Garmin 3200 GPS Receiver User Manual

iQue 3200
integrated handheld
Que applications guide
™
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Introduction
Software Agreement
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Introduction
Warranty Information
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Limited Warranty
This Garmin product is warranted to be free from defects in materials
or workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Within this
period, Garmin will at its sole option, repair or replace any components
that fail in normal use. Such repairs or replacement will be made at no
charge to the customer for parts or labor, provided that the customer
shall be responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not
cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident or unauthorized alteration
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software or offer a full refund of the purchase price at its sole discretion.
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unit should be securely packed with the tracking number clearly written
on the outside of the package. The unit should then be sent, freight
charges prepaid, to any Garmin warranty service station. A copy of the
original sales receipt is required as the proof of purchase for warranty
repairs.
The Garmin iQue 3200 has no user-serviceable parts. Should you
ever encounter a problem with your unit, please take it to an authorized
Garmin dealer for repairs.
The iQue 3200 is fastened shut. Any attempt to open the case to
change or modify the unit in any way will void your warranty and may
result in permanent damage to the equipment.
Introduction
Warranty Information
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 E 151st Street,
Olathe, Kansas 66062 U.S.A.
Tel. 913/397.8200
Fax. 913/397.8282
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
Unit 5, The Quadrangle,
Abbey Park Industrial Estate,
Romsey, SO51 9AQ U.K.
Tel. 44/1794.519944
Fax. 44/1794.519222
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Introduction
FCC Compliance Information
The iQue 3200 complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class
B digital devices FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. These limits are designed to
provide more reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation, and are more stringent than “outdoor” requirements.
Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one of the following measures:
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The iQue 3200 does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Repairs should only
be made by an authorized Garmin service center. Unauthorized repairs or modifications could result in permanent damage to the equipment, and void your
warranty and your authority to operate this device under Part 15 regulations.
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CAUTION: Use the iQue 3200 at your own risk. To reduce the risk
of unsafe operation, carefully review and understand all aspects of this
Owner’s Manual—and thoroughly practice operation using the simulator
mode prior to actual use. When in actual use, carefully compare indications from the iQue 3200 to all available navigation sources, including
the information from other NAVAIDs, visual sightings, charts, etc. For
safety, always resolve any discrepancies before continuing navigation.
CAUTION: It is the user’s responsibility to use this product prudently. This product is intended to be used only as a navigational aid
and must not be used for any purpose requiring precise measurement of
direction, distance, location or topography. This product should not be
used as an aid to determine ground proximity for aircraft navigation.
CAUTION: The electronic chart is an aid to navigation and is designed to facilitate the use of authorized government charts, not replace
them. Only official government charts and notices to mariners contain
all information needed for safe navigation – and, as always, the user is
responsible for their prudent use.
MAP DATA INFORMATION: One of the goals of Garmin is to
provide customers with the most complete and accurate cartography
that is available to us at a reasonable cost. We use a combination of
governmental and private data sources, which we identify as required in
product literature and copyright messages displayed to the consumer.
Virtually all data sources contain inaccurate or incomplete data to
some degree. This is particularly true outside the United States, where
complete and accurate digital data is either not available or prohibitively
expensive.
Introduction
Warnings and Precautions
WARNING: The Global Positioning
System (GPS) is operated by the United States
government, which is solely responsible for
its accuracy and maintenance. The system
is subject to changes which could affect
the accuracy and performance of all GPS
equipment. Although the Garmin iQue 3200
is a precision electronic NAVigation AID
(NAVAID), any NAVAID can be misused or
misinterpreted and, therefore, become unsafe.
WARNING: This product, its packaging,
and its components contain chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or reproductive harm. This Notice is
being provided in accordance with California’s
Proposition 65. If you have any questions
or would like additional information, please
refer to our web site at http://www.garmin.com/
prop65.
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Introduction
Warnings and Precautions
Important
Because the Garmin iQue handheld can be
used for vehicular navigation, important safety
considerations must be observed. Please read
and observe the instructions on this page.
Do Not Mount Where Driver’s
Field of Vision is Blocked
Do Not Mount in
Front of Airbag Panels
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Do Not Place Unsecured
on the Vehicle Dash
Do Not Mount in Front of an
Airbag Field of Deployment
Safety Warnings and Cautions—Read This First!
WARNING: For use in vehicles, it is the sole responsibility of the
owner/operator of the iQue 3200 handheld to place and secure the unit
so that it will not interfere with the vehicle operating controls and safety
devices, obstruct the driver’s view of driving conditions, or cause damage
or personal injury in the event of an accident.
Do not mount the iQue handheld over airbag panels or in the field
of airbag deployment. Airbags expand with a rapid force that can propel
objects in their path towards the vehicle driver or passengers causing possible injury. Refer to airbag safety precautions contained in the
vehicle owner’s manual.
Do not mount the iQue handheld in a place where the driver or
passengers are likely to impact it in a collision. The mounting hardware
provided by Garmin is not warranted against collision damage or the
consequences thereof.
WARNING: When used in vehicles, it is the sole responsibility of the
driver of the vehicle to operate the vehicle in a safe manner, maintain full
surveillance of all driving conditions at all times, and not become distracted by the iQue handheld to the exclusion of safe driving practices.
It is unsafe to operate the controls of the iQue handheld while you are
driving. Failure by the driver of a vehicle equipped with an iQue handheld to pay full attention to operation of the vehicle and road conditions
while the vehicle is in motion could result in an accident with property
damage and personal injury.
The Garmin iQue 3200 handheld is designed to use Garmin GPS
technology integrated with the Palm OS® (Operating System) to not only
manage your personal data but also to provide you with navigational
guidance. Your iQue handheld comes with three manuals.
Introduction
About the Manuals
Que Applications Guide
This Que Applications Guide describes how to use the installed Que
add-on applications used for navigation.
“Read This First” - Setup Guide
The Setup Guide gives you computer connection and software installation instructions, and other important details. Before reading the other
manuals, read the Setup Guide printed on the Setup CD case.
Operating Instructions
The Operating Instructions, available only on the Setup CD, describe
all you need to know about how to use your iQue handheld and the applications that come with it. This manual shows you how to:
• Turn On and Off your iQue handheld, reset the iQue handheld,
enter data, and maintain your iQue.
• Use the HotSync® operation with your computer.
• Exchange data with another handheld, and back-up data or
transfer data into a different iQue.
• Personalize your iQue with your own setting preferences.
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Introduction
Table of Contents
Introduction................................................... i-x
Software Agreement ................................................................... i
Software License Agreement ....................................................i
Warranty Information ................................................................. ii
Limited Warranty ...................................................................ii
FCC Compliance Information..................................................... iv
Warnings and Precautions .......................................................... v
Important ..............................................................................vi
Safety Warnings and Cautions—Read This First!...................vi
About the Manuals ................................................................... vii
Que Applications Guide .......................................................vii
“Read This First” - Setup Guide ............................................vii
Operating Instructions .........................................................vii
Table of Contents .................................................................... viii
Overview ......................................................1-2
Setting Up your iQue 3200 ......................................................... 1
Setting up and Customizing your iQue 3200 .........................1
Initializing the GPS Receiver ..................................................1
Customizing the iQue 3200’s Units Settings ...........................1
Using the Que Applications Hard Button ...............................2
QueGPS ....................................................................................... 3
Using QueGPS .......................................................................3
Que Applications Launcher
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Que Applications ........................................3-45
Satellite Status Page ................................................................4
GPS Receiver Status ................................................................5
Establishing a New Location ..................................................7
Entering a New Elevation .......................................................7
QueMap ...................................................................................... 8
Using QueMap .......................................................................8
Viewing the Map Page ............................................................8
Using the QueMap Application Selector Icons ......................10
Using Preferences for QueMap .............................................12
Location Formats and Map Datums ......................................13
QueFind .................................................................................... 14
Using QueFind .....................................................................14
Selecting Cities .....................................................................16
Finding an Address ..............................................................17
Finding an Intersection ........................................................19
Finding Points of Interest .....................................................20
Using Waypoints ..................................................................21
QueTracks ................................................................................. 28
Using QueTracks ..................................................................28
Saved Track Details ..............................................................29
Using QueTrack Preferences .................................................29
QueRoutes ................................................................................ 30
Using QueRoutes .................................................................30
Creating Routes ....................................................................31
Using QueMap to Select a Destination..................................32
Using the Address Book to Select a Destination ....................33
Using the Date Book to Select a Destination .........................34
Recalculating a Route ..........................................................34
Using a Detour .....................................................................35
Stopping and Resuming Route Navigation............................35
Customizing a Route ............................................................36
Saving a Route......................................................................37
Route and Guidance Preferences ..........................................38
Introduction
Table of Contents
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Introduction
Table of Contents
Using Routing Voice Prompts ...............................................39
QueTurns................................................................................... 40
Using QueTurns ...................................................................40
QueTrip ..................................................................................... 41
Using QueTrip......................................................................41
QueClock .................................................................................. 42
Using QueClock ...................................................................42
QueSun & Moon ....................................................................... 44
Using QueSun & Moon ........................................................44
QueHunt & Fish......................................................................... 45
Using QueHunt & Fish ........................................................45
Downloading Map Data ...........................46-47
Map Install ............................................................................... 46
Using Map Install to Download Map Data ............................46
MapSource ............................................................................... 47
Using MapSource® to Download Map Data ..........................47
Appendix ..................................................48-52
Specifications ........................................................................... 48
WAAS and DGPS ....................................................................... 50
What is WAAS? ....................................................................50
What is Differential GPS (DGPS)?.........................................50
Map Datums and Location Formats ......................................... 51
What are Map Datums and which should I use? ...................51
What is a Location Format and which should I use?.............51
Location Coordinates ............................................................... 52
Editing or Assigning Location Coordinates ...........................52
Index .........................................................53-55
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Setting up and Customizing your iQue 3200
You may customize your iQue 3200 to fit your needs, such as assigning applications to open with certain buttons on the unit.
