Canon S5 IS Digital Camera User Manual

Owner’s Manual
StreetPilot 7200/7500
portable car navigation
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Preface
Contact Garmin
If you encounter any difficulty while using your Garmin
StreetPilot® 7200/7500, or if you have any questions, in
the U.S.A. contact Garmin Product Support by phone at
913/397.8200 or 800/800.1020, Monday–Friday,
8 AM–5 PM Central Time. You can also visit the Garmin
Web site at www.garmin.com/support.
In Europe, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. at
44/0870.8501241.
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Record the serial number (8-digit number located on the
back of the unit, under the auto mount cradle) in case
your StreetPilot 7200/7500 needs service or you would
like to buy additional maps.
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Quick Links
•Finding an address: page 3
•Viewing the map page: page 12
•Listening to MP3 files: page 26
•Listening to an audible book: page 28
•Watching a video: page 33
•Transferring files: pages 21–24, page 57
•Adjusting the volume: page 39
•Adjusting the brightness: page 46
•Cleaning and storing your unit: page vi
•Turning off the GPS to use indoors: page 14
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Table of Contents
Preface.......................................... i
Contact Garmin......................................i
Serial Number........................................i
Quick Links............................................i
Warning................................................iv
Caution..................................................v
Caring for Your StreetPilot...................vi
Find It and Go!............................. 1
Finding a Restaurant.............................1
Following Your Route............................2
Where To?.................................... 3
Finding an Address...............................3
Finding a Place Using the Map.............4
Understanding the Information Page....5
Finding Recently Found Places ...........5
Finding Places in a Different Area.........6
Narrowing Your Search.........................6
My Locations................................ 7
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Saving Places You Find........................7
Saving Your Current Location...............7
Saving Coordinates...............................8
Setting a Home Location.......................9
Finding Saved Places...........................9
Editing Saved Places..........................10
Deleting a Saved Place.......................11
Viewing the Map and Using
the Tools................................... 12
Viewing the Map Page........................12
Trip Computer.....................................13
Turn List..............................................13
GPS Info Page....................................14
Traffic Info Page..................................14
Creating and Editing Routes.... 15
Creating a New Saved Route.............15
Editing a Saved Route........................16
Adding Midpoints (Stops) to Your
Route................................................17
Saving the Active Route......................18
Navigating a Saved Route..................18
Recalculating the Route......................18
Deleting All Saved Routes..................18
Stopping Your Route...........................18
Adding a Detour to a Route................18
Adding Avoidances..............................19
Using The Logs.......................... 20
Adjusting the Track Log......................20
Using the Mileage Logs......................20
Loading Files on Your
StreetPilot................................ 21
Step 1: Load the USB Drivers.............21
Step 2: Connect AC Power.................21
Step 3: Insert an SD Card
(Optional)..........................................21
Step 4: Connect the USB Cable.........22
Step 5: Select USB Mass Storage......22
Step 6: Transfer Files..........................23
Step 7: Eject and Unplug the USB
Cable................................................24
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Information about the Drives...............24
Using xImage to Customize Your
Splash Screen..................................25
Listening to Music and Audible
Books....................................... 26
Playing MP3 Files...............................26
Playing Music from an External
Device (Line In)................................27
Listening to Audible Books..................28
Watching Videos........................ 33
Watching a Video................................33
Using a Backup Camera.....................34
Traffic Information..................... 35
Connecting the FM Traffic Receiver....35
Viewing Traffic Events.........................35
Avoiding Traffic....................................36
Severity Color Code............................36
Traffic Symbols...................................37
Changing the Traffic Settings..............37
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Adding an FM Traffic Receiver
Subscription......................................38
Customizing Your StreetPilot... 39
Adjusting the Volume..........................39
Customizing the General Settings......39
Changing the Map Settings.................43
Changing the Navigation Settings.......45
Adjusting the Traffic Settings..............45
Changing the Screen Settings............46
Viewing Unit Information (About)........46
Restoring the Settings.........................46
Updating the Software........................55
Adding MapSource Maps....................55
Using an External GPS Antenna.........55
FCC Compliance.................................56
Software License Agreement..............56
Declaration of Conformity...................56
USB Interface Troubleshooting...........57
StreetPilot Troubleshooting.................59
Customizing the Map Data Fields.......60
Limited Warranty.................................61
Index........................................... 62
Appendix.................................... 47
Using the Remote Control...................47
Looking at the StreetPilot....................48
Installing the StreetPilot......................49
DR Cable Wiring.................................51
Custom POIs (Points of Interest)........52
Using the Garmin Travel Guide™ .......53
Technical Specifications......................54
Changing the Fuse..............................54
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Warning
This manual uses the term Warning to indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situations could
result in an accident or collision resulting in death or serious injury.
visual sightings, and maps. For safety, always resolve any discrepancies or
questions before continuing navigation.
When installing the unit in a vehicle, place the unit securely so that it
does not interfere with vehicle operating controls or obstruct the driver’s
view of the road (see diagram).
Always operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Do not become distracted
by the unit while driving, and always be fully aware of all driving
conditions. Minimize the amount of time spent viewing the screen of the
unit while driving and use voice prompts when possible.
Do not mount
where driver’s
field of vision is
blocked.
Do not place
unsecured on
the vehicle
dash.
Do not enter destinations, change settings, or access any functions
requiring prolonged use of the unit’s controls while driving. Pull over in
a safe and legal manner before attempting such operations.
Do not mount in front of an airbag field of deployment.
When navigating, carefully compare information displayed on the unit to
all available navigation sources, including information from street signs,
Hg - lamps inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to
local, state, or federal laws.
For more information go to:
www.garmin.com/aboutGarmin/environment/disposal.jsp.
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Caution
This manual uses the term Caution to indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor injury or property damage. It
may also be used without the symbol to alert you to avoid unsafe practices.
Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situations may
result in injury or property damage.
The unit is designed to provide you with route suggestions. It does not
reflect road closures or road conditions, traffic congestion, weather
conditions, or other factors that may affect safety or timing while
driving.
Use the unit only as a navigational aid. Do not attempt to use the unit
for any purpose requiring precise measurement of direction, distance,
location, or topography. This product should not be used to determine
ground proximity for aircraft navigation.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the United
States government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. The government’s system is subject to changes which
could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment,
including the unit. Although the unit is a precision navigation device,
any navigation device can be misused or misinterpreted and, therefore,
become unsafe.
The unit has no user-serviceable parts. If you ever have a problem with
your unit, take it to an authorized Garmin dealer for repairs.
The unit is fastened shut with screws. Any attempt to open the case to
change or modify the unit in any way voids your warranty and may
result in permanent damage to the equipment.
Important Information
Map Data Information: One of the goals of Garmin is to provide customers with the most complete and accurate cartography that is available to
us at a reasonable cost. We use a combination of governmental and private data sources, which we identify in product literature and copyright messages
displayed to the consumer. Virtually all data sources contain inaccurate or incomplete data to some extent. In some countries, complete and accurate map
information is either not available or is prohibitively expensive.
Notice: This Category II radio communication device complies with Industry Canada Standard RSS-310.
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Caring for Your StreetPilot
The StreetPilot 7200/7500 is constructed of high quality
materials and does not require user maintenance other
than cleaning.
Clean the touch screen using a soft, clean, lint-free
cloth. Use water, isopropyl alcohol, or eyeglass cleaner
if needed. Apply the liquid to the cloth and then gently
wipe the touch screen.
Cleaning the Unit
Protecting Your StreetPilot
Clean the unit’s outer casing using a cloth dampened
with a mild detergent solution and then wipe dry. Avoid
chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic
components.
Caring for the Touch Screen
The touch screen is intended to be operated with a finger.
Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touch
screen or damage may result. Though a PDA stylus can
also be used to operate the touch screen, never attempt
this while operating a vehicle.
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•Do not expose the unit to water or other forms
of moisture; the Street Pilot 7200/7500 is not
waterproof.
