Bushnell 360500 GPS Receiver User Manual

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Instruction Manual
Lit# 98-2348/03-12
Model#: 360500
Control & Display Guide
1. POWER Button
2. MARK Button
3. TRIP/DATA Button
4. SETUP Button
5. USB Port
6. Location Icon (1 of 5)
7. Local Time
8. Direction to Location
9. Distance to Location
10.Battery Level
11.Satellite Lock Icon
12.Trip Icon
Left Side
Fig. 1
Right Side
Note: Serial # is
inside battery
• Open battery cover and insert 3 AAA batteries (Fig 1,
pg 4). Record the serial # inside-you’ll need it later to
register your HuntTrack online. Close the cover.
• Go outdoors. HOLD POWER (1) (keep the button
pressed) until the display comes on. Wait for GPS
satellite lock (icon stops blinking) (11). This may take
a few minutes after the first power-up in a new area.
• Press SETUP (4). Press MARK (2), then press the TRIP
(3) or SETUP button to set the Hour for your area
(Fig. 2). Press the MARK button to return to the Setup
• To change the time and temp/distance formats, press
SETUP to select “12h” or “0F/yd”, then press MARK to
set to “24h” or “0C/m”. (Fig. 3). The arrow’s function is
explained on page 6. Press POWER to exit Setup.
• Press POWER to select one of five Location icons/
or 5-20 numbers (6) (Tent, Truck, Tree, Treestand,
Deer, #1-20). While standing at the Location you
want to mark, HOLD MARK to save its position in
the HuntTrack’s memory (the display will change
as shown) (Fig. 4). You can now turn the power off
(HOLD POWER) and leave the location.
• To return to the location you marked, turn the
HuntTrack on. Make sure the same icon or # you used
to mark the location is shown (if not, press POWER
to select it). The display indicates the direction and
distance back to the location (Fig. 5). Move in the
direction of the arrow, watching for the distance to
decrease. When you reach the location, the “Mark”
icon will flash in the center of the display.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
• You can use the five icons (and up to 20 numbers)
to mark different locations of any kind (your truck,
treestand, a campsite, etc.). Be sure you select a
different icon or # to store each new location. If you
hold down MARK with a previously used location
icon still selected, you will replace that one with your
current location.
• To expand or restrict the number of “extra” locations
(numbers from 1 to 20) that are available, Press SETUP
(4) three times until the location arrow on the lower
right is highlighted. Press MARK (2), then use the
TRIP/DATA or SETUP buttons to decrease or increase
the number below the arrow (Fig. 6). Press the MARK
button to confirm and return to the Setup screen.
• Power automatically turns off after 10 minutes if no
buttons have been pressed (except in Trip mode,
described next). HOLD POWER to turn the unit off
• Press the MARK button to turn the display backlight
on. It automatically turns off after 30 seconds.
• To ensure directional accuracy, hold the HuntTrack
out in front of you and move it in a “Figure 8” pattern
a few times to re-calibrate the compass (Fig. 7). A
compass calibration video is available at: http://www.
• For best results, we recommend holding the
HuntTrack in a horizontal position (not tilted) during
use (Fig. 8).
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
• Press TRIP/DATA (3) to enter Trip mode. HOLD the
TRIP/DATA button to start recording new trip data. The
display shows a moving “hiker” icon, along with updated
readouts of elapsed distance and average speed during
your trip (Fig. 9). Keep the HuntTrack powered ON
during your trip.
• To stop recording the trip data, HOLD the TRIP/DATA
Fig. 9
button again.
• The HuntTrack automatically saves the data it collects between the time
you start and stop recording your trip, including the date and time of the
trip, total distance traveled, your average speed, and changes in altitude and
Press TRIP/DATA (3) briefly to view and cycle through the HuntTrack’s data
screens (when in Trip mode, don’t hold the button down or you will start a new trip or
stop your current trip). Press POWER briefly to return to the main navigation screen.
The 6 data screens display (in order) the following data for your current location :
1. Sunrise/Sunset and Moon Phase
2. Temperature, Barometric Pressure, and Weather Trend
3. Animal Activity (current level and graph over +/- 12 hour period)
4. Distance and Average Speed (current or last trip) and Remaining Memory
(% of trip data used). The HuntTrack can store up to 48 hours of total trip
data (can be multiple trips on different days). See Fig. 9 above.
5. Route Traveled (from start to stop points of current or last trip)
6. Compass w/Altitude and Lat/Long
After recording at least one trip, connecting the HuntTrack to
your computer will enable you to see the path you took on any
of 4 types of map, view a trip data graph, and share your trip
via email or social media. To get the software:
• Go to http://www.hunttrackgps.com/ and follow the
directions to create an account (free) and register your
HuntTrack, and download the software app (Fig. 11, next
pg.). Your account provides online backup for all your trip
Fig. 10
data. (Serial number is inside the battery compartment-(Fig.
10). After registering, you’ll be taken to a screen to download the HuntTrack
application (Fig. 12) (Adobe Air® is required-it will be installed automatically
if you do not already have it on your computer). Click “Download Now”, then
select “Open”. A link to download the software will also be provided in your
confirmation email. Turn on the HuntTrack and connect its USB port to your
computer with the supplied USB cable. On Windows® PCs, the app should
open automatically (if not, click the desktop icon (Fig. 13)). Note: if you get a
Windows “AutoPlay” popup when you connect your HuntTrack, click “Open Folder
to View Files”, then double click a .btk (trip data) file). On Mac®, double click the
“HuntTrack” icon in your Applications folder to launch the application.