Initializing the GPS Receiver
The GPS Receiver must be turned on and initialized (given an opportunity to determine its location) before you can begin using it for
navigation. When the unit initializes for the first time it may take as
long as 15 minutes. Any time you have traveled more than 600 miles
with the GPS receiver turned off, the iQue handheld must again find its
location by re-initializing. The initialization time can be shortened by
using the map to point to the general area are currently located (see the
“Establishing a New Location” section of this guide).
To turn the receiver on and initialize it:
1. Rotate the antenna located on the back of the iQue 3200 so it is
parallel with the horizon. This is the “On” position.
Overview
Setting Up your iQue 3200
GPS Antenna in the On Position
Pull the antenna out and rotate
up to the On position. Be sure
the antenna is parallel with the
horizon.
2. Have a clear view of the sky to receive satellite signals. Satellite
signals cannot pass through solid materials (except glass) or dense
overhead tree cover.
Customizing the iQue 3200’s Units Settings
1. From the Applications Launcher screen, tap the Prefs icon.
2. Tap the symbol below the Preferences title to display the pick list
of options. Then tap Units to display the Units customizing page.
3. Select the desired units settings (such as Statute or Metric) for
distance, speed, elevation, depth, and direction as needed.
NOTE: This antenna is designed to
best receive satellite signals when it
is aligned parallel with the horizon.
If the antenna is positioned vertically, the iQue’s ability to receive
satellites may be dramatically
reduced.
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Overview
Setting up Your iQue 3200
Using the Que Applications Hard Button
Use the Que Applications “Hard” Button to:
• Quickly access and display applications such as QueMap.
• Re-activate the iQue when in the “Auto-Off” mode.
• Press and hold to hear GPS status or next navigation prompt.
To assign Que Applications to the Que Button:
1. From the Applications Launcher screen, tap the Prefs icon,
Que (Q) Button
.
2. Tap the symbol in the Menu bar at the top of the page to display
the pick list of preferences and select Que.
3. Tap the symbol next to the option below the “Preferences” title
block to display a list of Que preferences and then tap Que Button
to display the Que Button options check list.
4. Use the stylus to place a check in the boxes for the Que applications
you desire to cycle through. Use the arrows to change the order of
the Que Applications. The application at the top displays first.
Que
Preferences
Options
Que Button Page
To assign Other Applications to the Que Button:
While the Que button is designed for quick access to navigation applications, it can be used to display any application on the list.
1. From the Applications Launcher screen, tap the Prefs icon.
2. Tap the symbol preceding the text at the top of the page to
display the pick list of options. Then tap the Buttons option to
display the button customizing page.
Buttons Page
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3. Tap the symbol next to the image of the Que button to display
the list of Applications to choose from.
Using QueGPS
QueGPS is an information application that displays the current status of satellite reception by showing the location and
numbers of the satellites in the sky overhead. A signal strength
bar at the bottom of the page shows the signal strength of each
satellite being received.
Use QueGPS to:
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•
Que Applications
QueGPS
Observe the status of GPS satellite signal reception.
View the current date and time.
Determine your current location coordinates and their accuracy.
Determine your current speed.
Determine your approximate elevation (altitude above average
sea level).
To view the QueGPS satellite status page:
1. Tap the Home (Applications Launcher) icon
Applications Launcher screen.
2. Tap the QueGPS icon
to display the
.
QueGPS
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Que Applications
QueGPS
GPS Status Message
Menu
Bar
GPS Satellite
Location
Sun and
Moon
Position
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Current
Location
Date and
Time
Speed
Approximate
Elevation
Accuracy
GPS Signal
Strength
Satellite Status Page
At the top of the Satellite Status Page is a message containing the
status of the GPS receiver. At least three satellite signals of sufficient
strength are required to generate a 2D location fix. Four or more satellite
signals of sufficient strength are required to generate a 3D location fix.
When you have sufficient signals from four or more satellites, a “3D GPS
Location” message appears.
A sky view array in the center, left of the iQue 3200 screen represents
the position of satellites in the sky overhead with your position in the
center of the two circles. The outer circle indicates the horizon while
the inner circle a position 45° from the horizon. The numbers displayed
indicate the number assigned to those satellites.
To the right of the sky view, the date and time displays, and if you
are moving, your current speed displays as well. The accuracy of your
current position displays at the bottom of the list. All of this information
continues to update as you navigate.
A bar graph at the bottom of the page displays the strength of signals
being received from each satellite. Each number represents the particular satellite that is being received. Numbers above 33 indicate WAAS
satellites. When the satellite is being fully received, the bar above the
corresponding number is solid. When information is still being gathered
for that satellite, the bar is empty.
GPS Receiver Status
The GPS Receiver can be in three states: On, Off, or Acquiring
(searching for) Satellites.
Que Applications
QueGPS
To determine the GPS Status:
1. Open the QueGPS page.
2. Observe the message in the top of the window.
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When GPS is On and searching for satellite signals, the
message “Acquiring Satellites” appears.
When enough satellite signals are being received to establish
3D a location fix, “3D GPS Location” is displayed.
When WAAS satellite signals are being received and a 3D
location fix is established, “3D Differential GPS Location” is
displayed.
When only enough satellite signals are being received to
determine a 2D location fix, “2D GPS Location” is displayed.
When the Antenna is closed and the GPS is Off, “GPS is Off” is
displayed.
Acquiring
Satellites
Message
2D GPS
Location
Status
IMPORTANT: Remember that whenever the antenna is not in
the fully closed position, the GPS receiver is operating.
The GPS receiver can, from time to time, lose satellite signals due
to interference from tree cover, buildings, etc., so monitoring the GPS
status in QueGPS from time to time is recommended. If you don’t want
the GPS Receiver On, and particularly when indoors, keep the antenna
closed.
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Que Applications
QueGPS
To use QueGPS Options:
1. With the QueGPS page open, tap the QueGPS application tab or
the Menu icon
to display the Options Menu.
2. Observe the list of options:
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QueGPS Options Menu
Select Preferences to display the GPS preference options.
Select New Location when initializing the GPS Receiver if you
have moved over 600 miles from your last use location or if
you have not powered up the unit in over thirty (30) days.
When in 2D mode, select New Elevation to reset the
elevation.
To use QueGPS Preferences:
1. Tap the Preferences option to display the GPS Preferences Menu.
2. Observe the list of options with check boxes:
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•
QueGPS Preferences
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Tap WAAS Enabled to enable the Wide Area Augmentation
System operating mode. (See “Additional Information about
WAAS” in the Appendix of this guide.)
Tap Battery Saver to change the rate at which the GPS
receiver updates your position data to conserve battery power.
