Owner`s manual | Garmin 010-00928-02 GPS Receiver User Manual

rino 600 series
owner’s manual
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Getting Started������������������������3
Manual Conventions����������������������4
Battery Information������������������������4
Acquiring Satellite Signals�������������6
Registering Your Device����������������6
Turning On the Backlight���������������6
Locking the Screen������������������������7
About the Radio�����������������������������8
Choosing a Channel����������������������8
Radio Settings�������������������������������9
About Contacts����������������������������10
About Peer-to-Peer Positioning��� 11
Using SAME Weather Alerts��������12
Radio Page Status Indicators������13
Waypoints and Tracks����������15
About Sharing Data���������������������16
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Navigating a Saved Track�����������17
Navigating to a Destination���������18
Navigating to a Contact���������������21
Using Sight ‘N Go������������������������23
Camera and Photos��������������24
Taking a Photo�����������������������������24
Viewing Photos����������������������������24
Customizing Your Device����26
Customizing the Data Fields�������26
Customizing the Home Screen����26
Creating a Custom Profile�����������26
Customizing Specific Pages��������27
System Settings��������������������������28
Display Settings���������������������������29
Setting the Device Tones�������������29
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Map Settings�������������������������������29
Tracks Settings����������������������������30
Changing the Units of Measure���31
Time Settings�������������������������������31
Position Format Settings�������������32
Heading Settings�������������������������32
Altimeter Settings������������������������33
Geocache Settings����������������������34
Routing Settings��������������������������34
Marine Map Settings�������������������35
Resetting Data�����������������������������36
Viewing Device Information���������39
About the Batteries����������������������40
Caring for the Device�������������������41
Data Management�����������������������42
Additional Maps���������������������������45
Optional Accessories�������������������45
Data Field Options�����������������������46
FCC Licensing Information����������53
Trip Computer������������������������������37
Elevation Plot������������������������������37
Viewing the Calendar and
Calculating the Size of an Area���37
Setting an Alarm��������������������������38
Opening the Stopwatch���������������38
Device Information���������������39
Updating the Software�����������������39
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Getting Started
Getting Started
 warning
S ee 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.
Install the batteries (page 4).
Register the device (page 6).
Acquire satellites (page 6).
Set up the radio (page 9).
Mark a waypoint (page 15).
Record a track (page 17).
Navigate to a destination (page 18).
Calibrate the compass (page 19).
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Select to send out a call
tone. If enabled
(page 11), the call key
sends your position when
Getting Started
Hold to turn on or off
the device. Select to
adjust backlight, volume,
squelch level, and to lock
or unlock the screen.
Hold to talk. PTT stands
for push-to-talk.
Manual Conventions
All the pages are found on the home
screen. Use or to scroll through
the pages. The small arrows (>) used in
the text indicate that you should select
a series of items in order, for example,
“Select Delete > Yes.”
Installing the Lithium-ion
note: The lithium-ion battery pack
can be used only with the Rino® 650
and 655t.
1. Locate the battery pack ➊ that
came in the product box.
Battery Information
The device operates on the included
lithium-ion battery pack or four AA
For tips on maximizing battery life and
other battery information, see page 40.
2. Align the metal contacts on the
battery pack with the metal contacts
on the back of the device.
3. Gently press the battery pack into
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4. Turn the D-ring clockwise.
Charging the Lithium-ion
Before you use the device the first
time, charge the battery.
Charging a fully depleted battery takes
6 hours. The device will not charge
when outside the temperature range
from 32°F to 113°F (from 0°C to
1. Plug the AC charger into a standard
wall outlet.
2. Lift weather cap.
3. Plug the small end of the AC
charger into the two-pin connector
4. Charge the device completely.
A fully charged battery can run for
up to 14 hours before it must be
Installing AA Batteries
Instead of the lithium-ion battery pack,
you can use alkaline, NiMH, or lithium
batteries. This is especially handy
when you are on the trail and cannot
charge the lithium-ion battery pack.
Use NiMH or lithium batteries for best
1. Turn the D-ring counter-clockwise,
and remove the cover.
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2. Lift the latch on the cover to
separate the battery compartment.
3. Insert four AA batteries, observing
3. Wait while the device searches for
A question mark flashes while the
device determines your location.
The GPS bars indicate satellite
strength. When the bars are green, the
device has acquired satellite signals.
Registering Your Device
4. Replace the battery cover, and turn
the D-ring clockwise.
5. Update the battery type in the
system settings (page 40).
Acquiring Satellite
It may take 30 to 60 seconds to acquire
1. Go outdoors to an open area.
2. Turn on the device.
• Go to http://my.garmin.com.
• Keep the original sales receipt, or a
photocopy, in a safe place.
Turning On the Backlight
The backlight will turn off after a
period of inactivity. To change the
backlight timeout, see page 29.
• Select .
• Touch the screen.
Alerts and messages also activate the
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Adjusting the Backlight
The backlight levels vary for the
different power sources. For example,
the highest backlight setting while
running on AA batteries is lower
than the highest while running on the
lithium-ion battery. This is to extend
the AA battery life.
1. While the device is on, select .
2. Use + and - to adjust the brightness
Locking the Screen
note: This action does not lock the
1. Select .
2. Select Lock Screen.
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The radio page provides the user
interface for Family Radio Service
(FRS) and General Mobile Radio
Service (GMRS) radio operations.
About the Radio
The Rino has a total of 30 channels and
121 squelch codes.
FRS channels.
GMRS channels.
