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Explanation of symbols
The following symbols are used in this user manual:
! This symbol denotes safety and warning notes. They contain important
information about the safe use of your device. Failure to observe this information may result in damage or injury. There-fore, please observe this information with particular care. Denotes an action to be taken there, you receive useful tips and information about the use of thesystem.“Terms in quotation marks refer to screen menu options for your safety! The use of the
navigation system by no means relieves the driver ofhis/her responsibilities.
Traffic regulations and current traffic conditionsmust always be observed.
They will always have precedence over theadvice from the navigation system if the current traffic situationcontradicts the navigation system
instructions.!The system does not take into account the relative safety of
thesuggested routes. Closed roads, construction sites, height or
weightrestrictions, traffic or weather conditions or other factors influencingthe
safety or travel time of the route will not be considered for thesuggested
routes. Check the suitability of the suggested routes yourself.Use the
”Alternate route” function to receive better route suggestionsor simply take
the preferred route and leave the planning of the newroute to automatic route
re-calculation.!For reasons of traffic safety, make any entries to the navigation systembefore you depart or when the vehicle is standing.!In certain
areas, one-way streets, turning and entry prohibitions(e.g. pedestrian zones)
are not recorded. The navigation system issuesa warning in such areas.
Pay particular attention to one-way streets,turning and entry restrictions
Please ensure that any person who may use your multimedia systemhas
access to this user’s manual and reads the guidelines andrecommendations
for the use of the system prior to first use.
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PREFACE
Navigation software provides turn-by-turn route guidance while traveling to
your destination. Before operating, take a few minutes to review the safety
and operating instructions in this manual so you can quickly and safely
become familiar with your Navigation software’s many features.
This User Manual explains the Navigation software’s functions, and provides
details on:
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Using the control buttons
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Entering destinations
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Understanding the different screens available on your Navigation
software
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Adjusting user preferences
Note: All users should read this manual prior to operating your Navigation
software.
Copyright© 2005 All rights reserved.
Navigation Software User Manual Ver. 1.2.0 XMB
This document and the software described in it are furnished under license
and may be used or copied only in accordance with such license. Except as
permitted by such license, the contents of this document may not be
disclosed to third parties, copied, or duplicated in any form, in whole or in part,
without the prior written permission of Horizon Navigation, Inc.
The NavMate software, including its operation and use, is covered by one or
more of the following patents:
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D364,840; D397,046; D457,823; EP0987665A3. The sale and/or licensing of
the NavMate software and associated materials does not include any licenses
(implied or otherwise) to patents or technology, unless specifically stated in
writing.
NavMate® is a trademark of Horizon Navigation, Inc. The NavMate software
and associated materials are protected by copyright in the US and internationally.
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SAFETY INFORMATION AND PRECAUTIONS
WARNING! Please read and follow the following safety precautions.
Failure to follow the instructions below may increase your risk of
collision and personal injury.
The Please Drive Safely screen is displayed each time the Navigation software
is turned ON as a reminder to make use of the system’s navigational aids in a
safe manner.
Before using the Navigation software, read this entire manual. Make sure that
you are familiar with the system’s features and know how to operate the
system. Proper use of the Navigation software includes the following
guidelines:
The Navigation software is not a substitute for your personal judgment. The
route suggestions should never supersede any local traffic regulation or your
personal judgment and /or knowledge of safe driving practices. Prior to
completing any maneuvers suggested by your Navigation software (for example, a U-turn or a left turn), verify that you can legally and safely complete the
maneuver. Do not follow route suggestions if they direct you to perform an
unsafe or illegal maneuver, would place you in an unsafe situation, or would
route you into an area that you consider unsafe.
Glance at the screen only when necessary and safe to do so. Let the computer
voice guide you. If prolonged viewing is necessary, pull off the road to a safe
location.
Do not use the Navigation software to locate emergency services (such as
police, fire stations, hospitals, and clinics). The database may not include all
emergency service providers. Use your own best judgment and ask for
directions in these situations.
If the vehicle is in motion, only a passenger should program the Navigation
software. The driver should not program the system unless the vehicle is parked
in a safe location.
