FMI VCM-50U Indoor Fireplace User Manual

GPSMAP 62 series
®
owner’s manual
For use with the GPSMAP 62,
62s and, 62st
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Table of Contents
Getting Started..................... 1
Manual Conventions................... 1
Device Overview........................ 2
Battery Information..................... 2
Installing the Batteries................ 3
Turning the Device On or Off...... 3
Acquiring Satellite Signals.......... 3
Buttons....................................... 4
Navigating with Waypoints
and Routes........................... 5
Waypoints................................... 5
Routes........................................ 6
Additional Maps.......................... 8
Tracks................................... 9
About Tracks.............................. 9
Navigating a Saved Track........ 10
Using the Main Pages........11
Customizing the Data Fields.....11
Restoring Default Page
Settings...................................11
Map...........................................11
Compass.................................. 13
Using the Compass.................. 14
Using Sight ‘N Go..................... 14
Elevation Plot........................... 15
Opening the Main Menu........... 16
Trip Computer........................... 17
Main Menu Features and
Settings.............................. 18
Geocaches............................... 18
Share Wirelessly...................... 18
Proximity Alarms....................... 19
Profile Change.......................... 19
Area Calculation....................... 19
Satellite..................................... 20
Additional Main Menu Tools...... 20
Customizing Your
Device................................. 22
Customizing Data Fields.......... 22
Data Field Options.................... 22
System Settings....................... 26
Display Settings........................ 27
Setting Up Tones...................... 27
Marine Settings........................ 27
Setting up Marine Alarms......... 28
Resetting Data.......................... 29
Changing the Page
Sequence............................... 29
Customizing the Unit
Settings.................................. 30
Time Settings............................ 30
Position Format Settings.......... 30
Altimeter Settings..................... 31
Geocache Settings................... 32
Routing Settings....................... 32
Fitness...................................... 33
Profiles..................................... 33
Appendix............................ 34
Registering Your Device........... 34
Updating the Software.............. 34
Viewing Important Device
Information............................. 34
Contacting Garmin Product
Support.................................. 34
Using the Backlight................... 35
Specifications........................... 35
Maximizing Battery Life............ 36
About the Batteries................... 37
Buying Optional Accessories.... 38
Using Optional Fitness
Accessories............................ 38
Data Management.................... 39
Attaching the Wrist Strap.......... 42
Attaching the Carabiner Clip.... 43
Caring for the Device................ 43
Troubleshooting........................ 44
Index................................... 46
Getting Started
Getting Started
‹ warning
See the Important Safety and Product
Information guide in the product
box for product warnings and other
important information
When using your device the first time,
you should complete the following
tasks to set up the device and get to
know the basic features.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Manual Conventions
When you are instructed to press
something, use the buttons on the unit.
Use the Rocker to select something in
a list, and then press ENTER (page 4).
The small arrows (>) used in the text
indicate that you should select a series
of items in order, for example, “Select
Delete > Yes.”
Install the batteries (page 3).
Turn on the device (page 3).
Acquire satellites (page 3).
Mark a waypoint (page 5).
Navigate a route (page 7).
Record a track (page 9).
Calibrate the compass (page 13).
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Getting Started
Device Overview
1 Internal antenna
2 Display
1
3 Buttons (page 4)
5 mini-USB port
4
5
2
6
6 MCX connector for GPS
4
7
8
3
(under weather cap)
antenna (under weather cap).
Available only on the GPSMAP
62s and the GPSMAP 62st.
7 microSD™ card slot (under
batteries). Available only on the
GPSMAP 62s and the GPSMAP
62st.
8 Battery compartment
Battery Information
The device operates on two AA
batteries. Use alkaline, NiMH, or
lithium batteries. Use precharged
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Getting Started
NiMH or lithium batteries for best
results (page 37).
Installing the Batteries
1. Remove the battery cover by
turning the D-ring 1/4 turn counterclockwise and pulling up.
2. Insert the batteries, observing
polarity.
Turning the Device On or
Off
Press and hold
.
Setting Your Language
1. Turn on the unit.
2. Use the Rocker to select a
language.
Acquiring Satellite
Signals
It may take 30 to 60 seconds to acquire
signals.
3. Replace the battery cover.
For best results, after you install new
batteries, update the battery type in the
system settings (page 37).
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1. Go outdoors to an open area.
2. If necessary, turn on the device.
3. Wait while the device searches for
satellites.
A question mark flashes while the
device determines your location.
4. Quickly press to open the
backlight status page.
The GPS bars indicate satellite
Getting Started
strength. When the bars are green, the
device has acquired satellite signals.
MENU
Press MENU to open
the options menu for the
page that is currently
open.
Press MENU twice to
open the main menu
(from any page).
PAGE
Press PAGE to scroll
through the main pages
(page 11).
Rocker
Press up, down, right,
and left to select menu
options and to move the
map cursor.
IN
Press IN to zoom in on
the map.
OUT
Press OUT to zoom out
on the map.
Buttons
FIND
Press FIND to open the
search menu.
MARK
Press MARK to save
your current location as a
waypoint.
QUIT
Press QUIT to cancel
or return to the previous
menu or page.
ENTER
Press ENTER to select
options and acknowledge
messages.
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Navigating with Waypoints and Routes
Navigating with
Waypoints and Routes
Editing a Waypoint
Before you can edit a waypoint, you
must create a waypoint.
Waypoints
1. From the main menu, select
Waypoint Manager.
2. Select a waypoint.
3. Select an attribute (such as the
name or location).
4. Enter the new information.
5. Select Done.
Waypoints are locations you record and
store in the device.
