Casio 2240 Watch User Manual

Module No. 2240
GETTING ACQUAINTED
Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO watch. To get the most out
of your purchase, be sure to carefully read this manual and keep it on hand
for later reference when necessary.
About This Manual
• Each section of this manual provides basic information you need to perform
operations in each mode. Further details and technical information can also
be found in the “REFERENCE”.
• The term “watch” in this manual refers to the CASIO SATELLITE NAVI
Watch (Module No. 2240).
• The term “Watch Application” in this manual refers to the CASIO
SATELLITE NAVI LINK Software Application.
Upper display area
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Precautions
• The measurement functions built into this watch are not intended for
use in taking measurements that require professional or industrial
precision. Values produced by this watch should be considered as
reasonably accurate representations only.
• Though a useful navigational tool, a GPS receiver should never be used
as a replacement for conventional map and compass techniques.
Remember that magnetic compasses can work at temperatures well
below zero, have no batteries, and are mechanically simple. They are
easy to operate and understand, and will operate almost anywhere. For
these reasons, the magnetic compass should still be your main
navigation tool.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss,
or any claims by third parties that may arise through the use of this
watch.
MODE
LIGHT
Lower display area
On-screen indicators
MENU
L ● K
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Warning
Charging the battery
Use only the AC Adaptor and the Interface/Charger Unit that come with
your watch to charge its battery. Use of another device for charging
creates the risk of battery leakage, overheating, explosion, fire, and
personal injury.
• Whenever leaving the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit
unattended for long periods, be sure to unplug the AC Adaptor from
the wall outlet.
• Avoid leaving the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit in areas
subjected to high humidity and large amounts of dust. Such conditions
create the risk of fire and electric shock.
Rechargeable battery handling
Never try to remove the rechargeable battery from the watch yourself.
Leave all battery replacement procedures up to your original dealer or
CASIO distributor.
Precautions during use
AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit
Note the following important precautions whenever using the AC Adaptor
or Interface/Charger Unit that comes with your watch.
• Should you notice smoke or strange odor coming from the AC Adaptor
and Interface/Charger Unit, immediately unplug the power cord from
the wall outlet and request servicing from your original dealer.
Continued use under these conditions creates the risk of electric
shock.
• Make sure that the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit are not
exposed to water, dirt, or any other foreign matter. Should the AC
Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit ever get wet, immediately unplug
the power cord from the wall outlet and request servicing from your
original dealer.
• Never use the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit while it is covered
with a blanket or any other object.
• Never touch the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit when your
hands are wet. Doing so creates the risk of electric shock.
• Never try to take the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit apart or
allow the contacts inside the Interface/Charger Unit to become
shorted.
• Never expose the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit to direct heat
or dispose of them by incineration.
• Do not drop the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit or otherwise
subject them to strong impact.
• During the thunderstorms, unplug the AC Adaptor and Interface/
Charger Unit from the wall outlet.
• Avoid prolonged contact between your skin and the AC Adaptor and
Interface/Charger Unit while power is being supplied to them, and
between your skin and the watch while its battery is being charged.
Prolonged contact creates the risk of low temperature burn injury.
• Keep the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit out of the reach of
small children.
• Use only a power source whose output matches the rating marked on
the plate of the AC Adaptor.
• Do not locate the power cord near stoves or other sources of intense
heat. Heat can melt power cord insulation and create the risk of fire
and electric shock.
• When unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet, grasp the AC
Adaptor. Never pull on the cord itself. Doing so can damage the power
cord and create the risk of fire and electric shock.
Never operate the watch while walking, while operating an automobile,
motorcycle, or other motor vehicle, or while riding a bicycle, etc. Doing
so can interfere with you being alerted to dangerous situations around
you and creates the risk of accident.
Caution
Data backup
• Be sure to back up all important data on your computer hard disk or
some other medium.
• Data stored in memory can be unexpectedly lost during malfunction,
repair, etc.
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GETTING READY
2. Slide the power switch in the direction indicated by the arrow, and make
sure the indicator lamp lights green.
Unpacking
Make sure all the items shown on this page are included when you unpack
your watch.
Important!
• Before using the watch for the first time, be sure you charge the battery, set
the current time and date, and configure the GPS mode.
• The GPS function of the watch is tested at the factory before shipment, and
the measurement results of the test may still be in memory when
purchasing the watch. This data will be deleted automatically when you
perform a GPS measurement operation.
Watch
3. Open the terminal cover on the side of the watch.
• The terminal cover may be a bit stiff and tend to want to close when the
watch is new. Hold it open when you perform the following steps.
Interface/Charger Unit
AC Adaptor
4. Raise the rod on the Interface/Charger Unit that holds down the watch’s
terminal cover.
• The rod is quite thin, so handle it carefully and take care you do not
damage it.
Serial Cable
Rod
CD-ROM
User’s Guide
GPS
Module No. 2240
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User’s Guide
Bedienungsanleitung
Mode d’emploi
Guía del usuario
Warranty Certificate
Garantieschein
Guida dell’utilizzatore
Guia do Usuário
Certificato di garanzia
5. Angle the left side (9 o’clock side) of the watch into the Interface/Charger
Unit tray so the tab in the tray enters the hole in the side of the watch.
• Never touch the terminals of the watch or the Interface/Charger Unit.
• The terminals of the Interface/Charger Unit are gold and silver. This is
normal and does not indicate a defective product.
Certificado de Garantia
Certificat de garantie
Certificado de garantía
Charging the Battery
BATT indicator
• The watch contains a rechargeable
lithium ion battery that supplies power for
normal operation.
• Low battery power is indicated when the
BATT indicator at the bottom of the
display turns on. Charge the battery as
soon as possible after the BATT indicator
turns on.
• Recharging the battery after it goes
completely dead causes the date and
time setting of the watch to revert to:
2000- 1- 1 0: 00 00. Set the correct date
and time after charging is complete.
• You can charge the battery using either
AC power or battery power.
Important!
• Use only the Interface/Charger Unit and AC Adaptor that come with this
watch to charge its battery.
• Proper charging may be impossible if the contacts inside the Interface/
Charger Unit tray or on the watch become dirty. Keep the contacts clean by
wiping them periodically with a dry cotton swab.
• Never allow the Interface/Charger Unit or watch contacts to become
shorted.
• Best results are obtained when charging is performed under room
temperature (around 23°C).
• Do not subject the Interface/Charger Unit to vibration while charging is
taking place. Doing so can result in a poor connection and improper
charging.
To charge the battery using AC power
Important!
• When charging the battery, make sure you turn on Interface/Charger Unit
power and confirm that its indicator lamp is lit green before you mount the
watch for charging. Mounting the watch onto the Interface/Charger Unit and
then turning on power can result in incomplete charging of the watch’s
battery.
1. Connect the AC Adaptor to the Interface/Charger Unit and plug the power
cord into a wall outlet.
6. Lay the watch the rest of the way into the tray and lower the rod to secure
the cover in place.
7. Next, slide the tray in the direction indicated by the arrow until it locks into
place.
• Make sure that the terminal cover stays open when you perform the above
steps. If the cover closes unexpectedly and is not held down by the rod, the
cover and Interface/Charger Unit can become damaged when you slide the
tray. Always double check to make sure the cover is fully opened and held
down by the rod before you slide the tray.
• If the cover is stiff when the watch is still new, carefully bend it open as far
as it will go to loosen it up.
• The indicator lamp on the Interface/Charger Unit lights red to indicate that
charging has started when the watch is correctly mounted in place. This
indicator lamp goes out when charging is complete.
• It takes about 70 minutes to fully charge a completely depleted battery.
8. After charging is complete, remove the watch from the Interface/Charger
Unit and then turn off power. See “To remove the watch from the Interface/
Charger Unit” for details.
Important!
• Make sure the Interface/Charger Unit is off when you are not using it.
• Enter the Timekeeping Mode and check the date and time setting. If it is not
correct, perform the procedure under “Setting the Current Time and Date
Manually” to correct it.
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To charge the battery using battery power
1. Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the Interface/Charger
Unit as shown in the illustrations below.
Slide cover.
Note
• When you are charging under battery power, if the green indicator goes out
while charging is in progress (which is indicated when the red indicator is
lit), you should replace the batteries you are using with a full set of new
ones and charge again.
To remove the watch from the Interface/Charger Unit
1. Press the release button to release the tray.
Slide lock.
2. Load six AAA-size alkaline batteries (available separately) into the battery
compartment.
• Use only alkaline batteries.
• Make sure the plus (+) and minus (–) ends of the batteries are facing
correctly when you load them into the battery compartment.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
3. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place and make sure it
closes securely. Next, slide the lock back to its original position.
GENERAL GUIDE
• Press MODE from mode to mode.
• Press MENU in any mode to display a FUNCTION Screen. Press MENU
while a FUNCTION screen is on the display to change to the MENU
Screen.
Raise the rod that is holding the watch’s terminal cover open.
Remove the watch.
Carefully lower the rod and secure it in place to protect it against damage.
Securely close the watch’s terminal cover.
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Note
• The amount of operation you can expect on a full charge depends on
conditions when the battery is charged, the conditions of the battery,
temperature, and other factors.
• The watch’s rechargeable battery requires periodic replacement. If the
amount of operation provided by each full charge becomes noticeably
short, it probably means that you need to have the battery replaced.
• Contact your original dealer or CASIO distributor about having the
rechargeable battery replaced. Note that you will be charged for battery
replacement.
• Pressing MODE or MENU while the MENU Screen is on the display returns
to the screen from which you started (Timekeeping or GPS Mode Screen).
• Holding down MENU for about one second returns directly to the
Timekeeping Mode.
• The watch beeps whenever you press a button to change to another mode
or screen.
Timekeeping Mode
▲
Press MODE or MENU.
▲
Press MENU.
▲
Press MODE.
Press MODE.
▲
Altitude Graph
Screen
Position Screen
▲
FUNCTION Screen
MENU Screen
Press MENU.
Press MENU.
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Graphical
Navigation Screen
Plot Screen
Press MODE.
▲
▲
GPS Mode
Press MODE or MENU.
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TIMEKEEPING MODE
Using the FUNCTION and MENU Screens
Note
• The contents of the FUNCTION Screen depend on whether you press
MENU in the Timekeeping Mode or GPS Mode. The contents of the MENU
Screen are always the same.
To use the FUNCTION and MENU Screens
Cursor
Cursor
• In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
FUNCTION Screen
MENU to display the FUNCTION Screen.
• Press MENU while the FUNCTION
Screen is on the display to change to the
MENU Screen.
• The currently selected screen item is the
one where the cursor is located.
• Use K and L to move the cursor. The
menu scrolls automatically if all the items
do not fit on a single screen.
MENU Screen
• To select the screen item where the
cursor is currently located, press ●.
• Use MODE or MENU to back track
through menus.
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode, hold
down MENU for about one second.
• Use the Timekeeping Mode to view the current time and date.
• The Timekeeping Mode uses a split screen format with an upper display
area for the time and date, and a lower display area for other information.
• You can directly enter the Timekeeping Mode by holding down MENU for
about one second.
Current date
(year, month, day)
Certain electrical characteristics of the watch may cause a rainbow effect on
the LCD. If this happens, use the following procedure to adjust contrast for
easy reading.
To adjust display contrast
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ● to select it.
3. On the next screen that appears, use K
and L to move the cursor to
CONTRAST, and then press ● to select
it.
4. Press K to increase contrast (making
the screen darker) and L to decrease it
(making the screen brighter).
• You can set contrast to one of 15 levels.
• The current contrast setting is indicated
by the value that flashes on the
CONTRAST Screen.
5. After the contrast is the way you want,
press ● to return to the SET UP Screen.
6. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to
the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
AM/PM indicator
Latitude
Longitude
Timekeeping Mode Screen Format
The split screen format of the Timekeeping Mode shows the current date and
time in the upper display area. You can use the lower display area to display a
Position Screen (latitude and longitude) or a Stopwatch Screen. Press L in
the Timekeeping Mode to toggle the lower display area between the Position
Screen and Stopwatch Screen.
Position Screen
Stopwatch Screen
Press L.
Position data
type indicator
Adjusting Display Contrast
Day of the week
Current time
(hour, minutes, seconds)
J
Many of the operations of this watch are performed using FUNCTION screens
and a MENU screen. The following describes the general procedures for
using each type of screen.
J
Note
• Following a GPS measurement, the Position Screen shows the latitude and
longitude produced by the measurement. After you charge the watch’s
battery when it goes dead or perform an area select operation, the Position
Screen shows the latitude and longitude of the area setting.
• For more information about the Stopwatch Screen, see “Using the
Stopwatch Screen”.
Setting the Current Time and Date Manually
• Use the MENU Screen to set the current time and date manually, and to
reset the second’s count to zero.
• This watch also has a feature that sets the current time and date
automatically, based on GPS measurement data. See “Using Auto Time
and Date Adjustment” for more information.
To set the current time and date manually
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ●.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
TIME, and then press ●.
• This displays the current date and time
setting, with the seconds digits flashing.
L
BACKLIGHT
• Press LIGHT to illuminate the display for
about two seconds.
• The electro-luminescent (EL) panel that
illuminates the display loses illuminating
power after very long use.
• Illumination may be hard to see when
viewed under direct sunlight.
• The watch may emit an audible sound
whenever the display is illuminated. This
is due to vibration of the EL panel used for
illumination, and does not indicate
malfunction.
4. Use MODE to move the flashing around the settings on the display in the
sequence shown below.
Seconds
Day
Hour
Minutes
Month
12H/24H
Year
5. While the hour, minutes, year, month, or day setting is selected (flashing),
use K (+) and L (–) to change it.
• Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
• While the 12H/24H setting is selected, press K or L to toggle it between
24-hour timekeeping (24H) and 12-hour timekeeping (12H). The AM/PM
indicator appears on the display when 12-hour timekeeping is selected.
6. After everything is the way you want, press ● to exit the Setting Screen
and return to the SET UP Screen.
7. To exit the SET UP Screen, press MODE or MENU.
• If the message “NOW EXECUTING” appears on the display, wait until the
message disappears.
8. To return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press MODE or MENU.
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Important!
• The GPS Mode of this watch uses the time and date setting to determine
the current positions of satellites. Make sure that your time and date setting
is always accurate.
Note
• The year can be set in the range of 2000 to 2039.
• The day of the week is displayed automatically in accordance with the date
(year, month, and day) settings.
• The watch’s built-in full automatic calendar makes allowances for different
month lengths and leap years. Once you set the date, there should be no
reason to change it except after you charge the battery when it goes dead.
To reset the seconds count to zero
1. Perform steps 1 through 3 of the
procedure under “To set the current time
and date manually”.
2. While the seconds digits are selected
(flashing), press K to reset them to
zero.
• Pressing K while the seconds count is in
the range of 30 to 59 resets it to 00 and
adds 1 to the minutes. If the seconds
count is in the range of 00 to 29, pressing
K resets it without changing the
minutes.
3. After everything is the way you want, press ● to exit the Setting Screen
and return to the SET UP Screen.
4. To exit the SET UP Screen, press MODE or MENU.
• If the message “NOW EXECUTING” appears on the display, wait until the
message disappears.
5. To return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press MODE or MENU.
Note
• Date and time data sent from GPS satellites normally does not include
adjustments for leap seconds. GPS satellites do, however, send leap
second adjustment data once every 12.5 minutes.
• Using only GPS date and time measurement data (without leap second
data) to adjust the current Timekeeping Mode settings can eventually
cause the settings to go wrong. The most accurate time settings are
obtained by configuring the watch for continuous GPS measurement, and
allowing the measurement operation to continue for at least 12.5 minutes.
This ensures that at least one set of leap second data will be used for the
setting.
• Note that auto time and date adjustment is possible only when there are
fewer than 512 weeks between the watch’s setting and the actual current
date.
What is a leap second?
• The rotation of the Earth is not always as perfect as the operation of the
atomic clocks used for measuring standard time. Leap seconds can be
added as required to correct for discrepancies between the two.
Using the Stopwatch Screen
• The Stopwatch Screen appears in the lower display area in the
Timekeeping Mode.
• The Stopwatch Screen lets you measure elapsed time, split time, and two
finishes. The range of the stopwatch is 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59.99
seconds.
To measure times with the stopwatch
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press L to
display the Stopwatch Screen in the
lower display area.
2. Use ● and K to perform stopwatch
operations as described below.
Changing the Summer Time Setting
Turning on summer time, which is also known as Daylight Saving Time
(DST), automatically advances the current time setting by one hour. Note that
summer time is used in certain geographic areas, and may or may not apply
in your area.
To change the summer time setting
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press MENU
to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. The cursor should already be located
next to D.S.T., so press ●.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ON or OFF.
4. Press ● to exit the Setting Screen and
return to the Timekeeping Mode Screen.
• The DST indicator is on while summer
time is turned on.
• Data obtained by a GPS measurement includes the current time and date.
You can set up the watch so it uses this data to adjust the Timekeeping
Mode’s current time and date settings automatically whenever you perform
a GPS measurement operation.
• Before using the automatic setting procedure described below, be sure to
configure the GPS Mode (see “USING THE GPS MODE”).
Note
• You can turn automatic time and date adjustment on or off. The initial
default setting is “ON”.
• Turn off automatic time and date adjustment when you do not want the
time and date settings adjusted by GPS measurement data.
Seconds
Minutes
Elapsed Time
●
●
Start
Stop
Split Time
K
●
Start
Split
Two Finishes
K
●
Start
DST
indicator
Using Auto Time and Date Adjustment
1/100 Second
Hours
Split
First runner
finishes.
●
Re-start
K
Split release
●
L
●
Stop
K
Stop
Split release
Second runner finishes. Record time of
Record time of first
second runner.
runner.
K
Clear
K
Clear
K
Clear
Note
• Once you start a stopwatch measurement operation, it continues until you
stop it, even if you change the lower display area to the Position Screen or
if you exit the Stopwatch Screen.
Using the Daily Alarm and Hourly Time Signal
• Setting a daily alarm time causes a beeper to sound at that time for about
20 seconds each day, as long as the daily alarm is turned on. Press any
button to stop the alarm.
• The watch also has an Hourly Time Signal that beeps for about one second
every hour on the hour when turned on.
To set the daily alarm and Hourly Time Signal
To turn auto time and date adjustment on and off
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ●.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
AUTO TIME ADJ, and then press ●.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ON or OFF.
5. After the setting is the way you want,
press ● to exit the AUTO TIME ADJ
Screen and return to the SET UP
Screen.
6. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to
the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
●
Stop
Alarm time
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ●.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ALARM, and then press ●.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to
TIME ALM, and then press ●.
• This displays the current alarm time with
the hour setting flashing.
Hourly Time
Signal on
indicator
Alarm on indicator
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5. Use MODE to move the flashing around the display in the sequence
shown below.
Hour
Minutes
Daily alarm
ON/OFF
HOUR SIG
ON/OFF
6. While the hour or minutes digits are selected (flashing), use K (+) and L
(–) to change the setting.
• Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
• While the daily alarm ON/OFF setting or HOUR SIG (Hourly Time Signal)
ON/OFF setting is selected (flashing), press K or L to toggle it on and
off.
7. After everything is the way you want, press ● to exit the Setting Screen
and return to the ALARM SET Screen.
• The alarm on indicator at the bottom of the display is on when the daily
alarm is turned on, and the Hourly Time Signal on indicator is on when the
Hourly Time Signal is turned on.
8. Confirm that the cursor is next to DONE, and then press ● to return to the
SET UP Screen.
9. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
USING THE GPS MODE
This section describes operations you perform in the GPS Mode.
Before actually performing GPS measurements, you need to make the
settings listed below. Many of these settings need to be made only the first
time you use the watch.
• Area setting
• Datum setting
• GPS measurement mode selection
• Landmark registration
• Route plan registration
• Destination definition
• Time and date setting
Important!
• The Timekeeping Mode time and date settings (including the DST setting),
as well as information about your current location (AREA setting) are used
to determine the current positions of satellites. Make sure that these
settings are always correct, and accurate.
GPS Measurement Modes
You can select from among three different GPS measurement modes. The
mode you should select depends on how quickly you want your position data
updated balanced against how important it is for you to conserve remaining
battery power.
Remember, however, that no matter which GPS measurement mode you use,
it can take a considerable amount of time to achieve the first measurement.
To perform this type of measurement:
Single measurement
Continuous measurements every second
Multiple measurements at a preset intervals
Taking a GPS Measurement
The following are the basic steps for taking a position measurement in the
GPS Mode.
Important!
• GPS measurements may take a long time to complete or may even be
impossible due to satellite and other conditions.
• The DOP value setting can influence how long it takes to complete GPS
measurements. See “DOP Values” for details about the DOP value, and
“Changing the DOP Value” for information about how to change the DOP
setting.
To take a GPS measurement
Important!
• Make sure the antenna is pointing up at the sky while a measurement is
taking place.
1. While in the Timekeeping Mode with the Position Screen in the lower
display area or while a GPS Mode Screen is on the display, press ●.
• This changes to the SEARCH (Satellite Search) Screen.
• The GPS indicator at the bottom of the display turns on to indicate that the
watch is searching for overhead satellites.
• To interrupt an ongoing GPS measurement, press ● again.
• See “Displaying GPS Satellite Information” for information about satellite
position and battery marks.
Current time
North Up indicator
Antenna
Battery mark
GPS indicator
Satellite positions
DOP value
2. When the measurement is successful, the watch emits high-pitch beeps
and returns to the Mode Screen you started from in step 1.
• See “Adding a New Landmark to the Landmark List” for information about
storing GPS measurement data in landmark memory.
• If the watch is unable to successfully complete the measurement within
about two minutes, it emits five beeps and displays TIMEOUT at the top of
the display to let you know. If this happens, press MODE or L to return to
the Mode Screen you started from in step 1, move to a more open area,
and try again.
• If you perform the above GPS measurement operation within the area
defined by 20° to 46° north latitude and 122° to 149° east longitude, a
successful measurement causes a map of Japan to appear on the display
for a few seconds after the GPS measurement.
Important!
• When the GPS indicator at the bottom of
the display is on, it indicates that the GPS
circuit is activated, which consumes
valuable battery power. To prolong battery
life, be sure to use the operations
described below to turn off the GPS circuit
when you are not using it.
Use this GPS
measurement mode:
ONE SHOT
CONTINUOUS
AUTO
GPS indicator
Note
• The initial default GPS measurement mode is ONE SHOT.
To select a GPS measurement mode
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
MSR. MODE (Measurement Mode), and
then press ●.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to the
measurement mode you want to use.
• If you want to select ONE SHOT or
CONTINUOUS here jump to step 6.
4. If you selected AUTO in the previous
step, press ● to advance to the AUTO
INTERVAL Setting Screen.
• Use this screen to specify how often
AUTO Mode measurements should be
taken.
5. While the interval time setting is flashing,
use K (+) and L (–) to change it.
• Holding down either button changes the
setting at high speed.
• You can set an interval in the range of 1
minute to 60 minutes, in one-minute
steps.
6. After everything is the way you want, press ● to exit the Setting Screen
and return to the Mode Screen you started from in step 1.
To turn off the GPS circuit
Press ● to stop position measurement and turn off the GPS circuit.
• The GPS indicator turns off at this time to indicate that the GPS circuit is
off. No GPS measurements are taken while the GPS indicator is off.
• You must turn the GPS circuit back on using the procedures described in
the previous section in order to take GPS measurements. The GPS circuit
is on when the GPS indicator is on.
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GPS Mode Screens
Position Screen
Altitude Graph Screen
GPS Mode Position Screen Lower Display Area (Split-screen
Format)
Each press of L while the GPS Mode Position Screen is on the display
cycles the contents of the lower display area in the sequence shown below.
HDG/SPD
(Heading/Speed)
Time/Date
POS DOP (Position)
MAX SPD
(Maximum Speed)
ALTI DOP (Altitude)
Plot Screen
Full-screen Format
Split-screen Format
• See “Lower Display Area Items” for details about the contents of each lower
display area screen.
Plot Screen
• See page “Plot Screen Lower Display Area (Split-screen Format)” for
information about changing the split screen’s lower display area contents.
Graphical Navigation Screen
Full-screen Format
Split-screen Format
The Plot Screen shows a continuous record of your movements as a series of
dots (tracks) plotted on the display. You can set up the watch to show
previously defined waypoints on the Plot Screen, and see the relationship
between your tracks and the waypoints at a glance. Tracks are stored in
watch memory as track log data, which you can recall and trace your progress
up to a specific location whenever you want.
Note
• To view track log data on the Plot Screen, you must turn on track data
display.
Current
position
Scale
Track
J
Current position
Waypoint
North Up
indicator
• See page “Graphical Navigation Screen Lower Display Area (Split-screen
Format)” for information about changing the split screen’s lower display
area contents.
Position Screen
• The Position Screen shows latitude, longitude, bearing, speed, maximum
speed, altitude, and other information that is updated each time the watch
performs a GPS measurement.
• Latitude is indicated as N (north) or S (south), and longitude as E (east) or
W (west).
Position data type indicator
Latitude
Longitude
Display Item
Scale
North Up
indicator
Current position
Description
The scale of the screen is shown for about two
seconds after you display the Plot Screen.
Indicates that the top of the Plot Screen is north. This
indicator is fixed.
This shows your current measured position.
Note
• Your current position is always shown in the center of the display screen.
• See “Specifying the Scale of the Plot Screen” for information about
changing the scale of the screen and “Specifying the Distance, Speed, and
Altitude Units” for information about changing the measurement units.
• You can set up the watch to show previously defined waypoints on the Plot
Screen, and see the relationship between your tracks and the waypoints.
See page “Creating a Route Plan” for more information.
• Display of landmark symbols can be turned on and off individually. The Plot
Screen shows only landmarks whose symbol display is currently turned on,
and which are in the vicinity of your current position.
Position Data Type Indicators
Plot Screen Lower Display Area (Split-screen Format)
The following table describes the meanings of the indicators that appear on
the display with position data.
Each press of L while the Plot Screen is on the display cycles the contents
of the lower display area in the sequence shown below.
Indicator
INIT
Meaning
Initial
Description
The latitude and longitude readings are based
on the initial position values of the currently
selected area setting. This indicator appears
after you charge the battery, after it was fully
depleted, and after you change the area
setting.
CNT
Continuous
GPS measurement in Continuous Mode
OLD
Old data
The data shown on the display is old. More
than four hours have passed since the last
GPS reading.
Note
• One of the above indicators also appears at the bottom of the display when
the Position Screen is displayed in the lower display area of the
Timekeeping Mode.
• The upper display area of the Position Screen also shows information
about GPS measurement timing. In the case of a One-Shot or AUTO
measurement, it shows the time of the last successful GPS measurement.
In the case of Continuous measurement, it shows when continuous
measurement was stopped.
Latitude/Longitude
HDG/SPD
(Heading/Speed)
Full Screen
ALTI DOP (Altitude)
MAX SPD
(Maximum Speed)
• See “Lower Display Area Items” for details about the contents of each lower
display area screen.
