Manual – Radio 7” with navigation (English)

Manual – Radio 7” with navigation (English)
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BUTTONS AND CONTROLS
Buttons
and
In radio mode:
Short push: Switch to next/previous preset
(radio) or next track (media)
Long push: Switch to next/previous station
on station list (radio)
In media mode:
Select title (press)
Start quick scan (long press)
Button
Return to previous view
SD slot 1:
Navigation data
Left rotary encoder/push button
Adjust volume (rotate)
Mute audio signals (press)
Turn unit on/off (long press)
SD slot 2
Media, audio, video playlists, POI
NAVI button
Navigation function
PHONE button
Phone functions
TRAFFIC button
Traffic information
CAMERA button
Camera functions
MEDIA button
Media mode
DISPLAY button
RADIO button
Radio mode
SETUP button
Approach Sensor
If function is activated, approaching the
sensor will activate and deactivate display.
Right rotary encoder/push button
Select menu item, change setting (rotate);
call up menu
Confirm setting (press)
Display/touch screen
Media sources........................................................... 30
CONTENT
Buttons and controls ................................................ 2
Important information ............................................... 5
This must be observed! ............................................... 5
Notes on handling SD cards ....................................... 6
Usable navigation SD cards ........................................ 6
Notes on these instructions ......................................... 6
Formatting conventions .......................................... 7
Introduction ............................................................... 8
Feature List ................................................................. 8
Radio reception ........................................................... 9
Operating modes ......................................................... 9
Radio settings ........................................................ 9
Media settings ........................................................ 9
Navigation settings ................................................. 9
Phone settings ....................................................... 9
Operation..................................................................... 9
Controls .................................................................. 9
Multifunction knob ................................................ 10
Scroll through a list of menu items ....................... 11
Home icon ............................................................ 11
Turning on the system ......................................... 11
Adjust the volume................................................. 11
Customise settings .................................................... 12
Sound settings ..................................................... 12
Volume settings ......................................................... 14
Adjusting volumes ................................................ 14
System settings ......................................................... 16
Select the language ............................................. 16
Units ..................................................................... 17
Automatic text scrolling ........................................ 17
Bluetooth and phone ................................................. 18
Display settings ......................................................... 19
Customising the display ....................................... 19
Driver Profiles ............................................................ 19
Theft protection ......................................................... 20
Speech Dialoge System – SDS* ............................... 20
Supported commands .......................................... 21
Dialog session ...................................................... 22
Radio ........................................................................ 24
Activating the radio .................................................... 24
Select waveband ....................................................... 24
Traffic announcements (TA)...................................... 25
Audio files of an MP3 player, USB drive.............. 30
Playing audio files from an SD card .................... 30
Playing files from USB mass storage device ....... 30
Connecting a TV/EXT device on AUX 2*............. 30
Media Player ........................................................ 31
Bluetooth audio connection ...................................... 32
Important information ........................................... 32
Connecting a Bluetooth device ............................ 33
Bluetooth music mode .............................................. 34
Aux port ..................................................................... 36
Media settings ........................................................... 37
Phone* ...................................................................... 38
General information .................................................. 38
Bluetooth profiles ................................................. 38
Bluetooth connection ........................................... 39
Pairing a Bluetooth device ................................... 39
Connection to another paired device ................... 40
Two phones handling........................................... 40
Disconnecting a paired device ............................. 41
Emergency call ......................................................... 41
Making an emergency call ................................... 41
Operation .................................................................. 42
Control elements on the control panel ................. 42
Hands-free mode ...................................................... 42
Using the phone book .......................................... 43
Search for a phone number ................................. 43
Using call lists ...................................................... 43
Select a phone number again .............................. 43
Enter a phone number ......................................... 44
Access to the voice mailbox ................................ 44
Incoming call ........................................................ 44
Functions during the call ........................................... 46
Temporarily deactivate hands-free mode ............ 46
Temporarily deactivate the microphone .............. 46
Add call - Teleconference .................................... 46
Ending call ........................................................... 46
Phone book setup ..................................................... 47
Update the phone book ....................................... 47
Sort the phone book ............................................ 47
Phone book on the SIM card or in the phone memory
............................................................................. 47
Add favourites ...................................................... 48
Delete favourites .................................................. 48
Display text messages ......................................... 48
Read text messages ............................................ 48
Priority for traffic announcements ........................ 25
Phone settings .......................................................... 50
Station search ........................................................... 26
Navigation* .............................................................. 51
Automatic station search ...................................... 26
Manual tuning....................................................... 27
Functions of the navigation system .......................... 51
Traffic information system and dynamic navigation.. 51
Store radio stations ................................................... 27
Retrieving radio stations ............................................ 27
Radio settings............................................................ 28
Advantages of TMC/TPEG .................................. 52
Current coverage ................................................. 52
Media ........................................................................ 29
General information ................................................... 29
Important information ................................................ 29
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Map data ................................................................... 52
Information on the map display................................. 53
NAVI button and menu navigation ............................ 55
Destination entry .................................................. 55
*) Optional features/ settings
Enter address ....................................................... 55
Alternative route ................................................... 58
POI - Point of Interest........................................... 59
Geo Coordinates .................................................. 60
Home address ...................................................... 61
Emergency ........................................................... 61
Contacts ............................................................... 62
Search in map ........................................................... 62
Select a point on map ............................................... 62
Display location information ................................. 62
Save position information ..................................... 63
Map view when route guidance is inactive .......... 63
Recent destinations ................................................... 64
Saved destinations .................................................... 65
Saved routes ............................................................. 65
Received destinations* .............................................. 65
Options whilst route guidance ................................... 66
Add destination .................................................... 67
Vehicle profiles ..................................................... 67
Avoid options ........................................................ 69
Blocking ................................................................ 70
Voice guidance..................................................... 71
Manoeuvre list ...................................................... 72
Manage route ....................................................... 73
Setup button and menu Navigation and Traffic......... 74
Map settings ......................................................... 74
Route Guidance ................................................... 75
Import POIs .......................................................... 76
Map Version ......................................................... 78
Navigation Database ................................................. 78
Navigation SD card .............................................. 78
Replacing a navigation SD card........................... 78
Traffic messages* ..................................................... 79
Camera ..................................................................... 81
Choose camera .................................................... 81
Camera settings ................................................... 81
Steering wheel remote control* ............................. 83
Functions of the steering wheel remote control ........ 83
MirrorLink................................................................. 85
Turn on MirrorLink ..................................................... 85
Start MirrorLink application ....................................... 86
Fleet Management Services*.................................. 87
Start Scania Fleet ...................................................... 87
Appendix .................................................................. 88
Optional features/ settings ........................................ 88
Sound settings - Subwoofer level ........................ 88
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ..................... 889
Certification Information ........................................ 92
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*) Optional features/ settings
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The radio navigation device was manufactured according to the current state of the
art and recognised safety regulations. However, there may be hazards if you do not
observe the safety information in these instructions.
Note
- Read these instructions carefully and completely before first use.
- Keep these instructions where they will be accessible for all users at all
times.
THIS MUST BE OBSERVED!
The device is designed to operate in a commercial vehicle with a 24 V vehicle system
voltage and for installation in a 2-DIN slot.
Traffic guidance accompanying the navigation SD card is designed for commercial
vehicles. The navigation SD card contains specific information about the navigation
of commercial vehicles, such as height restrictions or maximum permitted road load.
Traffic safety
The traffic safety is of highest priority. Inattentive driving or not observing
traffic situations can cause serious accidents.
-
-
-
Familiarise yourself with the device before driving.
Only operate your device if the traffic situation permits. Stop at a suitable
location before entering a new navigation destination or changing system
settings.
The radio-navigation device gives driving recommendations during route
guidance. Only follow these if you do not disobey any traffic regulations!
Traffic signs and traffic regulations always have priority over the driving
recommendations.
You must always be able to hear audible warnings of police, fire and rescue
services in the vehicle in a timely manner.
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Therefore, listen to your program at appropriate volumes while driving.
Risk of injury
You must not open or modify the device!
Refrain from repairing the device.
Repairs and maintenance should only be performed by trained personnel.
Risk to the device
We accept no liability for damage to the SD slots caused by inappropriate
SD cards.
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Cleaning
Do not use solvents or abrasives, as these may attack and damage the surface of the
device.
- Clean the device with a dry or slightly damp cloth and, if necessary, with suitable
cleaning or maintenance products.
Disposal of old unit (EU countries only)
Do not dispose of your old
device in the household waste!
- Take advantage of the
available return and collection
systems.
NOTES ON HANDLING SD CARDS
To ensure proper functioning, use clean SD cards that are not damaged.
Contamination or damage of an SD card may cause reading difficulties.
We recommend that you handle SD cards carefully.
Notes
- Do
not expose the SD card to strong magnetic or electric fields.
Data are lost or the SD card may be destroyed.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight or high humidity.
- Do not expose to dirt, water or other liquids.
- Always insert the SD card into the correct position.
- Only insert or remove the SD card when the unit is off.
USABLE NAVIGATION SD CARDS
This radio-navigation device may only be operated with original SCANIA data storage
media.
Note
The radio-navigation unit is not designed for the use of self-generated
navigation SD cards. The resultant functional limitations of navigation are
not covered by warranty.
NOTES ON THESE INSTRUCTIONS
These instructions will familiarise you with the functions of the radio navigation unit
and enable safe and successful operation for you.
Note
-
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Read these instructions carefully and completely before first use.
Keep these instructions where they will be accessible for all users at all
times.
Formatting conventions
Safety instructions are highlighted with a grey bar and the symbol:
Helpful hints are highlighted with a grey bar and the symbol:
You will also find items in these instructions, clearly marked as illustrated here:
Action steps:
•
Press ...
Device buttons:
e.g. SETUP button
Buttons:
e.g. Navigation
Note
The order and availability of the menu items are dependent on the inserted
navigation SD card and may therefore differ from the illustrations in these
instructions.
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INTRODUCTION
FEATURE LIST
Mode
Feature
Radio
FM (18 stations)
AM (18 stations)
LW (6 stations)
MW (6 stations)
SW (6 stations)
DAB (18 stations)*
*) DAB is not receivable in each region.
USB port
2 USB ports:
- Media data
- Charging external media
USB port 1:
Provides current up to 1.5 A
USB port 2:
Provides current up to 0.5 A
SD slot
SD slot 1:
- Navigation data
SD slot 2:
- Media data
Connection
to external
(storage)
media
- MP3
Navigation
system
Dynamic directions to avoid traffic jams or
other traffic problems.
Phone
link
Connection with Bluetooth-enabled mobile
phones
player
flash memory
- 2 Video-In
- External audio sources via AUX-In
- USB
Notes
- The system must be used so that the vehicle can be driven in a safe
manner at all times.
If in doubt, stop your vehicle and operate the system while the vehicle is at
a standstill.
- The use of the navigation system does not release the driver from proper
and attentive driving behaviour in traffic. Traffic regulations must always be
followed. If you have to deal with the system (e.g. for entering addresses),
stop your vehicle at a safe location and then perform the necessary
function.
- Some areas where entrance is forbidden, such as one-way streets,
entrances and other pedestrian areas, may not be marked on the
navigation map. The system will not issue a warning message in such
areas. The traffic regulations should be followed here.
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RADIO RECEPTION
Radio reception can be degraded by atmospheric interference, noise, distortion or
other reception interference, such as:
- Change in distance from the transmitter
- Multipath reception due to reflection or shadowing
In such conditions the radio reception is disturbed. However this is not a faulty
behaviour of the unit.
