Volvo 2011, C30 User manual

Volvo 2011, C30 User manual
VOLVO C30, S40, V50, C70 & XC90
ROAD AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (RTI)
OPERATING MANUAL
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Event at next guidance point
Itinerary destination
Name of next road/street
Excluded area for route
Facility (petrol station)
Estimated distance to destination
Estimated travel time to destination or estimated time of arrival (ETA)
Map scale
Planned route
Current road/street name
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Planned route interim destinations
Next guidance point
Known landmark
Position of car
Road type
Colour
Completed planned route
Motorway
Green
Planned route start
Primary road
Red
Traffic information
Smaller primary road
Dark grey
Section covered by traffic information
Ordinary road
Light grey
Arrow on outer compass ring indicates direction to destination
Text and symbols on screen
Stored location (any symbol and text)
Distance to next guidance point
Compass
ROAD AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION - RTI
Volvo's navigation system is a traffic information and guidance
system developed by Volvo. The system guides you to a destination and provides information along the route. This provides
information on situations which may make your drive more difficult, e.g. accidents and roadworks, and shows you alternative
routes.
It is possible to set up an itinerary, search for facilities along the
route, store special locations, etc. The system indicates the
current position of the car and does not allow wrong turns that
would prevent you from reaching the chosen destination.
You will learn how intuitive it is to use. Try it out. We also recommend that you familiarise yourself with the information in this
manual in order to derive most enjoyment from the system.
The Volvo navigation system helps to bring about a better environment by making it easier to get to where you want to go and
shorten the distances you have to drive.
License agreement NAVTEQ DATABASE
For end user information, see page 82.
Table of contents
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01 Get to know your navigation
system
Manual........................................................ 8
Before starting............................................ 9
Menus....................................................... 11
Component location and functions C30... 14
Component location and functions S40... 16
Component location and functions V50. . . 18
Component location and functions C70... 20
Component location and functions XC90. 22
Controls.................................................... 24
Keyboard................................................... 25
Display modes and voice messages........ 26
Main unit, updating, maintenance............ 28
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02 Simple user settings
Menus.......................................................
Menu tree..................................................
Set destination..........................................
Show/Delete destination...........................
Settings.....................................................
03 Advanced user settings
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Menus.......................................................
Menu tree..................................................
Set destination..........................................
Itinerary.....................................................
Current position........................................
Traffic information.....................................
Settings.....................................................
Simulation.................................................
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Table of contents
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04 Traffic information
General......................................................
Avoiding traffic problems..........................
Selecting information................................
Reading information..................................
Transmitters..............................................
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05 Symbols on the map
06 Questions and answers
Landmarks and road numbers.................. 74
Symbols for facilities................................. 75
Frequently asked questions...................... 80
EULA - License agreement....................... 82
Copyright.................................................. 84
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Table of contents
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07 Alphabetical Index
Alphabetical Index.................................... 86
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Table of contents
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Manual...................................................................................................... 8
Before starting.......................................................................................... 9
Menus..................................................................................................... 11
Component location and functions C30................................................. 14
Component location and functions S40................................................. 16
Component location and functions V50................................................. 18
Component location and functions C70................................................. 20
Component location and functions XC90............................................... 22
Controls................................................................................................... 24
Keyboard................................................................................................. 25
Display modes and voice messages...................................................... 26
Main unit, updating, maintenance........................................................... 28
GET TO KNOW YOUR NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Manual
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General information on the manual
Changes in the manual
The manual describes general functions for all
markets, but market specific information may
also be included.
The specifications, design features and illustrations in this owner's manual are not binding.
Like the system, the manual is divided into
Easy and Advanced user settings.
Menu options/Search paths
All options that can be selected on the display
are marked in the manual with slightly larger
and grey-shaded text, e.g. Set destination.
Search paths in the menu tree are stated as,
e.g.:
Set destination
Address
City
Special text
NOTE
Texts marked with NOTE give advice or tips
that facilitate use of features and functions
for example.
Footnote
There is information in the manual that is added
as a footnote at the bottom of the page or in
direct association with a table. This information
is a supplement to the text to which it refers via
the footnote number.
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We reserve the right to make modifications
without prior notice.
© Volvo Car Corporation
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Before starting
General
Map mode
The navigation system can be used without a
destination being selected. The map with the
position of the car is shown on the screen and
the car is shown with a blue triangle.
After Startup, the Main menu is displayed
briefly until the screen switches to Map mode.
At this point, the current map covers the entire
screen.
The system is updated continuously and could
therefore contain functions not described in
this manual.
•
Press BACK to activate the Main menu,
see page 32.
•
Press ENTER to activate the Quick menu,
see page 32.
The system content may vary slightly from
country to country and some menu options are
not available to all countries for technical reasons.
Startup
The system is switched on automatically when
the ignition key/starter knob1 is turned to position I or II.
If the system has been switched off manually,
it must also be switched on manually as follows:
2. In this mode ENTER activates the Scroll
menu, see page 32.
3. The screen is activated.
If a setting has been changed and the factory
setting is required again then only the current
function is affected.
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On
1. The ignition key/starter knob must be in
position I or II (see the instruction manual
for the car).
The system is supplied with default settings,
but starts with the settings last made.
The system starts by displaying a screen where
you have to confirm the text content by pressing ENTER after selecting Easy (Easy mode)
or Advanced (Advanced mode).
On/Off
1. Press the navigation button to activate
Scroll mode, in order to view parts of the
map that are outside of the screen for
example.
Settings
There is no function that resets all settings
simultaneously.
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2. Press ENTER or BACK.
The system may need a few seconds in order
to detect the position and movement of the car.
Off
The system is switched off automatically when
the ignition key is turned to position 0.
The system can be switched off manually so
that it does not start automatically the next time
the ignition key is turned to position I, as follows:
1. Press BACK to reach the Main menu.
Used instead of an ignition key in cars fitted with the Keyless system.
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Before starting
2. Scroll to Shut down with the navigation
button.
3. Press ENTER.
4. The screen is powered down.
NOTE
The system can be accessed even if the
engine is switched off. For this reason,
remember that frequent use of the navigation system with the engine switched off
could discharge the start battery.
Refer to the following page to see which menus
differ between the two options.
Demo (simulated guidance)
Specify a destination in order to obtain an overview of how guidance works. Guidance to the
specified destination can be simulated when
the car is stationary.
Simple/Advanced setting
This function is available only in mode
Advanced.
When the navigation system starts up the
required user settings are selected.
For more information on Demo, see
page 63.
• Easy
Only the most important menus are available in
this mode. Suitable for simply travelling from
point A to B.
• Advanced
All settings and functions are available in this
mode.
Switching between settings
It is possible to switch between Easy and
Advanced settings under Settings.
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Settings made in Easy mode do not transfer
over to Advanced mode and vice versa, but
instead are stored in each respective mode.
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Menus
Menu options in two levels Simple
mode
Set destination
Guiding voice
Guiding volume
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Menu options in two levels Advanced
mode
Set destination
Language
Address
Address
Colour
Facilities
Facilities
Map view
Last 20
Stored locations
User mode
Last 20
Point on map
Shut down
Show destination
Delete destination
For information on all possible menu options in
Simple mode, see page 34.
Return trip
Point on map
Latitude/longitude
Settings
Itinerary
Start guidance
Add to itinerary
Route options
Clear itinerary
Next destination
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Menus
Address
Current position
Settings
Traffic information
Route options
Map options
Guiding options
System options
Start demo
Shut down
For information on all possible menu options in
Advanced mode, see page 46.
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Menus
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Component location and functions C30
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Component location and functions C30
Main unit
The system is hard disk based. For more information, see page 28.
The main unit is fitted in the glovebox and
includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calculating the position of the car
Calculating the route to the specified destination
Handling traffic information
Voice guidance
Storing map data
DVD player; for updating the map data and
software.
route outline even if the GPS signal is temporarily lost, e.g. when driving through a tunnel.
Traffic information
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a standardised coding system for traffic information. The
receiver automatically searches for the correct
frequency. Reception takes place via the FM
antenna.
The coverage area of the system is under constant development which is why updates can
sometimes be necessary, see page 28.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
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Keypad
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel. Use it to scroll
between different menu options, to confirm
selections or to move back in menus. For more
information, see page 24.
