Cobra Electronics 2000 GPS Receiver User Manual

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR
MOBILE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS:
2000
3000
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Printed in the Philippines
Part No. 480-101-P
English
Our thanks to you, About GPS navigation and About the Cobra NAV ONE system
Our thanks to you
Thank you for purchasing a Cobra NAV ONE
mobile navigation system. Properly used and
maintained, this Cobra NAV ONE product
will provide many years of reliable service.
About GPS navigation
The Global Positioning System consists of
land-based control stations and a constellation
of satellites circling the earth that send continuous,
coded radio signals containing time and position
information. GPS receivers, such as the one
built into the NAV ONE, use those signals to
determine their position on the earth (latitude
and longitude).
For more information on the Global Positioning
System, see Appendix C. However, the NAV ONE’s
built-in features and uncomplicated interface allows
navigating without much concern for GPS details.
 NOTE
Cobra recommends reading at least the
Important safety information and all of
Part II — Getting Started in this manual
before using the unit.
Trim Line for short fold
About the Cobra
NAV ONE system
The NAV ONE unit is a specialized, portable navigation
system for use in vehicles. It provides turn-by-turn
route guidance by combining: a Global Positioning
System (GPS) receiver to detect position; a detailed
map of the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii and
major metropolitan areas in Canada (see note); a
unique microcomputer that stores and processes
map and route information; a gyro to detect heading
independently of the GPS signal (NAV ONE 3000 only),
all in a remarkably compact and stylish package.
The NAV ONE can help navigate from point A to point
B using a single destination mode or from point A to
points B, C, D, etc., in turn using trip planner mode.
The NAV ONE 2000 detects heading information only
from GPS data about a moving vehicle’s direction of
travel. The most recent heading will be retained when
the GPS signal is lost or the vehicle is stopped.
The Cobra-developed microcomputer built into
NAV ONE uses GPS information to locate its position
on the map contained in its memory. As the unit
moves with a vehicle, the computer is able to track
its changing position and heading relative to the
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map and provides comprehensive information
about present location, heading and trip.
The gyro is a non-magnetic turn-rate sensor that
provides directional information during brief losses
of GPS signal (as would happen when passing through
a tunnel) and maintains the correct heading information
at the bottom of the LCD of the NAV ONE 3000.
This NAV ONE is not for hiking, marine navigation
or other non-vehicular applications. Other fine Cobra
products are available for those uses. Please visit
our website www.cobra.com to see our complete
product line.
 NOTE
NAV ONE 3000 makes the entire map with street
level details and database available. NAV ONE 2000
includes one available region with street level detail
and database as well as Route USA, a nationwide
major road network. Additional regions can be
purchased as accessories. (See the separate NAV
ONE 2000 Regional Maps booklet.) In addition to
the detailed regional map(s), Route USA provides
information on those roads needed to navigate
among the 500 most populous cities in the
United States.
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Page 1
. . . . . . . . . .  Part I — Introduction
Our thanks to you. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1
About GPS navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1
About the Cobra NAV ONE system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1
Controls and indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A2
System logic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A2
Features to make travel easier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
FCC compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Included in this package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Part II — Getting Started Do not skip this information
How to use this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
System overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
System functions and their icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Start-up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Setting operating preferences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Text and list entries (list and spell modes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Part III — Operating the System
Destination selection and programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Address/intersection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Previous destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Point of interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Address book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Trip planner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Route selection limits (select route criteria) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Route calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
P a rt I — Introduction
Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Useful tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Map as reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Navigation using map screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Navigation using planned route screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Navigation using guide screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Trip data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Off route events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Trail mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Part IV — Helpful Information
Appendices
A – Function button icons and option choices . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
B – Point of interest categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
C – GPS system characteristics and operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
D – NAV ONE system specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Maintenance and service
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Product service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Customer assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Non-English manuals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Trademark acknowledgement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
User license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Accessories and order form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
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Features to make travel easier, FCC compliance and Important safety information
Features to . . . . . . . 
make travel easier
Select destinations in
any convenient way:

Address
 Intersection
 Point of interest
 Previous destination
 Address book location
 Trip planner
Trip data provides details:


Built-in gyro
Allows the NAV ONE 3000 to maintain heading
information during losses of GPS signal.
On-screen and voice directions
For turn-by-turn navigation from origin to destination.
Cobra NAV ONE exclusive iA.S.A.P.
GPS receiver technology gives the quickest acquisition
time of any portable GPS receiver for rapid position
updates as well as the strongest GPS signal in urban,
canyon and dense foliage terrains.
Self-contained with built-in map. No need to juggle
memory cards or constantly download computer data.
The NAV ONE 3000 includes all available details of the
contiguous 48 United States, Hawaii and major metropolitan
areas in Canada for navigation throughout the area.
The NAV ONE 2000 includes Route USA, a nationwide
major road network, and details of one region free with
purchase. Additional regions are available as accessories.
Two odometers
Current speed
 Maximum speed
 Moving average speed
 Average speed
 Drive time
 Stopped time
 Total trip time
Large points-of-interest database
 ETA — Estimated time to arrival
Allows destination selection without specific addresses.
 Compass heading
 Clock
FCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
compliance
Portable system
Can be moved from vehicle to vehicle or used
to program trip plans at home or office using a
120V optional Cobra indoor adapter.
Large, backlit color LCD
With day, night and auto modes for easy viewing.
Connector for optional external antenna
Allows use in heavily shielded vehicles and those
with metallic coated or integrally heated windshields.
Infrared port
For cordless address data transfer to the
NAV ONE 3000 from compatible PDA's.
Simple, intuitive controls
For quick and easy operation.
USB 2.0 port
To allow software and map updates via PC downloads.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class B digital devices FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE.
These limits are designed to provide more reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation
and are more stringent than “outdoor” requirements.
Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference
and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Important . . . . . . . . .  Before installing and using the Cobra NAV ONE system, please read these general precautions
safety
and warnings. Also read all of Part II — Getting Started in this manual to learn the basics of
information
installing and operating the system. It is strongly recommended to read this entire manual
to be familiar with the system’s features, and know how to operate it.
Warning symbols . . . . . . 
and statements
Please pay special attention to
the WARNING symbols and
statements in this manual.
WARNING
Statements identify
conditions that could
result in personal
injury or loss of life.
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WARNINGS

DO NOT think this NAV ONE is a substitute for personal judgment. The route suggestions should never supersede
any local traffic regulation or personal judgment and/or knowledge of safe driving practices. Before making any
maneuvers suggested by the NAV ONE system (for example, a U-turn or a left turn), verify that the maneuver
can be legally and safely completed. Do not follow route suggestions if they suggest an unsafe or illegal maneuver,
would place the vehicle in an unsafe situation or would route the vehicle into an area that could be unsafe.

DO NOT program this NAV ONE while driving. Only a passenger should operate controls or program the unit while
the vehicle is in motion. The driver should not program the system unless the vehicle is parked in a safe location.

ONLY glance at the screen when necessary and safe to do so. Listen to the computer voice guidance. If prolonged
viewing is necessary, pull off the road to a safe location.

DO NOT use this NAV ONE system to locate emergency services (such as police, fire stations, hospitals and
clinics). The database may not include all emergency service providers. Use best judgment and ask for directions
in these situations.

DO NOT position the unit in a location that obstructs the driver’s view of the road, instruments or controls to operate
the vehicle.

DO NOT drive the vehicle unless the unit is securely attached to the windshield with the supplied bracket and
suction cup or is fastened by other reliable means to keep it from becoming a projectile hazard inside the vehicle
in the event of a violent maneuver or collision.

DO NOT mount the unit over airbag panels or within airbag expansion spaces. The force of an expanding airbag
can thrust objects in its path toward the driver or passengers with injurious result.

DO position the unit so the screen can be viewed with just a quick glance.

DO set the volume at a level that will allow the hearing of outside traffic and emergency services.
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Important safety information and Included in this package
Caution symbols . . . . . . 
and statements
Please pay special attention to
the CAUTION symbols and
statements in this manual.
CAUTION
Statements identify
conditions that could
cause damage to the
system or other
equipment.
CAUTIONS

The user is responsible for operating this product wisely. This NAV ONE system is intended for use only as a navigational
aid and should not be relied upon to the exclusion of other information. Be aware of conditions around the vehicle
and compare them to the information provided by the NAV ONE system.

The Global Positioning System is provided and operated by the U.S. government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy
and maintenance. The system is subject to changes, which could affect the accuracy and performance of this NAV ONE system.

This NAV ONE is not waterproof. Do not allow liquids to splash on it nor expose it to rain during operation or
transfer from vehicle to vehicle.

Do not disassemble or modify the unit as this may lead to damage. If a problem occurs, stop using the system immediately and
contact a Cobra dealer. Changes or modifications to the unit may void its compliance with FCC rules and make it illegal to use.

The NAV ONE system’s map database provides information on suggested routes without regard to factors that may affect
the user’s driving experience or the time required to arrive at the desired destination. For example, the system does not
reflect road detours, closures or construction, some road characteristics (e.g., road surface, slope or grade, weight or
height restrictions, etc.), temporary traffic congestion, weather conditions and similar factors. Use personal judgment or
the NAV ONE system’s detour mode to develop an alternate route if necessary.

The gyro in the SKY NAV 3000 will operate properly only if the unit is in a vertical position. This means that the unit
should not be tilted front-to-back or side-to-side. With the unit in the vertical position, it can be rotated in the horizontal
plane to any convenient viewing angle.

Do not remove the unit from the windshield or quick release bracket while the unit is turned on. The NAV ONE
contains a hard drive, which spins at high speed while the unit is turned on. Handling the unit while the drive
is spinning could damage it. When the unit is off, the hard drive is parked in a more secure condition.

Dismount the unit when parked. This will not only minimize the chance of theft but will also reduce the
unit’s exposure to heat and strong sunlight which can shorten the life of the internal components.

Do read the Important safety information section under Part I and all of the sections under Part II —
Getting Started of this manual before using this NAV ONE system.
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Included in . . . . . . . .  All of the following items should be in the package with the NAV ONE system.
this package
 IN THIS MANUAL
The unit shown is
not necessarily the
one purchased. Images
shown in this manual
are for illustration
purposes only.
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NAV ONE system unit
Mounting bracket with quick
release and suction cup
12 volt fused power cord
NAV ONE 2000
Regional Maps booklet
(only included with the
NAV ONE 2000 model)
Quick reference card
This operating instructions
manual for Mobile Navigation
Systems
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How to use this manual and System overview
How to use. . . . . . . .  The NAV ONE system is designed to be intuitive in its operation. Therefore, much of the
this manual
information in this manual can be read on an “as needed” basis — to learn how to perform
This manual contains
a new function, to check on details of a function or to refresh one’s knowledge of a function.
four principal parts with
information about the
NAV ONE:

The introduction

Getting started
Including system overview,
installation, options and
how-to information.

Operating the system
Including destination
selection and programming,
route guidance, off route
events and trail mode
sections.

Helpful information
Including appendices,
maintenance and service,
user license and warranty,
index, accessories and
order form.
However, it is important to read the Important safety information and all of Part II — Getting
Started before first using the system. Without that information, the user may be placed
in a dangerous situation or may damage the unit before having any practical use from it.
Naturally, reading this manual from cover to cover will enable the user to learn as much as
possible about this NAV ONE system.
Introduction
This material introduces the NAV ONE system as well
as its controls, features and safety information. Cobra
believes the entire introduction will be of interest and
helpful. But, it is essential to read the Important safety
information section to provide for personal safety and
to prevent damage to the unit through unfamiliarity
with its operation.
Getting Started
This entire part also contains essential information.
These sections provide instructions on unit installation,
start-up and setting preferences. By setting preferences,
the user can customize some of the ways information
is presented.
Two sections are especially important — the System functions
and their icons section as well as the Text and list entries section.
They describe actions the user will need to know how to perform
whenever operating the system. All of the system operation
sections presuppose knowledge of these actions and this
information is not repeated in those sections.
Operating the System
System operation represents the bulk of this manual.
All of the operating processes are outlined in the following
System overview section. They are all described in Part III —
Operating the System.
Helpful Information
Supplemental information about the NAV ONE, its system,
navigation, maintenance, troubleshooting, product service,
warranty and available accessories follows the functional
parts of this manual.
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System overview. .  Read this section in connection with the System logic section on page A2.
Select destination, . . . . .  Each trip begins with a destination in mind and the NAV ONE system provides a variety of ways to choose
route selection
the next destination. Users can specify:
limits and