The Navigation software’s map database provides information on suggested
routes without regard to factors that may affect your driving experience or the
time required to arrive at your destination. For example, the system does not
reflect road detours, closures or construction, some road characteristics (e.g.,
road surface, slope or grade, weight or height restrictions, etc.), temporary
traffic congestion, weather conditions, and similar factors.
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END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
This End-User License Agreement (EULA) is a legal agreement between you (either an
individual or a single entity) and HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. for the operating software
and updates thereof that run the digital map database and associated hardware
(collectively the “Software”). By installing or using the Software, you agree to be
bound by the terms of this agreement. If you do not agree to the terms of this
Agreement, return the Software, along with all other accompanying items in the form
they were purchased, within (30) thirty days after such purchase to the authorized
dealer from where the Software was purchased, for a full refund of any fees paid. Use
of the Software without acceptance of this Agreement is unauthorized and not
permitted.
1. License Grant. HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. grants you a non-exclusive license to
use your purchased copy of the Software for your own internal purposes of
accessing the digital map database and running the associated hardware and not for
service bureau time-sharing, or other similar purposes.
2. Limitations On Use. You are not permitted to copy, modify, decompile, disassemble, or
reverse engineer any portion of the Software without the expressed written permission from HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC.
3. U.S. Government End Users. The Software is provided with Restricted Rights. Use,
duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in
subparagraph(c) (1) (II) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software
clause at DFARS 252.227-7013 or subparagraphs (c) (1) and (2) of the Commercial
Computer Software-Restricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable. HORIZON
NAVIGATION, INC., 4701 Patrick Henry Dr. Suite1301 Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA.
4. Indemnity. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold free and harmless HORIZON
NAVIGATION, INC., including its licensors, assignees, subsidiaries, affiliated
companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, shareholders, agents,
authorized dealers or sales agents, and representatives of each of them from and
against any liability, loss, injury, demand, cost, expense, or claim of any kind of
character, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, arising out of (a) any use or
possession of the Software, or (b) any breach of any warranties or representations
made by you in this Agreement or of your obligations under this Agreement.
5. Disclaimer of Warranty. HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. does not make any warranties
or representations, either express or implied, with respect to the software, without
limiting the foregoing, HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. expressly disclaims any implied
warranties of quality, performance, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose
or non-infringement. Some states do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties,
so some portion of the above exclusion may not apply to you.
6. Limitation of Liability. HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. shall not be held responsible for
any actual, anticipated or speculative loss of profit or direct, indirect, incidental,
special, or consequential damages, including, without limitation, loss of revenue,
data, or use incurred by you or any third party arising out of your use or possession
of the software, whether in an action in contract or tort or based on a warranty, even
if HORIZON NAVIGATION, INC. has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
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END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT(Continued)
7. Warnings.
A. Copies of the digital map database reflect conditions, as they existed at various
points in time before your receipt of such copies. Accordingly, copies of the digital
database map may contain inaccurate or incomplete data or information due to
inaccurate or incomplete source materials, the passage of time, road construction,
changing conditions, and otherwise.
B. Neither the Software nor the digital map database include, analyze, process,
consider or reflect any of the following categories of information, i.e., neighborhood
quality or safety; population density; availability or proximity of law enforcement,
emergency, rescue, medical or other assistance; construction work, zones, or
hazards; road and lane closures; various legal restrictions (such as vehicular type,
weight, load, height and speed restrictions); road slope or grade; bridge height,
width, weight or other limits; road, traffic or traffic facilities safety or conditions;
weather conditions; pavement characteristics or conditions; special events; traffic
congestion; or travel time.
8. Transfer. This Agreement, including all rights, obligations and representations may be
transferred to another individual or single entity, provided the same transfer includes
the simultaneous transfer of the associated hardware in which the Software is installed, and further provided that such other individual or single entity accepts all the
terms of this Agreement. In the event such individual or single entity to which the
Software is transferred does not accept the terms of this agreement, then the License
herein automatically terminates. Further use of the Software is unauthorized and not
permitted.
9. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of
California, without giving effect to its conflict of laws provisions.
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INTRODUCTION TO YOUR NAVIGATION SOFTWARE
Navigation software provides turn-by-turn visual and voice assistance to direct
you to your selected destination. The software quickly calculates step-by-step
directions to any destination available on the included navigation map.
The Navigation software uses Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, and
a digital roadway map database to calculate and display travel directions. The
system’s GPS antenna receives signals from a constellation of 24 satellites
orbiting the earth and uses the strongest of signals, to determine your position
to within meters.
Vehicle Position
The Navigation software’s computer considers vehicle speed and heading
changes, together with longitude and latitude information, to accurately determine vehicle heading and position on a digital map.
Signals from GPS satellites are used to determine the vehicle location. Three
(good) or four (best) satellites must be received to accurately determine
location. The GPS reception status is indicated by the GPS symbol on the map.
Map and Information Database
The map database used by your Navigation software was created using
high-resolution aerial and land based data collection.
Car navigation maps are frequently updated. While the database was judged to
be as accurate as possible at the time of its release, a map database can never
be 100% accurate. Road information that is maintained in the map databases,
such as turn restrictions or road names may change over time.
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NAVIGATION SOFTWARE OPERATION
Quick Start
Follow these four easy steps and you are on your way.
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NOTE: Before operating your Navigation software, please carefully read
and follow the instructions provided in the “Safety Information and Precautions” section of this manual.
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Step 1 — Start up/Main Menu
After the Navigation software starts you will see the reminder warning to use your
Navigation software safely and lawfully.
Warning Screen
Main Map Screen
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Step 2 — Select Destination
You have many ways to select a destination. For this example, let’s find a nearby
Airport. Select one of the following and the system will calculate a route to that
destination using the criteria set in the Setup menu.
Select by touching screen:
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Button to activate main menu.
Select > Start Route Guidance
Select > Point of Interest
Select > Country NOTE: The software remembers the last Country, so
this step is not necessary every time.
Select > By Category
Select > Airport
Select > Sort by Distance
Step 3 — Map/Guide along Route
Proceed to the highlighted route and drive while the Navigation software
provides audible and visual guidance to your destination.
Step 4 — Arrive at Destination
That’s it! You’ve arrived at the selected destination. Refer to the rest of this manual
to become more familiar with the many options available on your Navigation
software.
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USING YOUR NAVIGATION SOFTWARE
The best way to learn about this product is to explore it, while observing the
safety precautions discussed earlier. The methods used are similar throughout
the functions. The status bar also provides a reference for where you are in the
menus.
Status Bar
Status bar indicates user selected Start Route
Guidance menu and chose to select
Address/Intersection
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NOTE: Before operating your Navigation software, please carefully read and
follow the instructions provided in the “Safety Information and Precautions”
section of this manual.
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Function Buttons
The buttons on the bottom of the display are called function buttons. These buttons change labels and function depending on the screen displayed. The list
below provides a brief description of the function buttons.
Function Buttons
Cancel current action
Zoom in the map to show a smaller area
Zoom out the map to show a larger area
Center map on current vehicle location.
Display menu, jump to main menu.
Display map in 3D view.
Display map in 2D view.
After panning map, select current panned position.
Select currently highlighted item.
Display spell mode.
Page up in displayed list.
Page down in displayed list.
Go back one step.
Repeat voice instruction.
Exit Navigation button.
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Navigation Menus
The table below briefly describes the Main Menu options.
Main Menu Options At-A-Glance
Main Menu Option
Start Route Guidance
Edit Address Book
Trail Book
Setup
Select this Option to...
Pick a destination for routing.
Add or modify destinations in address book.
For Trail Blazing.
Set preferences for routing and navigation display.
List Mode, Spell Mode, and Most Recently Used
There are five ways to select a destination. Several of the methods allow you to
move through a list by scrolling using the arrow keys (List Mode) or by searching
using an on screen keyboard (Spell Mode):
Many of the lists keep track of the last five most recently used (MRU) selections.
