Owner`s manual | Garmin 450 GPS Receiver User Manual

Owner’s Manual
zumo 400/450
™
the personal motorcycle navigator
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March 2007
Part Number 190-00778-00 Rev. C
Preface
Preface
Thank you for purchasing the Garmin®
zūmo™.
Manual Conventions
When you are instructed to “touch”
something, use your finger to touch an
item on the screen. You will see arrows
(>) used in the text. They indicate that
you should touch a series of items. For
example, if you see “touch Where to >
Favorites,” you should touch the Where
to button, and then touch Favorites.
Contact Garmin
Contact Garmin if you have any
questions while using your zūmo. In
the USA, contact Garmin Product
Support by phone: 913/397.8200 or
800/800.1020, Monday–Friday, 8 AM–5
PM Central Time; or go to
www.garmin.com/support, and click
Product Support.
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In Europe, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
at +44 (0) 870.8501241 (outside the UK)
or 0808 2380000 (UK only).
myGarmin™
Go to http://my.garmin.com to access the
latest services for your Garmin products.
From the myGarmin Web site, you can:
• Register your Garmin unit.
• Subscribe to online services for safety
camera information (see page 42).
• Unlock optional maps.
Return to myGarmin often for new
Garmin product services.
About Google Earth™
Go to http://earth.google.com to
download the Google Earth application.
With Google Earth installed on your
computer, you can view waypoints,
tracks, and routes saved in MapSource®.
From the View menu, select View in
Google Earth.
Preface
Preface.............................................i
Manual Conventions...........................i
Contact Garmin..................................i
myGarmin...........................................i
About Google Earth............................i
Important Information....................... iv
Getting Started................................1
Looking at Your zūmo........................1
Quick Links........................................2
zūmo Tips and Shortcuts...................2
Adjusting the Volume.........................2
Adjusting the Brightness....................2
Mounting the zūmo on Your
Motorcycle....................................3
Configuring Your zūmo......................7
Acquiring Satellites............................7
Using Your zūmo...............................7
Finding Your Destination ..................8
Following Your Route........................9
Adding a Stop to Your Route.............9
Adding a Detour..............................10
Stopping the Route..........................10
Taking a Better Route......................10
Locking Your zūmo..........................10
Where to........................................ 11
Finding an Address.......................... 11
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Go Page Options.............................12
Go Home.........................................12
Finding Points of Interest.................12
Recently Found Locations...............14
Favorites..........................................14
Creating a Saved Route..................16
Finding a Location Using the Map...18
Entering Coordinates.......................19
Expanding Your Search...................19
Using the Main Pages..................20
Map Page........................................20
Trip Information Page......................21
Turn List Page.................................22
Next Turn Page...............................22
Traffic Information........................23
Viewing Traffic Incidents..................23
Avoiding Traffic................................23
Purchasing Traffic Subscriptions.....24
Managing Files on Your zūmo.....25
Supported File Types......................25
Deleting zūmo Files.........................27
Using the Media Player................28
Listening to MP3 Files ....................28
Customizing the zūmo.................30
Changing the Map Settings.............30
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Changing the System Settings........31
Localizing Your zūmo......................32
Managing User Data.......................33
Changing the Navigation Settings...34
Customizing the Display..................35
Changing the Keyboard...................35
Managing Traffic Settings................36
Restoring All Settings......................36
Clearing All User Data.....................36
Appendix.......................................37
zūmo Audio Options........................37
Charging the zūmo..........................37
Automotive Mount Accessory .........37
Updating the zūmo Software...........39
Purchasing and Loading Additional
Map Data....................................40
Optional Accessories.......................40
Battery Information .........................44
Using a Remote Antenna................45
About GPS Satellite Signals............45
Specifications..................................46
zūmo Troubleshooting.....................47
USB Interface Troubleshooting.......48
Index..............................................50
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Preface
Important Information
Product Warnings
When your zūmo is not in the motorcycle mount, use the weather cap
to prevent damage to the connector.
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide for product
warnings and legal information.
Tips for Protecting Your zūmo
Connector
• Carry and store your zūmo in the included carrying case (zūmo
Weather cap
450 only).
• Do not store your zūmo where prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures can occur (such as in
the trunk of a car), because it can cause permanent damage.
• Though a PDA stylus can also be used to operate the touch screen, never attempt this while
operating a vehicle. Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touch screen or damage may
result.
• Avoid dropping your unit and operating it in extreme high-shock and high-vibration
environments. Your zūmo contains sensitive electronic components that can be permanently
damaged if exposed to excessive shock or vibration outside normal motorcycle use.
• To avoid theft, remove the zūmo and mount from sight when not in use.
• Use the Garmin Lock™ feature. See page 10.
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Garmin declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
To view the full Declaration of Conformity, see the Garmin Web site for your Garmin product:
www.garmin.com/products/zumo400 or www.garmin.com/products/zumo450. Click Manuals, and
then select the Declaration of Conformity.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Looking at Your zūmo
B
Power button
C
Zoom in, raise volume, or
D
increase brightness.
A
C.
Zoom out, lower volume, or E
decrease brightness.
D.
Page button—scroll through
the Map, Trip Information, and
Media Player pages. Press and
SD card
Mini-USB port for AC adapter,
hold to adjust brightness.
slot
USB Mass Storage mode, and
updating software
E.
Speak button—press
to adjust volume
level. Press and hold
to announce voice
Battery pack
directions.
(see page 44)
A.
B.
MCX connector
under weather
cap (see page
45)
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Getting Started
zūmo Tips and Shortcuts
• Touch and hold
to quickly
return to the Menu page.
• Press
to return to the Map page.
• Touch
and
to see more
choices.
• Touch
to adjust settings such
as volume, brightness, language, and
keyboard.
Adjusting the �Volume
Press
, and then use
and
to
adjust the volume. For advanced volume
settings, touch
> Volume.
Quick Links
• Finding an address: page 11
• Viewing the Map page: page 20
• Using the Garmin Lock™ antitheft feature: page 10
• Listening to MP3 files: pages
28–29
• Transferring files to your zūmo:
pages 25–27
• zūmo audio options: see page 37
• Frequently asked questions: page
47
Adjusting the �Brightness
Press and hold
, and then use
and
to adjust the brightness. See
page 35 for additional display settings.
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Getting Started
Mounting the zūmo on Your Motorcycle
Warning: The terms of the Garmin Warranty require that the power cable
with bare wire leads be installed by experienced installers having the proper
knowledge of automotive electrical systems and skill in the use of special tools
or hardware required for installation.
