Mobile Navigation

Mobile Nav igation

TravelPilot 300

www.blaupunkt.com

Operating and installation instructions

(Long version)

Device overview

Device overview

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Display (touchscreen)

: Simple and intuitive operation by touching the buttons on the display.

2

VOL -

: Decreases the volume

3

On/Off switch

:

Long press (longer than 3 seconds):

Switches the device on or off.

Short press: Opens the main menu.

4

VOL +

: Increases the volume

5

Socket for TMC antenna

6

Socket for headphones

7

Memory card slot

8

Socket for power supply (battery charger or charger cable for the cigarette lighter)

9

Battery compartment cover

:

Light sensor for automatic switching of day and night display (top side)

;

Socket for additional external GPS antenna

(internal GPS antenna is present)

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USB port for data transfer

=

Serial port

(for future expansions)

Device overview

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Contents

Device overview ..................................2

Safety notes ........................................7

Warning symbols used ...........................7

Use as directed .....................................7

Road safety ..........................................7

General safety notes ..............................7

Notes about handling the CD/DVD ...........8

Cleaning notes ......................................8

Disposal notes ......................................8

First use ..............................................8

Scope of delivery ..................................8

Protective screen fi lm ............................8

Charging the battery ..............................8

Switching on the device..........................9

Setting the language ..............................9

Installation in the vehicle .....................9

Attaching the suction cup holder .............9

Attaching the mounting cup ....................9

Inserting the device in the mounting cup .............................10

Removing the device ............................10

Removing the suction cup holder ...........10

Switching on/off ................................10

Switch-on ..........................................10

Switch-off ..........................................10

Reset .................................................10

Operating the menus .........................11

Main menu .........................................11

Buttons ..............................................11

Keyboard ...........................................11

Intelligent auto-completion function ....11

Error-tolerant entry ..........................11

Lists ..................................................11

Information about GPS .......................12

GPS mode of operation ........................12

Displaying GPS info .............................12

Performing basic settings ..................13

Setting the time zone ..........................13

Entering the home address ...................13

Activating the PIN query .......................13

Confi guring the PIN query ..................14

Locking/unlocking the device .............14

Changing the PIN .............................14

Navigation ........................................15

Starting the navigation .........................15

Destination entry...............................15

Entering an address .............................15

Using the home address as destination ...16

Copying a destination from the favourites ..............................16

Copying one of the last destinations .......16

Entering coordinates ............................16

Copying a destination from the map .......16

Points of interest ...............................17

User-POIs ...........................................17

Selecting a point of interest at a specifi c location................................17

Selecting a point of interest nearby, in the destination area or at home ..........17

Selecting a point of interest on the map ..17

Selecting a supraregional point of interest ..................................18

Tour planning ....................................18

Entering the tour .................................18

Editing a tour ......................................18

Loading a tour from the favourites ..........19

Starting route guidance from here ..........19

Calculating the route from here ..............19

Additional functions after the tour planning .................................19

Exiting the tour planning .......................19

Additional functions after the destination entry .........................20

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Demo ................................................20

Starting the demo ...............................20

Demo settings .....................................20

Storing the position ...........................21

Managing destinations .......................21

Saving destinations .............................21

Storing a destination entered .............21

Saving one of the last destinations ......21

Renaming a destination

(favourites only) ..................................22

Deleting a destination ..........................22

Delete all destinations ..........................22

Calculating a route .............................23

Starting the route calculation ................23

Additional functions after the route calculation ............................23

Specifying route options ....................23

Route guidance..................................24

Start route guidance ............................24

Reaching the place of destination ..........25

Quitting the route guidance ...................25

Off-road route guidance .......................25

Disturbed GPS reception ......................25

Working with the map ........................26

Showing a Map ...................................26

Moving and scaling the map ..................26

Touching the map ................................26

Buttons ..............................................26

Performing map settings ......................26

Voice output during route guidance.....27

Map display during route guidance......28

Navigation tools ..................................28

Route information ...............................28

Speed limit .........................................28

Contents

Additional functions during the route guidance ...........................................29

Entering a blocking ..............................29

Cancelling route guidance .....................29

Skipping the next destination ................29

Display information about the destination ....................................29

Display route list .................................30

TMC function .....................................30

Establishing TMC reception ..................30

Connecting the TMC antenna .............30

Searching for TMC stations ................30

Showing traffi c reports ........................31

Switch on automatic traffi c jam detours ..31

Traffi c obstructions on the map display ...31

Bluetooth function .............................31

Starting the Bluetooth application ..........31

Registering the devices ........................31

Calling ...............................................32

Making a call ....................................32

Selecting stored phone numbers ........32

Deleting stored phone numbers ..........32

Answering or rejecting a call ..............32

Using the phone book ..........................32

Audio transmission ..............................33

Performing Bluetooth settings ...............33

Activating/deactivating the Bluetooth function ......................33

Switching visibility on/off ..................33

Paired devices .................................33

Search for devices ............................34

Ringtone .........................................34

Establishing the connection automatically ...................................34

Resetting Bluetooth ..........................34

Automatic call answering ...................34

Loading the phone book ....................35

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Contents

Infotainment .....................................35

Starting Infotainment ...........................35

Playing music fi les ...............................35

Random playback (Mix) .....................36

Repeated playback (Repeat) ..............36

Displaying ID3 tags ...........................36

Calling the music list (Browse) ...........36

Equaliser ........................................36

Showing image fi les .............................36

Slide show ......................................37

Displaying path of fi le name ...............37

Rotating an image.............................37

Calling the image list (Browse) ...........37

Playing video fi les ................................37

Using the phrase book .........................38

Voice recorder ....................................38

Playing recordings ............................38

Editing recordings ............................38

Blocking recordings ..........................38

Games ...............................................39

Data transfer .....................................39

Inserting and removing the memory card .................................39

Copying data to the memory card ..........39

Using road maps from memory card .......40

Using media fi les from the memory card ...40

Settings ............................................41

Performing settings for the navigation ....41

Home address .................................41

Continuing the tour automatically .......41

Selecting a dataset ...........................41

POI note .........................................41

Voice instructions.............................41

Units ..............................................41

Performing device settings ...................42

Display ...........................................42

Button sound ...................................42

Language ........................................42

Time...............................................42

Saving energy ..................................42

Theft protection ...............................43

Factory settings and USB interface .....43

Calibrating the touchscreen ...............43

Product information .........................43

Sound ............................................43

Demo mode ....................................43

Software ...........................................44

Reinstalling navigation software ............44

Updating the navigation software ...........44

Service .............................................44

Warranty ...........................................44

Technical data ...................................44

Troubleshooting table ........................45

FCC Information (only USA) ...............47

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Safety notes

Safety notes

For your personal benefi t, carefully read the following safety notes before operating the device for the fi rst time.

Warning symbols used

In the chapters, warning symbols refer to important notes for you and the device.

DANGER!

Warns about injuries or life-threatening danger

DANGER!

Warns about accidents

Use as directed

The device is designed for mobile use in vehicles.

Special information about the navigation of trucks, busses and campers, such as altitude and width limitations or maximum permissible road load, is

not

included in the navigation data!

Navigation off the roads (off-road route guidance) is not possible with this navigation device.

Road safety

The navigation device does not release you from your responsibility as a driver for correct and prudent behaviour in traffi c. Always observe the applicable traffi c rules.

Use your device in such a way that you can always safely control your vehicle. If in doubt, stop and operate the device while the vehicle is standing.

General safety notes

Observe the following notes to protect the device against defects and yourself against injuries and life-threatening dangers from an ignition or explosion:

Protect the device against moisture

since it is not waterproof and not splashproof.

Do not modify or open the device.

Otherwise, it could be damaged and then ignite or explode. Or acidic, fl ammable liquid could run out of the battery.

Do not expose the device to very low (below

-20 °C) and very high temperatures (above

60 °C)

, e.g. close to fi re, heating devices or in a parked car with direct exposure to the sun.

Moisture could form inside the device or the device could overheat. The device or battery could deform and even ignite or explode. Or acidic, fl ammable liquid could run out of the battery.

If battery liquid comes into contact

with your eyes or skin, immediately fl ush with water and consult a doctor.

Remove the device from the power supply when you park your vehicle

since it continues to use battery power and could deplete the vehicle battery. Do not unplug the connector of the power supply by pulling on the wire. The wire could be damaged and cause electrical shock.

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Safety notes | First use

Notes about handling the CD/DVD

The device is supplied with a CD/DVD that contains navigation software and map material. To protect the CD/DVD against dirt and damage, observe the following notes:

Store the CD/DVD in its case. Hold the

CD/DVD only at the edge.

Do not expose the CD/DVD and the case to direct sunlight.

Use only a clean CD/DVD. If necessary, clean the CD/DVD with a soft, lint-free cloth from inside to outside.

Never clean the CD/DVD in a circular motion.

Do not use any solvents, including on the printed side of the CD/DVD.

Cleaning notes

Clean the display with a dry, soft cloth.

Water and other liquids could damage the display.

Do not use strong detergents for cleaning the housing. Use only a moistened, lintfree cloth.

Disposal notes

Use the return and collection systems available to dispose of the old device.

Do not discard any batteries in the household trash; instead, return them to the corresponding collection sites.

First use

Scope of delivery

The scope of delivery contains the following components:

Navigation device

Suction cup bracket

Charger cable for cigarette lighter

TMC line antenna

Operating instructions (Short version)

Backup DVD

Note:

We recommend the use of original Blaupunkt accessories (www.blaupunkt.com).

Protective screen fi lm

Prior to the initial use,

carefully

remove the protective fi lm from the display.

Charging the battery

Upon purchasing the navigation device, the battery could be discharged. Please charge the battery before using the device.

CAUTION!

Unapproved chargers could damage batteries

Use only the original chargers from Blaupunkt for operating and charging to correctly charge the battery and protect it against overvoltage.

Depending on the type of use, you can operate the device up to 5 hours with the built-in battery. The charging time is approx. 6 hours. The charge state indicator is located on the top display bar:

The device is supplied by an external power source.

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The device is supplied by its internal battery. The charge state of the battery is suffi cient.

The device is supplied by its internal battery. The charge state of the battery is low.