Screen
The screen displays maps and provides
detailed information on route type, distance,
menus etc. For screen care, see page 28
IR receiver
The IR receiver for the remote control is located
adjacent to the screen on the speaker grille. For
more information, see page 24.
Speakers
Navigation system audio uses the front loudspeakers.
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated in
the main unit.
Positioning
The car's speed sensor and a gyro calculate
the current position and the direction of travel
of the car using signals from the GPS satellite
system.
The advantage of this concept is that the navigation system registers and calculates the
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Component location and functions S40
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Component location and functions S40
Main unit
The system is hard disk based. For more information, see page 28.
The main unit is fitted in the glovebox and
includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calculating the position of the car
Calculating the route to the specified destination
Handling traffic information
Voice guidance
Storing map data
DVD player; for updating the map data and
software.
route outline even if the GPS signal is temporarily lost, e.g. when driving through a tunnel.
Traffic information
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a standardised coding system for traffic information. The
receiver automatically searches for the correct
frequency. Reception takes place via the FM
antenna.
The coverage area of the system is under constant development which is why updates can
sometimes be necessary, see page 28.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
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Keypad
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel. Use it to scroll
between different menu options, to confirm
selections or to move back in menus. For more
information, see page 24.
Screen
The screen displays maps and provides
detailed information on route type, distance,
menus etc. For screen care, see page 28
IR receiver
The IR receiver for the remote control is located
adjacent to the screen on the speaker grille. For
more information, see page 24.
Speakers
Navigation system audio uses the front loudspeakers.
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated in
the main unit.
Positioning
The car's speed sensor and a gyro calculate
the current position and the direction of travel
of the car using signals from the GPS satellite
system.
The advantage of this concept is that the navigation system registers and calculates the
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Component location and functions V50
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G019633
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Component location and functions V50
Main unit
The system is hard disk based. For more information, see page 28.
The main unit is fitted in the glovebox and
includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calculating the position of the car
Calculating the route to the specified destination
Handling traffic information
Voice guidance
Storing map data
DVD player; for updating the map data and
software.
route outline even if the GPS signal is temporarily lost, e.g. when driving through a tunnel.
Traffic information
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a standardised coding system for traffic information. The
receiver automatically searches for the correct
frequency. Reception takes place via the FM
antenna.
The coverage area of the system is under constant development which is why updates can
sometimes be necessary, see page 28.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
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Keypad
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel. Use it to scroll
between different menu options, to confirm
selections or to move back in menus. For more
information, see page 24.
Screen
The screen displays maps and provides
detailed information on route type, distance,
menus etc. For screen care, see page 28
IR receiver
The IR receiver for the remote control is located
adjacent to the screen on the speaker grille. For
more information, see page 24.
Speakers
Navigation system audio uses the front loudspeakers.
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated in
the main unit.
Positioning
The car's speed sensor and a gyro calculate
the current position and the direction of travel
of the car using signals from the GPS satellite
system.
The advantage of this concept is that the navigation system registers and calculates the
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Component location and functions C70
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3
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Component location and functions C70
Main unit
The system is hard disk based. For more information, see page 28.
The main unit is fitted in the glovebox and
includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calculating the position of the car
Calculating the route to the specified destination
Handling traffic information
Voice guidance
Storing map data
DVD player; for updating the map data and
software.
route outline even if the GPS signal is temporarily lost, e.g. when driving through a tunnel.
Traffic information
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a standardised coding system for traffic information. The
receiver automatically searches for the correct
frequency. Reception takes place via the FM
antenna.
The coverage area of the system is under constant development which is why updates can
sometimes be necessary, see page 28.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
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Keypad
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel. Use it to scroll
between different menu options, to confirm
selections or to move back in menus. For more
information, see page 24.
Screen
The screen displays maps and provides
detailed information on route type, distance,
menus etc. For screen care, see page 28
IR receiver
The IR receiver for the remote control is located
adjacent to the screen on the speaker grille. For
more information, see page 24.
Speakers
Navigation system audio uses the front loudspeakers.
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated in
the main unit.
Positioning
The car's speed sensor and a gyro calculate
the current position and the direction of travel
of the car using signals from the GPS satellite
system.
The advantage of this concept is that the navigation system registers and calculates the
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Component location and functions XC90
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Component location and functions XC90
Main unit
The system is hard disk based. For more information, see page 28.
The main unit is fitted under the driver's seat
and includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calculating the position of the car
Calculating the route to the specified destination
Handling traffic information
Voice guidance
Storing map data
DVD player; for updating the map data and
software.
route outline even if the GPS signal is temporarily lost, e.g. when driving through a tunnel.
Traffic information
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a standardised coding system for traffic information. The
receiver automatically searches for the correct
frequency. Reception takes place via the FM
antenna.
The coverage area of the system is under constant development which is why updates can
sometimes be necessary, see page 28.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
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Keypad
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel. Use it to scroll
between different menu options, to confirm
selections or to move back in menus. For more
information, see page 24.
Screen
The screen displays maps and provides
detailed information on route type, distance,
menus etc. For screen care, see page 28.
IR receiver
The IR receiver for the remote control is located
in the audio system's control panel. For more
information, see page 24.
Speakers
Navigation system audio uses the front loudspeakers.
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated in
the main unit.
Positioning
The car's speed sensor and a gyro calculate
the current position and the direction of travel
of the car using signals from the GPS satellite
system.
The advantage of this concept is that the navigation system registers and calculates the
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Controls
Keypad location and IR receiver
Keypad, steering wheel/remote
control
BACKSPACE
Undoes the most recent selection or goes back
in the menu structure.
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"Do not disturb"
The navigation system is controlled with the
steering wheel's keypad or the remote control.
The keypad is located on the right-hand rear
side of the steering wheel.
Aim the remote control towards the IR receiver
located on the loudspeaker grille adjacent to
the screen or in the audio system's control
panel (XC90 only).
NOTE
The remote control contains AAA or R03
batteries. If the remote control ceases to
function, try changing the batteries first.
The steering wheel keypad and the keypad on
the remote control have the same functions.
Use the keypad to scroll through different
menu options, confirm selections or move
back in menus.
The design may vary for different models.
Navigation button
Scroll between different menu options using
the navigation button, the keypad's locating
pin or the remote control's arrow keys ,
,
and
. The navigation button also moves
the cursor (hairline cross) on the map.
ENTER
Confirms or activates selections.
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In some situations, the system requires a few
extra seconds to make a calculation. A symbol
is then displayed on screen.
NOTE
When the calculation symbol appears, the
system is unable to accept any commands
from the navigation, ENTER or BACK buttons.
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Keyboard
Entering and selecting options
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The scroll bar on the right-hand side of the list
shows that there are more alternatives in the
list than those shown on the screen. The number ( 110) indicates the number of options.
1. Return to the character chart from the list
of alternatives using BACK.
2. Delete the input letters entered one at a
time using BACK.
General search
The keyboard is used in many places within the
menus for entering specific information, e.g.
type of facility, country, city, street address,
street or post code.
1. Select the letters using the navigation button and press ENTER.
> When there are no further alternatives
the remaining letters in the name are
entered automatically.
The list at the bottom of the screen
shows the first three possible alternatives matching the letter input.
2. It is also possible to scroll down using
to directly access alternative names on the
list.
The search function is always available and
always works in the same way irrespective of
menu status when a location is entered.
If ENTER is pressed during an input then all
reply combinations are shown for each respective alternative: City, street, facility etc.
For example, if a search is made for a name
such as London Airport then all London combinations will be shown when LO is input. The
more letters you input the more specific the
reply.
A search for LO also provides reply alternatives
such as Restaurant Lou Trivalou for example,
as alternatives containing several words separated by spaces are included in the search.
3. Select the alternative and press ENTER.
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Display modes and voice messages
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Display modes and voice messages
Different display mode appearances
Voice messages
The appearance of the screen image depends
on geographic position and the settings made,
e.g. map scale, symbols selected for display
etc.
After a destination has been set, Guidance is
activated and when a junction or exit is
approaching the system generates a voice
message stating distance and type of manoeuvre. At the same time a detailed map of the
junction is displayed. The voice message is
repeated closer to the junction.
Explanations for the text, signs and symbols
that may appear on the screen are available on
the inside of the cover.
Facilities along the motorway. This function is available even if a destination has
not been entered. Only shown when driving on the section of motorway in question.
Press ENTER on the symbol for Facilities
on the far right on the Quick menu, see
page 43.