Creating Waypoints
1. From any page, press MARK.
2. Select Done.
Navigating to a Waypoint Using
the Search Menu
You can use the search menu to quickly
find waypoints, tracks, routes, and
coordinates that you have saved.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From any page, press FIND.
Select Waypoints.
Select a waypoint.
Select Go.
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Deleting a Waypoint
1. From the main menu, select
Waypoint Manager.
2. Select a waypoint.
3. Press Menu.
4. Select Delete.
Navigating with Waypoints and Routes
Routes
A route is a sequence of waypoints
that leads you to your final destination.
Your device can store up to 50 routes
with up to 250 points each.
Creating a Route
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner > Create Route > Select
First Point.
2. Select a category.
3. Select the first point in the route.
4. Select Use.
5. Select Select Next Point.
6. Repeat steps 2–5 until the route is
complete.
A route must contain at least two
points.
7. Press quit to save the route.
Editing the Name of a Route
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Change Name.
4. Enter the new name.
5. Select Done.
Editing a Route
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Edit Route.
4. Select a point.
5. Select an option:
• Review—shows the point on
the map.
• Move Down (or Up)—changes
the order of the point on the
route.
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Navigating with Waypoints and Routes
• Insert—adds an additional
point on the route.
The additional point is inserted
before the point you are editing.
• Remove—removes the point
from the route.
Viewing a Route on the Map
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select View Map.
Deleting a Route
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Delete Route.
Navigating a Route
1. Press FIND.
2. Select Routes.
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3. Select a route.
4. Select Go.
Viewing the Active Route
1. From the main menu, select Active
Route.
2. Select a point in the route to view
additional details.
Stopping Navigation of a Route
1. From any page, press FIND.
2. Select Stop Navigation.
Navigating a Reverse Route
1. From the main menu, select Route
Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Reverse Route.
4. Select the route again.
5. Select View Map > Go.
Navigating with Waypoints and Routes
Additional Maps
To purchase preloaded detailed map
data cards, go to http://buy.garmin.com
or contact your Garmin dealer.
6. Enter the house number.
7. Enter the street.
8. Select Go.
Finding an Address with City
Navigator®
You can use optional City Navigator
maps to search for addresses, cities,
and other locations. The detailed maps
contain millions of points of interest,
such as restaurants, hotels, and auto
services.
Press FIND.
Select Addresses.
Enter the country.
Enter the city or postal code.
NOTE: Not all map data provides
postal code searching.
5. Select the city.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Tracks
Tracks
About Tracks
Your Garmin device records a track log
while you are moving. You can save
these tracks and navigate to them later.
You can view archived or loaded tracks
by selecting Track Manager from the
main menu.
Managing Track Log Recording
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Tracks > Track Log.
2. Select Record, Do Not Show or
Record, Show On Map.
If you select Record, Show On
Map, a line on the map indicates
your track.
3. Select Record Method.
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4. Select an option:
• Distance—records tracks at a
specified distance.
• Time–records tracks at a
specified time.
• Auto—records tracks at a
variable rate to create an
optimum representation of your
tracks.
5. Select Recording Interval.
6. Select an option to record tracks
more or less often.
NOTE: Using the Most Often
interval provides the most track
detail and fills up the device
memory quicker.
Tracks
Viewing the Current Track
The track being recorded is called the
current track.
1. From the main menu, select Track
Manager > Current Track.
2. Select an option:
• View Map—shows the current
track on the map.
• Elevation Plot—shows the
elevation plot (page 15) for the
current track.
Saving the Current Track
1. From the main menu, select Track
Manager > Current Track.
2. Select what you want to save:
• Save Track—saves the entire
active track.
• Save Portion—allows you to
select a portion of the current
track to save.
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Clearing the Current Track
From the main menu, select Setup
> Reset > Clear Current Track >
Yes.
Deleting a Track
1. From the main menu, select Track
Manager.
2. Select a track.
3. Select Delete > Yes.
Navigating a Saved Track
You must record and save a track
before you can navigate using it.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press FIND.
Select Tracks.
Select a saved track.
Select Go.
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Using the Main Pages
Using the Main Pages
The information needed to operate this
device is found on the following pages:
map, compass, main menu, and trip
computer.
Customizing the Data
Fields
You can customize the data fields that
appear on the main pages. For data
field descriptions, see page 22.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From a main page, press meNu.
Select Change Data Fields.
Select a data field.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Restoring Default Page
Settings
Map
The position icon represents your
location on the map. As you travel,
the position icon moves and leaves a
track log (trail). Waypoint names and
symbols also appear on the map.
Changing the Map Orientation
1. From the map, press MENU.
2. Select Setup Map > Orientation.
3. Select an orientation:
• Select North Up to show north
at the top of the page.
• Select Track Up to show your
current direction of travel at the
top of the page.
• Select Automotive Mode to
show a perspective view.
1. From a main page, press meNu.
2. Select Restore Defaults.
3. Press enter.
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Using the Main Pages
Measuring Distance
You can move the cursor around the
map to measure distance from the
current location.
1. From the map, press MENU.
2. Select Measure Distance.
The device automatically begins
measuring from your current
location.
3. Move the cursor to a point you
want to measure to.
The distance appears at the bottom
of the page.
4. Press quit to stop measuring.
Map Setup Options
From the map, press menu, and
select Setup Map.
• Map Orientation—allows you to
select how the map is displayed
(page 11).
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• Guidance Text—allows you to
select when to show guidance text
on the map.
• Advanced Map Setup
◦ Auto Zoom—automatically
selects the appropriate zoom
level for optimal use on your
map. When Off is selected, you
must zoom in or out manually.