1: Connect Power to the Mount
Select a suitable and secure location to mount the zūmo on your motorcycle based on
available power sources and safe cable routing.
Power connector
Bare wires
with inline
fuse for power
connection
About Connecting Audio
Standard jacks for microphone (2.5 mm) and audio out (3.5 mm) are located on the
left side of the mount (under a weather cap). When connecting your audio system to
the zūmo, be sure to consider the pathways needed to route the necessary cables. For
more information, see page 37.
2: Install the Handlebar Base
The zūmo includes parts for two handlebar installation solutions. Custom mounts can
require additional hardware (www.ram-mount.com).
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A) To install the U-bolt and handlebar
base:
Handlebar
base
U-bolt
1. Place the U-bolt around the handlebar,
and thread the ends through the handlebar
base.
2. Tighten the nuts to secure the base. Do
not overtighten.
Note: The recommended torque
is 50in-lb (5.7 N-m). Do not exceed
Handlebar
maximum torque of 80in-lb (9 N-m).
B) To install the handlebar base to the clutch/brake clamp bracket:
Note: Both 1/4” standard and M6 bolts are included. Match the size of the
factory bolts on your clutch/brake clamp bracket.
1. Remove the two factory bolts
on your clutch/brake clamp
bracket.
2. Thread the new bolts through
the handlebar base, spacers,
and clamp bracket.
3. Tighten the bolts to secure the
base.
Handlebar
base
Clutch/brake
clamp bracket
Spacers
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3: Attach the Base Plate
to the zūmo Mount
1. Thread the M4 x 40 mm
flathead bolts and nuts to
attach the base plate to the
zūmo mount.
2. Tighten the nuts to secure the
base plate.
zūmo mount
Base plate
Weather cap
Base plate
zūmo mount
Doublesocket arm
Power
socket
Mini-USB
port
Weather cap
Handlebar base
Knob
4: Attach the
Base Plate to the
Handlebar Base
1. Align the ball of the
handlebar base and the
ball of the base plate
with the double-socket
arm.
2. Tighten the knob slightly.
3. Adjust for better viewing
and operation.
4. Tighten the knob to
secure the mount.
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5: Install the zūmo
in the Mount
1. Plug the power cable
into the zūmo mount.
For a better seal,
tighten the screws on
the power connector.
2. Flip the lever up.
3. Flip the weather cap
down and under
(magnetic).
4. Place the zūmo into
the mount, and flip the
lever down.
5. Tighten the security
screw.
About the Security Screwdriver
Use the security screw to better secure
the zūmo to the mount. You can connect
the screwdriver to your key chain for
easy access.
zūmo mount
Lever
Security screw
Power
cable
Security screwdriver
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Getting Started
Configuring Your zūmo
To turn on your zūmo, press and hold
configure your zūmo.
. Follow the on-screen instructions to
Acquiring Satellites
Go outdoors to an open area, out of garages, and away from tall buildings. Turn on the
zūmo. Acquiring satellite signals may take a few minutes.
The
bars indicate GPS satellite strength. When the bars are green, your zūmo
has acquired satellite signals, and you can start navigating.
Using Your zūmo
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Displays satellite strength.
Displays battery status.
Touch to find a destination.
Touch to view the Map page.
Touch to view traffic incidents (requires
receiver and subscription).
F. Touch to open the Media Player.
G. Touch to adjust the zūmo’s settings.
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Getting Started
Finding Your Destination
The Where to menu provides several different categories for you to use when you
search for locations.
➊ Touch
Where to.
➍ Select a destination.
➋ Select a category.
➌Select a sub-
➎ Touch Go.
➏ Enjoy the route!
Tip: Touch
and
category.
to see more choices.
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Getting Started
Following Your Route
As you travel, your zūmo guides you to your destination with voice prompts, arrows
on the map, and directions at the top of the Map page. If you depart from the original
route, your zūmo recalculates the route and provides new directions.
Your route is marked with a
purple line.
Follow the arrows as you
take turns.
A checkered flag marks your
destination.
Adding a Stop to Your Route
You can add a stop to your route. The zūmo gives you directions to the stop and then to
your final destination.
1. With a route active, touch Menu on the Map page, and
touch Where to.
2. Search for the extra stop.
3. Touch Go.
4. Touch Add as Via Point to add this stop before your
destination. Touch Set as new Destination to make
this your new final destination.
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Adding a �������
Detour
If a road on your route is closed, you can
take a detour.
1. With a route active, touch Menu.
2. Touch Detour.
Stopping the Route
1. With a route active, touch Menu.
2. Touch Stop.
Taking a Better Route
As you approach your destination, the
zūmo evaluates road options, to find a
better route. If the zūmo finds a better
route, or
appears in the right
corner of the map. Touch or
to
take the better route.
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ocking Your zūmo
1. Touch
>
System >
Garmin Lock.
2. Touch OK, and enter a four-digit PIN.
3. Re-enter your four-digit PIN.
4. Touch OK.
5. Drive to a security location, and touch
Set.
Each time you turn on the zūmo,
enter your PIN or drive to the security
location.
What is a Security Location?
If you are at your security location, you
do not need to enter your PIN. If you
forget your PIN, acquire satellite signals
and then drive to your security location
to unlock the zūmo.
Note: If you forget your PIN
and your security location, you
must send your zūmo to Garmin
to get it unlocked.
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Where To
Where to
The Where to menu provides several
different categories you can use to search
for locations.
Finding an Address
1. Touch Where to >
Address.
2. Select a country, state/province, and
city/postal code, if necessary.
3. Enter the address number, and touch
Done.
4. Enter the street name until a list of
streets appears, or touch Done.
5. Select the street and city, if
necessary.
6. Select the address, if necessary. The
Go page opens.
7. Touch Go to create a route to this
address.
TIP: Do not enter the street prefix
or suffix. For example, to find North
Main Street enter Main, and to find
Highway 7 enter 7.
About Postal Codes
You can search for a postal code. Enter
the postal code instead of the city name.
Not all map data provides postal code
searching.
Intersections
Finding an intersection is very similar
to finding an address. Touch
Intersection, and enter the two street
names.
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Where To
Go Page Options
Touch an item in the search results list to
view the Go page.
Going Home
After you set your home location, you
can route to it at any time by touching
Where to >
Go Home.
Changing Your Home
Location
Touch Go to create a turn-by-turn route
to this location.