The GPS receiver slows the frequency at which it calculates
your location and therefore requires less battery power. There
is a slight loss in position accuracy when Battery Saver is on.
You cannot operate in the WAAS and Battery Saver modes at
the same time. If you attempt to check both boxes, a message
displays and the last option checked remains on after you tap
the message’s OK button.
Establishing a New Location
The GPS Receiver must be re-initialized (given an opportunity to
determine its location) if you have moved more than 600 miles from your
original location. To speed up this process, you can use the map to mark
your approximate location by pressing Use Map.
Que Applications
QueGPS
To establish a New Location:
1. Tap the New Location option to display the ‘New Location’ window.
Tap either Automatic or Use Map.
New Location Options Window
2. If you choose Use Map, use the stylus to pan the map to your
current general location and tap to place a new location arrow there.
3. Tap the Done button to complete initialization.
Entering a New Elevation
The GPS Receiver can determine your approximate elevation, but it is
not as accurate as your horizontal location. If you have a reliable alternate
source for determining your elevation, you can enter that information in
the ‘New Elevation’ dialog window, but only before the receiver determines your location.
To enter a New Elevation:
1. Tap the New Elevation option to display the “New Elevation” page.
2. Use the Graffiti® 2 input area to enter the new elevation.
New Location on Map Page
3. Then tap the OK button to return to the QueGPS application.
New Elevation Window
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Que Applications
QueMap
Map
Orientation
(Track Up)
Current
location
icon
Map Scale
and origin of
map data
Display
Format
View Area
icon
Selector
Waypoint Flag
Map Scale
Position Arrow
(Mark Location
(Zoom
icon
icon)
Scale)
Information
Pan Map
with Stylus Selector
icon
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Using QueMap
The QueMap displays a detailed map of the area surrounding
your current location. It allows you to pan the map with the
stylus as well as view your progress when navigating. Your
current location is shown as a solid black arrow. When in the
“Track Up” mode, a north reference arrow appears at the top left
corner to orient the map. When the Track Log feature is active,
your path of movement is indicated by a dotted Track line.
Use QueMap to:
• Determine your current location and view your movement
• Locate and navigate to nearby map items
• Follow a route line when navigating
• Highlight and view information about locations on the map
To Display the QueMap Application:
1. Press the Que “Hard” button on the front of the handheld to
display QueMap.
Or: Use the Applications Launcher and tap the QueMap
display the ‘Map Page.
icon to
Viewing the Map Page
The Map Page is the primary screen of the QueMap application. From
this page you can observe a triangular arrow that indicates your current
location and direction of travel. As you move, the arrow moves with you,
turning when you turn and stopping when you stop.
The Map also displays detailed geographic information such as highways and roads, lakes and rivers, cities, waypoints and residential streets,
depending on the detail of map data being used. Detailed maps can be
loaded from map data CD’s using the Map Install feature as explained in
the “Downloading Map Data” section of this guide.
There are two map orientation options: North Up and Track Up.
North Up orients the map like a paper map, while Track Up orients the
map in the direction of travel. As you travel to the edge of the display,
the map moves (redraws) to constantly show your current location.
When using “Track Up”, the North arrow indicates the map orientation.
is selected, drag the stylus
When the ‘Pan Map with Stylus’ mode
across the screen to pan the map with the movement of the stylus.
Tap the stylus on the map to place a map pointer on any selected location on the map. If that location is supported by detailed mapping data,
a description briefly displays. Any point on the map can be saved as a
in the map toolbar.
waypoint by tapping the Waypoint marker flag
The map color can automatically compensate for the difference in
day and night lighting conditions. See “Using Preferences for QueMap”.
The map scale can be changed to show more map area with less detail or more map detail with less area (zoom out and zoom in). Press the
Up and Down keys on the front of the unit to increase and decrease the
scale in single increments. To select a specific scale, use the Map Scale
shown on the previous page.
Selector
Que Applications
QueMap
Panning the Map
and Marking Map
Items with the
Stylus
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Que Applications
QueMap
Using the QueMap Application Selector Icons
With QueMap displayed, tap the desired selector to activate the
feature as described below:
Tap the Display Format icon on the map toolbar to toggle between the three options of displaying and hiding the navigation
data fields.
Position Arrow
on Map
Full Map only
Map with Navigation
and Data Fields showing
Map with Data Fields
showing only
Tap the Waypoint Flag on the map toolbar to display the ‘Mark
Waypoint’ entry window for your current location (Position
Arrow) or a ‘New Waypoint’ entry window for the Map Pointer.
The window displays with a name describing the location if
identified as an item in the map data or as Waypoint 1, 2, 3, etc.
Tap the Information icon to display information about a location identified by the Map Pointer on the Map Page. When
tapped, an information window displays describing the location
if identified as an item in the map data or a position coordinates
(i.e. lat/lon).
Map Point Information
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Tap the Position Arrow icon (vehicle pointer) to center the
map on your current location when in North Up mode. When
in Track Up mode, the map is centered horizontally on your
location.
Tap the Pan Map icon to allow the stylus to drag the map and
to mark map items with the map pointer (Panning Arrow).
Place the stylus anywhere on the map and then move the stylus.
The map moves with the stylus and exposes the part of the
map previously out of view. Lift the stylus to stop panning.
Tap the View Area icon to allow you to define an area on the
map with the stylus that will be enlarged when you lift the
stylus from the screen.
Select a point adjacent to the area you want to enlarge and then
drag the stylus to create a box around the area. Lift the stylus to
complete, allowing the map to redraw.
Note that, when the View Area Selector is active the
Pan Map feature is not usable.
Tap the Map Scale icon to display the list of map
scales. Drag the arrow to scroll through the entire list
of scales. Tap the scale you want and the map will
display at that scale.
Que Applications
QueMap
Pan Map Selector
View Area Selector
Map Scale Selector
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Que Applications
QueMap
Using Preferences for QueMap
Use Maps Preferences to:
• Reduce “Map Clutter” by controlling how items are displayed.
• Set the maximum Zoom scale at which map items display.
• Control the display of multiple map features.
The factory (default) settings for these preferences allow you to
operate the QueMap application with confidence. As you become more
familiar with its operation, you may desire to customize the application
to fit your needs.
To view the QueMap Preferences:
Map Preferences Pages are accessed by tapping the
symbol to the left of the Maps option to display the list of
map preferences.
1. From the QueMap application, tap Menu icon
.
2. Tap Preferences.
3. View and change the preferences as needed. To open a different
QueMap Preferences page, such as the Navigation Preferences, tap
the symbol before “General”, as shown to the left.
Each preference window is provided with a Help button to explain
preference settings in detail. These pages provide an overview of the
preferences available.
For more information about Heading, Course, and Bearing lines,
consult the Garmin web site at www.garmin.com/aboutGPS/.
Most Map Preferences
offer a “Text Size”
option selector and
a ‘Maximum Zoom”
Selector option.
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Detailed map information preferences can be set to display selected
detailed maps stored in the iQue or on a Secure Digital (SD) or Multimedia Card (MMC). See the “Downloading Map Data” section in this guide
for more information on detailed map procedures.
The Miscellaneous preference options provide check boxes to allow
you to turn on or off some features as you prefer.
You may want to experiment with such features as Auto-Zoom (sets
the maximum scale for display of map items in conjunction with the
map detail setting), Accuracy Circle (defines your location within the
confines of the circle. Circle size is determined by map resolution and
GPS receiver accuracy), and Basemap to determine your preferences.
Que Applications
QueMap
Location Preferences
Location Formats and Map Datums
While Location preferences are not a part of Map Preferences, you
may want to reset them to match those on paper maps that you plan to
use in conjunction with GPS navigation.
To view the Location Preferences:
1. Tap the
symbol before “Maps”.
2. Tap Location to open the Location Preferences window.
3. Change the Location Format and/or Map Datum as necessary.
You can display position coordinates using specific formats and
datums selected from the Que Preferences, Location options. Detailed
information about how to use formats and datums can be found in the
“Appendix” of this guide.
Location Formats
Map Datums
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Que Applications
QueFind
Using QueFind
The QueFind Application displays lists of geographic points in
the map database and downloaded detailed maps.
Use the QueFind application to:
• Use existing lists of map data items such as Waypoints, Cities,
and Points of Interest to find desired destinations and navigate to
them using the QueRoutes application.
• Find items contained in the map data and in the Address Book.
• View details about items, such as addresses and telephone numbers.