◦ Zoom Levels—map items
draw or appear at or below the
selected zoom level.
◦ Text Size—allows you to select
the text size for map items.
◦ Detail—allows you to select the
amount of map data displayed
on the device.
note: Higher detail settings
may cause the map to redraw
slowly.
• Shaded Relief—shows detail relief
on the map (if available) or turns
off shading.
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• Map Information—allows you to
enable or disable the maps currently
loaded on the device. To purchase
additional maps, see page 38.
Compass
When navigating to a destination,
the bearing pointer points to your
destination, regardless of the direction
you are moving. When the bearing
pointer points toward the top of the
electronic compass, you are traveling
directly toward your destination. If
it points any other direction, turn
toward that direction until the arrow is
pointing toward the top of the compass.
Calibrating the Compass
notice
Calibrate the electronic compass
outdoors. Do not stand near objects that
influence magnetic fields, such as cars,
buildings, or overhead power lines.
note: The three-axis compass is
available only with the GPSMAP 62s
and GPSMAP 62st.
You should calibrate the compass after
moving long distances, experiencing
temperature changes, or changing the
batteries.
1. From the compass, press MENU.
2. Select Calibrate Compass > Start.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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Using the Main Pages
Using the Compass
You can use the compass to navigate an
active route.
1. Press page.
2. Hold the device level.
3. Follow the bearing pointer to
your destination.
Using Sight ‘N Go
NOTE: Sight ‘N Go is available only
with the GPSMAP 62s and GPSMAP
62st.
You can point the device at an object in
the distance, such as a lighthouse, lock
in the direction, and then navigate to
the object.
1. From the main menu, select Sight
‘N Go.
2. Point the device at an object.
3. Select Lock Direction > Set
Course.
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4. Use the compass to navigate to the
object.
Compass Setup Options
From the compass, press menu, and
select Setup Heading.
• Display—shows the type of
directional heading on the compass:
◦ Directional Letters—sets the
compass reading to directional
letters (N, S, E, W).
◦ Numeric Degrees—sets the
compass reading to degrees
(0°–359°).
◦ Mils—sets the compass reading
to mils (0 mils–6399 mils).
• North Reference—sets the north
reference of the compass:
◦ True—sets true north as the
heading reference.
◦ Magnetic—automatically sets
the magnetic declination for
your location.
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◦ Grid—sets grid north as the
heading reference (0°).
◦ User—sets the magnetic
variation value.
• Go To Line/Pointer—allows
you to select how the course is
displayed.
◦ Bearing (Small/Large) indicates
the direction to your destination.
◦ Course indicates your
relationship to a course line
leading to a destination.
• Compass—allows you to switch
from an electronic compass to
a GPS compass when you are
traveling at a higher rate of speed
for a set period of time, or turns the
compass off.
• Calibrate Compass—starts the
compass calibration (page 13).
Elevation Plot
note: The elevation plot page is
available only with the GPSMAP 62s
and GPSMAP 62st.
Calibrating the Barometric
Altimeter
You can manually calibrate the
barometric altimeter if you know
the correct elevation or the correct
pressure.
1. From the elevation plot, press
menu.
2. Select Calibrate Altimeter.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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Elevation Plot Setup Options
From the elevation plot, press menu.
• Change Plot Type—sets the type
of data shown on the elevation plot:
◦ Elevation/Time—records
elevation changes over a period
of time.
◦ Elevation/Distance—records
elevation changes over a
distance.
◦ Barometric Pressure—records
barometric pressure over a
period of time.
◦ Ambient Pressure—records
ambient pressure changes over a
period of time.
• Adjust Zoom Ranges—adjusts
the zoom ranges shown on the
elevation plot page.
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• Reset—resets the elevation plot
data:
◦ Reset Trip Data—resets all
trip data.
◦ Delete All Waypoints—deletes
all saved waypoints.
◦ Clear Current Track—deletes
the track log.
◦ Restore Defaults—restores the
device to factory settings.
Calibrate Altimeter—see page 15.
Opening the Main Menu
The main menu gives you access to
setup screens including waypoints,
tracks, and routes. See page 18 for
main menu settings pages.
From any page, press MENU
twice.
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Trip Computer
The trip computer displays your current
speed, average speed, maximum
speed, trip odometer, and other helpful
statistics.
Trip Computer Setup Options
From the trip computer, press menu.
• Change Dashboard—changes the
theme and information displayed on
the dashboard.
note: Your customized settings
are remembered by the dashboard,
and will not be lost when you
change profiles (page 19).
• Reset—resets all the trip
computer values to zero. For
accurate information, reset the trip
information before beginning a trip.
• Big Numbers—changes the size
of the numbers shown on the trip
computer page.
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Main Menu Features and Settings
Main Menu Features
and Settings
Geocaches
Geocaching is a type of treasure
hunting, in which geocachers seek
hidden treasures using GPS coordinates
posted on the Internet by those hiding
the geocache.
Downloading Geocaches
1. Register your device (page 34).
2. Connect your device to your
computer (page 39).
3. Go to www.garmin.com/products
/communicator.
4. Download the Garmin
Communicator plug-in.
5. Go to www.garmin.com/geocache.
6. Follow the on-screen instructions
to download geocaches to your
device.
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Navigating to a Geocache
1. From the main menu, select
Geocaches.
2. Select Find a Geocache.
3. Select a geocache.
4. Select Go.
Share Wirelessly
note: The share wirelessly feature is
available only with the GPSMAP 62s
and GPSMAP 62st.
Your device can send or receive data
when connected to another compatible
device. You must be within 10 feet
(3 m) of the compatible Garmin device.