If the charge state of the battery becomes weak, the navigation device warns you about it.

Connect the battery charger or the charger cable for the cigarette lighter to the charging socket.

Note:

The battery is equipped with a protection against overheating from excessive current fl ow. The protection prevents charging the battery starting at an ambient temperature above 45 °C.

Switching on the device

First use | Installation in the vehicle

Select your preferred language in the dialogue menu.

Please follow the instructions.

The language is loaded and the main menu is displayed.

Installation in the vehicle

For temporary installation in a vehicle, the navigation device features a holder to attach it to the windshield.

DANGER!

The installation at an unsuitable location can cause accidents

Install the navigation device so that it does not block your view and does not distract from the traffi c.

Do not install the device in the airbag deployment area.

Ensure that the device does not pose a threat to passengers in the vehicle in case of emergency braking.

Press and hold the

On/Off switch

for longer than 3 seconds.

Setting the language

The device uses English as the standard language for the menus and voice output. When you switch on the device for the fi rst time, a dialogue menu appears in which you can select another language:

Attaching the suction cup holder

Locate a suitable place inside the vehicle for the installation.

To ensure a perfect hold, the glass must be free of dust and oil. If necessary, clean the glass using a lens cleaning tissue.

Press the suction cup of the holder against the windshield.

Push the lever on the support towards the glass.

Attaching the mounting cup

The suction cup holder features two mounts for the mounting cup.

Push the mounting cup onto the mount until it engages.

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Installation in the vehicle | Switching on/off

Switching on/off

The

On/Off switch

is used to switch the device on and off and to open the main menu.

Switch-on

Press and hold the

On/Off switch

for longer than 3 seconds.

Inserting the device in the mounting cup

The device features 2 recesses on the underside and one recess on the rear side for the mounting cup.

Place the device onto mounting cup with the underside fi rst and push it to the back.

The clamping holder of the mounting cup must engage in the rear side of the housing with a click.

Align the bracket.

Removing the device

Push the clamping holder down.

The device disengages from the bracket.

Remove the device.

Removing the suction cup holder

If you change vehicles, you can simply remove the support.

Push the lever on the support away from the glass.

Carefully loosen the suction cup at the edge from the glass so that air can enter between suction cup and glass.

Carefully pull the suction cup off of the glass.

Switch-off

Press and hold the

On/Off switch

for longer than 3 seconds.

The device is fi rst placed in idle state and remains ready for operation. All functions will be completely switched off after 20 minutes.

Note:

The device continues to use a small amount of energy even if it is switched off. If you use the device again after an extended period of time, it may be necessary to recharge the battery.

Reset

If the device does not work properly, a simple reset may help.

Press and hold the than 14 seconds.

On/Off switch

for longer

The device is switched off and restarted.

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Operating the menus

Operating the menus

Main menu

The main menu provides access to the navigation and the settings.

Briefl y press the

On/Off switch

main menu from any other menu.

to reach the

Call up character keyboard

Call up error-tolerant entry

Intelligent auto-completion function

During the entry, the device auto-completes characters as far as possible and offers only those characters on the keyboard that are logically possible.

Error-tolerant entry

The error-tolerant entry helps if you do not know the exact spelling of a city. After your entry, a list with city names spelled in a similar way appears.

Touch the symbol in the text entry.

The error-tolerant entry is displayed.

Enter a city name and touch

OK

.

A list with alternate city names is displayed.

Buttons

Touch this button to return to the previous menu.

Touch this button to change to the next page in the menu.

Touch this button to obtain access to additional functions.

OK:

Touch this button to confi rm an entry or a setting.

Keyboard

If text entries are required (e.g. for the destination entry), a virtual keyboard appears on the display.

You can perform all entries using your fi nger. Only capital letters can be entered.

These buttons are located on the keyboard:

Lists

You can frequently display lists form which you can select an entry (e.g. a destination). For example, if you do not enter the complete name of a location, a list with possible results is displayed.

To display a list with additional matching entries, touch the

List

button. Longer lists require a longer loading time.

Touch one of the buttons to scroll through the list.

Touch an entry directly to accept it.

Touch the

Expand

button to display abbreviated entries in their entirety.

Delete last character

Entering blank spaces

Call up alternate character keyboard (incl. special characters, umlauts)

Call up numeric keypad, e.g. to enter the house number

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Information about GPS

Information about GPS

The GPS (Global Positioning System) allows worldwide navigation and locating via satellites to determine a position.

GPS mode of operation

The navigation device measures the current position of your vehicle via GPS and compares these coordinates with its map material. The map material contains the geographic coordinates of points of interest, streets and cities that you can view on the display of the navigation device. The device uses this information to calculate the route to the destination you entered.

Displaying GPS info

Information about the GPS reception of the device, your current position and your speed can be found in the

GPS Info

menu.

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The map is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

Touch the button.

The display shows the second page of the menu.

Touch the symbol.

The

GPS Info

menu is displayed.

This menu contains this information:

Latitude/Longitude

: Current position in longitude and latitude

Altitude

: Current height above mean sea level

Speed

: Indicates the current speed of the vehicle

Heading

: Driving direction (reliable information after approx. 5 km/h)

Satellites

: Number of GPS satellites received.

GPS Signal Quality

: Signal strength of the visible GPS satellites. The navigation requires signals from at least 3 satellites.

Note:

External infl uences can interfere with the view to the sky and, therefore, the GPS reception of the navigation device. For this purpose, please read the chapter "Route guidance",

"Disturbed GPS reception".

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Performing basic settings

Performing basic settings

Before starting a route guidance, perform these basic settings:

Set the time zone of your position so that the correct arrival times are displayed during the navigation.

You should enter your home address to quickly navigate home from any location.

Activate the PIN query to lock out unauthorised persons from using the device.

Touch the symbol to toggle between

24-hour and 12-hour display.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) daylight savings time.

Note:

If the time is changed at your position or if you drive into a different time zone, you must adjust the settings.

Touch the button to exit the menu again.

Setting the time zone

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The

Settings

menu is displayed.

Entering the home address

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The map is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Time

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

A list with available time zones is displayed.

Touch the time zone in the list that applies to your location.

Note:

The selection is facilitated by the display of the capitols in the respective time zone.

"GMT" stands for Greenwich Mean Time, the mean solar time at the Greenwich meridian without considering daylight savings time.

Touch the

OK

button.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Destination Input

menu is displayed.

Enter the address as described in the chapter

"Destination entry", "Entering an address".

Touch the

OK

button.

The home address is saved.

Activating the PIN query

The PIN query allows you to lock out unauthorised persons from using the device. Hence, every time you switch on the device, the PIN (Personal Identity Code) you confi gured for yourself is requested.

The PIN can be changed at any time. If you should forget the PIN, you can unblock the device again with the PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) which you defi ne yourself. The PUK cannot be changed.

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Performing basic settings

Note:

During the PIN entry, you have only 3 attempts to enter the correct PIN or subsequently 3 attempts to enter the correct PUK. If you enter an incorrect PUK for the 3rd time, your device is permanently blocked and the device must be returned via the Blaupunkt service.

Confi guring the PIN query

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The

Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Anti-Theft Protection

menu is displayed.

Touch the

Touch the

Protection Setup

OK

button.

button.

The PIN query is displayed.

Follow the instructions and enter a selfselected PIN.

Touch the

OK

button.

The initial confi guration of the PIN is followed by a request to enter a PUK. The PUK is used to unlock the device if you should forget the PIN.

Follow the instructions and enter a selfselected PUK.

Touch the

OK

button.

To secure your PUK:

Register under http://puk.blaupunkt.com and follow the instructions.

Locking/unlocking the device

Prerequisite:

You confi gured the PIN query.

In the

Anti Theft Protection

Protection Setup

button to lock the device

(check mark) or to unlock it (no check mark).

The PIN query is displayed.

Enter your PIN.

Touch the

OK

button.

menu, touch the

Changing the PIN

In the

Anti Theft Protection

menu, touch the

Change PIN Code

button.

The PIN query is displayed.

Follow the instructions and enter a new selfselected PIN.

Touch the

OK

button.

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Navigation | Destination entry

Navigation

The navigation device does not release you from your responsibility as a driver for correct and prudent behaviour in traffi c.

Destination entry

In the destination entry, you can enter an address, select a destination from memory, or select a point of interest.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

DANGER!

Distraction from the traffi c can cause accidents

Do not operate the device while driving.

View the display only during safe traffi c situations.

Notes:

Routes are best planned before starting your trip.

Perform the basic settings fi rst.

Starting the navigation

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The map is displayed.

From the map, you can directly change to the navigation menu or to the map settings

(ch. "Working with the map").

Touch the symbol in the

Navigation

menu.

The

Destination Input

menu is displayed.

Note:

You can only select places of destination

(countries, cities, streets, house numbers, points of interest) that are contained in the map material.

Entering an address

Touch the symbol.

For the initial destination entry, a list with countries is displayed.

Select your destination country.

The

Destination

menu is displayed.

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Destination entry

Note:

You do not have to repeat entering the country, city and street information every time. Only if your destination is at a different location than the previous one will you have to re-enter the destination address.

Touch the symbol to select a different country.

Copying a destination from the favourites

Touch the symbol.

The

Favourites

menu is displayed.

Touch the desired destination.

The address of the destination is displayed.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

- or -

Touch the symbol and enter the city or postal code.

Touch the symbol and enter the part of town.

Copying one of the last destinations

Touch the symbol.

The

Last destinations

menu is displayed.

Touch the desired destination.

The address of the destination is displayed.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Touch the symbol and enter the street.

Touch the symbol and enter the house number.

- or -

Touch the symbol and enter the street that intersects the previously entered street.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button to start the route guidance.

The route is calculated and the route guidance started.

Note:

After the destination entry, you can start the route guidance or store the destination. For further details, read the chapter "Additional functions after the destination entry".

Entering coordinates

Touch the button.

The display shows the second page of the menu.

Touch the symbol.

The

Destination Coordinates

menu displays.

Touch the symbol and enter the latitude.

Touch the symbol and enter the longitude.

Always select the cardinal point fi rst and then enter the values with the corresponding units.