OPERATING MODES
Setting options in main menus are displayed by tapping the icon
.
Radio settings
•
Press the RADIO
button to change to RADIO function.
See chapter "Radio" for further details.
Media settings
•
button to start an SD card, USB, BLUETOOTH AUDIO or
Press the MEDIA
AUX function.
See chapter "Media" for further details.
Navigation settings
•
Press the NAVI
button to start the NAVIGATION function.
See chapter "Navigation*" for further details.
Phone settings
•
Press the Phone
button to start the phone function.
See chapter "Phone*" for further details.
OPERATION
Controls
The system can be operated via rotary encoder/knob, buttons and menus displayed
on the touch screen.
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Touch screen
Risk of damage to the touch screen
The unit is equipped with a capacitive touch display. Only use your fingers.
Do not use sharp or hard objects such as pens or pencils for the operation
of the touch screen.
The screen of the system has a sensor interface that enables direct selection of
displayed menu options. For example, it is possible to activate a menu option on the
screen by tapping the button with a finger or to change the position of the sliding
element on the screen by sliding with a finger.
In menus with several views (several buttons in the upper part of the menu), you can
change from left-to-right or right-to-left between views by swiping with your finger.
Note
Before a system function is executed, you are often asked via a message
to confirm whether the selected system function should really be executed.
You can also direct the message to
complete the function.
- Press the button
if you want to suppress such a message without
triggering a system function.
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Multifunction knob
To navigate through the menu options:
• Rotate the right rotary encoder/push button
clockwise or counter-clockwise.
To activate the selected menu item:
• Press the right rotary encoder/push button .
> The corresponding system function is activated or a message or a view with
additional options is displayed.
Note
In the main menus for audio and phone, only the screen switch in the lower
part of the menu can be selected/activated via the touch screen.
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Scroll through a list of menu items
With the touch screen:
• Tap on the button at the top or bottom of the slider.
or
• Move the slider of the slider bar up or down with your finger.
or
• Swipe your finger up or down to scroll through the list of menu items.
With the right rotary encoder/push button :
• Rotate the right rotary encoder/push button
to scroll through the list of menu items.
clockwise or counter-clockwise
Home icon
When the Home icon
is tapped, the last active tab of the home screen is shown. If
a last active tab is not available, the 2nd tab is shown. As soon as the user navigates
to another tab of the home screen, a back button
is available in the bottom left
corner.
Note
Home screen layout can be set via SETUP
button and tapping on the icon
.
For more details, see chapter “Introduction; System settings”.
Turning on the system
• Switch on the ignition of the vehicle.
> The system turns on automatically.
Note
If the unit is turned off manually with left rotary encoder/push button
it
needs to be turned on again by pressing the left rotary encoder/push button
.
Automatic shut down
If the system is turned on while the vehicle ignition is turned off, the system will turn
off automatically after one hour.
Adjust the volume
• Rotate the left rotary encoder/push button .
> The current setting is displayed.
When the system is turned on, the last selected volume is set.
• Press the left rotary encoder/push button
to mute the unit or return to the
original volume.
> If the volume is muted, the icon
is displayed on the screen.
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CUSTOMISE SETTINGS
The following examples describe a method to change the settings available in the
different menus using the menu options on the screen or the right rotary
encoder/push button .
Sound settings
•
Press the SETUP
button.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The AUDIO SETTINGS menu is displayed.
Two options are possible
- Simple Equalizer for Bass/ Mid/ Treble settings (standard)
- Advanced Equalizer for advanced sound settings
Note
To change the settings you can proceed as follow:
• Tap on one of the screen buttons (
/
) to change the audio
settings.
• Move the slider via touch screen.
• Move the slider by rotating the right rotary encoder/push button
Bass:
Use this setting to modify the low frequencies of your audio source.
Mid:
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.
Use this setting to modify the middle frequencies of the audio source.
Treble:
Use this setting to modify the high frequencies of the audio source.
•
Tap on Advanced to open the Advanced Equalizer.
Advanced Equalizer:
The Advanced Equalizer includes ten sliders (-9 to 9) to edit audio frequency ranges.
Customized settings can be stored.
Balance:
Use this setting to adjust the volume balance between the left and right speakers of
the vehicle.
Fader (optional):
Use this setting to adjust the volume balance between the front and rear speakers of
the vehicle.
Adjusting the speed-dependent volume
If speed-dependent volume is activated, the volume is adjusted automatically to
compensate for road and wind noise while driving.
• Press the SETUP
button.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The AUDIO SETTINGS menu is displayed.
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Note
- If
the setting for the speed-dependent value is "Off", the volume does not
increase at higher vehicle speeds.
- If the setting for the speed-dependent value is "High", the volume is
increased to the maximum at higher vehicle speeds.
Change settings
Via touch screen:
• Tap with your finger on the intersection of both lines and then hold and move
the finger to the desired position.
> Values for Balance and Fader change according to the position of the
intersection.
Setting range: -9 to 9
Note
Tap on Reset, to align the intersection centrally.
I.e. Balance = 0, Fader = 0
VOLUME SETTINGS
Adjusting volumes
•
•
•
Press the SETUP
button.
Tap on the icon
.
Tap on Volume settings.
• Select the list entry you want to modify.
• Adjust the Volume to the desired level.
> The selected volumes are adjusted.
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Adjusting the phone volume
Note
The phone volume can also be adjusted during a call using the left rotary
encoder/push button .
Once the volume is set, the customised setting is saved by the system and is used as
a default for all future calls until the setting is changed again.
If the volume of the phone is changed, the volume of the ringing also changes.
Adjusting the volume of the traffic announcements (TA)
The volume of the traffic announcements can be adjusted during the message using
the left rotary encoder/push button . When the message has been completed or is
cancelled, the volume is reset to the original setting automatically.
Modifying the volume of the voice guidance (Navigation)
The volume of the voice prompts can be adjusted during the direction messages
using the left rotary encoder/push button
or via the NAVIGATION SETUP menu.
The setting is saved by the system and is used automatically for all future voice
prompts until the setting is changed again.
Adjusting the volume of beeps
The volume of the traffic announcements can be adjusted, when Beeps are activated
in system settings.
Adjusting the volume of voice (SDS)
The volume of voice announcements can be adjusted, when Speech Dialoge System
- SDS is available.
Volume mixing
Sets the relative background volume of all audio sources (radio or media) during
voice guidance, ongoing call, traffic announcement, system notification or speech
recognition dependent on vehicle speed.
- If the value set „off“, then radio/ media sounds are quiet during other sound events.
- If the value is set to „max“, radio/ media volume will still be reduced.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
The default settings for the system can be changed via the menu SYSTEM
SETTINGS.
button and tap on the icon
.
• Press the SETUP
With the touch screen:
• Tap on a menu item to change the setting.
With the right rotary encoder/push button :
• Rotate the right rotary encoder/push button
to select a menu item.
• Press the right rotary encoder/push button
clockwise or counter-clockwise
to change the setting.
Select the language
Different languages can be selected for the menu display. Voice output (optional)
also occurs in this language.
•
>
•
>
Select the menu item Language.
A list of the languages is displayed.
Select the desired language.
You have successfully performed the language setting.
Note
If Automatic is selected. The language is set via instrument cluster.
Note
Voice recognition is not available for each language. To activate voice
recognition feature, see chapter “Steering wheel remote control*” subitem
„Button
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“ on page 83.
Units
• Select the menu item Units.
> A list of the Units is displayed.
• Select the desired system of units:
Automatic
Metric (km, m, t, kmh)
Imperial (mi, yd, t, mph)
Note
If Automatic is selected. The Units are set via instrument cluster.
Automatic text scrolling
•
Activating or deactivating automatic text scrolling (touch-click):
If the option is activated, list entries which are too long to fit on the current screen will
first be displayed with three dots at the end and afterwards they will be scrolled
automatically from the right to the left side, so that the user can read the rest of text
on the respective entries.
Beeps
Activating or deactivating beeps (touch-click):
If the option Beeps is activated, there is a sound every time that you tap the screen.
If the function Sounds option is activated, the following actions of the user or the
system are acknowledged with a beep:
• Radio function:
When a station is stored on a station button.
• Media function:
When activating the fast forward or rewind.
• Navigation function:
When activating/deactivating the voice announcements in navigation mode.
Home screen layout
• Select the menu item Home screen layout.
> A list of possible layouts is displayed.
• Select the desired layout.
Media - Navi - Phone
Media - Navi
Media - Phone
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Factory reset
This menu entry allows to delete all personal data.
• Select the menu item Factory reset.
> A popup asks for user’s acknowledgement.
Yes = Deleting all personal data
Another popup informs the user that personal data has been deleted
No = Cancelling the query
Switch back to menu
SW vers.
This menu entry displays you the current installed software version.
BLUETOOTH AND PHONE
For details, see the chapter "Media", sub-chapter "Bluetooth audio connection" on
page 32 or the chapter "Phone*", sub-chapter "General information" on page 38.
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DISPLAY SETTINGS
Customising the display
•
•
Press the SETUP button and tap the icon
Tap on Brightness.
•
Select the appropriate option to adjust the Brightness of the screen and to
adjust the display to match the light conditions of your surroundings.
.
Note
There is one automatic and two manual modes (
day or
night) in
system.
If you select Auto, the system will follow the brightness level for the
complete instrument panel. If you select
(day) or
(night) you can set
your own brightness level.
•
•
Select the appropriate option to activate/deactivate a Screen saver.
Select the appropriate option to activate/deactivate the Approach sensor
feature.
Note
The points under a setting indicate that additional options are still available.
Press on the dots to see the other options.
With right rotary encoder/push button
• Rotate the right rotary encoder/push button
to select a menu item.
• Press the right rotary encoder/push button
clockwise or counter-clockwise
to change the setting.
Approach Sensor Feature
If the approach sensor
feature has been enabled. When a screensaver or Display
off is currently shown, approaching the screen turns the display temporarily on. When
the approach sensor is not detecting something anymore, the display will be turned
off again after an assigned time.
DRIVER PROFILES
If a new driver card is inserted, all settings will be updated per the settings stored on
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the driver card. If no settings are stored on the driver card, the previously active
settings will still be used. If a driver card is removed, all settings are kept as they are.
If the user changes any setting without a driver card being inserted, these changes
will not be stored to any driver ID.
THEFT PROTECTION
The theft protection is activated, when the vehicle identification number (VIN) of the
vehicle does not match device VIN number.
> A popup occurs.
Please contact your local SCANIA dealer
SPEECH DIALOGE SYSTEM – SDS*
*) Voice recognition feature is dependent on vehicle configuration, the language
which is used and region the vehicle is sold.
Note
Speech Dialogue System - SDS is not available in all regions.
The on board voice recognition system is designed to achieve complex tasks by
voice commands.
• Press the Push to Talk button
on steering wheel to initiate the voice
recognition
> A beep is played. The speech session has started.
• The user may utter a command after the beep. For more details see Example
2.
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Supported commands
Navigation, Media, Phone and Radio are the four major domains supported by the
speech dialog system. Below is the list of major commands supported by the Voice
Recognition system on board.