• Find items to use as a destination for a route.
To open the QueFind Application:
1. Tap the QueFind (Magnifying glass) icon
.
Or: Use the Applications Launcher and tap the QueFind icon
.
Once the QueFind application is displayed, tap the icon of the category in which you want to find items.
Palm OS® Find is a Palm OS® application for finding items
within the Palm OS® (Operating System). Tap this to find an
Address Book item, etc.
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Que Applications
To select and view an item from a QueFind Category:
1. Once you have selected a category from the display of Find icons,
the Find Items List is displayed.
QueFind
2. You may choose a search method for an item. If the map pointer
is present on the map page, Near Map Pointer is available to allow
you to search for items near the map pointer. If on an active route,
Near Route Destination and Near Current Route are available.
Find Items
List
Search
Method
Search Methods when
navigating a route
Enter a distance
range to search
around the
current route
3. You can shorten your search list by entering the name of the item at
the top of the page in the “Name” or “Containing” field.
4. When the list is displayed, highlight a single item.
5. Then tap Details to display an information page that provides a
map showing the item location, the distance from your current
location, the item name along with item type, address and phone
number (if available). Tap Done to return to the list or the Save
Waypoint button to save it on the Waypoints list.
6. Tap Route to to generate a route to this item.
7. Tap Done to return to the previous QueFind page.
QueFind
Categories List
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Que Applications
QueFind
Selecting Cities
To select a city from the Cities List:
1. Tap the QueFind icon then tap Cities to view the Cities List.
2. You may choose the search method to select Nearest Current
Location or By Name options.
If the map pointer is present on the map page, Nearest Map Pointer
is available to allow you to search for cities near the map pointer.
3. You can shorten your search list by entering the name of the city at
the top of the page in the ‘Name’ or ‘Containing’ field.
Cities List with
search methods menu
displayed
4. When the list is displayed, highlight a single city.
City Details
Info Page
5. Then tap Details to display an information page that provides
a map showing the city location on the map, the distance from
your current location, the city name along with state and country
information. The title of the page identifies the size category of the
city (if that information is available). Tap the Done button to return
to the list or the Save Waypoint button to save it as a waypoint on
the Waypoints list.
The New Waypoint window displays when
saving a city item as a waypoint.
6. With the city highlighted on the list, tap Route to to generate a
route to this city.
7. Tap Done to return to the previous QueFind page.
City Details
Map Page
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Finding an Address
To find an address:
1. From the QueFind application, tap the Addresses icon to display
the Addresses page.
Que Applications
QueFind
2. If you know the region (state, province),
city, or postal code of the address, enter
them now to limit the search results and
the choice of street and city names.
To enter the regions, city or postal code,
tap on the selector trigger, then tap on
an item in the list. If you select a city, the
region field is hidden; to show the region
field again, tap on the city name and tap
the Use All button at the bottom of the
‘Select City Name’ dialog box.
To again search all regions or postal
codes, tap on the region or postal code
selector trigger and then tap the Use All
button at the bottom of the dialog box.
3. Enter the desired street number in the
“Number” field.
QueFind Address Entry Fields
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Que Applications
QueFind
Search for Best Matches
4. Tap the street field to display the ‘Select
Street Name’ dialog box. Use the Graffiti®
2 input area to begin entry of the street.
When the desired name of the street is
displayed, tap it to place it on the page.
Street names are entered and selected
using only the body of the street name,
For example, if the street portion of the
address you are finding is “E. Main St”,
enter only “Main” and select “Main”
from the list. Likewise if the street
portion of the address is “N 13th Ave”
enter only “13th’ and select “13th” from
the list.
Tap the Prefix/Suffix button to display
options for the street prefix and suffix. If
there is no prefix or suffix to be added,
select None. After you have made
your selections, tap OK to return to the
QueFind Addresses page.
5. Tap the Search button. Tap the desired
entry from the displayed list.
Address Map Page
Address Detailed Information Page
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Finding an Intersection
To find an intersection:
1. From QueFind, tap the Intersections icon to display the Find
Intersections page.
2. If you know the region (state/province), city, or postal code of the
address, enter them now. These will be used to limit the search
results, as well as limit the choice of street and city names.
To enter the regions, city, or postal code, tap on the field and tap on
an item in the list. If you select a city, the region field is hidden. To
show the region field again; tap the city name and tap Use All.
To again search all regions or postal codes, tap on the region or
postal code field and then tap Use All.
3. Tap the street field to display the ‘Select Street Name’ dialog box.
Use the Graffiti® 2 input area to begin entry of the street. When
the desired name of the street is displayed, tap it to select it.
Street names are entered and selected using only the body of the
street name. For example, if the street portion of the address you
are finding is “E. Main St”, enter only “Main” and select “Main”
from the list. Likewise if the street portion of the address is “N
13th Ave” enter only “13th” and select “13th” from the list.
Tap the Prefix/Suffix button to select the remainder of the street
name if applicable.
Que Applications
QueFind
Find Intersection
Entry Dialog
List of Matches for
Entry
Intersection Detail
Information Page and
Map Page
4. When fields are completed, tap the Search button. Tap the desired
entry from the displayed list.
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Que Applications
QueFind
Finding Points of Interest
The amount of information available in the Points of Interest category
is so extensive: it is divided into smaller categories to refine your search.
To use QueFind Points of Interest:
1. Tap the QueFind icon to display the QueFind application.
NOTE: The categories Manmade Places through Tides
are specific to only certain types of detailed maps (other
than City Select). These types of maps must be purchased
separately. Consult your Dealer or the Garmin web site
(www.garmin.com) for information about map options.
2. Tap the desired category to display the list of items in that category
or the entry dialog for Addresses or Intersections.
3. If you selected a category with a list, you are given a choice of
displaying items by name or only those near your current location.
You can further refine your search by selecting a sub-category from
the “All-Types” list.
4. Tap the desired subject to display the refined list.
5. With the list displayed, highlight a single Point of Interest item.
6. Tap Details to display an information page showing a location map
and detailed information about the item.
7. After you have viewed details about a Find item, that item is
added to the Recently Found Places list to simplify the process for
reviewing. To review an item, tap Recent Finds to display the list.
Points of Interest Options Icons
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Using Waypoints
A waypoint is a location that has been saved, such as your home or
school. Any QueFind location can be saved as a waypoint. In the iQue
3200, a waypoint is stored as an Address Book entry with a set location. Only Address Book entries with set locations are displayed in the
Waypoints list.
To learn specific information about saving a location as a waypoint,
refer to the instructions on the following page.
Que Applications
QueFind
To find a waypoint using QueFind:
1. Tap the QueFind icon, then tap the Waypoint Flag to view the
Waypoints List. To narrow the list, tap the icon under the QueFind
tab to display those waypoints nearest your location.
2. To view information for a highlighted waypoint, tap Details. To
create a route to a waypoint, tap Route To.
3. Tap Done to close.
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Que Applications
1. Use the stylus to tap the Waypoint Flag
at the base of the map.
Be certain the map pointer arrow is not displayed or the location on
the map, marked by the arrow, will be saved as the waypoint.
QueFind
Mark Waypoint
Dialog
Used for saving
a location as a
waypoint
Waypoint Address View
Dialog with added
information.
Waypoint Address Edit
Dialog: Allows you to add
detailed information about
a waypoint.
Address
Location
Map for a
waypoint
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To mark your current location as a waypoint:
2. The ‘Mark Waypoint’ dialog box is displayed with the waypoint
automatically named as “Waypoint”. (Each subsequently marked
waypoint will be named “Waypoint 1, 2, 3”, etc.)
3. You can use the Graffiti® 2 input area to rename the waypoint to
one more descriptive of your location.
4. To save the waypoint to the Address Book, tap OK.
To save a point on the map as a waypoint:
Que Applications
1. With the Map displayed, use the stylus to tap a desired location on
the map which causes the map pointer to display. If the point on
the map where you tapped has descriptive information in the map
database, it displays for six seconds.
QueFind
2. Once the map pointer is at the desired location, tap the Waypoint
Flag at the bottom of the map to display the ‘New Waypoint’
window.
3. Observe that the ‘New Waypoint’ window has named the location
as an address, intersection, or named map item if supported by data
in the map database. If not supported, it names the location as
Waypoint 1, 2, 3, etc.
