LG LN400 Owner's manual
Portable
Navigation
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: LN400/600
Please read this manual
carefully before
operating your Navigation device.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs and specifications are subject to
change without notice for improvement.
Table of contents
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route
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Notesforsafety...........4-7
Navigating
Accessories...............8
Mapdescription.....................18
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Mapscreenbuttons..................19
Frontpanel..........................9
Side/Rearpanel....................10
Typeofview.....................20-21
Nameofeachpart.
Connecting
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Detachablesuctioncup...............13
Detachablefrontpanel................13
Attachablefrontpanel................13
Exterior GPS antenna installation
Connectingmemoryreader.
Disconnecting memory reader
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Installing
operation
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Locationicons......................19
Howtozoomandscroll...............20
Destination.............22-36
Menubutton........................22
Installation order for the stand
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Thedestinationmenu................22
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Navigatetoanaddress.
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Navigation to a point of interest
Navigatetoafavorite.................27
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Configuring Auto Alerts Category
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ConfiguringAutoAlertsItems
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Themenuscreen....................17
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FavoritesAlerts.....................29
Savetoafavorites...................30
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Navigatetoahistoryitem....
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Navigatetoapointonthemap.
Tripplanning.......................33
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Howtoyoutripplanning.
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Avoidroads........................36
Table of contents
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Options................37-39
Theoptionsmenu...................37
Brightness................48
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Showroute.........................37
Installingsoftware
Drivingdirections.................37-38
Turnbyturn........................38
Usingsoftware.
Cancelroute........................38
MenuandToolbaroverview
Play..............................39
Switchmap........................39
Help..............................39
Installthemap(s)....................52
Selectmapstoload..................52
Creatingyourownmaps..............53
Cuttingsmap(s).....................54
Routecutting.....................54-56
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Selectingpe-cutmaps.
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Selectingmapbyintersection
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Selecting map by points of interest
Selectingbysubregion...............59
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Loading newly created maps
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Removing map(s) from memory
About.............................39
Settings...............40-45
TheSettingsmenu...................40
GPSstatusandsettings..............40
Homebuttonsettings.................41
Generalsettings.....................41
Mapsettings........................42
Routesettings....................42-43
Alertsettings.......................44
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Visualnotifications................44-45
Look&Feel........................45
Glossary...............65-66
GPS.....................46
Specifications.............67
Calibration................47
Notes for
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safety
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER(OR BACK) NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle
The
intended to alert the
user
is
to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous
voltage within the product's enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
persons.
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance(servicing)
What is GPS?
The Global
Positioning System (GPS) is a
satellite-based navigation system made up of a
network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S.
Department of Defense. GPS was originally
intended for military applications, but in the 1980s,
the government made the system available for
civilian use. GPS works in any weather conditions,
anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day. There are no
subscription fees or setup charges to use GPS.
The exclamation
instructions in the literature
accompanying
the
appliance.
SD memory card
SD Memory Card in data terminal equipment may
have little reserve capacity due to a map data. In
separate SD Memory Card should be
purchased.
this case,
Notes for
Always operate the vehicle
in
a
safe
by the
navigation while driving, and always be
fully aware of all driving condition.
Minimize the amount of time spent
viewing the screen of the navigation while
driving and use voice prompts when
possible. Do not enter destinations,
change settings, or access any functions
requiring prolonged use of the unit's
controls while driving. Pull over in a safe
and legal manner before attempting such
operations.
manner.
Do not become distracted
Do not kink
place heavy objects
the power cable or
on the power cable.
Fire
damaged power
can
or crease
result from
safety
5
Immediately power off the player and
unplug the AC adapter if smoke or odors
emit from the player or adapter.
Fire can result from improper use.
Make
Fire
to insert the power plug
result from improper use.
sure
can
tightly.
Use
only the specified power adapter.
Using a different type of adapter may
damage the product.
(DC 10.5~16V)
The
appliance is
young children
not intended for
or
use
by
infirm persons without
supervision.
cables.
Unplug the AC adapter during electrical
storms. Electrical shock may result.
Do not handle power plug and adapter
with wet hands. Electrical shock may
result.
Note that malfunctions may occur if you
use the product in places where static
electricity
Do not
Do not
occurs
the
frequently.
product near water.
touch this product with wet hands.
use
Notes for
safety
6
Never
attempt to disjoin
product yourself.