Europe:
Following commands are supported by the on board voice recognition system:
Commands
Album <Name>
Genre <Name>
Artist <Name>
Playlist <Name>
Song <Name>
Play <Artist> <Album or
song>
Search for music
Dial by number
Dial <Phone Number>
Call <name>
Redial
Enter Country < Country
name >
Enter state < State name >
Enter city < city name >
Enter ZIP Code <ZIP code>
Enter Street <Street Name>
Enter house number <house
number>
Favorite < Name>
Find Next <POI Brand>
New destination
Repeat instructions
Show map
Station <Name>
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Other regions (out of Europe):
Following commands are supported by the on board voice recognition system:
Commands
Tune to < Frequency >
Seek Up
Seek Down
Next preset
Previous preset
FM/AM
Next Track
Previous Track
Album <Name>
Genre <Name>
Artist <Name>
Playlist <Name>
Song <Name>
Play <Artist> <Album or
song>
Search for music
Dial by number
Dial <Phone Number>
Call <name>
Redial
Dialog session
A dialog session starts with a short press of the Push to Talk button
and
terminates in a system action or cancellation based on system state. During an active
dialog session, there could be multiple speech interactions between the user and the
head unit.
In order to assist the user, some information is displayed on the screen. This is
particularly useful when there is a need for disambiguation of user utterance.
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Example 1:
Disambiguation between two similar artists:
Example 2:
Select an album and play it:
•
Press the Push to Talk button
on steering wheel to initiate the voice
recognition
> A beep is played. The speech session has started.
> Speak the album title of the songs which should be played.
> A pop-up appears with a list of albums the system associates with the users
command. The list is arranged in the order of recognition confidence.
• Recite the wanted list entry e.g. “Line one” or select it via touch screen.
> The radio navigation device plays the selected title.
Help system
The voice recognition solution comes with an on board help system. If no command
is uttered, the help dialog is initiated in which the system reads out some of the
supported commands. You could also utter "more commands" or "all commands" to
trigger a help dialog.
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RADIO
You can only use the touch screen to select or activate the menu items in the Radio
menu.
ACTIVATING THE RADIO
• Turn on the system.
• Press the button RADIO .
> The radio function is activated.
The last station you listened to is played after activating the radio.
Note
If an RDS station is being played, the information about the station name
and the program will be displayed.
SELECT WAVEBAND
• Press the button RADIO .
• Tap on the SRC button.
• Select the desired waveband.
FM, AM or DAB*
*) DAB is not receivable in each region.
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> The last station of the selected waveband is played.
Note
-
-
-
If the waveband is changed from FM to DAB, to AM or vice versa, the
currently received station remains activated.
There is a FM waveband menu. You can store 18 FM stations.
There is an AM waveband menu. You can store 6 AM stations for each
waveband:
LW, MW and SW
If DAB is available you can store 18 DAB stations.
TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENTS (TA)
A message is displayed and the announcement is heard.
During the announcement, the volume can only be changed using the left rotary
encoder/push button .The traffic announcement can be cancelled by tapping
on Skip. When the traffic announcement is finished or is cancelled, the volume is
reset to the original setting automatically.
Note
-
-
If traffic announcements are activated, the radio is enabled in the
background, even if Media or the Navigation is activated.
If you have previously selected a radio station that does not disseminate
traffic announcements, the system automatically tunes to a radio station
that disseminates traffic announcements.
The traffic announcements are activated even if the AM waveband has
been selected beforehand. This ensures that local traffic announcements
can be received at any time, regardless of the selected operating mode.
Priority for traffic announcements
Activating or deactivating (TA)
The TA function is available only in FM radio mode.
If the TA function is activated and the system receives a traffic announcement from
an RDS station, the currently active audio source is interrupted.
To activate/deactivate traffic announcements (TA) see "Radio", sub-chapter "Radio
settings”.
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STATION SEARCH
You can set the desired radio station either automatically or manually.
Via touch screen:
Auto seek to previous
available station
Auto seek to next
available station
Manual tune to
previous frequency by
specific step
Manual tune to next
frequency by specific
step.
Via hard keys :
- Short push:
Switch to next/ previous preset (radio) or next track (media)
- Long push:
Switch to next/ previous station on station list (radio)
Automatic station search
• Tap on the icon
.
> A frequency scale is displayed.
•
Press on the
or
button
or on the button
or
on the touch screen.
> The next available station is received and played back automatically.
Note
If no other receivable station is found, the last received station is set again.
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Manual tuning
Using the right rotary encoder/push button :
• Rotate the rotary encoder/push button
in the RADIO menu; clockwise or
counter-clockwise to change the receiving frequency.
Using the frequency display:
• Tap on the icon
.
> A frequency scale is displayed.
Perform one of the following to set the desired station manually.
•
•
•
•
Tap the frequency scale.
Tap on
or
.
Press and hold the button or .
Rotate the right rotary encoder/push button
clockwise or counter-clockwise.
STORE RADIO STATIONS
Radio stations can be stored on each waveband (AM, FM and DAB) using the station
buttons.
•
•
•
>
Select the desired waveband.
Set the desired station.
Press and hold one of the station buttons until you hear a beep.
Pressing the corresponding station button retrieves the station from the station
memory.
Note
If you do not hear a beep when saving the radio station, it may be that the
system sounds are deactivated. To activate the system sounds, see the
chapter "Introduction", sub-chapter "Customise settings".
RETRIEVING RADIO STATIONS
• Select the desired waveband.
• Press a station button.
> The corresponding radio station is played.
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RADIO SETTINGS
• Press the RADIO button and tap on the icon
> The Radio settings menu is displayed.
.
Following menu items are available:
- Traffic news
Enables or disables traffic announcements.
- Sound settings
SOUND SETTINGS Menu opens. For more details see chapter "Introduction", subchapter "Sound settings".
- Station list ordering
STATION LIST ORDER menu opens. Select if you want to order the saved stations
alphabetical (A-Z) or By frequency
- Alt. frequency
Enables or disables the alternative frequency function
- Regional (REG)
Regionalization can only be enabled if Alternative Frequency is activated.
If this feature is set to on there will be no moving around between the different
regional programs of any given station.
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MEDIA
The last selected Media source can always be selected by pressing the MEDIA
button.
GENERAL INFORMATION
For the position of the USB port, see the vehicle documentation.
Note
The USB port must always be kept clean and dry.
An MP3 player, USB drive or a SD card (via the USB port/adapter) can be connected
to the USB port.
A USB port can be connected to a hub of 4 USB slots.
If the devices mentioned above are connected to the USB port, you can operate it
using the controls and the system menus.
Note
-
-
The system does not support all MP3 players, USB drives, SD cards, hard
drives or Apple devices.
Apple iPad is not being charged via USB port.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
- External
devices that are connected to the USB port must comply with the USB
mass storage specification (MSC).
- Devices that are connected via USB are supported by the USB 2.0 specification.
The maximum supported speed is 12 Mbit/s.
- Devices without the FAT16 / FAT32 file system are not supported.
- Hard disk drives (HDD) are not supported in general.
The following restrictions apply to data stored on external devices which are
connected to the USB port:
- Max. number of folders / playlists: 5000
- Max. number of files / songs: 15000
- Max. number of files / songs per
folder / playlist: 6000
- A hierarchy depth of at least 8 folders is supported.
- WMA files with Digital Rights Management (DRM) from online music shops cannot
be played.
- WMA files can only be played if they were created with Windows Media Player
version 9. Support for newer versions cannot be guaranteed.
- Suitable playlist extensions: m3u, .pls, wpl.
- The system supports bit rates up to 320 kbps at 48 kHz for MP3 and up to 192 kbps
for WMA.
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MEDIA SOURCES
Audio files of an MP3 player, USB drive
• Connect the MP3 player / the USB drive to the USB port via a USB cable.
> Audio files are played automatically.
Supported media files: MP3, WMA, AAC, Flac
Playing audio files from an SD card
• Slide the SD card into the SD slot 2.
> The unit starts playing audio files from SD card.
Playing files from USB mass storage device
• Connect the USB device to the designated USB port.
> The unit starts playing files from USB device.
Connecting a TV/EXT device on AUX 2*
*) Additional AUX interface shown in media screen if vehicle is configured with TV
preparation.
The unit controls the sound of the TV/EXT source only. The TV picture is shown on
another unit.
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Media Player
Picture Viewer
Each picture is shown on the source medium regarding its orientation. There is no
possibility for the user to rotate pictures. The user can select an image from within
the USB browse menu, then the picture viewer will be shown. Buttons are shown on
the picture viewer to switch to the previous and next picture and to close the picture
viewer. The file name of the picture (without file name extension) is also shown on
the screen.
- Pressing anywhere on the screen causes the buttons and file name to re-appear.
- Switching between pictures is possible with the next picture/previous picture buttons
or by swiping left/right.
- Turning the right encoder clockwise or counter-clockwise switches to the next or
previous picture.
- Selecting the close button shows the USB browse menu again.
Video Player
The USB browse menu for videos is showing the name of the video file, the total play
time, a play icon, and a progress bar or if available showing the streaming position
where video was left.
If you select a video file without resume information, the video player is shown
directly and video starts playing from beginning. Subtitles (Captions) and Chapter
Browsing are not supported.
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Supported Media Files
Media
Containers
Audio Codec
Video Codec
ASF
M3u
WAV
3GP
MP4
FLAC
AVI
MP3 (MPEG-1 Layer 3, MPEG-2 Layer 3)
WMA 9 (standard; loseless; Voice), WMA9.1, WMA9.2
Waveform (WAV – PCM Windows format)
AAC (MPEG-4 AAC, Low Complexity Profile)
HE-AAC
H.263 (v1)
MPEG-4 Part 2 (ISO/IEC 14496-2; profiles: simple, advanced)
MPEG-4 Part 10 / H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496-10; profiles: baseline,
main, high)
DIVX 5.x and higher.
VC-1/WMV9: SP/MP/AP
BLUETOOTH AUDIO CONNECTION
Important information
- The
system provides only Bluetooth devices that support A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile) version 1.2 or later.
- The Bluetooth device must support AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
version 1.0 or later. If the device does not support AVRCP, only the volume can be
controlled via the system.
Note
Please refer to the operating instructions for your Bluetooth device before
you connect the Bluetooth device to the system.
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Connecting a Bluetooth device
Important information
- A maximum of 2 devices can be connected to the system at the same time.
- A maximum of 10 devices can be paired to the system.
- Only one connected device can be attached to the system at a given time.
Perform the following procedure to pair a Bluetooth device with the system.
• Activate the Bluetooth function on your Bluetooth device.
- Set the visibility of your Bluetooth device to "On".
(consult the user handbook for the Bluetooth device).
• Press the SETUP
button and tap on the icon
.
• Tap on the menu item Bluetooth.
> The BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu is displayed.
• Set Bluetooth to "On".
• Tap on Search for Bluetooth devices.
> Bluetooth devices within range are displayed.
• Select a Bluetooth device.
> A 6-digit code is generated and displayed.
> The system displays a message asking whether the code displayed matches
the one on your Bluetooth device.
• Confirm the security query with "Yes".
• Confirm the connection request on your Bluetooth device.
> The Bluetooth device is connected.
> The functions of the connected Bluetooth device are displayed on the touch
screen.
> The Bluetooth device appears in the List of paired devices.
Note
-
-
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If other Bluetooth devices were previously connected to the system, the
previously connected device is disconnected.
If the Bluetooth connection fails, follow the procedure for connecting again
or refer to the user handbook for the Bluetooth device.
BLUETOOTH MUSIC MODE
Activating Bluetooth music mode
• Press the MEDIA
button.
• Tap on the SRC button.
• Select the Bluetooh button to activate Bluetooth music mode.
> The external audio source can now be operated via the system.
• Tap on
.
> Audio track is played.
Play the next audio track:
• Tap on
.
> The next audio track is played.
Play the previous audio track:
• Tap on
.
> The previous audio track is played.
Pause audio playback:
• Tap on
.
Resume playback:
• Tap again on
.