•Do not store the unit where prolonged exposure to
extreme temperatures can occur (such as in the trunk
of a car), as permanent damage may result.
•To avoid theft, do not leave your StreetPilot in plain
sight when you leave your vehicle.
•Do not store alkaline batteries in the remote control
for extended periods of time. To reduce the chance for
battery leakage in the battery compartment, remove
the batteries when storing the remote control for more
than six months.
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Find It and Go!
Find It and Go!
Use the StreetPilot 7200/7500 to find your destination and go to it.
Finding a Restaurant
➊Touch Where To?
➋Touch Food, Hotel….
➌ Touch Food & Drink.
➍Touch a food category.
➎Touch the place.
➏Touch Go To.
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Find It and Go!
Following Your Route
Follow the route to your destination using the map. As you travel, your StreetPilot guides you to your destination with
voice prompts, arrows, and directions along the top of the map. If you depart from the original route, your StreetPilot
recalculates the route and provides new route instructions.
Your route is marked
with a magenta line.
Follow the arrows.
A checkered flag marks
your destination.
For more information about using the map and the other tools, see pages 13–15.
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Where to?
Where To?
Finding an Address
From the Menu page, touch Where To? Touch Address.
➊Touch a country.
➋Touch Select City/Postal
➌ Enter the city or postal code
➍Touch the correct city or
➎Enter the address number
➏Select the address, if
postal code.
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Code.
and touch Done.
and then touch Done.
necessary. Touch Go To.
Where to?
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Using the Map
From the Menu page, touch
View Map. You can
also touch Where to? > Browse Map. Touch and
drag anywhere on the map to browse the map (view
different parts of the map).
➊Touch any object on the map. Touch Review.
Tips for Browsing the Map
•Touch the map and drag to view different parts of
the map.
and
icons to zoom in and out.
•Use the
•Touch any object on the map. An arrow appears
pointing at the object you selected.
•Touch Review to open the location’s information
page; for more information, see the next page.
•Touch Save As Favorite to save the location
selected by the pointer to your Favorites.
•Touch Back to return to the previous screen.
➋Touch Go To or Advanced.
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Where to?
Understanding the Information Page
When you find a location, select it in the search results
list to open the item’s information page.
Finding Recently Found Places
Your StreetPilot stores the last 50 places you have found
in Recent Finds.
➊Touch Where To? > Recent Finds.
Information Page
Touch Go To to create and follow a route to this location.
Touch Advanced to view other options for this location:
•Insert in Current Route—add this point as the next
stop in your route.
•Add As Favorite—add this location to your
Favorites. For more information, see page 7.
•Find Near Point—find a location near this point.
•Browse Map—view this location on the map.
➋Select an item from the search results list.
Touch Category to display recent finds of a certain
category, such as Food, Hotel….
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Where to?
Finding Places in a Different Area
Narrowing Your Search
➊From the search results list, touch Near….
➊From the search results list, touch Spell.
➋Select one of the search options.
➋Enter part of the name and touch Done.
You can search for locations in a different area, such as a
different city or near your destination.
To narrow your search, you can spell part of the name of
the location you are searching for.
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My Locations
My Locations
Saving Places You Find
After you have found a place you want to save, select it
in the results list.
➊Touch Advanced.
➋Touch Add As Favorite.
Saving Your Current Location
From the Menu page, touch
View Map.
➊Touch anywhere on the map.
➋Touch Save As Favorite.
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My Locations
Saving Coordinates
If you know the geographic coordinates of your destination, you can use your StreetPilot to navigate to any location
using its latitude and longitude coordinates. From the Menu page, touch Where To? > My Locations > Coordinates.
Entering the Coordinates
➊Touch Enter Position.
➋Enter the coordinates, and
touch Next.
➌Touch Go To.
Browsing the Map for Coordinates
➊Touch Browse Map.
➋Touch the location on the map, ➌Touch Go To.
and touch Save As Favorite.
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My Locations
Setting a Home Location
You can set a Home Location for the place you return to most often. From the Menu page, touch Where To?
➊Touch Go Home.
➋Select an option.
➌ Touch Save Home.
After you set your Home Location, touch Where To? and then touch Go Home.
Finding Saved Places
From the Menu page, touch Where To?
➊Touch My Locations.
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➋Touch Favorites.
➌ Touch a saved place.
My Locations
Editing Saved Places
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data > Favorites.
➊Touch Edit/Review Favorites. ➋Touch the item you want to edit. ➌Touch Edit.
➍Touch the item you want to edit.
Name—enter a new name for the location using the on-screen keyboard.
Location—edit the location of the place; you can use the map or enter
new coordinates using the keyboard.
Elevation—enter the elevation of the saved place.
Category—assign this place to a category; touch
categories.
to view the
Symbol—select a symbol to be shown on the map for this location.
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My Locations
Deleting a Saved Place
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data > Favorites.
➊Touch Delete Favorites.
➋Touch By Selection.
➌Touch a saved location.
➍Touch Delete.
By Selection—touch each location and delete them each individually.
By Category—select one category to delete all of the locations assigned
to that category.
Delete All—removes all saved places from your Favorites.
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Viewing the Map and Using the Tools
Viewing the Map and Using the Tools
Viewing the Map Page
From the Menu page, touch View Map to open the map. Touch an area of the map to see additional information, as
shown below. The position icon shows your current location.
While navigating a route, touch the blue text
bar to open the Turn List. See page 13.
Touch
Touch
to zoom out.
to zoom in.
Touch the Speed or Arrival
data field to open the Trip
Computer. See page 13.
Touch the map to view and
browse a 2-D map.
Map Page while Navigating a Route
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Viewing the Map and Using the Tools
Trip Computer
Turn List
Trip Computer, select Speed or Arrival on
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the map. Or, from the Menu page, touch Tools > Trip
Computer.
While navigating a route, touch the blue text bar on the
map page to open the Turn List. Or, from the Menu page,
touch Tools > Turn List.
The Trip Computer indicates your current speed and
provides helpful statistics about your trip.
Current speed
Current
direction
of travel
Distance to your final
destination
The Turn List displays a list of turn-by-turn instructions
for your entire route as well as arrival information.
Direction of this turn
Distance to this turn
Total
distance
traveled
(odometer)
Touch Reset Trip to reset all information on the Trip
Computer. To reset the Maximum Speed, touch Reset
Max.
Turn details
Touch View All to see all the turns in the route. Touch
and
to scroll through the list.
Touch a turn to see the turn on a map (the Next Turn
page). Also, press Speak on the remote control to open
the Next Turn Page. Touch
and
to scroll
through all the turns in the route. Touch
and
to
zoom in and out of the turn on the map.
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Viewing the Map and Using the Tools
GPS Info Page
From the map or Menu page, touch the signal strength
bars in the upper left corner to view the GPS Info page.
Or, from the Menu page, touch Tools > GPS Info.
Sky view
Satellite signal
strength bars
The sky view shows the satellites you are receiving. The
satellite signal strength bars indicate the strength of each
satellite you are receiving. A solid bar indicates the GPS
satellite is ready for use.
GPS Settings
Use Indoors—touch Yes to turn the GPS receiver off
and use the unit indoors.
Set Position—set your position, if Use Indoors is
enabled. Select your location on the map and touch OK.
WAAS/EGNOS—disable and enable WAAS/EGNOS.
WAAS and EGNOS are systems of satellites and ground
stations that provide GPS signal corrections, giving you
even better position accuracy. To learn about WAAS and
EGNOS, visit www.garmin.com/aboutGPS/waas.html.
Traffic Info Page
To use the traffic features, you need an FM Traffic
Receiver. See pages 35–38 of this manual for
information about traffic.
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > GPS.
You can also access the GPS Settings by touching the
GPS Settings button on the GPS Info page.
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Creating and Editing Routes
Creating and Editing Routes
Creating a New Saved Route
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data > Routes.