Repeater channels
(page 9).
GMRS frequencies are regulated by the
FCC. In order to transmit on GMRS
frequencies, you must obtain a license
from the FCC (page 53).
Muting the Radio
1. Select .
2. Select Volume.
Choosing a Channel
1. Select Radio > Channel.
2. Use + or - to select a channel.
Scanning Channels
You can scan the channels for voice
Select Radio > Scan.
Setting Up a Scan List
You can pick which channels and codes
to scan. Selecting specific channels and
codes reduces the scan time and helps
prevent missing a transmission.
> Setup Scanlist.
1. Select
2. Select a channel to add.
3. Select .
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Monitoring for Activity
You can monitor a single channel for
any activity, including static and weak
voice signals. This is helpful if a signal
is going out of range.
Select Radio > Monitor.
Radio Settings
> Setup Radio.
• Send Location—enables you to
send your current location after
each transmission (page 11).
• Allow Polling—enables polling.
Polling allows another Rino user to
get your location by sending a poll
• Power Level—adjusts power level
on GMRS frequencies.
• Weather Alert—allows you to
search for weather alerts on the
current channel or all available
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• Squelch Tone Mode:
◦◦ CTCSS—Continuous Tone
Controlled Squelch System
allows you to ignore unwanted
calls from persons using the
same channel.
◦◦ DCS—Digital-Coded Squelch
allows you to ignore unwanted
calls from persons using the
same channel.
• Repeater Channel—enables the
GMRS repeater channels 15R-22R.
GMRS repeater channels are
not available on devices sold in
Canada. Position reporting is not
allowed by the FCC on repeater
• Headset Type—allows you to
select the type of headset you are
using. To purchase accessories, go
to http://buy.garmin.com or contact
your Garmin dealer.
• Vox Level—Voice operated
transmission controls the sensitivity
level of any Vox accessory.
About Contacts
The first time a signal is received from
another Rino user, the new contact
page appears. From that page, you
can show their location on the map,
navigate to their location (page 21), or
add them to your contacts list.
Adding a New Contact
When a new contact signal is received,
the new contact page appears.
Select OK to save the contact.
Editing Contacts
1. Select Contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Select an item.
4. Select .
Viewing Contacts on the Map
1. Select Contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Select View Map.
note: Notes transmit to all users on
your current channel and code.
You can send notes to other Rino users
on your current channel and code. You
can review previously received notes
from your contacts. You can edit and
save favorite notes to quickly send
them later.
Creating a Note
1. Select Notes > <Send Note> <New
2. Write the note.
The maximum character limit is 13.
3. Select .
4. Select an option:
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• Select Send Note to send
without saving.
• Select Save.
• Select Send and Save.
Sending a Favorite Note
1. Select Notes > <Send Note>.
2. Select a note to send.
3. Select Send Note.
About Peer-to-Peer
note: Locations may only be sent
once every 30 seconds, due to FCC
Enabling Peer-to-Peer
Select Setup > Radio > Send
Location > On.
Sending a Location
Before you can send a location, you
must enable peer-to-peer positioning
(page 11).
Select Share Wirelessly > Send.
Select Use FRS/GMRS.
Select a category.
Select an item.
Select Send.
You can send your location to another
Rino using peer-to-peer positioning.
You can also track the movement of
other Rino users and navigate to their
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Using SAME Weather
note: SAME weather alerts are
available in the US only on the Rino
650 and 655t.
SAME (Specific Area Message
Encoding) weather alerts allow you to
receive county weather alerts on your
1. From the radio page, select
2. Select a channel.
note: You can receive SAME
weather alerts only on the current
weather channel.
The weather radio must remain on
until alerts are received.
Viewing SAME Weather Alerts
on the Map
When you receive a SAME weather
alert, a message appears containing the
alert information. The device shows
your county map with color-coded
watches and warnings.
Select Weather Map to view the
weather alert on the map.
You can scan over a county warning
on the map and select the information
button to see more detailed
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Radio Page Status
Activity on
Radio Off
Ready to
transmit of
Ready to
transmit on
Ready to
A signal is being
received, but does
not match the current
The 2-way radio is
turned off.
FRS channel is
selected and the
device can transmit.
GMRS channel is
selected and the
device can transmit.
The device
is receiving a
transmission on the
selected channel.
The device is set to
a weather channel
and waiting to receive
weather broadcast.
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The device is
receiving a weather
Radio Status Description
Radio -Radio feature is off.
Radio 1/2W Transmit power at
1/2 watts. FRS
channels transmit on
this level only.
Radio 1W
Transmit power at
1 watts.
Radio 2W
Transmit power at
2 watts.
Radio 5W
Transmit power at
5 watts.
note: If your device battery is too
low, the power level is decreased
automatically. The transmit power
is limited to 2 watts in Canada. The
maximum output power of the Rino
610 is 1 Watt.
Status Bar Description
The radio is on.
The radio is receiving.
The radio is transmitting.
Peer-to-peer is enabled
and is ready to transmit
the position.
Weather alert is turned
The radio is muted
(page 8).
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Waypoints and Tracks
Waypoints and Tracks
Waypoints are locations you record and
store in the device.
Creating a Waypoint
You can save your current location as
a waypoint.
Select Mark Waypoint.
Finding a Waypoint
1. Select Where To? > Waypoints.
2. Select a waypoint.
Editing a Waypoint
Before you can edit a waypoint, you
must create a waypoint.
Select Waypoint Manager.
Select a waypoint.