Touch Show Map to view this location
on the map. If the GPS is off, touch
Set Loc. to set this as your current
location.
Touch Save to save this location as one
of your Favorites. See page 14.
Go Home
You can set a home location for the place
you return to most often.
1. Touch Where to >
2. Select an option.
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1. Touch
>
User Data > Set
Home Location.
2. Select Yes, enter my Address or
Yes, use my current location.
Finding Points of Interest
1. Touch Where to >
Food,
Lodging.
2. Select a category and a sub-category,
if necessary. (Touch the arrows to see
more categories.)
3. Select a destination.
4. Touch Go.
Go Home.
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Where To
Finding a Location by
Spelling the Name
If you know the name of the location you
are looking for, you can spell it using the
on-screen keyboard. You can also enter
letters contained in the name to narrow
the search.
1. Touch Where to >
Food,
Lodging.
2. Touch Spell Name.
3. Using the on-screen keyboard, enter
letters in the name. Touch Done.
4. Touch the location you are looking
for, and touch Go.
Using the On-Screen
Keyboard
When an on-screen keyboard appears,
touch and slide the yellow box to scroll
through the characters. Touch a character
to enter it.
Touch
to delete the last character
entered; touch and hold
to delete the
entire entry.
Touch
to change the keyboard
mode to use diacritical characters or
special characters.
Touch
to enter numbers.
To change the keyboard display, see
page 35.
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Where To
Recently Found Locations
Your zūmo stores the last 50 of your
recent finds in the Recently Found list.
The most recently viewed locations
appear at the top of the list. Touch
Where to >
Recently Found to
view your recently found items.
Touch Save > OK to add a recently
found location to your Favorites.
Touch Clear > Yes to delete all locations
from the Recently Found list.
Note: When you delete recently
found locations, all items are
removed from the list. It does not
delete the actual location from
your unit.
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Favorites
You can save up to 500 locations in your
Favorites, so you can quickly find them
and create routes to them. Your home
location is also stored in Favorites.
Saving Locations You Find
1. After you have found a location you
want to save, touch Save.
2. Touch OK. The location is saved in
Favorites.
Sharing Locations
Share your Favorites with other zūmo
owners. You must have an SD card
inserted with available storage space.
1. Touch Where to >
Favorites.
2. Select the location you want to share.
3. Touch Share.
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Where To
4. Verify that the correct location is
selected, and then touch Export.
5. Touch OK.
6. Eject your SD card, and insert it into
another zūmo.
7. A message appears. Touch Yes to
import the shared locations.
8. Touch
Favorites, and then touch
the location you want to import.
9. Touch Import, and then touch OK.
10.Touch Done to go back to the Menu
page.
Finding Saved Locations
Touch Where to >
Favorites.
The locations are listed by distance from
your current location. Touch Spell to
narrow your search.
Saving Your Current Location
From the Map page, touch the
vehicle icon. Touch Yes to save your
current location as a Favorite.
Editing Saved Locations
1. Touch Where to >
Favorites.
2. Touch the location you want to edit.
3. Touch Edit.
4. To edit the location:
Touch Change Name. Enter a name,
and touch Done.
Touch Change Map Symbol. Touch
a symbol.
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Where To
Touch Change Phone Number. Enter
a phone number, and touch Done.
Touch Delete to remove this item.
A list of all your Favorites appears.
Touch the item you want to delete.
Touch Delete > Yes.
Creating a Saved Route
Use your zūmo to create and save routes
before your next trip. You can save up to
50 routes.
1. Touch Where to >
Routes >
New.
2. Touch Add New Start Point.
3. Find a location as your starting point,
and touch Select.
4. Touch Add New End Point.
5. Find a location as your ending point,
and touch Select.
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6. Touch
to add another location to
your route. TIP: Use the Near button
to narrow your search, see page 19.
Touch
to remove a location.
7. Touch Map to calculate your route,
and view it on the map.
8. Touch Back to exit and save the
route.
Editing Saved Routes
1. Touch Where to >
Routes.
2. Select the route you want to edit.
3. Touch Edit.
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Where To
4. To edit the route:
Touch Change Name. Enter a new
name, and touch Done.
Touch Add/Remove Points to add
new start, stop, or end points to the
route.
Touch Manual Reorder to change
the order of points along your route.
Touch Optimal Reorder to
automatically order the points
according to straight line distance
between your start and end points.
Touch Recalculate to change the
route preference to calculate by faster
time, shorter distance, or off road.
Touch Delete to remove this item. A
list of all your routes appears. Touch
the item you want to delete. Touch
Delete > Yes.
Note: Your changes are
automatically saved when you
exit any of the route edit pages.
Sharing Routes
Share your saved routes with other zūmo
owners. You must have an SD card
inserted with available storage space.
1. Touch Where to >
Routes.
2. Select the route you want to share.
3. Touch Share.
4. Verify that the correct route is
selected, and then touch Export.
5. Touch OK.
6. Eject your SD card, and insert it into
another zūmo.
7. A message appears. Touch Yes to
import the shared route.
8. Touch Routes, and then touch the
route you want to import.
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Where To
Tips for Browsing the Map
9. Touch Import, and then touch OK.
10.Touch Done to go back to the Menu
page. To view your imported routes,
touch Where to >
Routes.
Note: You can also share routes
using Google Earth. Go to
http://earth.google.com.
Finding a Location �������
Using
the Map
Touch
View map to open the Map
page. Touch and drag anywhere on the
Map page to browse the map and view
different parts of the map. You can also
touch Where to >
>
Browse Map.
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• Touch the map and drag to view
different parts of the map.
• Touch and to zoom in and out.
• Touch any object on the map. An
arrow appears pointing at the object
you selected.
• Touch Back to return to the previous
screen.
• Touch Save to save this location to
your Favorites.
• Touch Go to create a turn-by-turn
route to the location.
• If the GPS is off, touch Set Loc. to
set the arrow location as your current
location.
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Where To
Entering Coordinates
If you know the geographic coordinates
of your destination, you can use your
zūmo to navigate to any location using
its latitude and longitude coordinates.
Touch Where to >
>
Coordinates.
Touch Format to change the type of
coordinates. Because different maps and
charts use different position formats, the
zūmo allows you to choose the correct
coordinate format for the type of map
you are using.
Touch Next for more options:
• Touch Go to create a turn-by-turn
route to the coordinates.
• Touch Show Map to view this
location on the map.