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To specify AREA data by selecting a built-in area city
Graphical Navigation Screen
• After you set up the watch by defining your destination and landmarks
along the way, the Graphical Navigation Screen shows the direction and
distance from your current location to your destination. The Graphical
Navigation Screen can also be used to display your current speed, altitude,
and other information.
• You must define your destination before using the Graphical Navigation
Screen. See “Making a Landmark Your Destination” for more information.
• You can use either of the two orientations for bearing measurements. See
“Specifying the Bearing Orientation” for more information.
NORTH UP Orientation
L
HEADING UP Orientation
Destination
North Up indicator
Destination pointer
GMT differential
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ● to display the
SET UP Screen.
3. The cursor should already be located
next to AREA, so press ● to display the
AREA Screen.
4. The cursor should already be located
next to SELECT CITY, so press ● to
display the AREA:CITY Screen.
5. Use K and L to scroll through the area
city names on the screen until the one
you want is selected.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
City code
Display Item
Description
Displays the landmark name of your destination when
one is defined.
Indicates that the watch is currently set up for NORTH
UP orientation.
Points the way to your destination.
Destination
North Up
indicator
Destination
pointer
6. After selecting the area city name you want to specify, press ● to register
it and return to the SET UP Screen.
• Selecting an area city name automatically sets the appropriate latitude,
longitude, GMT differential and datum.
7. To exit the SET UP Screen, press MODE or MENU.
• If the message “NOW EXECUTING” appears on the display, wait until the
message disappears.
8. To return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press MODE or MENU.
Graphical Navigation Screen Lower Display Area (Split-screen
Format)
Specifying Area Data Using Landmark Memory Data
Each press of L while the Graphical Navigation Screen is on the display
cycles the contents of the lower display area in the sequence shown below.
This procedure lets you specify area data by recalling landmark data you
previously stored in landmark memory.
Latitude/Longitude
BRG/DIST(Destination
Pointer/Distance)
Note
• See “Using the Landmark List” for information about landmarks.
To specify area data by selecting a landmark in landmark
memory
Full Screen
ALTI DOP (Altitude)
1. On the AREA Screen, use K and L to
move the cursor to SELECT LMK (Select
Landmark), and then press ● to display
the AREA:LMK Screen.
• The message “NO LMK” appears if there
are no landmarks in memory. If this
happens, press MENU to return to the
AREA Screen.
HDG/SPD
(Heading/Speed)
MAX SPD
(Maximum Speed)
• See “Lower Display Area Items” for details about the contents of each lower
display area screen.
Altitude Graph Screen
The Altitude Graph Screen shows a bar graph based on altitude readings,
which are stored along with track log data.
Range
Altitude graph
2. Use K and L to scroll through the landmark names on the screen until
the one you want is selected.
• Holding down either button moves the cursor at high speed.
3. After selecting the name of the landmark you want to specify, press ● to
register it and return to the SET UP Screen.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to AREA, and then press ● to display
the AREA Screen.
Altitude data record
Display Item
Range
Altitude graph
Altitude data
record
5. Use K and L to move the cursor to
INPUT, and then press ● to display the
AREA:INPUT Screen.
• The flashing is positioned for latitude input
first. Input of a latitude and longitude is
not required here, so perform step 6 to
move the flashing to the GMT differential
setting.
Description
This value shows the range of the graph in units of
100.
Plots track data altitude readings.
Shows the data record for the currently selected
altitude reading. The record shows the time (24-hour)
and date of the measurement, and the altitude value.
The point that represents the currently displayed
record flashes on the graph.
Note
• You can use K (+) and L (–) to scroll through altitude data records.
• A white space in the graph indicates a GPS measurement during which
altitude data could not be obtained for some reason.
Specifying Your Current Location (AREA Data)
AREA data lets the watch know where it is currently located. The watch uses
this information as a reference point for making GPS measurements. You
need to update this setting whenever you move from one geographic area to
another.
There are three different methods you can use to specify your current
location.
• Selecting a built-in area city and setting the AREA data assigned to it
• Selecting a landmark stored in landmark memory and setting the AREA
data assigned to it
• Inputting your current latitude and longitude
Specifying AREA Data by Selecting a Built-in Area City
Use the procedure below to make AREA settings automatically.
• See “AREA LIST” for a full list of area city names and the area data
associated with each name.
Use ● to move the flashing to the GMT differential setting.
Use K (+) or L (–) to change the GMT differential setting.
Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
The GMT differential is the time difference between the area whose data
you are setting and Greenwich Mean Time.
• You can input a GMT differential value in the range from –11.0 to +13.0, in
units of 0.25 hours.
8. After inputting the GMT differential, press ● to return to the SET UP
Screen.
9. To exit the SET UP Screen, press MODE or MENU.
• If the message “NOW EXECUTING” appears on the display, wait until the
message disappears.
10. To return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press MODE or MENU.
11. Next, you should set the map datum for the area.
• See “Setting a Datum” for more information.
6.
7.
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•
Inputting Your Current Latitude and Longitude
When you know the latitude and longitude of your current location, you can
use the following procedure to input them and specify the time difference
between your current location and GMT (GMT differential).
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To input your current latitude and longitude
1. On the AREA Screen, use K and L to
move the cursor to INPUT, and then
press ● to display the AREA:INPUT
Screen.
2. Input the latitude and longitude of the
area.
• See “To input the latitude and longitude”.
3.
4.
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5.
6.
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7.
8.
•
Use ● to move the flashing to the GMT differential setting.
Use K (+) or L (–) to change the GMT differential setting.
Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
The GMT differential is the time difference between the area whose data
you are setting and Greenwich Mean Time.
You can input a GMT differential value in the range from –11.0 to +13.0, in
units of 0.25 hours.
After inputting the GMT differential, press ● to return to the SET UP
Screen.
To exit the SET UP Screen, press MODE or MENU.
If the message “NOW EXECUTING” appears on the display, wait until the
message disappears.
To return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press MODE or MENU.
Next, you should set the map datum for the area.
See “Setting a Datum” for more information.
Setting a Datum
Map datums are used to compensate for the fact that the Earth is neither flat
nor a perfect sphere or even ellipsoid. Specification of a map datum for the
area you are located is required in order to ensure proper GPS
measurements.
You can use either of the following two methods to set a map datum on this
watch.
• Selecting a datum from a built-in datum list
• Inputting map datum parameters manually
Note
• Parameters you input for dA and dF here are also used as ellipsoid values
when converting latitude and longitude to UTM coordinates.
To input map datum parameters
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ● to display the
SET UP Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
MAP DATUM, and then press ● to
display the MAP DATUM Screen.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to
USER, and then press ● to display the
DATUM:USER Screen.
5. Use K and L to move the cursor to the
parameter field you want to change, and
then press ●.
6. Input values for each of the parameters
(dX, dY, dZ, dA, dF).
• See “To change a numeric setting”.
7. After inputting a parameter, press ●. Use K and L to select the other
parameters on the DATUM:USER Screen, press ●, and input a value for
each one.
Parameter Type
dX
dY
dZ
dA
dF
Input Range
–9999 to +9999
–9999 to +9999
–9999 to +9999
–999 to +999
–0.00000000 to –0.00009999
+0.00000000 to +0.00009999
Important!
• You should specify a map datum after you specify area data by selecting a
landmark in landmark memory or after you input your current latitude and
longitude manually.
Note
• For the dF value, you can input five decimal places only.
• When the +/– sign of a value is selected, each press of K or L toggles
between + and –.
Specifying Datum Parameters by Selecting from a List of Builtin Map Datums
8. After all the parameters are the way you want, press ●.
9. On the DATUM:USER Screen, use K and L to move the cursor to
DONE, and then press ● to apply your settings and return to the SET UP
Screen.
10. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
Use the procedure below to specify datum parameters automatically.
To specify datum parameters by selecting from a list of built-in
map datums
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ● to display the
SET UP Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
MAP DATUM, and then press ● to
display the MAP DATUM Screen.
4. Use K and L to scroll through the
datum names on the screen until the one
you want is selected.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
• See “DATUM LIST” for a full list of datum
names and the applicable area each one
covers.
5. After selecting the name of the datum you want to specify, press ● to
register it and return to the SET UP Screen.
6. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
Manually Inputting Map Datum Parameters
The GPS constellation of satellites generates latitude and longitude positions
on the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS 84) horizontal datum. Though
WGS 84 is the latest standard for the entire world, higher precision can be
obtained using a datum for a particular local area. Use the following
procedure to select the datum that is appropriate for the area where you are
taking GPS measurements with this watch.
Note
• See “Datums” for more information about datums and how they affect GPS
measurements.
Parameter Type
Parameter Conversion Method
dX
dY
dZ
Difference of x-coordinate distance from WGS84 position
Difference of y-coordinate distance from WGS84 position
Difference of z-coordinate distance from WGS84 position
Difference to the semi-major axes of the WGS84 earth
spheroid
Difference of x-coordinate distance from WGS84 earth
spheroid
dA
dF
Using the Landmark List
• The Landmark List Screen is like a data bank of locations from which you
can select start points, waypoints, destinations, and AREA data. You can
also display landmark symbols when viewing track log data on the Plot
Screen.
• The following procedures explain how to add a new landmark, and how to
edit and delete landmarks.
Note
• The Landmark List can contain up to 200 landmarks.
• Editing or deleting a landmark in a Route Plan does not affect the data in
the Landmark List.
Preset Data
The watch comes pre-programmed with landmark list data for the latitude,
longitude and altitude of the world’s major mountains. See “PREPROGRAMMED LANDMARK LIST”. You can use this data as it is, or you can
edit or delete it to suit your own needs.
• Note that once you edit or delete the preset data it cannot be recovered.
• Use the procedures under “To edit a landmark” and “To delete a landmark”
to change the preset data.
• Local names for mountains may differ from those pre-programmed in the
“PRE-PROGRAMMED LANDMARK LIST”.
• As described under “Datums”, latitude, longitude and altitude may differ
according to the map datum being employed to produce them. Because of
this, the latitudes, longitudes, and altitudes pre-programmed in the “PREPROGRAMMED LANDMARK LIST” may differ form positions plotted on
maps used by you.
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To display the Landmark List
L
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. The cursor should already be located
next to LAND MARK, so press ● to
display the Landmark List.
• A screen appears showing how many
records are still available for saving new
landmarks (FREE), and how many
landmarks are in memory (USED). After a
few seconds, the actual Landmark List
appears.
3. Press MODE twice to return to the
Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
To add a landmark by manually inputting its record data
Note
• There are a number of waypoint database Websites on the Internet that
contain useful landmark information about the locations of places around
the world.
1. On the Landmark List, use K and L to
move the cursor to “_:_____”.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. The cursor should already be located
next to EDIT, so press ● to display the
New Landmark Input Screen.
4. Use K and L to select the symbol you want to assign to the landmark,
and then press ●.
Press L.
Press K.
To view a landmark’s record data
K
L
1. On the Landmark List, use K and L to
move the cursor to the name of the
landmark whose record data you want to
view.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
2. Press ● to display the selected
landmark’s record data screen.
• The record data of a landmark includes
latitude, longitude, and altitude.
3. After you are finished, press ● again to
return to the Landmark List.
Adding a New Landmark to the Landmark List
There are two methods you can use to add a landmark to the Landmark List.
You can register data about your current location with the press of a button, or
you can manually input latitude, longitude, and altitude data.
Note
• “____” is indicated for the altitude in the landmark data record if altitude
data is not available for some reason.
5. To the right of the symbol, input the name you want to give to the
landmark.
• See “To input text”.
• You must input a name for the landmark. The flashing will not advance to
the latitude field if there is no landmark name on the screen.
6. Press ● to move the flashing to the latitude field.
7. Input the latitude and longitude, and then press ●.
• See “To input the latitude and longitude”.
Note
• If you have your watch set up for UTM coordinates, you have to input UTM
coordinates here instead of latitude and longitude values. See “Specifying
the Position Display Format” for more information.
• If you input UTM coordinates, the watch converts them to latitude and
longitude values, then reconverts the results back to the UTM coordinates
that appear on the display.
8. Input the altitude of the landmark.
• See “To change a numeric setting”.
9. After inputting the altitude, press ● to apply the setting.
10. Press ● again to return to the Landmark List.
To edit a landmark
1. On the Landmark List, use K and L to
move the cursor to the landmark you
want to edit.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. The cursor should already be located
next to EDIT, so press ● to display the
Landmark Editing Screen for the
selected landmark.
To add a landmark by registering a current location
While in the Timekeeping Mode with the
Position Screen in the lower display area or
while a GPS Mode Screen is on the display
(except for the Altitude Graph Screen), hold
down K for about one second, until the
message “SAVING” appears on the display.
• This creates a new landmark in the Landmark List, containing the following
information about your current position: latitude, longitude, altitude.
• The initial default landmark name is the date and time you register the new
landmark. The initial default symbol for the landmark is . You can change
the initial name and symbol using the procedure under “To edit a
landmark”.
• “______” is shown in place of the altitude value when there is no altitude
data available for the landmark.
• It takes about two seconds for the new landmark registration operation to
finish.
Note
• A landmark added to the Landmark List is assigned a landmark number.
With the above procedure, the new landmark is automatically assigned the
lowest available (unused) landmark number.
• If there are already 200 landmarks on the Landmark List, the message
“MEMORY FULL” appears when you try to save a new one. You will have
to delete landmarks you no longer need before you will be able to store
more.
4. Change the content of the landmark as you want.
• Use steps 4 through 8 under “To add a landmark by manually inputting its
record data” to edit the content of a landmark.
5. After making the changes you want, press ●.
6. Press ● again to return to the Landmark List.
To delete a landmark
L
1. On the Landmark List, use K and L to
move the cursor to the landmark you
want to delete.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
CLEAR, and then press ●.
4. On the confirmation message screen that
appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to
delete the landmark and return to the
Landmark List.