Touch the

OK

button.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Using the home address as destination

If your home address is saved, you can quickly navigate home from any location. The stored address can be viewed in the settings and changed, if necessary (ch. "Settings").

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

Copying a destination from the map

Touch the button.

The display shows the second page of the menu.

Touch the symbol.

The map is displayed.

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Move and scale the map as described in the chapter "Working with the map".

Touch a location of your choice.

The city is selected and its name appears in the lower display bar.

Touch the

OK

button.

The coordinates to the selected location are displayed.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Destination entry | Points of interest

Touch one of the symbols to select a point of interest category.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter the name of the point of interest.

- or -

Touch the

List

button.

A result list is displayed.

Touch an entry of your choice.

The address of the destination is displayed.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Points of interest

Points of interest (POI) are specifi c locations, such as parking facilities and petrol stations, that are stored in the map material.

Touch the symbol in the

Destination

Input

menu.

The

Points of Interest

menu is displayed.

User-POIs

Besides petrol stations & companies, the points of interest also provide the

User-POIs

category. This allows you to expand the navigation using individual points of interest, e.g. to add the addresses of friends or your favourite restaurant.

The enclosed CD/DVD contains an installation programme with instructions to create your own

POI lists at computer or to load existing POI lists.

Selecting a point of interest at a specifi c location

In the

Points Of Interest

menu, touch the symbol.

The

Points Of Interest In Town

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to select a different country.

Touch the symbol to enter a different city.

Touch the

OK

button.

The

Town District

menu is displayed.

For large cities, enter the part of the city.

Selecting a point of interest nearby, in the destination area or at home

In the

Points Of Interest

menu, touch the symbol to select a point of interest nearby.

- or -

In the

Points Of Interest

menu, touch the symbol to select a point of interest in the destination area.

Note:

The destination to which you started a route guidance last is taken as the destination area.

- or -

In the

Points Of Interest

menu, touch the symbol to select a point of interest at the home address.

Select the point of interest category.

Select the point of interest.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Selecting a point of interest on the map

In the

Points Of Interest

menu, touch the symbol.

The map is displayed.

Move and scale the map as described in the chapter "Working with the map".

Touch a location of your choice.

The city is selected and its name appears in the lower display bar.

Touch the

OK

button.

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Points of interest | Tour planning

Select the point of interest category.

Select the point of interest.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Selecting a supraregional point of interest

If a point of interest cannot be precisely assigned to a location, e.g. an airport, a motorways exit and a mountain pass, you can enter it as a supraregional point of interest.

In the

Points Of Interest

the symbol.

menu, touch

The

Supra-Regional

menu is displayed.

Touch the

Select Country

button to select a different country.

Touch one of the symbols offered to select a point of interest category.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter the name of the point of interest.

- or -

Touch the

List

button.

A result list is displayed.

Touch an entry of your choice.

The address of the destination is displayed.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

Tour planning

The tour planning allows you to enter a tour with several interim destinations and to store it, for example, for the demo (ch. "Demo"). The start position is always the current position.

Touch the symbol in the

Input

menu.

Destination

The

Tour Planning

menu is displayed.

Entering the tour

In the

Tour Planning

menu, touch the

Add

Destination

button.

Enter a destination as described in the chapter "Destination entry".

Note:

You can load already stored tours from

Last destinations

or

Favourites

and add additional destinations.

Touch the

OK

button.

Repeat the steps to enter additional destinations.

Note:

You can enter a tour with up to 10 destinations.

Editing a tour

Touch a destination in the tour list.

The address is displayed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol to move the destination.

The

Move Destination

menu displays.

Touch the buttons to move the destination up or down in the tour list.

Touch the

OK

button.

Touch the symbol to delete the destination.

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Tour planning

Loading a tour from the favourites

From the favourites, you can copy a destination for the tour planning or load a stored tour and then edit it.

Prerequisite:

You opened the

Favourites

menu as described in the chapter "Destination entry", "Copying a destination from the favourites".

In the

Favourites

menu, select a stored tour or a destination.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The tour list with the destinations is displayed.

Touch the

Add Destination

button to enter additional destinations.

Starting route guidance from here

Destinations in the tour list can be skipped for the route guidance. Example: You want to interrupt the tour and continue it at a later time:

Touch a destination in the tour list.

The address is displayed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The route is calculated starting with the current position and the route guidance starts to the next interim destination.

Additional functions after the tour planning

Prerequisite:

You opened the tour list.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

You have now the following options:

Starting the route guidance (ch.

"Route guidance")

Calculating a route (ch. "Calculating a route")

Storing the tour in the favourites

(ch. "Managing destinations")

Delete a tour

Displaying a tour on the map

(ch. "Working with the map")

Exiting the tour planning

Touch this button to exit the menu.

Store the tour in the favourites or delete it.

Calculating the route from here

If you want to calculate the route to a specifi c interim destination in order to learn about distance and travel time:

Touch a destination in the tour list.

The address is displayed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The route is calculated starting with the current position.

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Additional functions after the destination entry | Demo

Additional functions after the destination entry

Prerequisite:

You entered a destination as described in the chapter "Destination entry".

- or -

You entered a point of interest as described in the chapter "Points of interest".

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

You have now the following options:

"Specifying route options")

Calculating a route (ch. "Calculating a route")

Saving a destination as favourite

(ch. "Managing destinations")

Displaying a destination on the map (ch. "Working with the map")

Favourites only:

Deleting a destination (ch. "Managing destinations")

Demo

Conveniently plan your vacation trip at home and gain an overview of the route and travel time

– even without GPS reception.

Starting the demo

Entering the demo consists of the start position, which may be different from your current position, and the destination. If you want to use the demo to travel a tour with interim destinations, specify the start position and select a stored tour as the destination (ch. "Tour planning").

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

The

Demo

menu is displayed.

Touch the upper fi eld and enter the start position.

Touch the lower fi eld and enter the destination.

Enter the start position and the destination for the demo as it is done in the destination entry.

Touch the

Start Demo

button to travel the route.

You have access to the same functions as during a route guidance. (Ch. "Additional functions during the route guidance")

Favourites only:

Renaming a destination (ch. "Managing destinations")

Favourites only:

Planning a tour with the selected destination

(ch. "Tour planning")

Note:

The range of functions varies depending on whether you entered a destination or selected one from memory.

Demo settings

You can specify whether the route should be travelled once or endlessly during the demo.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol to change between single demo and endless demo.

The endless loop in the symbol indicates that the endless demo is activated.

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Storing the position | Managing destinations

Storing the position

You can store your current position and later use it as a destination.

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

The

Position Information

menu is displayed.

Managing destinations

Two lists are available in which individual destinations are saved:

In the

Favourites

In the

Last Destinations

list

Destinations from the

Favourites

can be renamed.

You can delete individual destinations from both lists.

This menu contains this information:

The address of the current location, if it is contained in the map material

Latitude/Longitude

: Current position in longitude and latitude

Altitude

: Current height above mean sea –

– level

The compass: Driving direction (reliable information after approx. 5 km/h)

Touch the

Save As Destination

button.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter a name for the destination and confi rm with

OK

.

The destination is stored under the name entered in the

Favourites

menu.

Saving destinations

All destinations to which you start a route calculation (ch. "Calculating a route") are automatically stored in the

Last destinations

. The last 20 destinations are stored.

Every destination entered and the destinations of the

Last destinations

list can by permanently stored in the

Favourites

. This is particularly useful if you want to approach this destination repeatedly.

Storing a destination entered

Prerequisite:

You entered a destination as described in the chapter "Destination entry".

In the

Destination

menu, touch the button to call up the add-on menu.

Touch the symbol.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter a name for the destination and touch

OK

.

The destination is stored in the

Favourites

under the name entered.

Saving one of the last destinations

Prerequisite:

You opened the

Last destinations

list as described in the chapter "Destination entry",

"Copying one of the last destinations".

Select the destination to be saved in the

Last destinations

list.

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Managing destinations

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The keyboard is displayed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Enter a name for the destination and touch

OK

.

The destination is stored in the

Favourites

under the name entered.

Renaming a destination

(favourites only)

You can rename a stored destination in the

Favourites

:

Prerequisite:

You opened the

Favourites

menu as described in the chapter "Destination entry", "Copying a destination from the favourites".

In the

Favourites

menu, select the destination to be renamed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter a new name for the destination and touch

OK

.

The destination is stored in the

Favourites

under the name entered.

Touch

Yes

to delete the destination.

- or -

Touch

No

in order to not delete the destination.

Delete all destinations

You can delete all the last destinations or all destinations in the Favourites:

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

The

Destination Input

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol in the

Navigation

menu.

The

Favourites

menu is displayed.

- or -

Touch the symbol.

The

Last destinations

menu is displayed.

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to delete the destination.

- or -

Touch

No

in order to not delete the destination.

Deleting a destination

You can delete a destination stored in the favourites or a last destination:

Prerequisite:

You opened the

Last destinations

list as described in the chapter "Destination entry",

"Copying one of the last destinations".

- or -

You opened the

Favourites

menu as described in the chapter "Destination entry", "Copying a destination from the favourites".

Select the destination to be deleted.

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Calculating a route | Specifying route options

Calculating a route

Calculate the route to a destination entered to learn about distance and travel time: Afterwards, you have the option to start the route guidance or to continue optimising the route options.

All destinations, for which a route is calculated, are stored in the

Last destinations

.

Starting the route calculation

Prerequisite:

You entered a destination as described in the chapter "Destination entry".

- or -

You entered a point of interest as described in the chapter "Points of interest".

- or -

You planned a tour as described in the chapter "Tour planning".

Touch the button to call up the add-on menu.

Touch the symbol.

The route is being calculated.

Note:

If no GPS reception is available, the last known position is taken as the starting point of the route.

Specifying route options

The route options can be defi ned at any time.

If you change the route options during a route guidance, the route may be recalculated.

Touch the symbol in the map view.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Route Options

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to select the type of route calculation:

Fast

: The route with the fastest travel time is calculated.

Short

: The route with the shortest distance is calculated.

Optimal

: Combination of shortest and fastest route at a ratio of 40 to 60 percent. Distance and time are taken into consideration. This route type is adjustable and described below.