• Touch Save to save this location to
your Favorites.
Expanding Your Search
1. Touch Where to > Near.
2. Select an option:
Where I Am Now—searches near
your current location.
A Different City—searches near the
city you specify.
My Current Route—searches along
the route you are currently navigating.
My Destination—searches for
locations near your current route
destination.
3. Touch OK.
Note: Your zūmo automatically
searches near your current
location.
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Using the Main Pages
Using the Main Pages
Map Page
On the Menu page, touch
View map to open the Map page. The
icon shows your current location.
To save your current location, touch
the vehicle icon, and touch Yes.
Touch
vehicle
Touch the directions bar to
open the Turn List page.
to zoom out.
Touch
to zoom in.
Touch Menu to return
to the Menu page.
Touch Speed to open
the Trip Information
page.
Touch Turn In to open
the Next Turn page.
Map Page while Navigating a Route
Trip Information Page
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Turn List Page
Next Turn Page
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Using the Main Pages
Trip Information Page
Using the Fuel Gauge
Resetting Trip Information
1. On the Map page, touch Speed to
open the Trip Information page.
2. Touch Reset > Miles Per Tank.
3. Enter an amount, and touch Done.
4. A message appears when you have
30 miles (~48.3 km) remaining.
The Trip Information page shows your
current speed and provides helpful
statistics about your trip. To view the
Trip Information page, touch Speed on
the Map page.
If you want accurate trip information,
reset the trip information before
beginning a trip. If you make frequent
stops, leave the zūmo turned on so it can
accurately measure elapsed time during
the trip.
Touch Reset > Trip Data to reset the
odometer and time information.
Touch Reset > Max Speed to reset the
maximum speed.
Touch More to view total time, moving
time, and stopped time.
The fuel gauge is for motorcycle use
only. You can track your fuel usage when
the zūmo is in the motorcycle mount.
The fuel gauge is only as accurate as the
data you enter.
5. On the Map page, touch the
icon
to search for a nearby fuel station.
6. To reset the fuel gauge, go
to the Trip Information page,
and touch the fuel gauge >
Yes.
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Using the Main Pages
Turn List Page
When you are navigating a route, the
Turn List page shows turn-by-turn
instructions for your entire route and
the distance between turns. Touch the
directions bar on the top of the Map page
to open the Turn List page. Touch a turn
on the list to view the Next Turn page for
that turn. Touch Show Map to view the
entire route on the map.
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Next ����������
Turn Page
When you are navigating a route, the
Next Turn page shows the turn on the
map and the distance and time left before
you reach the turn. To view an upcoming
turn on the map, touch Turn In on the
Map page, or touch any turn from the
Turn List page.
Touch
and
to view other
turns in the route. When you are finished
viewing the Next Turn page, touch Back.
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Traffic Information
Your zūmo can receive and use traffic
information using an optional FM
TMC (Traffic Message Channel)
traffic receiver. When a traffic message
is received, your zūmo displays the
incident on the map and can change your
route to avoid the traffic incident.
Note: Garmin is not
responsible for the accuracy of
the traffic information. The traffic
receiver simply receives signals
from the traffic service provider
and displays that information on
your zūmo.
Viewing Traffic Incidents
Note: You can only access the
traffic information if the zūmo
is connected to a traffic receiver
(see page 41).
1. On the Menu page, touch
>
Traffic to show traffic incidents.
2. Select an item to view details.
3. Select an option.
Avoiding Traffic
The Map page displays
or
when
there is a traffic incident on your current
route or on the road on which you are
traveling.
Traffic icon for North America
Traffic icon for Europe
1. From the Map page, touch
.
or
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Traffic Information
2. Select an item to view details.
3. Touch Avoid.
Purchasing Traffic
Subscriptions
You can renew and purchase new
subscriptions at www.garmin.com/
fmtraffic.
Adding a �Subscription
1. Touch
>
>
Traffic.
2. Touch Subscriptions > Add.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
FM Traffic
For more information about an FM
traffic receiver, go to www.garmin
.com/traffic. For participating FM traffic
subscription providers and coverage
cities, go to www.garmin.com/fmtraffic.
Note: The FM traffic receiver
and zūmo must be in data range
of an FM station transmitting
TMC data to receive traffic
information.
Note: Additional
documentation is included with
your Garmin traffic receiver.
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Managing Files on Your zūmo
Managing Files on
Your zūmo
You can load files to the internal memory
or an optional SD card.
Step 1: Insert an SD Card
(Optional)
To insert or remove the card, press it in
until it clicks.
Note: The zūmo is not
compatible with Windows® 95,
Windows 98, or Windows Me
operating systems. This is a
common limitation of most USB
Mass Storage Devices.
Supported File Types
• MP3 music files
• JPEG and JPG image files for splash
screen or picture viewer
• GPI custom POI files from Garmin’s
POI Loader
• GPX waypoint files and maps from
MapSource
Note: The zūmo does not
support iTunes® M4A/M4P files.
Mini-USB port for AC
adapter, USB Mass
Storage mode, and
updating software
SD card
slot
Step 2: Connect the �����
USB
Cable
1. Plug the small end of the USB cable
into the mini-USB port.
2. Connect the larger end of the USB
cable to an available USB port on
your computer.
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Managing Files on Your zūmo
Two additional drives appear in your
computer’s list of drives. “Garmin”
is the available storage in the zūmo’s
internal memory. The other removable
disk drive is the SD card.
Note: If the drive is not named
automatically, see your Help file
or page 49 to rename the drive.
Step 3: Transfer Files to
Your zūmo
For Windows
1. Connect the zūmo to your computer.
2. Double-click
My Computer.
3. Browse your computer for the file you
want to copy.
4. Highlight the file, and select Edit >
Copy.
5. Open the Garmin drive or the SD
card drive.
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6. Select Edit > Paste. The file appears
in the list of files on the Garmin or SD
card drive.
Note: You can also drag and
drop files to and from your
drives.
For Mac®
1. Connect the zūmo to your
computer. Your Garmin
and SD card drives should
Volume
mount onto your Mac
icon
desktop as two mounted
volumes.
2. To copy files to your Garmin or SD
card drive, drag and drop any file or
folder onto the volume icon.
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Step 4: Eject and Unplug
For Windows
When you are finished transferring files,
double-click the
Unplug or Eject
icon in your Windows system tray.
Select USB Mass Storage Device, and
click Stop. Select the drive, and click
OK. You can unplug the USB cable from
your zūmo now.