Note
Depending on the Bluetooth device, activation of Bluetooth music mode and
control of playback may differ.
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Requirements
The following requirements must be met to use the Bluetooth music mode of the
system:
- The Bluetooth function of the system must be activated.
- The Bluetooth function of the external Bluetooth audio source must be activated
(see user handbook for the Bluetooth device).
- Depending on the external Bluetooth audio source, it may be necessary to set the
Bluetooth device to "visible", see user instructions of the Bluetooth device).
- The external Bluetooth audio source must be paired to the system.
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AUX PORT
You can connect external audio sources at the AUX jack. Look at the vehicle
documents to find the location of the AUX port.
Note
-
Not all vehicles have an AUX port.
The AUX socket must always be kept clean and dry.
For example, you can connect a portable CD player to the AUX input with a
3.5 mm plug.
The gain level is adjustable with 3 buttons:
- Quiet
- Medium
- High
Use
•
•
•
>
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Press the MEDIA
button.
Tap on the SRC button.
Select the AUX 1 button to activate AUX mode.
The audio signal from the connected audio source is now transmitted through
the speakers of the system.
The volume is controlled via left rotary encoder/push button .
MEDIA SETTINGS
• Press the MEDIA
button and tap on the icon
> The Media settings menu is displayed.
.
Following menu items are available:
- Traffic news
Enables or disables traffic announcements.
- Sound settings
SOUND SETTINGS Menu opens. For more details see chapter "Introduction", subchapter "Sound settings" on page 12.
Bluetooth
BLUETOOTH Menu opens.
For more details see chapter "Phone*", sub-chapter "Bluetooth connection" on page
39.
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PHONE*
*) Phone and related settings are optional features for your device.
Phone function is also related to media streaming via Bluetooth.
Note
You can only connect Bluetooth mobile phones to the system when a
hands-free device is installed in the vehicle.
You can use your mobile phone through the system. For this, the mobile phone must
be connected via Bluetooth to the system.
If the Bluetooth connection is established between the system and the phone, you
can make calls using the microphone and the loudspeaker in the car.
Note
Some of the phone features may not be supported. The supported functions
depend on the phone and the service provider. For more information about
supported functions, see the operating manual of your mobile phone.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Note
You should be familiar with the safety regulations and the instructions for
your phone before you use the phone function.
Traffic safety
The use of hands-free calling while driving can be dangerous because your
attention is reduced during a phone call. Park your vehicle before you use
the hands-free function.
Note
Follow the guidelines in areas where interference or other hazards can
occur due to the mobile phone.
Bluetooth profiles
The Bluetooth profiles HFP, PBAP, A2DP, PAN, SPP and MAP are used in
accordance with the Bluetooth standard. The Bluetooth phone connection of the
system is certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).
For more information about the information available on the Internet, go to the link:
http://www.bluetooth.com.
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Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth is a radio standard for the wireless connection of devices such as a mobile
phone or an MP3 player.
To establish a Bluetooth connection to the system, the Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth device must be activated and the Bluetooth device is set to visible
(detection mode).
For more information on the required settings of the Bluetooth device, refer to the
instructions of the Bluetooth device. You can connect the Bluetooth device and the
system via the BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu (PIN codes between the Bluetooth
device and the phone line exchange).
Perform the following steps to open the BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu:
• Press the SETUP
button and tap on the icon
.
• Tap on the menu item Bluetooth.
> The BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu is displayed.
Following menu items are available:
- Bluetooth
Enable or disable Bluetooth for the head unit.
- System is visible
This menu entry makes the head unit listen to incoming pairing requests as long as
the checkbox is switched to on. This checkbox has a countdown timer, which is
counting down from 3:00 minutes.
- Search for Bluetooth devices
Searches for non-paired devices only. If Bluetooth devices are currently connected,
they have to be disconnected while searching. A popup informs the user.
- List of paired devices
This is a list of paired devices, each device is shown with its device name. The list is
stored persistently in the head unit.
- Set system name
This option allows setting the system name of the head unit. The current name is
included in the menu entry. After selection of Set system name a keyboard is
shown. As default text the current name is shown.
- Set PIN for pairing
This option allows setting the 4 digit PIN which will be used for each pairing
procedure. The current PIN is included in the menu entry. After selection of Set PIN
for pairing a keyboard with numbers only is shown. As default text the current PIN is
shown.
Pairing a Bluetooth device
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For details, see the chapter "Media", sub-chapter "Bluetooth audio connection”,
“Connecting a Bluetooth device".
Connection to another paired device
• Tap in the BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu on List of paired devices.
> A list of all Bluetooth devices paired with the system is displayed.
> The Bluetooth device currently connected to the system is displayed by the
icon
.
• Select the desired Bluetooth device.
> The selected Bluetooth device is connected to the system.
> A confirmation is displayed when the Bluetooth connection is successfully
established.
Note
- If
another Bluetooth device was previously connected to the system, it is
now separated.
- There can be up to 2 Bluetooth devices connected to the system,
regardless of whether they are audio streaming devices, mobile phones or
combination devices (e.g. mobile phones with integrated MP3 player).
- If the Bluetooth connection fails, perform the pairing process again or read
the instructions for the Bluetooth device.
Two phones handling
It is possible to connect 2 phones at the same time. One is the primary phone, one is
the secondary phone. The left side of the favourites tab shows information about the
two phones. Favourites, Call list, Phonebook and Messages will always come from
the primary phone. On Favourites tab, it is possible to swap primary and secondary
phone.
On Favourites tab, it is also possible to select which phone shall be used for outgoing
calls when dialing from favourites, call lists, phonebook or messages. On the keypad
the required phone can be directly selected to establish the call.
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Disconnecting a paired device
• Tap in the BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu on List of paired devices.
> A list of all Bluetooth devices paired with the system is displayed.
•
•
•
>
Select the desired Bluetooth device.
Tap on Delete pairing.
Tap on Yes to confirm the deletion.
The device is removed from the list of paired devices.
EMERGENCY CALL
Note
- Sometimes
it is not possible to make an emergency call due to a weak
signal. Therefore, you should not rely on the mobile phone for essential calls
(e.g a medical emergency). On some networks, you need a valid, properly
set up SIM card in the phone. Under certain circumstances, emergency calls
cannot be made via the mobile network. Sometimes emergency calls are not
possible when certain network services and/or phone functions are
activated. For details, contact your network operator.
- The emergency number varies, depending on the region and country.
Please ask for the correct emergency call number for the relevant region.
Making an emergency call
• Select the emergency number (for example, 112).
> You are connected to the emergency call centre.
• Inform service personnel about the emergency.
Do not hang up until you are prompted by the emergency call centre to do so.
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OPERATION
When the Bluetooth connection has been established, you can perform the functions
in your phone through the system.
Note
You can use the mobile phone in hands-free mode.
When the Bluetooth connection is established between the mobile phone and the
system, the mobile phone data are sent to the system. This process may take some
time. The period depends on the mobile phone and the amount of data being sent.
The operation of mobile phones on the system may be restricted during this time.
Note
Not all mobile phones support the functions of the phone connection.
Control elements on the control panel
- Left
- The
rotary encoder/push button
for volume control.
PHONE
button displays the phone menu.
HANDS-FREE MODE
•
•
Make sure that the Bluetooth feature is activated on the system.
Make sure that the Bluetooth function is activated on the phone (To activate
Bluetooth, see instructions for use of the device).
• The mobile phone must be set to "visible" (see instructions for the device).
• The mobile phone must be connected to the system. For details, see the
chapter "Media", sub-chapter "Bluetooth audio connection”, “Connecting a
Bluetooth device".
• Activate hands-free mode
• Press the PHONE button.
> The PHONE menu is displayed.
Note
If "No phone" continually appears, check whether Bluetooth is activated and
the phone is connected to the system.
> The mobile phone is now connected to the system via Bluetooth and the
hands-free function is activated.
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Using the phone book
The contacts in the phone book are stored with multiple phone numbers (up to 4),
address, notes and images.
To make a call using the phone book:
• Tap the PHONE menu on the phone book.
> The PHONE BOOK menu is displayed.
• Go through the list of phone book entries, and select the desired contact.
> The phone number/s of the selected contact is/are displayed.
• To initiate a call, select the desired phone number.
Search for a phone number
If the phone book contains many entries, you can search for the desired contact
using the search option.
• Tap on Search in the PHONE menu.
> The SEARCH menu is displayed.
•
To view all the entries that begin with a certain letter, enter the letter.
Note
Tap on Delete to delete an entry from display. The entry in your phone is
still existing.
Using call lists
Incoming, outgoing and missed calls are recorded in the call list.
• Tap on Call lists in the PHONE menu.
> The CALL LISTS menu is displayed.
• To make a call, select the desired number from the list.
Select a phone number again
The last phone number selected can be repeated.
• Tap on Call in the PHONE menu.
> The displayed phone number is selected.
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Enter a phone number
Tap on the button
in the PHONE menu.
> The following screen is displayed.
•
•
•
>
To initiate a call, enter the desired phone number.
Use icon
to delete incorrect entries.
Tap on Call.
The entered phone number is selected.
Show matching contacts
If the user enters a number, matching contacts from the phonebook or favourites are
shown with its contact name. The number of matching contacts is shown on the list
button
. This list is updated with every newly entered number.
As soon as the user selects a matching contact, a call to that contact is established.
Access to the voice mailbox
Enter the phone number of the connected mobile phone by hand.
See chapter "Enter a phone number".
•
Select the voicemail entry with the phone number of the connected mobile
phone.
Note
You may need to enter a voice mailbox passcode on the mobile phone to
access the voice mailbox.
Incoming call
When a call arrives in Audio mode (e.g. when the radio is on), the active audio
source is muted and remains so until the call ends.
A message with the phone number or name (if available) of the caller is displayed.
Answering the call:
• Tap the green button Answer on the screen.
Reject call:
• Tap the red button Hang up on the screen.
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A second incoming call
If you receive a second call during an active call, a message with the phone number
or name (if available) is displayed.
Note
If your provider offers this service, you can hear call waiting for the second
call.
To answer the second call and to end the first call:
• Tap the green button on the screen.
To reject the second call and continue the first call:
• Tap the red button on the screen.
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FUNCTIONS DURING THE CALL
The PHONE menu is displayed during the current call.
Temporarily deactivate hands-free mode
• Tap on icon
> The call can be continued only through the mobile phone.
To return to hands-free mode,
• Tap again on icon
.
Temporarily deactivate the microphone
• Tap on icon
.
> The microphone is muted and the caller can no longer hear you.
To turn on the microphone again:
• Tap on icon
again.
If the microphone of the phone portal is deactivated, the icon
green.
on the screen lights
Note
If the ignition is switched off during a phone call, the connection remains
active until the end of the conversation.
Add call - Teleconference
This option allows the user to dial a second number. It is possible to type a number,
to select a contact from the phonebook or from the favourites list and to select a
contact from call lists. The ongoing call is put on hold as soon as a new call is being
established.
•
>
•
•
In menu ONGOING CALL tap on the icon
The Menu ADD A CALL WITH occurs.
Select the desired option.
Tap on Call.
Ending call
Select the screen button to end the call.
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PHONE BOOK SETUP
If you have connected a mobile phone with the system, your mobile phone book with
phone numbers and names (if available) is downloaded to the system automatically.
Depending on how many numbers are in your phone book and the connected phone,
this may take several minutes.
As long as the mobile phone is connected with the unit, the phone numbers are
stored continuously on the system.
If you save new phone book entries on your mobile phone, you can transfer these to
the system via PHONE SETTINGS menu.