Sending and Receiving Data
1. From the main menu, select Share
Wirelessly.
2. Select Send or Receive.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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Main Menu Features and Settings
Proximity Alarms
Proximity alarms alert you when you
are approaching a predetermined area.
Setting a Proximity Alarm
1. From the main menu, select
Proximity Alarms.
2. Select Create New.
3. Select a category.
4. Select a point.
5. Select Use.
6. Enter a radius.
7. Select Done.
Profile Change
When you are using a profile and you
change settings such as data fields,
units of measurement, or position
settings, they are saved automatically
as part of the profile you are using.
Setting a Profile
1. From the main menu, select Profile
Change.
Your current profile is indicated on
the page.
2. Select a profile.
Area Calculation
Calculating the Size of an Area
1. From the main menu, select Area
Calculation > Start.
2. Walk around the perimeter of the
area you want to calculate.
3. Select Calculate when finished.
After you calculate the area, you can
save the track to your device and
change the unit of measure.
For more information about
customizing your profile, see page 33.
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Main Menu Features and Settings
Satellite
The satellite page shows your current
location, GPS accuracy, satellite
locations, and signal strength.
Satellite Settings
From the satellite page, press menu.
• Use With GPS On—allows you to
turn the GPS on and off.
• Track Up—indicates whether
satellites are shown with rings
oriented with North toward the top
of the screen or oriented with your
current track toward the top of the
screen.
• Single Color—allows you to
select whether the satellite page is
displayed in multicolor or single
color.
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• Set Location On Map—allows
you to mark your current location
on the map. This option is available
only when you turn off GPS. You
can use this location to create routes
or search for saved locations.
• AutoLocate® Position—calculates
your GPS position using the
Garmin AutoLocate feature.
Additional Main Menu
Tools
• Calendar—displays a calendar.
• Calculator—displays a calculator.
• Sun and Moon—displays sunrise
and sunset times along with the
moon phase.
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Main Menu Features and Settings
• Alarm Clock—sets an audible
alarm. If you are not currently using
the device, you can set the device to
turn on at a specific time.
• Hunt and Fish—displays the
predicted best dates and times for
hunting and fishing at your current
location.
• Stopwatch—allows you to use a
timer, mark a lap, and time laps.
• Waypoint Averaging—allows you
to refine a waypoint location with
multiple samples to achieve the
most-accurate location possible.
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Customizing Your Device
Customizing Your
Device
Customizing Data Fields
You can customize the data fields
displayed on each main page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From a main page, press meNu.
Select Change Data Fields.
Select a data field.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Data Field Options
** Available only with the
GPSMAP 62s and GPSMAP 62st.
Data Field
Accuracy of GPS
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Description
The margin of error for
your exact location.
For example, your
GPS location is
accurate to within
+/- 12 feet.
Data Field
**Ambient
Pressure
**Ascent Average
**Ascent Maximum
**Ascent - Total
Description
The uncalibrated
environmental
pressure.
The average vertical
distance of ascent.
The maximum ascent
rate in feet/meters per
minute.
The total elevation
distance ascended.
**Barometer
The calibrated current
pressure.
Battery Level
The remaining battery
power.
The direction from your
current location to a
destination.
Revolutions of the
crank arm or strides
per minute.
Bearing
**Cadence
(cadence
accessory
required)
Course
The direction from your
starting location to a
destination.
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Data Field
Depth
**Descent
- Average
**Descent
- Maximum
**Descent - Total
Distance to Dest.
Distance to Next
Elevation
**Elevation
- Maximum
**Elevation
- Minimum
Description
The depth of the water.
Requires a connection
to a NMEA 0183
depth-capable device
to acquire data
(page 27).
The average vertical
distance of descent.
The maximum descent
rate in feet/meter per
minute.
The total elevation
distance descended.
The distance to your
final destination.
The remaining
distance to the next
waypoint on the route.
The altitude of your
current location above
or below sea level.
The highest elevation
reached.
The lowest elevation
reached.
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Data Field
Description
ETA at Destination The estimated time of
day you will reach your
final destination.
ETA at Next
The estimated time of
day you will reach the
next waypoint on the
route.
Glide Ratio
The ratio of horizontal
distance traveled to
the change in vertical
distance.
Glide Ratio To
The glide ratio required
Dest.
to descend from
your current position
and elevation to the
destination elevation.
GPS Signal
The strength of the
Strength
GPS signal.
Heading
The direction you are
moving.
**Heart Rate
Your heart rate in beats
(heart rate monitor per minute (bpm).
required)
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Customizing Your Device
Data Field
Location (lat/lon)
Location
(selected)
Odometer
Off Course
Pointer
Speed
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Description
Displays the current
position in the default
position format
regardless of the
selected settings.
Displays the current
position in the selected
position format.
A running tally of
distance traveled for
all trips.
The distance to the left
or the right by which
you have strayed from
the original path of
travel.
The data field arrow
points in the direction
of the next waypoint
or turn.
The current rate of
speed at which you
are moving since last
reset.
Data Field
Description
Speed - Maximum The maximum speed
reached since last
reset.
Speed - Moving
The average speed
Avg.
of the device while
moving since last
reset.
Speed - Overall
Your average speed
Avg.
since last reset.
Sunrise
The time of sunrise
based on your GPS
position.
Sunset
The time of sunset
based on your GPS
position.
Temperature
The temperature of
- Water
the water. Requires a
connection to a NMEA
0183 temperaturecapable device to
acquire data (page 27).
Time of Day
The current time of
day based on your
time settings (format,
time zone, and daylight
saving time).