For Mac
When you are finished transferring
files, drag the volume icon to the Trash
(it turns into an Eject icon) to
unmount the device. You can unplug the
USB cable from your zūmo now.
Deleting zūmo Files
You can delete files from your zūmo
just as you would delete files from your
computer.
Connect the zūmo to your computer,
and open your Garmin or SD card
drive. Select the file that you want to
delete, and press the Delete key on your
computer’s keyboard.
Caution: If you are not sure
about a file’s purpose, do not
delete it. Your zūmo memory
contains important system files
that should not be deleted. Be
cautious of files located in folders
entitled “Garmin.”
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Using the Media Player
Using the Media
Player
Listening to MP3 Files
Load MP3 files to the internal memory
or an optional SD card. See pages 25–27
for more information.
1. On the Menu page, touch
to
open the Media Player.
2. Touch Browse.
3. Touch a category. You view a list of all
MP3 files or view by album, artist, or
genre.
4. To play the entire category from the
beginning of the list, touch Play All.
To play all starting with a specific
song, touch the title.
Touch the album art to view details
about the MP3 file.
Touch
to adjust the volume. For
zūmo audio options, see page 37.
Tap
to go to the beginning of the
song; touch and hold to skip back.
Tap
to skip to the next song; touch
and hold to skip ahead.
Touch
to pause the song.
Touch
to repeat.
Touch
to shuffle.
Note: The zūmo plays MP3
files only; it does not support
iTunes® M4A/M4P files.
Album art
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Using the Media Player
Using a Playlist
This feature involves managing files on
your zūmo (see pages 25–27).
5. Touch Browse > Import Playlist.
The available playlists appear.
1. Using your computer and an audio
program such as Winamp™, create a
playlist of MP3 files.
2. Save the playlist as an M3U file.
Note: You may need to edit the
M3U file with a text editor, such
as Notepad, to remove the path
(location) to the MP3. The M3U
file should only list the MP3 files
in your playlist, not their location.
Refer to the audio program’s
Help file for instructions.
6. Touch a playlist to start playing the
MP3 files.
Note: You cannot change the
order of the playlist from your
zūmo.
3. Transfer the playlist and the
associated MP3 files to the Garmin or
SD card drive. The M3U file must be
in the same location as the MP3 files.
4. On the zūmo, touch
the MP3 player.
to open
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Customizing the zūmo
Customizing the zūmo
1. From the Menu page, touch
.
2. Touch the setting you want to change.
Each setting contains a submenu or a
list.
Changing the Map Settings
Touch
>
Map.
Map Detail—adjust the amount of detail
shown on the map. Showing more detail
may cause the map to redraw slower.
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Map View—change the perspective of
the map.
• Track Up—display the map in 2
dimensions (2D) with your direction
of travel at the top.
• North Up—display the map in 2D
with North at the top.
• 3D—display the map in 3 dimensions
(3D) in Track Up.
Vehicle—touch Change to change
the icon used to show your position
on the map. Touch the icon you want
to use, and then touch OK. Download
additional vehicle icons at www.garmin
.com/vehicles.
Map Info—view the maps loaded on
your zūmo and their version. Touch a
map to enable (check mark) or disable
(no check mark) that map.
Restore—restore the default map
settings.
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Changing the System
Settings
Touch
>
System.
GPS Mode—enable and disable GPS
and WAAS/EGNOS. Turning on the
WAAS/EGNOS setting might improve
GPS accuracy, but it consumes more
battery power. Go to www.garmin.com/
aboutGPS/waas.html for information
about WAAS/EGNOS.
Safe Mode—turn Safe Mode on or off.
When your vehicle is moving, Safe
Mode disables all functions that require
significant operator attention and could
become a distraction while driving.
Garmin Lock—turn on Garmin Lock
to lock your zūmo. Enter a 4-digit PIN,
and set a security location. For more
information, see page 10.
About—display your zūmo’s software
version number, unit ID number, and
audio version number. You need this
information when you update the system
software (see page 39) or purchase
additional map data (see page 40).
Restore—restore the default system
settings.
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Customizing the zūmo
Localizing Your zūmo
Touch
>
Locale.
To change a setting, touch the button
next to the icon.
To change all settings, touch Change
All. In each screen, select the setting,
and then touch OK.
Locale—select your location.
Text Language—set all on-screen
text to the selected language. Changing
the text language does not change the
language of user-entered data or map
data, such as street names.
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Voice Language—set the language
for voice prompts.
Time Format—choose a 12-hour,
24-hour, or UTC time format.
Time Zone—select a time zone or
nearby city from the list.
Daylight Saving—set to On, Off , or
Auto, if it is available.
Units—set units of measure to
Kilometers or Miles.
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Managing User Data
Touch
>
User Data.
Set Home Location—enter or change
your home location. See page 12.
Import Data—load Favorites, routes,
trip logs, and pictures from your Garmin
drive or SD card.
Manage Trip Log—view the current
trip log usage. The zūmo stores your
last 10,000 points of trip data. At the
start of your next big trip, you may want
to reset the trip log. Touch Clear Trip
Log. Clearing a large trip log may take
a few minutes. You can also reuse recent
trip information. Touch Save As Route
to select and save a recent trip segment
as a route. For more information about
routes, see page 16.
View Pictures—view pictures saved to
your Garmin drive or SD card. Touch
a thumbnail to view the image. Touch
the image again to zoom using and
. Touch the picture and drag to view
different parts of the picture.
To share pictures with another
zūmo user:
1. Touch a thumbnail.
2. Touch Share.
3. Verify that the correct picture is
selected, and then touch Export.
4. Eject your SD card, and insert it into
another zūmo.
5. A message appears. Touch Yes to
import the shared picture.
6. Touch Pictures > touch a thumbnail
> Import.
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Customizing the zūmo
7. Verify that the correct picture is
selected, and then touch Import.
Touch Slide Show to display each image
for a few seconds and then display the
next image. During the slide show, touch
the screen at any time to stop and see
more options.
Changing the Navigation
Settings
Touch
>
Navigation.
Route Preference—select a preference
for calculating your route:
• Faster Time—to calculate routes that
are faster to drive but can be longer in
distance.
• Shorter Distance—to calculate
routes that are shorter in distance but
can take more time to drive.
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• Off Road—to calculate point-topoint routes (without roads). On the
Map page, touch or press
to
scroll to the Compass page.
Vehicle Type—specify your vehicle type
to optimize routes.