➊Touch Create New
➋Touch a method and touch
Saved Route.
Next. Select the starting point.
➌Touch a method and touch
➍To add a stop, touch Yes, then ➎Select your preference
➏Touch Finish.
touch Next. Select the point.
and touch Next.
Next. Select the ending point.
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Creating and Editing Routes
Editing a Saved Route
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data > Routes.
➊Touch Edit/Review Routes.
➍Touch the item to edit.
➋Touch the route to edit.
➌Touch Edit.
Rename—enter a new name for the route using the on-screen keyboard.
Edit/Review Points—add, arrange, remove, re-order, and review points
in the route. For more info, see the next page.
Change Preference—change calculation preference to Faster Time,
Shorter Distance, or Off Road.
Delete Route—delete this route.
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Creating and Editing Routes
Adding Midpoints (Stops) to Your Route
You can add midpoints (also called via points or stops) to your route as you create it, as described on page 15. You
can also add points to your route when you edit the route, as described below. Follow the steps on the previous page
to begin editing the route.
➌Touch where you to want to
Touch
Edit/Review
Points.
add the point.
Touch
Add.
➊
➋
➍Touch a method and then
select the point.
➎Add points as necessary.
Touch Done when finished.
Auto Arrange—arranges the points
to provide the shortest route.
Remove—touch the point you want
to remove and then touch Remove.
Re-Order—touch the point to move
and touch Move Up or Move Down.
Touch Done when finished.
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Creating and Editing Routes
Saving the Active Route
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data >
Routes > Save Active Route.
Navigating a Saved Route
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data >
Routes > Navigate Saved Route. Touch the route
you want to navigate.
Recalculating the Route
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data >
Routes > Recalculate Route.
Deleting All Saved Routes
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data >
Routes >
> Delete All Saved Routes.
Stopping Your Route
From the Menu page, touch Stop.
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Adding �a Detour to a Route
If you need to take a detour from your current route,
open the Menu page and touch Detour.
1 kilometer, 5 kilometers, or 10 kilometers—select
the distance of the detour. For example if a road
sign indicates that the street is closed for the next
3 kilometers, touch 5 kilometers in the list. Your
StreetPilot recalculates your route for the next five 5
kilometers.
Detour by Road(s) In Route—select roads in your route
to avoid. For example, if the highway ramp is closed,
select the ramp in the list of roads. Your StreetPilot
recalculates your route to avoid that ramp.
Detour by Traffic Event on Route—if you are using
an FM Traffic Receiver, you can detour around traffic
events.
Remove All Detours—touch to remove any detours you
have entered for the route.
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Creating and Editing Routes
Adding Avoidances
From the Menu page, touch Settings > Navigation >
to view more road types to avoid.
Creating Custom Avoids
You can enter specific areas and roads
to avoid in your routes. From the
Avoidance Setup menu, touch
two times and then touch Custom
Avoids.
> Avoidance Setup. Select the road type to avoid. Touch
➊Touch Add New Avoid Area
or Add New Avoid Road.
➌Touch the second corner
and touch Next.
➋Touch the first corner
and touch Next.
➍Touch Finish.
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Using The Logs
Using The Logs
Adjusting the Track Log
As you travel, the StreetPilot creates a bread crumb trail
(track log) of your movement. From the Menu page,
touch Tools > My Data > Track Log.
Using the Mileage Logs
You can keep four different mileage logs of your travels.
From the Menu page, touch Tools > My Data > Mileage
Log. Touch a log to edit it.
Recording—turn off and on the track log recorder.
Percentage Full—displays the current percentage
capacity of the track log. To clear the track log, touch
Percentage Full > Yes > OK.
Displaying the Track Log
From the Menu page, touch Settings > Map > Zoom
Level Detail > Track Log. Select a zoom setting at
which the track log is shown. Touch OK.
Name—enter a new name.
Your track log is shown as a fine dotted line on the map.
Distance—reset the mileage log.
Active—make this log active or inactive.
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Loading Files on Your 7200/7500
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Your StreetPilot can store files, such as MP3 music
files, custom POIs, and splash screen images. Using the
USB Mass Storage mode, copy and paste files to the
StreetPilot’s internal memory or to an optional SD card.
Step 2: Connect AC Power
Step 1: Load the USB Drivers
Step 3: Insert an SD Card (Optional)
Before connecting the USB cable to your computer,
place the enclosed USB driver disk into your computer’s
disk drive.
Connect the enclosed AC power cable to the power
connector on the right side of the StreetPilot. Connect
the end to an available electrical outlet.
The SD card slot is located on the left-hand side of the
StreetPilot. Press the card in until it clicks.
If the program does not start automatically, click Start
and then Run…. Type the letter of your disk drive
followed by “setup” (example: “D:\setup”). Then press
Enter.
Follow the instructions on your computer’s screen.
Inserting an SD Card
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Loading Files on Your 7200/7500
Step 4: Connect the ����������
USB Cable
Use the USB cable provided to connect your StreetPilot
to your computer. Also use the USB cable when updating
the StreetPilot software or loading additional maps.
To connect your StreetPilot to your computer:
1.Plug the small end of the USB cable into the
connector located on the side of your StreetPilot.
2.Connect the larger end of the USB cable to an
available USB port on your computer.
Step 5: Select USB Mass Storage
After connecting the USB cable to the StreetPilot and
your computer, press the Power button on the front
of the StreetPilot to turn it on. The following screen
appears:
To transfer files to your StreetPilot, touch USB Mass
Storage.
If you would like to use MapSource or update your
software, touch Garmin Mode.
Connecting the USB Cable
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Loading Files on Your 7200/7500
Step 6: Transfer Files
Deleting Files from Your StreetPilot
1.Double-click the My Computer icon
on
your computer’s desktop.
2.Browse your computer for the file you want to
copy.
3.Highlight the file, right-click your mouse, and
select Copy.
4.Open the “GARMIN” drive (see the next page).
5.Select Edit > Paste. The file then appears in the
list of files on the “GARMIN” drive.
With the StreetPilot connected to your computer and in
USB Mass Storage mode, open My Computer. Open
your “GARMIN” drive or SD drive. Highlight the file
that you want to delete from your StreetPilot and press
the Delete key on your computer’s keyboard.
After you connect your StreetPilot to your computer and
select USB Mass Storage, you are ready to transfer files.
Where Do I Paste the Files?
For most files, like your MP3 files, you can paste them
anywhere in the “GARMIN” drive. When you transfer
Audible Books, AudibleManager places the books in an
Audible folder. The POI Loader places custom POIs in
the POI folder.
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You can delete files from your StreetPilot just as you
would delete files from your computer.
Caution: Do not delete any files if you are not
sure of their purpose. Your StreetPilot contains
important system files that should not be deleted.
Be especially cautious of deleting files located in
folders titled “garmin.”
Additional Help
For troubleshooting tips for using the StreetPilot with
your computer to transfer files, see page 57.
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Loading Files on Your 7200/7500
Step 7: Eject and Unplug the USB
Cable
When you are finished transferring files, double-click
the Unplug or Eject icon in your system tray. Select
“USB Mass Storage Device” and click Stop. Select the
“GARMIN” drive and click OK. You can disconnect
your StreetPilot from your computer now.
Drive Storage Capacity
To view available space for your “GARMIN” drive,
right-click on the drive name and select Properties from
the shortcut menu.
System Tray
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Drives
After you connect your StreetPilot to your computer, a
Removable Disk drive entitled “GARMIN” appears in
your computer’s list of drives. If you have an SD card
inserted in your StreetPilot, a “CARD” Removable Disk
drive also appears.
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7500 Removable Disk Drives
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Loading Files on Your 7200/7500
If you are connected to several network drives, the
“GARMIN” drive might not appear. To display the drive,
right-click on a network drive and click Disconnect.
Note: On some Windows operating systems,
the StreetPilot drives may not be named
automatically. In this case, refer to the Windows
Help file for directions on renaming your
StreetPilot drives.