Never
or
If the
product emits an unusual odor or
excessive heat, or you notice anything
else that seems unusual, do not use the
product and contact our Customer
repair the
product for other purposes
than those described in this guide.
use
Do not
low
the
use
for many hours at
extremely
high temperature.
(-10~60C)
or
Service Center.
Always use soft and dry cotton cloth
when cleaning the product.
Use of water/detergent/benzene/surfactants as cleaning agents is strictly prohibited.
When
Avoid to leave the
product
in hot
or
humid
place.
Take
special
product box,
attention when
owners
touching
pull out SD Memory Card during
the operation of navigation program.
Do not
the
manual and
It may
accessories to avoid cuts.
While
driving, keep the sound volume
attaching a navigation holder,
remove impurities in the area to attach
before attaching, and press suction
button to avoid falling.
at
cause a
a
Do not
proper level.
mechanical trouble.
use a
navigation
in the extended
period of time.
It may result in
Do not
drop
anytime.
it and avoid
heavy impact
at
discharge of battery.
Notes for
Please
obey the practical traffic
regulations.
For the safe drive, information on safe
driving spot and frequently occurred
accident spot is included.
Voice guidance and map route may differ
the
the
moving
product, separate
power from cigar jack and separate the
main body from holder or separate the
holder from window before moving.
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If you attach the vacuum disk on the glass for a long
period of time, the pressure in the disk slowly reduces
and the
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vacuum
Because it
can
dangerous when the Navigation
the dashboard
Navigation
?
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so
?
?
If you
apply too much force to adjust while the connecting arm is tightly fixed, it can deform the rubber
disk connecting all the components.
Even when the holder falls off, you can follow the
instructions again to reinstall and use it.
to
cannot be returned or refund-
This unit does not support that two stations' map
could be installed into the SD memory card.
The
precautions
vacuum
disk
can
easily
come
off from the
glass
due to differences in temperature between inside and
outside the window.
Summer
?
precautions
When the
for
a
vacuum
disk is
long period of time,
exposed
it
can
to the hot sunshine
deform the rubber disk
due to its characteristics.
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a
holder.
user
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ed.
sudden stop, install it close to
that the dashboard can support the
holder falls off from
damaged product due
negligence of the
disk falls off.
be
Please note that
Winter
from the actual traffic condition.
When
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safety
Remove the
vacuum
disk and store it
separately when parking for
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long period of time.
a
The
internally installed battery can be damaged when
kept at direct sunlight in the car for a long period of
time due to increased internal temperature.
Separate the set and store it in a cool place.
When the temperature of the
reduce the life span or cause
battery rises, it
an explosion.
can
Accessories
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Main Set
Cover Stand
Stylus
SD
Suction-Cup
Memory
Mount
Reader
Memory
Card
Contents may be
changed
Pen
without notices.
Manual
Map CD
Cigar Light
Adapter
Exterior GPS
(Optional)
Name of each
Front
1
panel
3
signals.
PowerOn./Off-button
(Press for
1
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GPS Antenna
Receive the satellite
2
part
a
short time / Press for
a
long time)
Left LED
Guidance function
the left turn in
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2
4
3
7
4
8
5
9
the map level.
Zoom Out button
Reduce the map level.
6
Home
(Menu)
button
Move to the main
the
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To activate the
function
through
LCD screen, press the screen with stylus
pen or finger as a finger touch mode.
menu
at
Zoom In button
Enlarge
5
by flickering sign
driving.
7
previous
Right LED
menu
screen/move to
screen.
Guidance function
right
8
turn in
Volume
by flickering sign
driving.
Up
Sound is louder.
9
Volume Down
Sound is softer.
10 LCD
Screen
display according
to menu.
at the
Name of each
10
Side / Rear
part
panel
1
Speaker
Possible to get
1
1
2
a
voice
guidance
service.
Memory Card Slot
Save the latest map.
3
Reset button
Re-start the program in data terminal
4
equipment.
Stylus Pen
5
Power
Pocket
Supply
Jack
2
deleting or altering the map data in SD Memory
Card randomly, it may cause a trouble in the
navigation function.