Detailed junction map. The left-hand section of the screen enlarges the navigation
at the next junction. (Alternative navigation
options are only shown for major roads.)
The situation is always supplemented by a
voice message.
Two maps can be selected as display
mode. The screen shows the same map
image but in two different scales. Shown
following ENTER on the symbol for Map/
Route outline in the Quick menu, see
page 42.
Guidance with voice messages can be
obtained at any moment using ENTER on the
Quick menu's symbol for Guidance, see page
32 and 42.
NOTE
In some cases, e.g. during a carphone call,
a voice message is replaced with a pling
tone.
Toll roads
Some areas include toll roads. When a toll
booth is approaching, a voice message indicates this.
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Compass
The map image can show the
compass in two different
ways:
- With the compass direction
north always facing up.
- With the direction of travel
always facing up.
The red tip of the compass needle points north
on the map and the white tip points south.
The grey destination arrow in the outer ring of
the compass points in the direction of the
selected destination.
Go to Settings Map options Map
orientation to select how the map direction is
to be displayed and to Compass to select how
the compass is to be displayed, see
page 60.
A destination must be input in order to receive
the message.
Scroll mode, see page 32 and 44.
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Main unit, updating, maintenance
Contents in main unit
Care of DVD discs
All map information is pre-installed on the main
unit hard disk. There is no DVD disc in the unit
at delivery. A DVD disc is not used until a map
data update, refer to the package's instructions.
Handle DVD discs with care. When they are not
in use they must be stored in their packaging.
Avoid storing them in damp, excess heat,
direct sunlight or dusty surroundings.
DVD discs with updated and additional information are issued regularly. Contact a Volvo
dealer for the latest issue.
Updating with DVD disc
See also www.volvocars.com/navi for further
information on maps etc.
NOTE
Make sure that the car's electricity supply is
secure because an update can take up to
about 2 hours.
NOTE
The main unit's DVD player is only designed
for Volvo's map discs.
Screen care
Clean the screen with a soft, lint-free rag, lightly
moistened with clean water or mild window
cleaning agent.
If the DVD disc, apart from new map discs,
contains new software then this part starts first.
The car can be driven while map information is
being updated but the system cannot be used
while the update is in progress.
1. Switch on the system.
2. Eject any DVD disc that is loaded in the
unit.
3. Load the DVD update disc. If there are several discs then load them in numerical
order.
4. The system now updates automatically.
The information shown indicates progress
achieved.
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5. After the update the DVD disc with the latest update must remain in the unit. If there
is more than one disc then disc no. 1 must
be used. If the disc is removed from the
main unit then the system ceases to function.
If the system is switched off while the update
is in progress then it continues automatically
next time the system is activated.
In some cases map information updates can
add new functions to the system.
When the update is finished the start screen is
displayed.
Interrupted update
If an update is interrupted then it can be
resumed. During the subsequent start-up,
select the Resume map update option in the
Navigation menu.
The update then resumes, not from the start,
but from where the system detects that the
update was interrupted.
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Menus.....................................................................................................
Menu tree................................................................................................
Set destination........................................................................................
Show/Delete destination.........................................................................
Settings...................................................................................................
SIMPLE USER SETTINGS
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Menus
General
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Traffic information1
Quick menu
When the navigation system starts up the
required user settings are selected Easy.
In Easy mode, only the most important menus
containing the most common functions are
accessible.
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The most common functions are collected
together in the Quick menu, which makes them
easier to access while driving.
Scroll menu
1. Press ENTER in Map mode.
Main menu
2. Select a symbol using
or
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 57 or 66.
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Most system settings can be made under
Settings in the Main menu while others can
only be accessed via the Quick menu.
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– Map scale
A menu containing two options is displayed.
The main menu is at the top of the menu tree
and can be reached by pressing the BACK key
several times.
It is possible to switch from Easy to
Advanced user settings in the main menu
under: Settings System options User
mode.
Pressing ENTER on the options (+) or (-)
changes the map scale in various stages, from
50 metres up to 100 km, to give you a greater
perspective or allow you to see more details.
Stepless changing is possible if you hold down
ENTER - release the button when the scale is
suitable.
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– Guidance
Pressing ENTER provides current voice guidance.
Map scroll
In Scroll mode, a hairline cross is manoeuvred
over the map image.
±
The longer you hold down the button, the faster
the hairline cross moves across the map.
Menu
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Does not apply to all areas/countries.
Activate Scroll mode (Scroll menu) by
scrolling with the navigation button.
Press ENTER in Map scroll mode to view
the Scroll menu.
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Menus
Scale (Scale)
Changes the size of the map image to provide
a larger perspective or more detail.
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Pressing ENTER on the options (+) or (-)
changes the map scale in various stages, from
50 metres up to 100 km.
Stepless changing is possible if you hold down
ENTER - release the button when the scale is
suitable.
Set as destination (Set as destination)
Selects the location marked by the hairline
cross as a destination by pressing ENTER.
Guidance starts immediately.
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02 Simple user settings
Menu tree
02
Menu options
Show destination
Shown here are three of the menu tree's levels.
Several of the menus at level three have further
submenus - these are described in more detail
in their respective sections.
page
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Delete destination
page
38
Set destination
page
35
Address
page
35
Country
City
Settings
Guiding voice
Female/Male
Guiding volume
Street
Off/1/2/3/4/5
page
39
page
39
page
39
No.
Intersection
Facilities
Country
page
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City
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Map & menu colour
page
39
Black/Chrome/Blue/Dark
2D/3D
Name
Point on map
page
39
Map view
Type
Last 20
Language
page
36
page
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Distance Unit
km/Statute mile
page
39
page
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User mode
Simple/Advanced
Shut down
page
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Set destination
Address
1. Scroll to Country (Country) and/or City
(City) and press ENTER.
NOTE
The definition of city or area can vary from
country to country, and also within the same
country. In some cases a metropolitan area
is indicated - in others an individual suburb.
2. Or choose from between the most recently
selected using
.
(For information on using the keyboard, see
page 25.)
NOTE
Set destination
Address
The system starts with Street in order to
avoid misunderstanding when two nearby
cities/localities have grown together.
Alternative 1
± Select Street (Street) without selecting a
city.
If the street name exists in several cities then a
list is shown with alternatives to choose
between. The system guides to the centre of
the selected street.
Alternative 2
1. Start by selecting City
2. Then select Street.
Enter street address
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For smaller localities there are no street
addresses stored in the system. The centre of
the locality should always be selected as the
destination.
Specify street number
If the selected address has a street number
then this can be specified to clarify the destination.
1. Scroll to the line for Number after specifying the street address, and press
ENTER.
> Alternative street numbers are shown.
2. Specify required street number.
3. Scroll to Select and press ENTER.
> The address selected appears in the
itinerary.
The system places the cursor on Street
(Street) first. The last selected Country
(Country) is preselected.
4. The cursor appears on Start - press ENTER
again.
> Route indication starts.
If this is not the case:
Alternatively:
±
Scroll to Start and press ENTER.
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Set destination
> Route indication starts immediately.
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If the street number is not specified then the
system guides to the middle of the selected
street.
5. Scroll to Start guidance to obtain guidance to the destination.
NOTE
This also applies when searching for facilities.
Select
Confirms input number.
Cancel
Search in facilities
Go back to previous screen.
Set junction
Facilities is a collective name for petrol stations, hotels, restaurants, Volvo dealers, hospitals, car parks etc.
Start guidance
± Scroll to Start guidance to start the guidance.
±
Search by post code
Set destination
Address
±
Set destination
Facilities
Enter and select country and press
ENTER.
City (City)
1. Select City and press ENTER.
±
2. Scroll to Post code and press ENTER.
Type (Type)
3. Select the characters and press ENTER or
select from the list of alternatives.
4. Scroll to Street to choose between
addresses with the selected post code and
press ENTER.
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Country (Country)
City
Instead of searching in a city you can choose
to search within a post code area.
Press ENTER to access a submenu with
different search options in order to set a
facility.
±
Enter and select city and press ENTER.
Enter and select type of facility and press
ENTER.
Name (Name)
±
Enter the name of a facility, or select from
among the alternatives in the menu.
The list only displays the facilities in the
selected city/selected area.
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Set destination
Select from among the last 20
Set destination
Last 20
02
A list with the twenty most recent destinations
is displayed.
±
Scroll to the desired destination using
or ENTER to access the submenu.