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Using xImage to Customize Your
Splash Screen
xImage allows you to exchange images between your
computer and your StreetPilot. Use xImage to download
your current splash screen, then customize or replace it,
and send it back to your StreetPilot. You can download
xImage from the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com
/ximage/. Refer to the Help file for complete instructions
about using xImage.
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Listening to Music and Audible Books
Listening to Music and Audible Books
Playing MP3 Files
➊Touch Tools.
➋Touch Music Player.
➌Touch Source to select MP3
➍Touch a category.
➎Touch Play All.
➏Enjoy the good music!
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mode. Touch Browse.
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Touch Playlist to view all of the songs in the playlist. To
start playing the playlist from a different song, touch the
song.
Using the MP3 Player
Touch the album cover to view information about the
song, artist, and album.
Touch
to adjust the volume.
Touch
to play the beginning of the song again.
Touch twice to play the previous song on the playlist.
Touch and hold to rewind the song.
Playing Music from an External
Device (Line In)
Your StreetPilot can play music from an external device,
such as an MP3 player or CD player. You can then listen
to the StreetPilot’s voice guidance and your music.
Touch
to skip to the next song on the playlist. Touch
and hold to fast forward through the song.
Connect the device to the A/V In connector on the right
side of the StreetPilot.
Touch
play.
From the Menu page, touch Tools > Music Player.
Touch the Source button to select Line In.
to pause the song. Touch
to resume
Touch
to repeat the song (repeat mode).
Touch
to shuffle the playlist (shuffle mode).
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Control the music using the external device. Control the
volume using the StreetPilot (see page 39).
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Listening to Music and Audible Books
Listening to Audible Books
Your StreetPilot provides several sample audible books. These sample books are only portions of the book; to hear an
entire book, purchase it from Audible.com; see pages 30–32.
➊Touch Tools.
➋Touch Music Player.
➌Touch Source to select
➍Touch Browse.
➎Touch the book title.
➏Touch
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Audible Book mode.
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Moving around the Book
Using Bookmarks
To create a bookmark, touch
and touch Save.
To view your bookmarks, touch
and then touch
a bookmark. Touch Play to listen to the book from the
bookmark. Touch Edit to delete the bookmark or rename
the bookmark.
Touch
to adjust the volume.
Touch
to play the previous section of the book.
Touch and hold to skip back through the book (rewind).
Touch
to skip to the next section of the book. Touch
and hold to skip forward through the book (fast forward).
Touch
to pause the book. Touch
playing the book.
Tip
When you are playing an audible book, press Map
on the remote control to view other pages in the
StreetPilot (such as the map).
to resume
Touch the book cover art to view information about the
book.
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Listening to Music and Audible Books
Getting Started with Audible.com
Before you can listen to audible books on your
StreetPilot, you need to complete a few setup steps.
These are all one time processes.
Step 1: Load the USB Drivers
If you have not already loaded the USB drivers to your
computer, do so now. Before connecting the USB cable
to your computer, load the USB drivers to your computer
using the enclosed USB driver disk. See page 21.
Step 2: Create an Audible Account and
download AudibleManager
Go to http://garmin.audible.com and create an
Audible.com account. After you create an account,
download AudibleManager to your personal computer.
You can purchase a book now or any time.
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Activate Your StreetPilot with
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AudibleManager
Before you can listen to a book you have downloaded
from Audible.com, you must activate your StreetPilot to
use with AudibleManager.
1.Disconnect your StreetPilot from your computer:
double-click the Unplug or Eject
icon in your
system tray. Select “USB Mass Storage Device”
and click Stop. Select the StreetPilot drives
and click OK. Unplug the USB cable from your
StreetPilot.
2.From your computer’s desktop, double-click the
AudibleManager icon to open AudibleManager.
3.In the “Choose your device” window, click the
box next to “Garmin” to place a check mark in the
box. Click Next.
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4.Enter your Audible user name and password.
Click Next.
5.Connect your StreetPilot to your computer using
the USB cable. Touch USB Mass Storage. Wait
a few moments for AudibleManager to detect
your StreetPilot.
6.Select Activate my player(s) and click Next.
7.Please wait while AudibleManager attempts
to activate your StreetPilot. Upon completion,
a message appears saying the process was
successful. Click Finish.
Loading Audible Books to Your StreetPilot
Note: If you are unable to connect to the
Connecting the USB Cable
Internet or have any other problems activating
your StreetPilot, refer to the Audible Manager
Help file. Select Help from the menu and click
Help.
After following the steps on the previous page, you are
ready to load an audible book to your StreetPilot.
Step 1: Connect the StreetPilot to your computer
1.Connect the mini-USB connector to the side of
the StreetPilot.
2.Connect the larger end of the cable to an
available USB port on your computer.
3.If you want to load the book on your SD card,
insert the SD card into the slot in your StreetPilot.
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Listening to Music and Audible Books
Step 2: Purchase and download the book to
your computer
Refer to AudibleManager’s Help file for detailed
instructions about downloading books to your computer
and loading them on your StreetPilot.
If you have not purchased audible books yet, you can
purchase them now. They are added to your online
library so you can download them to your computer.
1.From your computer’s desktop, double-click the
AudibleManager icon to open AudibleManager.
2.Click the Go to My Library Online button on
the top center of the window. Your Audible.com
library opens, displaying the books you have
purchased.
3.Click Get it Now to download the book to your
computer.
4.Select a format and click Download.
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Step 3: Transfer the book to your StreetPilot
Refer to AudibleManager’s Help file for detailed
instructions about downloading books to your computer
and loading them on your StreetPilot. You must first
activate your StreetPilot before transferring books; see
page 30.
1.Open AudibleManager.
2.Select the Internal Drive or External Drive (SD
card) in the lower portion of the window.
3.Select the book title. Click Add to Garmin
StreetPilot 7200/7500 in the top left corner.
4.Select how much of the book you want to load.
You can load small sections at a time to save
memory. Click OK. AudibleManager transfers the
book to your StreetPilot.
5.When you are finished, double-click the Unplug
or Eject Hardware icon
. Click Stop and OK.
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Watching Videos
Watching Videos
Watching a Video
Your StreetPilot accepts PAL composite video. You
need an A/V adapter cable available from Garmin or
an electronics store. Your video device may require an
additional adapter cable.
1.Connect the small end of the A/V adapter cable
to the A/V In on the right side of the StreetPilot.
2.Connect the red, white, and yellow connectors to
the corresponding plugs on your video device.
3.Apply external power to the video device, if
necessary. Turn on the video device.
4.Touch Yes to switch to the video.
To automatically switch to show the video when
you connect the video device, from the Menu page
touch Settings > General > Video Input. Adjust the
Detection Response.
Connecting the A/V adapter cable
5.Touch anywhere on the screen to return to the
previous screen (such as the map).
6.To resume watching the video, from the Menu
page, touch Settings > General > Video Input >
View Source.
Press Map on the remote control to scroll through
the pages, such as the map and video.
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Watching Videos
Using a Backup Camera
Reverse Response—set to Auto or Prompt.
You must have the DR cable installed by a professional.
See pages 51–53 for more information. Mount the camera
according to the instructions from the manufacturer.
View Source—when the backup camera is connected to
the StreetPilot, touch View Source to view the camera.
Using a Dead Reckoning (DR) cable (available from
Garmin as an accessory), you can connect a PAL
composite reverse/backup camera to the StreetPilot.
Each time you put your vehicle in reverse, the camera
shows what is behind you.
Reverse Light Polarity—select High or Low. Contact
the vehicle manufacturer for polarity or check with a
voltmeter. Set to High (most common) if a positive,
high voltage is detected when the reverse lights are
illuminated. Set to Low if no or low voltage is detected
when the reverse lights are illuminated.
Adjusting the Video Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > Video
Input.
Input Type—Select Backup Camera and touch Done.
Caution: Do not rely solely on a backup camera connected to the A/V Input when operating your vehicle.