• The space on the Landmark List where
the deleted record was located now
shows “_:_______”.
• To cancel the delete operation without deleting anything, move the cursor
to NO in the above step, and then press ● to return to the Landmark List.
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Displaying a Landmark on a Map
To create a new route plan on a blank Route Plan Screen
The following procedure lets you select a landmark on the Landmark List and
display it on an on-screen map.
1. On the Route Plan Screen, the cursor
should already be located next to
“S:_____” (start point), so press ● to
display the Landmark List.
• If your Landmark List does not have any
landmarks, the message “NO DATA”
appears for about two seconds, and then
the Route Plan Screen reappears.
2. Use K and L to select the landmark
you want to define as the start point of
your route plan, and then press ●.
• This returns to the Route Plan Screen
with the landmark you selected shown for
the start point of your route plan.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
“ :_____”, and then press ● to display
the Landmark List.
To display a landmark on a map
1. On the Landmark List, use K and L to
move the cursor to the landmark you
want.
• Holding down either button moves the
cursor at high speed.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SHOW MAP, and then press ● to display
the Landmark Map Screen.
• You can change the scale of the
Landmark Map Screen by pressing K (to
decrease the scale value and zoom in)
and L (to increase the scale value and
zoom out).
Note
• See “Turning Display of a Landmark
(About 2 seconds)
Symbol On and Off” for information about
L
displaying other landmarks in the vicinity
of the current landmark, and “Turning a
Track Point’s Display Status On and OFF”
for information about displaying
waypoints, and track points.
4. After you are finished viewing the
Landmark Map Screen, press ● or
MODE to return to the Landmark List.
Creating a Route Plan
• The Route Plan Screen of the watch lets you select a series of locations
from the Landmark List and plan a route from one point (start point) to
another point (destination). Each of the locations you pass through while
traveling, including your initial start point and final destination is called a
“waypoint,” and a group of waypoints is called a “route.”
• Before you start out on a hike or trip, you can input your planned route on
the watch by specifying a start point and up to nine more waypoints. Since
you must add waypoints to the Route Plan Screen by selecting them from
the Landmark List, the waypoints you want to use must already be
registered in the Landmark List. After adding a waypoint from the Landmark
List, you can edit its data record if you want.
• The following procedures explain how to put together a route, and how to
add, insert, edit, and delete waypoints.
4. Use K and L to select the landmark you want to define for your next
waypoint, and then press ● to register it and return to the Route Plan
Screen.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the rest of the waypoints you want to specify for
your route plan.
• Basically, you should specify waypoints in the sequence you plan to pass
them (first waypoint first, second waypoint second, etc.) You will, however,
be able to change a route plan using the procedures that follow this one.
• A route plan can have one start point, and up to nine other waypoints.
About the Start Point Name
• The start point name appears as “S:_____” if there is currently no route
defined on the Route Plan Screen.
• If the start point name has more than seven characters, it scrolls on the
display from right to left.
To view a waypoint’s record data
K
L
1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and
L to move the cursor to the start point
name or the name of the waypoint whose
record data you want to view.
2. Press ● to display the selected
waypoint’s record data screen.
• The record data of a waypoint includes
latitude, longitude, and altitude.
3. After you are finished, press ● again to
return to the Route Plan Screen.
Note
• Editing or deleting a landmark in a Route Plan does not affect the
corresponding data in the Landmark List.
To display the Route Plan Screen
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
WAY POINT, and then press ● to display
the Route Plan Screen.
3. Press MODE twice to return to the
Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
Editing Your Route Plan
Use the following procedures when you want to change the order of the
waypoints in your route plan, insert new waypoints, delete waypoints, etc.
To change a waypoint to a different one
L
Creating a New Route Plan
Use the following procedure when you want to put together a new route. Later
you can edit the contents of a route plan by changing the order of the
waypoints, inserting new waypoints, etc.
L
1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and
L to move the cursor to the waypoint
you want to change.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. The cursor should already be located
next to CHANGE, so press ● to display
the CHANGE W.P Screen.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to the
new waypoint you want to use, and then
press ●.
5. On the CHANGE? confirmation screen that
appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to change
the waypoint you selected in step 1 and
return to the Route Plan Screen.
• To cancel the change operation without
changing anything, move the cursor to NO
in the above step, and then press ● to
return to the Route Plan Screen.
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To insert a waypoint into an existing route plan
Displaying a Waypoint on a Map
Note
• If your route plan already contains nine waypoints, you will have to delete
at least one of the existing waypoints before you can insert a new one.
1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and L
to move the cursor to the waypoint above
which you want to insert the new waypoint.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
INSERT, and then press ● to display the
INSERT W.P Screen.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to the
L
landmark you want to insert into the
route plan, and then press ●.
5. On the INSERT? confirmation screen
that appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to insert
the waypoint above the one you selected
in step 1 and return to the Route Plan
Screen.
The following procedure lets you select a waypoint on the Route Plan Screen
and display it on an on-screen map.
• To cancel the insert operation without inserting anything, move the cursor
to NO in the above step, and then press ● to return to the Route Plan
Screen.
To display a waypoint on a map
1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and
L to move the cursor to the waypoint
you want.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SHOW MAP, and then press ● to display
the Waypoint Map Screen.
• If you selected the start point in step 1, it
is indicated on the map as “S”. Other
waypoints are indicated by their waypoint
numbers.
• You can change the scale of the Waypoint
Map Screen by pressing K (to decrease
the scale value and zoom in) and L (to
increase the scale value and zoom out).
L
(About 2 seconds) Note
To edit the data record of waypoint
Note
• Editing the data record of waypoint listed on the Route Plan Screen does
not affect the data record of the original landmark you selected when
creating your route plan.
1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and
L to move the cursor to the waypoint
whose data record you want to edit.
2. Next, press MENU to display the
FUNCTION Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
EDIT, and then press ● to display the
EDIT W.P Screen.
4. Use procedures in steps 5 through 8 under “To add a landmark by manually
inputting its record data” to edit the contents of the waypoint’s data record.
• You can change the waypoint’s latitude, longitude, and altitude data.
5. After everything is the way you want, press ● to return to the Route Plan
Screen.
To delete a waypoint from your route plan
4. After you are finished viewing the
Waypoint Map screen, press ● or MODE
to return to the Route Plan Screen.
Track Log Memory
When you perform GPS measurements, track log records are created and
stored into track log memory automatically at a fixed recording interval (which
you can specify using the procedure under “To change the track point
recording interval”). Track log records are used when plotting points on the
Plot Screen and for producing the Altitude Graph Screen.
Note
• Track log memory can hold up to 400 records. After 400 records are stored
in track log memory, each new GPS measurement deletes the oldest track
log record to make room for the new one.
To view track log memory records
Note
• Deleting a waypoint from your route plan causes all of the waypoints below
it to be shifted upwards on the Route Plan Screen.
To reverse the order of waypoints on the Route Plan Screen
Note
• Use the following procedure when you want to return from your destination
back to your original start point.
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1. On the Route Plan Screen, press MENU
to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
REVERSE, and then press ●.
3. On the REVERSE? confirmation screen
that appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to
reverse the sequence of waypoints on
the Route Plan Screen and return to the
Route Plan Screen.
• To cancel the sequence reverse operation
without doing anything, move the cursor to
NO in the above step, and then press ● to
return to the Route Plan Screen.
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1. On the Route Plan Screen, use K and
L to move the cursor to the waypoint
whose data record you want to delete.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
DELETE, and then press ●.
4. On the DELETE? confirmation screen that
appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to delete
the waypoint you selected in step 1 and
return to the Route Plan Screen.
• To cancel the delete operation without
deleting anything, move the cursor to NO
in the above step, and then press ● to
return to the Route Plan Screen.
• See “Turning Display of a Landmark
Symbol On and Off” for information about
displaying other landmarks in the vicinity
of the current landmark, and “Turning a
Track Point’s Display Status On and Off”
for information about displaying
waypoints, and track points.
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1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
TRACKS, and then press ●.
• A screen appears showing how many
records are unused (FREE) and how
many records are in memory (USED).
After about one second, the Track List
appears.
• Pressing K, ● or L while the FREE/
USED Screen is displayed changes
directly to the Track List.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to the
track whose data record you want to
view.
4. Press ●.
• Pressing ● toggles between the Track
List and the track’s data record.
5. Press MODE twice to return to the
Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
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Track Point Recording Interval
Clearing Track Log Memory Contents
The track point recording interval determines how often a track point record is
created and stored into the Track Log Memory while you are performing GPS
data measurements. The following table lists all of the track point recording
interval settings that are available, and describes how the each setting affects
track point record storage.
Use the following procedure to delete all of the records currently stored in
track log memory.
Interval
Setting
Maximum Records
Stored per Hour
Description
OFF
• Turns off track point record storage.
0
1 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 1-minute period.
60
2 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 2-minute period.
30
5 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 5-minute period.
12
10 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 10-minute
period.
6
15 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 15-minute
period.
4
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 20-minute
period.
3
30 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 30-minute
period.
2
60 min
• Records first successful measurement
achieved during each 60-minute
period.
1
20 min
To clear track log memory contents
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1. On the Track List, press MENU to display
the FUNCTION Screen.
2. The cursor should already be located
next to DELETE, so press ●.
3. On the confirmation screen that appears,
use K and L to move the cursor to
YES, and then press ●.
• After about 10 seconds, the message “NO
DATA” appears, indicating that track log
memory is clear.
• To cancel the delete operation without
deleting anything, move the cursor to NO
in the above step, and then press ● to
return to the Track List.
Displaying a Track on a Map
The following procedure lets you select a track point on the Track List and
display it on an on-screen map.
To display a track on a map
• The initial default setting is 10 minutes.
• The start and end of each period are in accordance with the time being
kept by the watch’s Timekeeping Mode. With the 10 min default setting, for
example, 10-minute periods would be from the top of each hour to 10
minutes after the hour, from 10 minutes after the hour to 20 minutes after
the hour, and so on. If you select 60 min, only the first successful
measurement achieved each hour (from :00 to :59) is recorded.
• After a track point record is created and stored for the first successful
measurement achieved during a period, no more records are created until
the time being kept in the Timekeeping Mode enters the next period of the
interval. If you are using the 10 min default setting and achieve successful
measurements at 9:05, 9:06, 9:08, 9:12, and 9:15, for example, Track Log
Memory records are created and stored for the 9:05 and 9:12
measurements only.
To change the track point recording interval
1. On the Track List, press MENU to display
the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
TRK INTERVAL, and then press ● to
display the TRK INTERVAL Screen with
the current track point recording interval
setting flashing.
1. On the Track List, use K and L to
move the cursor to the track point you
want.
2. Press MENU to display the FUNCTION
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SHOW MAP, and then press ● to display
the Track Point Map Screen.
• The track point you select in step 1 is
shown in the center of the Track Point
Map Screen.
• You can change the scale of the Track
Point Map Screen by pressing K (to
decrease the scale value and zoom in)
and L (to increase the scale value and
zoom out).
Note
• See “Turning Display of a Landmark
(About 2 seconds) Symbol On and Off” for information about
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displaying other landmarks in the vicinity
of the current landmark, and “Turning a
Track Point’s Display Status On and Off”
for information about displaying
waypoints, and track points.
4. After you are finished viewing the Track
Point Map Screen, press ● or MODE to
return to the Track List.
CONFIGURING THE GPS MODE
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This section describes procedures you need to perform to configure the GPS
Mode before actually performing GPS measurements. Most of these settings
need to be made only the first time you use the watch.
Changing the DOP Value
See “How the Watch Uses the DOP Value” for information about how the
watch uses the DOP value you specify here.
To change the DOP value setting
3. Use K and L to cycle through the track point recording interval settings
in the sequence shown below.
Press K.
10 min
5 min
15 min
2 min
Press L.
20 min
30 min
1 min
60 min
OFF
• The initial default setting is 10 minutes.
• Selecting OFF turns off track data recording.
4. After the setting is the way you want, press ● to return to the Track List.
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1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to select SET UP, and
then press ● to display the SET UP
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ACCURACY, and then press ● to display
the ACCURACY Screen with the DOP
value setting flashing.
4. Use K and L to set the DOP value you
want.
• Holding down either button changes the
setting at high speed.
• The initial DOP value setting is 10.
5. Press ● to apply your DOP value setting
and return to the SET UP Screen.
6. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to
the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
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Specifying the Position Display Format
Clearing the Maximum Speed Record
Normally, the watch displays a position obtained by a GPS measurement as
latitude and longitude values showing degrees, minutes, and seconds. You
can use the procedure below to specify display of latitudes and longitudes in
degrees and minutes only, or in degrees only. You can even specify display of
latitude and longitude in UTM grid coordinates.
The watch keeps a record of the maximum speed you attain when speed
measurements are being performed. Use the following procedure to clear the
maximum speed record when you want to start a new speed measurement, etc.
To clear the maximum speed record
1. While the Position Screen, Plot Screen,
or Graphical Navigation Screen is on the
display in the GPS Mode, press MENU
to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
MAX SPD CLR, and then press ●.
3. On the MAX SPD CLR Screen that
appears, use K and L to move the
cursor to YES, and then press ● to clear
the maximum speed record and return to
the Mode Screen you started from in
step 1.
• To cancel the clear operation without
clearing anything, move the cursor to NO
in the above step, and then press ● to
return to the Mode Screen you started
from in step 1.
To specify the position display format
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to select SET UP, and
then press ● to display the SET UP
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
POS. FORM.
4. Press ● to display the POS. FORM
Screen.
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Specifying the Scale of the Plot Screen
5. Use K and L to select the position display option you want as described
in the table below.