Select an item to edit.
Enter the new information.
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5. Select
Deleting a Waypoint
1. Select Waypoint Manager.
2. Select a waypoint.
3. Select Delete Waypoint.
Increasing the Accuracy of a
Waypoint Location
Waypoint averaging allows you to
increase the accuracy of a waypoint
location by collecting multiple samples
of the waypoint location.
Select Waypoint Averaging.
Select a waypoint.
Move to the location.
Select Start.
When the sample confidence status
bar reaches 100%, select Save.
For best results, collect four to
eight samples for the waypoint,
waiting at least 90 minutes between
Waypoints and Tracks
About Sharing Data
Your device can send or receive data
when connected to another compatible
device. You can share waypoints,
geocaches, routes, and tracks.
Sending and Receiving Data
Before you can share data wirelessly
using ANT+™ wireless technology, you
must be within 10 feet (3 m) of the
compatible Garmin device.
1. Select Share Wirelessly.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
A track is a recording of your path.
The track log contains information
about points along the recorded path,
including time, location, and elevation
for each point.
Managing Track Log Recording
1. Select Setup > Tracks > Track
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.
4. Select an option:
• To record tracks at a variable
rate that creates an optimum
representation of your tracks,
select Auto.
• To record tracks at a specified
distance, select Distance.
• To record tracks at a specified
time, select Time.
5. Select Recording Interval.
6. Select an option to record tracks
more or less often.
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NOTE: Using the Most Often
interval provides the most track
detail and fills up the device
memory quicker.
Viewing the Current Track
The track being recorded is called the
current track.
1. Select Track Manager > Current
2. Select an option:
• To show the current track on the
map, select View Map.
• To show the elevation plot
for the current track, select
Elevation Plot.
Saving the Current Track
1. Select Track Manager > Current
2. Select what you want to save:
• Select Save Track.
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• Select Save Portion, and select
a portion.
Clearing the Current Track
Select Setup > Reset > Clear
Current Track > Yes.
Deleting a Track
1. 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.
Select Track Manager.
Select a saved track.
Select View on Map.
Select Go.
Navigating to a
You can use the Where To? menu to
find a destination to navigate to. Not all
Where To? categories are available in
all areas and maps.
Select Where To?.
Select an item.
Select Go.
Navigate using the map (page 19)
or compass (page 19).
Searching Near a Location
You can use the search feature to find
POIs near a point on the map, your
current location, or a waypoint. This
may require additional maps, see
page 45.
1. Select Where To? >
2. Select an item you want to search
3. Select Use.
4. Navigate using the map (page 19)
or compass (page 19).
Starting a TracBack®
You can navigate back to the beginning
of a track. This can be helpful when
finding your way back to camp or the
trail head.
1. Select Track Manager > Current
Track > View Map.
2. Select Tracback.
The map page opens with your
route marked with a magenta line.
3. Navigate using the map (page 19)
or compass (page 19).
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represents your location on the map.
As you travel, the moves. When you
are navigating to a destination, your
route is marked with a magenta line.
To customize the map settings, see
page 29. To customize the map
dashboard and data fields, see page 27.
Using the Map
You can use the map to navigate an
active route.
1. Select Map.
2. Follow the magenta line to your
Calibrating the Compass
Calibrate the electronic compass
outdoors. Do not stand near objects that
influence magnetic fields, such as cars,
buildings, or overhead power lines.
You should calibrate the compass after
moving long distances, experiencing
temperature changes, or changing the
1. From the compass page, touch and
hold the middle of the compass.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
The device has a 3-axis compass. You
can use a bearing pointer or a course
pointer to navigate to your destination.
Navigating with the Bearing
When navigating to a destination,
the bearing pointer points to your
destination, regardless of the direction
you are moving.
To customize the compass settings, see
page 32.
1. Begin navigation to a destination
(page 18).
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2. Select Compass.
3. Turn until points toward the
top of the compass, and continue
moving in that direction to the
As you drift from the intended course
to the destination, the course deviation
indicator ➍ (CDI) provides the
indication of drift (right or left) from
the course.
About the Course Pointer
The course pointer is most useful if you
are navigating on water or where there
are no major obstacles in your path.
The scale ➌ refers to the distance
between dots on the course deviation
The course pointer ➊ indicates your
relationship to a course line ➋ leading
to the destination. The course line
to your destination is based on your
original starting point.
Navigating with the Course Pointer
Before you can navigate with the
course pointer, you must change the
pointer setting to Course (CDI)
(page 32).
1. Begin navigation to a destination
(page 18).
2. Select Compass.
3. Use the course pointer to navigate
to the destination (page 20).
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Navigating to a Contact
5. Follow the on-screen instructions
to find and download geocaches to
your device.
1. Select Contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Select View Map > Go.
Navigating to a Geocache
1. Select Geocaches.
2. Select Find a Geocache.
3. Select a geocache.
4. Select Go.
Before you can navigate to a contact,
you must save a contact (page 10).
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. Connect your device to a computer
(page 43).
2. Go to www.OpenCaching.com.
3. If necessary, create an account.
4. Sign in.
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A route is a sequence of waypoints that
leads you to your final destination.
Creating a Route
1. Select Route Planner > Create
Route > Select First Point.
2. Select a category.
3. Select the first point in the route.
4. Select Use > Select Next Point.
5. Repeat steps 2–4 until the route is
A route must contain at least two
6. Select
to save the route.