These are placed at the top of the list in a different color and allow you to quickly
select items that are used frequently. The pictures below illustrate the List Mode
and Spell Mode screens.
List Mode and Spell Mode
Most Recently Used Portion of List
Most Recently Used List Items
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Spell Mode Buttons
Button
Mode
Press This Button to...
Spell
Select currently input characters and show list of matches.
Spell
Delete last entered character.
Spell
Switch keyboard from QWERTY layout to special character layout.
Spell
Switch keyboard from special character layout to QWERTY layout.
Spell
Quit Spell Mode and return to List Mode.
Map Screen
The table below explains the button functions available on the Map Screen.
Map Buttons
Button
Press This Button to...
Show smaller map area.
Show larger map area.
Show Main Menu.
Change type of map view.
If no active route, select current location.
Exit Navigation. (Note: Exiting navigation is required before removing power on
some models)
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DESTINATION SELECTION
To select a destination, you must select Start Route Guidance from the Main
Menu.
The table below explains the button functions available on the Destination
Selection Menu.
Destination Selection Buttons
Button
Press This Button to...
Exit menu mode and return to map mode
Page up in displayed list.
Return to main menu.
Page down in displayed list.
Go back one step.
Address/Intersection
If you know the street address or cross streets of your destination, use the “Address/Intersection” selection. You must select the Country where the destination
is located. NOTE: The system remembers the last Country selected, so this step
is not necessary every time.
Address/Intersection Selection
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You may select either the Postcode or City Name or the Street Name first.
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Postcode – If you know the postcode, select this option to quickly find
the city.
NOTE: The postcode search is limited to the currently selected country.
Postcode searching may not be available in all areas.
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City Name - If you know the city and street, select this option. You could
use the “Street Name” option instead, but it is quicker and easier to use
the “City Name” option when you know both parts of the address.
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Street Name - If you know the street name but you are not sure of the
city, select this option. You might use this option, for example, if you were
in a large metropolitan area and a street continues through multiple
cities and you are not sure of which city is appropriate for the street.
Select City
Select Street
City and local area where street is
located
House numbers on that road
segment
If you selected the “City Name” option, continue by following the prompts on the
display screen to select a city first, then street, then address number or intersection. If you selected the “Street Name” option, follow the prompts to select a street
name, then a city, then a street address or intersection.
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Select Country/City/Street List Mode Buttons
Button
Press This Button to...
Exit menu mode and return to map mode
Page up in displayed list.
Return to main menu.
Page down in displayed list.
Switch to Spell Mode.
Go back one step.
Point of Interest (POI)
The Point of Interest option is useful when you are going to a public place or are
looking for some type of facility such as a gasoline station. After selecting the
Point of Interest option, you must select the Country where the destination is
located. NOTE: The system remembers the last Country selected, so this step is
not necessary every time.
Points of Interest may be searched by Category, Postcode, Phone Number, or
Name.
POI Search Methods
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By Category - If you are interested in the closest POI of a certain type
for example nearest gas station, select this option.
By Postcode - If you know the postcode, select this option to quickly
find the city. Note: Postcode search is limited to the currently selected
country. Postcode searching may not be available in all areas.
By Phone – If you know the phone number of the desired POI, select
this option to quickly find the POI. NOTE: The phone number search is
limited to the currently selected country. Phone number searching
may not be available for all POIs.
By Name - If you know the name of the Point of Interest for example
“COLUSSEUM”, select this option.
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POI Category
POI Name Speller
Some POI categories may not be available in some areas and not all possible
POI’s may be listed for all categories. For example, although the “Restaurant”
category is very extensive, it is only as current as the map database information.
Several categories restrict the search radius as well to minimize the search time.
Since businesses change over time, so will the accuracy of the points of interest
in your navigation map. To have the most accurate map database, annual map
database updating is recommended.
After selecting POI search criteria, you may select to list the results sorted by
distance or by name.
S traight-line distance to P O I
and P O I phone nu m ber
POI Search Results
P O I address
P O I N am e
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Address Book Entries
Button
Press This Button to...
Exit menu mode and return to map mode
Page up in displayed list.