Ecological

: The route with the lowest driving expenses (fuel effi cient) is calculated. For this purpose, the shortest and fastest route are combined at a ratio of

75 to 25 percent.

Economic

: Combination of fastest and ecological route. Time and costs are taken into consideration. For this purpose, the shortest and fastest route are combined at a ratio of 40 to 60 percent.

Touch the symbol to change between speed profi les offered.

Additional functions after the route calculation

After the route calculation, you have the option to start the route guidance or to display the route on the map.

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

The route is calculated and the route guidance started.

- or -

Touch the symbol.

The route is shown on the map.

Note:

You can call up an add-on menu for the profi les

Fast

or

Slow

: Select the

Adaptive

option so that the profi le can be adapted to your driving style. If necessary, it can be reset to the factory setting.

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Specifying route options | Route guidance

Touch the symbol to allow (check mark) or disallow (no check mark) seasonal roads.

Seasonal roads are roads that could be closed depending on the season, e.g. snowfall.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) automatic traffi c jam detours with

TMC.

Touch the symbol to allow (check mark) or disallow (no check mark) motorways.

Touch the symbol to allow (check mark) or disallow (no check mark) toll roads.

Touch the symbol to allow (check mark) or disallow (no check mark) ferries.

Touch the button.

The display shows the second page of the menu.

Touch the symbol to allow (check mark) or disallow (no check mark) tunnels.

Touch the symbol to adjust the relationship of short and fast for the route type

Optimal

.

Touch this button to exit the menu.

Route guidance

DANGER!

Disregarding traffi c rules can lead to accidents

Follow the turn-by-turn directions only if the street routing and traffi c rules allow it. The navigation device will bring you to your destination even if you have to deviate from the planned route.

Notes:

Repeat the voice output if you did not understand it. (Ch. "Voice output during the route guidance")

You can always use the map or arrow display for orientation purposes.

Start route guidance

Touch the

Start Route Guidance

button.

The route is calculated and the route guidance started.

Notes:

The route is calculated using the settings for the route calculation. (Ch. "Specifying route options")

The destinations are automatically stored in the

Last Destinations

.

The so-called "carsor" represents your position.

Compass:

Always points north (for orientation)

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Route guidance

Note:

If you enter an additional destination during an active route guidance and start the route guidance, you have two options:

You can insert the destination as interim destination. The route is recalculated and the interim destination is approached next.

Or you start a new route guidance to the destination entered.

Reaching the place of destination

As soon as you have reached the destination point, the message "You have reached your destination" appears. The map now displays only your current position.

Quitting the route guidance

Touch any position on the map.

The

Route Guidance Options

add-on menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to quit the route guidance.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to quit the route guidance.

The map is displayed.

- or -

Touch

No

to continue the route guidance.

Disturbed GPS reception

On the map, the symbol indicates that no suffi cient GPS signal is being received. If you start a route guidance at this point, the navigation device calculates the route based on the last known position.

If the GPS reception is disturbed during route guidance for an extended period of time, the route guidance is stopped. As soon as the reception is re-established, the device automatically recognises whether your position has changed and, if necessary, recalculates the route. At that time, you can simply continue your route guidance.

Note:

External infl uences can interfere with the view to the sky and, therefore, the GPS reception of the navigation device. For further details, read the chapter "Troubleshooting table".

Off-road route guidance

If you are on a road that is not part of the map material ("off-road"), a route cannot be calculated.

The navigation device then supports the route guidance like a digital compass:

An arrow points to the direction of the destination.

The distance to the destination (straight line) is displayed.

The coordinates of your current position and

the destination are displayed.

A prerequisite in this case is suffi cient GPS reception.

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Working with the map

Working with the map

Showing a Map

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

To change to the map display from the

Navigation

menu:

Touch the button.

To reach the map view after the destination entry:

Touch the button to call up the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

Touch the button to close the map view and return to the destination entry.

Moving and scaling the map

To view the desired destination area on the map, you can move the map section and scale it (zoom in and zoom out).

Touch one of the symbols to zoom in or out of the map.

Touch the map and move the map in the desired direction.

Touch the button to return to your current position.

Touching the map

Touch a location (the street or the point of interest) in the map.

The city is selected and its name appears in the lower display bar.

Touch the

OK

button.

The coordinates to the selected location are displayed.

Touch the symbol to adopt the city as the destination.

The route guidance is being started.

- or -

Touch the symbol to store the location and use it as destination at a later time.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter a name for the destination and touch

OK

.

The destination is stored in the

Favourites

under the name entered. (Ch. "Managing destinations")

Note:

If you touch any place in the map during the route guidance, an add-on menu with additional functions is displayed. For further details, read the chapter "Additional functions during the route guidance".

Buttons

In the map view, the following buttons are available:

Touch the symbol to reach the

gation

menu.

Navi-

Touch the symbol to reach the

Map

Settings

menu.

Performing map settings

Touch the symbol in the map view.

The

Map Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to toggle between day and night display or to activate the automatic function.

If you activate the automatic function, switching between day and night display occurs automatically. In the process, the display brightness is constantly adjusted to the light conditions. (For further details, read the chapter

"Settings", "Performing device settings").

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Working with the map | Voice output during route guidance

/ Touch the symbol to change between 2D and

3D view.

/ Touch the symbol to change the map orientation between driving direction and direction North.

Touch the symbol to change these settings for the speed limit:

쏅 is shown on the map. Touch the symbol to also show (check mark) or hide (no check mark) the time and distance to the last destination.

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide (no check mark) distances to points of interest.

Note:

The distances are shown exclusively for points of interest along your route and only at motorways.

/ Touch the symbol to change between the display of arrival time and remaining driving time (travel time).

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide speed warnings

(no check mark) on the map.

Touch the symbol to switch the warning beep on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Touch the symbol to adjust a tolerance value for the speed warning. A warning occurs only if the tolerance value is exceeded.

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide (no check mark) points of interest.

Touch the symbol to switch auto zoom on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Auto zoom means that the map scale is perfectly adjusted to the respective driving situation during route guidance. If you approach an action, the view is enlarged, e.g. so that you can clearly see the next intersection. If the next action is farther away, the view is reduced so that you can easily see the run of the road.

Touch the button.

The display shows the second page of the menu.

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide altitude and speed (no check mark) on the map.

For route guidance with several interim destinations, the time and distance to the next interim destination

Voice output during route guidance

Your navigation device supports route guidance with voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions and announces turns in advance. In the process, it also announces the names of major roads and motorways. In the settings, you can activate and deactivate the voice instructions of the navigation

(ch. "Settings", "Settings for navigation").

Note:

The volume can be changed only if the voice output is currently active.

During the voice output, press the button

VOL -

or

VOL +

to change the volume for the voice output.

Touch the lower fi eld on the display to repeat the last voice output.

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Map display during route guidance

Map display during route guidance

During the route guidance, the map display shows you different navigation tools and route information.

Voice output is activated.

Voice output is deactivated (muted).

Touching the symbol reactivates the voice output.

DANGER!

Disregarding the street routing can lead to accidents

The information on the digital road maps may no longer be current due to short-term changes (construction, etc.).

Additional information, e.g. the speed limit, can be shown only if they are contained in the map material.

The signposts and local street routing always have priority over the information of the navigation device.

Navigation tools

Route information

The lower display bar shows the following route information by default:

Remaining distance to destination.

Estimated time of arrival

Instead of the arrival time, you can also display the remaining driving time.

For route guidance with several interim destinations, the route information for the next interim destination is displayed. In addition, you can show the distance and time for the last destination.

For settings, please read the chapter "Working with the map", "Performing map settings".

Speed limit

The speed limit is shown in the left area of the map.

Note:

This information can be displayed only if it is activated in the navigation settings.

(Ch. "Working with the map", "Performing map settings")

The so-called "carsor" represents your position.

The compass always points north (for orientation)

Top fi eld: Name of next street

Bottom fi eld: Name of current street

The action arrow shows the next action and the distance to that action.

When you come closer to the location of the next action, a bar is shown on the right side: The fewer yellow segments are displayed, the closer you are to the location of the next action.

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Additional functions during the route guidance

Additional functions during the route guidance

Prerequisite:

Route guidance

- or -

Route simulation (demo)

Touch any position on the map to display additional functions.

The

Route Guidance Options

add-on menu is displayed.

!

The symbol identifi es the blocking. The blocked segment is marked in red.

To cancel the blocking:

In the add-on menu, touch the symbol again (the check mark indicates that a blocking has been entered).

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to delete the blocking.

The route is being recalculated.

- or -

Touch

No

in order to not delete the blocking.

The following functions are now available:

Entering a blocking

Cancelling route guidance

Skipping the next destination

Display information about the destination

Display route list

Entering a blocking

During the route guidance, you can block the route segment lying ahead of you. An alternate route is calculated and the blocked partial route is bypassed.

Touch the symbol in the add-on menu.

The

Traffi c Jam Ahead

menu is displayed.

In this menu, you can select the length of the blocking, starting with your current position.

Touch the buttons to enter the length of the blocking.

Touch the

OK

button.

The route is recalculated and the blocked route segment is evaded.

Cancelling route guidance

Touch the symbol in the add-on menu.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to quit the route guidance.

The map is displayed.

- or -

Touch

No

to continue the route guidance.

Skipping the next destination

Prerequisite:

Tour with at least 1 interim destination (tour planning)

In the add-on menu, touch the symbol to skip the next interim destination.

The route is recalculated and the next destination is approached.

Display information about the destination

Touch the symbol in the add-on menu.

The destination address with information about distance and arrival or remaining driving time is displayed.

For tours, all interim destinations are listed.

The destination can be displayed on the map:

Touch the

Show In Map

button.

Touch the symbol to exit the map view again.

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Additional functions during the route guidance | TMC function

Display route list

The route list can be displayed to gain an overview of the route.

Touch the symbol in the add-on menu.

The route list is displayed.

Touch the buttons to scroll through the route list.

Touch the symbol to exit the route list again.

TMC function

The

T

raffi c

M

essage

C

hannel continuously broadcasts traffi c announcements. The TMC function in your device allows you to receive and display the messages. Or you can use them for route guidance so that you can avoid traffi c jams.