Editing the Name of a Route
1. Select Route Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Change Name.
4. Enter the new name.
5. Select .
Editing a Route
1. Select Route Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Edit Route.
4. Select a point.
5. Select an option:
• To view the point on the map,
select Review.
• To change the order of the point
on the route, select Move Down
or Move Up.
• To add an additional point on
the route, select Insert.
The additional point is inserted
before the point you are editing.
• To remove the point from the
route, select Remove.
6. Select
to save the route.
Viewing a Route on the Map
1. Select Route Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select View Map.
Deleting a Route
1. Select Route Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Delete Route.
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Viewing the Active Route
1. While navigating a route, select
Active Route.
2. Select a point in the route to view
additional details.
Reversing a Route
1. Select Route Planner.
2. Select a route.
3. Select Reverse Route.
Using Sight ‘N Go
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.
4. Use the compass to navigate to the
Starting Navigation to a Man
Overboard Location
You can save a man overboard (MOB)
location, and start navigation back to it.
1. Select Man Overboard > Start.
The map page opens with your
route marked with a magenta line.
2. Navigate using the map (page 19)
or compass (page 19).
Stopping Navigation
Select Where To? > Stop
1. From the main menu, select
Sight ‘N Go.
2. Point the device at an object.
3. Select Lock Direction > Set
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Camera and Photos
Camera and Photos
You can take photos with the Rino
655t. When you take a photo, the
geographic location is automatically
saved in the photo information. You
can navigate to the location like a
waypoint (page 25).
Taking a Photo
1. Select Camera.
2. Turn the device horizontally or
vertically to change the orientation
of the photo.
3. If necessary, select + or - to zoom
in or out.
4. Select
to take a photo.
Viewing Photos
You can view photos you have taken
with the camera (page 24) and photos
you have transferred to the device
(page 25).
1. Select Photo Viewer.
2. Select and to view all the
3. Select a photo to see a larger view
of it.
Sorting Photos
1. Select Photo Viewer.
2. Select .
3. Select Most Recently, Near a
Location, or On a Specific Date.
Viewing the Location of a
1. Select Photo Viewer.
2. Select a photo.
3. Select .
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Camera and Photos
Deleting a Photo
1. Select Photo Viewer.
2. Select a photo.
3. Select > Yes.
Navigating to a Photo
1. Select Where To? > Photos.
2. Select a photo.
3. Select Go.
4. Navigate using the map (page 19)
or compass (page 19).
Uploading and Downloading
Before you can upload photos to
Garmin Connect, you must sign up for
a myGarmin account.
1. Go to http://my.garmin.com, and
log into your myGarmin account.
2. Connect your device to the
computer (page 43).
3. Follow the on-screen directions to
upload or download photos.
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Customizing Your Device
Customizing Your
Customizing the Data
You can customize the data fields that
appear on the screen. For data field
descriptions, see page 46.
1. Select a data field to change.
2. Select a data field data field from
the list.
Customizing the Home
You can customize the pages as they
appear on your device home screen.
1. Select Setup > Main Menu.
2. Select an icon you want to edit.
3. Select an option:
• Select a new position for the
• Select to delete the icon.
Creating a Custom Profile
You can customize your settings and
data fields for a particular activity or
1. Customize the settings as necessary
(page 28).
2. Customize the data fields as
necessary (page 26).
3. Select Setup > Profiles.
4. Select Create New Profile > OK.
Editing a Profile Name
1. Select Setup > Profiles.
2. Select a profile.
3. Select Edit Name.
4. Enter the new name.
5. Select .
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Customizing Your Device
Deleting a Profile
1. Select Setup > Profiles.
2. Select a profile.
3. Select Delete.
Customizing Specific
You can customize the data and
dashboards of the map, compass, trip
computer, and elevation plot.
Enabling the Map Data Fields
By default, the map does not show data
fields. You must enable the data fields
before you can edit them.
1. Select Setup > Map > Data Fields.
2. Select the number of data fields to
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Changing the Data Fields
Before you can change the map fields,
you must enable them (page 27).
1. Open the page for which you will
change the data fields.
2. Select a data field to customize.
3. Select a data field type.
For data field descriptions, see
page 46.
About Dashboards
Each dashboard shows different
information about your route or your
Customizing Dashboards
1. Open the page for which you want
to customize the dashboard.
2. Select an option:
• For the trip computer and
compass, select .
• For the map, select Setup >
Customizing Your Device
3. Select a dashboard.
System Settings
Select Setup > System.
• GPS—sets the GPS to Normal,
Augmentation System/European
Geostationary Navigation Overlay
Service), or Demo Mode (GPS
off). For information about WAAS,
go to www.garmin.com/aboutGPS
• 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.
• Interface—sets the format of the
serial interface:
◦◦ Garmin Spanner—allows
you to use the USB port with
most NMEA 0183-compliant
mapping programs by creating a
virtual serial port.
◦◦ Garmin Serial—Garmin
proprietary format used to
provide PVT protocol data.
◦◦ 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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Customizing Your Device
Display Settings
Select Setup > Display.
• Backlight Timeout—adjusts the
length of time before the backlight
turns off.
Note: To adjust the backlight
brightness, see page 7.
• Background Color—sets the color
used on the device screen.
• Screen Capture—allows you to
take screen captures on the device.
• Battery Save—turns the screen
off after a period of inactivity to
prolong the battery life.
• Screen Calibration—page 29.
Calibrating the Touchscreen
The screen does not normally require
calibration. However, if the screen does
not seem to be responding properly,
calibrate the touchscreen.