Each phone book entry (contact) can include a first and last name and up to 4 phone
numbers in different categories "Office", "Private", "Other" and "Mobile". The mobile
phone book can contain some information that is not downloaded to the system.
You can store up to 2500 contacts.
Update the phone book
•
•
•
>
Press the SETUP
button.
Tap on the icon
.
Tap on Update contact list.
The data download from the connected mobile phone begins.
Note
Depending on how many numbers are in your phone book and the
connected mobile phone, this may take several minutes.
Sort the phone book
•
•
•
•
>
Press the SETUP
button.
Tap on the icon
.
Tap on Sorting the contact list.
Choose one type of sorting.
The contact list is sorted.
Phone book on the SIM card or in the phone memory
There are two different phone books on mobile phones - the one on the SIM card and
the other directly on the mobile phone.
Note
For details, see the instructions of your mobile phone.
Both phone books of the connected mobile phone are downloaded to the system.
You can display the entries of both downloaded phone books (which is available).
Note
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Some mobile phones do not allow access to the phone book of the SIM card
and/or the mobile phone.
Add favourites
You can add 20 contacts from the phone book as favourites.
•
•
•
>
•
•
Press the PHONE
button.
Tap on Favourites.
Tap on Add favourite.
The PHONE BOOK menu is displayed.
Select a contact from the phone book.
The selected contact is added as a favourite.
Delete favourites
•
•
•
>
•
•
>
Press the PHONE
button.
Tap on Favourites.
Select a favourite.
The contact is displayed.
Tap on the icon
.
Confirm the security query with Yes.
The favourite is deleted.
Display text messages
Note
This function is not provided by every mobile phone.
•
•
>
•
>
Press the PHONE
button.
Tap on Text messages.
The TEXT MESSAGES menu is displayed.
Select a text message from the list.
The text message is displayed.
Note
You can call the sender from a displayed text message.
• Tap on Call.
Read text messages
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•
•
>
•
>
•
>
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Press the PHONE
button.
Tap on Text messages.
The TEXT MESSAGES menu is displayed.
Select a text message from the list.
The text message is displayed.
Tap on the icon
.
Text message is read aloud.
PHONE SETTINGS
Note
The PHONE SETTINGS menu is only available if a Bluetooth device is
connected to the radio with navigation system.
button and tap on the icon
• Press the PHONE
> The PHONE SETTINGS menu is displayed.
.
Following menu items are available:
Bluetooth
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS menu opens. For more details see chapter "Phone*", subchapter "Bluetooth connection".
- Ringtone
For both primary and secondary phone, the user can select between the phone’s
ringtone or 3 ringtones available on the radio with navigation system and can adjust
the ringtone volume. Default for the ringtones is phone‘s ringtone for both.
- Phonebook sorting
Select between the sorting options “First name, Last name “ and “Last name, First
name“
- Show contact image
Enables or disables a deposited image for a contact. If function is turned off, for all
screens a placeholder graphic is shown instead of contact images.
- Update contact list
Allows starting the update of the phone book of the connected phone manually.
Update contact list is grayed out as long as the system is not ready for phone book
download (sync not finished).
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NAVIGATION*
*) Available functionality of the navigation system is dependent on the map data
content and may differ on the respective region.
Traffic safety
The unit is designed for use in commercial vehicles.
Specifications that are required for route guidance of commercial vehicles,
such as height restrictions or maximum permissible loads, are considered in
the route calculations, to the extent that these specifications are stored in
the navigation data.
- Pay attention to restrictions in road traffic at all times during the trip, even if
you follow the recommendations of the driving unit. The information stored
in the navigation data may be incorrect, incomplete or outdated.
- Only use current navigation SD cards that contain relevant information for
commercial vehicles for updating the navigation data.
- The map data to the SD card are sometimes not up to date - some roads
are not included or names and addresses differ from those that were in use
at the time of card production.
- Make sure that the characteristics of your vehicle and the current load are
always completely stored in the unit in order to avoid the calculation of
unsuitable or dangerous routes.
- The use of the navigation system does not release the driver of
responsible and proper driving behavior. You must always follow the
relevant traffic rules. If the navigation instructions do not correspond to
traffic rules, always observe traffic rules first.
FUNCTIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The system reliably leads you to your desired destinations, even if you are not
familiar with the local area.
The orientation and movement of the vehicle is detected by several sensors. The
reception is based on GPS but will also work under poor signal conditions (e.g. inside
a tunnel) due to used dead reckoning mechanisms. Depending on environment
conditions in individual cases the reception could be too poor to detect the current
location correctly. After entering the destination address or a contact point (e.g.
nearest petrol station, hotel, etc.), the route is calculated from the current location to
the selected destination. The navigation system provides voice- and textual guidance
including direction arrows on the map colour display.
TRAFFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM AND DYNAMIC NAVIGATION
The system is capable to receive traffic information available by TMC and TPEG
broadcasting radio stations (available with optional DAB radio function). TMC and/or
TPEG coverage is available in selected countries.
Traffic information is displayed detailed in the menu TRAFFIC and as icons in the
navigation map. If dynamic rerouting is active the system takes on-route traffic
information into route calculation depending on selected criteria and traffic
information type.
See also chapter "Traffic messages" for further options.
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Advantages of TMC/TPEG
- Stress
reduction and time saving
- Money saving through more efficiency
- Less impact on environment with more efficient driving
- Daily benefit of navigation system, also on familiar roads
- Safety increase through SRTI (Safety Related Traffic Information)
- Weather alerts e.g. strong side wind
Current coverage
- DAB
TPEG:
Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway
- RDS TMC Premium:
Bulgaria, Ireland, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Italy,
Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey
- Public TMC Services:
Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, Switzerland.
The coverage of TMC/TPEG is increasing permanently.
MAP DATA
The map data is stored on a SD-card delivered with the navigation system.
Note
- 5-year
subscription for SCANIA Map Updater is included.
Visit http://scania.com/ for more information.
- Map data of additional regions are commercially available.
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Use SD slot 1
for SD card with map data.
INFORMATION ON THE MAP DISPLAY
If the navigation system is activated, the following information is displayed:
Switch to open the menu MAP OPTIONS
Destination/ next stopover
Remaining distance to the destination/ next stopover
Estimated time of arrival or remaining travel time to destination/ next stopover.
Tap the time display to toggle between the arrival time and the remaining travel
time.
Button for navigation settings
POI cluster
Indicates that there are more POIs around the icon. Tap on the icon to see the
respective POIs listed.
Specific POIs, e.g. petrol stations, car parks or restaurants, are shown by the
corresponding icons.
Current vehicle position
Compass
Red arrow pointing to the north.
Adjustment and display of the map view: 2D, 2,5D or 3D
The currently selected map scale
- To change the scale on the map, rotate the right rotary encoder/push
button
or use the touch screen.
Pinch gesture:
Touch surface with 2 fingers and bring them closer together.
Spread gesture:
Touch surface with 2 fingers and move them apart.
- When the auto-zoom mode is activated, the map scale is adjusted
automatically by the navigation system (increases/decreases).
Lane recommendation
Shows all lanes of the current street. The lanes you must take to follow the calculated
route are shaded in blue.
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Button to open the ROUTE OVERVIEW menu
The Route Overview button opens a screen which shows the entire route on
the map. This screen is zoomable and scrollable. Pressing the Resume
button goes back to the normal map view.
Status of the currently travelled road for your vehicle
Vehicle profile is compared with the route data. If there is a discrepancy
between route and allowed vehicle attributes (e.g. vehicle height is too high
for the tunnel that the truck is approaching) the system displays a warning.
Menu ROUTE OVERVIEW shows option button to view detailed attribute
warnings, if available.
Icon
Status
Commercial vehicle-specific
information about the road available;
the road is suitable for the currently set
vehicle characteristics.
Commercial vehicle-specific
information about the road available;
the road is not suitable for the
currently set vehicle characteristics!
Commercial vehicle-specific
information on the road not available!
Route
Displays the calculated route in map.
A black and white chequered flag appears in map when the destination is in
vicinity to the current position:
- as button below to orientate to the destination on the map.
- on the semi-transparent top bar as a part of the turn by turn navigation
guidance when the destination is reached.
- A way point is indicated by a red chequered flag.
- Traffic accidents such as jams are indicated by their corresponding icon.
A route section marked black on the map.
Directional arrow and distance to the next manoeuvre and the next road name.
Tapping onto arrow repeats last manoeuver voice guidance.
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NAVI BUTTON AND MENU NAVIGATION
• Press on the NAVI
button to open the Navigation Screen.
> The Navigation Screen provides access to all system functions for destination
entry and navigation.
Destination entry
• Tap on the icon
.
> The following screen is displayed:
The following menu options are available:
- Address
- Point of interest (e.g. petrol stations, car parks etc.)
- Geo coordinates
- Go Home
- Emergency
- Contacts (if mobile phone with valid contacts is connected to the system)
Destination memory
destinations
- Saved destinations
- Saved Routes
- Recent
Note
If navigation to a destination is already active, you can add up to 9 additional
stopovers, replace the destination or change the order of the
destination/stopovers.
Enter address
• Tap on Address.
> The ADDRESS ENTRY menu is displayed.
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•
Fill in all address fields using the letter keys.
Note
The system only displays the letters which are possible to use for
destination input. If there are different keyboard pages available for
additional/ special letter, they are selectable by using the lower page
selection button (e.g. 1/4, 2/4 etc.).
It also predicts the input and simplifies input by interpreting for example an o
input as ö and a as å or ä, dependent on available possible input.
Use icon
to delete incorrect entries.
Use one of the following entry sequences:
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•
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Tap on Country.
Enter the desired country names.
Tap on City or Postal code.
Enter the city name or postal code of the destination.
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•
Tap on Street.
Enter the name of the destination street.
Note
If you do not enter any characters in the street name, you can skip the
address input.
• Tap on Skip.
> The destination is then set to the city centre.
•
Enter the desired house number or intersection.
Note
If you do not enter a house number, you can skip the address input.
• Tap on Skip.
> The destination is then set to the middle of the selected street.
• Tap on Confirm.
> The system displays a map view of the area around the address previously
entered.
The new destination is indicated by a red marker.
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>
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>
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Tap on Confirm destination.
The CONFIRM ROUTE menu is displayed.
Tap on Confirm route.
The route is calculated and the route guidance will be started.
Destination and POI Options
Note
POI Options are enabled, if the address of the destination is assigned as
POI.
• Tap in menu CONFIRM DESTINATION on Options.
> Destination or POI Options are shown.
- Save destination
Tap this option to save the displayed destination data in the address book.
- Set as Home Address
Tap this option to save the displayed destination as home address.
- Phone number/ Call POI
Tap on the phone number to make an outgoing phone call to the POI.
Note
Only if a mobile phone is connected to the system via Bluetooth and the POI
is equipped with a phone number.
Alternative route
Use this menu to calculate alternative routes (Eco route, Shortest route or Fastest
Route).
• Insert the destination adress, see Destination entry
• Tap on Alternative route.
> Alternative routes are calculated.
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Notes
- Every
alternative route is displayed with a star rating, a distance and driving
time. The highest rated route is the one with the lowest fuel consumption.
- The map displays the overview of the alternative routes with the colour of
the different route types.
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•
Tap on the desired alternative route (Eco route, Shortest route or Fastest
route).
The route guidance is started.
POI - Point of Interest
• In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
• Tap on Point of interest.
> Menu FIND POI is displayed.
button and tap on the icon
.
- Around
me
Displays POIs around your current position.
- Around address
Use this option to display POIs around an entered adress.