Waypoint Marked
on the Map Page
4. You can use the Graffiti® 2 input area to rename the waypoint.
5. If the point on the map is an address, checking the “Include
Address Data” option copies the address information to the new
waypoint.
6. To save the waypoint to the Address Book, tap OK.
New Waypoint
Window
To view a waypoint on the map:
1. From the Address Book application use one the following procedures:
•
Tap either the Waypoint Flag or the Location button from the
“Address View” form.
• Tap the Waypoint Flag at the right side of the waypoint entry
on the list view.
2. From QueFind, Find Waypoints, highlight a waypoint in the list, and
tap the Details button.
Waypoint Details
Page
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Que Applications
QueFind
To edit a waypoint using the Address Book:
1. Launch the Address Book then select the desired waypoint from the
list. The ‘Address View’ page displays.
2. Tap Edit to display the Address Edit page.
To edit a waypoint using the Waypoints List:
1. Launch the QueFind Application then tap the Waypoint Flag to
view the Waypoints List.
2. Tap the waypoint to highlight it and then tap Details to display the
Waypoint Detail page.
3. Tap Edit Waypoint to display the Address Edit page.
To edit a waypoint Symbol:
Address View Dialog
1. From the Address Book access the ‘Address Location’ window by
tapping the Waypoints icon to the right of the address listing.
2. Then tap Show Info to display the ‘Information’ window for that
waypoint.
3. Tap the Symbol icon to display the
‘Select Symbol’ window.
4. Tap a symbol to select it. The
description of the symbol is displayed
at the bottom of the screen. Tap the
Arrows at the bottom right to move
between pages of symbols.
Address Edit Dialog
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6. Tap OK to use the selected symbol or
Cancel to keep the current symbol.
To change the location of a waypoint:
Que Applications
1. From the Address Book, tap the waypoint you want to move.
2. Tap the Location button to display the Address Location page.
QueFind
3. Tap Show Info to display the details page, shown below.
4. Tap the information contained in the dotted box around the
Location information to display the ‘Edit Location’ window. You
have three methods to change the waypoint location:
Tap Find to use QueFind to find a location for the waypoint.
Tap Manual to enter new location coordinates. The “Legal
Value” text indicates the range of numbers or letters that are
allowed for each field of the current location format.
• Tap Map to display the Map page that allows you to tap
anywhere on the map and designate it as the new location.
A dotted line connects the new location with the old and the
word “MOVE” appears below the map pointer. Tap Done to
complete the move.
5. To enter a negative altitude, tap the arrow beside Altitude to
select the negative symbol.
Edit Location
Options
•
•
Moving a
waypoint
by setting
new position
coordinates
Moving a
waypoint on
the Map
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Que Applications
To select a waypoint as a Route Destination using
QueFind:
1. Tap the QueFind icon.
QueFind
2. Tap the Waypoint Flag to view the Waypoints list.
3. Highlight the desired waypoint and tap Route To.
4. Observe the route on the Map Page.
QueFind
Waypoints List
with
highlighted
waypoint
To select a waypoint as a Route Destination using the
Address Book:
1. Tap the Address Book icon or button to open the Address Book.
2. Tap the desired item to display the ‘Address View’ page.
3. Tap the QueRoutes icon.
4. Tap the Route To... option.
Waypoint
Location
from the
Address Book
QueRoutes
“Route To...”
option
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5. Observe the route on the Map Page.
To set a Location to an Address Book entry:
An existing Address Book entry can be made into a waypoint by
setting a location.
1. Tap the Address Book icon or button to launch the Address Book.
Que Applications
QueFind
2. Then tap the desired item to display the “Address View” page.
Address List
item without
location marker
flag displayed
3. From the Address View page, tap the Location button to display the
‘Set Location’ options window.
4. You have three methods in which to set the waypoint location:
•
•
•
Tap the Find button to use QueFind to find a location.
Tap the Manual button to enter new location coordinates.
Tap the Map button to display the Map page, which allows you
to tap anywhere on the map and designate it as the location.
NOTE: You can also set a location for an Address Book entry
using the Contact Location application in Palm™ Desktop.
When your Address Book is open in Palm Desktop, open Contact Location by clicking the
icon in the tool bar . Refer to
the Contact Location Help File for complete instructions.
Address View page.
Tap the Location
button to Set Location
Set Location window.
Select the method you
would like to use to set
the location.
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Que Applications
QueTracks
Using QueTracks
QueTracks is an application that records your path of travel.
This can be used to travel back to your point of origin, and be
saved for later use.
Use the QueTracks application to:
• Save a portion of the Track Log for later use.
• Clear the Track Log.
To use the QueTracks Application:
1. Tap the Home (Applications Launcher) icon
multiple times
to display the QueTracks icon in the Que Applications Launcher.
2. Tap the QueTracks icon to display the ‘Tracks’ page.
3. Observe the Track Log capacity bar graph indicating the amount of
Track Log used and the percent used displayed above the bar.
Below the bar graph is the ‘Saved Tracks’ list, which displays those
tracks you have saved for later use.
QueTracks Page
4. To save all or a portion of the Track Log, tap the Save button. The
‘Save Track’ dialog appears with the entire Track Log chosen. To
choose to save only a portion of the Track Log, select a start and
end time. To return to saving the entire Track Log, tap the Entire
Log button.
5. To clear the Track Log, tap the Clear button.
Save Track Log Dialog
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Track Start and
End Options
Saved Track Details
• Tap the QueTracks icon to display the ‘Tracks’ page. Then tap
the desired track in the ‘Saved Tracks’ list to display the ‘Saved
Track Details’ page.
• To rename any Track, tap the name at the top of the ‘Saved Track
Details’ page and then use the Graffiti® 2 input area to enter a
new name.
• To assign a new color to the track when it is displayed on a map,
tap the Color name at the top of the page. Tap the desired color
from the list to select and close the list.
• If the ‘Show On Map’ option is checked, the saved track is
displayed on the map.
Que Applications
QueTracks
Saved Track Details Page
Using QueTrack Preferences
You may set QueTrack preferences to adjust how the track log wraps
when recording and the interval at which a track point is created.
To view the QueTracks Preferences:
1. Tap Home (Applications Launcher) icon
display the Prefs icon.
repeatedly to
Track line
2. Tap Preferences.
3. Tap the
symbol and select Tracks from the drop-down list.
4. Change the preferences as desired.
Review Track Page
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Que Applications
QueRoutes
Using QueRoutes
QueRoutes is an application that provides you with a graphic
route line, plus graphic and voice turn-by-turn directions to a
chosen destination. You can select a destination from any of the
QueFind application categories, the Address Book, the QueMap
application, or a location attached to an entry in the Date Book
application. QueRoutes functions primarily as a route management tool once you have selected a destination.
Use the QueRoutes application to:
• Recalculate the route to your current destination.
• Add stops or new waypoints (vias) to customize your route.
• Save specific routes for use at a later date.
• Set the preferences for routing.
• Stop and resume navigation of an active route.
To activate the QueRoutes Application:
1. Tap the Home (Applications Launcher) icon
QueRoutes icon.
Or: Easier yet, tap the
QueRoutes icon
.
Active Route Displayed on Map Page
QueRoutes
Application
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to display the
Creating Routes
To begin a route all you really need is a destination. A route can
be activated from several other handheld applications that support the
location data needed to determine a destination for a route, such as
QueFind.
Que Applications
QueRoutes
Creating a Route
to a QueFind item
To use QueFind to select a destination:
1. Select an item from any of the QueFind application search
categories. Refer to the “QueFind” section of this manual for
detailed instructions on searching for items.
2. Tap the QueRoutes icon to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
Tap the Route To... item at the top of the dialog box. The name
displayed depends on the item selected.
Highlighted Find
List item
Or: Tap the Route To button at the bottom of the QueFind screen.
3. The QueMap application is displayed and a ‘Calculating Route’
animated graphic is displayed in the bottom left-hand corner of
the map. When the map displays the route in purple, the route is
“active”.
4. Follow the voice prompts and turn preview pages to navigate to
your destination.
Route shown on
the Map
Calculating Route
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Que Applications
QueRoutes
Using QueMap to Select a Destination
You can create a route to any place on the map by using the stylus to
place the map pointer on a location that you want to use as a destination.
To select a destination:
1. Tap the QueMap icon to display the Map.
2. With the stylus, tap the location on the map that you want to use
as a destination.