 Any of up to 100 locations that can be saved in the address
calculation
A specific street address or an intersection of two streets
by spelling out the information or choosing from lists.
book. These locations can be entered directly or, on the NAV
ONE 3000, by beaming to the infrared port from a PDA.
 A point of interest, such as a park, restaurant or shopping
 Multiple destinations in sequence that are saved as a named trip.
mall, from extensive lists built into the system.
Users can save up to five trips with up to ten destinations per trip.
 Any of the last nine destinations entered in the system.
After selecting a destination, the NAV ONE system lets the user set parameters as to how it is to develop the route between
the current location and the desired destination. Users can choose the shortest distance or the shortest time and can specify
whether or not to avoid freeways and toll roads. After the route parameters are set, the NAV ONE system will calculate a route.
These choices and processes are described further in the Destination selection and programming sections.
Navigate to . . . . . . . . . . .  Once the route calculation is complete, the NAV ONE system is ready to provide guidance to the destination.
destination
This can be wholly visual on the LCD or visual and voice with the voice providing specific instructions all
along the route. The guidance routines include:
 Map screen with
the route highlighted
in light green on
the LCD.
 Planned Route with
a step-by-step list of
each maneuver.
 Guide screen that
provides a view of
each maneuver.
 Trip Data that includes
mileage, speed, time,
estimated time to arrival, Arrival
location and heading.
announcement
These are described in the Route guidance sections.
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System overview and System functions and their icons
Off route events . . . . . . .  If the driver misses a turn or otherwise deviates from the route developed by the NAV ONE
system, the system will prompt the driver to return to the route or will recalculate the route
from the current location. Similarly, if the driver encounters a road closure, traffic jam or
other obstacle along the calculated route, the NAV ONE system can be used to detour around
it. The vehicle can even be stopped along the way and the NAV ONE turned off. When it is
turned back on, the system will calculate a route to the original destination from that point.
These are described in the Off route events section.
Trip data . . . . . . . . . . . . .  At any time during navigation, the user can observe a screen showing data for the trip,
such as elapsed time and distance.
The Trip data section provides full details.
Trail mode . . . . . . . . . . . .  Trail mode acts like dropping bread crumbs. It allows the user to find the way back from a
destination or to repeat an off road trip. In this mode, the NAV ONE system tracks the vehicle’s
actual movement from the starting point. Along the way, users can enter and name waypoints or
landmarks, then name and save the trail with all its data. The system can store up to 30 trails
with up to 50 user-named waypoints per trail.
This is described in the Trail mode section.
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System . . . . . . . . . . . .  The NAV ONE system software automatically determines
functions
which functions will be needed during each process and
and their icons
shows appropriate icons for those functions on the right
of the LCD — just to the left of the function buttons.
 NOTE
Pressing the icon on the LCD will not
invoke the function. Be sure to press
only the function button.
Icon
Function
Button
A listing of all functions available on the system along with
their icons and definitions is included in Appendix A.
Pressing the function button next to an active icon will activate that function and
the system will proceed to the menu or screen associated with that function.
For example, the  Main
menu has icons for the
functions: map, trail,
here and options.
To move from the  Main
menu to the  Map screen,
press the MAP function
button as shown at right.
Main Menu
Some function choices
that are displayed together
must be either/or, such as
spell and list. In those cases,
the unavailable function
icon will be gray rather
than at full contrast
as shown at right.
Unavailable Function Icon
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Map Screen
Press and release
the MAP function
button to view the
Map screen.
When in list
mode, the LIST
function is not
available. The
SPELL function
is available to
toggle from list
to spell mode.
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Installation
Installation . . . . . . . .  The NAV ONE requires very little installation beyond the
need to put it at a convenient location and to secure it in
place. The only connection required is between the unit’s
CAUTION
power socket and the vehicle’s 12 volt power socket.
Some vehicles have windshields with metallic coatings
or integral heating systems
that will block the satellite
signals even though the unit
“sees” the sky through the
glass. In those vehicles, it
will be necessary to mount
the accessory external
antenna outside the vehicle
and connect it to the unit.
See the Accessories and
order form section on page
102 for ordering information.
When locating and securing the NAV ONE in the vehicle, keep in mind the
warnings and cautions on pages 2 – 3 to allow using the NAV ONE safely
while driving the vehicle:

Put the unit where it is visible at a glance
and the voice instructions can be heard.

Do not put the unit where it will obstruct the
driver’s view of the road or interfere with use
of vehicle instruments and controls.

Do not put the unit over airbag panels
or within airbag expansion spaces.

Attach the unit to the vehicle so that it does
not become a projectile hazard in a collision.

Position the unit vertically to allow the gyro in
the NAV ONE 3000 to operate properly.
Do not let
the mount
block the
view of
the sky.
Two important considerations
Alternative mounting
in positioning the unit are:
recommended for highA. Its ability to “see” the sky. Signals from the GPS
pitched windshields.
constellation of satellites are weak and cannot
penetrate the solid portions of the vehicle’s structure. The top of the
unit contains the GPS antenna and needs maximum exposure to the
sky through the windshield. This will allow the unit to receive signals
from as many satellites as possible in various vehicle headings.
Put the unit where it is visible at a glance.
Let the NAV ONE “see” the sky.
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WARNING
If the unit is not securely
attached to the vehicle, it
can become a projectile
hazard to the vehicle’s
occupants during a violent
maneuver or a collision.
The unit can cause serious
i n j u ry under the influence
of forces resulting from such
accelerations or decelerations.
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B. The gyro in the NAV ONE 3000 will operate properly only if the unit is
in a near-vertical position. This means that the unit should not be tilted
front-to-back or side-to-side. With the unit in the vertical position,
it can be rotated in the horizontal plane to any convenient viewing angle.
WARNING
All air must
be removed.
The unit should be as close
to vertical as possible and
not tilted front-to-back or
side-to-side.
View From the Top
Attach the mounting bracket to the windshield.
Secure and . . . . . . . . . . .  To secure and connect the NAV ONE:
connect the
1. Select a suitable location where the unit can be mounted vertically
NAV ONE
and clean the mounting area.
2. Separate the suction cup and mounting bracket assembly from the unit.
3. FIRMLY press the suction cup against the windshield by applying pressure
to the central PRESS button. Be sure the button is pressed all the way in
to make sure ALL the air is out of the suction cup.
4. While maintaining FIRM pressure on the button, pull the lock lever up or
down over the button.






5. Test suction cup adhesion by pulling on the bracket. THE ASSEMBLY
SHOULD NOT WIGGLE. If it does, unlock the lever and repeat steps 3 and 4.
6. Attach the unit to the mounting bracket by means of the quick release feature.
7. Plug the power cord into the unit and the vehicle’s 12 volt power socket.
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Attach the unit to the mounting bracket.
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Installation
Alternative . . . . . . . . . . .  Alternative securement of the NAV ONE:
securement
If it is not practical to mount the unit to the windshield with the supplied suction cup
and bracket, the user can develop an alternative mounting using the 1⁄4 -20 threaded
socket — compatible with most camera mounting equipment — in the bottom of
the unit. The supplied bracket may be removed or left attached when an alternative
mounting arrangement is employed. Additional mounting bracket options, that may
be more suited to your vehicle, are available at www.cobra.com.
Check for . . . . . . . . . . . .  After installation is complete and the vehicle is in an open area, turn on the unit.
GPS signal
The GPS signal strength indicator at the lower left corner of the LCD should show
four green bars to confirm the antenna is “seeing” the sky properly. If the bars are
fewer than four and are either yellow or red, the unit may need to be repositioned.
See page 65 in the Route guidance section for more information on the GPS
signal strength indicator.
Start-up time . . . . . . . . .  When the GPS Navigation System is new (or has been idle for more than seven days
or has moved more than 500 miles while off), it can take up to five minutes for the
system to lock onto the GPS satellites. After such a start-up, the system should be
left turned on for at least 20 minutes to download GPS satellite data. Having updated
satellite data will allow much faster satellite acquisition and lock — typically less
than a minute — when the unit is turned on again.
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Removing the . . . . . . . . .  The NAV ONE should temporarily be removed when parking the vehicle to
NAV ONE
prevent theft or heat damage. It may also be removed to transfer the entire
unit to a different vehicle or to use it at home or in the office to program a
trip plan using the optional Cobra indoor adapter.
Temporary removal

To temporarily remove the NAV ONE from a vehicle:
1. Unplug the power cord from the vehicle’s 12 volt power socket.
2. Pull the QUICK RELEASE lever on the back of the unit and remove the
unit to store it in a protected location or to use indoors. The suction cup
portion of the bracket can be left attached to the windshield for quick
reinstallation of the unit.
Transferring the
NAV ONE

To transfer the NAV ONE to a different vehicle:
1. Unplug the power cord from the vehicle’s 12 volt power socket.
2. Rotate the lock lever off the PRESS button, then pull the tab
to release the suction cup.
The suction cup portion of the bracket can
be left attached to the windshield for quick
reinstallation.
3. Move the unit to the other vehicle and install it as described on page 10.
Using the GPS
unit at home or
in the office

To use the NAV ONE at home or in the office to program a trip plan:
1. Connect the unit to an electrical outlet using an optional Cobra indoor
adapter developed especially for use with the NAV ONE. See the
Accessories and order form section on page 102 for information
on ordering a Cobra adapter.
2. Turn the unit on and program the desired trip as described in
the Trip planner section.
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Start-up
A
B
C
D
S t a rting the unit
Once the NAV ONE is installed, learning how to use the system can begin.
While working through the routines in this manual and trying them out on
the NAV ONE, keep in mind that a wrong button press will not break anything.
The user can always press the BACK function to return to a prior step or can
escape to the  Main menu E by pressing MENU — regardless of where
the user is in the system software.
NAV ONE 3000 . . . 
The NAV ONE 3000 model includes details of the entire area — no regional unlocking is required.
NAV ONE 2000 . . . 
The NAV ONE 2000 model includes Route USA, which provides map information needed for intercity navigation
among the 500 most populous cities in the total coverage area. This model also includes details of one region free
with the purchase of the unit. If access to more than one region is desired, see the Accessories and order form
section near the back cover of that booklet for ordering information. Before the NAV ONE 2000 can be used as
described in the following portions of this manual, the included free region must be selected and unlocked.
See the separate NAV ONE 2000 Regional Maps booklet for instructions on choosing and unlocking a region.
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Turning . . . . . . . . . . . 
the system
on and off
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When connected to a power source, the system needs to be turned on to operate and can remain
on for as long as it is in use. After a period of inactivity, the system will either enter sleep mode
(see below) or turn itself off using SmartPower (see page 21) to avoid draining the vehicle battery.
Turn the system on . . . .  When the system is off:
1. Press and hold the POWER button on the left side of the unit until the function buttons
are illuminated.
The system will turn on and the  Cobra screen A will appear on the LCD. The  Cobra screen
will be visible briefly, then change to the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B. This safety
reminder appears following each start-up and must be acknowledged before proceeding.
Turn the system off . . . .  When the system is on:
1. Press the POWER button on the left side of the unit.
The system will retain information to be recalled when it is turned on again.
Display saver . . . . . 
and sleep mode
 NOTE
If the unit is plugged
into a socket controlled
by the ignition switch,
turning off the ignition
will also turn off the
system. When restarting,
the POWER button needs
to be pressed to turn
the system on again.
 NOTE
Sleep mode functions
when SmartPower is
turned on or off.
The  Display Saver screen C conserves power and the life of the LCD whenever the system is in sleep
mode. Sleep mode is activated automatically if the user takes no action at the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY
screen B for ten seconds after it appears. This occurs only at the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B
and is different from a SmartPower shutdown. (See page 21 for information on SmartPower.)
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Exit sleep mode . . . . . . .  While the  Display Saver screen C is shown:
1. Press any button to return to the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B.
Adjust display . . . . . 
visibility
If the LCD is hard to read, its brightness and contrast can be adjusted
to suit ambient conditions.
1. Press the LCD Brightness Control and LCD Contrast Control + and – buttons
on the right side of the unit until the best viewing condition is achieved.
PLEASE DRIVE . . . 
SAFELY screen
choices
At the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B, the user will have two choices:
Select a language for the system to use.


Acknowledge the safety reminder, then start or resume a navigation process.
Select a language . . . . .  At the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B:
1. Press the LANGUAGE function button to proceed to the  Languages menu D.
English, French and
Spanish are available.
2. Scroll
or
to the desired language and press ENTER.
The language will be selected and the system will return to the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B.

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Acknowledge the . . . . . .  Acknowledging the safety reminder enables the system to proceed to the navigation functions
safety reminder
for which it was purchased. The menu that will appear after this screen depends upon what
was in progress when the system was last turned off — whether:
The gateway to navigation.


The most recent trip was completed — no navigation was in progress.
A trip was interrupted before reaching the destination — navigation was in progress.
No navigation . . . . . 
was in progress
At the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B:
1. Press ENTER to proceed to the  Main menu E.
Starts a new process.
This menu is the starting point, the entry to all of the capabilities, features and functions
of the NAV ONE system. Users can start a new navigation process by choosing one of the
five listed options for selecting a destination or can use the four functions represented
by the icons at the right of the LCD.
 NOTE
This  Main menu E
will also be displayed when
MENU is pressed at any
time that no navigation
is in progress.
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Destination . . . . . . . . . . .  The following sections of the manual describe how to use each of the five destination
selection options
selection options on the  Main menu E:

Address/intersection — see page 32.

Address book — see page 46.
Point of interest — see page 38.
 Previous destination — see page 36.

Trip planner — see page 52.

Available functions . . . .  The following functions are immediately available from the  Main menu E:
 Map function:
Displays the current location on a map — see Map screen as reference resource on page 70.
 Trail function:
Records a trail traveled on or off the road — see Trail mode section which starts at page 82.
 Here function:
Displays the current location in words and figures — see Here function on page 68.
 Option function:
Lets the user set operating preferences — see Setting operating preferences section
which starts at page 20.
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At the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen B:
1. Press ENTER to proceed to the  Continue route
guidance menu G.
This menu provides the option to either:


Continue navigating the suspended route.
Discontinue navigating the suspended route.
Continue on the . . . . . . .  At the  Continue route guidance menu G:
suspended route
1. Scroll
or
to [Continue] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select Route Criteria I menu, either accept the previous settings
or change them to suit and press ENTER or the GO function button.
3. At the  Map screen H, continue the prior navigation
from the point of interruption.
D i s c o n t i nue on the . . . . 
suspended route
At the  Continue route guidance menu G:
1. Scroll
or
to [Discontinue] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Main menu E, start a new process of destination selection or
function use as described at No navigation was in progress on page 19.


E Main menu
F See note on this page
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H
 NOTE
Pressing MENU at any time that navigation is
in progress brings up the  Main menu F.
This is the same as the  Main menu E
except that the trail function is replaced
by the voice function. At this  Main
menu F, users can:
 Force a voice prompt using the VOICE
function button — see Navigation voice
prompt on page 69.