• Enter the User Name (email address) and Password you used when setting up
your account, then select “LOGIN” (Fig. 14). This will enable all your trip data
to be stored within your online account, so it will be automatically backed up,
and accessible to you from any computer. USING THE HuntTrack APP (Fig. 15)
• After the HuntTrack app opens, you will see one or more gray folders on the
left (a) below “My Downloaded Tracks”, each labeled with a date. Each folder
contains information on the trips taken in a 24 hour period.
• Click the folder to open it and view the individual trips (b) you made on that
date (the duration of each trip is based on the time elapsed between the
starting and stopping of a new trip recording when you held down the TRIP
Fig. 13
Fig. 12
Fig. 11
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
• The route you traveled for each trip is shown as a colored line (c) on a map.
Four types of maps are available-click on the name of a map type (d) to
change the view:
MAP-a “road map” style view, complete with road names.
SATELLITE-an aerial photo of the area.
HYBRID-a combination of the first two maps.
TERRAIN-this is a topographic map showing elevation data for the area.
• The zoom slider and position arrow pad allow you to zoom in/out and move
around on the map (e).
• Click on the name of a trip to highlight it on the map. You can hide any trip by
clicking on the “eye” icon next to it’s name (f).
• To change the name of a folder (from the default date to something like
“Canyon Trip Day 1”), right click on its name. You can also right click on a trip
within the folder to rename it.
USING THE HuntTrack APP (Fig. 16)
• Clicking on the “handle” (g) at the bottom center of the map screen will open
a popup graph window. This will allow you to view graphs for elevation,
temperature or speed (any two of these) over distance traveled, or over time
elapsed during any part of your trip. The graph line color matches the selected
trip segment’s color. Use the pull-downs (h) to select what data is displayed.
• To create a new folder, click the plus (+) icon on the bottom left (i). Existing
trips can be dragged from their original folder into the new one.
• To delete a trip or trips folder, drag it to the trash icon (j).
• Click “Share” (k) to post your trip map on Facebook.
• Click “Export Current Map” (l) and to save as a .jpg image, or send via email
• Click “Settings” (m) to select the menu language and English/metric units.
• When you have finished using the HuntTrack application, simply click
“Logout” (n). Your trip data is automatically saved in your account.
• Clicking on the target icon on the right side of the map (Fig. 17, A) will allow
you to add custom location marks anywhere on the map, using one of five
icons. Move the cursor where you want it on the map, click, then select an
Fig. 16
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icon and click “+” to add the location to the map (Fig. 18). To remove a custom
location, click it again and select “Remove” (Fig. 19).
• To view an animal activity graph for any point on the map (based on its
location, current date/time and solunar tables built into the app), click the
deer icon (Fig. 17, B), then anywhere on the map. You can even view predicted
(or past) animal activity for that location by changing the date and time
within the animal activity pop-up window (Fig. 20).
If you want to access your HuntTrack trip information from another computer, it
is not necessary for you to create a new account. Simply login to your account at
http://hunttrackgps.com , click on the download link, and install the app.
If you log out of the HuntTrack application, you will be prompted to log in again
the next time you launch the application. If you forget your password or want
to change it, you may click on the “Forgot Password?” link on the application log
in screen (Fig. 21). You may also change your password after logging in to your
existing account at http://hunttrackgps.com. Click “My Profile” in the menu at the
top of the screen (Fig. 22).
Fig. 21
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Fig. 17
Fig. 19
Fig. 20
Your Bushnell HuntTrack™ GPS unit is warranted to be free of defects in materials and
workmanship for one year after the date of purchase. In the event of a defect under this
warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace the product, provided that you return
the product postage prepaid. This warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse,
improper handling, installation, or maintenance provided by someone other than a Bushnell
Authorized Service Department.
Any return made under this warranty must be accompanied by the items listed below:
1) A check/money order in the amount of $10.00 to cover the cost of postage and handling
2) Name and address for product return
3) An explanation of the defect
4) Proof of Date Purchased
5) Product should be well packed in a sturdy outside shipping carton, to prevent damage in transit, with return postage prepaid to the address listed below:
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dealer for applicable warranty information.
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Warnings and Notices
GPS System & Location Accuracy Notice:
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the government of the United States, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. The system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment. The inherent
nature of the GPS system itself limits the accuracy of the distance indicated on the unit’s display to within about ±3~5 meters (or yards)
of the actual marked location.
This device is intended as a supplemental handheld navigation aide only. The user assumes all responsibility associated with the use of
this product. It must not be used for any purpose requiring precise measurement of location, direction, distance, velocity or topography.
This device should not be used for any aircraft navigation applications.
Vehicular Use Notice:
Bushnell is committed to the safe and responsible enjoyment of the outdoors.
Do not use this product while driving. An accident can result in property damage, injury or death if the operator fails to practice prudent
driving practices. It is the sole responsibility of the driver of any vehicle to operate the motor vehicle in a safe manner. Information from
the GPS unit can distract the operator of a motor vehicle. It is unsafe to operate the controls of the GPS unit while operating a motor
vehicle. If used in a motor vehicle, it must not be used by the operator of the motor vehicle. If it is used in a motor vehicle it must be
mounted in a manner such that it does not distract the operator, does not interfere with the operator’s field of view, and does not block
or interfere with the air bags or other safety mechanisms of the motor vehicle. Windshields and car windows with integrated metallic
materials, such as defrosters, or car window tinting films, can degrade GPS reception inside a car.
Liability Notice:
In no event shall Bushnell be liable for any incidental, special, indirect or consequential damages, whether resulting from the use, misuse,
or inability to use this product or from defects in the product.
Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
FCC Note:
This equipment 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 limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. 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.
· Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
· Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
· Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Shielded interface cable must be used with the equipment in order to comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to
Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
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