Set as destination
Adds the destination to the itinerary.
Delete location
Deletes the location from the Last 20 list.
Point on map
Set destination
Point on map
1. Use the navigation button to move the
hairline cross to the required destination,
then press ENTER to access the Scroll
menu, see page 32.
2. Scroll to Set as destination and press
ENTER.
NOTE
It is also possible to search directly on the
map with the hairline cross by using the
navigation button in Map mode.
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02 Simple user settings
Show/Delete destination
Show destination on map
02
Show destination
±
Press ENTER to obtain a map overview of
the area you set as final destination.
Delete destination
Remove destination
1. Press ENTER to reach the destination to
be deleted.
2. Press ENTER again to delete the destination.
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02 Simple user settings
Settings
Guiding voice
Settings
Guiding voice
Set female or male guiding voice1.
Map view
Settings
Map view
02
The map can be displayed in 2D (from directly
above) or 3D (obliquely from above).
Guiding volume
Settings
Guiding volume
Distance Unit
Settings
Select the volume of voice messages, or switch
them off completely.
Distance Unit
Select whether distance should be shown in
km or Statute mile.
Language
Settings
Language
User mode
Settings
Set language for menus, text and voice messages.
User mode
Switch between Easy and Advanced user settings.
Colour
Settings
Colour
There are four screen display settings - select
the one that suits you best.
1
Not applicable to the Netherlands. Instead there is the choice of language between Nederlands and Belgisch.
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48
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58
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ADVANCED USER SETTINGS
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03 Advanced user settings
Menus
General
Quick menu
When the navigation system starts up the
required user settings are selected
Advanced.
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Access to all of the navigation system's settings and functions is available in the
Advanced mode.
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The most common functions are collected
together in the Quick menu, which makes them
easier to access while driving.
1. Press ENTER in Map mode.
2. Select a symbol using
Main menu
or
.
Most system settings can be made under
Settings in the Main menu while others can
only be accessed via the Quick menu.
Stepless changing is possible if you hold down
ENTER - release the button when the scale is
suitable.
If you opt to display two maps, the map scale
symbol appears at either end of the Quick
menu so that you can adjust the relevant scale
individually.
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- Route outline/Scale
A menu containing four options is displayed.
Pressing ENTER on the option at the top displays a map showing the remaining route outline1 from the current position to the destination.
The main menu is at the top of the menu tree
and can be reached by pressing the BACK
button one or more times.
It is possible to switch from Advanced to
Easy user settings in the main menu under:
Settings
1
2
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System options
User mode
A route must be selected.
Only in areas that can receive traffic information.
Pressing ENTER on the second option displays a map showing the entire route outline1
from start to destination.
Pressing ENTER on the options (+) or (-)
changes the map scale in various stages, from
50 metres up to 100 km, to give you a greater
perspective or allow you to see more details.
– Guidance
Pressing ENTER provides current voice guidance.
– Map/Route outline
Route outline
Pressing ENTER displays a list of approaching
waypoints. The distance between waypoints
and type of manoeuvre are displayed in addition to the road name.
One map/Two maps
Pressing ENTER displays one large or two
smaller map images of the current area. Different scales may be input for the respective
maps.
Surveillance2
Allows you to save map views of three different
monitoring areas, e.g. roads with high traffic
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Menus
densities that are often subject to traffic problems.
original route outline only once the specified
stretches have been avoided and passed.
Select Surveillan.1, 2 or 3. To view previously
set surveillances, see page 44.
Avoid stretch within 1-80 km
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– Diversion
Displays a menu with Avoid and the options
1- 5- 10- 20- 40- 80 km.
This function deselects an entire area in the
original itinerary so that you do not have to
drive through a densely populated area in rush
hour, for example.
±
Avoid streets/roads
Select an option from the diversion menu
1- 80 km and press ENTER.
This function deselects streets or roads from
an itinerary set up so that you do not have to
drive through a known roadworks area, for
example.
The system then calculates, as far as possible,
a new route outline which leads back to the
original route outline only once the specified
area has been avoided and passed.
1. Select Avoid in the Diversion menu and
press ENTER. A list of streets/roads
included in the route outline is shown.
It is also possible to avoid an area by marking
a square area directly on the map, see Avoid
specified areas under
Pressing ENTER allows you to scroll through
the traffic messages displayed on screen.
Show all
Pressing ENTER displays all messages.
Hide all
Pressing ENTER hides all messages.
Settings
3. If several streets/roads are to be avoided,
start by scrolling using
to the first street/
road in the group to be avoided, then press
ENTER. Then scroll to the last street/road
in the group to be avoided and press
ENTER.
on page 58.
The system then calculates, as far as possible,
a new route outline which leads back to the
A change in the scale affects the number of
messages shown, see page 69.
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Route options
– Traffic information3
Displays a menu containing different options
for viewing information on traffic problems
within the area displayed on screen.
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Show selected
Pressing ENTER allows you to select the type
of traffic messages to be displayed in the map.
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
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2. Scroll to the street/road to be avoided and
press ENTER.
3
Read message
– Facilities
Displays a menu containing various options for
searching for a facility.
Around the car
Pressing ENTER allows you to search around
the car. See page 49
Along the route
Pressing ENTER allows you to search along
the route. See page 49
Does not apply to all areas/countries.
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03 Advanced user settings
Menus
Along the motorway
Menu
03
•
If a calculated route extends over several
motorways then the system only searches
along the section of motorway currently being
used.
In Scroll mode, a hairline cross is manoeuvred
over the map image.
±
Activate Scroll mode (Scroll menu) by
scrolling with the navigation button.
The longer you hold down the button, the faster
the hairline cross moves across the map.
Searches for current traffic messages within
the area.
Surveillance (Set for surveill.)3
±
Press ENTER in Map scroll mode to view
the Scroll menu.
•
Pressing ENTER on the options (+) or (-)
changes the map scale in various stages,
from 50 metres up to 100 km.
Stepless changing is possible if you hold
down ENTER - release the button when
the scale is suitable.
Selects the location marked by the hairline
cross as the destination.
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•
Changes the size of the map image to provide
a larger perspective or more detail.
Set as destination (Set as destination)
Does not apply to all areas/countries.
Pressing ENTER displays a menu containing
various options.
Scale (Scale)
•
3
Choose between the Last 5 and All
types to search for facilities within the local
area.
Read traffic msg. (Read traffic msg.)
Scroll menu
Map scroll
Facilities around (Facilities around)
A menu is displayed.
Pressing ENTER allows you to search for rest
areas, petrol stations and restaurants that are
readily accessible along the motorway.
Press ENTER. Guidance starts immediately.
Select between Surveillance 1, 2 or 3 and
press ENTER to store a map view you want
to save as a surveillance area, e.g. heavily
trafficked roads that are often subject to
traffic problems.
Activating the map
Selects map options in the Quick menu.
•
Select required surveillance.
Store location (Store location)
Saves a selected location, which then appears
under:
Set destination
Stored locations
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Menus
Follow route in itinerary
To be able to easily follow a set route in the
itinerary, there is a built-in "magnet function"
where - regardless of how the route outline
turns and changes compass direction - the
hairline cross follows the route outline automatically by simply holding down a button.
One of the lines on the hairline cross indicates
which button is to be selected - it appears "fatter" than the other one.
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The route outline is followed automatically using
or
.
button
If no "magnet function" is required, the "fat"
hairline cross line disappears when you scroll
the hairline cross a few millimetres off the
selected itinerary. The scroll function then
returns to normal.
The route outline is followed automatically using
or
.
button
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03 Advanced user settings
Menu tree
Menu options
Stored locations
Shown here are three of the menu tree's levels.
Several of the menus at level three have further
submenus - these are described in more detail
in their respective sections.
Add to itinerary/Information/Sorting/Delete location
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50
Route options
View Route options
under Settings
Clear itinerary
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Set destination
page
48
Address
page
48
Country
Last 20
Add to itinerary/Information/Delete location/Del.
all
View Itinerary
Street
No.