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Data Field
Time to
Destination
Description
The estimated time
needed to reach your
final destination.
Time to Next
The estimated time
needed until you reach
the next waypoint on
the route.
To Course
The direction in which
you must move to
return to the route.
Trip Odometer
A running tally of the
distance traveled since
the last reset.
Trip Time - Moving A running tally of time
since the last reset.
Trip Time
The time spent not
- Stopped
moving since the last
reset.
Trip Time - Total A running tally of
distance traveled since
the last reset.
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Turn
Description
The angle of difference
(in degrees) between
the bearing to your
destination and your
current course. L
means turn left. R
means turn right.
Velocity Made
The speed at which
Good
you are closing on a
destination along a
route.
Vert. Speed to
The measurement of
Dest.
your rate of ascent
or descent to a
predetermined altitude.
Vertical Speed
Your rate of altitude
gain or loss over time.
Waypoint at Dest. The last point on
a route to your
destination.
Waypoint at Next The next point on your
route.
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Customizing Your Device
System Settings
From the main menu, select Setup >
System.
• GPS—sets the GPS to Normal,
WAAS/EGNOS (Wide Area
Augmentation System/European
Geostationary Navigation Overlay
Service), or Demo Mode (GPS off).
For information about WAAS, go to
www.garmin.com/aboutGPS/waas
.html.
• Language—sets the text language
on the device.
note: Changing the text language
does not change the language of
user-entered data or map data, such
as street names.
• Battery Type—allows you to select
the type of battery you are using.
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• Interface—sets the format of the
serial interface:
◦ Garmin Serial—Garmin
proprietary format used to
exchange waypoint, route, and
track data with a computer.
◦ NMEA In/Out—provides
standard NMEA 0183 output
and input.
◦ Text Out—provides simple
ASCII text output of location
and velocity information.
◦ RTCM Radio Technical
Commission for Maritime
Services—allows the device
to accept DGPS Differential
Global Positioning System
information from a device
supplying RTCM data in an
SC-104 format.
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Display Settings
Marine Settings
• Backlight Timeout—see page 37.
• Battery Save—see page 36.
• Colors—sets the colors used on the
device screens.
• Main, Setup, Find Style—allows
you to select how the main menu,
setup menu, and search menu
appear.
• Screen Capture—allows you to
take screen captures on the device.
• Marine Chart Mode—allows you
to select a nautical chart or a fishing
chart:
◦ Nautical (requires marine
maps)—displays various map
features in different colors so
that the marine POIs are more
readable. The nautical chart
reflects the drawing scheme of
paper charts.
◦ Fishing (requires marine
maps)—displays a detailed
view of bottom contours and
depth soundings. Simplifies map
presentation for optimal use
while fishing.
From the main menu, select Setup >
Display.
Setting Up Tones
Your Garmin device allows you to
customize the key tones and message
beeps, or to turn off tones.
From the main menu, select Setup >
Marine.
From the main menu, select Setup
> Tones.
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• Spot Soundings—allows you to
turn spot soundings on and set
dangerous depths.
• Light Sectors—displays the sector
in which a navigational light is
visible. You can select On to show
light sectors at all times, or you can
select Auto to allow the device to
automatically filter out light sectors
depending on the zoom level.
• Symbol Set—allows you to show
NOAA or IALA symbols on the
map.
• Marine Alarm Setup—sets the
anchor drag alarm, off course
alarm, deep water alarm, and
shallow water alarm.
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Setting up Marine Alarms
Setting the Anchor Drag Alarm
You can set an alarm to sound when
you exceed a specified drift distance
while anchored.
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Marine Settings.
2. Select Anchor Drag Alarm > On.
3. Enter a distance.
4. Select Done.
Setting the Off Course Alarm
You can set an alarm to sound when
you are off course by a specified
distance.
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Marine Settings.
2. Select Off Course Alarm > On.
3. Enter a distance.
4. Select Done.
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Setting the Deep Water or
Shallow Water Alarm
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Marine Settings.
2. Select Shallow Water > On to set
an alarm to sound when the depth is
less than the specified value.
3. Enter the depth that triggers the
shallow water alarm.
4. Select Done.
5. Select Deep Water > On to set an
alarm to sound when the depth is
greater than the specified value.
6. Enter the depth that triggers the
deep water alarm.
7. Select Done.
Resetting Data
You can reset trip data, delete all
waypoints, clear the current track, or
restore default values.
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1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Reset.
2. Select an item to reset.
Changing the Page
Sequence
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Page Sequence.
2. Select a page.
3. Select Move.
4. Move the page up or down the list.
5. Press Enter.
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Adding a Page
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Page Sequence.
2. Select Add Page.
3. Select a page to add.
Removing a Page
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Page Sequence.
2. Select a page.
3. Select Remove.
4. Press Enter.
Customizing the Unit
Settings
You can customize units of measure for
distance and speed, elevation, depth,
temperature, and pressure.
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Units.
2. Select a setting.
3. Select a unit for the setting.
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4. Repeat steps 2–3 for each setting
you want to customize.
Time Settings
From the main menu, select Setup >
Time.
• Time Format—allows you to
select a 12-hour or a 24-hour
display time.
• Time Zone—allows you to select
the time zone for the device. You
can select Automatic to set the
time zone automatically based on
your GPS position.
Position Format Settings
Note: Do not change the position
format or the map datum coordinate
system unless you are using a map or
chart that specifies a different position
format.
From the main menu, select Setup >
Position Format.
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• Position Format—sets the position
format in which a given location
reading appears.
• Map Datum—sets the coordinate
system on which the map is
structured.