3. Tap the QueRoutes icon
to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
4. Tap the Route To... section at the top of the dialog box. The name
displayed depends on the item selected. If there is no map feature
selected, “Route to Point” is displayed.
“Route To Roeland
Park” for the
destination chosen
from the Map
shown above.
5. The QueMap application is displayed and a ‘Calculating Route’
animated graphic is displayed in the bottom left-hand corner of
the map. When the map displays the route in purple, the route is
“active”.
6. Follow the voice prompts and turn preview pages to navigate to
your destination.
QueRoutes when a route is active
The Map showing the Route to Roeland Park
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Using the Address Book to Select a Destination
You can create a route to any address in the Address Book that has a
set location.
Que Applications
QueRoutes
To select a destination:
1. Open the Address Book.
2. Tap the desired Address Book record to display the “Address View”.
3. Tap the QueRoutes icon
.
4. Tap the Route To... area at the top of the dialog box. The name
displayed depends on the item selected.
Address List
5. The QueMap application is displayed and a ‘Calculating Route’
animated graphic is displayed in the bottom left-hand corner of
the map. When the map displays the route in purple, the route is
“active”.
6. Follow the voice prompts and turn preview pages to navigate to
your destination.
Route on Map
QueTurns
Address View
Page
Route to Address Book
destination
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Que Applications
QueRoutes
Using the Date Book to Select a Destination
You can create a route to any item in the Date Book that has an attached location (indicated by the marker flag to its right).
To select a destination:
1. Display the Date Book.
Date Book item
with location
attached
2. Tap on the desired event (that has a location attached to it) to be
used as a destination.
3. Follow Steps 3 though 6 on the previous page of this guide.
Recalculating a Route
You can at any time, recalculate the route to the current destination
(For example, if you have deviated from the original route).
To recalculate a route:
Drop-down Que
options menu
for attaching
or removing a
location or routing
to it.
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1. Tap the QueRoutes icon
to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog
box.
2. Tap the Recalculate icon to recalculate the active route.
Using a Detour
To avoid an area of traffic congestion or other obstacles on a route,
you can use the “Detour” option to alter the route to avoid the roads
used in the current route for a specific distance.
Que Applications
QueRoutes
To use the “Detour” option:
1. Tap the QueRoutes icon.
2. Tap the Detour option.
3. Tap the distance to avoid roads used in the current route.
Stopping and Resuming Route Navigation
You can stop navigating a route at any time.
Detour Distance Options
To Stop or Resume route navigation:
1. Tap the QueRoute icon to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
2. Tap the Stop Navigation icon to remove the route overlay from the
‘Map’ page. This also stops voice prompts and turn preview pages.
3. Start navigating again by tapping the Resume Navigation icon
from the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
QueRoutes when a Route has
been stopped before completion
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Que Applications
QueRoutes
Customizing a Route
You are not limited to using a newly created route as is: You can
modify it to meet your own requirements. To alter the path of travel to
include various points on the way to the destination, select “Edit Vias”
from the QueRoutes application.
To add or change Route “Vias”:
1. While a route is active, tap the QueRoute icon to display the
‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
2. Tap the Edit Vias icon to display the Edit Vias page.
Via Points List and Options Menu
3. Select the method of adding a via point from the two options
shown at the bottom of the page. “From Find” displays the
QueFind application. “From Map” displays the QueMap
application.
4. Use the same method to select a via point as you would a
destination, the selected location now becomes a point along your
current route.
5. You can move the selected via point anywhere in the list by tapping
the Up/Down arrows.
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Saving a Route
Once you have created a route to a destination, while it is still active,
you can save it to the “Saved Routes” list for re-use at a later date.
Que Applications
QueRoutes
To Save a route:
1. With a route active, tap the QueRoute icon to display the
‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
2. Tap the Saved Routes icon to display the Saved Routes List.
2. Tap the Save Active button at the bottom of the page.
3. A ‘Save Active Route’ dialog box displays. Rename the route if
desired and then tap OK to save to the Saved Routes List.
4. To view details about any saved route on the list, tap the route
name on the list to display the ‘Saved Route Details’ dialog box.
Saved Routes List
5. Tap OK to close, Activate to begin navigation on that route, or
Delete to remove it from the Saved Routes List.
When you select a Saved Route to navigate, the route will be recalculated beginning from your current location.
Saved Routes List
Saved Route Details
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Que Applications
QueRoutes
Route and Guidance Preferences
You can control the way routes are calculated and how the route
guidance prompts are given. When you set preferences for an individual
route, all other routes reflect those preferences.
To set routing preferences:
1. Tap the QueRoute icon to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
2. Tap the Route Preferences icon
to display Route Preferences.
3. Tap the icon beneath the ‘Route Preference’ option to display
and select from three options. The ‘Off Road’ option generates a
straight line to your destination, not following roads.
4. Tap the icon beneath the ‘Calculate Routes For’ option to display
and select from a list of transportation options.
5. Tap the box next to the ‘Avoid’ options to toggle a check mark and
activate that option.
Routing Preferences
To set guidance preferences:
1. Tap the QueRoute icon to display the ‘QueRoutes’ dialog box.
2. Tap the Route Preferences icon. Tap the icon preceding
‘Routing’ to display the list of other options. Select ‘Guidance’.
3. Tap the icon beneath the ‘Off-Route Recalculation’ option to
display and select from four options for recalculation notification.
4. Tap the icon beneath the ‘Turn Preview‘ option to display and
select from a list of methods for turn notification.
5. Tap the
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icon beneath ‘Voice Prompt’ to select voice guidance.
6. Toggle the ‘Attention Tone’ box for indication of route changes.
Using Routing Voice Prompts
Once you have created a route to a destination you can begin
navigation. In addition to a graphic in the QueMap application and
“pop-up” turn displays you will be given voice prompts prior to turns
and points on your route. While navigating a route, you may need to
adjust the volume to compensate for road noise, etc.
Que Applications
QueRoutes
To adjust voice prompt volume:
If you are using the Auto Navigation Kit with remote speaker:
1. Adjust the volume as desired by turning the volume control located
on the side of the Remote Speaker.
To adjust voice prompt volume:
If you are using the iQue handheld with battery power:
1. Tap the Volume icon
Volume Adjustment Page
to open the ‘Volume Control’ page.
2. Use the stylus to adjust the Guidance volume slider to a level
appropriate for the noise environment.
3. Tap OK when completed.
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Que Applications
QueTurns
Using QueTurns
QueTurns is an application that can show you a list of turn-byturn directions to a destination. The application is active only
when a route is active.
Use QueTurns to:
• View the turns you will take while navigating the route.
• View the Turn Preview for an individual turn.
To open the QueTurns Application:
1. Tap the Home (Applications Launcher) icon
to display the
QueTurns icon. Tap the QueTurns icon to display the ‘Turns’ page.
Or: Press the Que “Hard” button when a route is active.
2. If you are actively navigating a route, a list of turns that you will
take while navigating that route are displayed.
3. Each turn entry provides a direction arrow showing the direction
to turn and the distance to that turn, plus written instructions. The
time to the next turn is displayed at the top right of each turn entry
and the time of day which you will reach that turn is displayed at
the lower right of each turn.
Turns List
4. Tap a turn on the list to display it on the ‘Turn Preview’ page.
Turn Preview Page
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Using QueTrip
The QueTrip application provides you with the current status of
your progress.
Use QueTrip to:
• View the total distance you have traveled (Odometer).
• View the direction in which you are traveling.
• View your current speed.
• View the distance you have travelled on this trip (Distance).
• View the time when you have not been moving (Stopped Time).
• View the time when you have been moving (Driving Time).
• View the total time traveled.
• View your average speed while traveling.
• View your average speed overall.
• View your maximum speed while traveling.
Que Applications
QueTrip
QueTrip
Page
To use QueTrip:
1. Tap the QueTrip icon to launch the application. Observe the
QueTrip page. Speed displays as zero when you are not moving.
Reset Menu
to display the four reset options: Odometer,
2. Tap the Menu icon
Trip Computer, Max Speed, and All.
3. Tap the desired Reset option and follow the dialog box prompts.
Reset Option Confirmation Window
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Que Applications
QueClock
Using QueClock
The QueClock displays the current time and date. When the
iQue is tracking satellites, the clock reflects the correct time transmitted by the satellites (based on an atomic clock) for your location.