If
3
4
5
Connecting
Installation order for the stand
navigation
Select
a
supplied
car
holder to
device.
proper
place
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Moisten the suction cup and
car
Connect the
devices
holder
on
position
the windscreen in such
the
a
way
that you can see the navigation screen
without difficulty and so that it does not
hinder
clear view of the road.
a
in the front window.
Lock the suction cap in
Press the
vacuum
place.
lever until you hear
a
click.
Connecting
12
Adjust
the holder
matching
devices
with the user's
eye level.
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This
navigation player and its automotive
adapter are designed for use in vehicles that
have 12V, negative ground electrical systems.
(This is standard for most vehicles.)
If your vehicle has a different type of electrical
system, the DC power system cannot be used.
?
6
Use the
supplied cigar lighter adapter as
required to connect the navigation system
to the vehicle's power supply in order to
supply the power during the journey.
When
attaching
impurities in the
a
navigation holder,
area
to attach before
and press suction button to avoid
?
?
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Adjust the direction of
disturbing the driving.
Adjust
it to the
Be careful of
angle
falling
remove
attaching,
falling.
holder to prevent it from
you
the
can see
navigation
well.
from window
when you drive.
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the supporter, it can vibrate from
the vibration from itself. Attach the supporter
When
using
close to the dashboard
as
much
as
you
can.
Connecting
Detachable suction cup
Align
A
stopper.
place.
Push the front
panel.
panel
or
panel
into the
panel.
?You
Pull the front
the bottom side of the
panel
Press the "A" to open the front
A
panel
clicks.
Pull the suction cup "B".
Detachable front
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Attachable front
B
Unlock the suction cup "A" in
devices
must open the GPS antenna
before
attaching
the front
panel.
with
panel
until
Connecting
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devices
Connect it to the
Exterior GPS antenna installation
backside of
product has GPS
satellite signals.
This
connecting jack in the
main body GPS antenna.
antenna to receive the
Exterior antenna, the separate purchase, may
improve the receiving condition of satellite
signals
when the
Select the
signals
place
are
poor.
to attach an exterior
antenna, and attach the exterior GPS
antenna.
?
?
Exterior antenna is
separate purchase.
Attach it to the metallic surface in
roof of
car.
antenna is
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a
Arrange
(The bottom surface
a magnet-based.)
a
hood
or
of exterior GPS
the connection lines in order after the
attachment of antenna to prevent them from
obstructing
your
driving.
Connecting
Connecting
memory reader
Remove the memory reader
devices
Disconnecting memory
Wait until you get
cover.
2 Plug the SD card into the port of your
memory reader.
Plug the memory reader into the USB port
of your computer.
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message saying that you
the device before
a
safely unplug
disconnecting the USB
can
The safe
reader
remove
cable.
icon is in the system tray
next to the clock.
2 Click
on
the icon to
eject
the
the computer and select the
player
'Safely
from
remove'
message.
There will be
now
displayed in the PC tray
successfully connected.
The icon is
You
if
message indicating that it is
safe to disconnect the player.
a
go ahead and unplug the
memory reader from the PC.
can now
Before
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Installing
the
operation
navigation
software
The
navigation software and the digital map
material are supplied on the memory card.
Installation occurs relatively automatically.
The
navigation
(Map
data is loaded in the
Navigation
informs the
Navigation
device
Place the memory card in the
system's
The
card and
can
navigation
software is stored
be started
background)
software's start
screen
user.
on.
memory card slot.
navigation
few seconds
a
to start.
The
Switch the
device needs
on
the
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Confirm that you have understood this by
tapping the appropriate "Agree" button.
immediately.
It may take some time until the GPS
receiver has acquired enough satellites
during initial
equipment.
use
of the GPS
navigation
Before
The
guides you to your final
destination by voice prompts and a mapping
screen, showing crossroads, city names and
much more. It also provides various
map-guiding modes and the approximate time
left to your destination. For your safety, it
also lets you know when to make a turn, by
means of a blinking lamp on the left/right
side.
If your Navi appears to be unstable, please
check the satellite acquisition signals
the GPS antenna; tapping into the
"GPS" menu and resetting the GPS status
received
may
by
help you
number of parameters you can
the navigation to make it operate
to
rectify
the situation.
If the touch screen of your device doesn't
seem to work correctly. you can adjust it with
calibrate, the
set on
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menu screen
This function
There
operation
screen
measuring
function.
are a
according
to your
particular
needs.