Facility by name
Around the car
Along the route
page
36
page
48
Current position
page
56
Latitude/longitude
page
52
Settings
page
57
Itinerary
page
53
Traffic information
Dynamic route guidance
Start guidance
page
48
Traffic-info. selection
Add to itinerary
page
53
Reset to default
View Address under Set
destination
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View Address under Set
destination
page
48
page
51
Around point on map
Along a street
page
51
page
53
Point on map
Intersection
Facilities
Next destination
Address
Return trip
City
page
51
page
58
Search stations
page
57
03 Advanced user settings
Menu tree
Route options
Route
page
58
System options
Guiding voice
Avoid motorways/toll
roads/ferries/car trains/
traffic problems/timerestr. roads/specified
areas
Guiding volume
Reset to default
Screen saver
Map options
Facility selection
Language
Map colour
page
59
Help
Distance Unit
User mode
Date & time info
Right map view
GPS information
Left map view
About
Compass
Reset to default
Current location
Reset to default
Time/dist. to go
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Menu colour
Map
Guiding options
page
61
Start demo
page
60
Shut down
page
63
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Facility warning
Reset to default
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03 Advanced user settings
Set destination
Address
1. Scroll to Country (Country) and/or City
(City) and press ENTER.
NOTE
The definition of city or area can vary from
country to country, and also within the same
country. In some cases a metropolitan area
is indicated - in others an individual suburb.
2. Or choose from between the most recently
selected using
.
(For information on using the keyboard, see
page 25.)
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NOTE
Set destination
Address
The system starts with Street in order to
avoid misunderstanding when two nearby
cities/localities have grown together.
Alternative 1
± Select Street (Street) without selecting a
city.
If the street name exists in several cities then a
list is shown with alternatives to choose
between. The system guides to the centre of
the selected street.
Alternative 2
Enter street address
The system places the cursor on Street
(Street) first. The last selected Country
(Country) is preselected.
If this is not the case:
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For smaller localities there are no street
addresses stored in the system. The centre of
the locality should always be selected as the
destination.
Specify street number
If the selected address has a street number
then this can be specified to clarify the destination.
±
Scroll to the line for Number after specifying the street address, and press
ENTER.
If the street number is not specified then the
system guides to the middle of the selected
street.
1. Start by selecting City.
Alternatively:
2. Then select Street.
1. Specify required street number.
> Alternative street numbers are shown.
2. Scroll to Select and press ENTER.
Cancel
Go back to previous screen.
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Set destination
Set junction
± Scroll to Intersection (Junction) and
select a street that intersects the selected
street.
Start guidance
1. Scroll to Start guidance to start the guidance.
2. Scroll to Select to add the input address
to the itinerary.
1. Select City and press ENTER.
2. Scroll to Post code and press ENTER.
3. Select the characters and press ENTER or
select from the list of alternatives.
4. Scroll to Street to choose between
addresses with the selected post code and
press ENTER.
Facilities is a collective name for petrol stations, hotels, restaurants, Volvo dealers, hospitals, car parks etc.
±
Press ENTER to access a submenu with
different search options in order to set a
facility.
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Facility by name (Facility by name)
5. Scroll to Start guidance to obtain guidance to the destination.
Information
Provides information about the destination.
NOTE
This also applies when searching for facilities.
Search by post code
Search in facilities
±
Enter the name of a facility, or select from
the options in the menu.
The list only displays the facilities in the
selected city/area.
Around the car (Around the car)
Search out of Last 5 or All types.
Set destination
Address
The system searches for facilities around the
car (max. 100 km radius). The search is stopped after 40 facilities have been found.
City
Instead of searching in a city you can choose
to search within a post code area.
Set destination
Facilities
Along the route (Along the route)
Search out of Last 5 or All types.
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03 Advanced user settings
Set destination
When a destination has been specified the system can search for facilities in an area along the
route, (within 1 km from the route).
Around point on map (Around point on
map)
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1. Scroll to Country and/or City and press
ENTER.
Or choose from between the most recently
selected using
.
Airports, for example, often have restaurants,
petrol stations etc. directly adjacent to them.
Instead of searching for Restaurant in the main
menu, select Restaurant directly under the
selected Airport.
The system searches in the same way as
Around the car, but around a chosen point on
the map.
2. Scroll to Name and press ENTER to specify a facility name without specifying a city.
3. Scroll to Select and press ENTER.
Avoiding alternatives outside the airport area
simplifies and speeds up the search.
1. Move the hairline cross around the map
using the navigation button.
4. Then scroll to Start guidance and press
ENTER for guidance to the destination.
Stored locations
2. Press ENTER to access the Scroll menu.
NOTE
Along a street (Along a street)
The system searches along a specified street.
NOTE
It is also possible to search for facilities
around the car, along the route and along
the motorway via the Quick menu, see
page 32.
To refine a search, select City first and then
scroll to Name.
There are subcategories for restaurants for
example to simplify the search.
Information on facility
Set destination
Stored locations
A stored location is a destination saved earlier,
e.g. home address, favourite restaurant, airport, Volvo dealer. For information on how to
store a location, see page 54.
±
Scroll between the stored locations and
press
or ENTER to access the submenu.
The address, coordinates and in some cases
the telephone number of the facility are shown
under Information. If the car is equipped with
built-in phone then the function Call is also
activated.
Add to itinerary
Call
Provides information about the stored location.
The system first sets the cursor on Type. Last
selected Country is preselected.
The phone dials the specified number.
Edit
Map
If this is not the case:
Shows facility location on the map.
Change name, add sound, etc. at the stored
location. See the following heading: Add info
about stored location.
Facility types/Different categories
Set destination
name
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Other facilities
Facilities
Facility by
Adds the stored location to the itinerary.
Information
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•
•
•
•
•
Sorting
Sort stored locations according to icon or
name.
Delete location
Deletes a stored location.
Del. all
Deletes all stored locations.
Move the position of a stored location
1. Select Edit, scroll using
to Adjust and
press ENTER to specify a new position for
the stored location on the map.
2. Use the navigation button to move the
hairline cross to the new position, then
press ENTER.
3. Then select Store location and press
ENTER to save the location.
Add info about stored location
± Select Edit,, scroll using
to Add info.
and then press ENTER to add further information on the stored location.
Every stored location can be provided with
the following information:
•
Alarm On/Off (...for notifying the driver
that the location is nearby)
•
•
Icon
Address
Return trip
City
Set destination
Return trip
Country
Phone
±
E-mail
The system then starts guidance back to the
location where Start guidance was last
selected.
URL
Select Start guidance and press ENTER.
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Select from among the last 20
Set destination
Last 20
Search via point on map
Set destination
A list with the twenty most recent destinations
is displayed.
±
Scroll to the desired destination using
or ENTER to access the submenu.
Add to itinerary
Point on map
1. Use the navigation button to move the
hairline cross to the required destination,
then press ENTER to access the Scroll
menu.
2. Select Set as destination, see page 44.
Adds the destination to the itinerary.
Information
Provides information about the destination.
Delete location
Deletes the location from the Last 20 list.
NOTE
It is also possible to search directly on the
map with the hairline cross by using the
navigation button in Map mode.
Del. all
Deletes all addresses from the list Last 20.
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03 Advanced user settings
Set destination
Search via latitude/longitude
Set destination
Latitude/longitude
1. Select a destination by entering the coordinates for the destination.
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2. Specify latitude using the navigation button, select N for north or S for south.
NOTE
London is at longitude 0 (zero). Localities
west of London's longitude are specified
with W (West) and localities east of it are
specified with E (East).
3. Scroll to the next line and specify longitude. Select E for east or W for west.
Press OK
> Shows the location of the specified
coordinates on the map.
4. Press ENTER to reach the Scroll menu.
5. Scroll to Set as destination and press
ENTER to select the location as a destination.
6. Press BACK to return to coordinate input.
Cancel
Return to previous screen.
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Itinerary
Draw up an itinerary
Start guidance (Start guidance)
Itinerary layout
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Destination/intermediate destination
The Itinerary (Itinerary) menu option is avail-
Itinerary
able only once a destination has been input.
Starts guidance to the destination.
Create an itinerary with several intermediate
destinations to avoid entering destination after
destination during your trip. One final destination with up to six intermediate destinations
can be specified in an itinerary.
Add to itinerary (Add to itinerary)
Itinerary
±
Select an input destination and press
ENTER or
to access the submenu.
Here, further intermediate destinations are
added to the itinerary, see page 48.
Information (Information)
Route options (Route options)
Delete (Delete)
Show/set route options, see page 58.
Clear itinerary (Clear itinerary)
Deletes the whole itinerary.
Provides information about the destination.
Deletes the destination from the itinerary.
Move (Move)
Changes the location of the destination in the
itinerary.