Use the QueClock application to:
• View date and time
• Set QueClock to function as an alarm clock
• View any date book appointments scheduled for the current day
To view the time, date, and year:
1. Tap the QueClock icon from the Applications Launcher screen.
2. Observe the time, date, and year display. Tap the OK to close.
To set the time, date, and year:
1. From the QueClock, tap the Set Date & Time button on the
QueClock application to display the Date & Time Preferences page.
2. To set the date, tap the field next to the ‘Set Date’ option. Select
the current year, month, and date.
3. To set the time, tap the field next to the ‘Set Time’ option. Highlight
hours or minutes, then tap the up or down arrows to set the time.
Tap AM or PM. Tap OK to close.
4. To set the time zone, tap the field next to the ‘Set Time Zone’
option. Tap your selection and then OK to close.
5. Tap the Daylight Savings icon to turn it On or Off. Check that the
time is still correct, since the time zone and daylight savings time
settings affect the time.
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To set the alarm:
1. With QueClock displayed, tap the field under “Alarm” to display the
“Set Alarm” page.
2. The alarm set is either blank or set to a time you have previously
set. To set it to the desired time, tap the hour in the first column
and then the minutes (in increments of 5 minutes) from the second
column. Then select AM or PM.
Que Applications
QueClock
3. Tap OK to set the alarm and return to the clock page. Observe the
alarm set time in the field below the Alarm title. (If you set an alarm
time that has already expired, the alarm will be set for the following
day.)
Set Alarm
4. Select the frequency for which the alarm will be repeated. Tap Once
to choose from Once, Daily (once each day of the full seven day
week), or Mon. to Fri. (Monday through Friday).
5. Select the desired alarm tone by tapping the field next the Alarm
Sound title to choose from several options.
6. Tap OK to exit the application.
You may set one alarm for a twenty-four hour period. If you desire
multiple alarms in one day, use the Date Book Application to list them as
appointments.
Set alarm frequency
To use the alarm function:
1. When the set alarm time arrives the alarm sounds and the
“Reminder” page appears.
2. Tap OK to acknowledge and close, Snooze to reset the alarm for 5
minutes later, or GoTo to return to the QueClock application.
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Que Applications
QueSun & Moon
Using QueSun & Moon
The QueSun & Moon application displays information about the sun
and moon or for any location, date, and time. Use the QueSun & Moon
application to view position of the sun and moon for any date and time,
and view sun and moon rise and set times and moon phases.
To view the sun and moon position:
1. Tap the QueSun & Moon icon to display the application page.
2. Observe the current positions for the sun and moon.
3. Tap the Menu icon
to display the options for QueSun & Moon.
•
QueSun & Moon Window
Tap ‘Use Current Date and Time’ to view sun and moon
information for your current location and date.
• Tap ‘Animate by Hour’ to view the sun and moon locations by
the hour.
• Tap ‘Animate by Day’ to view the sun and moon locations for
each day.
• Tap ‘Stop Animation’ to stop the animation.
4. You may also select different times, dates, and locations to view sun
and moon information.
Tap the date field to open a calendar and select a different date.
Tap the time field to choose a time of the day. Tap OK.
Tap the next to ‘Current Location’ to view the sun and moon
information for another location. You can select to find the location
using the map or QueFind.
QueSun & Moon Options
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and tap ‘Use Current Date and Time’ to
5. Tap the Menu icon
display sun and moon information for the current date and time.
Using QueHunt & Fish
The QueHunt & Fish application displays the time intervals for
hunting and fishing success for any location and date. Use the QueHunt
& Fish application to determine where and when hunting and fishing
opportunities are likely to produce the best results.
Que Applications
QueHunt & Fish
To view hunting and fishing for a Location and Date:
1. Tap the QueHunt & Fish icon to view hunting and fishing
information for your current location and date. The day’s
‘Prediction’, ‘Best Times’, and ‘Good Times’ are displayed.
2. Tap the date field to open a calendar and select a different date.
Tap the time field to choose a time of the day. Tap OK.
Tap the next to ‘Current Location’ to view the sun and moon
information for another location. You can select to find the location
using the map or QueFind.
QueHunt & Fish Window
Date Selection window
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Downloading Map Data
Map Install
Using Map Install to Download Map Data
Map Install allows you to download detailed mapping data to the
iQue or a Secure Digital Card. When detailed maps are installed, Que
applications, like QueFind, can provide a broader range of information
about the geographic area in which you are navigating. If you do not
install detailed mapping data, you will only have access to the information contained in your unit’s basemap.
To download maps:
1. You must have first installed the Detailed Map Data CD’s on your
PC. Refer to the iQue 3200 Setup Guide.
2. Open Palm™ Desktop and click the Map Install icon to your left at
the edge of the ‘Palm Desktop’ window.
3. Read the information on the ‘Welcome’ window. It will help to
determine your next step. For certain maps (those provided with
your new unit) you must use an Unlock Code to open the map data.
You may have already input the Unlock Code during the setup
process and you can move to the next InstallWizard page.
Map Install Welcome Window
If not, use the installation CD to retrieve your code or the sheet of
paper packaged with your unit that contains the code. Click the
Unlock Code button to open the dialog box.
4. In the map selection screen, select maps to download to your unit.
Use the cursor to click on the map areas that you want to download.
5. Click Next to move to the ‘Finish’ window.
Unlock Code Dialog
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The next time you perform a HotSync® operation, the map data will
be moved to the iQue handheld or a Secure Digital Card.
Using MapSource® to Download Map Data
If you own or intend to purchase additional Garmin MapSource
products (other than those provided with your iQue handheld), you
may need an unlock code to install some of these additional MapSource
products requires. You can obtain the unlock code from the Garmin
web site after you enter the Unlock Certificate code provided with the
product and your unit id. To determine your unit id, tap the Menu bar
at the top of the Applications Launcher screen and tap Info. Then the
Version button. Locate Unit ID: on the page. Your ID begins only after
the dash: example (0G32- 00000000).
The MapSource operating software (version 5.4 and above) can be
used to download maps to the iQue or a Secure Digital Card. When
using the “Save To Device” feature on MapSource download maps, select
the “iQue” option to display the “Save To iQue” dialog window. In the
“iQue Settings” portion of this window, select a Location of either “Internal Storage” or “Secure Digital (SD) Card” and then click Send.
The next time you perform a HotSync® operation the map data will
be transferred to the iQue handheld.
When downloading maps, be certain to check the amount of free
space available on the card to be certain there is sufficient space for the
new maps. Open the Card Info application to view the available space
information.
Downloading Map Data
MapSource
MapSource map selection window
‘Save to Device’
button and options
‘Send to iQue’
dialog box
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Appendix
Specifications
Internal System
Operating System:
Embedded
Capabilities:
Audio hardware:
Processor:
Internal memory:
Expandable memory:
Palm OS® 5.2.1
GPS receiver, infrared communication, SDIO, and vibrating alarm
Speaker
200 MHz Motorola Dragonball MXL ARM9
32 MB SDRAM
SD/MMC
Standard Applications
Garmin “Que” apps: GPS Info, Clock, Address Lookup, Electronic Mapping, Track Log,
Trip Computer, Automatic Route Generation, and Turn-By-Turn
Voice Guidance
Palm OS 5.2.1 apps: Address Book, Calculator, Date Book, Memo Pad, Palm Reader,
and To Do List
Other 3rd party apps: Astraware Game Pack*, Documents To Go by DataViz*,
powerOne Personal Calculator, Star Caddy*, Splash Wallet*,
Vindigo*, WorldMate”, DataViz Mail*, and Palm Reader Basic
(*Demo)
Moving Map Features
Basemap:
Built-in routable basemap contains state and country
boundaries, lakes, rivers, streams, airports, cities, towns,
coastlines, state and interstate highways, local thoroughfares,
and secondary roads within metro areas
CD-ROM:
Accepts downloadable map detail from Garmin PC-based
MapSource City Select™ and City Navigator™, Worldmap™
CD-ROM’s, which provide street-level detail, addresses, listings
of nearest restaurants, hotels, ATM’s and more
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GPS Performance
Receiver:
12 parallel channel GPS receiver continuously tracks and uses
up to 12 satellites to compute and update your position
Acquisition times:
Warm:
Approximately 15 seconds
Cold:
Approximately 45 seconds
AutoLocate™:
Approximately 5 minutes
Update rate:
1/second continuous
GPS accuracy:
Position: < 15 meters, 95% typical
Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state
DGPS (WAAS) accuracy:
Position: < 3 meters, 95% typical
Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state
Interfaces:
USB, infrared, RS232
Antenna:
Flip-up adjustable GPS antenna
Power
Source:
Operating range:
Battery Life:
Physical
Size:
Weight:
Display:
Lithium-ion battery
0–50° C
Approximately 2 weeks standby time or approximately 10 days
if used an average of 30 minutes per day with the backlight off.