When you want to display this:
Select this option:
Latitude and longitude in degrees, minutes, seconds
Latitude and longitude in degrees, minutes
Latitude and longitude in degrees
UTM coordinates
MGRS coordinates
DEG.MIN.SEC
DEG.MIN
DEG
UTM
MGRS
Use the following procedure to change the scale of the Plot Screen.
To specify the scale of the Plot Screen
Note
• If you select UTM for the position display format, you must also use UTM
coordinates when defining landmarks and AREA data.
1. While the Plot Screen is on the display in
the GPS Mode, press MENU to display
the FUNCTION Screen.
2. The cursor should already be located
next to ZOOM, so press ● to display the
Scale Screen.
3. Use K and L to cycle through the
scale values in the sequence shown
below until the one you want to set is
displayed.
• Pressing K makes the screen larger,
while L makes it smaller.
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6. After you are finished making the setting you want, press ● to return to the
SET UP Screen.
7. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
Specifying the Distance, Speed, and Altitude Units
Use this procedure to specify the measurement units you want to use for display
of the distance, speed, and altitude values produced by GPS measurements.
Press L.
To specify the distance, speed, and altitude units
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to select SET UP, and
then press ● to display the SET UP
Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
UNITS, and then press ● to display the
UNITS Screen.
4. Use K and L to select DIST (distance),
SPD (speed), or ALTI (altitude), and then
press ●.
5. Use K and L to cycle through the
available units in the sequence noted
below, until the one you want to use is
displayed, and then press ●.
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Press K.
Press L.
Item
DIST
Scale value
km
0.5
1.0
2.0
5.0
10
20
50
100
200
500
1000
mi, NM
0.2
0.5
1.0
2.0
5.0
10
20
50
100
200
500
• See “Specifying the Distance, Speed, and Altitude Units” for information
about specifying the measurement unit you want to use.
4. After you are finished, press ● to save your setting and return to the Plot
Screen.
Turning Display of a Landmark Symbol On and Off
You can use the following procedure to turn display of specific landmark
symbols on (display) and off (not displayed). When a landmark symbol is
turned off, any landmark that is assigned that symbol does not appear on the
GPS Mode Plot Screen.
Note
• This procedure is impossible when there are no landmarks in the Landmark
List.
To turn display of a landmark symbol on and off
Units
km (kilometers)
mi (miles)
NM (nautical miles)
SPD
km/h (kilometers per hour)
mi/h (miles per hour)
knot (knots)
ALTI
m (meters)
Press K.
Unit
ft (feet)
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for other items if you want.
7. On the UNITS Screen, use K and L to move the cursor to DONE, and
then press ● to return to the SET UP Screen.
• The measurement unit you specify affects the measurement range of each
item. See “Measurement Unit Conversion” for more information.
8. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
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1. While the Plot Screen is on the display in
the GPS Mode, press MENU to display
the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
DISP LMK (Display Landmark), and then
press ● to display the DISP LMK
Screen.
3. Use K and L to select the landmark
symbol you want.
4. Press ● to toggle the display status of
the selected landmark symbol on
(display) and off (do not display).
• The initial default setting for all landmark
symbols is display off.
5. After everything is the way you want, use
K and L to move the cursor to DONE,
and then press ●.
• This saves your settings and returns to
the Plot Screen.
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Turning a Track Point’s Display Status On and Off
You can use the following procedure to turn display of track points on (display)
and off (not displayed). When track point display is turned off, no track points
appear on the GPS Mode Plot Screen.
To turn a track point’s display status on or off
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1. While the Plot Screen is on the display in
the GPS Mode, press MENU to display
the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
DISP TRK (Display Track), and then
press ● to display the DISP TRK Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to ON
(display) or OFF (do not display).
• The initial default setting for all tracks is
display off.
4. After the setting is the way you want,
press ●.
• This saves your settings and returns to
the Plot Screen.
Note
• The initial default for this setting is NORTH UP.
4. After the setting is the way you want, press ● to save it and return to the
Graphical Navigation Screen.
Specifying True or Magnetic North
Use this procedure to specify either true (geographic) north or magnetic north
for the northerly indication on the Graphical Navigation Screen. If you select
magnetic north, you must also input the magnetic declination (the angle by
which magnetic north differs from true north). See “USER MAG Setting” for
more information.
To specify true north or magnetic north
1. While the Graphical Navigation Screen is
on the display in the GPS Mode, press
MENU to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
NORTH, and then press ● to display the
NORTH Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
TRUE (true north) or USER MAG
(magnetic north), and then press ●.
• If you selected TRUE, pressing ● in the
above step sets true north and returns to
the Graphical Navigation Screen to end
the procedure.
• If you selected USER MAG in the above
step, perform steps 4 and 5 below.
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Making a Landmark Your Destination
You can configure a specific landmark so it becomes a “destination landmark,”
which means it is treated as your destination by the watch. If a landmark in
your route plan is a destination landmark, the Graphical Navigation Screen of
the GPS Mode shows the bearing and distance to it. You should always make
a route plan landmark a destination landmark whenever you plan to use the
Graphical Navigation Screen for navigation.
To create a landmark destination
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1. While the Graphical Navigation Screen is
on the display in the GPS Mode, press
MENU to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. The cursor should already be located
next to GO TO, so press ● to display the
GO TO Screen.
3. Use K and L to select the landmark
you want.
• Holding down either button changes the
setting at high speed.
4. Press ●.
• This makes the selected landmark a
destination landmark and returns to the
Graphical Navigation Screen.
4. Use MODE to move the flashing around the display in the sequence
shown below, and specify how many degrees it is east or west from
magnetic north to true north in relationship to your current position
(magnetic declination).
E/W
Declination value digits
• See “To change a numeric setting”.
• When the E/W setting is selected, use K and L to toggle it between E
and W.
5. After everything is the way you want, press ● to save your settings and
return to the Graphical Navigation Screen.
Setting an Arrival Alarm
You can specify a distance value, so the arrival alarm beeps once when you
reach a point that is the specified distance from your destination.
To set the arrival alarm
Specifying the Bearing Orientation
This setting specifies the watch orientation that should be used when
displaying the bearing on the GPS Mode Graphical Navigation Screen. The
setting you make here specifies whether the top (12 o’clock position) of the
watch is defined as north, or as your current heading (direction of travel). The
watch uses this setting when producing bearing readings on the Graphical
Navigation Screen.
To specify the bearing orientation
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1. While the Graphical Navigation Screen is
on the display in the GPS Mode, press
MENU to display the FUNCTION Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
DISPLAY, and then press ● to display
the Bearing Screen.
3. Use K and L to select the bearing
orientation you want to use, as described
in the table, below.
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5. Use MODE to move the flashing around the display in the sequence
shown below.
Distance (integer)
To do this:
Select this orientation:
Define the top of the watch as north for all GPS
measurement modes (One-Shot, AUTO,
NORTH UP
Continuous)
Define the top of the watch as your current
heading for heading measurements in the
HEADING UP
Continuous Mode only. NORTH UP orientation is
used for One-Shot and AUTO measurements
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to
SET UP, and then press ● to display the
SET UP Screen.
3. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ALARM, and then press ● to display the
Alarm Setting Screen.
4. Use K and L to move the cursor to
ARRIVAL ALM, and then press ●.
Distance (decimal)
ARRIVAL ALM
ON/OFF
6. While the distance digits are selected (flashing), use K (+) and L (–) to
change the setting.
• Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
• While the ARRIVAL ALM ON/OFF setting is selected, use K and L to
toggle the arrival alarm on and off.
7. After everything is the way you want, press ● to exit the Setting Screen
and return to the Alarm Setting Screen.
8. Confirm that the cursor is next to DONE and then press ● to return to the
SET UP Screen.
9. Press MODE or MENU twice to return to the Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
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EXCHANGING DATA WITH A COMPUTER
To exchange GPS and watch setup data between the watch and your
computer, you must connect the watch’s Interface/Charger Unit to the
computer and mount the watch on the Interface/Charger Unit.
Important!
• Sending even one landmark, track point, or waypoint (route plan) from your
computer to the watch causes all of the landmarks, track points, or
waypoints (route plan) in watch memory to be deleted and replaced by the
data you send. If you need the data in watch memory, be sure to make a
backup copy before sending data from your computer to the watch.
• Never remove the watch from the Interface/Charger Unit while a data
communication operation is in progress. Doing so can corrupt the data in
watch memory.
• When preparing for data communication, be sure you put the watch into the
PC INTERFACE Mode before you mount it onto the Interface/Charger Unit.
2. Use K and L to cycle through the available input characters in the
sequence shown below.
Press K.
(space)
A to Z
.
• Holding down K or L cycles through the characters at high speed.
• To delete all the characters currently in the input area on the display, hold
down MODE for about one second.
• You can input up to 16 characters.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to input all the characters you want.
To input the latitude and longitude
1. Press MODE to move the flashing to the
position in the latitude or longitude you
want to change.
2. Use K and L to cycle through the
range of settings at the position where
the flashing is located.
• Holding down K or L cycles through the
settings at high speed.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to set the latitude
you want.
To connect the Interface/Charger Unit to a computer
Connect the Interface/Charger Unit to your computer using the serial cable
that comes with the watch.
• Plug the serial cable into the proper ports, making sure it is connected
securely. Proper operation is not possible if connections are not secure.
• When using the Interface/Charger Unit to connect to a computer, there is
no need to connect the AC Adaptor to the Interface/Charger Unit.
• When connecting to a computer, make sure the temperature is as close to
room temperature (around 23°C) as possible.
Position
N 00"00' 00.0"
Setting Range
N or S
Position
E 100"00' 00.0"
Setting Range
E or W
N 00"00' 00.0"
N 00"00' 00.0"
0 to 9
0 to 9
E 100"00' 00.0"
E 100"00' 00.0"
0 to 1
0 to 9
N 00"00' 00.0"
N 00"00' 00.0"
N 00"00' 00.0"
0 to 5
0 to 9
0 to 5
E 100"00' 00.0"
E 100"00' 00.0"
E 100"00' 00.0"
0 to 9
0 to 5
0 to 9
N 00"00' 00.0"
N 00"00' 00.0"
0 to 9
0 to 9
E 100"00' 00.0"
E 100"00' 00.0"
0 to 5
0 to 9
E 100"00' 00.0"
0 to 9
• Any latitude greater than
90°00'00.0" is automatically
converted to 90°00'00.0" when you
save it.
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REFERENCE
This section contains more detailed and technical information about the
features, functions, and operation of this watch. It also contains important
precautions and notes that apply to watch operation.
Inputting Data
The following are the procedures you should use to input text, numbers, etc.
To input text
1. Press MODE to move the flashing to the
position where you want to input a
character.
• Any longitude greater than
180°00'00.0" is automatically
converted to 180°00'00.0" when
you save it.
To change a numeric setting
1. Press MODE to move the flashing to the
digit you want to change.
2. Use K and L to cycle through the
numbers from 0 to 9.
• Holding down K or L cycles through the
numbers at high speed.
• Some numeric settings allow input of
negative values. In such a case, the first
(leftmost) digit of the value becomes a
minus sign.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make all the
settings you want.
To exchange data with a computer
1. In the Timekeeping or GPS Mode, press
MENU twice to display the MENU
Screen.
2. Use K and L to move the cursor to PC
INTERFACE.
3. Mount the watch onto the Interface/
Charger Unit, and then press ● to
display the PC INTERFACE Screen.
• The message “WAITING” should be on
the PC INTERFACE Screen.
4. Perform data uploading and downloading
from your computer using the Watch
Application you installed from the
CD-ROM.
• See the contents of the “Manual” folder on
the CD-ROM for information about data
uploading and downloading.
5. Press MODE twice to return to the
Timekeeping or GPS Mode.
0 to 9
:
Note
• Before you can perform data communication with a personal computer, you
must install the Watch Application bundled on the CD-ROM onto your
computer. See the documentation file on the CD-ROM for information about
how to install the Watch Application.
COM port
Press L.
Measurement Unit Conversion
The watch uses the values to convert from the metric system to other units.
See “To specify the distance, speed, and altitude units” for information about
selecting units of measurement.
Distance
• 1 mi = 1.6093 km
• 1 NM = 1.852 km
Speed
• 1 mi/h = 1.6093 km/h
• 1 knot = 1.852 km/h
Altitude
• 1 ft = 0.3048 m
Displaying GPS Satellite Information
You can use the following procedure to display the position and the receive
status of GPS satellites that are currently overhead.
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Satellite Information Display
UTM Grid Coordinates
The following shows the meaning of the satellite marks that appear on the
display.
The letters “UTM” stand for “Universal Transverse Mercator,” which is a grid
system developed in an attempt to set up a universal world wide system for
mapping.
The UTM system divides the earth into 60 zones, each of which is 6 degrees
of longitude wide. UTM zones, which extend from a latitude of 80° S to 84° N,
define the reference point for UTM grid coordinates within the zone.
You can find more about UTM grid coordinates from the many technical
subjects that are available on the topic, or on the Internet.
Celestial Sphere
1
Zenith
2
3 7
4
North
5
6
8
West
South
East
Current latitude
and longitude
Horizon
MRGS
The letters “MRGS” stand for “Military Reference Grid System,” which further
divides UTM grids into 100,000-meter grid squares with double-letter
designations.
You can find more about MRGS coordinates from the many technical subjects
that are available on the topic, or on the Internet.
DOP Values
Top-Down View
North
Horizon
5
3
Azimuth Angle
(Easterly from 0° due
north to 359°)
4
1
2
West
East
6
The letters “DOP” stand for “Dilution of Precision,” and the DOP value
indicates the quality of the satellites available to you (geometry between you
and the set of satellites being used by the watch for measurement). A high
DOP value indicates poor satellite positioning, while a lower value indicates
better positioning. Taking a reading while the satellites being used are low on
the horizon or while you are under heavy tree cover produces a high DOP
value, which indicates poor satellite positioning.