Return to navigating the current route
using the MAP function button — see
Navigation at map screen on page 71.
 Discontinue the current navigation and
start a new one by choosing one of the
five select destination methods — see
Destination selection options on page 18.
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Setting operating preferences
A Main menu
B See note A
 NOTE A
The [Map Regions] line
will only appear on the
NAV ONE 2000.
Setting operating preferences
The NAV ONE system allows users to choose from several settings in the
software that control how the LCD appears and how information is presented.
Enter the . . . . . . . . . . 
options menu
At the  Main menu A:
 NOTE
Cobra recommends that the
1. Press the OPTION function button to proceed to the  Option Menu B where there are five choices:
system be used for a while
 Preferences
 Languages
 Vehicle Position
with the default settings;
 System Information
 Map Regions — applies to NAV ONE 2000 only
then users may return to this
section to make changes.
The preferences that the user can change are:
(See Appendix A for the
complete list of defaults
 Volume — sets the volume level from softest at 1 to loudest at 8 (0 is off – no sound).
and choices.)
 Zoom level — limits the map to the immediate vicinity at 1 and shows the widest area at 5.
Preference
choices
.......

C
D
Map view — allows either current heading or north to be always at the top of the map.
Auto reroute — when on, causes the system to automatically recalculate the route to the
desired destination if the driver strays from the route originally developed.
 Color scheme — allows the user to default the system to either day or night mode or to allow
the system to automatically switch between day or night mode in response to the light sensor.

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 NOTE
SmartPower — when SmartPower is off, the system operates until it is turned off with the POWER button. With SmartPower off and
the unit plugged into a power
When SmartPower is on, it shuts down the system in response to a combination of all three conditions:
socket that does not turn
 No vehicle motion or satellite lock for 10 minutes
 No button presses for 10 minutes
off with the ignition, NAV ONE
 Engine not running as indicated by supply voltage.
system operation at full power
can drain the vehicle’s battery
 Key click — provides a choice of beep to confirm button press or silent operation.
if parked for a long time,
Set clock is a function. It is available only at the the  Preferences menu C (see clock icon).
such as at an airport lot.

Units — provides a choice of English or metric values.

Set preferences . . . . . . .  At the  Option menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to [Preferences] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Preferences menu C, scroll
or
to the option to be changed.


3. Press theorbutton to change the option to the desired value.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for as many options as are to be changed, then press
ENTER or the SET function button.
The changes will be accepted and the system will return to the  Main menu A.
Cobra recommends this
feature be left at the
factory setting of on.
 NOTE
If the desired option
cannot be seen:

1. Scroll
or
until it
comes on the screen.
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. . . . . . . . .  If the system language was not changed to the user’s preference during the start up
sequence, it can be changed at the  Languages menu E at any time.
Select language . . . . . . .  At the  Option menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to [Languages] and press ENTER.
English, French and
Spanish are available.
2. At the  Languages menu E, scroll
or
to the desired language and press ENTER.
The language will be selected and the system will return to the  Main menu A.

Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . 
position

This option allows the user to set current location when using trip planner. A point other than
the present location can be designated as the origin for the system to use in route development.
For instance, if the user is at home and wants to develop a route from the user’s office to a
customer’s location, the user can select this option to tell the system to start from the user’s
office rather than from home, where the user is at the time. After selecting a new current
location, all route instructions will be calculated from it until the user either selects another
current location or drives a vehicle with the system turned on and receiving GPS signals.
After moving a short distance, the system will override the current location the user set
and revert to the location determined by the GPS data.
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Set current . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Option menu B:
location
1. Scroll
or
to [Vehicle Position] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Set Vehicle Position menu F, press ENTER.
3. At the  Select Origin menu G, scroll
or
to one of the four methods of selecting the current
location and press ENTER.
4. At the menu corresponding to the method chosen, proceed with the programming sequence for that choice
as described in each of the corresponding route selection sections:
 Address/intersection — see page 32.
 Previous destination — see page 36.



Point of interest — see page 38.

Address book — see page 46.
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The  System Information screen H allows a check of software and database versions
that are installed on the system. Users cannot change this screen.
V i ew system . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Option menu B:
i n fo r m a t i o n
1. Scroll
or
to [System Information] and press ENTER.
2. At the  System Information screen H, press ENTER after viewing the screen.
The system will return to the  Main menu A.

Map regions . . . . . . 
NAV ONE 2000 only.
 NOTE
At the  Map screen,
the zoom function can
change the map scale
as a help to position the
vehicle icon. (For more
information, see Zoom
function on page 67.)
The NAV ONE 2000 requires each map region to be unlocked before the detail is available to be used for
navigation. If additional regions (beyond the first region included when the system is purchased) are
purchased as accessories, they can be unlocked from the  Option menu B. Further information is
available on page A1 and page 14 of the Start-up section.
Unlock additional . . . . . .  At the  Option menu B:
region(s)
1. Scroll
or
[Map Regions] and press ENTER.
NAV ONE 2000 only.
2. At the  Map Regions menu I, see the NAV ONE 2000 Regional Maps booklet
for detailed instructions on further steps needed to unlock the region(s).

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The NAV ONE receives highly accurate time information from the GPS satellites. However, the
satellites operate exclusively on Universal Coordinated Time (also known as Greenwich mean
time or Zulu time). Therefore, the minutes will be accurate, but the hour may not match the
local time zone. It also will not automatically change between standard and daylight saving
times. This can be adjusted using the clock function. The local time can only be adjusted in
whole hours. In those few areas where local time differs from Universal Coordinated Time
by a fraction of an hour, an exact local time cannot be entered.
Set cl o ck time . . . . . . . .  At the  Preferences menu C:
1. Press the CLOCK function button to proceed to the  Set Clock menu D.
2. Change to the correct hour for the current local time using the
or
buttons and press ENTER or the SET function button.
The hour will be accepted and the system will return to the  Preferences menu C.

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 NOTE
This  Map Regions I
menu will only appear
on the NAV ONE 2000.
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Text and list entries (list and spell modes)
A
B
C Scroll feature in spell mode

Scroll
or
to move through
the endless loop of characters
in both directions.
See the chart below for list order
and characters available.
If the entry is entirely numeric,
such as a zip code, the shorter
numeric list will be presented.
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
A
B
C
 NOTE
Non-English
characters,
such as ñ
and ç, will
be available
as needed.
1 List order and characters available
Alphanumeric
0 1
A
J K
T U
, -
2
B
L
V
.
3
C
M
W
/
4
D
N
X
[
5
E
O
Y
]
6
F
P
Z
:
7
G
Q
$
8
H
R
&
9
I
S
‘
Text and list entries (list and spell modes)
When using the NAV ONE system, it is often necessary to
enter information or select it from lists in the NAV ONE database.
Because these methods are so widely invoked, it is important
to become familiar with using the list and spell modes early on.
Data selection and entry is accomplished by using either:

Numeric
0 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9
The “blank” character shown in these diagrams
is the space character. When scrolling
or
the characters will move in an endless loop.

List mode — enables the user to select entries from data lists in the system database.
The system always defaults to list mode and provides the appropriate data list in context
of the operation in progress.
 Spell mode — enables the user to spell out information using characters built into the
system. These character lists are shown in illustration 1.
Both methods are usually available and the preferred one can be chosen by use of the
LIST and SPELL function buttons. The benefits of the two modes can be combined by
toggling (switching) between them.
The four cursor keys are the means of maneuver through lists and the spelling process.
A practical example of using the list, spell and combined modes begins on page 30.
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 NOTE
orbuttons scroll through list items one-by-one.
When in either list or spell
Inactive
For example, at the  Select Street Name menu 2, pressfour times to move
mode (list mode is illustrated
from “Applegate Ave” to “Byron St.” Pressingwould move to streets with
here), the function icon for the
Active
numbered names, such as 5th Avenue, then to those at the end of the alphabet.
alternate mode will be active
The
andbuttons jump the list to the next alphabetic group.
(dark) and the function icon
Inactive
for the current mode will
For example, at the  Select Street Name menu 2, pressto jump
be inactive (gray).
to “Blackstone Blvd.” Anotherpress jumps to “Cornell Ave” and so on.
Active
The
button will jump backward in the alphabet. The five most recent
selections grouped at the beginning of the list acts as a single alphabetic
group in response to theandbuttons.
2
. . . . . . . . .  The


Quick recall of . . . . . . . .  The first time a list is invoked, it will appear on the screen in alphabetic order,
recent list entries
as at the  Select Street Name menu 2. As entries are selected from lists,
the system will recall the five most recent entries selected from each list and
automatically put them at the top of those lists. The rest of each list will follow
the most recent five in alphabetic order, as at  Select Street Name menu B.
This makes recent choices handy to reuse.
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


The
or
buttons scroll through the alphanumeric and numeric loops.
The
button scrolls toward the end of the alphabet — from A to B to C.
The
button scrolls toward the beginning of the alphabet — from C to B to A.
In either case, scrolling will “wrap” around the loop, such as from 8 to 9 to 0
to (space) to 1 to 2 when scrolling
the numeric loop.
The and buttons move across the menu line where information
is being spelled. After a character is selected in the first position,
the button accepts the selection and moves the cursor to the
next position to the right where the next character can be selected
by scrolling
or
as shown in the progression of  Select
Street Name menus D, E, F and G.





Editing entries . . . . . . . .  Each press of the button clears one character and moves one space
to the left, such as to the  Select Street Name menu E from  Select
Street Name menu F or G. The CLEAR function button clears the entire
entry back to the starting point, such as to the  Select Street Name
menu D from the  Select Street Name menu G.
 NOTE
The first character defaults to the first
available character (usually A) as
shown in the  Select Street Name
menu D. When a different letter is
chosen, as in the  Select Street
Name menu E, the list (although
inactive in spell mode) shifts to the
corresponding alphabetic section.
In the second and subsequent character
positions, the cursor box defaults to the
first available character using smart
spelling (see page 29). If that is the
space character, to separate words
for instance, press the button to
accept the space and move another
position to the right. Otherwise, scroll
or
to the character desired
at that position.


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Smart spelling . . . . . . . .  As spelling progresses, the system uses Smart Spelling to
show only letters for which a corresponding name exists in
the database. For example, pressing at the  Select Street
Name menu F, would show [MAB], skipping the characters
preceding B because [Mable] is the first street in the database
for Lincolnshire that starts with MA in the first two character
positions. Pressing
from there would show [MAI], since
there are no streets in Lincolnshire that have any of the letters
between B and I in the third character position following MA.
This makes it easier and faster to use spell mode as the system
progresses through an entry. In most cases, it will not be
necessary to spell the entire name; only enough letters
need be entered to identify a unique entry.


Long text entries . . . . . .  When text entries are longer than the space available in
the highlighted bar, they can be viewed by scrolling or .
The initial view will show the beginning of the entry with an
arrowhead indicator as in  Address menu 2. Scrolling
will move to the end of the entry as in  Address menu 3.
Scrolling will return to the beginning of the entry.
 NOTE
Whether by selection from a list or by spelling, the only
destination choices that can be made are those that exist
in the NAV ONE system database. The Smart Spelling feature
skips all nonexistent entries in addition to increasing the ease
and speed of using spell mode.
2
3



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This example uses [Main St] as the desired entry and [Lincolnshire, Illinois] as
having already been chosen for the city and state — shown in the  Address
menu A. The same methods apply to any data entry field.
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Entry methods . . . . . . . .  At the  Address menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to [Street] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select Street Name menu B, three options are available to choose “Main St”:

List entry


Spell entry


List and spell entry
Uses fewest keystrokes.


Use list mode exclusively either by scrolling
or
all the way to the entry;
or by pressing or often enough to reach the “M” portion of the list,
then scrolling
or
a few entries.


Use spell mode exclusively by pressing the SPELL function button to proceed to the
 Select Street Name menu D. Continue the spelling process in  Select Street Name
menus E to F until the whole entry is spelled out at  Select Street Name menu G.
 Use the faster combination of list and spell modes at the  Select Street Name menu B:
1. Press the SPELL function button to proceed to the  Select Street Name menu D.
orto [M] in the first character space, then press the LIST function button.
to [Main St].
2. Scroll
3. At the  Select Street Name menu 4, scroll
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At the completion of any of the three methods, press ENTER. The system will return
to the  Address menu 5, which now shows [Main St] below the highlighted number bar.
Very large cities . . 
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Some very large cities are subdivided or consist of multiple counties or boroughs. In those
cases, addresses can be accessed either using the city name or the subdivision name.
For example, a street in the borough of Queens, NY will be found under both that
listing and under New York, NY.
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Address/intersection and Previous destination
A Main menu
B
C
D
E
Destination
selection
Once a destination
is selected, the last
step of each process
proceeds to the 
Select Route Criteria
menu J. See that
section for further
information.
Address/intersection
The NAV ONE system allows selection of any street address or intersection
in its database as a destination.
When selecting an address or intersection, the best and quickest starting point
is the zip code for the desired destination. By entering the zip code as the first
element of the address, the NAV ONE system will zoom in and look at that
area only. It will always return an associated state and city. If two or more
cities share the same zip code, one of them will appear in the city bar.
If the zip code is not known, the state in which the destination is located must
be the first address element to be entered. This will similarly allow the system
to zoom in on a segment of its database for efficient processing of additional
address elements. In this section, as in all other destination selection methods,
the NAV ONE system will seek information only in the most recently selected state.
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 NOTE
3
Pressing ENTER instead
of the ADD function button
4. Scroll
or
to one of the five methods of selecting a
at the add destination screen
destination and press ENTER to proceed to the menu
( Mondays Trip D) will
corresponding to the method chosen.
save the trip name as an
5. Proceed with the programming sequence for that choice as
empty trip and return to
described in each of the corresponding destination selection
the  Trip Planner menu B.
sections or with the procedure below if Current Location is chosen.
3. At the  Mondays Trip screen D, press the ADD function
button to proceed to the  Add Destination to Trip menu E.