Battery life varies depending upon temperature and individual
use patterns.
Appendix
Navigation Features
Routes:
Automatically calculated with
turn-by-turn instructions.
Using built-in basemap, routes
include interstates, highways
and major thoroughfares; with
detailed data from CD-ROM,
routes include residential
street-level detail
Number of Routes: 50 routes, with up to 50 points
per route
Number of Tracks:
32 Tracks, with up to 500
points per saved track and a
maximum of 5,000 active track
points
Trip computer:
Resettable odometer, timers,
average and max. speeds
2.8” W x 5” H x 8” D (72.1 x 127 x 20.3 mm)
5.2 ounces (161.7 g)
320 x 320 pixels, 16-bit color display and white LED backlight
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Appendix
WAAS and DGPS
What is WAAS?
The Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) is an F.A.A. funded
project to improve the overall integrity of the GPS signal. It is a spacebased system that broadcasts integrity information and correction data
as determined by ground reference stations (see “DGPS” below). At
this time the system is still in the developmental stage with a goal of
providing reliable signals with an accuracy of 7 meters (21–22 ft.) both
horizontally and vertically 95% of the time. Current tests have shown
the actual accuracy to be on the order of 2–3 meters. For more information, go to http://gps.faa.gov/Programs/WAAS/waas.htm.
What is Differential GPS (DGPS)?
The U.S. and Canadian governments (among others) have set up
Differential GPS (DGPS) stations to transmit correction signals. They are
operational in coastal areas and on many navigable river systems. The
DGPS system is available for use without a fee.
In addition to compensating for errors in the position, these corrections signals can also correct for deliberate degradation of the accuracy of
GPS by the U.S. Department of Defense under their Selective Availability
(SA) program. Please refer to the U.S. Coast Guard’s web site: http:
//www.navcen.uscg.gov/ for locations and the status of the differential sites.
Using DGPS requires additional equipment.
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What are Map Datums and which should I use?
A datum is a mathematical model of the Earth which approximates
the shape of the Earth, and enables calculations to be carried out in a
consistent and accurate manner. The datum is physically represented by
a framework of ground monuments (i.e. trig. stations) whose positions
have been accurately measured and calculated on this reference surface.
Lines of latitude and longitude on a map or chart are referenced to a specific map datum. Every chart has a map datum reference and the iQue
handheld can be set to match most of those commonly used.
If you are navigating and comparing the GPS coordinates to a map,
chart, or other reference, the map datum in the GPS unit should be
set to the same datum as the map or chart to insure the most accurate
navigation.
What is a Location Format and which should I use?
Your current location can be viewed on the GPS in the form of coordinates. Since different maps and charts use different location formats,
Garmin GPS units allow you to choose the correct coordinate system
for the type of map you are using. The most common format is latitude
and longitude, which is utilized by all Garmin units. You may choose to
change the location format to use with other coordinate systems in Location Preferences. UTM/UPS (Universal Transverse Mercator/Universal
Polar Stereographic) are easy-to-use metric grids that are found on most
USGS topographic quadrangle maps. Several other grids, including a
user-definable grid (for the advanced user), may also be selected.
Appendix
Map Datums and Location
Formats
Map Datums are based on a mathematical model of the Earth.
Location Formats
Map Datums
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Appendix
Location Coordinates
Address
Location Page
Edit Location
Window
Set New
Location
Dialog
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Editing or Assigning Location Coordinates
No matter where you are on the surface of the earth, there is an exact
description for your current location, called a location coordinate. A location coordinate is the description for any specific location on the earth
determined by one of the many types of Location Formats.
When you save any QueMap or QueFind item as a Waypoint, location coordinates are automatically assigned using information contained
in the mapping database either stored in your unit or on the Secure
Digital Card. Those locations will be displayed in the format set by the
factory default settings or the format you have set using the preferences
settings for Location Format for Que applications.
When you assign a location to an entry in the Address Book, one of
the options is “Manual”, which allows you to enter location coordinates
for the Address Book entry, if you know what they are.
Index
A
D
H
Accuracy Circle 13
Acquiring Satellites 5
Address 17
Address Book 22, 26, 27, 33
Address Location 25
Attention Tone 38
Auto-Zoom 13
Avoid 35, 38
Date 42
Date Book 34
Daylight Savings 42
Detour 35
DGPS 50
Differential GPS 50
Digital Card 13, 46
Display Format 8, 10
Download Map 46, 47
Help 12
HotSync® 46
Basemap 13
Battery Saver 6
By Name 16
E
L
C
FCC Compliance Information iv
Find 25
Finding an Address 17
Finding an Intersection 19
Find Items List 15
Flag 23
B
Calculate Routes For 38
Change Route 36
City 17
Clock 42
Correction Signals 50
Creating Routes 31
Current location 8
Customizing 1
Customizing a Route 36
Entire Log 28
F
I
Information 10
Initializing the GPS Receiver 1
Installation CD 46
InstallWizard 46
Install Map Data 46
Intersection 19
Location 23, 25, 27
Coordinates 52
Formats 13, 51, 52
G
GPS Receiver Status 5
Guidance Preferences 38
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Index
M
P
Q
Magnifying 14
Manual 25
Manuals vii
Map 25
MapInstall 46, 46–52
MapSource 47
Map Datum 13, 51
Map Orientation 8
Map Page 8
Map Scale 8, 9, 11
Mark Waypoint 22
Metric 1
Palm™ Desktop 46
Pan Map 8, 9, 11
Points of Interest 20
Position Arrow 8, 11
Position Coordinates 13
Postal Code 17
Precautions v
Preferences 2, 38
Guidance 38
Location 13, 51, 52
QueClock 42
QueGPS 6
QueMap 12, 13
QueTracks 29
Que button 2
Routing 38
Units 1
Prefix/Suffix 18, 19
Prefs 2
QueClock 42
QueFind 14, 26, 31
QueGPS 3
Options 6
QueGPS Preferences
Preferences 6
QueHunt & Fish 45
QueMap 8, 10, 32
QueRoutes 30
QueSun & Moon 44
QueTracks 28
QueTrip 41–42
QueTurns 40–42
Que Applications Hard Button 2
N
Nearest Current Location 16
Near Map Pointer 15
New Elevation 6
New Location 6
North Up 9
O
Off-Route Recalculation 38
Off Road 38
Orientation 8
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R
Recalculating a Route 34
Receiver Status 5
Recently Found Places 20
Recent Finds 20
Region 17, 19
Resume Navigation 35
Route To 15, 21, 26, 31, 32, 33
Routing Preferences 38
Index
S
T
W
Safety Warnings and Cautions vi
Satellite Status Page 4
Saved Routes 37
Saved Track 29
Save Active Route 37
Save Waypoint 15
Saving a Route 37
Search 18, 19
Selecting Cities 16
Select a Destination 31, 32, 34
Select Street Name 19
Setting up 1
Set Date 42
Set Time 42
Show On Map 29
Sky View 4
Software License Agreement i
Specifications 48–52
Statute 1
Stop Navigation 35
Street Names 18, 19
Street Number 17
Time 42
Time, Date, and Year 42
Time Zone 42
Track Log 28
Track Up 8, 9
Transportation Options 38
Turn Preview 38, 40
Turn the Receiver On 1
WAAS
Preferences 6
Wide Area Augmentation System 50
WAAS and DGPS 50–52
Warnings v
Waypoint 15, 21, 22, 23
Change 25
Edit 24
Save 23
Select 26
View 23
Waypoint Flag 8, 9, 10
Waypoint Symbol 24
U
Units 1
Unlock Code 46
Use All 17, 19
Using Waypoints 21
UTM/UPS 51
V
Vehicle Pointer 11
Vias 30, 36
Viewing the Map Page 8
View Area 8, 11
Voice Prompt 38, 39
Volume 39
Z
Zoom 9
Zoom Scale 8
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