How the Watch Uses the DOP Value
7
8
Zenith
South
• When you perform a GPS measurement in the One-shot or AUTO Mode,
the watch obtains a DOP value for the positioning of the set of satellites
used for the measurement and compares it with the watch’s current DOP
value setting.
• If the obtained DOP value is greater than the preset DOP value (indicating
positioning that is poorer than the preset value), the watch beeps three
times and then continues to perform measurements until the obtained value
is less than the preset value or until 30 seconds elapse.
• If the watch is unable to achieve a measurement with a DOP value that is
less than the preset DOP value within 30 seconds, the watch beeps once.
Note
• The above DOP comparison operation is not performed when you are
using the Continuous Mode for GPS measurements.
• If you constantly experience problems obtaining successful GPS measurement
results, try increasing the watch’s DOP value setting.
Satellite Marks
Searching
This mark indicates a satellite from which the watch
is standing by to receive a signal. The positions of
these satellites are determined using almanac data
for the current latitude, longitude, and time.
Tracking
This mark indicates a satellite that is currently being
tracked by the watch. Signal receipt for these
satellites is enabled.
Busy
This mark indicates a satellite from which ephemeris
data (information about the position of the host
satellite and the satellite clock time) is being
received. It indicates the satellites that the watch is
using for position measurement.
Battery Marks
: Battery charge is sufficient.
: Battery is getting load. Charge it as soon as possible.
Datums
Since the Earth is neither flat nor a perfect sphere or even an ellipsoid, a wide
variety of spheroid models (mostly ellipses) were developed with different
major and minor axes. An ellipsoid, in addition to the various control points
required to relate how the ellipsoid lies in relation to the Earth, constitutes a
map datum.
When various countries mapped their areas, each usually used its own datum
to provide accuracy in a specific area. Though some datums share the same
ellipsoid, they use different control points, which results in differing datums.
The development of air travel between countries created the need for a single
global datum, which is identified according to their World Geodetic System
(WGS) names. The constellation of GPS satellites uses WGS 84 to describe
coordinates. It should be noted that errors of several hundred meters can
occur if coordinates of one datum are referred to in another datum without
converting them first.
USER MAG Setting
When you select magnetic north “USER MAG” in the procedure under “To
specify true north or magnetic north”, you must provide a magnetic declination
value that indicates the difference between true north and magnetic north at
your current location. You can obtain information about local magnetic
declination values from the following sources.
• Most topographic maps include a small diagram with three arrows showing
magnetic north, true north and Universal Transverse Mercator grid north, as
well as a value of declination.
• You can also find a wealth of magnetic declination information on the Internet.
Important!
• Magnetic declination values change year by year. Make sure you are using
current values.
GPS Mode
What is GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) was originally developed and is
currently operated by the United States Department of Defense. The space
segment of the GPS consists of the NAVSTAR satellites that are orbiting
21,000 kilometers above the Earth over six equally spaced orbital planes.
When signals are received from a minimum of three satellites, the principal of
triangulation is used to determine the current location of the GPS Watch
based on the distance between each satellite and the watch, and the orbital
path of each satellite.
Important!
• The signals produced by GPS satellites are controlled by the GPS Master
Control Station at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Signals may be subject to
reduced precision and even interruption without notice.
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Almanac and Ephemeris Data
Bearing and Direction Values
The data message sent from a GPS satellite consists of an almanac that
gives the approximate positions of all the other satellites in the system, and
the satellite ephemeris that contains precise information about the position of
the host satellite.
How quickly the watch is able to acquire the data it needs to determine your
position depends on a number of factors. One of the most important factors is
the status of almanac and ephemeris data in watch memory. There are two
possible data conditions from which you can start when performing a GPS
measurement: hot start, warm start.
Bearing and direction are indicated on the screens as values that represent
degrees. The following illustration shows the meanings of these values.
Start Type
Hot Start
Warm Start
315° = Northwest
0° = North
45° = Northeast
270°= West
90° = East
Description
• GPS receiver circuit shut off for a very short time
(few minutes at most).
• Watch has not been moved to a different location
since last measurement.
• Both almanac and ephemeris data from last
measurement still in memory.
• GPS receiver circuit shut off for a long time (over
night, etc.)
• Watch has not been moved to a different location
since last measurement.
• Almanac data from last measurement still in
memory, but no ephemeris data.
225° = Southwest
180° = South
135° = Southeast
Display Indicators and Messages
The following describes some of the indicators and messages that appear on
the display of the watch. These are normal and do not indicate malfunction.
WAIT Message
This message appears on the display when you start charging after the
watch’s battery goes dead. Do not interrupt charging while this message is on
the display.
Important!
• The above terms and their definitions are based on current standard
American English usage. Definitions may differ according to language and
geographic area.
RECEIVING SATELLITE DATA Message
Whenever the watch determines that the almanac data it currently has in
memory is no longer valid, it receives new almanac data from one of the
satellites overhead. The message “RECEIVING SATELLITE DATA” appears
when almanac data is being received. It takes about 10 minutes for this
procedure to be completed. Be sure to leave the watch with its antenna facing
the sky whenever this message is on the display.
On-Screen Indicators
Factors that Affect GPS Signal Reception
Signal reception from GPS satellites may be difficult or even impossible under
the following conditions.
• Inside buildings or underground
• Among tall buildings
• In densely wooded areas
• Near high voltage lines
• Inside a motor vehicle
• When the antenna is covered by your sleeve, etc.
This message indicates that the watch is receiving satellite data. A data
receive operation can take about 10 minutes to complete. Leave the watch
with its face facing towards the sky during this period.
The following describes the indicators along the bottom of the display. The
following table explains what it means when there is a marker (bar) above an
indicator, which means the indicator is “on.”
Indicator
GPS
CONT
AUTO
2D
3D
Navigation Precautions
• Never perform navigation operations while walking, cycling, or
operating a motor vehicle. Doing so can lead to accidents.
• Do not use this watch as a main navigation device for a boat or
aircraft. Doing so can lead to accidents.
• Though a useful navigational tool, a GPS receiver should never be
used as a replacement for conventional map and compass
techniques. Remember that magnetic compasses can work at
temperatures well below zero, have no batteries, and are mechanically
simple. They are easy to operate and understand, and will operate
almost anywhere. For these reasons, the magnetic compass should
still be your main navigation tool.
Data Reliability
• The global positioning system (GPS) is administered by the United States,
which also takes responsibility for all maintenance, management, and
precision adjustments. Because of this, there may be unforeseen changes
in the system and the signals it generates.
Graphical Navigation Screen
• Though the HEADING UP Screen can be used when traveling at speeds of
less than 8 kilometers per hour, measurement accuracy is greatly reduced.
• The message “SEARCH” appears on the screen if buildings or other
obstructions interfere with signal receipt while the HEADING UP Screen is
on the display during Continuous Mode measurements. The HEADING UP
Screen will return as soon as the next successful measurement is
achieved.
• The maximum distance that can be displayed on the Graphical Navigation
Screen is 9999 kilometers.
• The destination pointer may remain on the HEADING UP Screen even if
you come to a full stop.
• The appearance of the destination pointer changes automatically
depending on the relative direction of the destination.
ALM
SIG
BATT
Meaning When On
• Watch is in the GPS One-Shot or Auto Mode.
• This indicator is on when the watch is performing a
GPS measurement operation.
• Watch is in the GPS Continuous Mode.
• Watch is in the GPS Auto Mode.
• Watch is performing a 2-dimensional GPS
measurement (using three satellites).
• Watch is performing a 3-dimensional GPS
measurement (using four or more satellites), which
provides better accuracy than 2D.
• Daily alarm or arrival alarm is turned on.
• Hourly Time Signal is turned on.
• Battery power is low and battery needs to be
charged.
Lower Display Area Items
The following table describes the types of information that appear in the lower
display area.
Display Item
Longitude and
latitude
Stopwatch
Current time
and date
Heading and
Speed
Maximum
Speed
Altitude
Direction and
distance to
destination
DOP value
Content
• S/N Latitude: Degrees, Minutes,
Seconds
• E/W Longitude: Degrees, Minutes,
Seconds
• Current year, month, day, hour,
minutes, seconds, AM/PM
• Continuous GPS measurement
mode only
• Heading (HDG): From 0° (due
north) to 359°,
• Speed (SPD): km/h
• Maximum speed (MAX SPD)
achieved
• Altitude (meters) obtained by GPS
measurement ALTI DOP value or
3D measurement
• Direction (BRG): Direction to
destination from 0° (straight) to
359°
• Distance (DIST): kilometers to
destination
• GPS measurement DOP value
Screen Type
Timekeeping,
Plot, Graphical
Navigation
Timekeeping
Position
Position, Plot,
Graphical
Navigation
Position, Plot,
Graphical
Navigation
Position, Plot,
Graphical
Navigation
Graphical
Navigation
Position
Note
• If 3D measurements were not possible for the last GPS measurement,
“____” is shown for both the altitude and the DOP value.
• “____” is shown for the distance to the destination if the distance is greater
than 9999 km.
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Antenna
Never attach any metallic stickers to the
antenna of this watch. Doing so can interfere
with proper signal reception.
Antenna
AREA LIST
City Code
HNL
ANC
YVR
SFO
SEA
LAX
LAS
YEA
DEN
MEX
DFW
HOU
GUA
CHI
SJO
ATL
DTT
MIA
YTO
PTY
LIM
WAS
BOG
NYC
YMQ
BOS
SCL
LPB
CCS
BUE
MVD
SAO
RIO
LPA
LIS
CAS
EDI
LON
MAD
BCN
PAR
BRU
AMS
ZRH
FRA
MIL
HAM
OSL
MUC
ROM
CPH
VIE
STO
CPT
ATH
HEL
IST
CAI
JRS
NBO
ADD
JED
BGW
RUH
KWI
BAH
DOH
THR
DXB
MCT
KBL
KHI
BOM
DEL
MAA
CCU
DAC
RGN
BKK
JKT
KUL
SIN
HKG
PER
BJS
City Name
HONOLULU
ANCHORAGE
VANCOUVER
SAN FRANCISCO
SEATTLE
LOS ANGELES
LAS VEGAS
EDMONTON
DENVER
MEXICO CITY
DALLAS
HOUSTON
GUATEMALA CITY
CHICAGO
SAN JOSE
ATLANTA
DETROIT
MIAMI
TORONTO
PANAMA CITY
LIMA
WASHINGTON
BOGOTA
NEW YORK
MONTREAL
BOSTON
SANTIAGO
LA PAZ
CARACAS
BUENOS AIRES
MONTEVIDEO
SAO PAULO
RIO DE JANEIRO
GRAN CANARIA
LISBON
CASABLANCA
EDINBURGH
LONDON
MADRID
BARCELONA
PARIS
BRUSSELS
AMSTERDAM
ZURICH
FRANKFURT
MILAN
HAMBURG
OSLO
MUNICH
ROME
COPENHAGEN
VIENNA
STOCKHOLM
CAPE TOWN
ATHENS
HELSINKI
ISTANBUL
CAIRO
JERUSALEM
NAIROBI
ADDIS ABABA
JEDDAH
BAGHDAD
RIYADH
KUWAIT
BAHRAIN
DOHA
TEHRAN
DUBAI
MUSCAT
KABUL
KARACHI
BOMBAY
DELHI
MADRAS
CALCUTTA
DHAKA
YANGON
BANGKOK
JAKARTA
KUALA LUMPUR
SINGAPORE
HONG KONG
PERTH
BEIJING
GMT
Latitude
Differential S/N Deg Min
– 10.0 N
21 21
– 9.0 N
61 10
49 11
– 8.0 N
37 37
– 8.0 N
Preset Data
Longitude
E/W
W
W
W
W
Deg Min
157 56
149 55
123 10
122 23
GMT
Latitude
Differential S/N Deg Min
8.0 N
14 31
8.0 N
31 10
8.0 N
25 02
9.0 N
37 30
9.0 N