Adjust (Adjust)
Changes the location of the destination on the
map.
Store (Store)
Saves the destination that will be available
under Stored locations.
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03 Advanced user settings
Itinerary
Deleting in the itinerary
Itinerary
Delete the whole itinerary
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All intermediate destinations and the final destination are cleared.
±
Scroll directly to Clear itinerary and press
ENTER.
Store for re-use
4. Enter the required name.
Up to 250 destinations can be stored for re-use
in different itineraries.
5. Scroll to Store (Store) and press ENTER.
An acoustic signal that notifies the driver of the
fact that the stored location is approaching,
and that further information can be linked with
the stored location, see page 51 - Add info
about stored location.
Save a location on the map
Delete intermediate destination in the
itinerary
1. Select one of the input intermediate destito access
nations and press ENTER or
the submenu.
2. Scroll to Clear and press ENTER.
Scroll menu
1. Scroll using the navigation button in
Scroll mode to the point to be stored, then
press ENTER.
NOTE
Intermediate destinations are automatically
deleted from the itinerary once they are
passed.
Itinerary
Saving a location from the itinerary
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2. Select Store location (Sore location) in
the Scroll menu and press ENTER.
1. Scroll using the navigation button to the
destination you want to store and press
ENTER or
to access the submenu.
3. Select the symbol to be displayed in the
map by pressing the navigation button,
then press ENTER.
2. Select Store and press ENTER.
4. Enter the required name.
3. Select the symbol to be displayed in the
map by pressing the navigation button,
then press ENTER.
5. Scroll to Store and press ENTER.
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Next destination in itinerary
2. Press ENTER again when more destinations are specified in order to obtain information and to view them on the map
image.
3. Scroll to Map (Map) and press ENTER to
view the map image of the area.
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Next destination
The map image displays the next destination.
1. Press ENTER or
to obtain information
on the destination, such as name, remaining journey time or distance from present
position to the destination, for example.
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03 Advanced user settings
Current position
Current position
GPS
Specifies the number of satellites the system is
in contact with.
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Current position
The map image shows the car's position.
±
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Press ENTER or
to obtain information
on the location, such as name and coordinates for example.
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Traffic information
Traffic information
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Settings
Traffic information
Irrespective of whether Easy or Advanced
user settings are selected, traffic information
transmitted is always received and presented.
For more information, see page 66.
NOTE
Traffic information is not available in all
areas/countries.
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03 Advanced user settings
Settings
Route options
Route
Avoid car train
Select a fast, short or simple route when calculating a route.
Indicate whether car trains are to be avoided
when calculating a route.
• Fast: As far as possible the system priori-
Avoid traffic problems
tises major roads with high speed limits.
• Short: As far as possible the system pri-
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oritises the nearest road.
• Easy: As far as possible the system prioritises roads that do not involve complicated
manoeuvres and junctions.
Settings
Route options
1. Scroll between the functions, select the
required setting and press ENTER to save
the settings.
2. Press BACK to cancel.
NOTE
When calculating a route, the system takes
into consideration the alternatives that the
driver has chosen to avoid to the greatest
possible extent. However, exceptions are
made if there is no other reasonable alternative available.
Avoid motorways
Indicate whether motorways are to be avoided
when calculating a route.
Avoid toll roads
Indicate whether toll roads are to be avoided
when calculating a route.
Avoid ferries
Indicate whether car ferries are to be avoided
when calculating a route.
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Indicate whether the system should give consideration to traffic problems when calculating
a route.
Avoid time-restr. roads
• Select Yes if you want the system to completely avoid time-restricted roads when
calculating a route.
•
Select No if the system is to give consideration to time-restricted roads when calculating a route.
The system uses the time in the car's clock to
determine whether a road should be avoided.
NOTE
If a time zone is crossed then the car's clock
must be adjusted.
Avoid specified areas
The function is for avoiding being guided
through special areas, cities or districts. The
system ignores the selected areas when calculating the route outline. The exception is
motorways which are used for calculating even
in an area selected to be avoided.
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Settings
In the same way, the marker field mode
can be changed under Adjust area
(Adjust area).
Map options
3. Select Set area to avoid and press
ENTER.
> The selected area is saved to a list in
which a number of areas can be stored
and activated when required.
Settings Route options Avoid
specified areas Selected
Select the area that the itinerary should avoid
by directly selecting on the map with a square
field.
1. Call up the map by clicking with
on
Selected, click with
on Map and then
ENTER on one of the options in the list
displayed.
> Scroll to the required area with the
marker field, then press ENTER.
2. To change the size: Select Adjust size
(Adjust size) and press ENTER.
> Change the shape of the marker field
using the navigation button so that it
covers the area to be avoided, then
press ENTER.
4. Agree to avoidance of the area with
ENTER on OK and a cross in the list.
> The system will then, as far as possible,
avoid this area in the itinerary.
The areas stored in the list can be adjusted in
terms of size and geographical location under
Edit, and they can be deleted permanently
from the list with Clear. A number of activated
areas can be deactivated simultaneously using
the None option.
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Settings
Map options
(Settings
Map options)
Select here what facilities are to be displayed
in the map and how the map is to appear on
screen.
Restore factory settings for Route options.
1. Select a function to be adjusted using the
navigation button.
±
2. Press ENTER to open the function.
Reset to default
Press
, select OK and press ENTER.
Facility selection
Press
to access the submenu's options.
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03 Advanced user settings
Settings
• Show all: All facilities symbols are shown
on the map image.
• Hide all: No symbols are shown.
• Show selected: Press to view all sym03
bols which can be shown on the map
image. Then select symbols as follows:
Right map view
Left map view
Select whether the map is to be displayed in
2D (from directly above) or 3D (obliquely from
above).
See the description in the previous section.
•
With the 3D option, the heading is always
upwards on the screen.
•
With the 2D Heading option, 2D is shown
with the heading upwards on the screen
and the 2D North option provides 2D with
compass direction North always upwards.
NOTE
If 3D is selected for the map on the right, the
map on the left can only display 2D.
Compass
Choose whether the compass is to be displayed on the screen.
Current location
Indicate whether the name of the street/road
on which the car is currently driving should be
shown at the bottom of the screen.
Reset to default
Restore factory settings for Map options.
1. Scroll through the symbols by pressing
or
.
2. Activate the required symbols with a cross
with
or
.
3. Press ENTER to save.
Map
Choose between the options Show and Hide.
If the map is hidden, the system guides with an
arrow.
±
Map options
, select OK and press ENTER.
Guiding options
Selection of elevation angle.
Settings
3D
Press
Map view
After the selection of 3D with
or
and
ENTER the control for the elevation angle is
displayed. Select the desired angle with
or
followed by ENTER and BACK.
Settings
Guiding options
Time/dist. to go
Select one of the alternatives RTA/ETA/Hide.
• RTA (Remaining Time to Arrival): Remaining time to arrival.
• ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival): Estimated
time of arrival.
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03 Advanced user settings
Settings
NOTE
•
The time set on the car's clock governs the
time set for ETA.
Facility warning
•
NOTE
Language
Be aware that the maximum permitted
speed may sometimes be changed and
thus deviate from the navigator's database.
Menu colour
Select Black, Chrome or Blue for the appear-
The driver is always responsible for following the traffic and speed regulations
in force.
Reset to default
Restore factory settings for Guiding options.
±
Safety camera.
The driver is alerted by means of an acoustic
signal and a symbol that a safety camera is
approaching. The symbol is orange if vehicle
speed exceeds the permitted limit - otherwise
it is white.
•
Select Yes to hear an acoustic warning
signal, or No if no signal is required.
Whether or not an area has safety cameras
marked on the map is regulated by legislation
in each respective country. For current information, see www.volvocars.com/navi.
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Press
, select OK and press ENTER.
System options
Settings
System options
1. Scroll between the functions using the
navigation button, then press ENTER to
save the settings.
2. Press BACK to cancel.
Sets language for menus, text and voice messages.
ance of the menus.
Map colour
Select Light 1, Light 2 or Dark.
The light colours are intended for daylight and
dark for night or in darkness.
Screen saver
Indicate whether the screen saver should be
used (the screen goes out 30 seconds after the
last keystroke).
Help
Indicate whether help texts should be displayed at bottom of the screen.
Distance Unit
Select the unit to be displayed for distance km or statute mile.
User settings
Guiding voice
Switch between Easy and Advanced mode.