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1. Select Setup > Display > Screen
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Setting the Device Tones
You can customize tones for messages,
keys, turn warnings, and alarms.
1. Select Setup > Tones.
2. Select a tone for each audible type.
Map Settings
Select Setup > Map.
• Orientation—adjusts how the map
is shown on the page.
◦◦ North Up—shows north at the
top of the page.
◦◦ Track Up—shows your current
direction of travel toward the
top of the page.
Customizing Your Device
◦◦ Automotive Mode—shows an
automotive perspective with
next-turn information to use
while driving.
• 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.
• Data Fields—page 46.
• Advanced Map Setup—sets the
zoom levels, the text size, and the
detail level of the map.
◦◦ Zoom Levels—selects the zoom
level for map items.
◦◦ Text Size—selects the text size
for map items.
◦◦ Detail—selects the amount
of detail shown on the map.
Showing more detail may cause
the map to redraw more slowly.
◦◦ Shaded Relief—shows detail
relief on the map (if available)
or turns off shading.
• Map Information—allows you to
enable or disable the maps currently
loaded on the device. To purchase
additional maps, see page 45.
Tracks Settings
Select Setup > Tracks.
• Track Log—turns track recording
on or off.
• Record Method:
◦◦ Distance—allows you to record
by entering a specific distance
◦◦ Time—allows you to record by
entering a specific time.
◦◦ Auto—allows you to record the
tracks at a variable rate to create
an optimum representation of
your tracks.
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• Interval—selects a track log
recording rate. Recording points
more frequently creates a moredetailed track, but fills the track log
• Auto Archive—selects an
automatic archive method to
organize your tracks. Tracks are
saved and cleared automatically
based on the user setting.
• Color—changes the color of the
track line on the map.
Time Settings
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.
Changing the Units of
You can customize units of measure for
distance and speed, elevation, depth,
temperature, and pressure.
1. Select Setup > Units.
2. Select a measurement type.
3. Select a unit of measure for the
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Customizing Your Device
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
Select Setup > Position Format.
• Position Format—sets the position
format in which a given location
reading appears.
• Map Datum—sets the coordinate
system on which the map is
• Map Spheroid—shows the
coordinate system the device is
using. The default coordinate
system is WGS 84.
Heading Settings
You can customize the compass
Select Setup > Heading.
• Display—sets the type of
directional heading on the compass.
• North Reference—sets the north
reference of the compass.
• Go To Line/Pointer—allows you
to select how the course appears.
◦◦ Bearing (Small or Large)—the
direction to your destination.
◦◦ Course (CDI)—your
relationship to a course line
leading to a destination.
• Compass—switches from an
electronic compass to a GPS
compass when you are traveling
at a higher rate of speed for a set
period of time (Auto), or turns the
compass off.
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Altimeter Settings
Select Setup > Altimeter.
• Auto Calibration—allows the
altimeter to self-calibrate 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.
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• Plot Type
◦◦ Elevation/Time—records
elevation changes over a period
of time.
◦◦ Elevation/Distance—records
elevation changes over a
◦◦ Barometric Pressure—records
barometric pressure over a
period of time.
◦◦ Ambient Pressure—records
ambient pressure changes over a
period of time.
• Calibrate Altimeter—page 34.
Customizing Your Device
Calibrating the Barometric
You can manually calibrate the
barometric altimeter if you know
the correct elevation or the correct
1. Select Setup > Altimeter.
2. Select Altimeter Calibration.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Geocache Settings
Select Setup > Geocaches.
• Geocache List—allows you to
display the geocache list by names
or codes.
• Found Geocaches—allows you
to edit the number of geocaches
found. This number automatically
increases as you log a find.
• Filter—filters a geocache list for
certain factors, such as level of
• chirp™ Searching—turns on or off
chirp searching. A chirp is a small
accessory that you can program and
leave in a geocache.
• Program chirp™—programs the
chirp accessory. See the chirp
Owner’s Manual at www.garmin
Routing Settings
Select Setup > Routing.
• Guidance Method—sets the
calculation and guidance method
for your routes.
◦◦ Off Road—calculates point-topoint routes.
◦◦ On Road For Time—calculates
on-road routes that require
minimal time to drive.
◦◦ On Road For Distance—
calculates on-road routes that
are shorter in distance.
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◦◦ Prompted—allows you to
select a route calculation mode
before navigating.
Calculates Routes for—optimizes
the routes for the selected
transportation method.
Lock On Road—locks the
position icon, which represents
your position on the map, onto the
nearest road.
Off Road Transitions
◦◦ Auto—automatically routes you
to the next point.
◦◦ Manual—allows you to select
the next point on the route.
◦◦ Distance—routes you to the
next point on the route when
you are within a specified
distance of your current point.
Avoidance Setup—allows you to
select the road type you want to
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Marine Map Settings
Select Setup > Marine.
• Marine Chart Mode:
◦◦ Nautical—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.
• Appearance—allows you to set the
appearance of marine navigation
aids on the map.
• Marine Alarm Setup
◦◦ Anchor Drag Alarm—alarm
sounds when you exceed a
specified drift distance while
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◦◦ Off Course Alarm—alarm
sounds when you are off course
by a specified distance.
◦◦ Deep Water/Shallow Water—
alarm sounds when you enter
water of a specific depth.
Setting up Marine Alarms
1. Select Setup > Marine > Marine
Alarm Setup.
2. Select an alarm type.
3. Select On.
4. Enter a distance.
5. Select .
Resetting Data
You can reset trip data, delete all
waypoints, clear the current track, or
restore default values.