Address/intersection — see page 32.
Point of interest — see page 38.
 Previous destination — see page 36.
 Address book — see page 46.
  Current Location screen 3:
1. Press ENTER to confirm selection of the current location
as a destination and proceed to the  Enter Name of
Location menu 4.

2. Accept the default name shown or edit it to a preferable
one using spell mode.
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6. After selecting the destination, press ENTER to return to the
 Mondays Trip screen D.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 as often as necessary to add up to nine
more destinations to the trip, returning each time to the
 Mondays Trip screen D.
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8. After entering the last trip destination, press the SAVE
function button at the  Mondays Trip screen D.
The trip will be saved to memory and the system will return
to the  Trip Planner menu B.
Delete a trip . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip to be deleted
and press the EDIT function button.
2. At the  Mondays Trip menu F, scroll
or
to [Edit Name]
and press the DELETE function button.
3. At the  Confirm Deletion screen 5, press ENTER.
 
 
The deletion will be accepted and the system will return
to the  Trip Planner menu B.
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Modify a trip . . . . . . . . . .  A saved trip can be modified in four ways:
 Change the trip name.
 Change the name of a destination.
 Add a destination.
 Delete a destination.
Change a
trip name

At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip to be
modified and press the EDIT function button.
2. At the  Mondays Trip menu F, scroll
or
to [Edit Name] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Enter Name of Trip menu G,
edit the trip name using spell mode and
press ENTER or the SAVE function button.


 NOTE
If the trip’s destination
list is full, pressing ADD
will bring up  Trip
Planner screen 6 with
notice that it is full.
6
The name change will be saved and the system
will return to the  Mondays Trip menu F.
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At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip with the destination to be modified
and press the EDIT function button.
2. At the  Mondays Trip menu F, scroll
or
to [Edit Destination] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Mondays Trip menu H, scroll
or
to the desired destination,
then press the EDIT function button.
4. At the  Enter Name of Location menu 7, edit the destination name
using spell mode and press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The change will be saved and the system will return to the  Mondays Trip menu H.
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Add a
destination
to a trip

At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip to be modified and press the EDIT function button.
2. At  Mondays Trip menu F, scroll
or
to [Edit Destination] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Mondays Trip menu H, press the ADD function button to proceed to the
 Add Destination to Trip menu E.


4. Proceed with steps 4 through 8 of the Add a new trip to memory process on page 52.
The added destination(s) will be saved and the system will return to the  Mondays Trip menu H.
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destination
from a trip
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At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip to be modified and press the
EDIT function button.
2. At  Mondays Trip menu F, scroll
or
to [Edit Destination] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Mondays Trip menu H, scroll
or
to the destination to be deleted
and press the EDIT function button.
4. At the  Enter Name of Location menu 7, press the DELETE function
button to proceed to the  Confirm Deletion screen 8 and press ENTER.
The destination will be deleted and the system will return to the  Mondays Trip menu H.

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
Map view of trip . . . . . . .  In addition to seeing the list of destinations for a trip at the  Mondays Trip menu H,
the first destination can be seen graphically on the  Map screen 9.
View a trip
on the map

At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trip to be viewed and press the VIEW
function button to proceed to the  Map screen 9.
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At the  Trip Planner menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the trip to be navigated and press ENTER.
2. At the  Mondays Trip menu I, scroll
or
to the first destination desired on the trip
list and press ENTER or the GO function button. (This may be any destination on the list.)
3. At the  Select Route Criteria menu J, choose desired values for the criteria and
press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the route calculation process.


4. When route calculation is completed, navigate to the first destination using the
procedures described in the Route guidance section.
As each destination is reached, the system brings up the  Destination Reached
menu a0 where the user can either:

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Continue to another destination on the trip.
Discontinue the trip.
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Continue to . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Destination Reached menu a0:
another destination
1. Scroll
or
to [Continue to Next] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Mondays Trip menu I, scroll
or
to the next desired destination on the trip list
and press ENTER or the GO function button. (This may be any later destination on the list.)
3. At the  Select Route Criteria menu J, choose desired values for the criteria and press
ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the route calculation process.
4. When route calculation is completed, navigate to the next destination using the procedures
described in the Route guidance section.


Finish or . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Trip navigation is ended from the  Destination Reached menu a0:
discontinue trip
1. Scroll
or
to [Discontinue Trip] and press ENTER to terminate the
trip and return to the  Main menu A.
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Route selection limits and Route calculation
A
B
C
D
E
Before the system can provide guidance information to the selected
destination, it needs to know the user’s preferences and to calculate
the route to be navigated from the current location.
Route selection limits (select route criteria)
The final step in all of the preceding destination selection routines has been
to press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route
Criteria menu A. This menu sets limits on how the system will calculate
the route from the present location to the selected destination.
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3. At the menu corresponding to the method chosen, proceed with the programming sequence for that choice:
 Address/intersection —  Address menu G — see page 32.
Point of interest —  Select POI Search Method menu H — see page 38.
Previous destination —  Select Destination menu I — see page 36.
 Current location —  Current Location screen 1 — see page 23.
 Infrared —  Infrared Transfer screen 2 — see page 49.
4. At the  Save or Edit Name menu C, accept the default name shown or edit it to
a preferable one using spell mode and press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The address and name will be accepted and the system will return to the
 Address Book menu B.


Entry using . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Address menu G:
address/intersection
1. Enter the address or intersection using the programming sequence described in the
Address/intersection section, then press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The address or intersection will be accepted and the system will proceed to the  Save or
Edit Name menu C to complete step 4 above.
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Entry using . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Select POI Search Method menu H:
point of interest
1. Enter the point of interest using the programming sequence described in the
Point of interest section, then press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The point of interest will be accepted and the system will proceed to the  Save or Edit
Name menu C to complete step 4 on page 47.
Entry using . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Select Destination menu I:
previous destination
1. Scroll
or
to the desired destination and press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The destination will be accepted and the system will proceed to the  Save or Edit Name
menu C to complete step 4 on page 47.
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
Entry using . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Current Location screen 1:
current location
1. Press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The location will be accepted and the system will proceed to the  Save or Edit Name
menu C to complete step 4 on page 47.
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Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  The infrared port on the NAV ONE (NAV ONE 3000 only) can receive
data from PDA’s if they are equipped with a compatible port. To use
this feature, the data item(s) to be transferred to the NAV ONE system
must be selected and prepared for transmission according to the
operating instructions for the sending device.
Entry using infrared

Once the sending device is ready and its infrared port is aimed at the
infrared port on the GPS unit, at the Infrared Transfer screen 2:
PDA positioned for
infrared transfer
1. Activate the sending device.
The system will proceed to the  Infrared Transfer screen 3, then to one of two possible results: 4

Transfer
unsuccessful

3
Transfer unsuccessful

Transfer complete
If the data transfer is unsuccessful, a screen such as the  Address Book screen 4 will appear
with an error code explaining what went wrong with the transfer. (An address validation screen
may appear briefly before the error message.) Pressing ENTER at the  Address Book screen 4
will return the system to the  Infrared Transfer screen 2 where two actions are available:
 The transfer can be repeated after the error has been corrected.
 The BACK function button can be pressed to exit the infrared transfer mode and return to the
 Add to Address Book menu F.
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Transfer
complete

Edit function . . . . . . 
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If the data transfer is successful, the system will briefly display the address validation
screen ( Address Book screen 5), then return to the  Address Book menu B.
The edit function can be used to change the name of an entry or to delete an
entry entirely. To change the address information associated with a destination
name, it is necessary to delete the entry and re-enter the entire modified address.
C h a n ge an entry name . .  At the  Address Book menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the entry name that is to be edited and press the EDIT function button.
2. At the  Save or Edit Name menu C, edit the entry name using spell mode and press
ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The system will accept the change and return to the  Address Book menu B.
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Delete an entry . . . . . . . .  At the  Address Book menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the entry to be deleted and press the EDIT function button.
2. At the  Save or Edit Name menu C, press the DELETE function button.
3. At the  Confirm Deletion screen 6, press ENTER.
The system will accept the deletion and return to the  Address Book menu B.

Select a . . . . . . . . . . . 
destination and
navigate to it
At the  Address Book menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the entry to be selected and press ENTER
or the GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.
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Trip planner
A Main menu
B
C
D
Trip planner
In addition to individual destinations, the GPS Navigation System allows up to five trips to be stored 1
with up to ten destinations to be visited in sequence on each trip. Trips stored in system memory can
be repeatedly recalled and used; and trips can be added, named, edited and deleted.
Enter the . . . . . . . . . . 
trip planner
At the  Main menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to [Trip Planner]
and press ENTER.
The system will proceed to the  Trip
Planner menu B showing the list of trips
stored in system memory.

Add a new trip . . . . . . . .  At the  Trip Planner menu or screen B or 1:
to memory
1. Press the ADD function button to proceed to
the  Enter Name of Trip menu C.
2. Accept the default name shown or edit it to a
preferable one using spell mode and press
ENTER or the SAVE function button.
 IN THIS MANUAL
“Monday’s Trip” is used as an example and
shows as a title at the top of several menus
and screens. In actual use of the NAV ONE,
the menus and screens will be titled with
2
the user selected trip name.
 NOTE
If there are no trips stored in system memory,
the  Trip Planner screen 1 will appear
with notice that the list is empty. Or if the
trip planner is full,  Trip Planner screen
2 will appear with notice that it is full.
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Start destination . . 
selection by
point of interest
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 IN THIS MANUAL
At the  Main menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to [Point of Interest] and
press ENTER.

These select by
category procedures
use the airport category
as an example. The same
steps apply to any other
category in the database.
Select by category . . . .  At the  Select POI Search Method menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to [By Category] and press ENTER.
Selects one of the
categories from the
2. At the  Select POI Category menu C, scroll
or
to the category
NAV ONE database,
 NOTE
from which a point of interest is to be chosen and press ENTER.
then narrows the
The last five categories
The category will be selected and the system will proceed to the  Select Listing Preference menu D.
choice to one of
selected will be at the top
the points in
of the list, followed by the
 Select Listing Preference menu D provides three
The
that category.
rest in alphabetic order.
ways to sort the category list and select a final destination.



Sort by distance — see page 40.
Sort alphabetically — see page 41.

Within a city — see page 41.

 NOTE
The list is sorted by
distance from the
current location with
the closest point at
the top of the list.
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distance
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At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Sort by Distance] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Airport menu 1, scroll
or
to the desired
location and press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed
to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.

2
40
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3
4
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alphabetically

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At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Sort Alphabetically] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Airport menu 2 (an alphabetic list of locations in the state that are within
the category – see State selection on page 38), scroll
or
to the desired location
(see note on page 38) and press ENTER.
3. At the  POI Found screen 3, press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the
 Select Route Criteria menu J.


Within a city

At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Within a City] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select City menu 4 (an alphabetic list of cities in the state that
are within the category – see State selection on page 38), scroll
or
to the
desired city (see note on page 38) and press ENTER.
3. At the  Airport menu 5, scroll
or
to the specific location desired
within the city and press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the
 Select Route Criteria menu J.



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Select by name . . . . . . .  At the  Select POI Search Method menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to [By Name] and press ENTER.
Allows the name of the
destination to be entered,
2. At the  Enter First Few Letters menu 6, enter the first
then narrows the choice
few letters — up to four — of the name using spell mode
to one location if there are
as shown in the  Enter First Few Letters menu 7 to create
multiple locations with the
an abridged name list in system memory and press ENTER.
same name, such as a
The list will be accepted and the system will proceed to the
restaurant chain.
 Select Listing Preference menu D.

The  Select Listing Preference menu D provides three
ways to sort the list and select a final destination.

Sort by distance — see page 43.
 Sort alphabetically — see page 43.
 Within a city — see page 44.
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These select by name
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procedures use entries
starting with the letters
BU as examples. The
same steps apply to any
other letter combinations.
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by distance

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At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Sort by Distance] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Point of Interest menu 8 (showing the abridged list sorted by
distance from the current location with the closest point at the top of the list),
scroll
or
to the desired location and press ENTER or the GO function
button to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.

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
Sort alphabetically

At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Sort Alphabetically] and
press ENTER.
2. At the  Point of Interest menu 9 (an alphabetic list
of points in the state and on the abridged list — see
State selection on page 38), scroll
or
to the
desired point (see note on page 38) and press ENTER.
3. At the  POI Found screen a0, press ENTER or the
GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route
Criteria menu J.

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
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At the  Select Listing Preference menu D:
1. Scroll
or
to [Within a City] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select City menu aa (an alphabetic list of cities in the state having a location on
the abridged list — see State selection on page 38), scroll
or
to the desired city
(see note on page 38) and press ENTER.
3. At the  Point of Interest menu as, scroll
or
to the desired location and press
ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.
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Select by . . . . . . . . . . . . 
phone number
Allows the telephone number
of the destination to be entered,
then narrows the choice to one
location if there are multiple
locations with the same telephone
number, such as an 800 number
for a hotel chain.
At the  Select POI Search Method menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to [By Phone Number] and press ENTER.
2. At the  By Phone Number screen F, enter the telephone
number for the location to be found using spell mode and
press ENTER.

The telephone number will be accepted and the system will
proceed to one of the three possible screens or menus:

POI found

Multiple POIs found

POI not found
 IN THIS MANUAL
These select by phone
number procedures use
multiple categories as
examples. The same
steps apply to any other
category in the database.
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POI found

If there is only one match for the telephone number entered, the system will proceed to the
 POI Found screen G which shows the name of the location with the direction, distance,
address and telephone number at the top of the screen.
1. Press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.
Multiple POIs
found

If there are multiple points with the same telephone number, the system will proceed to
the  Multiple POIs Found menu H which shows an alphabetically sorted list of the points
sharing the telephone number entered. The direction, distance, address and telephone
number for the highlighted location are shown at the top of the screen.