Select the guiding voice you want as the setting: Female/Male1.
Date & time info
Guiding volume
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Select how the date and time are to be displayed.
Set the volume for voice messages.
Not applicable to the Netherlands. Instead there is the choice of language between Nederlands and Belgisch.
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03 Advanced user settings
Settings
GPS information
03
The car's position and height above sea level
(Altitude).
Press
to see coordinates and height above
sea level for the car's position, as well as the
number of satellites the system is in contact
with.
NOTE
Information on height is displayed in increments of 10 m. All heights below 50 m ASL
are displayed as <50 m.
About
Shows system and map information.
Reset to default
Restore factory settings for System options.
±
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Press
, select OK and press ENTER.
03 Advanced user settings
Simulation
Start demo (simulation)
Settings
Start demo
Demo demonstrates the system when the car
is stationary by simulating a journey to a specified destination.
03
It is also possible to make settings during the
demonstration.
Stop demo stops the simulation.
NOTE
A destination must be specified for the demonstration to work.
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Avoiding traffic problems........................................................................
Selecting information..............................................................................
Reading information................................................................................
Transmitters............................................................................................
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
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04 Traffic information
General
Display and reception
Traffic information that is transmitted is always
received and presented, irrespective of
whether Easy or Advanced user settings are
selected.
The settings for how traffic information should
be presented can only be changed in
Advanced mode, see page 42.
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The presentation of traffic information also
depends on how it is transmitted.
A symbol is shown in the upper left-hand corner of the map when there is at least one traffic
message along the itinerary's route. The traffic
problem can be scrolled forward using the
navigation button in order to see its position
and nature.
Traffic problems are marked with symbols,
lines and frames. These are coloured red or
yellow.
Red - Important information.
Yellow - General information.
NOTE
Traffic information is not available in all
areas/countries.
The transmission range for traffic information is being increased continuously.
Traffic symbols on the map
Accident
Slow traffic
Slow traffic in both directions
Stationary traffic
Area message
Other information
Symbol for traffic message.
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Extent
Certain traffic messages also contain information on the extent of the traffic obstruction.
On all scales up to 5 km the extent is marked
with a red or yellow line along the route affected. The length of the line is corresponds to the
extent (distance) of the traffic problem.
04 Traffic information
Avoiding traffic problems
Settings
Route options
In connection with entering a new itinerary in
the navigator: Select whether or not the system
should take consideration of traffic problems
when the Start guidance function is activated,
see page 53.
1. Set Avoid traffic problems.
2. Choose between Yes and No.
Yes
The system attempts as far as possible to
avoid roads with traffic problems when the itinerary is activated.
No
The system avoids no roads with traffic problems.
NOTE
When the system is started it can take up to
approx. 15 minutes before all traffic information for the area is loaded.
During the journey
Settings Traffic information
Dynamic route guidance
The On or Off options determine whether the
system should continuously search for a better
route outline and in which case to display it.
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Before guidance is started
On
The system proposes another route if there is
a better alternative, e.g. if a traffic message
states that there is a traffic problem on the
original itinerary.
Off
The system does not search for a better route
outline in the event of traffic problems.
Messages along the route
The On option is selected in the preceding
passage and a traffic problem arises along the
route outline.
If there is another road diverting past the problem then the screen shows the difference in
distance and driving time:
04
Changed traffic situation, New route?:
600 m longer, 00h 09m faster.
(Changed traffic situation. Use new route?:
600m longer, 00h 09m faster).
•
Select Yes or No.
Yes (Yes)
A new route is calculated - around and past the
problem.
No (No)
Guides up to and through the problem.
Show new route (Show new route)
Shows map with the new route highlighted.
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04 Traffic information
Selecting information
Traffic-info. selection
3. Activate and deactivate respectively using
or
.
Slippery road
4. Confirm the settings with ENTER.
Traffic signs on the map
Accident
Contraflow
04
Select the type of traffic information the system
should display and to be considered in the
event of calculating a route.
Settings Traffic information
info. selection
Traffic
Diversion
Information
Narrow road
Show all
All traffic information is available.
Parking
Hide all
No traffic information is displayed.
Show selected
1. Press
2. Select using
or
the traffic information symbols (traffic messages) the system
should show on the map.
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Congestion
to enable selection from symbols.
Roadwork
Other hazard
04 Traffic information
Reading information
Read traffic message
4. Press BACK to enable browsing between
current messages again.
The traffic messages relevant to the map area
are indicated on the screen.
Detailed information on the traffic problem is
also shown. The extent of the problem is
shown at the top. If the traffic problem is
located along the selected route then the distance to it is specified.
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Detailed traffic information.
Read traffic msg.
A traffic message is indicated by a symbol on
screen. To read a traffic message:
1. Press ENTER to call up the Quick menu:
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2.
Scroll to
using
or
, then
press ENTER, see page 42 and 43.
> Current messages are marked with a
red or yellow frame.
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If details are available, the following are also
displayed:
•
•
duration
•
roads affected.
04
restrictions on speed, vehicle width and
height
Scale
The scale of the map determines how great a
quantity of traffic information can be shown the larger the map area shown on the screen,
the more information is provided. For more
information, see page 32.
3. Browse forward or back using
or
and press ENTER for detailed traffic information (the illustration shows an example).
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04 Traffic information
Transmitters
Search/select station for traffic info
Settings
station
Traffic information
Search
The system automatically searches stations for
traffic information, but a specific station can
also be selected.
Search stations
±
04
Press ENTER to search for existing stations.
Select station
1. Press ENTER to select from among existing stations.
2. Select station using
ENTER.
or
and press
3. Press BACK to return to the previous
screen.
Current station
Shows the current station for traffic information.
Reset to default
Restore factory settings for station settings.
±
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Press
, select OK and press ENTER.
04 Traffic information
04
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Landmarks and road numbers................................................................ 74
Symbols for facilities............................................................................... 75
SYMBOLS ON THE MAP
05
05 Symbols on the map
Landmarks and road numbers
Landmarks
Many countries/cities have well known landmarks that can be used as target points.
When the map scale is set to 1 km or lower then
a selection of landmarks is shown e.g.
churches and castles.
NOTE
Landmarks are only available for Europe.
05
Road numbers
Local road numbers and international numbers
are shown on the map.
Mountain peaks
Mountain peaks shown on the map scale are
set at 5 km or lower (only applies to particular
areas).
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Facilities
Facilities
selection
Map options
Facility
Select facilities to be shown on map.
05 Symbols on the map
Symbols for facilities
Select whether all or no facilities should appear
on the map or specify which should be shown.
1. With Facility selection (Facility
selection) selected, press
- a menu
opens.
2. Select Show selected (Show selected)
and press
- a new menu opens.
3. Facilities marked with a cross are displayed on the map - scroll through the list
the symbols not to be
and uncheck the
displayed.
4. Finish with ENTER when all selections
have been made - exit the menus with
BACK.
NOTE
Facility symbols may vary between different
countries.
The following symbols for the different facilities
can be chosen to appear on the display screen.
Embassy
(Settings
selection)
Map options
Facility
Settings
selection
Map options
Facility
Pharmacy
Bathing beach
Bank
Petrol station
Library
Automobile club
Car hire
Car workshop
Cinema
Book store
05
Bowling
Fire brigade
Bus station
City centre
Court house
Airport
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05 Symbols on the map
Symbols for facilities
05
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Recreation area
Casino
Convention/exhibition centre
Recreation area
Dry cleaners
Night life/music club
Ferry terminal
Civic/community centre
Compressed natural gas
Liquid petroleum gas
Concert hall
Amusement park
Golf course
Art museum
Public sport airport
Sacred edifice
County council
Accident site
Historical monument
Grocery shop
Parking
Hotel
Doctor
Parking garage
Sports complex
Medical service
Park & ride
Industrial zone
Hamlet
Commuter train station
Ice skating
Monument
Guest house
Train station
Museum
Police station
Coffee shop
Authority
Post office
05 Symbols on the map
Symbols for facilities
Rest area
Tourist attraction
Restaurant
Tourist information
Town hall
Railway station
Shopping centre
University/college
Swimming baths
Vantage point
Hospital
Bank machine
Ski resort
Winery
School
Volvo dealer
Yacht harbour/Marina
Toll booth
City hall
Zoo
05
Major companies
Safety camera
Theatre/opera
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Frequently asked questions.................................................................... 80
EULA - License agreement..................................................................... 82
Copyright................................................................................................ 84
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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Frequently asked questions
The position of the car on the map is
wrong
The GPS system shows the position of the car
with an accuracy of about 20 metres.