• Map Spheroid—shows the
coordinate system the device is
using. The default coordinate
system is WGS 84.
Altimeter Settings
From the main menu, select Setup >
Altimeter.
• Auto Calibration—the altimeter
self-calibrates each time you turn
the device on.
• Barometer Mode
◦ Variable Elevation—the
barometer functions while you
are moving.
◦ Fixed Elevation—the
barometer functions while you
are stationary.
• Pressure Trending
◦ Save When Power On—
records pressure data only when
the device is turned on. This
can be useful when you are
watching for pressure fronts.
◦ Save Always—records pressure
data every 15 minutes, even
when the device is turned off.
• Plot Type
◦ Elevation/Time—records
elevation changes over a period
of time.
◦ Elevation/Distance—records
elevation changes over a
distance.
◦ Barometric Pressure—records
barometric pressure over a
period of time.
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◦ Ambient Pressure—records
ambient pressure changes over a
period of time.
Geocache Settings
From the main menu, select Setup >
Geocaches.
• Geocache List—allows you to
show the geocache list by names
or codes.
• Found Geocaches—allows you
to enter the number of geocaches
found.
Routing Settings
From the main menu, select Setup >
Routing.
• Guidance Method—allows you
to select a guidance method for
calculating your route.
◦ Off Road—calculates point-topoint routes.
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◦ On Road For Time (requires
routable maps)—calculates onroad routes that require minimal
time to drive.
◦ On Road For Distance
(requires routable maps)—
calculates on-road routes that
are shorter in distance.
• Calculates Routes for—allows you
to select a transportation method in
order to optimize your route.
• Lock On Road—locks the current
location marker on the nearest road,
compensating for variances in map
position accuracy (requires routable
maps).
• Off Road Transitions
◦ Auto—automatically routes you
to the next point.
◦ Manual—allows you to select
the next point on the route by
using the point on the active
route page.
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◦ Distance—routes you to the
next point on the route when
you are within a specified
distance of your current point.
• Avoidance Setup (requires routable
maps)—allows you to select the
road type you want to avoid.
Fitness
Saving a Custom Profile
You can customize your settings for
a particular activity or trip. After you
have made all the changes, you must
save them as a custom profile.
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Profiles.
2. Select Create New Profile > OK.
Profiles
Editing a Profile Name
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Profiles.
2. Select a profile.
3. Select Edit Name.
4. Enter the new name.
5. Select Done.
You can select Recreational, or save a
custom profile for your device.
Deleting a Profile
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> Profiles.
2. Select a profile.
3. Select Delete.
For more information on optional
fitness accessories, see page 38.
Profiles are a collection of settings that
allow you to optimize your device from
one type of use to another, such as
moving from marine use to recreational
use.
To change profiles, see page 19.
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Appendix
Registering Your Device
Help us better support you by
completing our online registration
today.
• Go to http://my.garmin.com.
• Keep the original sales receipt, or a
photocopy, in a safe place.
Updating the Software
You must connect the device to your
computer to update the software
(page 39).
1. Go to www.garmin.com
/webupdater.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
note: This does not erase any of your
data or settings.
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Viewing Important Device
Information
You can view the unit ID, software
version, and license agreement.
From the main menu, select Setup
> About.
Contacting Garmin
Product Support
You can contact Garmin Product
Support if you have any questions
about this product.
• In the USA, go to www.garmin
.com/support, or contact Garmin
USA by phone at (913) 397.8200 or
(800) 800.1020.
• In the UK, contact Garmin (Europe)
Ltd. by phone at 0808 2380000.
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• In Europe, go to www.garmin.com
/support and click Contact
Support for in-country support
information, or contact Garmin
(Europe) Ltd. by phone at +44 (0)
870.8501241.
Using the Backlight
The backlight is activated any time you
press a button. Alerts and messages
also activate the backlight.
Display
(diagonal)
2.6 in. (66 mm)
Resolution
(W × H)
160 × 240 pixels,
backlit 65K color TFT
display
Water
resistance
Fully gasketed, high
impact plastic alloy,
waterproof to IEC
529-IPX-7
Data storage
•
NOTE: To change the backlight
settings, see page 37.
Quickly press
backlight.
•
to turn on the
Specifications
Physical size
(W × H × D)
2.6 × 6.0 × 1.2 in.
(6.6 × 15.2 × 3.0 cm)
Weight
7.8 oz. (222.3 g) with
batteries
•
•
Computer
interface
1.7GB
(approximatley) for
the GPSMAP 62
and GPSMAP 62s
The GPSMAP 62s
and GPSMAP 62st
have a microSD
card slot for
additional data
storage.
500MB
(approximately) for
the GPSMAP 62st:
No memory battery
is required.
USB
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Battery type
Two AA batteries
(alkaline, NiMH, or
lithium)
See page 37.
DGPS
From 10 to 16 ft. (from
3 to 5 m) 95% typical
(WAAS accuracy in
North America)
Battery life
Up to 20 hours, typical
usage
Altimeter
Operating
temperature
range
From 5°F to 158°F
(from -15 to 70°C)
See page 37.
The barometric
altimeter is available
only with the GPSMAP
62s and GPSMAP 62st.
Compass
Radio
frequency/
protocol
2.4 GHz/ANT+ wireless
communications
protocol
The three-axis
compass is available
only with the GPSMAP
62s and GPSMAP 62st.
GPS accuracy
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•
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< 33 ft. (10 m) 95%
typical use
GPS is subject
to accuracy
degradation to 100
m 2DRMS under
the U.S. DoD
imposed Selective
Availability (SA)
Program when
activated.