A backup camera does not provide a comprehensive view of the entire rear area of a vehicle. You should
always look around outside your vehicle and use your mirrors to confirm rearward clearance. Garmin cannot
be held responsible for injuries, collisions, or accidents resulting from backup camera usage.
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Traffic Information
Traffic Information
Using an optional FM Traffic Receiver, your StreetPilot
7200/7500 can receive and use traffic information. When
a traffic message is received, your StreetPilot displays
the event on the map and can change your route to avoid
the traffic incident.
Connecting the FM Traffic Receiver
For more information about the FM Traffic Receiver,
visit the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com). For
participating FM subscription providers and covered
cities, refer to www.garmin.com/fmtraffic.
From the Menu page, touch Tools > Traffic Info. Select
an item in the Traffic Events list to view the details.
Touch Near… to view traffic at a different location.
Plug the cable from the FM Traffic Receiver into the
USB connector on the right side of the StreetPilot.
Viewing Traffic Events
Traffic symbol
Signal
strength
Color
code
Traffic Events List
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Traffic Information
Avoiding Traffic
When a traffic incident is on your current route, a
appears in the lower-left corner of the map showing the
total delay in minutes. To avoid the traffic, touch
,
touch the incident, and then touch Detour Around.
Severity Color Code
The bars to the left of the traffic symbols indicate the
severity of the traffic incident:
= Low severity; traffic is still flowing.
= Medium severity; traffic is a bit congested.
= High severity; traffic is heavily congested or
stopped.
Traffic Symbols
International
Symbols
Meaning
Road Condition
North
American
Symbols
Road Construction
Road Closed
Congestion
Accident
Incident
Information
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Traffic Information
Changing the Traffic Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > Traffic.
Symbol Style—select the style of traffic symbols
you want to display on the map: North American or
International.
Audio Notification—turn on or off the audio notification
when a traffic event occurs on the road you are traveling
on or the route you are navigating.
Subscriptions—view your traffic subscriptions. If you
have an FM Traffic Receiver connected, touch FM
Traffic Subscriptions to view your subscriptions. Touch
the subscription to display the expiration date. To add a
subscription, touch Add Subscription. See the next page
for information about adding an FM Traffic subscription.
Avoid Traffic—enable or disable the StreetPilot to avoid
traffic events when generating a route.
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Traffic Information
Adding an FM Traffic Receiver Subscription
Your FM Traffic Receiver may have a trial subscription or you may be in an area with free service. You can also add
subscriptions to expand your service area. Write down your FM Traffic Receiver’s unit ID. Go to www.garmin.com
/fmtraffic to purchase a traffic subscription and get a 25-character traffic subscription code.
➊Touch Settings.
➋Touch Traffic.
➌Touch
➍Touch FM Traffic
➎Touch Add
➏Touch Next.
➐Enter the code and
➑Touch OK.
Subscription.
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Subscriptions.
touch Next.
Subscriptions.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Customizing Your StreetPilot
Adjusting the Volume
From the Menu page, touch Volume. Touch the
and
to adjust the volume of the speaker. Touch Mute to
silence the audio output.
Customizing the General Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings >
General.
GPS
Touch Settings to open the Audio Settings page. See
page 40 for more information.
Touch Advanced to adjust the volume levels of the
navigation prompts, MP3/Audible books, and Line In
device.
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > GPS.
See page 14.
Changing the Language
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
Language.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Voice Language—change the language for all voice
prompts and messages. Touch the voice you want to
use and touch OK. To delete that voice from your
StreetPilot, touch Delete and OK.
Your StreetPilot contains two different types of voice
languages: text-to-speech and pre-recorded. Languages
noted with “TTS” are text-to-speech (TTS) voices. The
text-to-speech voices “read” and “speak” the words that
appear on the StreetPilot. The voices have an extensive
vocabulary, and they pronounce the street names as you
approach turns. The languages without “TTS” are prerecorded voices, which have a limited vocabulary and do
not speak names of locations or streets.
NOTE: If you change the voice language, your
StreetPilot must restart to complete this change.
Text Language—change the on-screen text to the
selected language. Changing the text language does not
change the language of map data or user-entered data.
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Speech Rate—select the rate for voice prompts.
Customizing the Keyboard
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
Keyboard.
Input Type—select the English Only keyboard, or
select West European to use diacritical characters.
Entry Type—select how keyboard keys display:
ABCDEF displays keys in alphabetical order.
QWERTY displays a standard typewriter configuration.
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Audio Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
Audio.
Guidance—turn on the vocal guidance prompts. Select
Speak Key Only to hear the prompts only when you
press the Speak key on the remote control.
Attention Tone—turn on or off the attention tone
sounded before voice prompts.
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Touch Screen Tone—turn on or off the tone sounded
each time you touch the screen.
Keypress Tone—turn on or off the tone sounded each
time you press a button on the remote.
Speed Adjusted Volume—select how much the volume
increases as your speed increases: Low, Medium, or
High. To manually control the volume, select Off.
Audio Jack—select Headphones when using
headphones. Select Line Out if you are connecting to
the audio input of another device (like a car stereo), and
excessive audio noise is heard.
Configuring Video Input
The StreetPilot supports PAL composite video input.
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > Video
Input.
Input Type—select the video input type: DVD/video or
Backup Camera. For more information about setting up
the backup camera, see page 34.
Detection Response—select how the StreetPilot
switches to the video. This setting changes to Reverse
Response when Backup Camera is selected.
Volume—opens the volume adjustment screen. See page
39 for more information.
View Source—displays the video source.
Note: When you switch from the video input
to the navigation screens, the screen momentarily
turns black and then the navigation screens
appear. This is normal.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Customizing Proximity Alerts
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
Proximity Alerts to adjust the notifications for custom
POIs you have loaded on the StreetPilot.
Audio Notifications—turn off or on the alerts that sound
as you approach a custom POI.
Visual Notification—turn off or on the pop-up alerts
that appear as you approach a custom POI.
Continuous Notification—select which alerts (which
types of POIs) you will be continually notified of.
Changing the TourGuide Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
TourGuide. If you have a third-party, GPS-guided
audio tour loaded on your StreetPilot, you can select
Auto Play to hear the complete tour as programmed,
Prompted to show the speaker icon
on the map
when tour information is available during your route, or
Off. For more information about the TourGuide feature,
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see page 53. For more information about loading files to
your StreetPilot, see page 21.
Changing Your Time Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > Time.
Time Zone—select your time zone.
Time Format—select 12 or 24 hour time format.
Daylight Saving—select Auto, Yes, or No. The Auto
setting automatically adjusts the time for daylight saving
based on your time zone.
Selecting Units
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > Units.
Change units of measure to statute, metric, or custom.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Turning Safe Mode Off and On
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General > Safe
Mode. Turn on or off the safe mode, which disables all
unit functions that require significant operator attention
and could become a distraction while driving.
Map Datum—select the map datum to be used by your
StreetPilot. If you are navigating and comparing the GPS
coordinates to a map, chart, or other reference, set the
map datum in your StreetPilot to the same datum as the
map to ensure the most accurate navigation.
Changing the Coordinates Settings
Changing the Map Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings > General >
Coordinates.
Position Format—change the appearance of
coordinates.Your current position is viewed on the GPS
in the form of coordinates. Because different maps and
charts use different position formats, the StreetPilot
allows you to choose the correct coordinate system for
the type of map you are using.
From the Menu page, touch Settings >
Map.
Map Detail—adjust detail shown on the map.
Displaying more detail causes the map to redraw slowly.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Orientation—change the perspective of the map.
•2D North Up—display the map in 2 dimensions (2D) with North at the top.
•2D Track Up—display the map in 2 dimensions
(2-D) with your direction of travel at the top of the
screen.
•3D Track Up—display the map in 3 dimensions
(3-D), with your direction of travel at the top of the
screen. This is the default map view.
Color Mode—select Day for a bright background.