Return back one menu level.
Page down in displayed list.
Go back one step.
Edit Address Book
The “Edit Address Book” option allows adding and editing address book
entries.
Previous Destination
Previous destinations entered into your Navigation software are automatically
saved into the memory of the Navigation software. This is helpful when you want
to return to a recent destination, such as a hotel where you may be staying. The
Previous Origin of the last calculated route is also stored for easy return to your
start point.
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Previous Destination Selection
Previous Destination Selection Buttons
Button
Press This Button to...
Exit menu mode and return to map mode
Page up in displayed list.
Return back one menu level.
Page down in displayed list.
Go back one step.
Select Destination by latitude and longitude
You may select the destination by input latitude and longitude. Select By
Latitude/Longitude.
Select Destination by latitude and longitude
By using Map
You may select the destination by panning the map by touching the screen or
using the directional arrow key to move the cross hairs around the map.
Press
to display location information about the current panned location.
Press ENTER to select the panned location as the destination.
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Select Destination from Map
Panning crosshairs
Select Destination from Map Buttons
B u tto n
P re s s T h is B u tt o n t o ...
S h o w a s m a lle r m a p a r e a .
S h o w a la r g e r m a p a r e a .
C e n t e r m a p o n c u r r e n t v e h ic le lo c a t io n a n d c a n c e l p a n n in g .
C h a n g e ty p e o f m a p v ie w .
S e le c t c u r r e n t p a n n e d lo c a t io n a n d s h o w lo c a t io n in f o r m a t io n .
Route Calculation and Guidance
After selecting a destination, the system calculates a route based on the route
criteria set in the Setup Menu.
Route Calculation
The status bar indicates route calculation progress.
Route Calculation Progress
Please Proceed
When route calculation is complete, the Navigation software will instruct you to
“Please proceed to the highlighted route” unless you are already on the route.
The highlighted route is indicated in magenta.
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Route Guidance
Once on the highlighted route, guidance information is provided on the screen.
Glance at the screen only when necessary and safe to do so.
As you continue on the route, the guidance information is continually updated to
correspond with your progress to the destination.
Guidance display
Road name or sign information for
upcoming turn
Distance and time to next turn
Line to destination
Estimated Time Of Arrival (ETA)
Distance remaining to destination
True View (Intersection Split Screen)
Just before a turn point, the guidance display will show a close-up or “true view”
of the roads around the turn point.
True View (Intersection Zoom)
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Trail Book
Trail Book is used to track an OFF-ROAD trail not listed on the map. Select Add
function and choose a name for this trail. After confirming the name then start
driving. Press Menu icon when you complete the trail
Add Trail
Press Pushpin
to add a waypoint.
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Press menu icon
and select Stop Trail when complete the trail:.
After select the saved trail use the keyboard to rename the trail.
Name Trail
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Delete Trail
Select Delete Trail function then choose the trail name to remove it from the
system.
Follow Trail
The next time you go off-road, you can follow the same trail you just created by
selecting “Start Route Guidance” then select ‘Trail Book” and finally select an
existing trail.
You will see the following screen upon selecting a trail:
You can select to go to any points in this route as a starting point. Upon your
selection, the system will point you with a red line to that starting location. You will
follow the red line to the starting point and start your trail blazing by following the
dotted line.
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Or
Press Menu button to cancel route
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MAP DISPLAY
The Map Display shows roads, road names, and cartographic features like lakes
and rivers. You can adjust the map scale, the map orientation, map view, status
information display, and the distance units to your own preferences (See Setup
section of this manual).
Map display
GPS reception status
Vehicle symbol
Compass heading
Park
Map scale
* Hide Function buttons
Icon
Current location
The GPS symbol will change colors indicating the strength of the signal. The GPS
symbol colors mean:
• Green - GPS signal is free from obstruction and is being received regularly. At least four satellites are being received.
• Yellow - GPS signal is partially obstructed. Three satellites are being
received.
• Red - GPS signal is unavailable. Two or fewer satellites are being
received.
NOTE: At times it may take up to 15 minutes to obtain a functioning GPS signal.