Maximizing Battery Life
Using the Battery Save Option
Use the battery save option to save
battery power and prolong battery life.
From the main menu, select Setup
> Display > Battery Save > On.
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Decreasing the Backlight
Extensive use of screen backlighting
can significantly reduce battery life.
You can adjust the backlight brightness
and decrease the backlight timeout to
maximize battery power.
1. Quickly press to open the
backlight status page.
2. Use the Rocker to adjust the
brightness.
Adjusting the Backlight
Timeout
From the main menu, select Setup
> Display > Backlight Timeout.
About the Batteries
‹ warning
See the Important Safety and Product
Information guide in the product
box for product warnings and other
important information.
The temperature rating for the device
may exceed the usable range of some
batteries. Alkaline batteries can rupture
at high temperatures. Alkaline batteries
lose a significant amount of their
capacity as temperature decreases. Use
lithium batteries when operating the
device in below-freezing conditions.
Selecting the Battery Type
1. From the main menu, select Setup
> System > Battery Type.
2. Select Alkaline, Lithium, or
Rechargeable NiMH.
Long-Term Storage
When you do not plan to use the
device for several months, remove the
batteries. Stored data is not lost when
batteries are removed.
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Buying Optional
Accessories
Go to http://buy.garmin.com,
or contact your Garmin dealer
for information about optional
accessories, preloaded map data
cards, fitness accessories, and
replacement parts.
Using Optional Fitness
Accessories
NOTE: The fitness option is available
only with the GPSMAP 62s and
GPSMAP 62st.
Before you can use the fitness
accessory with your device, you must
install the accessory according to the
instructions that are included with the
accessory.
These accessories use ANT+™ wireless
technology to send data to the device.
1. Bring the device within range (3 m)
of the ANT+ accessory.
2. From the main menu, select Setup
> Fitness.
3. Select an option:
• Select Heart Rate Monitor >
On.
• Select Bike Cadence Sensor
> On.
You can view heart rate and cadence
data by customizing your data fields
(page 22).
You can use optional fitness accessories
including a heart rate monitor or a
cadence sensor with your device.
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Tips for Pairing ANT+
Accessories with Your Garmin
Device
• Verify that the ANT+ accessory
is compatible with your Garmin
device.
• Before you pair the ANT+
accessory with your Garmin device,
move 10 m away from other ANT+
accessories.
• Bring the Garmin device within
range (3 m) of the ANT+ accessory.
• After you pair the first time, your
Garmin device automatically
recognizes the ANT+ accessory
each time it is activated. This
process occurs automatically when
you turn on the Garmin device and
only takes a few seconds when
the accessories are activated and
functioning correctly.
• When paired, your Garmin device
only receives data from your
accessory, and you can go near
other accessories.
Data Management
note: The device is not compatible
with Windows® 95, 98, Me, or NT. It is
also not compatible with Mac® OS 10.3
and earlier.
File Types
The device supports the following file
types:
• Files from BaseCamp™ or
HomePort™. Go to www.garmin
.com.
• GPI custom POI files from the
Garmin POI Loader.
Installing a microSD Card
NOTE: The microSD card option is
available only with the GPSMAP 62s
and GPSMAP 62st.
You can purchase microSD memory
cards from an electronics supplier, or
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purchase preloaded detailed map data
cards from your Garmin dealer. In
addition to map and data storage, the
memory cards can be used to store files
such as images, cartridges, geocaches,
routes, waypoints, and custom POIs.
1. Remove the battery cover by
turning the D-ring 1/4 turn counterclockwise and pulling up.
2. Slide up and pull out the metal
cover.
3. Align the metal contacts, and place
the card in the slot.
microSD card
slot
4. Push in and slide down the metal
cover.
5. Replace the batteries and the
battery cover.
Removing a microSD Card
1. Slide up and pull out the metal
cover.
2. Remove the card from the slot.
3. Push in and slide down the metal
cover.
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4. Replace the batteries and the
battery cover.
Connecting the USB Cable
notice
To prevent corrosion, thoroughly
dry the mini-USB port, the weather
cap, and the surrounding area before
charging or connecting to a computer.
1. Connect the USB cable to a USB
port on your computer.
2. Pull up the weather cap from the
mini-USB port.
3. Plug the small end of the USB
cable into the mini-USB port.
Your device and micro SD card
(optional) appear as removable
drives in My Computer on
Windows computers and as
mounted volumes on Mac
computers.
Transferring Files to Your
Computer
After you have connected the device
to your computer, you can copy and
paste files from your computer into the
device drives/volumes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Browse your computer for the file.
Select the file.
Select Edit > Copy.
Open the “Garmin” or memory card
drive/volume.
5. Select Edit > Paste.
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Deleting Files
NOTICE
Your device memory contains
important system files and folders that
should not be deleted.
Before you can delete files, you must
connect the device to your computer
(page 39).
1. Open the “Garmin” drive or
volume.
2. If necessary, open a folder or
volume.
3. Select the files.
4. Press the Delete key on your
keyboard.
Disconnecting the USB Cable
1. Complete an action:
• For Windows computers, click
the eject icon
in your
system tray.
• For Mac computers, drag the
volume icon to the Trash .
2. Disconnect the device from your
computer.
Attaching the Wrist Strap
1. Place the loop of the wrist strap
through the slot opening at the
bottom of the device.
2. Route the strap through the loop,
and pull it tight.
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Attaching the Carabiner
Clip
1. Position the carabiner clip in the
slots on the mounting spine.
2. Slide the clip up until it locks in
place.
Removing the Carabiner Clip
Lift the bottom of the clip and
gently push down on the carabiner
clip until it releases.