Initially your device
default setting.
has the
backlight
set to a
Navigating
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a
route
Map description
There
map
are
various buttons and icons
screen
that
are
used to
plan
on
the
and view
a
route.
1
Driving
2
Compass
3
View selector icon
4
Menu icon
5
Route details icon
6
7
GPS-generated statistics
Length scale indicator
98
8
Current location
9
Home icon
10
10 Battery
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11
1
23
456
7
directions icon
icon
status indicator
GPS status icon
icon
Navigating
route
a
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Displays details about your route, such as
ETR(Estimated Time of Remaining) and
Location icons
the distance to your destination.
Shows your current location while in
navigation mode.
This is not your current location, because
there is no valid GPS information at this
Displays GPS-generated information, such
as laltitude, longitude coordinates,
geographic position, current location,
altitude, and speed. The icon indicates the
next item to be displayed.
time.
Calculates
Shows your last known GPS location while
in navigation mode.
Shows the
origin
in
planner
mode.
a
route to a
screen
power is low,
buttons
Toggles between 2D, 2D night, 3D, 3D
night view. The icon indications the next
view to be
display.
Lets you define and plan your route via
the destination menu. Also allows you to
access
a
status. When the
the
settings
options
menu.
menu
and
a
battery
message box will appear.
Displays GPS status,
Toggles between turn by turn details and
complete list of driving direction.
Shows magnetic direction as you move.
or
address.
Displays battery
Map
pre-set POI
such
as
information
about your satellite fix, and the latitude,
longitude and altitude of your position.
The icon appears green when there is a
GPS fix, and red when there is no GPS
fix. Also
provides
settings
screen.
a
link to the GPS
Navigating
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How to
The Zoom scroll bar
can
Types
Zoom Out
Map Settings button) you
(- Expand)
on
(Settings
can use
the
the
Menu
When Automatic
can zoom
The
icon
the map screen toggles
between 4 types of views: 2D, 2D Night, 3D
and 3D Night. The icon indicates the next
view to be
The 2D view is the
view. This is the default map
view. In this view, the map is
is not selected, you
out manually and it will
zoom
on
scroll the map by holding your stylus
the screen, and dragging the image in any
straight-
forward two-dimensional
dynamically updated, and
allows for manual panning
and zooming.
remain at that level.
You
displayed.
2D
2DV
iew
View
inactivity.
in or zoom
on
zoom
buttons to override the auto zoom, but the
zoom will return to its previous level after
several seconds of
of view
be used to Zoom In
With Automatic zoom selected
b
route
and scroll
zoom
(+ Magnify) or to
displayed map.
a
can
direction.
2D
V iew
Night View
This is
high contrast,
two-dimensional view,
optimized for night driving
or
a
adverse weather
conditions. The map is
dynamically updated, and
allows for manual
and
zooming.
panning
Navigating
3D
iew
3DV
View
The 3D view is
a
simplified
three-dimensional view
showing the map
in
a
basic
3D relief. It shows the basic
relief
(outline) and details of
the surrounding roads and
general area.
3D
V iew
Night View
The 3D
night view is a
simplified three-dimensional
view with high-contrast
coloration optimized for
night driving or adverse
weather conditions.
Zoom function is not
supported
in 3D
view.
(This function makes
bigger or smaller.)
the
viewing angle
a
route
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Destination
22
Menu button
The
menu
icon
The destination
opens the Destination
menu.
and
the icon of the
icons at
allows you to cycle
between the Destination menu, the Options
menu
At the map screen, click
the Destination
Click the
and the
screen
Settings
menu
You
can
icon to open
menu.
choose your destination from the
following options.
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menu.
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Address list
Point of Interest
(POI)
?
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?
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list
Favorites list
History list
Trip Planner list
Avoid Roads list
From your current
calculated and
position, the route is
displayed as a blue line.
The green
triangle
represents your
Origin (or departure point).
Origin
Route
Destination
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to
Navigate
an
address
When you navigate to an address,
there are several ways of defining
your destination. You can navigate to
destination by selecting an address, a
ZIP/Postal Code,
or an
a
intersection.
Lets you search for an address by first
entering the Street, then the City, then the
Number.
Lets you search for an address by first
entering the ZIP/Postal code, then the
Street, then the Number.