Establishing TMC reception

TMC is a service of the radio stations and is not offered in all countries. The troubleshooting table shows the countries in which TMC is available.

Connecting the TMC antenna

Connect the TMC antenna with the corresponding socket.

Affi x the suction feet as parallel as possible to the instrument panel.

Searching for TMC stations

The device automatically sets the next receivable

TMC station. If the reception quality deteriorates, it immediately searches for a new station. Or you tune in your preferred TMC station:

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

The

TMC Messages

menu is displayed .

Touch the button to display the addon menu.

Touch the symbol.

The TMC station search starts. If a station is found, it is displayed in the top display bar.

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TMC function | Bluetooth function

Showing traffi c reports

The device also reports traffi c obstructions if you did not start a route guidance.

Touch the symbol in the menu.

Navigation

The traffi c reports are listed.

Touch the buttons to change between messages.

Touch the

Show Message

button to display a message in its entirety.

Switch on automatic traffi c jam detours

During the route guidance, the automatic traffi c jam detours guides you past reported traffi c obstructions.

Touch the symbol in the

Navigation

menu.

The

Routing options

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) automatic traffi c jam detours.

Bluetooth function

Bluetooth is a wireless radio connection over a short distance. Hence, a Bluetooth-capable cell phone allows using the navigation device as a hands-free system. In addition, music tracks stored on the cell phone can be played and navigated.

Prerequisites:

Compatible Bluetooth cell phone (ch. "Technical data")

Bluetooth function and cell phone visibility are activated

Note:

The Bluetooth connection can be established only to

one

cell phone. If more registered cell phones are available, the Bluetooth connection is established to the one that was registered last.

Starting the Bluetooth application

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The

Bluetooth Menu

is displayed.

The Bluetooth function is being activated.

Traffi c obstructions on the map display

!

On the map, the symbol identifi es all received traffi c obstructions.

The concerned segments are marked in red or in gray if they are outside your route.

In addition, a note calls your attention to immediate dangers, such as drivers going in the wrong direction, as soon as the TMC message is received.

For the Bluetooth connection, the device must fi rst be registered with the cell phone.

Registering the devices

Registering is the fi rst contact between an unknown cell phone and the navigation device. The devices "become acquainted".

When you start the Bluetooth application for the fi rst time, the query "Connect the devices now?" appears.

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Bluetooth function

Touch the

Yes

button to register the cell phone.

Touch the

Stop

button to end the search for

Bluetooth-capable devices.

Touch the cell phone in the list to register it.

Touch the

Connect

button.

A PIN query is displayed.

Enter the PIN "0000" in your cell phone.

The devices are registered and a Bluetooth connection is established.

You have the following options:

– Using the hands-free system ("Calling")

– Using audio transmission if your cell phone supports this function with the device ("Audio transmission")

Notes:

Every cell phone uses different ways to register and establish a Bluetooth connection.

For this purpose, please read the instructions of your cell phone.

After you switched off the device or physically separated the cell phone and the device, the Bluetooth connection must be re-established. (Ch. "Performing Bluetooth settings", "Paired devices")

During the phone call, you have the option of redirecting the phone call to the cell phone:

Touch the

Transfer

button.

Note:

The phone numbers dialed are stored and displayed in the

Call

menu next to the keyboard.

Selecting stored phone numbers

Touch the phone number in the list.

Touch the

Send

button.

Deleting stored phone numbers

Touch the phone number in the list.

Touch the

Options

button.

Touch the symbol to delete the entry.

- or -

Touch the symbol to delete all entries.

Answering or rejecting a call

If a call comes in, the "Incoming Call" message and the phone number of the caller are displayed:

Touch the

Touch the

Accept

Cancel

reject a call.

button to answer the call.

button to end a call or to

Calling

If a Bluetooth connection exists, you can use the navigation device with the cell phone as handsfree system.

Prerequisite:

Bluetooth connection to cell phone

Touch the symbol in the

Menu

.

The

Call

menu is displayed.

Bluetooth

Making a call

Enter a phone number of your choice via the keyboard.

Touch the

Send

button.

The call is made.

Touch the

Cancel

button to end the call.

Using the phone book

If you loaded the phone book from your cell phone, you can use the phone numbers with the navigation device.

Touch the symbol in the

Menu

.

Bluetooth

The

Phonebook

menu is displayed.

Touch the phone number in the list.

Touch the

Options

button.

Touch the symbol to place the call.

Touch the symbol to delete the entry.

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Bluetooth function

- or -

Touch the symbol to delete all entries.

Audio transmission

If a Bluetooth connection exists, you can use the navigation device to listen to music that is stored on your cell phone.

Prerequisite:

Your cell phone supports this function.

Note:

Every cell phone supports the audio transmission in a different way. For this purpose, please read the instructions of your cell phone.

Touch the symbol in the

Bluetooth

Menu

.

The

Music Player

menu is displayed.

Touch the button to start the playback.

Press the

VOL -

or

VOL +

button to adjust the volume.

Note:

The maximum volume depends on the adjusted volume in the cell phone.

Touch the button to play the next track.

Touch the button repeatedly to play the current or the previous track.

Touch the button to end the playback.

Performing Bluetooth settings

Settings in the

Bluetooth Settings

menu:

Activating/deactivating the Bluetooth function

Switching visibility on/off

Paired devices

Search for devices

Ringtone

The second page of the menu also contains the following settings:

Establishing the connection automatically

Resetting Bluetooth

Automatic call answering

Loading the phone book

/

Touch the symbol in the

Bluetooth

Menu

.

The

Bluetooth Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the button to scroll in this menu.

If you performed changes to the settings:

Touch the button to exit the menu.

Activating/deactivating the Bluetooth function

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark)

Bluetooth.

Switching visibility on/off

The navigation device can be visible or invisible to other Bluetooth-ready devices.

Touch the symbol to switch the visibility on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Paired devices

You can call up the list of already registered cell phones and edit it.

Touch the symbol.

The

Paired Devices

menu is displayed.

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Bluetooth function

Touch a cell phone in the list.

Touch the

Options

button to display additional functions.

Note:

If you want to pair a cell phone with the device, fi rst unpair an existing Bluetooth connection.

Touch the symbol to establish the

Bluetooth connection.

Touch the symbol to disconnect the

Bluetooth connection.

Touch the

Connect

button.

A PIN query is displayed.

Enter the PIN "0000" in your cell phone.

Ringtone

Touch the symbol.

The

Ring Tone

menu is displayed.

Touch the desired ringtone.

Press the

VOL -

or

VOL +

button to adjust the volume.

Touch the symbol to rename the cell phone in the list.

Note:

If you delete a cell phone from the list, it is unpaired. That is, a Bluetooth connection can no longer be established to this cell phone.

Touch the symbol to delete the cell phone from the list.

Establishing the connection automatically

After switching off the device, the Bluetooth connection can be re-established automatically.

Prerequisite:

Cell phone is registered ("Search for Bluetooth-ready devices")

On the second page of the

Bluetooth

Settings

menu, touch the symbol to switch on the automatic connection

(check mark) or to switch it off (no check mark).

Touch the symbol to delete all cell phones.

Search for devices

If you want to pair additional Bluetooth-ready devices, you can start the search.

Note:

You can register up to 10 cell phones. If you register an eleventh one, the oldest cell phone is deleted.

Touch the symbol.

The

Inquiring

menu is displayed.

The search for Bluetooth-ready devices starts.

Devices found are listed. If the desired device is listed:

Touch the

Stop

button to end the search.

Touch the

Refresh

button to continue the search.

Touch the cell phone in the list to register it.

Resetting Bluetooth

If the Bluetooth connection does not work properly, a simple reset may help.

Note:

An existing Bluetooth connection is disconnected with a reset. All registered cell phones are unregistered. The cell phones must then be reregistered with the device.

Touch the symbol on the second page of the

Bluetooth Settings

menu.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch the

Yes

button to perform the reset.

- or -

Touch the

No

button to cancel the procedure.

Automatic call answering

An incoming call can be answered automatically:

On the second page of the

Bluetooth

Settings

menu, touch the symbol to switch on automatic answering

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Bluetooth function | Infotainment

(check mark) or to switch it off (no check mark).

Loading the phone book

The phone book in your cell phone can be loaded into the navigation device and used with it.

Prerequisite:

Your cell phone supports this function.

Note:

For entries with several phone numbers in the cell phone, the fi rst phone number is transferred to the phone book.

Touch the symbol on the second page of the

Bluetooth Settings

menu.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to load the phone book.

- or -

Touch

No

to cancel the procedure.

Infotainment

In the

Infotainment

menu, you can play music, image and video fi les or pass the time with various games. For travelling abroad, the device provides a phrase book. For thoughts and ideas, use the voice recorder.

Starting Infotainment

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The

Infotainment

menu is displayed.

Playing music fi les

Insert the memory card in the device (ch.

"Data transfer").

Touch the symbol in the

Infotainment

menu.

The playback menu is displayed. The fi rst track or the track played last is displayed.

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Infotainment

Touch the button for playback.

Press the

VOL -

or

VOL +

button to adjust the volume.

Touch the button to play another track.

Touch the button for forward or reverse.

Touch the button to interrupt the playback.

Touch the button to continue the playback.

Touch the button to end the playback.

Touch the

Options

button to display additional functions.

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide (no check mark) ID3 texts.

Calling the music list (Browse)

The "Browse" function allows you to list and browse through all the music fi les on the memory card.

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol.

The music list is displayed.

Briefl y press the

On/Off switch

to start another application during the playback, e.g. the navigation.

- or -

Touch the button to exit the menu.

Random playback (Mix)

The Mix function allows you to play the tracks of the current directory, a playlist or the selected genre at random:

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol to switch the function on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Repeated playback (Repeat)

The Repeat function plays the current track repeatedly.

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol to switch the function on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Displaying ID3 tags

ID3 tags represent additional information, e.g. album, artist and track, which music fi les in MP3 format may contain.

Touch the button to change to the next higher directory level.

Touch one of the following buttons to sort the music fi les:

Album:

Alphabetic sorting by albums

Artist:

Alphabetic sorting by artists

Genre:

Alphabetic sorting by music genre

Playlist:

Sorting by playback lists on the memory card

Browse:

Sorting by fi les on the memory card

Touch a track to play it.