* Click
buttons.
to hide Function buttons. Click
to display Function
Current Location Screen
Press
to display information about the current map location. Then select
the location information box to add it to address book, use it as a destination, reset position, or save location as HOME location.
Current Location Screen
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Arrival Screen
The destination is shown on the Map Display screen with a circle. A voice message announces that you are approaching your destination.
Arrival Screen
Off-Route and Route Interruptions
If you leave the current route, the Navigation software will automatically recalculate the route. This feature may be disabled if you prefer by turning “Auto Recalc
Off” in the Setup menu.
If you leave the route to make a stop, or turn off the Navigation when you resume
your trip the software remembers your destination. After you re-start, the Navigation software will ask if you want to continue your route.
Planned Route
To view planned route on a highlighted route click the Yellow Maneuver Icon and
the system will display the entire route list.
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Detour
Detour Distance
Avoid Specific Road
Cancel Route
Select this function to cancel the current route.
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SET-UP MENU
You may customize the Navigation software to your own preferences. Select Setup option to adjust navigation preferences, display options, and units (km or mi)
settings. You may also reset the vehicle position and do some basic system
diagnostics through the Setup Menu.
Navigation Preferences
Navigation Preferences allows you to set the simulation mode on, and set the
route calculation and guidance options
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Simulation On/Off – When On, the Navigation software will “drive” the
selected route even though the vehicle is not moving. This can be
used to preview a route, or show off the system to friends.
Shortest time/distance – Determines if the Navigation software
emphasizes finding the fastest or the shortest route.
Avoid Freeway yes/no – Determines if the Navigation software avoids
or uses freeways in the route calculation.
Toll Yes/No – Determines if the Navigation software uses toll roads in
the calculated route.
Auto recalc On/Off – When On, the Navigation software will automatically recalculate the route if the current route is left.
Voice Guidance On/Off – When On, the system will give audible
guidance.
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Display Options
Display options allow you to set the map orientation and some of the information
items displayed.
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North Up/Heading Up – Determines if the map is always displayed with
North direction at the top of the screen or if map is always adjusted so
that vehicle symbol points toward the top of the screen.
GPS Icon Display On/Off – Turn the display of the GPS reception symbol
on or off.
Status Bar Display On/Off – Turn the display of the Status Bar on or off.
Scale Icon Display On/Off – Determines if the map scale symbol is
shown.
Compass Icon Display On/Off – Turn the Compass symbol on or off.
Next Maneuver On/Off – Set the display of the turn symbol.
Soft Keys On/Off – Turn the function key display on or off
Enlarged Intersection On/Off – Turn the true view on or off.
UIF Settings
Color Scheme
You can select Auto, Day or Night color scheme.
NOTE: See cover page for example of the
screen.
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Point of Interest
This feature will allow you to select POI that will be displayed in different scales.
Set Distance Units
The units used when displaying and announcing the distance to turns may be set
to Miles (decimal miles, e.g. zero point three miles), Kilometers/meters, or Miles/
yards based on personal preference.
Distance Units Selection
Language
You can choose one of the following languages/voices:
NOTE: Languages available
is dependent upon memory
size and unit features.
Languages will vary from
model to model.
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Set Vehicle Position
You may reset the location of the vehicle symbol using the Set Vehicle Position
option.
System Diagnostics Menu
The System Diagnostics menu allows you to diagnose the GPS reception status,
adjust the current vehicle symbol position, and it also provides information on the
current software and map version numbers.
Diagnostic Menu
The GPS diagnostic displays the number of GPS satellites currently in view and
how many are currently being used. The GPS satellite time is displayed (UTC)
and so is the latitude and longitude determined from GPS.
GPS Diagnostic Test Result
NOTE: Please record the numbers displayed on the screen in the event you
should require technical support.
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To reset the vehicle symbol based on the GPS determined longitude and latitude,
select GPS VP reset.
GPS VP Reset
The version numbers for the system software and mapping can be found under
System Information.
System Information
Software version
Map version
NOTE: Please record the system
information displayed on the
screen in the event you should
require technical support.
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