Click
on
this button
Lets you search for an address by first
entering the Street, then the ZIP/Postal
to
change your
search type
code, then the Number.
Lets you search for an intersection by
entering the City, the first Street, then the
The default order for
entering your
destination is
Street
clicking
through
on
City
the
b
b
icon, you
Number, but by
Move
a cursor
to left.
cycle
specifying your
Move
a cursor
to
can
the different ways of
intersecting Street.
address.
Change
to
capital
Deletes the
Lets you search for an address by first
entering the City, then the Street, then the
Number.
cursor
right.
/ lowercase
previous
position.
Inserts
a
position.
alphabet.
character at the
space at the
cursor
Destination
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For
the
example, to navigate to an address using
City b Street b Number search other
Click
"Region"
across
several
if you
navigating a
maps. Highlight your
are
route
not see the
Region
Click
and
the
keyboard to enter
the first few characters of the city name.
The scroll list will update accordingly.
use
expand the list for easier
scrolling. You can also change your
keyboard from uppercase to lowercase by
clicking
3
4
the
6 Once you
are
keyboard.
have entered your destination,
several
options
available
toolbar found at the top of the
Calculates and
line
"City"
Click
"Number" and enter the number
icon to
icon.
on
on
the
screen.
displays your
route, which is shown
option.)
2
using
there
selection from the list of installed maps.
(If the map "major loads of Europe" is not
installed, you will
5 Click
as a
blue
the map.
Shows the destination
map and
displays
on
the
its details.
Allows you to add the
destination to your Favorites
Folder, or to set it as your
Origin.
Click "Street" to
display a list of street
names for the selected city. Select the
street name by entering the first few
characters or by scrolling down the list
(eg: Birch, Ave).
Not all cities/towns
are
mapped
to the
street level. In such cases, the software will
display Street data not found. You
navigate to the city as selected.
can
still
As you drive, the navigation provides you
with turn-by-turn voice and visual
directions, letting you know when your
next turn is due.
Destination
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If you don't know the entire name of a city or
street, type in part of the name and click the
Navigate
point
of interest
The Points of Interest
icon.
This will
display a list
your typed sequence.
of all
For
on a
more
to a
information
Number click
icon to
names
containing
City, Street
or
display details about
city, street name, and
the location, such as its
latitude and longitude coordinates.
(POI)
(POI)
list is
a
collection of
potential destinations of
interest in predefined categories. POIs are
identified on the map by various icons.
POI navigation is especially handy when you
need to find a facility, attraction or amenity by
category
or
type.
For
example, you can ask the navigation to
guide you to the closest bank, mall, hotel,
restaurant, gas station, etc.
1
From the Destination Menu, press the POI
icon.
2
Click
"Region"
across
several
if you
navigating a
maps. Highlight your
are
route
selection from the list of installed maps.
(If only one map is installed, you will not
see
the
Region option.)
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3 Click "Category"
and
selection from the
For
example,
airport.
At this
within
we can
category
clicking the
categories.
search for the nearest
can
on
display
Press
With
Airports highlighted, tap "Items"
display a list of Airports in your area.
The POIs
are
the map
to
listed in order of distance.
alphabetically,
click
icon.
all the items
screen
by
icon beside any of the
5 Highlight
your choice and click
to calculate your route. The route is shown
the map as
GPS position.
on
When selected, the icon will appear
icon.
4
To sort them
point, you
a
highlight your
list of POI categories.
as
to return to the map screen.
6 You
can
tination
select
a
blue line from your current
to
preview your
the map, or click
add the destination to your Favorites
to
on
set it as your
Origin. Select Settings
des-
or to
to
define your Search Radius and Search
Center.
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27
Navigate
You
(The
to
can
a
3 Highlight
favorite
select
a
and easy
retrieval. You can also save, edit or delete
destinations from this folder.
1
stored
by you
for
quick
From the Destination menu, click the
"Favorites" icon. Your list of Favorites
categories
is
2 Highlight My
displayed.
Favorites and tap "Items".
A list of stored items is
The route is shown
the map as a blue
line from your current GPS position.
save an
item to your favorites list.)