1. Select Setup > Reset.
2. Select an item to reset.
Restoring Default Settings
You can reset all the setup values to the
original settings.
Select Setup > Reset > Reset
Defaults to Factory Settings >
For more information on optional
fitness accessories, see page 45.
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Trip Computer
The trip computer displays your current
speed, average speed, maximum
speed, trip odometer, and other helpful
To customize the trip computer, see
page 27.
Elevation Plot
By default, the elevation plot displays
the elevation for an elapsed time. To
customize the elevation plot, see
page 27.
Viewing the Calendar and
You can view device activity for each
day, as well as almanac information
for the sun and moon information and
hunting and fishing.
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1. Select an option:
• To view device activity for
specific days, select Calendar.
• To view the sunrise, sunset,
moonrise, and moonset
information, select Sun and
• To view the predicted best times
for hunting and fishing, select,
Hunt and Fish.
2. If necessary, use the arrows to view
a different month.
3. Select a day.
Calculating the Size of an
1. Select Area Calculation > Start.
2. Walk around the perimeter of the
area you want to calculate.
3. Select Calculate when finished.
Setting an Alarm
If you are not currently using the
device, you can set the device to turn
on at a specific time.
1. Select Alarm Clock.
2. Select + and - to set the time.
3. Select Turn Alarm On.
4. Select an option.
The alarm sounds at the selected time.
If the device is off at the alarm time,
the device turns on and sounds the
Opening the Stopwatch
Select Stopwatch.
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Device Information
Device Information
Updating the Software
Before you can update the software,
you must connect the device to your
computer (page 43).
Battery type
1. Go to www.garmin.com/products
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
note: Updating the software does not
erase any of your data or settings.
Battery life
Viewing Device
You can view the unit ID, software
version, and license agreement.
Select Setup > About.
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Fully gasketed, high
impact plastic alloy,
water resistant to IEC
60529 IPX7
Lithium-ion battery
pack (010-11599-00)
or Alkaline battery
pack (010-11600-00),
which uses four AA
batteries (alkaline,
NiMH, or lithium)
Up to 18 hours,
typical usage using
AA batteries
Up to 14 hours,
typical usage using
the lithium-ion battery
From 32°F to 113°F
(from 0 to 45°C)
Device Information
From -4°F to 140°F
(from -20°C to 60°C)
About the Batteries
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.
Do not use a sharp object to remove
Contact your local waste disposal
department to properly recycle the
Maximizing Battery Life
You can do various things to increase
the battery life.
• Exit the camera application when
you are not taking photos.
• Turn the backlight off when not
• Lower the backlight brightness
(page 7).
• Decrease the backlight timeout
(page 29).
• Enable battery save mode
(page 29).
Selecting the Battery Type
1. Select Setup > System > Battery
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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.
Caring for the Device
Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents
that can damage plastic components.
Never use a hard or sharp object to
operate the touchscreen, or damage
may result.
Cleaning the Screen
1. Dampen a soft, clean, lint-free cloth
with water, isopropyl alcohol, or
eyeglass lens cleaner.
2. Wipe the screen with the cloth.
3. Thoroughly dry the screen.
Water Immersion
The device is waterproof to IEC
Standard 60529 IPX7. It can withstand
immersion in 1 meter of water for 30
minutes. Prolonged submersion can
cause damage to the device. After
submersion, be certain to wipe dry
and air dry the device before using or
Cleaning the Device
1. Dampen a clean cloth with a mild
detergent solution.
2. Wipe the device with the damp
3. Thoroughly dry the device.
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Extreme Temperatures
Do not store the device where
prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, because it can
cause permanent damage.
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 these file types.
• Files from BaseCamp™ or
Go to www.garmin.com
• GPI custom POI files from the
Garmin POI Loader
• JPEG photo files
• GPX geocache files
Installing a microSD Card
NOTE: The microSD card option is
available only with the Rino 650 and
Memory cards can be used for
additional storage. Also, some maps
are available preloaded on memory
cards. Go to http://buy.garmin.com for
more information.
1. Turn the D-ring counter-clockwise,
and remove the battery pack.
2. Slide the card holder ➊ toward
the top edge of the device, and
lift up, as instructed in the battery
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3. Place the microSD card ➋ in the
device with the contacts facing
4. Close the card holder.
5. Slide the card holder toward the
bottom of the device to lock it.
6. Replace the battery pack, and turn
the D-ring clockwise.
Connecting the Device to a
1. Connect the USB cable to a USB
port on your computer.
2. Pull up the weather cap from the
mini-USB port ➊.
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3. Plug the small end of the USB
cable into the mini-USB port.
Your device and memory card
(optional) appear as removable
drives in My Computer on Windows
computers and as mounted volumes on
Mac computers.
Transferring Files to Your
Before you can transfer files, you must
connect the device to your computer
(page 43).
Browse your computer for the file.
Select the file.
Select Edit > Copy.
Open the “Garmin” or memory card
TIP: You must put photo files in the
Garmin\JPEG folder. You must put
geocache files in the Garmin\GPX
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5. Select Edit > Paste.
Deleting Files
If you do not know the purpose of
a file, do not delete it. Your device
memory contains important system
files that should not be deleted. Be
especially cautious of folders entitled
Your device memory contains
important system files and folders that
should not be deleted.
4. Press the Delete key on your
Disconnecting the USB Cable
1. Complete an action:
• For Windows computers, click
the eject icon in your system
• For Mac computers, drag the
volume icon to the Trash .