33 35
Preset Data
Longitude
Deg Min
Datum Name
E/W
E
E
E
E
E
121
121
121
127
130
00
26
31
00
23
LUZON-1
WGS84
HU-TZU-SHAN
TOKYO
TOKYO
MNL
SHA
TPE
SEL
FUK
MANILA
SHANGHAI
TAIPEI
SEOUL
FUKUOKA
OSA
TYO
SPK
ADL
GUM
OSAKA
TOKYO
SAPPORO
ADELAIDE
GUAM
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.5
10.0
N
N
N
S
N
34
35
43
34
13
41
41
03
56
33
E
E
E
E
E
135
139
141
138
144
31
46
20
31
50
TOKYO
TOKYO
TOKYO
AUSTRALIA 84
GUAM 63
MEL
SYD
NOU
WLG
AKL
MELBOURNE
SYDNEY
NOUMEA
WELLINGTON
AUCKLAND
10.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
12.0
S
S
S
S
S
37
33
22
41
37
49
57
16
17
01
E
E
E
E
E
144
151
166
174
174
58
11
27
46
48
AUSTRALIA 84
AUSTRALIA 84
WGS84
GEO-DATUM 49
GEO-DATUM 49
X
–124
166
123
128
Y
234
15
20
18
Z
25
–204
–220
–224
A
251.000
112.145
112.145
112.145
F
0.000014192702
0.000054750714
0.000054750714
0.000054750714
43
150
491
143
163
251
22
90
–45
2
–435
294
108.000
251.000
23.000
112.145
–0.000000480795
0.000014192702
0.000000081204
0.000054750714
Datum Name
47
34
36
53
39
37
03
05
34
45
W
W
W
W
W
122
118
115
113
104
19
15
10
31
52
NAD83-3
NAD83-3
NAD83-3
NAD83-2
NAD83-3
– 6.0 N
– 6.0 N
– 6.0 N
– 6.0 N
– 6.0 N
19
32
29
14
41
24
47
46
35
47
W
W
W
W
W
99
96
95
90
87
12
48
22
31
45
NAD83-4
NAD83-3
NAD83-3
NAD83-4
NAD83-3
– 6.0
– 5.0
– 5.0
– 5.0
N
N
N
N
– 5.0 N
– 5.0 N
– 5.0 S
– 5.0 N
– 5.0 N
– 5.0 N
09
33
42
25
43
56
39
20
49
40
W
W
W
W
W
84
84
83
80
79
05
25
01
17
38
NAD83-4
NAD83-3
NAD83-3
NAD83-3
NAD83-2
08
12
38
04
40
58
00
51
42
46
W
W
W
W
W
79
77
77
74
73
31
07
02
08
54
WGS84
S-AMERICAN 69
NAD83-3
BOGOTA OBS
NAD83-3
– 5.0
– 5.0
– 4.0
– 4.0
45
42
33
16
10
28
22
26
31
30
W
W
W
W
W
73
71
70
68
66
45
02
41
11
56
NAD83-2
NAD83-3
S-AMERICAN 69
S-AMERICAN 69
S-AMERICAN 69
34
34
23
22
28
35
52
30
55
29
W
W
W
W
W
58
56
46
43
15
29
12
37
10
11
CAMPO
YACARE
CORREGO
CORREGO
PICO NIEVES
N
N
N
N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
38
33
55
51
40
47
34
57
09
25
W
W
W
W
W
09
07
03
00
03
08
40
13
11
41
EUROPEAN 79
MERCHICH
G-BRITAIN 36
G-BRITAIN 36
EUROPEAN 79
41
48
50
52
47
25
58
50
21
23
E
E
E
E
E
02
02
04
04
08
08
27
20
54
34
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
N
N
N
N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
1.0 N
2.0 S
50
45
53
60
48
07
28
38
12
08
E
E
E
E
E
08
09
10
11
11
40
12
00
05
42
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
41
55
48
59
33
48
41
15
21
59
E
E
E
E
E
12
12
16
17
18
14
33
22
57
36
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
CAPE
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
N
N
N
N
2.0 N
3.0 S
3.0 N
3.0 N
3.0 N
3.0 N
37
60
40
30
31
58
19
58
08
46
E
E
E
E
E
23
24
29
31
35
43
58
05
24
13
EUROPEAN 79
EUROPEAN 79
WGS84
OLD EGYPT 30
WGS84
01
08
21
33
24
19
59
30
14
43
E
E
E
E
E
36
38
39
44
46
55
48
12
14
43
ARC60
ADINDAN-1
NAHRWAN-3
WGS84
NAHRWAN-3
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.5
N
N
N
N
4.0 N
4.0 N
4.5 N
5.0 N
5.5 N
5.5 N
29
26
25
35
25
20
00
17
41
18
E
E
E
E
E
48
50
51
51
55
01
30
32
21
18
NAHRWAN-2
AIN EL ABD 70
QATAR
EUROPEAN 79
NAHRWAN-2
23
34
24
18
28
48
33
54
54
37
E
E
E
E
E
58
69
67
72
77
36
13
08
49
12
OMAN
HERAT NORTH
WGS84
INDIAN-2
INDIAN-2
5.5
5.5
6.0
6.5
N
N
N
N
7.0 N
7.0 S
8.0 N
8.0 N
8.0 N
8.0 S
13
22
23
16
13
00
32
48
46
44
E
E
E
E
E
80
88
90
96
100
11
20
25
10
34
INDIAN-2
INDIAN-2
INDIAN-2
WGS84
INDIAN-1
06
03
01
22
31
11
07
22
18
56
E
E
E
E
E
106
101
103
114
115
50
33
55
10
57
BUKIT RIMPAH
KERTAU 48
SOUTH ASIA
HONG KONG 63
AUSTRALIA 84
8.0 N
39
56 E
116
17
WGS84
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
City Name
OLD HAWAIIAN
NAD83-1
NAD83-2
NAD83-3
– 8.0 N
– 8.0 N
– 8.0 N
– 7.0 N
– 7.0 N
N
N
S
S
– 4.0 N
– 3.0 S
– 3.0 S
– 3.0 S
– 3.0 S
0.0 N
City Code
DATUM LIST
Datum Name
Display
Applicable Area
Datum Parameter
ASTRONOMIC STATION 1952 A–STATION 52
ADINDAN
ADINDAN–1
ADINDAN–2
ADINDAN–3
Marcus Island
Ethiopia, Sudan
Mali
Senegal
AFG
AIN EL ABD 1970
ANNA 1 ASTRO 1965
ARC 1950
AFG
AIN EL ABD 70
ANNA 1 AST 65
ARC 50
Somalia
Bahrain Island
Cocos Islands
Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi,
Swaziland, Zaire, Zambia,
ARC 1960
ASCENSION ISLAND 1958
ASTRO B4 SOR. ATOLL
ASTRO BEACON “E”
ASTRO POS 71/4
ARC 60
ASCENSION 58
ASTRO B4 SOR
ASTRO EACON
ASTRO POS 714
Zimbabwe
Kenya, Tanzania
Ascension Island
Tern Island
Iwo Jima Island
St. Helena Island
160
207
–114
–145
320
8
–107
116
–75
–550
300
–52
333
272
494
112.145
251.000
251.000
251.000
251.000
0.000054750714
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1966
AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1984
BELLEVUE(IGN)
BERMUDA 1957
BOGOTA OBSERVATORY
AUSTRALIA 66
AUSTRALIA 84
BELLEVUE
BERMUDA 57
BOGOTA OBS
Australia, Tasmania Island
Australia and Tasmania Island
Efate, Erromango Islands
Bermuda Islands
Colombia
133
134
127
73
–307
48
48
769
–213
–304
–148
–149
–472
–296
318
23.000
23.000
251.000
69.400
251.000
0.000000081204
0.000000081204
0.000014192702
0.000037264639
0.000014192702
BUKIT RIMPAH
BUKIT RIMPAH
–664
CAMP AREA AST
CAMPO
CANTON IS 66
Bangka and Belitung
Islands (Indonesia)
Camp McMurdo Area, Antarctica
Argentina
Phoenix Islands
384
CAMP AREA ASTRO
CAMPO INCHAUSPE
CANTON ISLAND 1966
104
148
–298
129
–136
304
–239
–90
375
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
CAPE
CAPE CANAVERAL
CARTHAGE
CHATHAM 1971
CHUA ASTRO
CAPE
CAPE CANAV
CARTHAGE
CHATHAM 71
CHUA ASTRO
South Africa
Florida and Bahama Islands
Tunisia
Chatham Island (New Zealand)
Paraguay
136
2
263
–175
134
108
–150
–6
38
–229
292
–181
–431
–113
29
112.145
69.400
112.145
251.000
251.000
CORREGO ALEGRE
DJAKARTA(BATAVIA)
DOS 1968
EASTER ISLANDS 1967
EUROPEAN 1950
CORREGO
DJAKARTA
DOS 68
EASTER IS 67
EUROPEAN 50
Brazil
Sumatra Island (Indonesia)
Gizo Island (New Georgia Islands)
Easter Island
Europe (Mean Value)
206
377
–230
–221
87
–172
–681
199
–147
98
6 251.000 0.000014192702
50 –739.845 –0.000010037483
752 251.000 0.000014192702
–111 251.000 0.000014192702
121 251.000 0.000014192702
EUROPEAN 1979
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF
GREAT BRITAIN 1936
G.SEGARA
GANDAJIKA BASE
EUROPEAN 79
G–BRITAIN 36
86
–375
98
111
119 251.000 0.000014192702
–431 –573.604 –0.000011960023
G.SEGARA
GANDAJIKA
Europe (Mean Value)
England, Isle of Man, Wales,
Scotland, Shetland Islands
Kalimantan Island (Indonesia)
Republic of Maldives
403
133
–684
321
GEODETIC DATUM 1949
GUAM 1963
GUX 1 ASTRO
HERAT NORTH
HJORSEY 1955
GEO–DATUM 49
GUAM 63
GUX 1 ASTRO
HERAT NORTH
HJORSEY 55
New Zealand
Guam Island
Guadalcanal Island
Afghanistan
Iceland
–84
100
–252
333
73
22
248
209
222
–46
HONG KONG 1963
HU–TZU–SHAN
INDIAN
IRELAND 1965
HONG KONG 63
HU–TZU–SHAN
INDIAN–1
INDIAN–2
IRELAND 65
Hong Kong
Taiwan
Thailand and Vietnam
Bangladesh, India, and Nepal
Ireland
156
634
–214
–289
–506
271
549
–836
–734
122
189 251.000 0.000014192702
201 251.000 0.000014192702
–303 –860.655 –0.000028361368
–257 –860.655 –0.000028361368
–611 –796.811 –0.000011960023
ISTS 073 ASTRO 1969
JOHNSTON ISLAND 1961
KANDAWALA
KERGUELEN ISLAND
KERTAU 1948
ISTS 073 AST
JOHNSTON 61
KANDAWALA
KERGUELEN
KERTAU 48
Diego Garcia
Johnston Island
Sri Lanka
Kerguelen Island
West Malaysia and Singapore
–208
–191
97
–145
11
435
77
–787
187
–851
229 251.000 0.000014192702
204 251.000 0.000014192702
–86 –860.655 –0.000028361368
–103 251.000 0.000014192702
–5 –832.937 –0.000028361368
L.C.5 ASTRO
LA REUNION
LIBERIA 1964
LUZON
L.C.5 ASTRO
LA REUNION
LIBERIA 64
LUZON–1
Cayman Brac Island
Mascarene Island
Liberia
Philippines (Excluding Mindanao
Island)
–42
–94
90
133
–124
948
–40
77
–147
1262
–88
51
MAHE 1971
MARCO ASTRO
MASSAWA
MERCHICH
LUZON–2
MAHE 71
MARCO ASTRO
MASSAWA
MERCHICH
Mindanao Island
Mahe Island
Salvage Island
Eritrea (Ethiopia)
Morocco
133
–41
289
–639
–31
79
220
124
–405
–146
MIDWAY AST 61
MINNA
NAD27–1
NAD27–2
NAD27–3
Midway Island
Nigeria
North America,CONUS (Mean Value)
Alaska
Canada (Including Newfoundland
–912
92
8
5
10
58 –1227
93 –122
–160 –176
–135 –172
–158 –187
NAD27–4
NAD27–5
NAD27–6
NAD27–7
Island)
Central America
Canal Zone
Caribbean
Cuba
NAD27–8
NAD27–9
Greenland
Mexico
MIDWAY ASTRO 1961
MINNA
NORTH AMERICAN 1927
48 –739.845 –0.000010037483
0.000054750714
0.000037264639
0.000054750714
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
–41 –739.845 –0.000010037483
–50 251.000 0.000014192702
–209
–259
751
–114
86
251.000
69.400
251.000
251.000
251.000
69.400
251.000
112.145
69.400
0.000014192702
0.000037264639
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
0.000037264639
0.000014192702
0.000054750714
0.000037264639
72 69.400 0.000037264639
134 112.145 0.000054750714
–60 251.000 0.000014192702
–60 –739.845 –0.000010037483
–47 112.145 0.000054750714
251.000
112.145
69.400
69.400
69.400
0.000014192702
0.000054750714
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0.000037264639
0
0
7
9
–125
–125
–152
–152
–194
–201
–178
–178
69.400
69.400
69.400
69.400
–11
12
–114
–130
–195
–190
69.400 0.000037264639
69.400 0.000037264639
2240-20
Datum Name
NORTH AMERICAN 1983
Display
Applicable Area
Datum Parameter
X
0
0
0
0
247
Y
0
0
0
0
148
Z
A
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
112.145
F
0.000000000016
0.000000000016
0.000000000016
0.000000000016
0.000054750714
NAHRWAN
NAD83–1
NAD83–2
NAD83–3
NAD83–4
NAHRWAN–1
Alaska
Canada
CONUS
Mexico, Central America
Masirah Island (Oman)
NAMIBIA
NAPARIMA, BWI
OBSERVATORIO 1966
NAHRWAN–2
NAHRWAN–3
NAMIBIA
NAPARIMA
OBSERV 66
United Arab Emirates
Saudi Arabia
Namibia
Trinidad and Tobago
Corvo and Flores Islands (Azores)
249
231
–616
2
425
156
196
–97
–374
169
–381 112.145 0.000054750714
–482 112.145 0.000054750714
251 –653.135 –0.000010037483
–172 251.000 0.000014192702
–81 251.000 0.000014192702
OLD EGYPTIAN 1930
OLD HAWAIIAN
OMAN
PICO DE LAS NIVIES
PITCAIRN ASTRO 1967
OLD EGYPT 30
OLD HAWAIIAN
OMAN
PICO NIEVES
PITCAIRN 67
Egypt
Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, Oafu
Oman
Canary Islands
Pitcairn Island
130
–61
346
307
–185
–110
285
1
92
–165
13
181
–224
–127
–42
63.000 –0.000000480795
69.400 0.000037264639
112.145 0.000054750714
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
PUERTO RICO
QATAR NATIONAL
QORNOQ
ROME 1940
RT90
PUERTO RICO
QATAR
QORNOQ
ROME 40
RT90
Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
Qatar
South Greenland
Sardinia Island
Sweden
–72
101
283
–22
–138
189
65
–9
35.8 –567.6
69.400 0.000037264639
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
–739.845 –0.000010037483
PROVISIONAL SOUTH
AMERICAN 1956
288
–175
376
251.000
0.000014192702
SOUTH AMERICAN 1969
PROVISIONAL SOUTH
S–AMERICAN 56 Bolivia, North Chile (near19°S),
South Chile (near 43°S), Colombia,
Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Venezuela
S–AMERICAN 69 South America (Mean Value)
S–CHILEAN 63
South Chile (near 53°S)
57
–16
–1
–196
41
–93
23.000
251.000
0.000000081204
0.000014192702
CHILEAN 1963
SOUTH–EAST BASE
SOUTH–WEST BASE
S–E BASE
S–W BASE
499
104
249
–167
–314
38
251.000
251.000
0.000014192702
0.000014192702
SANTA BRAZ
SANTA BRAZ
Porto Santo and Madeira Islands
Faial, Graciosa, Pico, Sao Jorge,
and Terceira Islands (Azores)
Sao Miguel, Santa Maria
0.000014192702
SANTO(DOS)
SAPPER HILL 1943
SOUTH ASIA
TANANARIVE OBSERVATORY
SANTO
SAPPER HILL 43
SOUTH ASIA
TANANARIV 25
Islands (Azores)
Espirito Santo Island
East Falkland Island
Singapore
Madagascar
1925
TIMBALAI 1948
TIMBALAI 48
TOKYO
TRISTAN ASTRO 1968
TOKYO
TRISTAN 68
Brunei and East Malaysia (Sarawak
and Sabah)
Japan, Korea, and Okinawa
Tristan da Cunha
VITI LEVU 1916
WAKE–ENIWETOK 1960
WGS–72
WGS–84
YACARE
VITI LEVU 16
WAKE–ENI 60
WGS72
WGS84
YACARE
Viti Levu Island (Fiji Islands)
Marshall Islands
World Geodetic System
World Geodetic System
Uruguay
ZANDERIJ
USER
ZANDERIJ
USER
Suriname
–11
128
–164
225
–498.1
0
0
0
0
–369
203
–141
–53
251.000
–170
355
–7
189
–42
–16
10
242
–84
–74
26
91
251.000 0.000014192702
251.000 0.000014192702
18.000 –0.000000480795
251.000 0.000014192702
689
–691
46 –860.655 –0.000028361368
128
632
–481
–438
–664 –739.845 –0.000010037483
609 251.000 0.000014192702
–51
–101
0
0
155
–391
–52
0
0
–171
265
36
39
0
0
–37
112.145 0.000054750714
133.000 0.000014192702
–2.000 –0.000000031211
0.000 0.000000000000
251.000 0.000014192702
–120
358 251.000 0.000014192702
User input datum parameters
2240-21
PRE-PROGRAMMED LANDMARK LIST
The Landmark List comes pre-programmed with the names and locations of the major mountains of the world. You can use these as they are or you can change them
to other landmarks using the procedure under “To edit a landmark” and “To delete a landmark”.