Caring for the Device
NOTICE
Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents
that can damage plastic components.
Cleaning the Device
1. Use a cloth dampened with a mild
detergent solution.
2. Wipe it dry.
Cleaning the Screen
1. Use a soft, clean, lint-free cloth.
2. If necessary, use water, isopropyl
alcohol, or eyeglass lens cleaner.
3. Apply the liquid to the cloth, and
gently wipe the screen with the
cloth.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The screen or buttons do
not respond. How do I
reset the device?
I want to reset all the
customized settings
back to the factory
defaults.
My device does not
acquire satellite signals.
The batteries do not last
long.
How do I know my
device is in USB mass
storage mode?
My device is connected
to the computer, but it
will not go into mass
storage mode.
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Solution
1. Remove the batteries.
2. Reinstall the batteries.
Note: This does not erase any of your data or settings.
From the main menu, select Setup > Reset > Reset All
Settings.
1. Take your device out of parking garages and away from tall
buildings and trees.
2. Turn on the device.
3. Remain stationary for several minutes.
Decrease the backlight settings (page 37).
On the device, a screen appears showing the Garmin logo and
the USB symbol. On your computer, you should see a new
removable disk drive in My Computer on Windows computers
and a mounted volume on Mac computers.
You may have loaded a corrupted file.
1. Disconnect the device from your computer.
2. Turn off the device.
3. Press and hold the Rocker while you connect the device to
your computer.
Continue pressing the Rocker for 10 seconds or until the
device goes into mass storage mode.
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Problem
I cannot see any new
removable drives in my
list of drives.
Solution
If you have several network drives mapped on your computer,
Windows may have trouble assigning drive letters to your
Garmin drives. See the Help file for your operating system to
learn how to assign drive letters.
I need replacement parts Go to http://buy.garmin.com, or contact your Garmin dealer.
or accessories.
I want to buy an external Go to http://buy.garmin.com, or contact your Garmin dealer.
GPS antenna.
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Index
Index
A
accessories 38, 45
fitness 38
microSD card 38
acquiring satellite
signals 44
active route 7
alarms
marine 28
proximity 19
time 21
altimeter
calibrating 15
plot type 31
settings 31
ANT+ accessories 38
area calculation 19
AutoLocate 20
B
backlight 35, 37
BaseCamp 39
batteries 22, 26, 36
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about 37
information 2
installing 3
maximizing life 36
selecting the type 37
storage 37
warnings 37
beeps 27
buttons 4
wireless accessories 38
wirelessly 18
creating
routes 6
waypoints 5
customizing
data fields 11
device settings 26–33
profiles 33
C
calculator 20
calendar 20
calibrating
altimeter 15
compass 15
carabiner clip 43
caring for the device 43
long-term storage 37
compass
calibrating 13
navigating 13
setup options 14
connecting
USB cable 41
D
dashboard
change 17
data fields 11
options 22
data storage 35
deleting
files 42
profiles 33
routes 7
tracks 10
waypoints 5
display
backlight 35
backlight timeout 27
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screen capture 27
settings 27
downloading
software 34
E
editing
profiles 33
routes 6
waypoints 5
elevation plot 10, 15
barometric altimeter 15
reset 16
setup 15
ENTER button 4
F
FIND button 4, 5, 7, 8, 10
fitness options 38
G
Garmin Product
Support 34
geocaches 18, 32
downloading 18
navigating 18
settings 31
GPS signals 3, 20, 22, 23,
36, 44
system settings 26
turning off GPS 20
H
HomePort 39
hunting and fishing
times 21
L
language 3, 26
M
main menu
settings 18
map 11
changing orientation 11
datum 31
detail 12
information 13
measuring distance 12
setup options 12
showing tracks 10
viewing routes 7
map datum coordinate
system 30
marine settings 27–28
MARK button 4
measuring
area 19
distance 12
MENU button 4, 11, 16, 22
microSD card 38–40
moonphase 20
N
navigating
compass 13
routes 7
to geocaches 18
to waypoints 5
tracks 10
P
PAGE button 4
pages
adding a page 30
removing 30
sequence 29
position format 30
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power button 3, 4, 35, 37
profiles 19
change 19
creating 33
setting 19
proximity alarms 19
Q
QUIT button 4
R
recording
tracks 9
registering your device 34
reset
current track 29
data 29
defaults 29
trip data 29
waypoints 29
restoring default
settings 11
Rocker 4
routes
active route 7
avoidance 33
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creating 6
deleting 7
editing 6
guidance method 32
navigating 7
settings 32
S
satellite signals 3, 20, 22,
23, 36, 44
AutoLocate 20
system settings 26
turning off GPS 20
saving
tracks 10
search menu 4, 5
Sight ‘N Go 14
software
updating 34
version 34
specifications 35
stopwatch 21
sun and moon times 20
system settings 26
T
time
alarms 21
data fields 24
settings 30
stopwatch 21
sunrise and sunset 20,
24
zone 30
times
hunting and fishing 21
tones 27
tracks
about 9
clearing current 10
deleting 10
navigating 10
recording 9
saving 10
viewing 9
transferring files 41
using USB 41
wirelessly 18
trip computer 17
troubleshooting 44
GPSMAP 62 Series Owner’s Manual
Index
U
unit ID 34
updating
software 34
USB cable 44
connecting 41
disconnecting 42
W
waypoints
averaging 21
creating 5
deleting 5
editing 5
navigating to 5
wrist strap 42
Z
zooming 4, 12
zoom ranges 16
GPSMAP 62 Series Owner’s Manual49
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