- or -

Touch the symbol to exit the music list again.

Equaliser

The current equaliser setting is shown below the display of the track and artist.

Touch the symbol to select a different equaliser preset.

Showing image fi les

Insert the memory card in the device (ch.

"Data transfer").

Touch the symbol.

The playback menu is displayed. The fi rst image or the image viewed last is displayed.

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Infotainment

Note:

Larger images require longer loading times.

The device can display images up to a size of

6 megapixel.

Rotating an image

The images in the playback menu and in the presentation can automatically be rotated left or right.

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol to rotate all the images or not to rotate them.

Touch the symbol to change to a different directory.

Touch the button to display a different image.

The bottom display bar shows how many images are available in the current directory.

Touch the button to exit the menu.

Slide show

Touch the button to start the slide show.

If you want to end the slide show, touch the image.

The playback menu is displayed.

It allows you to adjust how long an image is displayed in the presentation:

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol.

The

Slide Duration

menu is displayed.

Touch an entry in the list.

Displaying path of fi le name

Touch the

Options

al functions.

button to display addition-

Touch the symbol to show (check mark) or hide (no check mark) the fi le paths of the images.

Calling the image list (Browse)

The "Browse" function allows you to list and browse through all the image fi les on the memory card.

Touch the

Options

al functions.

Touch the symbol.

The image list is displayed.

Touch the button to change to the next higher directory level.

Touch an image to display it.

- or -

Touch the symbol to exit the image list again.

Playing video fi les

button to display addition-

Insert the memory card in the device (ch.

"Data transfer").

Touch the symbol.

The video list is displayed.

Touch a video to play it.

Touch the display until additional buttons are displayed.

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Infotainment

Touch the button to interrupt the playback.

Touch the button to continue the playback.

In the bottom display bar, touch the slider to forward or reverse.

Touch the symbol to quit the playback.

Using the phrase book

If you travel to a different country, the phrase book supports you with common phrases and sentences about many topics, such as restaurants or hotels.

Touch the symbol.

The

Topic Selection

menu is displayed.

The initial language used is the language selected in the settings (ch. "Performing basic settings").

Touch the

Language

button if you want to change the initial or target language.

Touch the button to scroll through this menu.

Touch one of the symbols to select a topic.

The

Subtopics

menu is displayed.

Touch an entry to select a subtopic.

The

Phrases

menu is displayed.

You can transfer an idiomatic expression to the user topic by clicking on the icon in the list.

The user topic is called up on the last page in the

Topic Selection

menu.

Voice recorder

Voice can be recorded on a memory card and played back. The duration of the recording is determined by the memory capacity of the memory card.

Insert the memory card in the device (ch.

"Data transfer").

Touch the symbol.

The

Voice Recorder

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to start the recording.

Touch the symbol to end the recording.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to save the recording.

- or -

Touch

No

to delete the recording.

Playing recordings

Touch en entry in the

Voice Recorder

Touch the button for playback.

menu.

Editing recordings

Touch en entry in the

Touch the

Options

Voice Recorder

menu.

button to display additional functions.

Touch the symbol to rename the recording.

The keyboard is displayed.

Enter a name and touch

OK

.

Touch the symbol to delete the recording.

A confi rmation is displayed.

- or -

Touch the symbol to delete all recordings.

A confi rmation is displayed.

Touch

Yes

to delete the recording or recordings.

- or -

Touch

No

to not delete the recordings.

Blocking recordings

If you want to delete the entire list of recordings, except for a few, you can block one or several recordings. A blocked recording cannot be deleted or renamed.

Touch en entry in the

Voice Recorder

menu.

Touch the

Options

button to display additional functions.

Touch the symbol to block the recording (lock closed) or to unblock it (lock open).

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Infotainment | Data transfer

Games

Touch the symbol.

The

Games

menu is displayed.

Data transfer

Road maps can be copied onto a memory card and then used with the device.

The following games are available:

– Logic game (Sudoku): Fill each of the

9 subgrids with the numbers 1 to 9. Every number may occur only once in any row.

Card games (Freecell/Solitaire): Sort the cards in ascending order.

Memory game: Uncover identical pairs of cards.

Puzzle: Move the individual image pieces to form a complete image.

CAUTION!

Editing data in the internal memory can damage the device

If you connect the navigation device via a USB cable with your computer, you have access to the internal memory of the Lucca and the memory card.

If you change or delete the fi les in the internal memory, it may render the device inoperable.

Only use your computer to edit fi les on the memory card.

Inserting and removing the memory card

Insert your memory card with the contacts to the front in the card slot until the card engages.

Note:

Observe the marking at the slot.

If you want to remove the memory card after its use:

Exit all running applications of the memory card, e.g. the music playback.

Carefully push on the memory card in the card slot until it disengages.

The memory card is ejected a little bit from the card slot and can be removed.

Copying data to the memory card

Use the navigation device as a card reader to copy the desired data onto the memory card. Please read the technical data to fi nd out which USB cables and which memory cards are compatible with the device.

As an alternative, you can also transfer the data to the memory card using a card reader.

Insert the memory card in the device ("Inserting and removing a memory card").

Connect the device with a computer using a

USB cable.

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Data transfer

The computer recognises the navigation device as a card reader. The memory card is displayed as a drive.

Copy the desired data onto the memory card.

Note:

Use the installation programme on the

CD/DVD to copy road maps to your memory card.

Using media fi les from the memory card

In the

Infotainment

menu, you can play the following media fi les:

Music fi les (MP3, WMA – without DRM,

OGG)

Image fi les (JPG, BMP)

Video fi les (WMV)

Insert the memory card in the device ("Inserting and removing a memory card").

Start the Infotainment application. (Ch. "Infotainment")

Using road maps from memory card

The road map of the country in which the navigation device was purchased is preinstalled in the memory of the navigation device. The enclosed

CD/DVD offers additional road maps depending on the device variant as well as an installation program to copy these road maps to your memory card.

To use an additional road map:

Insert the memory card in the device ("Inserting and removing a memory card").

Switch on the navigation device.

The road maps are automatically loaded from the memory card into the memory.

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The map is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

A list of the available road maps is displayed.

Touch the desired road map in the list to select it.

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Settings

Settings

You can perform these settings:

Map settings (ch. "Working with the map",

"Performing map settings")

Setting for the navigation

Device settings

If the function is deactivated, a confi rmation is displayed upon reaching an interim destination whether the route guidance to the next interim destination should be continued.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) the function.

Performing settings for the navigation

Settings in the navigation menu:

Home address

Continuing the tour automatically

Selecting a dataset

POI note

Voice instructions

Units

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The map is displayed.

Touch the symbol.

The

Navigation

menu is displayed.

Selecting a dataset

In the

Choose Dataset

menu, you can call up the list of available road maps and select the desired road map. For further details, read the chapter "Data transfer".

POI note

If you are using your own POIs (points of interest), the device can bring it to your attention in due time during a route guidance.

Note:

The enclosed CD/DVD contains an installation programme with instructions to create your own POIs.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) notes on the map and the warning beep.

Touch the symbol.

The

Settings

menu is displayed.

If you performed changes to the settings:

Touch the button to exit the menu.

Home address

You should enter your home address to quickly navigate home from any location.

For further details, read the chapter "Performing basic settings", "Entering the home address".

Voice instructions

You can mute (deactivate) the voice instructions of the navigation.

Touch the symbol to activate (check mark) or deactivate (no check mark) the voice instructions.

Units

You can defi ne which units of measure should be used for distances.

Touch the symbol to change between kilometres and miles.

Continuing the tour automatically

For tours with several interim destinations, you can specify that the next destination is automatically approached after reaching an interim destination.

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Settings

Performing device settings

Settings in the

Settings

menu:

Display

Button sounds (sound of the buttons)

Language

Time

Saving energy

Theft protection

The second page of the menu also contains the following settings:

Factory settings

Calibrating the touchscreen

Product information

Sound

Demo mode

Touch the symbol in the main menu.

The

Settings

menu is displayed.

/ Touch the button to scroll in this menu.

If you performed changes to the settings:

Touch the button to exit the menu.

A lower value indicates, for example, that switching to night display already occurs at dusk. A higher value causes switching to wait until darkness.

Button sound

In the

Key Clicks

menu, you can adjust the volume of the key clicks or mute ("0") them. You can also select from different key clicks.

Touch the symbol.

The

Key Clicks

menu is displayed.

Touch the desired key click.

Touch the

Volume

button.

The

Key Click Volume

menu is displayed.

Touch one of the buttons to adjust the volume.

Language

In the

Language

menu, you can defi ne the language in which the menus are displayed. The voice outputs also use the defi ned language, if available. If the selected language is not available for the voice output, it is output in English.

Touch the symbol.

A list with available languages is displayed.

Touch the language in the list that you want to use.

Touch the

OK

button.

Display

In the map settings, you can select between day and night display or activate automatic switching (ch.

"Working with the map", "Performing map settings").

In the

Display

menu, you can set the display brightness for day and night.

Furthermore, it is possible to adjust the switching threshold for automatic switching. It allows you to select when switching between day and night display occurs.

Touch the symbol.

The

Display

menu is displayed.

Time

In the

Time

menu, you can select the time zone for your current position, adjust the daylight savings time and switch between

12-hour and 24-hour display. The navigation can announce the correct arrival time only if you set the correct time zone.

For further details, read the chapter "Performing basic settings", "Setting the time zone".

Touch the

Brightness Day

button to adjust the brightness for day mode.

Touch the

Brightness Night

button to adjust the brightness for night mode.

Touch the

Switch Threshold

button to adjust the automatic switching.

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Saving energy

If you activated the energy-savings mode, the display is switched darker after 1 minute of inactivity to consume less power. The device does not change to energy-savings mode if it is supplied by an external power source or you are in navigation.

Settings

Touch the symbol.

The

Energy Saving

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to switch the energy-savings mode on (check mark) or off (no check mark).

Touch the symbol to activate auto illumination (check mark) or to deactivate it (no check mark).

Touch the slider to adjust the display brightness for energysaving mode.

- or -

Touch

No

to cancel the procedure.

