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Playback includes single selection playback, repeat, single repeat, sampling
playback, normal sequence and random sequence.
Play list support
Tap the Music button on the Home screen to start the MP3 Player program.
The control panel will appear on the screen where you can easily control the MP3
player by tapping the control buttons.
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To exit the program, tap
on the lower right of the screen.
4.2 Playing MP3 Files
NOTE: Before you can play MP3 files, you need to have the files ready on a storage card.
1. Insert the storage card containing MP3 files into your device.
2. Tap the Music button on the Home screen to start the MP3 Player program.
3. The program will search for all the MP3 files in your storage card. When MP3
files are detected, they will be added to the play list.
NOTE: You can create your own play lists for future playback. (See section 4.4 for details.)
3. To start the playback, tap
as described later.
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. To control the playback, use the control buttons
4. To exit the program, tap
the Home screen.
on the lower right of the screen. You will return to
MP3 Playback Control
You can control the MP3 Player via the control buttons. See the table below for
details:
Control
Button
Name
Description
Play/Pause
Play or pause the playback.
Stop
Stop the playback.
Previous/
Next
Move to the previous or next file.
Volume
Increase or decrease the volume.
The indicator on the upper right corner of the panel
shows the current volume level.
Playback Mode*
Cycle through the following modes:
or
or
or
Repeat the current file
Repeat all (Default)
Single playback
Sampling playback
Sequence*
Normal sequence (Default)
Random sequence
Open Play List
Open play list. (See Section 4.3 for more
information.)
Equalizer
Open or close the equalizer panel.
(See Section 4.4 for more information.)
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Help
Introduce the function and operation of each icon.
Tap an icon to see a description line at the bottom of
the screen.
Close MP3
Player
Close the program and return to the Home screen.
* Table Note: When you restart the MP3 Player, both playback mode and sequence will
return to its default settings.
4.3 Using Play Lists
By default, the system automatically loads all MP3 files in the play list. You can
also create your own play lists for future use.
Creating a Play List
1. After starting MP3 Player, tap
screen.
on the right toolbar to open the play list
2. To add a song in the play list, tap the Add Song button
at the bottom of the
screen. A screen appears displaying all the MP3 files. Tap the song you wish to
add and then tap Add Song.
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3. Repeat the same procedure for the other songs to be added.
4. To save the play list, tap the Save Playlist button
screen and then Yes.
5. To return to the control panel, tap
at the bottom of the
on the right toolbar.
Opening a Play List
To open one of the play lists that you have created:
1. After starting MP3 Player, tap
2. Tap the Load button
on the right toolbar.
at the bottom of the screen.
3. Tap the play list you want to open and tap Load.
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Managing Your Play Lists
When you have opened a play list, you can edit or remove the list.

To remove a song from the list:
Tap the song and then tap the Delete Song button
screen.
at the bottom of the

To remove all songs from the list:
Tap the Delete All button
on the right toolbar.

To delete a play list:
Tap the Load button
at the bottom of the screen. Tap the play list you wish
to delete and then tap Delete.
4.4 Equalizer
The MP3 Player provides 17 presets for various music effects. Tap
to open the
equalizer panel and tap
left button and
right button to access various
preset audio profiles. Available options are Default, blues, classical, club, dance,
full bass, full bass & treble, full treble, dance hall, live, party, pop, reggae, rock,
ska, soft, classic rock and techno.
To close the equalizer panel and return to control panel, tap
on the right
toolbar. To end the program, tap
at the bottom of the toolbar. You will return to
the Home screen.
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5
Using the Application CD
This chapter tells you how to install ActiveSync for transferring data between your
device and a computer.
5.1 About the Application CD
The Application CD provides two function items:

ActiveSync
Installs Microsoft® ActiveSync® with which you can copy data such as MP3
or map files to your storage card.
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Manual
Allows you to read this User’s Manual.
To use the CD, insert it into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The auto run
screen appears as shown below. (If it does not appear, double click the
AutoRun.EXE file on the CD.)
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5.2 About ActiveSync
ActiveSync allows you to establish the connection between your device and
computer.
CAUTION: Do not connect your device to your computer before ActiveSync is installed.
Installing ActiveSync
1. Turn on your computer and your device.
2. Insert the Application CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The auto
run screen appears.
3. Click the Install button in the ActiveSync section. The installation wizard will
start automatically.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to finish the installation. A status window
indicates the progress of the installation.
5. Depending on the version of your operating system, you may be asked to
restart your computer during the installation process.
6. When prompted, connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of
your device and the other end to a USB port on your computer.
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7. When the Synchronization Setup Wizard screen appears, select Cancel to
connect as a guest device.
NOTE: This device does not support synchronization with your computer. You do not need to
set up a synchronization relationship.
Using ActiveSync
Once ActiveSync is installed on your computer, you can use it to transfer files (i.e.
MP3 files) between your device and your computer.
CAUTION: Be discreet when you delete files from your device. Deleting files of which the
function is unknown can cause programs or features to malfunction.
Whenever you connect your device to your computer with the USB cable, the
Synchronization Setup Wizard screen appears. Always select Cancel to connect
as a guest device. Then you can use the Explorer function to browse the mobile
device and transfer data. (See the ActiveSync online Help for instructions on
copying files.)
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6
Troubleshooting and
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Maintenance
This chapter gives solutions to common problems you may encounter. It also
provides guidelines on how to take care of your device.
NOTE: If you encounter a problem you cannot solve, contact an authorized service center for
assistance.
6.1 Resetting Your System
Occasionally, you may need to reset your device. For example, you should reset
your system when it stops responding; or appears to be “frozen” or “locked up.”
Use the stylus to press the reset button of your device. This is called a “soft reset.”
The Home screen should appear after a soft reset.
If your device still does not respond after a soft reset, you can use the following
steps to perform a “hard reset.”
NOTE: Date/time, language, and volume settings restore to the default values when you
perform a hard reset.
1. Disconnect all cables, including the AC adapter, from your device.
2. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the OFF (left) position.
3. Wait for 1 minute and then slide the switch back to the ON (right) position.
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4. Your device turns on and displays the initial start up screen. Complete the
settings as described in section 1.1.
6.2 Troubleshooting
Power Problems
Power does not turn on when using battery power

The remaining battery power may be too low to run your device. Connect the
AC adapter to your device and to AC power. Then, turn on your device.
Screen Problems
Screen is off
If the screen does not respond even after you press the power button, try the
following in order until the problem is solved:
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Connect the AC adapter to your device and to external AC power.

Reset your system.
Screen responds slowly
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Make sure that your device is not running out of battery power. If the problem
still exists, reset your system.
Screen freezes

Reset your system.
Screen is hard to read

Make sure that the backlight of the display is on and if necessary adjust the
brightness.
Inaccurate response to stylus taps

Recalibrate the touch screen. (See section 3.4 for instructions.)
Connection Problems
Cable Connection Problems
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Make sure that your device and your computer are both turned on before trying
to establish a connection.
Make sure that the cable is securely plugged into the USB port on your
computer and on the device. Connect the USB cable directly to your
computer—do not run the cable through a USB hub.
Reset your device before connecting the cable. Always disconnect your device
before you restart your computer.
GPS Problems
When there are no valid signals available, consider the following:


Make sure that the GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky.
Note that the GPS reception can be affected by:
Bad weather
 Dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings)
 Other wireless device in the car
 Reflective car window tint and heated screens.
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6.3 Maintaining Your Device
Taking good care of your device will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce the
risk of damage to your device.

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Keep your device away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures.
Avoid exposing your device to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for
extended periods of time.

Do not place anything on top of your device or drop objects on your device.

Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock.
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Do not subject your device to sudden and severe temperature changes. This
could cause moisture and condensation build up inside the unit, which could
damage your device. In the event of moisture or condensation, allow the
device to dry out completely before use.
Take care not to sit on the device. We advise not to carry the device in your
back pocket for this reason.
The screen surface can easily be scratched. Use only the stylus to tap on the
screen. Avoid touching it with your fingers, pens, pencils or any other sharp
objects. Non-adhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use
on portable devices with LCD panels may be used to help protect the screen
from minor scratches.
Never clean your device with it powered on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water to wipe the screen and the exterior of your device.
Do not use paper towels to clean the screen.
Never attempt to disassemble, repair or make any modifications to your
device. Disassembly, modification or any attempt at repair could cause
damage to your device and even bodily injury or property damage and will
void any warranty.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the
same compartment as your device, its parts or accessories.
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Reference
7.1 Specifications
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Processor: 300 MHz
Memory: 512 MB Flash ROM; 64 MB SDRAM
Screen: 3.5" 320x240x65536 colours TFT LCD
Battery: Internal Lithium battery, 1200 mAh
Dimensions: 112.7 mm (Length) x 89.3 mm (Width) x 24.8mm (Height)
Weight: 200 grams
Integrated GPS receiver: 20 channel “All-in-view” tracking with internal
antenna and support for (not in package) active external antenna
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7.2 Safety Precautions
Global Positioning System