- Along route
If route guidance is active this option becomes visible. Displays POIs along current
route.
• Choose if you want to search the POI by name (text input) or category
(Regular POIs, Truck POIs, Dealers).
- Regular
POIs
Use this option to display regular POIs (e.g. parking, night stop, restaurants etc.).
- Truck
Use this option to display truck specific POIs (e.g. truck parking, truck repair shops,
petrol/gasoline stations etc.).
- Dealer
Use this option to display dealer specific POIs.
> POIs will be displayed in Menu POI RESULTS.
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• Tap on By Name or By Distance to sort the determined POIs.
• Select POI from the list.
> The system displays a map view of the area around the previously entered
address.
The new destination is indicated by a red marker.
The information bar contains the POI name, street name and city of the
destination.
• Tap on Confirm Destination.
> The route is calculated.
Geo Coordinates
• In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button and tap on the icon
> The menu DESTINATION INPUT is displayed.
• Tap on Geo coordinates
.
Note
Tap on Format to choose between DMS and decimal input.
• Insert the geo coordinates (Latitude and Longitude) via numeric keypad.
• Press Confirm.
> Street name and city name will be shown on screen if the entered geo
coordinates are matched to these.
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Home address
You can use this option to save your own address and/or select the already stored
home address as a new destination.
Create home address
• In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button and tap on the icon
> The menu DESTINATION INPUT is displayed.
• Tap on Go Home.
• Confirm the security query with Yes.
> The Add destination menu is displayed.
• Enter an address or select a destination.
> Home address is created.
.
Enter and select the home address
• In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button and tap on the icon
.
> The Destination input menu is displayed.
• Tap on Go Home.
> The current home address or GPS coordinates are displayed in CONFIRM
DESTINATION screen.
Note
If no home address has been previously set, the address field in the menu
remains blank.
Emergency
This menu entry consists of an information area and the selectable Hospital and
Police station search. The information area shows the current location (country, city,
current street name and geo coordinates).
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>
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>
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>
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>
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button and tap on the icon
In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
The menu DESTINATION INPUT is displayed.
Tap on Emergency.
The menu EMERGENCY is displayed.
Tap on Hospital or Police station.
A list of the nearest Hospital or Police is shown.
Select a list item.
The confirm destination screen is shown.
.
Contacts
Note
Only if a mobile phone is connected to the system via Bluetooth and
contains contact address data in a valid format like:
- Street + House number
e.g.: Granparksvägen 10
- Postal code and / or City name
151 48 Södertälje
- Country name
Sweden
•
>
•
>
•
>
button and tap on the icon
.
In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
The menu DESTINATION INPUT is displayed.
Tap on Contacts.
Contact list of your mobile phone is shown together with adress information.
Select one contact.
Street name and city name will be shown on screen.
SEARCH IN MAP
If no route guidance is active:
• Tap on
button to start a free text search for a destination.
• Enter and confirm the search text (e.g. “electronics”).
> The radio with navigation system starts searching for possible matches in the
navigation database.
> The results will be shown in as list entries as soon as they are found.
SELECT A POINT ON MAP
If no route guidance is active:
• Select any point in map by touching the desired destination for 2 seconds.
> The map gets centred to this position.
> The confirm destination screen for the selected position is shown.
Display location information
Select this option to display the address/GPS coordinates of the current position.
• Press on the NAVI
button and tap on the icon .
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Save position information
Select this option to store the address/GPS coordinates of your current position.
• Press the NAVI
button.
• Tap on the icon
.
• Tap on Save current position.
Map view when route guidance is inactive
The following elements are shown on the map when no route guidance is active:
- Name of the current street
button: Search for cities, streets and POIs next to the entered search keyword
- An icon representing the current map view, the icon works as a compass for
heading up map views
- An icon representing the current zoom level.
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RECENT DESTINATIONS
Use this option to display a list of destinations that you have previously used for
navigation. You can select an entry from the list and set it as a new destination.
Selecting a previous destination
• In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
• Tap on the icon
.
button.
• Tap on Recent destinations (route).
> The list of previous navigation destinations is displayed.
>
Note
Up to 20 recent destinations are stored automatically. If more than 20
destinations are stored, the oldest will be deleted from the list and the
newest is added automatically.
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Select the icon
from behind a previous destination.
The following menu options are available:
- Save
destination
Tap this option to save the displayed destination data in the address book.
- Set as Home Address
Tap this option to save the displayed destination as home address.
- Add to favourite contact
Tap on this option to save the displayed destination as a favourite contact.
- Delete destination
Tap on this option to delete the displayed destination from the list of previous
destinations.
- Delete all recent destinations
Tap this option to delete the entire list of previous destinations.
SAVED DESTINATIONS
•
•
>
•
>
In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button.
Tap on the icon
.
The NAVIGATION menu is displayed.
Tap on Saved destinations.
The list of saved destinations is displayed.
SAVED ROUTES
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•
>
•
•
In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button.
Tap on the icon
.
The NAVIGATION menu is displayed.
Tap on Saved routes.
The list of saved routes is displayed.
RECEIVED DESTINATIONS*
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•
>
•
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In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button.
Tap on the icon
.
The NAVIGATION menu is displayed.
Tap on Received destinations.
Note
The system receives text, address and geo coordinates.
Depending if address is available the list entry shows either the address or
the geo coordinates. If a text string is available for the address or geo
coordinates, this will be shown on the left side of the destination options
screen.
• Press list item.
> The system displays a map view of the area around the address previously
entered.
OPTIONS WHILST ROUTE GUIDANCE
Use this option to adjust the settings for route calculation / recalculation and
navigation.
• Press the NAVI button during a currently running route.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
The following menu options are available:
- Stop
RG
Tap on this option to cancel the current route guidance or remove stopover from
route.
- Add destination
Tap on this option to add a stopover or a new destination.
- Vehicle Profile
Tap on this option to display, select and edit different vehicle profiles.
- Avoid options
Tap on this option to avoid or use certain roads (motorways, toll roads, ferries) during
navigation.
- Block ahead
Tap on this option to exclude a defined length of the road in front of the vehicle.
- Voice Guidance
Tap on this option to turn voice guidance on and off.
- Manoeuvre list
Tap this option to display all the roads on the calculated route.
- Manage route
Tap on this option to manage the destinations if at least one stopover has been
entered.
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Add destination
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•
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>
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In Menu CONFIRM ROUTE tap on Add stopover.
Menu ADD DESTINATION is shown.
Enter a stopover by address or select other option to add a stopover.
Menu ADD STOPOVER IS SHOWN.
Choose if the new destination shall be added as first destination, as final
destination or replace the current route.
> The route is calculated.
> Menu CONFIRM ROUTE is shown.
> Stopovers are indicated by a yellow flag.
• Tap on Confirm route to start the route guidance
Vehicle profiles
The navigation system is adapted to heavy vehicles. The vehicle profiles can be
changed all the time, even during active route guidance.
You can store the characteristics of different vehicle combinations in up to 4 different
profiles (e.g. with and without a trailer or with specific hazardous load).
Based upon these characteristics the system will calculate the best possible route.
Note
Even if system tries to avoid using roads which mismatch the
characteristics, it cannot be guaranteed that these routes are not taken into
the route. The driver is responsible to obey local traffic regulations.
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•
•
Press the SETUP
button and tap on the icon
Tap on Navigation and traffic.
Tap on Vehicle profiles.
•
Select a profile.
.
• Tap on the icon
to edit it.
> The vehicle profile to be edited is opened.
Note
Settings have to be confirmed by Button
will not be stored.
or icon
- otherwise they
The navigation system is adapted to heavy vehicles. Therefor the supported
navigation map data is equipped with truck related given street limitations.
• Set the following vehicle properties:
Width (e.g. narrow streets)
Height (e.g. bridges)
Length
Number of axles
One axle weight
Current weight
Maximum weight
Trailer usage
Hazardous load
Tunnel restrictions
Vehicle profiles can be changed all the time, even during active route guidance.
You can store the characteristics of different vehicle combinations in up to 4 different
profiles (e.g. with and without a trailer or with specific hazardous load).
Based upon these characteristics the system will calculate the best possible route.
Please be aware that the driver has to obey local traffic regulations.
Following countries are covered with vehicle attributes which are taken into route
calculation (no liability assumed):
Europe:
Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,
Ukraine, United Kingdom
Middle East:
Israel, Oman, Qatar, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
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Africa:
Morocco, Namibia, South Africa
Asia:
Malaysia, Singapore
South America:
Argentina, Brazil, Chile
Oceania:
Australia, New Zealand
Note
You can also find the vehicle characteristics in the NAVIGATION menu
under the settings icon
> Vehicle profiles.
Hazardous Load
In the menu HAZARDOUS LOAD you can select hazardous material by classes.
Tapping an icon opens a description of the respective hazardous material class.
If your vehicle carries hazardous loads, activate the respective checkboxes. It is
possible to activate more than one class if several hazardous loads are transported.
Avoid options
Use this menu to avoid certain areas or road segments.
• Press the NAVI
button during a running route.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
• Tap on Avoidances.
> The AVOIDANCES menu is displayed.
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The following avoid options are available:
- Motorways
- Urban
areas
roads
- Ferries
- Toll roads
- Vignette roads
- Small
Note
Toll and vignette roads are a form of road pricing for vehicles additionally to
the road tax.
- Toll roads: Road pricing calculated on distance travelled
- Vignette: Permission for using roads for a certain period of time
Note
Sometimes (depending on the route) it is not possible to match every set
truck profile and avoid option. You will be informed about with a vehicle
attribute warning screen which displays the distance to the ignored option.
You always need to obey given local traffic regulations.
• Select the desired avoidances.
> The selected avoidances are each indicated by a red prohibition sign.
Blocking
Use this menu to exclude selected roads in a section of the navigation.
• Press the NAVI
button during a currently running route.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
• Tap on Block road ahead
> The menu BLOCK ROUTE SECTION is displayed.
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The following menu options are available:
- off
- Block
the next 500 m.
the next 2 km.
- Block the next 5 km.
- Block the next 20 km.
- Block
• Select an option.
> The route is recalculated.
Note
A blocked route will be marked in the map. After the blocked route has been
detoured, the block road function will be deactivated automatically.
Voice guidance
Use this menu to turn the voice guidance on and off.
• Press the NAVI
button during a running route.
• Tap on the icon
.
> The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
• Tap on Voice guidance.
> The VOICE GUIDANCE menu is displayed.
The following menu options are available:
- Detailed
- Brief
- Beep
- Off
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Manoeuvre list
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•
>
•
>
In Navigation Screen press the NAVI
button.
Tap on the icon
.
The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
Tap on Manoeuvre list.
The Manoeuvre list is displayed.
The Manoeuvre list displays all manoeuvres in the calculated route, starting from the
current location.
The following information can be displayed on each list:
- Name
of street, motorway or slip road
- Directional arrow or motorway symbol
- Border crossings
- Distance to next manoeuvre on the route
Show or avoid manoeuvre
• Tap on the list entry in the Manoeuvre List which you want to see in the map
or avoid.
• Select the desired option in the popup.
• Tap on Avoid street.
> The route will be recalculated avoiding the selected street.
• Tap on Map.
> The selected list entry will be displayed in the navigation map.
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Manage route
Note
Manage Route is enabled if you have entered more than one destination.
Use this menu to manage your route, for example, to change the order of your
destinations on your route.
This option shows you a list with all stopovers and the final destination.
•
•
>
•
>
button during a currently running route.
Press the NAVI
Tap on the icon
.