Touch the symbol to toggle between the settings for the type of USB interface:

MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)

: The device is recognised by computers with MS

MediaPlayer 10 under MS Windows XP.

MSD (Mass Storage Device):

The device is recognised by computers as mass storage device.

Theft protection

In the

Anti-Theft Protection

menu, you can assign a PIN and a PUK to your navigation device to protect it against unauthorised use. The PIN can be changed at any time.

Register under http://puk.blaupunkt.com to securely store your PUK.

For further details, read the chapter "Performing basic settings", "Activating the PIN query".

Factory settings and USB interface

In the

Factory Settings

menu, you can reset the navigation software or the settings in the Infotainment applications to the factory settings. You can also adjust the USB interface.

Note:

If you reset the device to the factory settings, your personal settings and stored destinations are deleted.

Touch the symbol on the second page of the

Settings

menu.

The

Factory Settings

menu is displayed.

Touch the symbol to reset the settings for the navigation.

- or -

Touch the symbol to reset the settings for the Infotainment to the factory settings.

A confi rmation dialogue appears in both cases.

Touch

Yes

to reset the settings to the factory settings.

The map is displayed.

Calibrating the touchscreen

You can recalibrate (align) the touchscreen if it responds imprecisely to touches.

On the second page of the

Settings

menu, touch the symbol to start the calibration.

Follow the instructions on the display to calibrate the touchscreen.

Product information

Touch the symbol on the second page of the

Settings

menu.

Product information about the device, such as the version of the map used and the navigation software, are displayed.

Sound

In the

Sound

menu, you can adjust the volume for the voice output of navigation and for hands-free calling via Bluetooth. You can also change the bass and treble.

Touch the symbol on the second page of the

Settings

menu.

The

Sound

menu is displayed.

Touch one of the buttons to adjust bass or treble.

Demo mode

If you activated the demo mode, the device switches to demo mode after 5 minutes of inactivity.

On the second page of the

Settings

menu, touch the symbol to switch the demo mode on (check mark) or off

(no check mark).

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Software | Service | Warranty | Technical data

Software

Reinstalling navigation software

For reinstallation purposes, the navigation software for your navigation device and instructions are located on the enclosed CD/DVD.

Updating the navigation software

To ensure that your navigation device is always state-of-the-art, Blaupunkt offers software updates at regular intervals. They can be downloaded from the Blaupunkt Internet site www.blaupunkt.com.

Service

In some countries Blaupunkt offers a specifi c repair service including a pick-up service.

In case your device has to be sent to Blaupunkt for service you can order a pick-up service for your device on the internet.

Refer to www.blaupunkt.com to check if this service is available in your country.

Warranty

We provide a manufacturer warranty for our products bought within the European Union. For devices purchased outside the European Union, the warranty terms issued by our respective responsible domestic agency are valid.

The warranty terms can be called up under www.blaupunkt.com or requested directly from:

Blaupunkt GmbH, Hotline

Technical data

Dimensions (W x H x D)

123 x 90 x 17.5 mm

Weight

approx. 225 g

Operating temperature

-20 °C ... 60 °C

Storage temperature

-30 °C ... 70 °C

Power supply

Battery: Li-ion, 2100 mAh

Charger cable for cigarette lighter: Input 12 V

Battery charger: Input 100 to 240 V (50/60 Hz), output 12 V /max. 1 A

Display

4.3˝ touchscreen TFT LCD colour display 16:9,

480 x 272 pixel

Audio

Built-in loudspeaker, min. 1 W

GPS receiver

Integrated, QuickFind technology Centrality GPS,

32 channels

Platform

Dual Core Centrality Atlas III Processor

(400 MHz)

Internal 64 MB SDRAM Memory

4 GB NAND Flash Memory

Memory card slot: SD cards, MMC and SDHC max.

4 GB

USB

USB 2.0

Operating system

Microsoft Windows CE 5.0

Subject to changes

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Troubleshooting table

Troubleshooting table

Problem

The device does not work or does not work correctly.

Cause

The operating system is overloaded.

Measure

Perform a reset (ch. "Switching on/off").

Reset the factory settings (ch.

"Settings").

All personal settings will be deleted!

Reinstall the navigation software using the enclosed CD/DVD.

The display remains dark if I switch on the device.

The display may temporarily Place the device in the shade for loose its contrast after long and heavy exposure to the sun and high temperatures.

approximately 10 minutes and switch it on again.

At very high temperatures, the device switches off to protect against overheating.

The battery is not suffi ciently charged.

Fully charge the battery (ch.

"Charging the battery")

The battery is empty, even The device continues to use a though I did not use the device for some time.

small amount of energy if it is switched off. Hence, the battery could be discharged after a few days.

To obtain battery operation of up to 5 hours in navigation mode, completely charge the battery.

During short driving times, Always operate the device in the the battery is not completely charged.

vehicle together with the charger cable via the cigarette lighter.

The device does not respond when I touch the buttons.

The operating system is overloaded.

The device does not output any turn-by-turn directions via voice output.

The voice instructions are deactivated.

The volume of the voice instructions is too low.

Perform a reset (ch. "Switching on/off").

Activate the voice output in the settings.

Increase the volume during a voice output.

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Troubleshooting table

Problem

The device has no or only a very poor GPS reception.

Cause Measure

After switch-on, the device requires approx. 1 minute until it is ready for navigation. During the initial switch-on, it requires a longer time and a strong GPS signal.

Move to the outside and place the device on high ground. Your device is operational again after no more than 2 to 5 minutes. At that time, the navigation is also possible under less than perfect conditions.

The GPS reception is generally limited inside of buildings.

Heavily metal-evaporated windshields can interfere with the

GPS reception.

You may attempt to install the device in a different location in the vehicle.

Connect an external GPS antenna.

ection and separation, The device must have a clear e.g. due to high-rises, tunnels, path to the sky. Wait until the mountains or heavy foliage.

GPS reception is available again.

The route guidance is then con-

Heavy snowfall and (thunder) storms.

tinued automatically.

Transport of the vehicle by carsleeper train or ferry.

The device has no or only a very poor TMC reception.

No TMC station is receivable.

TMC is currently available in

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic Denmark, Germany, England,

Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

The device does not recognise my memory card.

The memory card is not compatible with this device.

The memory card was formatted using the wrong fi le system.

Use compatible memory cards

(ch. "Technical data").

Format the memory card with the fi le system FAT16 or FAT32.

Due to continued technical developments, Blaupunkt cannot guarantee the correct functioning of memory cards from different manufacturers and different types of cards. Try a memory card from a different manufacturer or with a different capacity.

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FCC Information (USA)

FCC Information (only USA)

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Results. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1.

This Device may not cause harmful interface, and

2.

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

WARNING

Changes or modifi cations not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.

CAUTION

Exposure to Radio Freqency Radiation.

Antenna schall be mounted in such a manner to minimize the potential for human contact during normal operation. The antenna should not be contacted during operation to avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency exposure limit. The minimum separation distance of 20 cm from the antenna to the body of user required.

Note:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for CLASS B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1.

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

2.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

3.

4.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or experienced radio/

TV technician for help.

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Country: Phone:

Germany

Austria

Belgium

Denmark

Finland

France

Great Britain

Greece

Ireland

Italy

Luxembourg

Netherlands

Norway

(D)

(A)

(B)

(DK)

(FIN)

(F)

(GB)

(GR)

(IRL)

(I)

(L)

(NL)

(N)

0180-5000225

01-610 39 0

02-525 5444

44-898 360

09-435 991

01-4010 7007

01-89583 8880

210 94 27 337

01-46 66 700

02-369 62331

40 4078

00 31 24 35 91 338

+47 64 87 89 60

Portugal

Spain

(P)

(E)

Sweden (S)

Switzerland (CH)

2185 00144

902 52 77 70

08-7501850

01-8471644

Czech. Rep.

Hungary

(CZ)

(H)

02-6130 0446

76 511 803

Poland (PL) 0800-118922

Turkey (TR) 0212-335 07 23 http://www.blaupunkt.com

Fax:

05121-49 4002

01-610 39 391

02-525 5263

44-898 644

09-435 99236

01-4010 7320

01-89583 8394

210 94 12 711

01-46 66 706

02-369 62464

40 2085

00 31 24 35 91 336

+47 64 87 89 02

2185 00165

91 410 4078

08-7501810

01-8471650

02-6130 0514

76 511 809

022-8771260

0212-346 00 40

© 2008 All rights reserved by Blaupunkt. This material may be reproduced, copied or distributed for personal use only.

This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft.

Blaupunkt GmbH,

Robert-Bosch-Straße 200, D-31139 Hildesheim

07/08 CM-AS/SCS1 (GB) 8 622 405 935

Mobile Nav igation

TPAssist

TravelPilot 100

TravelPilot 200

TravelPilot 300

www.blaupunkt.com

Operating instructions

TPAssist

The TPAssist PC tool can run on any PC using Windows or Linux and on any Mac using the Mac OS operating system.

To be able to use TPAssist, Java SE version 1.5 or later must be installed (download under: www.java.com).

What prerequisites does my computer have to have?

Introduction

Introduction

TPAssist provides support for adding you own POIs

(Points Of Interest) to your device. In addition, you can restore the navigation software and road maps, if necessary.

Chapter overview

These operating instructions are intended to provide answers to your questions concerning TPAssist:

Chapter

Start: How do I start TPAssist?

Chapter

User POIs: How do I edit POIs and how do

I use them with my device?

Chapter

Recovery: How do I restore the navigation software and road maps in my device?

Chapter

Memory cards: How do I use memory cards with the device?

Chapter

Special topic – POI lists: How do I use

POI lists without TPAssist?

Symbols used

These operating instructions use the following symbols:

!

!

Warnings contain information for safe operation.

Notes must be followed to reach the desired goal.

Tips or recommendations are intended to facilitate the use of TPAssist.

Links guide you to additional information about the topic.

End of a chapter.

Start

Step 1

 Insert the supplied backup DVD in the drive.

If TPAssist does not start automatically:

 Open

My Computer

(PC) or the

Desktop

(Mac).

 Open the backup DVD and double-click on the

"TPAssist.jar" file.