Select Night for a black background. Select Auto to
automatically switch between the two.
Auto Zoom—disable or enable automatic zooming
on the map for optimal viewing. You can also select a
maximum auto zoom distance, for example: 120 meters.
Route Color—select the color of the route line.
Map Data Fields—adjust the size and content of the
data fields shown on the Map page. Select None to
remove the data fields to see more of the map. Select
Wide to make the data fields larger; they take up more
room on the map. Select Thin to see make the data fields
thinner so you can see more of the map. See page 60 for
more information.
Text Size—adjust the display size of text on the map.
Zoom Level Detail—customize which map items appear
at various zoom levels. For each map item, you can
select Off, Auto, or a maximum zoom distance.
Note: More detail increases the time it takes the
map to refresh.
Detail Maps—enable and disable the detailed maps
loaded in your StreetPilot.
Dim Roads—dim roads that are not on your route. You
can select Never or While Routing.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Changing the Navigation Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings >
Navigation.
Vehicle—specify your vehicle type.
Preference—select a preference for route calculations.
Ask Preference—select whether the unit asks for your
preference each time it calculates a route.
Dead Reckoning Setup—(7500 only) configure the
7500 for Dead Reckoning. See pages 51–53 for more
information.
Next Turn Pop-up—select when the Next Turn pop-up
window appears.
Off-Route Recalculation—set the way the unit
responds when off the route. You can silence the “offroute, recalculating” message here.
Continuous Auto Routing—turn on or off Continuous
Auto Routing, which allows the StreetPilot to continually
search for a better route to your destination. This can be
useful if a traffic accident occurs on the current route.
When On is selected, the StreetPilot automatically routes
you around a severe traffic delay when a better alternate
route exists.
Avoidance Setup—see page 19.
Adjusting the Traffic Settings
See page 37.
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Customizing Your StreetPilot
Changing the Screen Settings
From the Menu page, touch Settings >
Screen.
Brightness—select Manual and then touch Next. Touch
the
to decrease the brightness of the backlight or
to increase it. Select Auto for automatic brightness
adjustment.
Calibrate Touch Screen—if you think the touch screen
is not responding properly, you can calibrate the screen.
You may need to use the remote to access this page.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
FM Traffic Receiver—if you have a FM Traffic
Receiver, you can view the FM Traffic Receiver’s unit
ID. Connect the FM Traffic Receiver to the StreetPilot.
Copyright Info—view copyright information about
your StreetPilot.
Restoring the Settings
To restore the unit to its original settings, open the Menu
page and touch Settings > Restore Defaults > Yes.
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Unit Information (About)
From the Menu page, touch Settings >
About.
StreetPilot—view the unit’s software version, audio
version, and unit ID.
Detail Maps—view the version of maps on your
StreetPilot.
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Appendix
Appendix
Using the Remote Control
The alphanumeric remote control operates using two AAA batteries. To use the remote, aim it toward the Power
button on the front of the StreetPilot.
(Zoom) In—zooms into the map.
Thumb Stick—highlights options and moves the
map pointer. Press in to make a selection.
(Zoom) Out—zooms out of the map.
Page ▲ and ▼—scrolls through lists and pages.
Menu—opens the Menu page. Press repeatedly
to scroll through the Menu page, the Tools menu,
Vol + and - —raises and lowers the volume.
and Settings menu.
Alphanumeric Keys—enters numbers and
Map—opens the map page. Press repeatedly to
letters. To enter letters or numbers, press the key
scroll through the Map, Menu, Music Player, and
repeatedly until the correct character appears.
Video.
(7)—acts like the rewind button in the Music
Back—returns to the previous page and cancels
Player.
data entry.
(9)—acts like the fast forward button in the
Speak—announces the next turn or the GPS
Music Player.
status.
(0)—acts like the Pause/Play button in the
Music Player.
IN
OUT
ZOOM
MENU
MAP
BACK
SPEAK
PAGE
VOL
1
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
JKL
5
MNO
6
PQRS
TUV
8
WXYZ
7
9
0
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Appendix
Looking at the StreetPilot
Front
Mini-USB connector
(for USB cable or FM
Traffic Receiver)
Touch screen
SD card slot
A/V in
(for external
audio or video
device)
Power button
(aim the remote here)
Audio out
(for headphones
or Line out)
Left Side
Right Side
MCX connector
(for external
antenna)
Light sensor
Power
(for AC adapter)
Back
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Appendix
Installing the StreetPilot
To attach the mounting cradle to the StreetPilot:
1.Place the two tabs on the cradle into the two
grooves on the top of the StreetPilot. (A)
2.Swing the cradle forward so that the StreetPilot is
fully seated in the cradle. (B)
3.Slide the cradle’s locking lever to the right
(locked).
Mounting cradle
A
StreetPilot
B
To attach the mounting plate to your dashboard:
1.Clean the area where you want to place the
mount with rubbing alcohol. Dry with a clean dry
cloth.
2.Remove the liner from the bottom of the
mounting plate.
3.Place the mounting plate in the selected location.
4.Bend the edges of the mounting plate to fit the
surface.
Mounting Base on
Mounting Plate
Puck
Attaching the Cradle to the StreetPilot
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To slide the puck into the mounting base:
Locking
lever on the
mounting base
Locking lever
on the cradle
Sliding the Puck into the Base
1.Slide the puck on the bottom of the mounting
cradle into the mounting base.
2.Slide the base’s locking lever to the right (locked).
3.Plug the power cable into a 12-Volt receptacle in
your vehicle.
4.Route the cable so it does not interfere with
vehicle operation.
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To remove the puck from the mounting cradle:
1.Slide the cradle’s locking lever to the left, swing
the cradle backward, and pull the cradle off of the
StreetPilot.
2.Remove the two screws from the front of the
cradle.
3.Remove the two screws, one on each side, near
the bottom of the cradle (see image below).
Remove four screws
to remove the puck
and expose the 4-hole
pattern.
The puck mounting adapter is now detached from the
mount, allowing you to mount the StreetPilot 7200/7500
using a standard AMPS 4-hole mounting system.
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Appendix
DR Cable Wiring
Connecting the DR Cable to the Vehicle
The Dead Reckoning (DR) cable is used by the 7500
to provide dead reckoning, which allows the 7500 to
continue to get navigation guidance even if it loses GPS
reception. The DR cable is also needed for both the 7200
and 7500 to use a backup camera. The DR cable must be
installed to the Reverse Light Switch. For information
about configuring the backup camera, see page 34.
1.Connect the orange DR 1 wire to the Vehicle
Speed Sensor Signal. Do not connect to the
vehicle speed sensor signal from the ABS
control. (Note: For backup camera, you only
need to connect DR 2.)
2.Connect the green DR 2 wire to the Reverse
Light Switch.
The Dead Reckoning (DR) cable connections must be
installed by a Garmin-authorized, licensed installer.
Connecting the DR Cable to the 7500
WARNING: The terms of the Garmin Warranty
require that the DR cable be installed by Garminauthorized, licensed installers.
DR 2 - green to Reverse Light Switch
If you need to cut or splice the
cable, cut or splice past limiter.
DR 1 - orange to Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal
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1.Open the weather cap on the 12-Volt plug to
access the DR connector.
2.Plug the end of the DR cable into the connector.
Push the plug in until it is fully seated.
Do not cut or splice the cable
between the limiter and plug. DR 1
DR 2
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Setting Up the 7500 Software for DR
From the Menu page, touch Settings > Navigation >
> Dead Reckoning Setup > Settings.
Odometer Wave Type—select Square Wave or Sine
Wave. Determine the proper setting by contacting the
vehicle manufacturer or by using an oscilloscope. Square
Wave is the most common type.
Reverse Light Polarity—select High or Low. Contact
the vehicle manufacturer for polarity or check with a
voltmeter. Set to high (most common) if a positive,
high voltage is detected when the reverse lights are
illuminated. Set to low if no or low voltage is detected
when the reverse lights are illuminated.