The ROUTE OPTIONS menu is displayed.
Tap on Manage route.
The menu EDIT ROUTE is displayed.
• Tap on the Move button.
> Arrow buttons show up to move the list entries (stopovers) up or down in the
list.
• Change the sequence of the list entries by tapping on the Arrow buttons.
• Tap on the icon
to go back to the route guidance.
> The route will be recalculated.
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SETUP BUTTON AND MENU NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC
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•
•
>
Press on the SETUP
button to open the SETTINGS menu.
Tap on the icon
.
Tap on Navigation and Traffic.
The NAVIGATION SETTINGS menu is displayed.
The NAVIGATION SETTINGS menu offers several settings for adjusting the
navigation system.
The following settings/options are available:
settings
- Route guidance
- Vehicle profiles
- Import POIs
- Map version
- Map
Map settings
The following settings/options are available under Map settings:
- Show Traffic information
Use this checkbox to enable or disable traffic messages.
- Map display mode
Use this option to switch the back light between Light (day), Dark (night) and
Automatic (automatic switching).
- Map view
2D map view
The angle between the camera and the terrain is always a right angle (90
degrees), no height/elevation-data is used for rendering the map. Whenever this
mode is active, changing the angle of the camera is not allowed.
2,5D map view
The angle of the camera can go under 90 degrees. It gives the illusion of having
a 3D map.
3D map view
In 3D mode the terrain is rendered with height/elevation-data included (3D
terrain) and the angle of the camera is adjusted to ground level.
- Auto-zoom
If you set this option, the map scale is adjusted automatically by the navigation
system (increases and decreases) in order to ensure reliable navigation. You can
choose between far, normal, near and off. If you zoom manually the zoom will switch
back to auto zoom after 8 seconds automatically.
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Note
POI icons are displayed depending on map scale.
- POI
Icons
Use this menu to display and hide various points of interest, for example, petrol
stations, car parks or restaurants, with the appropriate symbols on map.
- 3D Landmarks
Use this checkbox to enable or disable 3D Landmarks on the map.
- 3D Cities
Use this checkbox to enable or disable 3D Cities on the map.
- Digital Terrain Model
Use this checkbox to enable or disable a digital terrain model on the map.
- Park areas
Use this checkbox to enable or disable park areas on the map.
- Railroads
Use this checkbox to enable or disable railroads on the map.
- City areas
Use this checkbox to enable or disable city areas on the map.
Route Guidance
The following settings/options are available under Route guidance:
- Voice guidance prompts
Use this option to adjust the degree of detail for voice guidance.
- Voice guidance volume
Use this option to change the volume of the voice prompts.
- Show turn-by-turn symbol
Use this option to display the turn-by-turn symbol and written instruction during the
route guidance.
Traffic Safety
Traffic signs and traffic regulations always have priority over the driving
recommendations.
- Show
lane guidance
Use this menu to display lane guidance.
- Arrival information
Use this option to toggle between displaying the estimated time of arrival and the
estimated remaining travel time.
- Default route
Use this menu to toggle between ECO route, Fastest route or Shortest route.
- Junction view
Use this option to display junctions in the lane guidance.
- Avoid
Use this menu to avoid certain areas or road segments.
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Import POIs
You can define special destinations in addition to the special destinations stored on
map database SD-card.
Your created special destinations (POIs) can be downloaded to the system.
You can create the following:
- Destination contact points
Create POIs:
To create special destinations, perform the following steps:
•
Create a text file with an arbitrary name and the file extension .kml (e.g.
SamsContactPoint.kml).
Note
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You can find the necessary GPS coordinates, for example, in a
topographical map.
The GPS coordinates must be expressed in degrees with decimal places.
Coordinates of west longitude and southern latitude must specified with of
an initial minus sign
"-".
•
Enter latitude and longitude coordinates into the text file, separated by a
comma (e.g. 9.9800000, 52.0150000).
Enter an arbitrary name for the contact point (e.g. “David's hangout”).
•
Save the text file (e.g. on the hard drive on your PC or notebook).
Example:
<kml>
<Document>
<name>My POIs</name>
<Placemark>
<name>My POI 1</name>
<metadata>
<telephone>1234567890</telephone>
</metadata>
<Point>
<coordinates>Longitude,Lattitude</coordinates>
</Point>
</Placemark>
<Placemark>
<name>My POI 2</name>
<metadata>
<telephone>1234567890</telephone>
</metadata>
<Point>
<coordinates>Longitude,Lattitude</coordinates>
</Point>
</Placemark>
<Placemark>
<name>My POI 3</name>
<metadata>
<telephone>1234567890</telephone>
</metadata>
<Point>
<coordinates>Longitude,Lattitude</coordinates>
</Point>
</Placemark>
</Document>
</kml>
Storing text files on a USB mass storage device or SD-card
• Create a folder with the name "MyPOIs" in the root directory of a USB drive
(e.g. "L:\MyPOIs", where "L:" is the root directory of the USB drive).
• Save the text file with the destination contact points in the folder "MPOIs".
Download the user-defined special destinations
• Plug the USB mass storage device or SD-card with your special destination
data into the USB port or SD-slot 2 of the system.
• To start the download, press the SETUP button.
• Tap on Navigation and traffic.
• Tap Import POIs.
• Select Import new POIs.
• Select source USB or SD/MMC.
• Select file to import or select all files.
> The special destination data are downloaded onto the system.
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Map Version
Under Map version you can display the version of the stored map data on the SD
card.
NAVIGATION DATABASE
The map data required for navigation are stored on an SD card that comes with the
system.
Navigation SD card
You can order new navigation SD cards to get the most recent map data.
Risks to the unit
Do not use a SD card which has cracks, is deformed or has been repaired
with tape. Damaged SD cards can damage the system.
- Handle
the SD card carefully. Be especially careful to not touch or contaminate the
contacts.
- Do not use any conventional cleaner, benzene, thinner, or antistatic spray for
cleaning the SD card or its contacts.
- Do not bend or compress the SD card. Do not use a bent or broken SD card.
- To ensure easy insertion of the SD card into the card slot and its removal, do not
stick a label to the SD card.
- Do not expose the SD card to direct sunlight, high temperatures or humidity.
- Always keep the SD card out of the device in a protective box, to protect it from dirt,
moisture and mechanical influences.
Note
Maps and map updates are obtained from your vehicle dealer.
Replacing a navigation SD card
Note
When you remove the SD card with map data while navigation is active, a
popup informs you that navigation will not be available anymore until you
re-insert the SD card with map data. After you confirmed the popup the
home screen will be shown. If a SD card with map data is re-inserted, a
loading popup is shown in case you are still in the navigation application
(same behaviour as for system start up).
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Press on the inserted SD card to unlock it.
Pull the SD card out of its connector.
Gently slide the new SD card into the SD card slot with the label side up and
the cut-outs to the right.
TRAFFIC MESSAGES*
*)
Only available if navigation map data is inserted.
Note
Traffic messages shows you information about events received by RDSTMC or (available with optional DAB radio function) DAB-TPEG.
Based on this information the system is capable to recalculate routes around
time delaying traffic events.
• Press on the TRAFFIC button to open the TRAFFIC INFO menu.
> If the navigation system is activated, then the TRAFFIC INFO menu displays
all traffic incidents on the current route and/or in the surroundings.
•
Tap on the icon
to display the menu options.
The following menu options are available:
- Dynamic
redirection
You can set the following options:
Automatic
Select this option to activate the route calculation/recalculation based on TMC.
By time delay
Select the option to start the route calculation/recalculation with time delay.
Time delay is according to the calculated time the traffic event may take (e.g.
traffic jam delays for 15 minutes.)
Set time to adjust the time delay.
Ask first
Select this option to allow or not allow route calculation only after a call from the
system.
Off
Select this option to deactivate the route calculation/recalculation based on
TMC/TPEG.
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- Show
traffic events
You can enable or disable the visibility of the selected event types in the navigation
screen. Following options amongst others are possible:
Lane restrictions
Traffic flow
Accidents
Closures
Other
The navigation setup option Show traffic info completely enables/disables the
visibility.
Traffic flow information
In active route guidance the route may be displayed in different colours. These
colours give information about the immediate traffic flow of definite streets/ route
segments.
Colour
Status
transpare
nt
Unknown traffic flow
green
Free traffic flow
ochre
Slow, heavy traffic
orange
Queuing traffic
red
Stationary traffic
dark red
Blocked roads, no
traffic flow
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CAMERA
Note
The camera system is optional and depends on the vehicle configuration.
Please contact dealer for more information.
Traffic safety
The camera system is used to support visibility during forward and backward
movement of your vehicle. But the camera can also be configured as a
general camera and install it at a reasonable location around the vehicle.
This is to ease different types of work (e.g. working with crane)
It does not relieve you of responsible and proper driving behaviour. You still
have a duty to drive carefully as well as to look around when reversing.
Always pay particular attention to pedestrians and all other road users.
Note
- No
system notifications are displayed as long as the camera function is
activated.
- Depending on the environmental conditions, it is possible that the camera
and unit does not always present persons or objects correctly.
- If strong light falls directly onto the lens of the camera, objects may be
outshone and not displayed clearly.
- After cleaning a vehicle in a car wash, the detection range of the camera
may have been changed due to mechanical influences. Please check this
and perform any necessary readjustment of the camera. For more
information on the required settings of the camera, refer to the instructions
of your vehicle.
- The system has a video input, which enables the display of e.g. camera
images on the display. If necessary, consult the vehicle documentation if this
function is used in your vehicle.
Note
Depending on vehicle configuration one camera can be set as reverse
camera. When driver put the vehicle into reverse the reverse camera will be
shown.
The unit offers the option to connect and alternately display two cameras.
Choose camera
You can use this option to select one of the two cameras.
•
>
•
•
>
Press the CAMERA
button and tap on the icon
The Camera settings menu is displayed.
Select a camera by tapping on Preview.
Tap the icon to change the view into Full mode.
The selected camera is displayed in Full mode.
Camera settings
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.
You can use this option to select a camera, to change the names of the cameras,
and to display a preview of the two cameras.
• Press the CAMERA
button and tap on the icon
> The Camera settings menu is displayed.
.
•
•
Tap on the icon
behind the camera that you would like to rename.
Enter a descriptive name using the onscreen keyboard and confirm your entry
with OK.
> The Home page is displayed.
Note
Switch between two cameras via button Camera preview.
Tap on the Arrows icon to get into full screen mode.
The top bar displays the name of the currently used camera.
To leave full screen mode tap any hard key or use the icon
bottom bar.
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or
in the
STEERING WHEEL REMOTE CONTROL*
*)
Steering wheel remote control is dependent on vehicle configuration.
Note
The steering wheel remote control function is optional and depends on the
vehicle configuration.
See separate manual of the remote control unit for connection details.
You can operate the unit with the buttons on the steering wheel.
FUNCTIONS OF THE STEERING WHEEL REMOTE CONTROL
Button +
- Increase volume
Button −
- Decrease volume
Button
- Radio:
Skip to previous pre-set station (short press);
automatic tuning (long press).
- Storage medium:
Select previous title, restart the current title (short press);
fast search backward (long press)
Button
- Radio:
Retrieve next storage space
(short press); automatic tuning (long press).
Storage medium:
Select next title, (short press); quick search forward (long press)
SRC button
- Select media source
Button
- Switch to mute
Button
- Push To Talk (hold button during phone calls as long as you talk)
- Activate SDS- Speech Dialogue System
(short press)
- Siri Eyes Free can be started if an iPhone has been connected via Bluetooth
(long press). Use natural language commands to control your iPhone.