• The readings of names shown in this list may differ from those used locally.
• Depending on the map you use, the latitude and longitude values in this list may be a number seconds off.
No.
Mountain Name
Display
S/N
Africa
Asia
Europe
Latitude
Deg Min
Preset Data
Longitude
Elevation
Sec E/W Deg Min Sec
m
001 Mt. Kilimanjaro
KILIMANJARO
S
03
03 20.9
E
037
21 52.9
5895
002 Mount Kenya (Kirinyaga)
KENYA MOUNT
S
00
08 39.6
E
037
18 32.1
5199
003 Margherita Peak
MARGHERITA
N
00
22 55.7
E
029
51 50.1
5109
004 Ras Dashan
RAS DASHAN
N
13
12 46.7
E
038
20 59.9
4620
005 Volcan Karisimbi
006 Jebel Toubkal
KARISIMBI
TOUBKAL
S
N
01
31
30 28.7
03 55.2
E
W
029
007
26 50.6
54 58.9
4507
4165
007 Champagne Castle
CHAMPAGNE
S
29
04 59.2
E
029
21 02.0
3446
008 Emi Koussi
EMI KOUSSI
N
19
49 59.6
E
018
30 01.0
3415
009 Kinyeti
KINYETI
N
03
56 57.6
E
032
54 00.7
3187
010 Pico de Basile
PICO DE BASILE
N
03
35 26.0
E
008
45 40.2
3007
011 Tahat
TAHAT
N
23
16 55.8
E
005
31 13.0
3003
012 Sapitwa (Mt. Mulanje)
SAPITWA
S
15
58 08.8
E
035
42 49.0
3002
013 Soira
SOIRA
N
14
44 59.3
E
039
31 57.6
2989
014 Maromokotra
MAROMOKOTRA
S
14
00 02.3
E
049
12 01.2
2876
015 Pico de Cano
PICO DE CANO
N
14
56 56.9
W
024
23 02.4
2829
016 Mt. Karonje
KARONJE
S
04
10 58.8
E
029
40 57.9
2685
017 Gebel Katherina (Mount Sinai)
KATHERINA
N
28
30 35.6
E
033
57 23.3
2637
018 Serro Moco
SERRO MOCO
S
12
19 10.1
E
015
00 16.9
2619
019 Brandberg
020 Mount Inyangani
BRANDBERG
INYANGANI
S
S
21
18
09 30.1
18 01.8
E
E
014
032
34 35.1
51 00.4
2606
2592
021 Monte Binga
MONTE BINGA
S
11
52 02.0
E
035
01 57.9
2436
022 Mount Shimbiris
SHIMBIRIS
N
10
43 29.6
E
047
14 46.9
2416
023 Mt. Kartala
KARTALA
S
11
45 01.3
E
043
21 59.0
2361
024 Pic Bette
BETTE
N
22
01 57.5
E
019
12 37.3
2286
025 Mount Vogel
VOGEL
N
08
24 06.3
E
011
47 14.0
2024
026 Bagzane
BAGZANE
N
18
40 03.1
E
008
39 59.6
2022
027 Moussa Ali
MOUSSA ALI
N
12
27 10.1
E
042
24 35.7
2020
028 Mt. Nimba
NIMBA
N
07
37 00.6
W
008
24 40.1
1752
029 Everest
EVEREST
N
27
58 50.4
E
086
55 17.4
8850
030 K2
K2
N
35
53 20.2
E
076
30 26.9
8611
031 Kanchenjunga
KANCHENJUNGA
N
27
45 13.9
E
088
10 45.6
8598
032 Kommunizm Peak
033 Nowshak
KOMMUNIZM
NOWSHAK
N
N
38
36
56 41.1
24 35.7
E
E
072
071
01 21.4
49 16.1
7495
7485
034 Pik Pobedy
POBEDY
N
42
03 00.1
E
080
11 02.4
7439
035 Pik Chan-Tengri
CHAN TENGRI
N
42
11 59.5
E
080
15 03.1
6995
036 Hkakabo Razi
HKAKABO RAZI
N
28
20 02.2
E
097
32 01.7
5881
037 Kula Kangri
KULA KANGRI
N
28
04 22.0
E
090
22 36.7
5881
038 Mount Damavand
DAMAVAND
N
35
57 37.5
E
052
05 56.8
5670
039 Mt. Ararat
ARARAT
N
39
41 57.9
E
044
18 40.1
5165
040 Gora Shkhara
SHKHARA
N
43
00 04.6
E
043
05 39.6
5068
041 Puncak Jaya
PUNCAK JAYA
S
04
02 34.1
E
137
03 17.9
5030
042 Bazar-Dyuzi
BAZAR DYUZI
N
41
12 51.3
E
047
51 42.5
4480
043 Tavan-Bogdo-Uli
TSAST BOGD
N
46
31 57.8
E
093
32 58.5
4373
044 Mount Kinabalu
KINABALU
N
06
04 33.2
E
116
36 09.8
4094
045 Aragats
ARAGATS
N
40
32 01.7
E
044
11 57.4
4090
046 Yu Shan
047 Fuji
YU SHAN
FUJI
N
N
23
35
29 23.1
21 27.0
E
E
121
138
02 32.4
43 50.0
3957
3776
048 Fan Si Pan
FAN SI PAN
N
22
18 42.0
E
103
46 17.2
3143
049 Jebel Abha
JABEL ABHA
N
27
16 02.0
E
040
00 58.7
3133
050 Jabal ash-Sham
JABAL ASH SHAM
N
23
09 55.2
E
057
25 39.4
3035
051 Mount Apo
APO
N
07
00 58.1
E
125
16 31.0
2954
052 Phou Bia
PHOU BIA
N
19
30 06.9
E
103
04 07.1
2819
053 Mt. Hermon (Jabal ash-Shaykh)
HERMON
N
33
24 42.6
E
035
51 27.8
2814
054 Mount Paek-tu
PAEK TU
N
41
59 42.2
E
128
05 13.2
2744
055 Doi Inthanon
DOI INTHANON
N
18
35 01.2
E
098
29 02.0
2595
056 Pidurutalagala
PIDURUTALAGALA
N
06
59 58.7
E
080
46 44.7
2524
057 Mont Blanc
MONT BLANC
N
45
50 03.8
E
006
51 27.7
4807
058 Monte Rosa (Dufourspitze )
MONTE ROSA
N
45
56 39.8
E
007
51 38.8
4634
059 Grossglockner
GROSSGLOCKNER
N
47
04 52.3
E
012
41 26.0
3797
060 Mulhacen
061 Zugspitze
MULHACEN
ZUGSPITZE
N
N
37
47
03 06.7
24 59.8
W
E
003
010
18 17.2
59 17.6
3715
2962
062 Musala
MUSALA
N
42
04 58.9
E
023
23 57.3
2925
063 Mount Olympus
OLYMPUS
N
40
05 33.2
E
022
21 35.7
2917
064 Korab
KORAB
N
41
46 55.1
E
020
32 40.3
2764
065 Djaravica
DJARAVICA
N
42
32 21.9
E
020
07 46.3
2656
066 Gerlachovsky
GERLACHOVSKY
N
49
09 34.7
E
020
08 22.0
2655
067 Grauspitz
GRAUSPITZ
N
47
03 48.0
E
009
35 00.5
2599
068 Negoiu
NEGOIU
N
45
36 02.6
E
024
34 33.6
2548
069 Rysy
RYSY
N
49
11 58.2
E
020
04 04.7
2499
070 Galdhopiggen
GALDHOPIGGEN
N
61
37 54.1
E
008
15 40.9
2469
071 Maglic
MAGLIC
N
43
18 03.4
E
018
45 11.3
2387
072 Kebnekaise
KEBNEKAISE
N
67
53 00.7
E
018
10 05.9
2111
073 Mt. Goverla
GOVERLA
N
48
10 01.8
E
024
34 01.8
2061
074 Troglav
075 Ben Nevis
TROGLAV
BEN NEVIS
N
N
43
56
56 44.4
47 59.5
E
W
016
005
35 47.1
00 30.1
1913
1343
2240-22
No.
Mountain Name
North 076 Mt. McKinley
America 077 Mt. Logan
Display
Latitude
S/N Deg Min
Preset Data
Longitude
Elevation
m
Sec E/W Deg Min Sec
MCKINLEY
LOGAN
N
N
63
32
05 34.5
18 33.8
W
W
151
064
00 44.7
45 38.4
6194
5950
078 Pico de Orizaba
ORIZABA
N
19
00 35.3
W
097
15 54.5
5610
079 Volcan Tajumulco
TAJUMULCO
N
15
02 13.6
W
091
55 17.4
4220
080 Gunnbjorn Fjeld
GUNNBJORN
N
68
55 02.1
W
029
47 00.4
3702
081 Volcan Baru
BARU
N
08
48 46.0
W
082
33 20.3
3475
082 Pico Duarte
DUARTE
N
19
01 29.7
W
071
01 01.5
3175
083 La Selle
LA SELLE
N
18
21 59.3
W
071
59 01.6
2680
084 Santa Ana
SANTA ANA
N
13
50 58.0
W
089
38 00.9
2381
085 Blue Mountain Peak
BLUE MOUNTAIN
N
18
11 01.1
W
077
08 02.3
2256
086 Mogoton
MOGOTON
N
13
45 21.4
W
086
23 22.5
2107
VINSON MASSIF
S
77
40 00.4
W
087
00 04.6
5140
088 Mount Cook
COOK
S
43
40 49.3
E
170
02 25.2
3743
089 Mount Makarakomburu
090 Mont Orohena
MAKARAKOMBURU
OROHENA
S
S
09
17
43 31.9
37 12.2
E
W
160
149
01 36.4
28 49.2
2477
2241
091 Mt.Kosciusko
KOSCIUSKO
S
36
27 23.9
E
148
15 40.0
2228
ACONCAGUA
S
32
39 10.9
W
070
01 13.7
6960
OJOS DE SALADO
S
27
05 23.6
W
068
32 14.4
6880
094 Mount Huascaran
HUASCARAN
S
09
07 29.3
W
077
36 38.9
6768
095 Sajama
SAJAMA
S
18
01 27.1
W
069
04 05.2
6542
096 Chimborazo
CHIMBORAZO
S
01
27 55.3
W
078
48 57.5
6310
097 Pico Cristobal Colon
CRISTOBAL COLO
N
10
50 00.6
W
073
40 59.9
5800
098 Pico Bolivar
BOLIVAR
N
08
33 00.8
W
071
03 01.3
5007
099 Pico da Neblina
NEBLINA
N
00
47 30.4
W
066
06 46.8
3014
100 Mount Roraima
RORAIMA
N
05
13 54.7 W
060
44 01.4 2875
* Based on data as of December 1999.
Oceania 087 Vinson Massif
South 092 Aconcagua
America 093 Ojos de Salado