1. Scroll
or
to the desired location and press ENTER or the GO function button
to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.
POI not
found

If the telephone number is not in the NAV ONE database, the system will proceed to the
 POIs Sorted by Distance screen I which shows a message to that effect.
1. Press ENTER or the BACK function button to return to the  Enter Phone Number
screen F to enter a different telephone number.
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Address book
A Main menu
B
C
D
E
Address book
This feature allows users to store up to 100 destinations of their choice for ready
reference and retrieval.
Address book destination entries can be added and named, edited and deleted with
the NAV ONE system resources. They can also be added from a PDA using the infrared
port, then edited and deleted with the NAV ONE resources.
Enter the
address book . . . . . 
Allows management of the
address book and selection
of entries for navigation.
Add a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
destination
At the  Main menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to [Address Book] and press ENTER.
The  Address Book menu B will show the top of the entry list.

 NOTE
If there are no entries, the  Address Book
screen D will appear with notice that it is
empty instead of menu B.
At the  Address Book menu or screen B or D:
 NOTE
1. Press the ADD function button to proceed to the  Add to Address Book menu F. If the address book is full, the  Address
Book screen E will appear with notice
2. Scroll
or
to one of the five methods of making an entry and press ENTER.
that it is full instead of menu F.
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6
 NOTE
Once a destination has
been selected, the last step
of each process proceeds to
the  Select Route Criteria
menu J. See that section
at page 60 for further
information.
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Point of interest
A Main menu
B
C
D
Point of interest (POI)
Selecting a destination by POI allows a public place to be found without
needing to know the address. The NAV ONE system database includes
thousands of points of interest in over 40 categories — see Appendix B.
The POI mode can also be used as a means of finding the address and
telephone number of any location in the database — the data is shown
in the final screen of each POI selection process.
State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
selection
E
 NOTE
If a desired list item is
far down in the alphabet,
spell mode can be used to
quickly move down the list:
1. Press the SPELL
function button to
toggle to spell mode.
At all applicable menus, the most recently selected state will appear in
the state icon. If a desired location is in a different state:
1. Press the STATE function button to proceed to the  Select State menu E.

2. Scroll
or
to the desired state and press ENTER.
3. The new state will be accepted and the system will return to the previous menu.
Select a . . . . . . . . . . . 
point of interest
Once the point of interest method is chosen, there are three ways to select a destination:
 By name — see page 42.
 By phone number — see page 44.
By category — see page 39.

2. Enter the first few
characters of the state,
city or location name
using spell mode.
3. Press the LIST function
button to toggle back
to list mode.
4. Scroll
or
to
the desired location.
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destination
selection
by address/
intersection
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At the  Main menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to [Address/Intersection] and press ENTER.

The address element entry process is the same for both methods until the last step
at which either the street number or the cross street is entered. After the state, city
and street have been entered, at the  Address menu B, the INTERSECTION
function button toggles the system to the  Intersection menu C.
Start address . . . . . . . . .  At the  Address menu B:
entry with zip code
1. Scroll
or
to [Zip] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select Zip menu D, enter the zip code using spell mode
and press ENTER.
The zip code will be accepted and the system will return to the  Address menu B
with the zip code, state and city filled in and the street bar highlighted. If two or
more cities share the same zip code, the first alphabetic option will show in the
[City] bar. If that is not the desired city:


1. Scroll
or
to [City] and press ENTER.
2. Scroll to the desired city on the short list and press ENTER to return
to the  Address menu B with the street bar highlighted.
 NOTE
When using the address/intersection method,
the clear function will clear the highlighted
entry as well as any sub-fields. For instance,
clearing the city field will also clear the street
and number fields.
 NOTE
Most steps in this process default to list mode
to choose a data item. If the desired item is
far down in the list, spell mode can be used
to quickly move down the list.
1. Press the SPELL function button to
toggle to spell mode.
2. Enter the first few characters of the state,
city or street name using spell mode.
3. Press the LIST function button to
toggle back to list mode.
4. Scroll
orto the desired item.
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Start address . . . . . . . . .  At the  Address menu B:
entry with state
1. Scroll
or
to [State] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select State menu E, scroll
or
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to the desired state name and press ENTER.
The state will be accepted and the system will return to the  Address menu B with the state filled in.
Finish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Address menu B, with the state name filled in:
address entry
1. Scroll
or
to [City] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select City menu F, scroll
or
to the desired city and press ENTER.
3. At the  Address menu B, scroll
or
to [Street] and press ENTER.



4. At the  Select Street Name menu G, scrollorto the desired street and press ENTER.
 NOTE
If zip code was used to start
the address entry and the city
bar is filled in, skip steps 1 to 2.
5. At the  Address menu B, press ENTER to proceed to the  Enter Address Number menu H or
press the INTERSECTION function button, then ENTER to proceed to the  Select Cross Street menu I.
6. At either the  Enter Address Number menu H or the  Select Cross Street menu I, enter the street number
using spell mode at the  Enter Address Number menu H or scroll
or
to the desired cross street at
the  Select Cross Street menu I and press ENTER.
The address will be accepted and the system will return to the  Address or  Intersection menu B or C.
The entire address or intersection will be filled in, ready to be used for navigation to that destination.
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the destination
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At the filled in  Address or  Intersection menu B or C:
1. Press the GO function button to accept the address or intersection and proceed
to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.
Some rural areas and small communities are not fully covered by the map and database
built into the NAV ONE system. When selecting a destination in one of those areas, users
may be informed that streets or street numbers are not available for that particular place
by the  No Street Available or  No Address Available screens 1 or 2.
In such cases, the system will offer the nearest available street or suggest using the
nearest available street or a cross street instead of the number.
1
2
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Previous destination
The NAV ONE system saves the most recent origin and the last nine destinations in memory for quick
retrieval. The recent origin is always first on the list and a new destination entry bumps the oldest, once
the list is full. A destination is saved when selected; it is not necessary to go there to add it to this list.
Select a . . . . . . . . . . . 
destination
from previous
destinations
At the  Main menu 3:
1. Scroll
or
to [Previous Destination] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select Destination menu 4 (sorted with the oldest destination at the
bottom of the list), scroll
or
to the desired destination and press ENTER
or the GO function button to proceed to the  Select Route Criteria menu J.


 NOTE
If the list is empty, the  No Stored
Destination screen 5 will appear instead of
the  Select Destination menu 4.
Delete a previous . . . . .  Previous destinations can be cleared from the list if so desired.
destination
At the  Select Destination menu 4:
1. Scroll
or
to the destination to be deleted and press the DELETE function button.
2. At the  Confirm Deletion screen 6, press ENTER.
The deletion will be confirmed and the system will return to the  Select Destination menu 4.

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At any time during a trip, the route can be changed or cancelled from the  Planned Route screen B. If the system is not
already displaying the  Planned Route screen B, it can easily be reached during trip navigation in any of the following ways:
 At the  Map screen C, press the PAGE function button.
 At the  Guide screen D, press the BACK function button.

At any other menu or screen:
1. Press MENU to proceed to the  Main menu A.
2. Press the MAP function button to proceed to the  Map screen C.
3. Press the PAGE function button to proceed to the  Planned Route screen B.
Detour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  In case of road construction, traffic jams or undesirable roads, the NAV ONE system can quickly calculate
a detour to reach the currently selected destination.
At the  Planned Route screen B:
1. Press the EDIT function button to proceed to the  Select Routing Method menu E.

2. Scroll
or
to [Detour] and press ENTER.
At the  Select Detour Criteria menu F, four options are available:

Avoid Current Road

Avoid Next Road

Detour Distance

Avoid Specific Road
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Avoid current road

At the  Select Detour Criteria menu F:
1. Scroll
or
to [Avoid Current Road] and press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route on the  Map screen C.
Avoid next road

At the  Select Detour Criteria menu F:
1. Scroll
or
to [Avoid Next Road] and press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route on the  Map screen C.
Detour distance

At the  Select Detour Criteria menu F:
1. Scroll
or
to [Detour Distance] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Enter Detour Miles menu G, decide on a maximum distance to deviate from the calculated route within the limits
presented for available detour miles on the screen and enter the value in the cursor box using spell mode, then press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route on the  Map screen C.
Avoid
specific road

At the  Select Detour Criteria menu F:
1. Scroll
or
to [Avoid Specific Road] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Select Road to Avoid menu H, scroll
or
on the list of all upcoming roads to be avoided then press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route on the  Map screen C.




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Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Rather than use detour, it can be useful just to change the route criteria for a trip,
route criteria
such as when it becomes apparent that using toll roads will be an advantage.
1
At the  Planned Route screen B:
1. Press the EDIT function button to proceed to the  Select Routing Method menu E.
2. Scroll
or
to [Route Criteria] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Select Route Criteria menu J, make desired changes as described in
the Select route criteria section and press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route on the  Map screen C.

Change a trip plan . . . . .  This choice is active only if a multi-destination trip plan is being navigated.
The trip plan can be modified at any point during navigation.
At the  Planned Route screen B:
1. Press the EDIT function button to proceed to the  Select Routing Method menu E.
2. Scroll
or
to [Trip Planner] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Trip Planner menu 1, make desired changes as described in the Trip planner section and press ENTER.
4. At the  Select Route Criteria menu J, make desired changes as described
in the Select route criteria section and press ENTER.
The system will recalculate the route and show the modified route the  Map screen C.
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Cancel navigation . . . . .  This choice can be used to cancel the current trip and start over with the entry
of a new destination. Or, it can be used to simply turn guidance off.
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At the  Planned Route screen B:
1. Press the EDIT function button to proceed to the  Select Routing Method menu E.
2. Scroll
or
to [Cancel Route] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Confirm Cancellation screen I, press ENTER.
The cancellation will be confirmed and the system will proceed to the  Main menu A.

Trip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
interruptions
During a stop with the engine shut off for more than ten minutes, SmartPower
will turn off the system if it was not turned off when the vehicle was parked.
 NOTE
If SmartPower was turned off
at the  Preference menu,
this will not occur (see page 21
to turn SmartPower on and off).
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The user can reset any or all of the fields at any time, either while navigating
a trip or after it is finished.
aa
Reset one data item . . . .  At the  Edit Data Field menu a0:
1. Scroll
or
to the data item to be reset and press the RESET function button.
2. At the  Reset Data Field menu aa, scroll
or
to [Current Data Field] and press ENTER.
The reset will be confirmed and the system will return to the  Edit Data Field menu a0.


Reset all data items . . . .  At the  Edit Data Field menu a0, with any item highlighted:
1. Press the RESET function button.
2. At the  Reset Data Field menu aa, scroll
or
to [Reset All] and press ENTER.
3. At the  Reset All screen as, press ENTER.
as

The reset will be confirmed and the system will return to the  Edit Data Field menu a0.
F Main menu / See note B1
G Main menu / See note B2
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Off route events
A Main menu
B
C
D
E
Off route events
During a trip, the NAV ONE system offers help if a turn is missed or a side trip
is taken from a calculated route. It also allows changes to be made enroute —
including detours, changing route criteria, changing trip plans and canceling
navigation. Trip interruptions, such as lunch or a motel stay, are also accommodated.
Leaving a . . . . . . . . 
calculated
route
Within a short distance of the vehicle leaving a calculated route, the NAV ONE system will recognize
the deviation and provide information to return to the route.
In the case of a missed turn or similar situation, the system will provide voice prompts, such as “Please make
a legal U-turn,” to return to the calculated route while the system remains in the active navigation screen.
If a longer deviation is made and the prompts to return to the route are ignored, the system will calculate a
new route to the destination — often a mini-route to intercept the original route at a later point — provided
the auto reroute option is turned on (see page 91). The new route will be displayed in the active navigation
screen and the voice prompts will adjust accordingly.
If auto reroute is turned off, the system will suspend guidance until the user takes some action,
such as detour or cancel.
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During navigation with route guidance, there are three navigation screens available.
Whichever is most useful at any given time can be selected:
  Map B — shows the map on the LCD with the route highlighted in light green.
  Planned Route C — shows the currently traveled road and a list of all the maneuvers.
  Guide D — shows an enlarged, full-screen version of the next maneuver to be performed.
The footer on all three navigation screens will show:
 GPS signal strength
 The current vehicle heading:
N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW
 ETA — estimated time to arrival
 Direction to destination arrow
Distance to destination

The
Trip Data screen E provides comprehensive data about the trip in progress or the
one most recently completed. It can be called up from the  Guide D and  Map A screens
depending on whether or not a trip is active.
1
2

GPS signal . . . . . . . . 
strength
indicator
When the NAV ONE system is locked onto four or more satellites, it provides optimum
performance and four green bars will show in the GPS signal indicator 1. Three satellites
provide a useable signal indicated by three yellow bars in the GPS signal indicator 2.
Two red bars in the GPS signal indicator 3 result from an insufficient GPS signal.
3
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Useful tools
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4
In addition to the three navigation and trip data screens, the NAV ONE system
provides several features to allow adjustments and provide extra information:


Pan function — allows scrolling the map and obtaining address information with the cross-arrows.
Zoom function — zooms the map to see a larger area or more detail of a smaller area.

Here function — provides the vehicle’s current location.
Voice function — initiates a voice prompt for navigation.
 Next maneuver — automatically provides the  Guide screen as a maneuver is
approached and during its execution.

Pan function . . . . . . 
The pan function can be used in both the reference and navigation versions of the  Map screens
A and B. It allows shifting the current location away from the center of the map image as shown
in  Map screen 4. There is no icon for this function. It is activated by pressing the
, ,
and buttons at either map screen. The cross-arrows will appear as soon as panning is begun.
When panning over the map, the street name beneath the cross-arrows will be displayed in the
“system indicator” [black box at bottom of screen where the GPS signal strength and direction
is displayed]. To obtain address information of that location, press the HERE function button.