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based system that provides
location and timing information around the globe. GPS is operated and
controlled under the sole responsibility of the Government of the United States
of America, who are responsible for its availability and accuracy. Any changes
in GPS availability and accuracy, or in environmental conditions, may impact
the operation of your 3200 GO. Anubis cannot accept any liability for the
availability and accuracy of GPS.
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Use With Care
Use of 3200 GO for navigation still means that you need to drive with due care
and attention.
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Aircraft and Hospitals
Use of devices with an antenna is prohibited on most aircraft, in many
hospitals and in many other locations. 3200 GO must not be used in these
environments.
About Charging
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Use only the AC adapter (PHIHONG, PSC05R-050) supplied with your
device. Use of another type of AC adapter will result in malfunction and/or
danger.
This product is intended to be supplied by a LISTED Power Unit marked with
“LPS”, “Limited Power Source” and output rated + 5 V dc / 1.0 A”.
Use a specified battery in the equipment.
About the AC Adapter
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Do not use the adapter in a high moisture environment. Never touch the
adapter when your hands or feet are wet.
Allow adequate ventilation around the adapter when using it to operate the
device or charge the battery. Do not cover the AC adapter with paper or other
objects that will reduce cooling. Do not use the AC adapter while it is inside a
carrying case.
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Connect the adapter to a proper power source. The voltage requirements are
found on the product case and/or packaging.
Do not use the adapter if the cord becomes damaged.
Do not attempt to service the unit. There are no serviceable parts inside.
Replace the unit if it is damaged or exposed to excess moisture.
Never force a connector into a port. If the connector and port don’t join with
reasonable ease, they probably don’t match. Make sure that the connector
matches the port and that you have positioned the connector correctly in
relation to the port.
When removing the connector from the port remove it by pulling on the
connector, not the cable. Make sure at least one end of the power cord is within
easy reach so that you can unplug the device when you need to.
About the Battery
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Use a specified charger approved by the manufacturer.
This product uses a Lithium-Ion battery. Do not use it in a humid, wet and/or
corrosive environment. Do not put, store or leave your product in or near a heat
source, in a high temperature location, in strong direct sunlight, in a
microwave oven or in a pressurized container, and do not expose it to
temperatures over 60ºC (140ºF). Failure to follow these guidelines may cause
the Lithium-Ion battery to leak acid, become hot, explode or ignite and cause
injury and/or damage. Do not pierce, open or disassemble the battery. If the
battery leaks and you come into contact with the leaked fluids, rinse
thoroughly with water and seek medical attention immediately. For safety
reasons, and to prolong the lifetime of the battery, charging will not occur at
low (below 0ºC/32ºF) or high (over 45ºC/110ºF) temperatures.
THE LITHIUM-ION BATTERY CONTAINED IN THE PRODUCT MUST
BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. USE 3200 GO ONLY
WITH THE SUPPLIED DC POWER LEAD AND AC ADAPTER FOR
BATTERY CHARGING.
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Important instructions (for service personnel only)
Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
 Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
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The battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Use the battery only in the specified equipment.
7.3 Regulatory Information
NOTE: Marking labels located on the exterior of your device indicate the regulations that your
model complies with. Please check the marking labels on your device and refer to the
corresponding statements in this chapter. Some notices apply to specific models only.
FCC Information to the User
Radio and Television Interference
This equipment radiates radio frequency energy and if not used properly - that is,
in strict accordance with the instructions in this manual - may cause interference to
radio communications and television reception.
It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation distance between the equipment and the receiver.
If you are using the equipment with a mains adapter, plug it into an outlet
which is on a different circuit from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Important
This equipment was tested for FCC compliance under conditions that included the
use of shielded cables and connectors between it and the peripherals. It is
important that you use shielded cable and connectors to reduce the possibility of
causing radio and television interference. Shielded cables, suitable for the product
range, can be obtained from an authorised dealer.
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If the user modifies the equipment or its peripherals in any way, and these
modifications are not approved by Anubis, the FCC may withdraw the user's right
to operate the equipment.
For customers in the USA, the following booklet prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission may be of help: "How to Identify and Resolve
Radio-TV Interference Problems". This booklet is available from the US
Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402
Stock No 004-000-00345-4.
FCC Declaration of Conformity
Tested to Comply with FCC Standards for Home or Office Use.
3200 GO has been tested to – and complies with – part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
European Notice
Products with the CE marking comply with Radio & Telecommunication Terminal
Equipment Directive (R&TTE) (1999/5/EEC), the Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) – as
amended by Directive 93/68/ECC - issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European
Standards:
EN301489-1: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM),
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services;
Part 1: Common technical requirements
EN301489-3: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM),
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services;
Part 3: Specific conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD) operating on
frequencies between 9 kHz and 40 GHz
EN55022: Radio disturbance characteristics
EN55024: Immunity characteristics
EN6100-3-2: Limits for harmonic current emissions
EN6100-3-3: Limitation of voltage fluctuation and flicker in low-voltage
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supply system
EN60950 / IEC 60950: Product Safety
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for modifications made by the User
and the consequences thereof, which may alter the conformity of the product with
the CE Marking.
CE Marking
This product fully satisfies the requirements for CE marking when used in a
residential, commercial or light industrial environment.
[DL2] R&TTE Directive
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of EU Directive
99/5/EC.
Do not use this product on board aircraft, or in hospitals, without first obtaining
permission.
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