2. Disconnect the device from your
Before you can delete files, you must
connect the device to your computer
(page 43).
1. Open the “Garmin” drive or
2. If necessary, open a folder or
3. Select the files.
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Additional Maps
You can use additional maps in the
device, such as BirdsEye satellite
imagery, BlueChart® g2, and City
Navigator® detailed maps. Detailed
maps may contain additional points of
interest, such as restaurants or marine
services. For more information, go to
http://buy.garmin.com or contact your
Garmin dealer.
Optional Accessories
Optional accessories, such as mounts,
preloaded map memory cards, fitness
accessories, and replacement parts, are
available at http://buy.garmin.com or
from your Garmin dealer.
Optional Fitness Accessories
NOTE: The fitness option is available
with only the Rino 650 and 655t.
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Before you can use the fitness
accessory with your device, you
must install the accessory according
to the instructions included with the
You can use optional fitness accessories
including a heart rate monitor or a
cadence sensor with your device.
These accessories use ANT+ wireless
technology to send data to the device.
Using Optional Fitness
1. Bring the device within range (3 m)
of the ANT+ accessory.
2. Select Setup > Fitness.
3. Select Heart Rate Monitor or
Bike Cadence Sensor.
4. Select Search for New.
5. Customize your data fields to view
the heart rate or cadence data
(page 46).
Tips for Pairing ANT+ Accessories
with Your Garmin Device
• Verify that the ANT+ accessory
is compatible with your Garmin
• Before you pair the ANT+
accessory with your Garmin device,
move 10 m away from other ANT+
• 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 Field Options
Data Field
Accuracy of
The margin of
error for your exact
location. For example,
your GPS location is
accurate to within +/12 feet (3.6 m).
The uncalibrated
Ascent The average vertical
distance of ascent.
Ascent The maximum ascent
rate in feet/meters per
Ascent - Total The total elevation
distance ascended.
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Battery Level
Descent Average
The calibrated current
The remaining battery
The direction from
your current location
to a destination.
Revolutions of the
crank arm or strides
per minute.
The direction from
your starting location
to a destination.
The depth of the
water. Requires a
connection to a NMEA
0183 depth-capable
device to acquire data
(page 28).
The average vertical
distance of descent.
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Data Field
Descent Maximum
The maximum
descent rate in feet or
meters per minute.
Descent - Total The total elevation
distance descended.
Distance to
The distance to your
final destination.
Distance to
The remaining
distance to the next
waypoint on the route.
The altitude of your
current location above
or below sea level.
Elevation The highest elevation
Elevation The lowest elevation
ETA at
The estimated time
of day you will reach
your final destination.
Data Field
ETA at Next
The estimated time of
day you will reach the
next waypoint on the
Glide Ratio
The ratio of horizontal
distance traveled to
the change in vertical
Glide Ratio to The glide ratio
required to descend
from your current
position and elevation
to the destination
GPS Signal
The strength of the
GPS signal.
The direction you are
Heart Rate
Your heart rate in
(heart rate
beats per minute
Data Field
Location (lat/
Off Course
Displays the current
position in the default
position format
regardless of the
selected settings.
Displays the current
position in the
selected position
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.
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Data Field
Speed Maximum
Speed Moving Avg.
Speed Overall Avg.
The current rate of
speed at which you
are moving since last
The maximum speed
reached since last
The average speed
of the device while
moving since last
Your average speed
since last reset.
The time of sunrise
based on your GPS
The time of sunset
based on your GPS
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Data Field
Temperature - The temperature of
the water. Requires a
connection to a NMEA
0183 temperaturecapable device to
acquire data
(page 28).
Time of Day
The current time of
day based on your
time settings (format,
time zone, and
daylight saving time).
Time to
The estimated time
needed to reach your
final destination.
Time to Next The estimated time
needed to reach the
next waypoint on the
To Course
The direction in which
you must move to
return to the route.
Data Field
Trip Odometer A running tally of the
distance traveled
since the last reset.
Trip Time A running tally of time
since the last reset.
Trip Time The time spent not
moving since the last
Trip Time A running tally of
distance traveled
since the last reset.
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
you are closing on a
destination along a
Data Field
Vert. Speed to The measurement
of your rate of
ascent or descent
to a predetermined
Vertical Speed Your rate of altitude
gain or loss over time.
Waypoint at
The last point on
a route to your
Waypoint at
The next point on
your route.
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My device will not use Channels 1-7 and 15-22 are GMRS channels. These
channels above 15.
channels are not available on the device unless the
GMRS radio is activated in the radio setup (page 9).
The screen does not 1. Remove the batteries.
respond. How do I
2. Reinstall the batteries.
reset the device?
Note: This does not erase any of your data or settings.
I want to reset all the Select Setup > Reset > Restore Defaults to Factory
customized settings
back to the factory
My device does not
1. Take your device out of parking garages and away
acquire satellite
from tall buildings and trees.
2. Turn on the device.
3. Remain stationary for several minutes.
My device will not
• Ensure the lithium-ion battery is properly installed
(page 5).
• Ensure the temperature is between 32°F and 113°F
(from 0 to 45°C).
• Turn down the backlight (page 7).
My battery gauge does 1. Leave the device on until the battery runs out.
not seem accurate.
2. Fully charge the battery without interrupting the
charge cycle.
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The batteries do not
last long.
How do I know my
device is in USB mass
storage mode?