 NOTE
Map does not update
navigation during panning.
 NOTE
As the map is scrolled, the
cross-arrows will remain at
the center of the screen.
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Scroll map . . . . . . . . . . . .  To shift the map image at  Map screen A or B:
1. Press the
,
, and buttons to move the current location in the corresponding direction on the Map image.
 
This will obscure some information at one edge and reveal additional information at the opposite one.
Zoom function . . . . 
The zoom function can also be used in both the reference and navigation versions of the
 Map screen A and B. It allows five levels of zoom ranging from a wide area (level 5)
with reduced detail to a small area (level 1) with maximum available detail.
C h a n ge zoom setting . . .  To change the zoom setting at the  Map screen A or B:
1. Press the ZOOM function button to proceed to the  Set Zoom Level menu 5.
5

2. Press the
or
button to move the highlight on the numbered zoom bar (at the left
of the LCD) to the desired zoom level.
The display will show the corresponding zoom effect (5 shows widest area) and will return
to the previous menu or screen three seconds after the last press of an
or
button.

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The here function provides the vehicle’s current location in both the reference and
navigation versions of the  Map screen A or B, as well as from the  Add to Address
Book menu (see Address book section). It provides information in three forms:

The current location as a street address (with the prior and next streets if navigating a trip).
The current location as GPS data of latitude and longitude.
 The current location for naming and entry into the Address Book.

Street address . . . . . . . .  At the  Map screen A or B:
1. Press the HERE function button to proceed to the  Current Location screen H.
The address will show on the LCD along with the prior and next trip streets.
GPS data . . . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Map screen A or B:
1. Press the HERE function button to proceed to the  Current Location screen H.
2. Press the GPS function button to proceed to the  Current Location screen I.
The GPS latitude and longitude will show numerically on the LCD.
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Address book entry . . . .  At the  Map screen A or B:
1. Press the HERE function button to proceed to the  Current Location screen H.
2. Press ENTER or the SAVE function button to proceed to the  Save or Edit Name menu J.
3. Continue the process to name and enter the location in the address book as described at
page 46 in the Address book section.
Voice function . . . . 
During navigation, voice prompts provide direction at each maneuver so that
only a glance at the screen is needed while driving. The voice function generates
an additional, interim voice report of navigation status at any time of the user’s
choosing while navigating a trip.
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . .  A voice prompt of navigation status can be quickly gotten at any of the
voice prompt
three navigation screen or the trip data screen at any time during a trip.
At any of the screens:
 NOTE
The voice function is not active unless a trip
is in progress. A number of screens, such as
the  Option menu on page 20 will appear
with or without the voice icon depending
on whether a trip is in progress. On some
screens, the voice function will override
another function when a trip is in progress.
1. Press the VOICE function button.
The system will respond with a message such as,
“In ten miles you will enter US-12 west.”
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As a maneuver is approached, the system automatically provides voice prompts such as,
“In two miles turn left.” In addition, shortly before the maneuver is to be executed, the system
will switch to the  Guide screen 6 to provide a visual supplement to the voice information.
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6
The screen will show the distance to the maneuver, the name of the road to be entered and
a large highlighted arrow superimposed on the streets in the immediate area of the maneuver.
As the vehicle progresses toward the point of maneuver, the countdown bar at the left of the
LCD will shorten as shown on  Guide screens 6, 7 and 8. When the maneuver is complete,
the system will switch back to the previous navigation screen.
Map as reference
Map screen
as reference
resource
......

When navigation is not in progress, the  Map screen A is reached from the  Main menu F:
1. Press the MAP function button.
The LCD will show the map of the current location and surrounding area at whatever zoom level is in
effect. There will not be a highlight arrow since no route is being navigated and the footer bar will
show only the GPS signal status and the vehicle’s heading.
At  Map screen A, the pan, here and zoom functions will be available to increase its utility.
The page function will show the  Trip Data screen E with data for the most recently completed
trip. See page 65 in this section for more information on the  Trip Data screen.
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Navigation using map screen
The  Map screen B is the entry point for navigation with the NAV ONE system and is reached from the  Main menu G, the
 Calculating a Route screen (see the Route calculation section) or the  Navigation in Progress menu (see the Start-up section).
Navigation . . . . . . . . 
at map screen
Navigation at . . . . . 
planned route
screen
The triangular vehicle icon will be at the center of the LCD, the trip route will be highlighted in light green and trip
data will be shown in the footer bar on the LCD. The pan, voice, here and zoom utilities will be available and the
other two navigation screens and the  Trip Data screen E can be reached using the page function.
As the vehicle progresses on a trip, the map will scroll under the triangular vehicle icon to show the
immediate surroundings at the zoom level in effect at the time.
 NOTE
This is the only navigation
Navigation using planned route screen
screen at which the edit
The descriptive  Planned Route screen C can replace the graphic  Map screen B with a list
function is available to
of the maneuvers to be executed during the trip. It can be displayed at any time during a trip.
develop a detour or change
the current route.
At the  Map screen B:
1. Press the PAGE function button to proceed to the  Planned Route screen C.
The currently traveled road and the next few maneuvers will be shown on the LCD. This is a continuous list
from start to finish of the trip and can be scrolled at any time using the
or
buttons to preview or review the trip.

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Navigation using guide screen
The  Guide screen D can replace the graphic  Map screen B and the descriptive  Planned Route C
screen with enlarged detail of the next maneuver to be executed. It can be displayed at any time during a trip.
Navigation at . . . . . 
guide screen
At the  Map screen B:
1. Press the PAGE function button to proceed to the  Planned Route screen C.
2. Press the PAGE function button again to proceed to the  Guide screen D.
The next maneuver will be shown on the LCD and mileage from the current location will update continuously.
Trip data
The NAV ONE system keeps track of information about each trip and the  Trip Data screen E can be viewed
at any time to retrieve it for the current or most recent trip.
While at the  Trip Data screen E, the PAGE function button will return the system directly to the  Map screen B or A.
The edit function allows users to select information to be displayed on the  Trip Data screen and to reset data fields.
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. .  The  Trip Data screen E can be displayed at any time during navigation to see
information about the current trip. While trip data is displayed, navigation voice
prompts and the  Guide screens (see page 70) will be provided as each
maneuver is approached.
At the  Guide screen D:
1. Press the PAGE function button to proceed to the  Trip Data screen E.
Trip data when
not navigating
a trip
. . .  The  Trip Data screen E can be displayed at any time navigation is not in
progress to see the data for the most recently completed trip.
At the  Map screen A:
1. Press the PAGE function button to proceed to the  Trip Data screen E.
data. . . . . . . . . . .  The  Trip Data screen E shows four data items at all times as well as
Trip
screen content
two user selectable items.
At the top of the screen is the vehicle heading. Below that are two large dials
that show current speed on the left and current time on the right. Between the
lower portions of the dials, the total mileage for the trip is shown.
 NOTE
When no trip is active, the voice function is
not available from the  Trip Data screen E.
 NOTE
The current time is shown as Universal
Coordinated Time unless the user has
entered the local hour offset using the
set clock procedure at page 25 of the
Setting operating preferences section.
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At the bottom of the screen are two fields that can display any two data items
of the user’s choice.
 Average speed
 Maximum speed
 Total trip time
 Stopped time


 Digital clock
Drive time
ETA — Estimated time to arrival

Trip odometer

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Odometer
Select two data . . . . . . . .  At the  Trip Data screen E:
items to be displayed
1. Press the EDIT function button to proceed to the  Trip Data menu 9.

2. Press the or buttons to choose one of the two fields for data item
selection and press ENTER.
3. At the  Edit Data Field menu a0, scroll
or
to the data item that
is desired to appear in the selected field and press ENTER.
The choice will be confirmed and the system will return to the  Trip Data screen E.

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Select . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
route criteria
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At the  Select Route Criteria menu A:
1. Scroll
or
to each of the three options and make a selection.

2. Press theorbutton to toggle each option to the desired selection.

Route by shortest — distance or time.

Use freeways? — yes or no.
Use toll roads? — yes or no.

3. Press ENTER or the GO function button to proceed to the
 Calculating a Route screen B.
 NOTE
If all criteria are as desired, go straight to the
 Calculating a Route screen B by pressing
ENTER or the GO function button.
 NOTE
The  Select Route Criteria menu A will
open with the choices from the most recent
trip selected.
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Route calculation
Calculating . . . . . . .  The  Calculating a Route screen B indicates that the NAV ONE has begun the process of
a route
developing the route to be navigated. During calculation, the indicator bar at the top of the
screen will extend from left to right to show its progress and completion as shown on the
 Calculating a Route screens C and D.
P roceed to . . . . . . . . . . .  After the route has been completely developed, the system will automatically proceed from
route guidance
the  Calculating a Route screen D to the  Map screen F with the route highlighted by a
light green line on the map. The voice prompt will say, “Please proceed to the highlighted route.”
The Route guidance section takes up from there.
Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
calculation
Route calculation can be stopped during its progress by pressing the STOP function button
to proceed to the  Select Routing Method menu E, where three choices are available:


Recalculate the route.
Select different route criteria.

Cancel route calculation.
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Recalculate . . . . . . . . . . .  When route calculation is stopped, it can be restarted from the
the route
 Select Routing Method menu E.
1. Scroll
or
to [Recalculate] and press ENTER to return
to the  Calculating a Route screen B.

Select different . . . . . . . .  When route calculation is stopped, the route criteria can be
route criteria
changed from the  Select Routing Method menu E.
1. Scroll
or
to [Route Criteria] and press ENTER to return
to the  Select Route Criteria menu A.

Cancel route . . . . . . . . . .  When route calculation is stopped, route calculation can be
calculation
cancelled entirely from the  Select Routing Method menu E.
1. Scroll
or
to [Cancel] and press ENTER.
2. At the  Confirm Cancellation screen G, press ENTER.

The cancellation will be confirmed and the system will proceed
to the  Main menu H.
F
G
 NOTE
Destination information
entered before route
calculation was cancelled
will be retained in the data
fields of the  Main menu
H to permit rapid changes
by selective editing.
H Main menu
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Route guidance, Navigation and Trip data
A See note A1
B See note A2
 NOTE
A1. Map when no trip is active.
Has no route highlight and
no trip data in screen footer.
A2. Map when a trip is active.
Includes route highlight and
trip data in screen footer.
 NOTE
B1. If MENU is pressed when
no trip is active, trail mode is
available and MAP function
button brings up A.
B2. If MENU is pressed when a
trip is active, voice function
is available and map function
brings up B.
C
D
E
Route guidance
When no trip is in progress, the  Map screen A can be viewed
as one might refer to an atlas. Or, it can be used to determine the
vehicle’s current location.
Once a destination is chosen and a route is calculated, the NAV ONE
system is ready to provide guidance to navigate the trip from the starting
voice prompt, “Please proceed to the highlighted route,” until the final
announcement, “Arrived at destination.”
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Resume or . . . . . . . . . . .  Whether or not navigation was in progress when it was turned off, the NAV ONE system
discontinue from off
displays the start-up screens when the system is turned back on. If a trip was interrupted,
the  Continue route guidance menu 2 will show the destination on the LCD when ENTER
is pressed at the  PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY screen 3 after the system is turned back on.
2
See the Start-up section for information about start-up and instructions on resuming
or discontinuing a trip at the  Continue route guidance menu 2.
3
F
G
H
P a rt III – Operating the System: Off route events
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Trail mode
A
B
C
D
E
Trail mode

This feature can be used on or off the road to record vehicle movements.
Instead of guiding the vehicle on a route calculated in advance, it captures
the route actually taken. Once a trail is recorded and saved in the trail book,
it can be used to retrace the route or to repeat it in the future.
IN THIS MANUAL
These trail procedures use
Trail 1 as an example. In actual
use of the NAV ONE, menus
and screens will be titled with
user selected names.
As a trail is recorded, the system generates automatic points (similar to dropping
bread crumbs) at turns between straight-line segments and eve ry 60 feet on curved
segments. Users can also generate and name waypoints along the way. System
resources can store about 30 trails with 50 waypoints per trail. Recording long or
complex trails will reduce the resources available for accepting additional trails.
Enter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
trail mode
At the  Main menu A:
1. Press the TRAIL function button to proceed to the  Trail Book menu B where four options are available:
 View an existing trail on the map
 Navigate a trail already in the trail book