TPAssist starts.

Select your preferred language.

The TPAssist main menu is displayed.

 Select your device.

Here you can read the license agreement and change to the selection of options.

How do I start

TPAssist?

Start

Step 2

Click on Next and select one of the options:

– Click on Edit your own POI list to load and manage your own POI list or to create new POI lists.

Click on Recover device to subsequently reinstall the navigation software in your device.

Click on Display operating instructions to call up the instructions for your device.

User POIs

User POIs

TPAssist can also be used to create your own POIs and edit existing POI lists.

To use the POIs with the device:

TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 00: The device uses the user POIs from the memory card. For this purpose, the POI lists must be copied to the memory card.

TravelPilot 00: The device uses user POIs from its memory. For this purpose, the POI lists must be loaded directly into the memory.

How do I edit POIs and how do I use them with my device?

Step 1 – Connecting the device

 Connect the device with your computer using a

USB cable.

Step 2 – Using the memory card

(TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 200 only)

Insert the memory card into the device.

Switch on the device with the On/Off switch.

The computer recognises the device as a card reader.

As an alternative, you can also transfer the data to the memory card using a card reader.

Step 3 – Loading or creating a POI lists

If you selected the Edit your own POI list option in the main menu, the following options are available:

Copy POI folder:

Copy a folder with existing POI lists directly to your device (TravelPilot 00) or to the memory card (TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 00).

- or -

Load:

Load an existing POI list from your computer to edit it. For this purpose, you are asked to select the POI list in the "Open" window.

- or -

New:

Create a new POI list with a name of your choice.

- or -

POI lists can be obtained from external sources, e.g. on the Internet under www.poicon.com.

User POIs

Save all:

To subsequently save the POI lists.

- or -

Close:

To subsequently close the POI lists.

You can load several POI lists or create new ones and edit them subsequently.

Click on one of the options to load a POI list or to create a new one.

The POI editor is displayed.

Step 4 – Displaying a POI list

The left column of the POI editor displays all the loaded or newly created POI lists.

Click on a POI list to select it.

Step 5 – Selecting a POI icon for the POI list

In the main window, you can select the POI icon for the

POI list:

 In the POI icon field, click on the displayed POI icon to select a different image for the POI list.

The POI icon is displayed on the map for future devices if it has the same designation as the corresponding POI list (currently an optional entry field).

Step 6 – Activating POI hints

When you activate the POI hints, the device can point to the POIs in time during a route guidance:

 Click on the POI hint field to activate the POI hints

(check mark) or to deactivate them (no check mark).

The POI hints must also be activated in the settings in the device. (long instructions "Settings", "Performing settings for navigation")

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User POIs

Step 7 – Editing a POI list

In the table, you can add, delete or rename individual

POIs. The positions of the POIs are entered as coordinates:

New entry:

Adding a line for an additional POI. The empty line is attached to the end of the POI list.

- or -

Edit:

Editing a POI in the table.

- or -

Delete:

Button for deleting individual POIs.

- or -

Delete All:

Deleting the entire POI list.

Click on one of the options to edit the POIs in a list.

Enter the coordinates (degree of latitude and longitude) for every POI in the table and a description

(information):

Longitude/Latitude: Enter the coordinates in decimal form (e.g. 51,5099 and -0,118) or as Degrees, Minutes and Seconds (DMS, e.g. 51°0‘.8“N and 0°7‘5.95“W) .

Information:

Rename the POIs as follows, if necessary:

CountryCode_Category1_Category2

, e.g.

"GB_Leisure_Golf.asc".

Ensure that country code and categories are separated in the file designation of POI lists.

Use underscores for this purpose. Only then can the device subsequently sort the POIs by country code and categories.

You can obtain the coordinates of your favourite locations by using external Internet sources, e.g. http://maps.google.com or

Google Earth.

The order and number of categories of

POIs must always remain the same within a list:

User POIs

Step 8 – Storing POI lists

 Click on Save All to save the changes and click on

OK.

The POI lists are saved to the location from where they were opened (e.g. on the hard disk).

Step 9 – Copying POI lists

(TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 200 only)

Click on Copy POI list.

A window opens in which you can select the target drive.

 Select the removable media drive and confirm with OK.

The POI lists are copied to the memory card.

You can now use your own POIs from the memory card with the device. (For further details, please read the long instructions, chapter "Navigation",

"Entering a point of interest").

Step 9 – Copying POI lists

(TravelPilot 300 only)

Click on Copy POI list and confirm with OK.

The POI lists are loaded into the memory.

If you remove the memory card from the device, the POIs are no longer available.

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Recovery

If necessary, the navigation software and road maps

– including the POIs that were preinstalled when the device was purchased – can be copied with TPAssist to a memory card and reinstalled in your device.

This requires:

TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 00:

Memory card with a capacity of at least 1 GB

TravelPilot 00:

Memory card with a capacity of at least GB

How do I restore the navigation software and road maps in my device?

Recovery

!

Caution

Every interruption of the installation may leads to errors in the device. For this reason:

Only remove the memory card after completing the installation.

Ensure that the power supply of the device is working (external power source or sufficiently charged battery).

Step 1 – Connecting the device

Connect the device with your computer using a

USB cable.

Step 2 – Using the memory card

Insert the memory card into the device.

 Switch on the device with the On/Off switch.

The computer recognises the device as a card reader.

As an alternative, you can also transfer the data to the memory card using a card reader.

Step 3 – Copying navigation software and road maps to the memory card

If you selected the Recover device option in the main menu, a window opens in which you can select the target drive.

 Select the removable media drive and confirm with OK.

The data are copied to the memory card.

To ensure that the program copies the correct data for your device, connect the device with the computer using a USB cable. If the device cannot be recognised, you can also continue the process without checking the device.

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Step 4 – Reinstalling the navigation software and road maps

 If you use the device as a card reader, please remove the memory card and then disconnect the device from your computer.

The device restarts.

The reinstallation can now be started:

Insert the memory card into the device.

Press and hold the On/Off switch for longer than 1 seconds while pressing and holding the

VOL – button until the first message appears on the display.

The installation is being performed.

 After completing the installation, remove the memory card.

Step 5 – After the installation

Perform the basic settings again. (For further details, please read the instructions, ch. "Performing basic settings")

Start the navigation.

Touch any point on the map.

The message "No data record available" is displayed.

Touch the OK button.

The list of available road maps is displayed.

Touch the desired road map in the list to select it.

Recovery

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Memory cards

Memory cards

You can use a memory card with the device for the following:

Own POI lists

Reinstalling the navigation software and road

maps (recovery)

How do I use memory cards with the device?

Step 1 – Preparing the memory card

The device accepts SD/SDHC and MMC cards. The maximum capacity of the memory cards is GB.

Connect a commercially available card reader or the device to your computer and insert a memory card.

Ensure that the memory card was formatted using the file system FAT 1 or FAT :

– To do so, select

My Computer

(PC) or

Finder

(Mac).

– Right-click on the removable media drive or the drive that appears and select

Format

>

FAT

(PC).

or

Click on

Programs

>

Utilities

>

Hard Disk Utilities

, select the memory card, and click on the

Delete

tab. Select the

MS-DOS File System

format, and clock on

Delete

(Mac).

Follow the instructions on the display.

Always use an empty memory card for applications with TPAssist. For safety reasons, you cannot delete any files with

TPAssist. If necessary, remove the files on your memory card using Explorer (PC) or

Finder (Mac).

Name the memory card, e.g. with "POI lists", to be able to keep track: For this purpose, you enter a description for the memory cards in the Format window (PC) or in the "Information" window (Mac: rightclick on the removable media drive).

Step 2 – Inserting the memory card in the device

Switch off the device with the front in the card slot until the card engages.

You can now switch the device on again and use it.

On/Off switch.

Insert your memory card with the contacts to the

Step 3 – Removing the memory card from the device

Carefully push on the memory card in the slot until it disengages.

The memory card is ejected from the slot.

 Remove the card.

Observe the marking on the card slot of the device.

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Special topic – POI lists

Special topic – POI lists

You can also copy POI lists independent of TPAssist to a memory card, rename them and create POI icons, so that they can be used with the device.

POI lists are available from external sources, e.g. via the Internet from POICON (www.poicon.com). The device supports Garmin-compatible file formats for

POI lists:

*.csv (comma-separated values)

*.asc (ASCII text format)

How do I use POI lists without

TPAssist?

Step 1 – Connecting the device

Connect the device with your computer using a

USB cable.

Step 2 – Using the memory card

(TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 200 only)

Insert the memory card into the device.

Switch on the device with the On/Off switch.

The computer recognises the device as a card reader.

As an alternative, you can also transfer the data to the memory card using a card reader.

Step 3 – Creating your own POIs

The device can only use POIs with the following format:

 Rename the POIs as follows, if necessary:

CountryCode_Category1_Category2,

e.g.

"GB Leisure Golf.asc".

Ensure that country code and categories are separated in the file designation of POI lists. Use underscores for this purpose. Only then can the device subsequently sort the POIs by country code and categories.

Enter the coordinates in decimal form (e.g.

51,5099 and -0,118) or as Degrees, Minutes and Seconds (DMS, e.g. 51°0‘.8“N and

0°7‘5.95“W) .

The order and number of categories of

POIs must always remain the same within a list:

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Step 4 – Copying POI lists to memory cards

(TravelPilot 100 and TravelPilot 200 only)

 Create a folder on the memory card and name it

"ownPOIs".

The device uses only POI lists stored in this folder.

Create a subfolder in the "ownPOIs" folder and name it "Hints".

Copy the POI lists into this folder to which you want to be directed during the navigation.

Next, copy the desired POI lists (including POI icons) to the memory card and into the folder

"ownPOIs" or "Hints".

Step 5 – Copying POI lists

(TravelPilot 300 only)

The device must be connected with your computer using a USB cable.

 Create a "ownPOIs" folder in the memory of the device.

The device uses only POI lists stored in this folder.

Create a subfolder in the "ownPOIs" folder and name it "Hints".

Copy the POI lists into this folder to which you want to be directed during the navigation.

Next, copy the desired POI lists (including POI icons) to the folder "ownPOIs" or "Hints".

Special topic – POI lists

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