To learn how to maximize the battery life, see page 40.
On the device, an image of the device connected to a
computer appears.
On your computer, you should see a new removable
disk drive in My Computer on Windows computers and a
mounted volume on Mac computers.
My device is
You may have loaded a corrupted file.
connected to the
1. Disconnect the device from your computer.
computer, but it will not 2. Turn off the device.
go into mass storage 3. Hold while you connect the device to your
4. Continue holding for 30 seconds or until the device
goes into mass storage mode.
I cannot see any new If you have several network drives mapped on your
removable drives in
computer, Windows may have trouble assigning drive
my list of drives.
letters to your Garmin drives. See the help file for your
operating system to learn how to assign drive letters.
I need replacement
Go to http://buy.garmin.com, or contact your Garmin
parts or accessories. dealer.
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FCC Licensing
The Rino two-way radio operates on
General Mobile Radio Service(GMRS)
frequencies regulated by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC)
in the United States. Operation on the
GMRS frequencies is subject to rules
as specified in 47 CFR Part 95.
In order to transmit on GMRS
frequencies, you are required to obtain
a license from the FCC. An individual
18 years of age or older, who is not a
representative of a foreign government,
is eligible to apply for a GMRS license.
To apply for a GMRS license, you
need FCC Form 605 (605 Main Form
and Schedule F) and FCC Form 159.
Download the application forms from
the FCC web site at: http://www.fcc
.gov/Forms/. You can also request
them through the FCC forms hotline at
1-800-418-FORM (1-800-418-3676).
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File Form 605 online at: http://wireless
.fcc.gov/uls/. A filing fee is associated
with this application.
For information on fees, see the FCC
fee information web page at:
.html or at: http://wireless.fcc.gov
For questions concerning the license
application, contact the FCC at
1-888-Call-FCC (1-888-225-5322).
No license is required to operate on
GMRS channels in Canada.
However, GMRS repeater channels are
not approved for use by the Canadian
For use in countries outside of the U.S.
and Canada, please check with that
government for any restrictions of FRS
or GMRS use.
AA batteries 5
accessories 45, 52
fitness 45
microSD card 45
acquiring satellite signals
active route 23
advanced map setup 30
clock 38
marine 36
tones for 29
weather alerts 12
calibrating 34
plot type 33
settings 33
ANT+ accessories 45
automotive mode 29
auto zoom 30
backlight 6, 7
BaseCamp 42
batteries 28, 39, 47
about 40
charging 5
information 4
installing 4
maximizing life 40
selecting the type 40
storage 40
warnings 40
beeps 29
call 3
camera 24
caring for the device 41
long-term storage 41
channels 8
choosing 8
monitoring 8
scanning 8
calibrating 19
navigating 19
settings 32
USB cable 43
wireless accessories 45
wirelessly 16
contacts 10
accepting 10
editing 10
navigating 21
viewing on map 10
course pointer 20
routes 21
waypoints 15
data fields 26
device settings 28–35
profiles 26
dashboard 27
customizing 27
data fields 26, 27
options 46
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files 44
profiles 27
routes 22
tracks 17
waypoints 15
backlight 6
backlight timeout 29
screen capture 29
settings 29
software 39
profiles 26
routes 22
waypoints 15
elevation plot 17
Family Radio Service
(FRS) 8
fitness options 45
General Mobile Radio
Service (GMRS) 8
geocaches 21, 34
downloading 21
navigating 21
settings 33
GPS signals 6, 46, 48, 51
system settings 28
heading settings 32
headset 9
HomePort 42
language 28
locking screen 7
man overboard 23
map 19
datum 32
detail 30
information 30
showing tracks 17
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viewing routes 22
map datum coordinate
system 32
marine settings 35–36
microSD card 45–47
routes 23
search 18
to destination 18
to geocaches 21
to waypoints 15
tracks 17
with bearing pointer 19
with course pointer 20
north up 29
notes 10
sending a note 10
orientation, map 29
enabling 11
positioning 11
sending location 11
photos 24
taking 24
uploading and
downloading 25
viewing 24
position format 32
power 4
creating 26
push-to-talk 4
current track 36
data 36
defaults 36
trip data 36
waypoints 36
routes 21–23
active route 23
avoidance 35
creating 21
deleting 22
editing 22
guidance method 34
navigating 23
settings 34
channels 8
icons 13
scanning 8
set up 9
status indicators 13
recording 16, 30
registering your device 6
SAME weather alerts 12
satellite signals 6, 46,
48, 51
system settings 28
tracks 17
setting up 8
Sight ‘N Go 23
updating 39
version 39
specifications 39
squelch codes 8
stopwatch 38
storing the device 42
system settings 28
text size, maps 30
alarms 38
data fields 49
settings 31
stopwatch 38
sunrise and sunset 49
zone 31
tones 29
TracBack 18
clearing current 17
deleting 17
navigating 17
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recording 16, 30
saving 17
setup 30
viewing 17
track up 29
transferring files 43
using USB 43
wirelessly 16
trip computer 37
troubleshooting 51
zoom 30
unit ID 39
updating software 39
USB cable 52
connecting 43
disconnecting 44
averaging 15
creating 15
deleting 15
editing 15
navigating to 15
weather alerts 12
Rino 600 Series Owner’s Manual
For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the life of
your Garmin products, visit the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com.
© 2011 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
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Garmin Corporation
No. 68, Zhangshu 2nd Road, Xizhi Dist., New Taipei City, 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
July 2011
Printed in Taiwan
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