Custom POIs (Points of Interest)
Your StreetPilot accepts custom POI databases, available
from various companies on the Internet. Some custom
POI databases contain alert information for points such
as safety cameras and school zones. Your StreetPilot can
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notify you when you approach one of these points.
After downloading your POI database, use the Garmin
POI Loader to install the POIs into your unit. The POI
Loader is available at www.garmin.com/products/sp7500
for the 7500 and www.garmin.com/products/sp7200 for
the 7200. Select Updates and Downloads. Refer to the
POI Loader Help file for more information; press F1 to
open the Help file.
Caution: Garmin is not responsible for the
consequences of using a custom POI database or
the accuracy of third-party data.
To view your custom POIs, touch Where to? >
Extras > Custom POIs.
Deleting Custom POIs
To delete all of the custom POIs, go to the Menu page
and then touch Tools > My Data > Custom POIs >
Delete All.
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About TourGuide
The TourGuide allows your StreetPilot to play thirdparty, GPS-guided audio tours. These audio tours,
for example, can take you on a route while playing
interesting facts about historical sites along the way. As
you travel, the audio information is triggered by GPS
signals.
If you have loaded TourGuide files (MP3 format) on
your StreetPilot, go to the Menu page and then touch
Where To? > Extras > Custom POIs.
Using the Garmin Travel Guide™
Much like a paper travel guide, the Garmin Travel
Guide provides detailed information about places, such
as restaurants and hotels. To purchase a travel guide
accessory, go to the Garmin Web site at www.garmin
.com/extras. You can also contact your Garmin dealer.
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To use the Travel Guide:
1.Touch Where to? >
Extras.
2.Touch the travel guide.
3.Touch a category. Touch a sub-category, if
necessary.
4.Touch a location in the list.
5.Do one of the following:
Touch Go to go to the location.
Touch Map to display this item on a map.
Touch Save to save this location in your
Favorites.
Touch More to view more information about the
location.
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Technical Specifications
Size: 5.6” W x 3.2” H x 2.0” D (14.3 x 8.0 x 5.0 cm)
Weight: 0.93 lb (420 g)
Display: 7” (16:9) WQVGA, 480 x 234 pixel, color TFT
with automatic dimming backlight and touch screen
Map Storage: Pre-programmed internal memory and
optional SD memory card
Temperature: 5° to 158°F (-15° to 70°C)
Power Supply
Source: 12 VDC nominal
Usage: 12 watts maximum @ 13.8 VDC
Fuse: AGC/3AG - 2.5 Amp
Remote Control: Two AAA alkaline batteries (not
included)
For a complete list of specifications, visit www.garmin
.com/products/sp7500 for the 7500 and www.garmin
.com/products/sp7200 for the 7200.
Contact your local waste disposal department for
information on properly disposing of the unit.
Caution: The StreetPilot 7200/7500 is not
waterproof.
Changing the Fuse
A 3AG 2.5 Amp fast blow fuse is located at the tip of the
vehicle adapter. If you need to change the fuse, simply
unscrew the black, round end piece and replace the fuse.
Unscrew
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Updating the Software
Use WebUpdater to update your StreetPilot software. Go
to www.garmin.com/products/webupdater/ to download
the WebUpdater program. Then connect your StreetPilot
to your computer, run WebUpdater, and follow the screen
prompts. After confirming that you want to perform an
update, WebUpdater automatically downloads the update
and installs it to your StreetPilot.
If you register your StreetPilot, you will receive
notification of software and map updates. To register, go
to www.garmin.com/registration/selectreg.jsp.
You can also download software updates from www
.garmin.com/products/sp7500 for the 7500 or www
.garmin.com/products/sp7200. Click Software Updates.
Click Download next to the unit software. Read and
agree to the terms. Click Download. Select Run (or
Open). Your software is updated.
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Adding MapSource Maps
Check www.garmin.com/unlock/update.jsp to see if
an update for your map software is available. You can
also purchase additional MapSource maps from Garmin
and load them on your StreetPilot’s internal memory or
on an optional SD card. Follow the instructions in the
MapSource owner’s manual or Help file.
Note: You cannot overwrite the preloaded maps
that came with your unit.
Using an External GPS Antenna
Use an optional external GPS antenna when using the
unit in a vehicle with a coated windshield or an in-screen
heating system, which can block GPS signals. Connect
the antenna to the MCX connector located on the back
of the unit. To purchase, go to the Garmin Web site at
www.garmin.com/products/sp7500 for the 7500 and
www.garmin.com/products/sp7200 for the 7200. Click
Accessories.
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FCC Compliance
The unit complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class B
digital devices FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. These limits are designed
to provide more reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation, and are more stringent than “outdoor”
requirements.
Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the
following measures:
•Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
•Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
•Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The unit does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Repairs should only
be made by an authorized Garmin service center. Unauthorized repairs
or modifications could result in permanent damage to the equipment, and
void your warranty and your authority to operated this device under Part
15 regulations.
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Software License Agreement
BY USING THE STREETPILOT 7200/7500, YOU AGREE TO BE
BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. PLEASE READ THIS
AGREEMENT CAREFULLY.
Garmin grants you a limited license to use the software embedded in this
device (the “Software”) in binary executable form in the normal operation
of the product. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in
and to the Software remain in Garmin.
You acknowledge that the Software is the property of Garmin and
is protected under the United States of America copyright laws and
international copyright treaties. You further acknowledge that the
structure, organization, and code of the Software are valuable trade secrets
of Garmin and that the Software in source code form remains a valuable
trade secret of Garmin. You agree not to decompile, disassemble, modify,
reverse assemble, reverse engineer, or reduce to human readable form the
Software or any part thereof or create any derivative works based on the
Software. You agree not to export or re-export the Software to any country
in violation of the export control laws of the United States of America.
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Garmin declares that the StreetPilot 7200 and StreetPilot 7500
are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. To view the full Declaration of
Conformity, see the Garmin Web site for your Garmin product: www
.garmin.com/products/sp7500 for the 7500 and www.garmin.com
/products/sp7200 for the 7200. Click Manuals and then select
Declaration of Conformity.
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USB Interface Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
How do I know my
StreetPilot is in USB
Mass Storage Mode?
When your StreetPilot is in USB Mass Storage Mode, a picture of a
StreetPilot connected to a computer is shown. Also, your computer should
show a new Removable Disk drive listed in My Computer.
My computer never
senses that the
StreetPilot is connected.
1.Unplug the USB cable from your computer.
2.Load the USB drivers to your computer. See page 21.
3.Plug the USB cable into your computer. Select USB Mass Storage.
Try the solution listed above.
I cannot find any drives
named “GARMIN” in my
list of drives.
A message saying
“Unsafe Removal of
Device” appears when I
unplug the USB cable.
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If you have several network drives mapped on your computer, Windows may
have trouble assigning drive letters to your StreetPilot drives. Follow the
steps on the next page to assign your drive letters.
When you are ready to disconnect your StreetPilot from your computer,
double-click the Unplug or Eject
icon in your system tray. Select “USB
Mass Storage Device” and click Stop. Select the StreetPilot drives and click
OK. You can disconnect your StreetPilot from your computer now.
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How can I rename my
StreetPilot drives?
1.Open My Computer.
2.Select the drive you want to rename.
3.Right-click your mouse and select Rename.
4.Type the new name and press the Enter key.
How do I map my
drives in
StreetPilot �����������
Windows?
1.Plug in the USB cable to the StreetPilot and your computer.
2.Press the Power button on your StreetPilot to turn it on.
3.On your computer’s desktop, click Start > Settings > Control Panel
> Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disk
Management.
4.Select a StreetPilot Removable Disk drive. Right-click your mouse and
select Change Drive Letter and Path….
5.Select Edit…, select a drive letter from the drop-down list, and click OK.
Tip
Be sure you have loaded the USB drivers before you connect the USB cable. See page 21 for instructions.