Avoidances—select the road types you
want to avoid on your routes. The zūmo
uses these road types only if alternative
routes take you too far out of your way
or if no other roads are available. If
you have a traffic receiver, you can also
avoid traffic incidents.
Attention Tone—turn on or off the
attention tone.
Restore—restore the default navigation
settings.
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Customizing the Display
Changing the Keyboard
Color Mode—select Daytime for a
light background, Nighttime for a dark
background, or Auto to automatically
switch between the two.
Splash Screen—select an image to be
shown when you turn on the zūmo. First,
load JPEG images. See pages 25–27.
Brightness— raise and lower the
backlight brightness using and .
Screen Shot—enable Screen Shot mode.
Touch the
camera icon to take a
picture of the screen. The picture bitmap
file is saved in the Garmin\scrn folder
on the Garmin drive.
Large Buttons—displays a large button
touch-screen keyboard. This option is
suited for motorcyclists wearing gloves.
See page 13.
Auto—select to automatically switch
between the standard keyboard when
using the zūmo in the automotive mount
(optional accessory) and the large button
keyboard when using the zūmo in the
motorcycle mount.
Touch
>
Display.
Touch
>
Keyboard.
Standard—displays a full alphabetic
keyboard.
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Customizing the zūmo
Managing Traffic Settings
Touch
>
>
Traffic to
view FM traffic subscription information
and settings. You must have a traffic
reciever connected to the unit (see
pages 23–24).
Restoring All Settings
1. From the Menu page, touch
.
2. Touch Restore, and then touch
Yes. This restores all of your zūmo
settings to the factory defaults.
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Clearing All User Data
Caution: This deletes all
user-entered information
including Favorites, routes, trip
logs, settings, and recent finds.
1. Hold your finger on the lower-right
corner of the zūmo’s screen while
turning on the zūmo.
2. Keep your finger pressed until the
pop-up window appears.
3. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
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zūmo Audio Options
Connect your headphones or headset to
the zūmo to hear navigation prompts and
MP3s.
Note: For all audio features,
you must have an external power
source connected to the zūmo
mount.
Automotive Mount
Accessory
You can purchase an additional mount
for your automobile. Select a suitable
location in your vehicle for safe cable
routing and safe operation. Clean and
dry the selected area of your windshield.
Mounting on Your Windshield
1. Place the suction cup on the
windshield. Flip the suction lever
back, toward the windshield.
Charging the zūmo
1. Connect the power cable to the
mount and a power source.
2. Place the zūmo in the mount, and flip
the lever down.
Lever
ield
sh
nd
Wi
Suction
cup
Suction
lever
Power cable
Automotive
mount
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2. Plug the power cable into the side of
the mount.
3. Place the zūmo into the automotive
mount, and flip the lever down.
Lever
Suction
cup arm,
lever back
Mini-USB
port
Audio jacks
4. Plug the power cable into a power
receptacle in your vehicle. Your zūmo
should turn on automatically if the
vehicle is running.
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Mounting on Your Dashboard
Use the mounting disk to mount your
zūmo on the dashboard and to comply
with state regulations.
Note: The permanent
mounting adhesive is extremely
difficult to remove after it is
installed.
1. Clean and dry the dashboard where
you want to place the disk.
2. Remove the backing from the
permanent mounting adhesive on the
bottom of the disk.
3. Place the disk on the dashboard.
4. Place the suction cup part of the
automotive mount on top of the disk.
5. Flip the suction lever down (toward
the disk).
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Removing the zūmo from the
Mount
To remove the zūmo from the mount,
flip up the lever on the mount. Lift out
the zūmo.
You can separate the suction cup from
the automotive mount. Turn the mount as
far as you can to the right or left. Apply
pressure in that direction until the mount
snaps off the arm.
Note: Reconnecting the
suction cup to the automotive
mount requires significant force.
Press the ball end firmly into the
socket.
To remove the suction cup from the
windshield or mounting disk, flip the
suction lever up. Pull the tab on the
suction cup toward you.
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pdating the zūmo
Software
1. Go to www.garmin.com/products/
webupdater to download the
WebUpdater program to your
computer.
2. Connect the zūmo to your computer
using the mini-USB cable.
Mini-USB port for AC adapter, USB Mass
Storage mode, and updating software
3. Run WebUpdater, and follow the
screen prompts. After confirming
that you want to perform an update,
WebUpdater automatically downloads
the update and installs it on your
zūmo.
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4. Eject and unplug your zūmo (see
page 27).
Register your zūmo to receive
notification of software and map
updates. To register your zūmo, go to
http://my.garmin.com.
You can also download software updates
from www.garmin.com/products/
zumo400 or www.garmin.com/
products/zumo450. Click Updates and
Downloads, and follow the instructions.
Purchasing and Loading
Additional Map Data
To find out the version of the maps that
are loaded on your zūmo, touch
>
Map > Map Info. To unlock
additional maps, you need your unit ID
and serial number.
Check www.garmin.com/unlock/update
.jsp to see if an update for your map
software is available.
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You can also purchase additional map
data from Garmin and load the maps to
the internal memory or an optional SD
card.
Refer to the MapSource Help file
for more information about using
MapSource and loading maps and
waypoints on your zūmo.
Optional Accessories
For more information about optional
accessories, go to www.garmin
.com/products/zumo400 or
www.garmin.com/products/zumo450,
and click the Accessories link. You
can also contact your Garmin dealer
to purchase accessories. Optional
accessories include:
• Automotive mount
• Traffic receiver
• External remote antenna
• AC adapter
• Extras (see pages 41–43)
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Connecting Accessories to
Your zūmo
Some Garmin traffic receivers must be
plugged into a mini-USB port on the
zūmo mount. The audio jacks are located
on the left side of the zūmo mount.
Garmin Travel Guide™
Much like a paper travel guide, the
Garmin Travel Guide provides detailed
information about locations, such as
restaurants and hotels. To purchase the
Travel Guide accessory, go to
www.garmin.com/extras.
To use the Travel Guide:
Audio jacks
Mini-USB
port
Tip: Carefully connect and
disconnect cables. To disconnect,
do not pull on the cable (cord),
pull on the plug.
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1. Insert the SD card into your zūmo.
2. Touch Where to >
Extras.
3. Touch the Travel Guide.
4. Touch a category. Touch a subcategory, if necessary.
5. Touch a location in the list.
6. Do one of the following:
Touch Go to go to the location.
Touch Map to view this item on the
map.