Add a trail to the trail book

Edit an existing trail
Change a . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü At the 2 Trail 1 menu J:
waypoint name
1. Scroll
or
to [Edit Waypoint] and press ENTER.
2. At the 2 Waypoints menu 9, scroll
or
to the waypoint to
be renamed and press the EDIT function button.
3. At the 2 Edit Waypoint Entry menu a0, press the CLEAR function
button to clear the current name.
4. Enter the name of choice using spell mode and press ENTER.
The name will be saved and the system will return to 2 Waypoints menu 9.
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Delete a waypoint. . . . . . Ü At the 2 Trail 1 menu J:
1. Scroll
or
to [Edit Waypoint] and press ENTER.
2. At the 2 Waypoints menu 9, scroll
or
to the
waypoint to be deleted and press the EDIT function button.
3. At the 2 Edit Waypoint Entry menu a0, press the DELETE
function button.
4. At the 2 Confirm Deletion screen aa, press ENTER.
The deletion will be confirmed and the system will return
to the 2 Waypoints menu 9.
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F
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G
PAGE
TRAIL- 1
Please name trail or
accept default name.
Press SAVE to accept.
STOP
SAVE
HERE
GPS
NW
ZOOM
CLEAR
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SAVE
Press SAVE to accept.
BACK
Press ENTER to accept
or BACK to cancel.
BACK
J
Save or Edit Name
Trail 1
DELETE
Edit Name
POINT- 1
CLEAR
Longitude:
Edit Waypoint
Please name point or
accept default name.
SAVE
SAVE
NW
Are you sure that you
want to delete this
waypoint?
POINT-1
Please name waypoint.
I
Latitude:
GPS
Confirm Deletion
POINT- 1
W 88° 07’ 30”
BACK
aa
DELETE
N 42° 22’ 30”
CLEAR
EDIT
BACK
Edit Waypoint Entry
GPS Data
294
Waypoints
0.1mi
Latitude: N 42° 22’ 30”
Longitude: W 88° 07’ 30”
[Beginning]
POINT-1
POINT-2
[End]
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H
Trail Mode
Name Trail Book Entry
9
BACK
Press SAVE to accept.
BACK
BACK
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Appendix A — Function buttons icons and Option choices
Function . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
button icons
The functions available at
various points during use
of the NAV ONE system
are represented by icons to
make them easy to recognize.
Enables users to find which region or regions
contain detailed information on a city, state or
zip code. NAV ONE 2000 only.
Adds an address, trip plan or trail to memory.
ADD
ADDRESS
BACK
Toggles destination selection from
intersection to street address.
Returns to previous menu or screen
without adding or saving data.
MAP
OPTION
Clears data from the active field.
CLEAR
PAGE
CLOCK
Enables user to set the hour offset from
Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) on
the system clock.
DELETE
Removes user-entered data from memory,
such as deleting an address book entry or
deleting a trail from the trail book.
EDIT
GO
Displays the 2 Map screen.
Displays the 2 Option menu shown at the
top of page 20.
Switches navigation display from 2 Map to
2 Planned Route to 2 Guide to 2 Trip Data
screens. In trail mode to 2 Trip Data screen only.
Resets trip data field(s) to zero.
RESET
SAVE
Provides detailed information on the coverage
of a region highlighted on the 2 Map Regions
menu. NAV ONE 2000 only.
SET
Changes user entered data in memory, such as
changing the name of an address book entry
or the name of a destination on a trip.
SPELL
Displays the 2 Select Route Criteria menu after
destination selection. In trail mode, displays
2 Map screen for navigation.
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Saves data to memory and returns to previous menu or
screen, such as saving changes to the preferences (options)
or saving the current location as an address book entry.
Sets the user entered hour offset from
UTC in system memory.
Toggles data entry from list mode to spell mode.
IL
STATE
Enables selection of a destination state to
make searching the system database quicker.
Displays the latitude and longitude
of the current location.
GPS
Displays current location as address or intersection.
In trail mode, displays current location as GPS data.
HERE
Toggles destination selection from street address
to intersection.
INTER
STOP
TRAIL
VIEW
Displays the language selection menu.
LANG
ì NOTE
If the desired option
cannot be seen:
1. Scroll
or
until it
comes on the screen.
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Preferences
Volume
- 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 +
Zoom Level
1
2
Map View
Auto Reroute
3
Color Scheme
Units
Smart Power
Key Click
Displays the map scale adjustment screen.
ZOOM
Preference menu
-
Displays the 2 Map screen with either
trip route or trail points shown.
Initiates a navigation voice prompt.
Toggles data entry from spell mode to list mode.
The NAV ONE system can
be customized to the user’s
preferences. Default values
are shown on the 2 Preferences
menu; available choices are
shown in the table of options
to the right of the menu.
Displays 2 Trail Book menu.
VOICE
LIST
Option choices . . . . Ü
Halts route calculation. In trail mode, defines
the end of the trail being added.
4
5
+
Heading Up >
On >
Auto >
Mile >
On >
On >
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Options
0 (off – no sound)
1 – 8 (softest to loudest)
1 – 5 (smallest to largest area)
Heading up or north up
On or off
Auto, day or night
Mile, mile/yd, km or km/m
On or off
On or off
LCD color scheme
Map detail item
Airports
Arteries
Background
Expressways
Freeways/interstates
Parks/golf courses/national forests
Railroads
Rivers
Route
Streets
Street names
Vehicle icon
Day
Night
Light brown
Light brown
Light gray
Light gray
White
Black
Orange
Orange
Red
Red
Green
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Blue
Light green
Light green
Dark gray
Light gray
Dark gray
White
White and magenta triangle
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Appendix B — Point of interest categories
Point of . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
interest
categories
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The point of interest (POI) categories included in the NAV ONE system include the following:
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Airport
Amusement Park
ATM
Auto Dealership
Auto Service & Maintenance
Automobile Club
Bank
Bus Station
Business Facility
Casino
City Center
City Hall
Civic/Community Center
Commuter Rail Station
Convention/Exhibition Cen
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Court House
Ferry Terminal
Gasoline Station
Golf Course
Grocery Store
Higher Education
Historical Monument
Hospital
Hotel
Library
Marina
Motorcycle Dealership
Museum
Park/Recreation Area
Park & Ride
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Parking Garage
Parking Lot
Performing Arts
Police Station
Rental Car Agency
Rest Area
Restaurant
School
Shopping
Ski Resort
Sports Complex
Tourist Attraction
Tourist Information
Train Station
Winery
Appendix C — GPS system characteristics and operation
GPS basics . . . . . . . . Ü
How GPS . . . . . . . . . . Ü
works
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based radionavigation system. It consists of 24 satellites (which
orbit the Earth at an altitude of approximately 11,000 miles) and ground stations. GPS provides users with accurate
information on position, velocity and time. This is available anywhere in the world and in most weather conditions.
GPS was initiated by The United States Department of Defense in 1973 to reduce the proliferation of navigation
aids. By creating a robust system that overcame the limitations of many previously existing navigation systems,
GPS became attractive to a broader spectrum of users. GPS has been successful in classic applications such
as aviation and marine navigation since it was first developed. Since then, it has become useful for a wide
range of people because its capabilities are accessible using small, affordable equipment.
The GPS satellite network transmits radio signals to earth from high earth orbit. GPS service provides users
with extremely accurate positioning information anywhere on or near the surface of the earth. To accomplish
this, each of the 24 satellites emits signals to receivers below. GPS determines location by computing the
difference between the time that a signal is sent and the time it is received. GPS satellites carry atomic clocks
that provide extremely accurate time information. The time information is placed in the codes broadcast by the
satellite so that a receiver can continuously determine the time the signal was broadcast. The signal contains
data that the NAV ONE system uses to compute the locations of the satellites and to make other adjustments
needed for accurate positioning. The NAV ONE system uses the time difference between the time of signal
reception and the broadcast time to compute the distance from the receiver to the satellite. With information
about the distance to four satellites and the location of each satellite when the signal was sent, the NAV ONE
system can compute its own position: latitude and longitude.
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Appendix D — NAV ONE system specifications
Physical . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
specifications
Unit dimensions
4.73" H x 7.91" W x 2.28" D
(201 mm x 120 mm x 65 mm)
Unit weight
1 lb., 8.96 oz. (710 g)
Display size
5.2" (132 mm) Diagonal
Display resolution
320 x 240 pixel
STN Color Display
Keypad
Back-lit
Power
12-volt DC vehicle
Power Adapter included
Usage 1.2A max
Fuse
3A
Antenna
Built-in Patch (Optional
External Antenna Available)
Temperature range
Operation -15˚C to + 60˚C (5˚F to 140˚F)
Storage -30˚C to +80˚C (-22˚F to 176˚F)
Map storage
Automotive-Grade Hard Disk Drive
Performance
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. . . . . . Ü Receiver
12 Parallel Channels for
tracking up to 12 satellites
Acquisition times
Approximately
(hot)
8 sec.
(warm) 38 sec.
(cold)
45 sec.
using i.A.S.A.P Technology
Update rate
1/second, continuous
GPS accuracy
Position 10 meters, 2D RMS
Velocity 0.1 m/sec.
Dynamics
4g
Interface
USB 2.0
Maintenance and service
Maintenance
. . . . . . Ü Very little maintenance is required to keep this NAV ONE system in good operating condition.
n
Keep the unit components clean by wiping with a soft cloth slightly moistened with lens cleaner or isopropyl alcohol.
Do not use solvents or harsh or abrasive cleaners, which could damage the case or scratch the LCD.
n Protect the unit from moisture and from being dropped or struck by hard objects to prevent damage.
Do not apply pressure to the LCD screen.
n Consult the Cobra web site (www.cobra.com) for the latest software and database versions and compare them to
those stored in your unit to determine if updating is needed. Software and information updates are also available
in DVD ROM format and can be purchased as accessories. NAV ONE needs to be connected to a computer running
a Windows 98 or higher operating system with a DVD drive using a USB-2.0 cable to install the updates.
Troubleshooting . . . Ü
Problem
Display does
not power up.
GPS indicator will
not turn green.
Push buttons on front
of unit do not work.
Vehicle icon or map
does not move after
driving some distance.
Possible cause(s)
Solution(s)
Power switch is turned off.
Turn the unit on with the button on the left side of the unit.
Brightness and contrast are
turned completely down.
Fuse in unit cigarette lighter
adapter is blown.
No voltage is present at cigarette
lighter or other power point.
GPS antenna cannot
“see” the sky.
Use the controls on the right side of the unit to adjust
the display until it is comfortable to view.
Unscrew the adapter tip and inspect the fuse.
Replace fuse if blown.
Troubleshoot vehicle wiring. NOTE for some powerpoints,
ignition key must be at RUN for the point to be energized.
Move vehicle to open area and make sure the GPS
antenna has a clear view of the sky.
Power switch is turned off.
GPS is not working properly.
Geographic area is
not fully mapped.
Turn the unit on with the button on the left side of the unit.
Is GPS signal indicator green? If yes, go to next step.
If no, go to “GPS indicator will not turn green” step.
Drive to a main road. If the map shows the road, the system
is working properly, but the area is not fully mapped.
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Maintenance and service
Product service
. . . Ü For any questions about operating or installing this new Cobra product, or if parts are missing…
Please call Cobra first! DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE! See Customer Assistance
on the inside back cover.
If this product should require factory service, please call Cobra first before sending the product.
This will ensure the fastest turn-around time on any repair. If Cobra asks that the product be sent
to its factory, it will be necessary to furnish the following to have the product serviced and returned:
1. For Warranty Repair include some form of proof-of-purchase, such as a mechanical reproduction
or carbon of a sales receipt. If the original receipt is sent, it cannot be returned;
2. Send the entire product;
3. Enclose a description of what is happening with the product. Include a typed
or clearly printed name and address of where the product is to be returned;
4. Pack the product securely to prevent damage in transit. If possible,
use the original packing material;
5. Ship prepaid and insured by way of a traceable carrier such as
United Parcel Service (UPS) or Priority Mail to avoid loss in transit to:
Cobra Factory Service
Cobra Electronics Corporation
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707 U.S.A.
6. If the product is in warranty, upon receipt of the product, it will either be repaired
or exchanged depending on the model. Please allow approximately 3 – 4 weeks
before contacting Cobra for status. If the product is out of warranty, a letter will
automatically be sent with information as to the repair charge or replacement charge.
For any questions, please call 773-889-3087 for assistance.
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Customer assistance, Non-English manuals and Trademark acknowledgement
Customer . . . . . . . . . . Ü
assistance
Cobra Electronics Corporation
reserves the right to change
or improve information in
this manual without notice.
Please visit www.cobra.com
for updates or questions.
Non-English . . . . . . . Ü
manuals
Trademark . . . . . . . . . Ü
acknowledgement
Should you encounter any problems with this product, or not understand its many features, please refer to this owner’s manual.
If you require further assistance after reading this manual, Cobra Electronics offers the following customer assistance services:
For assistance in the U.S.A.
n Automated help desk (English only) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 773-889-3087 (phone).
n Customer assistance operators (English and Spanish) 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. C.S.T. Mon. through Fri.
(except holidays) at 773-889-3087 (phone).
n Questions (English and Spanish) Faxes can be received at 773-622-2269 (fax).
n Technical assistance (English only) www.cobra.com (on-line: Frequently Asked Questions).
n Technical assistance (English and Spanish) productinfo@cobra.com (e-mail).
For assistance outside the U.S.A.
n Contact your local dealer
This NAV ONE system is equipped to communicate in the language of your choice:
English, French or Spanish, (see Language choices, page 22).
For operating instructions in French or Spanish, please visit www.cobra.com/GPS-manuals.html.
Cobra®, HighGear®, microTALK®, Safety Alert® Traffic Warning System, Nothing comes close to a Cobra®
and the snake design are registered trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA.
Cobra Electronics Corporation™, iASAP™, Accelerated Satellite Acquisition Protocol Technology™, CobraMarine™,
RoadReady™, SmartPower™ and NAV ONE™ are trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA.
SiRF® is a registered trademark of SiRF Technology Incorporated.
Windows®, Windows Pocket PC® and Windows CE® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Palm® and Palm OS® are registered trademarks of PalmSource, Inc.
NAVTEQ ON BOARD™ is a trademark of NAVTEQ.
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User license and Warranty
User license . . . . . . . Ü
Copyright © 2004 Cobra Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
Copyright © 2003-2004 NAVTEQ. All rights reserved.
This data includes information taken with permission from Canadian authorities, including © Her Majesty,
© Queen’s Printer for Ontario.
This document and the software described in it are furnished under license and may be used or copied only in
accordance with such license. Except as permitted by such license, the contents of this document and software
may not be disclosed to third parties, copied or duplicated in any form, in whole or in part, without the prior written
permission of Cobra Electronics Corporation. This document and software contain proprietary and confidential
information of Cobra Electronics Corporation and its licensors.
Cobra grants the purchaser a limited license for use of this document and the software incorporated in the NAV ONE
for its normal operation. By using the NAV ONE, the purchaser agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this
license agreement. The purchaser acknowledges that the content of this document and the software are the property of
Cobra and its licensors and are protected by copyright laws of the U.S.A. and international treaties. The purchaser agrees
not to modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer or reduce to human readable form the software or any part of it,
nor to create any derivative works based on the contents of this document or the software. The purchaser agrees not to
export or re-export this document or the NAV ONE to any country in violation of the export control laws of the U.S.A.
The contents of this document and software are for informational use only, and are subject to change without notice.
Cobra and its licensors intend to provide their customers the most complete and accurate navigation information available
at a reasonable cost from government and private data sources. However, all data sources have limitations and some have
inaccuracies or are incomplete to some degree. These characteristics carry over to the NAV ONE as well.
Cobra encourages customers to report any errors found in our electronic maps by contacting technical assistance
(available in English and Spanish) at productinfo@cobra.com (e-mail), by visiting our website: www.cobra.com,
or by calling customer assistance (available in English and Spanish) at 773-889-3087 between 8:00 a.m. and
6:00 p.m. C.S.T. Monday through Friday (except holidays).
Restricted Rights Legend. For defense agencies: Use, reproduction or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth
in subparagraph (c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 52.227-7013,
and/or similar successor clauses in the FAR, or the DOD or NASA FAR Supplement.
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Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
Cobra Electronics Corporation warrants that its Cobra NAV ONE, and the component parts thereof, will be free of
defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one (1) year from the date of first consumer purchase. This
warranty may be enforced by the first consumer purchaser, provided that the product is utilized within the U.S.A.
Caution: Cobra makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the map data in the NAV ONE and
disclaims any and all express, implied or statutory warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability
or fitness for a particular purpose. It is the user’s responsibility to use this product prudently. This product is
intended to be used only as a travel aid and must not be used for any purpose requiring precise measurement
of direction, distance, location or topography.
Cobra will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective NAV ONE products or component parts upon
delivery to the Cobra Factory Service Department, accompanied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase,
such as a duplicated copy of a sales receipt. The consumer must pay any initial shipping charges required to
ship the product for warranty service, but the return charges will be at Cobra’s expense, if the product is repaired
or replaced under warranty.
This warranty gives the consumer specific rights, and he or she may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply: 1) to any product damaged by accident; 2) in the event of misuse
or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs; 3) if the serial number has been altered,
defaced or removed; 4) if the owner of the product resides outside the U.S.A.
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited in
duration to the length of this warranty.
Cobra shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages; including, without limitation,
damages resulting from loss of use or cost of installation.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to some consumers.
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Index
100
A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü Maximum speed: 74
AC power supply: 102
Brightness control: A2
Delete a waypoint: 89
Helpful information: 90
Mounting bracket: A2, 10
Accessories: 102
Buttons: A2
N..........................Ü
Destination selection: 32
Here function: 68
Down button: A2
Detour: 77
Home use, AC power supply: 102
Add a destination: 46
Enter button: A2
Display: 16
By address/
intersection: 47
Left button: A2
Drive time: 74
I...........................Ü
By current location: 48
Right button: A2
E
By infrared: 49
Up button: A2
Editing entries: 28
Installation: 10
ETA: 74
Introduction: A1-5
Address book: 46
Menu button: A2
By point of interest: 48
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Navigation: 71
Using guide screen: 72
Indicators: A2
Using map screen: 71
Infrared port: A2
Using planned
route screen: 71
Non-English manuals: 22, 97
O..........................Ü
By previous
destination: 48
C
By trip planner: 50
Cautions: 4
F
Characteristics: 93
FCC compliance: 2
LCD: A2
Characters available: 26
Features: 2
License: 98
Clock: 25
French manual: 22, 97
Light sensor: A2
Operating the system: 32
Color scheme: 91
Function button icons: 90
List mode: 26, 27
Options: 91
Contrast control: A2
G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
Edit function: 51
Address/intersection: 32
Start destination selection: 33
External antenna: 102
Carrying case: 102
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L
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Language choices: 22, 97
Entry with state: 34
Entry with zip code: 33
Antenna connection port: A2
Average speed: 74
Customer assistance: 97
Getting started: 6
Main menu: A2
GPS basics: 93
Maintenance: 95
GPS navigation: A1
Map as reference: 70
GPS signal indicator: A2, 65
Map regions: 24
Unlock additional
region(s): 24, 103
Odometer: 74
Off route events: 8, 76
Leaving a
calculated route: 76
Option menu: 20
Order form: 102
P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü Spell mode: 26, 28
Pan function: 66
Removing the NAV ONE: 13
Start-up: 14
Edit an existing
trail or waypoint: 87
U..........................Ü
USB 2.0 connection: A2
Change a trail name: 88
Point of interest: 38
By category: 39
Reset data: 75
Start-up time: 12, 94
Route calculation: 62
Stopped time: 74
By name: 42
Calculating a route: 62
By phone number: 44
Categories: 92
Power on and off: 15
Sleep mode: 15
SmartPower: 15
Power connection port: A2
Power on/off button: A2
Power supply (AC)
for in-house use: 102
Preference choices: 20, 91
Preference menu: 91
Preferences: 20, 91
Previous destination: 36
Q..........................Ü
Quick release lever: A2
Change a waypoint name: 89
Delete a trail: 88
Cancel route calculation: 63
System functions
and their icons: 9, 90
Navigate an
existing trail: 84
Recalculate the route: 63
System information: 24
View a trail: 83
Select different
route criteria: 63
System logic: A2
Stop calculation: 62
T
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Route guidance: 64
Text and list entries: 26
Route selection limits: 60
Time data: 25
S ..........................Ü
Total trip time: 74
Safety information: 3
Trademark
acknowledgement: 97
Select route criteria: 61
Trail mode: 8, 82, 83
Service: 96
Setting operating
preferences: 20
Sleep mode: 15
Add a trail to
the trail book: 84
Add waypoints
to the trail: 86
Drive the trail: 85
Smart spelling: 29
SmartPower: 21
End trail recording: 87
Name the new trail: 85
Useful tools: 66
V ..........................Ü
Vehicle heading: A2, 65
Vehicle position: 22
Trip data: 8, 72
Voice function: 69
Trip odometer: 74
W
Trip planner: 52, 54
Please drive safely screen: 16
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Add a new trip: 52
Warnings: 3
Continue to another
destination: 59
Warranty: 99
Delete a trip: 54
Waypoints: 82
Finish or
discontinue trip: 59
Z
Map view of trip: 57
Zoom function: 67
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Modify a trip: 55
Navigate a trip: 58
Trip interruptions: 80
Tripod socket: A2
Troubleshooting: 95
Spanish manual: 22, 97
Speaker: A2
Specifications: 94
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Nothing comes close to a Cobra® 101
Optional Accessories
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Optional . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü Theses accessories are available for both the 3000 and 2000 models from a local
accessories
Cobra dealer* or directly from Cobra*. Information on accessories specific to the
To order by phone
2000 model is contained in the NAV ONE 2000 Regional Maps booklet.
Call 773-889-3087
(Press 1 from the main menu)
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Central Time
Mon. through Fri.
(except holidays)
To order by mail or fax
Call 773-889-3087 for pricing.
Please fill out order form and
mail/fax directly to Cobra.
Fax: 773-622-2269
Make check or money
order payable to:
Cobra Electronics Corporation
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707 U.S.A.
Attn: Accessories Department
To order online
Please visit our website at:
www.cobra.com.
Optional . . . . . . . . . . . . Ü
mounting
brackets
120V AC power supply for trip
plan programming in-house
Carrying case
External antenna allows GPS signal
reception in heavily shielded vehicles
and those with heated or metallic
coated windshields.
*The Map Update is available only by download from www.cobra.com or on DVD by telephone to Cobra’s consumer response group at 773-889-3087.
Additional mounting bracket options, that may be more suited to your vehicle, are available at www.cobra.com.
Accessories Order Info
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Ordering From U.S.A.
Call 773-889-3087 for pricing or visit www.cobra.com.
For Credit Card Orders
Call 773-889-3087 [Press one from the main menu] 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central Time,
Monday through Friday.
Make Check or Money Order Payable To
Cobra Electronics, Attn: Accessories Dept.,
6500 West Cortland Street, Chicago, IL 60707 U.S.A.
To Order Online
Please visit our website: www.cobra.com
Item #
Description
MNA-UPD3000
NAV ONE 3000 map update
*(For SKY NAV 2000 see SKY NAV 2000 Regional Maps Booklet)
MNA-120 AC
120V AC adapter
MNA-2300 AC
Carrying case
MNA-2300 EXT
External antenna
MNA-2300 USB
USB cable
MNA-2300 UPGKIT
Upgrade kit
(with AC adapter and USB cable)
©2004 Cobra Electronics Corporation
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707 U.S.A.
www.cobra.com
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The Cobra line of quality products includes:
CB Radios
microTALK® Radios
Radar/Laser Detectors
Safety Alert® Traffic Warning Systems
Handheld GPS Receivers
Mobile GPS Navigation Systems
HighGear® Accessories
CobraMarine™ VHF Radios
Power Inverters
Accessories
For more information or to
order any of our products,
please visit our website:
www.cobra.com
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Utilities