There is a greater chance of error when driving
on roads lying parallel to another road, on
winding roads, on roads on several levels and
after driving a long distance without making
any distinctive turns.
High mountains, buildings, tunnels, viaducts,
over/underpasses etc. also have a negative
affect on the reception of GPS signals, which
means that accuracy in calculating the position
of the car may decrease.
The system does not always calculate
the fastest/shortest route
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When calculating a route, distance, width of
road, type of road, number of right or left turns,
roundabouts etc. are all taken into account in
order to produce the best theoretical route. A
more efficient selection of route may be possible based on experience and knowledge of the
area.
The system uses toll roads, motorways
and ferries even though I chose to avoid
them
For technical reasons, the system can only use
larger roads when calculating a route extending over a long distance.
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If No is selected for toll roads and motorways,
then they are avoided to the greatest possible
extent and are only used if there is no other
reasonable alternative available.
a number of kilometres including several significant turns.
The position of the car on the map is
incorrect after transportation
Factors such as the constant expansion and
rebuilding of the road network, new traffic regulations constantly being introduced etc. mean
that the digital map database is not always
complete. The information stored in the maps
is constantly being developed and updated.
Your Volvo Dealer can provide further information.
If the car is transported, for example by ferry or
train, or in such a way as to impede the reception of GPS signals, it can take up to 5 minutes
before the position of the car is correctly calculated.
The position of the car on the map is
incorrect after the car battery has been
disconnected
If power has been cut from the GPS antenna,
it can take more than 5 minutes for the GPS
signals to be received correctly and the position of the car to be calculated.
The car symbol on screen behaves erratically
after a tyre change
The map image does not correspond
with the real situation
See also www.volvocars.com/navi for further
information on maps etc.
The scale of the map sometimes
changes
There is no detailed map information in certain
areas. The system then automatically changes
the degree of magnification.
The expected menu option is missing
In addition to the GPS receiver, the car's speed
sensor and a gyro assist in calculating the current position and direction of travel of the car.
After fitting the spare wheel or changing from
summer to winter tyres the system needs to
"learn" the size of the new wheels.
Check the settings that have been made.
Select Reset to default for the function in
order to restore the original settings.
To achieve the optimum functionality of the
system it may therefore be necessary to drive
The system cannot find a good alternative to
the current route when I selected Calculate
new route or Diversion.
The system shows the route I am already
on
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The car symbol on screen jumps
forwards or spins
The system may need a few seconds to sense
the position and movement of the car before
driving off. Switch off both the system and the
engine. Start again, but remain stationary for a
while before starting to drive.
I'm going to make a long journey but do
not want to specify a special destination
to the cities I am thinking of travelling
through. How do I most easily create an
itinerary?
Specify the destination directly on the map
using the hairline cross. The system automatically guides you to the final destination even
though you are driving beside the intermediate
destinations.
Why do I not always receive traffic
messages?
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The function is not accessible, fully developed
or not available in all markets. Check also that
the correct settings are made under Route
options.
My map information is not up-to-date
Contact your Volvo Dealer regarding the
updating of map data.
See also www.volvocars.com/navi
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07 Alphabetical Index
1, 2, 3 ...
B
2D or 3D............................................... 39, 60
BACKSPACE............................................. 24
Battery
disconnection....................................... 80
remote control...................................... 24
A
Acoustic signal
camera.................................................. 61
stored location..................................... 51
Camera
acoustic signal...................................... 61
camera (Audible signal).............................. 61
Altitude differences
marking on map.................................... 74
Clear destination........................................ 38
Arrow keys................................................. 24
Audible signal
road camera......................................... 61
stored location...................................... 51
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C
Address
input................................................ 35, 48
Avoid
ferries....................................................
motorways............................................
specified areas.....................................
time-restr. roads...................................
toll roads...............................................
traffic problems.....................................
D
Default settings............................................ 9
Deleting in the itinerary.............................. 54
About
information about the map disc............ 62
07
Current position......................................... 56
Changes in the manual................................ 8
Compass............................................. 27, 60
Component location and functions C30.... 14
Component location and functions C70.... 20
Destination................................................. 53
last 20............................................. 37, 51
set................................................... 35, 48
Distance Unit....................................... 39, 60
Diversion
quick menu........................................... 43
Do not disturb - symbol............................. 24
DVD disc
care....................................................... 28
changing............................................... 28
Component location and functions S40.... 16
Component location and functions V50.... 18
58
58
58
58
58
58
Demo................................................... 10, 63
Component location and functions XC90.. 22
E
Controls..................................................... 24
Elevation angle in 3D................................. 60
Coordinates
search................................................... 52
ENTER....................................................... 24
Copyright................................................... 84
Enter an itinerary........................................ 53
07 Alphabetical Index
F
K
Facilities
quick menu........................................... 43
symbols................................................ 75
Keypad
location................................................. 24
Facility as destination.......................... 36, 49
Factory settings........................................... 9
L
Main unit S40
location................................................. 17
Main unit V50
location................................................. 19
Main unit XC90
location................................................. 23
G
Language............................................. 39, 61
GPS information........................................ 62
Latitude and longitude............................... 52
Map............................................................ 42
2D or 3D............................................... 60
colour on screen............................. 39, 61
orientation............................................. 60
point on................................................. 37
show/hide............................................. 60
Guidance
start................................................. 36, 49
License agreement.................................... 82
Map colour................................................. 39
Longitude and latitude............................... 52
Map disc
care....................................................... 28
changing............................................... 28
Landmarks................................................. 74
Last 20 destinations............................ 37, 51
Guiding options......................................... 60
Guiding voice............................................. 39
Guiding volume.......................................... 39
M
Main menu, Advanced............................... 42
I
Intermediate destination............................ 53
IR receiver and remote control.................. 24
Itinerary...................................................... 53
next destination.................................... 55
Main menu, Simple.................................... 32
Main unit
contents................................................ 28
Map image................................................. 27
Map mode................................................... 9
Map options............................................... 59
Map scale/Current route in Quick
menu.................................................... 32, 42
Main unit C30
location................................................. 15
Map scroll
advanced mode.................................... 44
simple mode......................................... 32
Main unit C70
location................................................. 21
Map view................................................... 39
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07 Alphabetical Index
Menu options......................................... 8, 46
Menu tree
advanced.............................................. 46
simple................................................... 34
Q
Quick menu................................................ 42
Scroll menu................................................ 44
advanced mode.................................... 44
simple mode......................................... 32
Mountain and altitude differences............. 74
R
N
Remote control and IR receiver................. 24
Navigation button...................................... 24
Reset to default................................... 59, 62
Next destination in itinerary....................... 55
Return trip.................................................. 51
Search
general..................................................
post code..............................................
via coordinates.....................................
via point on map...................................
Road numbers........................................... 74
Search paths described in the manual........ 8
Route options settings............................... 58
Set destination..................................... 35, 48
Route outline.............................................. 42
Set for surveill...................................... 42, 44
O
Remove destination................................... 38
P
25
49
52
51
Settings
route options........................................ 58
On/Off.......................................................... 9
07
Screen settings
colour on map....................................... 39
Language.............................................. 39
S
Safety camera............................................ 61
Point on map....................................... 37, 51
Save a location.......................................... 54
Post code
search................................................... 49
Scale/Current route in Quick menu..... 32, 42
Show destination....................................... 38
Simple user settings.................................. 32
Simulation.................................................. 63
Speakers............................ 15, 17, 19, 21, 23
Start guidance..................................... 36, 49
Screen
care....................................................... 28
Store a location.......................................... 54
Screen saver.............................................. 61
Stored location
acoustic signal..................................... 51
Stored locations......................................... 50
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07 Alphabetical Index
Switching between settings....................... 32
Symbols
facilities................................................. 75
System options.......................................... 61
System settings........................................... 9
T
Traffic information...................................... 32
quick menu........................................... 43
Transporting the car.................................. 80
U
User mode
switch between............................... 10, 39
V
07
Voice guidance
quick menu..................................... 32, 42
Voice messages......................................... 27
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Notes
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VOLVO C30, S40, V50, C70 & XC90
ROAD AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (RTI)
OPERATING MANUAL
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