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Button
- Settings
Button
- Back
OK button
- Confirm
Button
- Up
Button
- Down
Button
- Left
- Reject an incoming call
Button
- Right
- Ignore an incoming call (mutes the incoming call signal)
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MIRRORLINK
MirrorLink provides the integration of Android devices into the vehicle, so that the
screen and common applications of Android devices are shown on the display.
Note
MirrorLink appears only when an MirrorLink supported Android device is
connected to the head unit via USB.
Long press on PHONE
button activates MirrorLink. The icon is shown in
the APPS menu.
TURN ON MIRRORLINK
•
•
Tap on the icon
Tap on the icon
to open the HOME menu.
in order to display the APPS menu.
• Tap on the MirrorLink button.
> The MirrorLink function starts.
> The following screen appears.
Upon successful connection, the supported MirrorLink applications (phone, music,
maps, news) can be controlled using the touch surface.
Note
To present an incoming call via MirrorLink the phone must be connected to
the head unit as primary phone via Bluetooth. Additional a certified
MirrorLink Phone App must be installed.
Most phones currently do not support phone calls via MirrorLink.
MirrorLink is interrupted during a system update, e.g. traffic info, and is
started up again after the system update is successfully handled.
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START MIRRORLINK APPLICATION
•
•
•
•
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Tap on the icon
to open the HOME menu.
Tap on the icon
in order to display the APPS menu.
Tap on the Mirrorlink button.
Tap on the desired application e.g. Music, Internet Radio etc.
FLEET MANAGEMENT SERVICES*
Open Scania Fleet on your Scania radio and enter your user credentials. You can
stay in touch with your fleet manager and colleagues in a convenient way. Within
your fleet you can send and receive messages as well as access the fleet address
book. Receive a destination and navigate to it directly. Receive a phone number and
initiate a call from your received message. On the Fleet Management Portal your
estimated time of arrival (ETA) will be displayed in the Fleet Position service.
Note
The Scania Fleet popup is not shown on top of incoming call popups. It will
be shown after the call has ended.
START Scania Fleet
•
•
Tap on the icon
Tap on the icon
to open the HOME menu.
in order to display the APPS menu.
• Tap on the Scania Fleet button.
> Fleet Manager is started.
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APPENDIX
OPTIONAL FEATURES/ SETTINGS
Optional features and settings might not be supported by your respective vehicle
configuration and the state of your device.
Sound settings - Subwoofer level
•
•
Press the SETUP
Tap on the icon
button.
.
Note
To change the settings you can proceed as follow:
• Tap on one of the screen buttons (
/
) to change the audio
settings.
• Move the slider via touch screen.
• Move the slider by rotating the right rotary encoder/push button .
•
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Use the setting Subwoofer level to modify the subwoofer level of the audio
source.
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
FOR THE USE OF THE TRAVEL AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION SERVICES
PROVIDED IN EUROPE
1
SCOPE
1.1
This End User License Agreement ("EULA") contains the terms and conditions regarding your use of the
Services (as defined below in section 2.6) provided by the Service Provider (as defined below in section 2.7)
in the Territory (as defined below in section 2.8) and material limitations to your rights in that regard. If you
are acting as an agent or other representative of a company or another legal person, such as an officer or
other employee acting for your employer, then "you" and "your" mean your principal, the entity or other
legal person for whom you are acting.
1.2
This EULA has been made publicly available in the Service Provider Traffic web service on the Service
Provider’s official website (http://www.Service Providertraffic.com/eula/). However, if you have not
reviewed this EULA prior to opening the sales package of the Product (as defined below in section 2.5), you
should read this printed version of the EULA carefully as it is a legal agreement between you and the Service
Provider as if the Service Provider and you physically signed this EULA. If you would like to get an unofficial
translation of this EULA from English to your respective local language in the Territory, please visit the
above-mentioned website. By opening the sales package of the Product that you’ve purchased containing
this EULA and thereafter commencing the use of the Services, you automatically accept and agree to be
bound by the terms and conditions contained in this EULA. However, if you do not agree to all of the terms
and conditions contained in this EULA, you may not use the Services.
2
DEFINITIONS
2.1
“Act” shall mean the applicable local consumer protection laws and regulations.
2.2
“Data” shall mean collectively the travel and traffic information and the related location data made
available to you through the Services by the Service Provider.
2.3
“Intellectual Property Rights” shall mean all copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, patents and other
intellectual property rights recognized in any jurisdiction worldwide, including all applications and
registrations with respect thereto.
2.4
“Manufacturer” shall mean the manufacturer of the Product and its affiliates.
2.5
“Product” shall mean the personal navigation device enabled to receive the Services manufactured,
marketed, sold and distributed by the Manufacturer.
2.6
“Services” shall mean the provision of the Data to you by the Service Provider.
2.7
“Service Provider” shall mean Service Provider Mediamobile SA with the french corporate ID B 403334 618
and registered address 27 boulevard Hippolyte Marquès, 94200 Ivry sur Seine - France
2.8
“Territory” shall mean the countries of Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden,
Turkey and United Kingdom.
3
LICENSE GRANT
3.1
The Service Provider hereby grants to you a non-exclusive right to use the Services in the Territory for the
life of the Product, or when the third party licenses, services and information required for providing the
Services become unavailable on commercially reasonable terms, or until the Service Provider discontinues
providing the Services in the form as they were provided when you purchased the Product, which ever is
the shortest.
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3.2
There are no implied licenses granted under this EULA, and all rights save for those expressly granted to
you above, shall remain with the Service Provider.
4
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND OTHER RIGHTS
Title and all Intellectual Property Rights to or associated with the Services and/or the Data shall always be vested
in the Service Provider, its licensors or other suppliers.
5
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
5.1
The Service Provider shall provide the Services with due care and professional skill in the Territory until the
expiry or termination of the license grant as agreed in section 3.1 above. For the avoidance of any doubt,
the Service Provider’s warranty provided hereunder shall cover only the Services expressly excluding the
Product.
5.2
NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT THE SERVICES, DUE TO THEIR
NATURE AND CONTENT, MIGHT NOT ALWAYS BE FREE FROM DEFECTS, COMPLETE, REAL-TIME OR
AVAILABLE, AND THAT THEY ARE PROVIDED ON “AS IS” BASIS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER SERVICE PROVIDER
OBLIGATIONS ARISING FROM THE ACT OR OTHER APPLICABLE STATUTORY LAWS, TRADE USAGE, GENERAL
PRINCIPLES OR OTHER SOURCES OF LAW, WHICH ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT
PERMITTED BY THE MANDATORY OBLIGATIONS IMPOSED ON THE SERVICE PROVIDER IN THE ABOVEREFERRED SOURCES OF LAW. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY THE
MANUFACTURER, ITS DISTRIBUTORS AND/OR RESELLERS SHALL IN ANY WAY EXTEND THE SCOPE OF THIS
WARRANTY.
5.3
IN CASE THE SERVICES HAVE NOT BEEN PERFORMED WITH DUE CARE AND PROFESSIONAL SKILL AS AGREED
IN SECTION 5.1 ABOVE, YOUR SOLE REMEDY IS RE-PERFORMANCE OF THE SERVICES EXPRESSLY EXCLUDING
OTHER REMEDIES ARISING FROM THE ACT OR OTHER APPLICABLE STATUTORY LAWS, TRADE USAGE,
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OR OTHER SOURCES OF LAW, WHICH ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED TO THE FULLEST
EXTENT PERMITTED BY THE MANDATORY REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO YOU UNDER THE ABOVE-REFERRED
SOURCES OF LAW.
6
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
6.1
FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF ANY DOUBT, YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO CLAIM DAMAGES FROM THE SERVICE
PROVIDER ONLY IN SITUATIONS IN WHICH SUCH RIGHT CANNOT BE EXCLUDED BASED ON SECTION 5.3.
6.2
EXCLUDING THE SITUATIONS IN WHICH LIABILITY FOR (A) INDIRECT DAMAGES CANNOT BE LIMITED BASED
ON THE MANDATORY PROVISIONS IN THE ACT AND OTHER APPLICABLE LOCAL LAWS, THE SERVICE
PROVIDER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT DAMAGES; AND (B) DIRECT DAMAGES CANNOT BE LIMITED
BASED ON THE MANDATORY PROVISIONS IN THE ACT AND OTHER APPLICABLE LOCAL LAWS, THE SERVICE
PROVIDER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT DAMAGES TO THE EXTENT THEY EXCEED THE FEES, WHICH
YOU HAVE ACTUALLY PAID FOR THE SERVICES EXPRESSLY EXCLUDING THE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
6.3
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY THE MANDATORY PROVISIONS IN THE ACT AND OTHER APPLICABLE LOCAL
LAWS, THE LIMITATION PERIOD FOR YOUR CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES SHALL BE TWO (2) YEARS FROM THE
POINT IN TIME WHEN THE CLAIM AROSE AND YOU BECAME AWARE THEREOF. REGARDLESS OF YOUR
KNOWLEDGE THE LIMITATION PERIOD SHALL ALWAYS BE THREE (3) YEARS FROM THE DAMAGING EVENT.
6.4
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY UNDER THE APPLICABLE LOCAL
PRODUCT LIABILITY LAWS, THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS SHALL APPLY TO ALL CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES,
IRRESPECTIVE OF THEIR LEGAL BASIS.
7
GENERAL TERMS
7.1
This EULA constitutes the entire agreement and understanding by and between you and the Service
Provider. This EULA supersedes any prior and contemporaneous proposals, purchase orders,
advertisements, and all other communications in relation to the subject matter of this EULA, whether oral
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or written. Any additions or modifications hereto must be made in writing and signed by a duly authorized
Service Provider representative. This also applies to any waiver of this requirement of written form. For the
avoidance of any doubt, the Manufacturer and their distributors do not have a permission to modify this
EULA on behalf of the Service Provider.
7.2
If for any reason a court finds any provision of this EULA, or any portion thereof, to be unenforceable, that
provision of this EULA will be enforced to the maximum extent permissible so as to affect the intent of the
parties, and the remainder of this EULA will continue in full force and effect.
7.3
Subject to section 6.3 above, a failure of a party to insist upon the performance of one or more of the terms
of this EULA will not be deemed to be a waiver of its right to enforce such term, or of any rights or remedies
that party may have under this EULA.
7.4
This EULA shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the country within the European Economic Area
(EEA) in which you are domiciled. If you are domiciled outside the European Economic Area (EEA), this EULA
shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the country in the European Economic Area (EEA) from
which you purchased the license to use the Services. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods, done at Vienna April 11, 1980, is excluded.
All disputes arising under this EULA shall be brought in the public court in the country within the European
Economic Area (EEA) in which you are domiciled. If you are domiciled outside the European Economic Area (EEA),
the forum for all disputes shall be the public court in the country within the European Economic Area (EEA) from
which you purchased the license to use the Services.
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CERTIFICATION INFORMATION
EC-Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Harman Becker Automotive Systems GmbH, declares that this unit, Scania
AUS4 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions
of Directive 1999/5/EC.
ECE type approval
Unit SCANIA AUS4 was reviewed by the directive UN/ECE R10 and registered and
type approved by “snch“ authority in Luxembourg. This is shown by type approval
number as follows.
10R - 05 13782
Bluetooth approval
Bluetooth approval for SCANIA AUS4
Bluetooth®
Qualified Design
ID Number D0xxxxx
MirrorLink certification
MirrorLink certification for SCANIA AUS4
MirrorLink
Qualified DesignDesign
ID Number CLxxxx
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