Touch Save to save this location to
your Favorites.
Touch More to view more information
about the location.
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Appendix
Safety Cameras
Safety camera information is available in
some locations. (Check http://my.garmin
.com for availability.) For these
locations, your zūmo includes the
locations of hundreds of safety cameras.
Your zūmo alerts you when you are
approaching a safety camera and can
warn you if you are driving too fast. The
data is updated at least weekly, so you
always have access to the most up-todate information.
To get updated safety camera
information:
1. Go to http://my.garmin.com.
2. Sign up for a subscription.
You can purchase a new region at
any time, and you can extend existing
subscriptions at any time. Each region
that you purchase has its own expiration
date.
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Custom ������
POIs (Points
�����������
of
Interest)
Load custom points of interest (POIs)
onto your zūmo. POI databases are
available from various companies on the
Internet. Some custom databases contain
alert information for points, such as
school zones. A warning appears if you
are traveling too fast near these custom
POIs.
Use the Garmin POI Loader to load
POIs on your Garmin drive or SD card.
Download the POI Loader from
www.garmin.com/extras.
Refer to the POI Loader Help file for
more information; press F1 to open the
Help file.
To view your custom POIs, touch
Where to >
Extras >
Custom POIs.
To turn on or off custom POIs, touch
>
Proximity Points >
Proximity Alerts.
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To delete the custom POIs from your
zūmo, connect your zūmo to your
computer. Open the Garmin\poi folder
in the Garmin or SD card drive. Delete
the file entitled poi.gpi.
Caution: Garmin is not
responsible for the consequences
of using a custom POI database
or the accuracy of the safety
camera or other custom POI
database.
Garmin TourGuide™
The Garmin TourGuide allows your
zūmo to play third-party, GPS-guided
audio tours. These audio tours can take
you on a route while playing interesting
facts about historical sites along the way.
As you travel, the audio information
is triggered by GPS signals. For more
information, go to www.garmin.com/
extras and click POI Loader.
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To view your Garmin TourGuide files,
touch Where to >
Extras >
Custom POIs.
To change the Garmin TourGuide
settings, touch
>
Proximity
Points > TourGuide. Select Auto
Play to hear the complete tour as
programmed, Prompted to show the
speaker icon
on the map when tour
information is available during your
route, or Off.
SaversGuide®
The SaversGuide is an optional
accessory that is available only in North
America (www.garmin.com/extras).
With the SaversGuide preprogrammed
SD data card and membership card,
your zūmo is a digital coupon book that
notifies you of merchants near your
current location where you are eligible
for a discount, such as restaurants,
hotels, and movie theaters.
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Battery Information
NOTE: See the Important Safety
and Product Information guide
for battery warnings.
Your zūmo contains an internal lithiumion battery. The battery lasts up to 4
hours, depending on usage.
The
battery icon on the Menu
page indicates the status of the internal
battery. If the icon is not present, your
zūmo is connected to external power. For
information about charging your zūmo,
see page 37.
Maximizing the Battery Life
• Turn off GPS (
>
System
> GPS Mode > GPS Off) when you
do not need to receive GPS signals,
or use Normal mode when WAAS or
EGNOS is not available.
• Turn the backlight brightness down.
Press and hold
, and then use
and
to adjust the brightness.
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• Do not leave your zūmo in direct
sunlight. Avoid prolonged exposure
to excessive heat or cold.
Replacing the Battery
To purchase a replacement lithium-ion
battery pack, go to www.garmin.com/
products/zumo400 or www.garmin
.com/products/zumo450, and click the
Accessories link.
Unscrew the battery pack and replace
the battery. Contact your local waste
disposal department for information on
properly disposing of the battery.
Screw
Battery
pack
MCX
connector
under
weather cap
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Using a Remote Antenna
You can use an optional external remote
antenna (Garmin GA 25MCX). To
purchase, go to www.garmin.com/
products/zumo400 or www.garmin
.com/products/zumo450, and click the
Accessories link.
Pull back the weather cap from the MCX
connector located on the back of the
zūmo, and connect the antenna.
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About GPS ������������������
Satellite Signals
Your zūmo must acquire GPS (Global
Positioning System) satellite signals
to operate. If you are indoors, near tall
buildings or trees, or in a parking garage,
your zūmo cannot acquire satellites.
Go outside to an area free from tall
obstructions to use your zūmo.
When your zūmo has acquired satellite
signals, the signal strength bars on the
Menu page are green
. When it
loses satellite signals, the bars turn red or
disappear
.
For more information about GPS, go to
www.garmin.com/aboutGPS.
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Specifications
Physical size: 4.4” W x 3.2” H x
2.87” D (11.3 x 8.2 x 7.2 cm)
Weight: 0.59 pounds (269 g)
Display: 2.8” W x 2.1” H (7.2 x 5.4 cm);
320 x 240 pixels; bright, 16-bit LCD,
with white backlight and touch screen
Case: IPX7 waterproof
Temperature range: 32°F to 140°F (0°C
to 60°C)
Data storage: Internal memory and
optional removable SD card. Data stored
indefinitely.
Computer interface: USB mass storage,
plug-and-play
Charge time: Approximately 6 hours
Power input: 12 VDC
Usage: 15 W max. @ 13.8 VDC
Battery life: up to 4 hours depending on
usage
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GPS Performance
Specifications
Receiver: WAAS enabled
Acquisition times*:
Warm: < 1 sec
Cold: < 38 sec
Factory Reset: < 45 sec
*On average for a stationary receiver
with a clear view of the sky
Update rate: 1/sec, continuous
GPS accuracy:
Position: < 10 meters, typical
Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec RMS
GPS (WAAS) accuracy:
Position: < 5 meters, typical
Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec RMS
For a complete list of specifications, go
to www.garmin.com/products/zumo400
or www.garmin.com/products/zumo450,
and click Specifications.
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zūmo Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
My battery gauge does
not seem accurate.
Allow the unit to fully discharge and then fully charge it (without
interrupting the charge cycle).
The touch screen is not
responding to my taps
properly.
Calibrate the touch screen . Turn the unit off. Press and hold
for about one minute until the Calibration screen appears.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
The zūmo freezes up.
Reset the zūmo. Press and hold
and press
.
How do I clean the
zumo?
The zūmo is constructed of high-quality materials and does not
require user maintenance other than cleaning. Clean the unit’s
outer casing (not the touch screen) using a cloth dampened with
a mild detergent solution, and then wipe dry. Avoid chemical
cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic components.