While on or viewing a trail, the here and zoom functions are available on the map as described
in the Useful tools discussion on page 66. In addition, the system treats a trail as a trip relative
to the page function. With it, the  Trip Data screen E can be used to see trail data from the
 Trail Mode screen G as described in the Trip data screen discussion on page 72.
Trail and
waypoint names

The system will apply default names to both trails and waypoints — Trail 1, Trail 2, Trail 3
and Point 1, Point 2, Point 3 and so on. User-defined names of up to ten characters can be
substituted for the default names either as the trails and waypoints are generated or at any
later time. However, the system named points [Beginning] and [End] cannot be changed.
View a trail
on the map
 NOTE
If the trail book is empty,
the system will display
the  Trail Book screen 1
with the option to start a
trail or return to the
 Main menu A.
1
. . . . . . .  At the  Trail Book menu B:

1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trail to be viewed and press the VIEW function
button and the  Map screen C will show the selected trail highlighted in magenta.
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 NOTE
At the  Trail Book menu B:
Selecting [End] as
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trail to be navigated
the starting point for
and press ENTER.
navigating the trail will
2. At the  Trail 1 screen D scroll
or
to the trail
allow retracement of the
waypoint from which to start navigation and press ENTER
trail to the beginning.
or the GO function button.
3. At the  Trail Mode screen G, navigate the magenta highlighted
trail. The selected waypoint will be highlighted in yellow.
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
4. When finished navigating the trail, press MENU or the EDIT function button.
The system will return to the  Main menu A.
Add a trail to. . . . . . 
the trail book
At the  Trail Book menu B or the  Trail Book screen 3:
1. Press the ADD function button to proceed to the  Name Trail Book Entry screen F.
The NAV ONE will automatically enter the “Beginning” point and start recording the trail with
system points (dropping bread crumbs) immediately after the ADD function button is pressed.
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Name the . . . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Name Trail Book Entry menu F:
n ew trail
 The default name can be accepted.
 A user-defined name can be entered.
Accept
default name

At the  Name Trail Book Entry menu F:
1. Press ENTER or the SAVE function button to accept the
default name and proceed to the  Trail Mode screen G.
Enter a userdefined name

At the  Name Trail Book Entry menu F:
1. Press the CLEAR function button to clear the default name.
 NOTE
If the trail book is
already full, the system
will show the  Trail
Book is Full screen 4.
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2. Enter the name of choice using spell mode and press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The name will be saved and the system will proceed to the  Trail Mode screen G.
Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Following activation by pressing of the ADD function button, the system will record the
the trail
path traversed by the vehicle and the waypoints added until the user chooses to end the
trail. The  Trail Mode screen G will show progress on the map.
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Add waypoints . . . . . . . .  At any place on the trail, while at the  Trail Mode screen G:
to the trail
1. Press the HERE function button to proceed to the  GPS Data screen H.
2. Press the SAVE function button to proceed to the  Save or Edit Name menu I.
Name the
waypoint

Accept the
default name

Enter a
user-defined
name

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 NOTE
An attempt to enter more
than 50 waypoints will result
in the  Trail Memory is
Full screen 5 rather than
the  Save or Edit Name
menu I when the SAVE
function button is pressed.
At the  Save or Edit Name menu I:
The default name can be accepted.
 A user-defined name can be entered.

At the  Save or Edit Name menu I:
1. Press ENTER or the SAVE function button to accept the
default name and return to the  Trail Mode screen G.
At the  Save or Edit Name menu I:
1. Press the CLEAR function button to clear the default name.
2. Enter the name of choice using spell mode and press ENTER or the
SAVE function button.
The name will be saved and the system will return to the  Trail Mode screen G.
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End trail recording . . . . .  When the end of the trail is reached, while at the  Trail Mode screen G:
1. Press the STOP function button to proceed to the  Stop Trail screen 6.
2. Press ENTER to confirm the stop and return to the  Main menu A.
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The system will automatically insert the [End] point on the trail.
Edit an . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
existing trail
or waypoint
At the  Trail Book menu B:
1. Scroll
or
to the name of the trail to be edited and press the EDIT function button.
At the  Trail 1 screen J the user can:
 Change a trail name



Delete a trail entirely
Change a waypoint name

Delete a waypoint from the trail
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Change a trail name . . . .  At the  Trail 1 menu J:
1. Scroll
or
to [Edit Name] and press ENTER.

2. At the Name Trail menu 7, press the CLEAR function button
to clear the current name.
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3. Enter the name of choice using spell mode and press ENTER or the SAVE function button.
The name will be saved and the system will return to  Trail Book menu B.
Delete a trail . . . . . . . . . .  At the  Trail 1 menu J:
1. Scroll
or
to [Edit Name] and
press the DELETE function button.
2. At the  Confirm Deletion screen 8,
press ENTER.

The deletion will be confirmed and will
return to the  Trail Book menu B.
 NOTE
The DELETE function button is
also available at the  Name
Trail menu 7 and works to
delete the trail from there as well.
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