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StreetPilot Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
The touch screen is not
responding to my taps.
Calibrate the screen. Press Menu on the remote. Use the remote to select
Settings > Display > Recalibrate. Follow the on-screen instructions.
The audio levels are
unequal.
From the Menu page, touch Volume > Advanced. Adjust the levels of each
audio item.
I cannot see the backup
camera when I reverse
the vehicle.
Be sure the DR cable is installed properly and fully seated in the plug on the
12-Volt adapter.
Check the connection to the camera and the StreetPilot.
Be sure the settings for the backup camera are configured properly. From the
Menu page, touch Settings > General > Video Input.
How do I clear all my
user data?
Turn off the StreetPilot. Press and hold the Power button. Keep pressing the
button until the pop-up window appears. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
All original settings are restored. Your Recent Finds and audible bookmarks
are also deleted.
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Customizing the Map Data Fields
You can customize the information that appears in the data fields on the Map page. From the Menu page, touch
Settings >
Map >
> Map Data Fields.
➊Touch Wide or Thin.
Touch Next.
➍Touch the type of data
to appear in this field.
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➋Touch a preprogrammed ➌Touch the data field you
configuration or Custom
Fields.
➎Touch + and - to change
the field layout. Touch
OK.
want to customize.
1/2, 2/2, 1/3?
1/2 indicates
this is your first
choice out of
two choices for
the layout of the
data field. 2/2
this is your
➏Touch Next. Repeat for means
second choice.
the available data fields.
When done, touch Finish. Some types of
data fields allow
you three choices,
but some only
provide one.
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Limited Warranty
This Garmin product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or
workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Within this period,
Garmin will at its sole option repair or replace any components that fail
in normal use. Such repairs or replacement will be made at no charge
to the customer for parts or labor, provided that the customer shall be
responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not cover
failures due to abuse, misuse, accident, or unauthorized alteration or
repairs.
THE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN
ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING
ANY LIABILITY ARISING UNDER ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO
STATE.
IN NO EVENT SHALL GARMIN 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.
Garmin retains the exclusive right to repair or replace the unit or software
or offer a full refund of the purchase price at its sole discretion. SUCH
REMEDY SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR
ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
To obtain warranty service, contact your local Garmin authorized dealer
or call Garmin Product Support for shipping instructions and an RMA
tracking number. The unit should be securely packed with the tracking
number clearly written on the outside of the package. The unit should then
be sent, freight charges prepaid, to any Garmin warranty service station.
A copy of the original sales receipt is required as the proof of purchase for
warranty repairs.
Garmin International, Inc. Tel. 913/397.8200 Fax. 913/397.8282
Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Tel. 44/0870.8501241 Fax 44/0870.8501251
Online Auction Purchases: Products sold through online auctions
are not eligible for rebates or other special offers from Garmin. Online
auction confirmations are not accepted for warranty verification. To obtain
warranty service, an original or copy of the sales receipt from the original
retailer is required. Garmin will not replace missing components from any
package purchased through an online auction.
International Purchases: A separate warranty is provided by
international distributors for units purchased outside the United States.
This warranty is provided by the local in-country distributor and this
distributor provides local service for your unit. Distributor warranties
are only valid in the area of intended distribution. Units purchased in the
United States or Canada must be returned to the Garmin service center in
the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, or Taiwan for service.
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Index
Index
Symbols
2 Dimensional 44
3 Dimensional 44
4-hole mounting system 50
A
adding a traffic subscription 38
add as favorite 5
AMPS mount 50
audible books 28
bookmarks 29
playing 28
transferring 32
audio version 46
auto arrange, route 17
avoidances 19
avoiding traffic 36
B
backup camera 34
DR cable wiring 51
better route 2, 45
62
black screen 41
bookmarks 29
brightness of the screen 46
browsing the map 4, 52, 53
coordinates 8
C
caring for your StreetPilot vi
cleaning vi
clear all user data 59
color mode 44
connecting the USB cable 22
connecting your StreetPilot to
your computer 22
contact Garmin i
continuous auto routing 45
coordinates
browse map 8
entering 8, 10
settings 43
customizing the
StreetPilot 39–46
data fields 60
general settings 39
map settings 43
navigation settings 45
restoring the settings 46
screen settings 46
volume 39
custom avoids 19
custom POIs 23, 42, 52
detours
adding 18
removing 18
diacritical characters 40
disconnecting your
StreetPilot 24, 57
driving directions 13
D
E
data fields
customizing 44, 60
location of 12
Dead Reckoning (DR)
cable 34, 51
for backup camera 34
software setup for DR 52
default settings 46
deleting
all saved routes 18
bookmarks 29
Favorites 11
files from the StreetPilot 23
routes 16
saved locations 11
edit/review points 16
editing saved places 10
EGNOS 14
eject USB 24
elevation, entering 10
erase all user data 59
expanding your search 6
extras 52, 53
F
FCC compliance 56–61
finding places 3–6
address 3
item on the map 4
recent finds 5
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restaurant 1
saved places 9
spell the name 3
find near point 5
FM Traffic Receiver 14
following your route 2
fuse 54
G
GARMIN drive 25
Garmin Travel Guide 53
general settings 39
Go Home 9
GPS info page 14
H
home location 9
I
indoor use 14
insert point in current route 5
installation
DR cable 51
StreetPilot 49
K
keyboard
customizing 40
L
language 39
latitude coordinates 8
license agreement 56
limited warranty 61
location, editing 10
longitude coordinates 8
M
map 12
browse 4
customize 43
data fields 60
orientation 44
update maps 55
viewing 12
zoom 4, 12, 13
map datum 43
metric units 42
midpoints in the route 17
mileage logs 20
reset 20
My Locations 7–11
coordinates 8
Favorites 9
Go Home 9
Recent Finds 5
editing 10
finding 3–6
saving 7
Points of Interest (POI) 52
POI Loader 23, 52
position format 43
position icon 12
N
R
narrowing your search 6
navigating a saved route 18
navigation settings 45
Near button 6
North Up 44
O
odometer 13
odometer wave type setting 52
original settings 46
P
PAL composite video 33, 34,
41
places
re-order points in route 17
recalculating the route 18, 45
recently found places 5
registering your StreetPilot 55
remote control vi, 47
Removable Disk drive 24
remove points from route 17
renaming
bookmarks 29
routes 16
saved locations 10
resetting
max. speed 13
mileage log 20
settings 46
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Index
trip computer 13
restoring settings 46
reverse light polarity
setting 34, 52
Reverse Light Switch
Connection 51
routes 15–19
add point 5
create new 15
detour 18
edit a saved route 16
navigate a saved route 18
preferences 45
save 18
stop 18
S
safe mode 43
saved places
deleting 11
editing 10
finding 9
naming 10, 16
saved routes
64
adding points to 17
creating 15
deleting 16, 18
editing 16
navigating 18
saving
coordinates 8
places you find 7
the active route 18
screen settings 46
screen turns black 41
SD card 21, 24, 31, 54
serial number i
set position 14
software license agreement 56
software version 46
speaker volume 39
specifications 54
speed (speedometer) 13
spell 6
stops in the route 17
stop navigation 18
stop USB 24
storing the unit vi
T
technical specifications 54
text language 40
time 42
touch screen
calibrating 46
cleaning vi
TourGuide
playing files 53
settings 42
track log 20
Track Up 44
traffic 35–38
avoid 36
events 35
transferring files to your
StreetPilot 23
trip computer 13
troubleshooting 57, 59
USB 57
turn list 13
U
unit ID
FM Traffic Receiver 46
StreetPilot 46
USB 22, 24
use indoors 14
V
Vehicle Speed Sensor
Signal 51
vehicle type 45
via points 17
video input 41
voice language 40
volume 39
W
WebUpdater 55
Where To? 3–6
X
xImage 25
Z
zoom 4, 12, 13, 44
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For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the life of your
Garmin products, visit the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com.
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