How do I clean the
touch screen?
Clean the touch screen with a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Use
water, isopropyl alcohol, or eyeglass cleaner, if needed. Apply
the liquid to the cloth, and then gently wipe the touch screen.
The suction cup will not
stay on my windshield.
Clean the suction cup and windshield with rubbing alcohol. Dry
with a clean, dry cloth. Mount the suction cup as described on
page 37.
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Appendix
USB Interface Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
How do I know my
zūmo is in USB Mass
Storage Mode?
When your zūmo is in USB Mass Storage Mode, a picture of a
zūmo connected to a computer is shown. Also, you should see
a new removable disk drive listed in My Computer (Windows) or
a new volume (drive) on your desktop (Mac).
My computer never
senses that the zūmo is
connected.
1. Unplug the USB cable from your computer.
2. Turn the zūmo off.
3. Plug the USB cable into your computer and your zūmo.
The zūmo automatically turns on and goes into USB Mass
Storage Mode.
I cannot find any drives
named “Garmin” in my
list of drives.
If you have several network drives mapped on your computer,
Windows may have trouble assigning drive letters to your
Garmin or SD drives. Follow the steps on the next page to
assign (map) your drive letters.
I get a message saying
“Unsafe Removal of
Device” when I unplug
the USB cable.
Windows: Double-click the Unplug or Eject
icon in your
system tray. Select USB Mass Storage Device and click Stop.
Select the Garmin drive and click OK. You can unplug your
zūmo now.
Mac: Drag the volume icon to the Trash. The Trash icon
changes to an Eject icon. You can unplug your zūmo now.
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Appendix
Problem/Question
How can I rename
my Garmin drives in
Windows?
How do I assign (map)
my Garmin �����������
drives in
Windows?
Solution/Answer
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open My Computer.
Select the drive you want to rename.
Right-click your mouse, and select Rename.
Type the new name, and press the Enter key on your
computer’s keyboard.
1. Turn off your zūmo.
2. Plug the USB cable into the zūmo and your computer. Your
zūmo automatically turns on.
3. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative
Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disk
Management.
4. Click a zūmo removable disk drive (either the internal
memory or your SD card drive). Right-click your mouse, and
select Change Drive Letter and Path.
5. Select Edit, select a drive letter from the drop-down list, and
click OK.
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49
Index
Index
Symbols
2-D, 3-D map view 30
A
About button 31
accessories 40
address 11
add a stop 9
alerts, safety camera 42
antennas 40, 45
anti-theft feature 10, 31
audio
jacks 3, 38, 41
options 37
version 31
automotive mount 37
avoiding
road types 34
traffic 34
B
battery 44, 46
better route 10
brightness 2, 35
browsing the map 18
C
calibrating the touch screen 47
caring for your zūmo iv
car installation 37
charging the zūmo 37
50
cleaning 47
clearing user data 36
Compass page 34
computer connection 25
contact Garmin i
coordinates 19
current location, saving 15
customizing your zūmo 30–36
Custom POIs 42
D
dashboard mount 38
data storage drives 25, 46
daylight saving 32
Declaration of Conformity iv
deleting
all user data 36
character 13
custom POIs 43
Favorites 16, 17
files 27
detail maps 30
detours 10
diacritical characters 13
display settings 35
drives, Garmin 26
driving directions 22
E
editing saved places 15
EGNOS 31
ejecting the USB 27
expanding your search 19
Extras 41–42
F
Favorites 14
editing 15
finding 15
saving 14
sharing 14
FCC compliance iv
files
deleting 27
managing 25, 33
supported types 27
transferring 25–27
finding places
by address 11
by coordinates 19
by name 13
by postal code 11
intersection 11
item on the map 18
near another location 19
saved places (Favorites) 15
FM traffic 24
fuel gauge 21
G
Garmin Lock iv, 10, 31
Garmin TourGuide
playing files 43
Garmin Travel Guide 41
going home 12–19
Google Earth i
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Index
Go page 12
GPS 7, 45
H
home location 12
I
importing data 33
intersection 11
K
keyboard 13, 35
kilometers 32
L
languages 32
loading additional maps 40
locking your zūmo 10
M
M3U playlist 29
managing files 25–27
map
browse 18
customize 30
Map Info button 30
moving 18
update maps 39
using the Map page 18, 20
version 30
view 18, 30
zoom 18
MapSource i, 25, 40
menu page 7
miles 32
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mini-USB. See USB
motorcycle installation 3
mounting the zūmo
in a car 38
on a motorcycle 3
MP3 files
loading 25
playing 28
myGarmin i, 40, 42
removable disk drive 26
removing the mount 39
resetting
the max speed 21
the trip data 21
your zūmo 47
restoring settings 36
routes 16–18
routing preferences 34
N
S
navigation settings 34
Near button 19
Next Turn page 22
North Up map view 30
O
off road, routing 17, 34
P
picture viewer 33
PIN
Garmin Lock 10
playing music 28
playlist 29
POIs, custom 42
position icon 20, 30
postal code 11
protecting your zūmo iv
R
recently found location 14
registering your zūmo 40
remote antenna 45
safety cameras 42
Safe Mode 31
satellite signals 7, 45
SaversGuide 43
saving
places you find 12, 14
routes 16
your current location 15, 18
school zone database 42
Screen Shot mode 35
SD card 1, 25, 46
sharing 14, 17
security location 10
settings 30–36
setting your location 12, 18
sharing
Favorites 14
pictures 33
routes 17
show map 12, 22
slide show 34
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Index
software
updating 39
version 31
special characters 13
specifications 46
spelling the name of a place 13
splash screen 35
storing your zūmo iv
supported file types 25
system settings 31
U
T
V
text language 32
time format 32
time zone 32
tones 34
touch screen
aligning 47
cleaning 47
Track Up map view 30
traffic
avoiding 23, 34
incidents 23
settings 36
subscriptions 24
transferring files 25–27
Trip Information page 21
trip log 33
troubleshooting 47–49
turn-by-turn directions 22
Turn List page 22
52
unit ID 31
updating
maps 40
zūmo software 39
USB
mass storage mode 25–27
ports 1, 25, 38, 39, 41
troubleshooting 47
user data 33
vehicle icon 20, 30
vehicle type 34
view pictures 33
voice language 32
volume 2
W
WAAS 31
weather cap iv
WebUpdater 39
Z
zoom 18, 20, 33
zūmo 400/450 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.
© 2006–2007 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
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