Rino® 520/530 No matter what you run into out there, help is always close at hand with these 2-way radio with GPS lets you “buddy up” from 14 miles away. new 500-series Rino® radios. Combining powerful two-way transceivers with GPS navigation and color mapping, these feature-packed Rino (Radio Integrated with Navigation for the Outdoors) units keep you on track and in touch with your fellow adventurers. With Garmin’s patented position-reporting capability, the Rino 520 packs 5 watts of transmit power for a range of up to 14 miles. For hikers and climbers, the equally powerful Rino 530 adds an electronic compass and barometric altimeter plus a NOAA weather receiver to the mix. Rino® 520/530 Radio features Channels: TX Power: Squelch codes: Range: Modes: Call tones: VOX: Other features: 15 GMRS channels*, 7 FRS channels, 8 GMRS repeater (USA only) FRS = 0.5w GMRS = 0.5w, 2w, 5w (USA) 0.5w, 2w (CAN) 38 Up to 2 miles on FRS channels; Up to 14 miles on GMRS Channel scan with programmable scan list; channel monitor 10 call and ring tones, 4 roger tones External Voice Activation with sensitivity selection Alarm, calculator, calendar, clock, lap timer, stopwatch, games Location reporting features User ID: 10-character name with graphic symbol Location sending: One button press with Call or Talk button** Location receiving: Automatic; keep track of up to 50 Rino contacts; allows user to poll other user's position Contact GoTo: Navigation data automatically updated to contact’s latest location ® Lets you retrace the path of up to Contact TracBack : 20 contacts Contact Quick View: Lets you quickly center all contact locations on map Contact Assembly: Lets you and your contacts send and navigate to a common destination Proximity alarm: Alerts you if contact moves out of a specified distance radius or if you are within a specified distance of a waypoint Navigation features Waypoints/icons: 500 autoroute waypoints 500 with name, graphic symbol and notes Routes: 50 reversible Tracks: 10,000 track points. Automatic track log; 20 saved tracks let you retrace your path in both directions Trip computer: Current speed, average speed, time of sunrise/sunset, resettable maximum speed, trip timer, trip distance, electronic compass (530 only) and barometric altimeter (530 only) Tables: Built-in celestial tables for best times to fish and hunt, sun and moon rise/set based on date and location Map datums: More than 100 Position format: Lat/Lon, UTM/UPS, Maidenhead, MGRS, Loran TDs and other grids, Light Autorouting Basemap included GPS performance Receiver: Acquisition times: Warm: Cold: AutoLocate™: WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver continuously tracks and uses up to 12 satellites to compute and update your position Update rate: 1/second, continuous GPS accuracy: Position: < 15 meters, 95% typical*** Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state DGPS (USCG) accuracy: Position: 3-5 meters, 95% typical Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state DGPS (WAAS) accuracy: Position: < 3 meters, 95% typical*** Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state Dynamics: 6g’s Interfaces: USB RS232 serial interface requires optional accessory cable 010-10572-00 Antenna: Quad-helix Power Source: Battery life: Physical Size: Weight: Display: Case: Temperature range: User data storage: Rev 0805 yes yes detailed basemap accepts 56 MB data from a variety of MapSource CDs 5.1"H x 2.3"W x 1.8"D; 7.5"H with antenna (13 x 5.8 x 4.6 cm; 19 cm with antenna) 10.3 ounces (294 g) with Li-Ion battery pack; 6.2 ounces (175g) without battery 1.7"H x 1.3"W 176 x 220 pixels, 256-color transflective TFT Waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX7 standards -4º to 140º F (-20º to 60º C) Indefinite, no memory battery required Barometric altimeter feature Accuracy: 10 feet with proper calibration (user and/or automatic calibration) Resolution: 1 foot Range: –2,000 to 30,000 feet Elevation computer: Current elevation, resettable minimum and maximum elevation, ascent/descent rate, total ascent/descent, average and maximum ascent/descent rate Pressure: Local pressure (mbar/inches HG), 48-hour automatic pressure trend recording Accessories Standard: Optional: Here’s how the units are different voice scrambler vibration alert database or map MapSource® High capacity 8.4v 2400 mAh Li-Ion Battery Pack 18 hours typical with Alkaline battery pack, 16 hours typical with Li-Ion pack Select a destination on the map page, and Rino will automatically draw a straight line from your position. Electronic compass feature Accuracy: ±5º (average) Resolution: 1 degree Approximately 15 seconds Approximately 45 seconds Approximately 5 minutes Rino 520 Rino’s selectable channel and squelch codes let you talk to your buddies without interference from other radio users. Rino 530 yes yes detailed basemap accepts 56 MB of downloaded map detail from a variety of MapSource CDs, electronic compass, barometric altimeter, weather receiver PC/USB interface cable User’s guide Quick start guide Lithium-Ion battery pack Lithium-Ion charger AC adapter Belt clip Wrist strap Automotive mount Handlebar mount Carrying case 2.5 to 3.5 mm jack adapter Earbud with push-to-talk microphone Flexible ear receiver Headset with boom mic Alkaline battery pack Replacement Lithium-Ion battery pack PC interface cable (serial) Vehicle power cable Neck lanyard MapSource® CD-ROMs M01-10200-00 Tell Rino to “GoTo” a waypoint or location, and the navigation page will point you there with a graphic compass display. ©2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. 913/397.8200 fax 913/397.8282 Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle Abbey Park Industrial Estate Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. 44/1794.519944 fax 44/1794.519222 Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Rd. Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan 886/2.2642.9199 fax 886/2.2642.9099 www.garmin.com Specifications are preliminary and subject to change without notice. *Using GMRS requires FCC license in the United States. No license is required in Canada. **Location sending/receiving is available on both FRS and GMRS channels in the US and Canada. The minimum time between updates is 30 seconds (as specified by FCC), except when responding to a polling request *** Subject to accuracy degradation to 100m 2DRMS under the U.S. Department of Defense Selective Availability Program.