A favorite is an address or destination
previously
to calculate your route.
destination from
your list of stored favorites.
next section describes how to
displayed.
your selection and click
4
You
can
on
also select
your destination
on
to
the map,
or
to edit or delete your
to set it as your
Origin.
preview
press
choice,
or
Destination
28
Configuring
Auto Alerts
An Automatic Alert refers to
configure
so
can
configure
a
an
certain distance of the
distance than the second.
4
two distances for each
are
will first alert you when you
within the first distance and then alert you
of three
one
Auto Alerts 1,
Auto Alerts 2, and Favorites Alerts.
1
predefined categories
pull-down
menus, select
a
will alert you when the
distance between your current traveling
The
navigation
when you are within the second.
Automatic Alerts must be stored in either
From the
distance for each enabled alert.
Automatic Alert.
The
enable both alerts, check both boxes.
Or, you can disable one of the alerts by
clearing the box next to it. If you configure
two alerts, the first must have a greater
item that you
that the navigation will alert you
when you are within
item's location.
You
Category
3 To
-
navigation
position
and the location of the alert
equals
the distance you enter here.
5 Close the
Edit
6 To display the
menu.
map of items in the Auto
Alerts category, check the box to the left of
the category name, just as you would to
From the Destination
dialog,
select
display
Favorites.
2 Highlight
configure
menu.
map
positions
of Items in any other
category.
the Auto Alerts folder you want to
and select Edit... from the Tools
7
Select Save to
complete
the
configuration.
Destination
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Configuring
You
Auto Alerts Items
of
an
change
item to
Alerts 1
something
other than Auto
Auto Alerts 2, it will no longer
function as an auto alert. Only those items in
or
Auto Alert 1 and Auto Alert 2 will
categories
function
1
as
automatic alerts.
From the Destination
Favorites to
2 Highlight
a
dialog, select
display all the categories.
category and then select Items
from the upper
category
are
You
can
change
category of
the name, comment, and
category of any item in Auto Alerts 1 or Auto
Alerts 2. Note that if you change the category
can
4
menu
bar. All items in the
displayed.
3 Highlight the alert
you want to edit and
select Edit from the tools menu.
an
the name, comment, and
item. You cannot
change
any other information.
5 Close the edit window.
If you change the category, the item will
be moved out of the current category.
Only
those items found in either Auto
Alerts 1
or
Auto Alerts 2 will function
as
auto alerts.
Favorites Alerts
From the Favorites folder, you can add
Category called Favorites Alerts.
These alerts function the
Alerts, but
can
be used
same
way
specifically
as
a new
Auto
for items
from your list of Favorites, such as your
favorite restaurants and places of interest.
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Save to
a
favorites
When
selecting a Destination
use regularly, you can save it
personalized Favorites list.
At the map screen, click
the Destination
2
which you may
to your
you
icon to open
menu.
Select and
specify your desired destination
as described previously, be it from
Address, POI, History or Contacts.
3 To
save
the location in your Favorites
folder, click
icon and select
Favorites. The Edit Item
is
displayed.
Properties
Enter
screen
a name
and comment that will
recognize
Enter
a new
help
the item in future.
category
name or
select
an
and press "Save".
Your favorite destination has now been
existing
one
stored for future
use.
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Navigate
to
a
history
item
History allows you to select an
existing destination from a list of
previously traveled routes. The software
automatically stores the last few destinations
in memory. As each new route is added to
the top of the list, the older destinations at
the bottom
are
erased.
2 Highlight
your selection and click
to calculate your route.
The route is shown
the map as a blue
line from your current GPS position.
3 You
can
on
also select
your destination
on
to
the map,
preview
or
to edit or delete your
to set it as your
1
From the Destination Menu, press the
"History" button to display your
previously traveled routes.
list of
Origin.
press
choice,
or
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Navigate
You
to a
point
on
the map
point on the map by
tapping its location directly on the map
screen. This feature is especially handy when
you want to navigate to a specific point you
can
navigate
3 To
clear the
screen
cursor
dialog, just tap
the
again.
to any
the map, but you don't have its street
address.
see on
If you need to reset the point of Origin,
tap the map screen to open the Cursor
Dialog, and select "Set as Origin".
All
the
new
route calculations will use this as
starting point,
but
only
if you
are
in
Planner Mode.
Navigation Mode, your current GPS
location is always your Origin.
In
Dialog Box on the
Map Screen
1
Use the
a
stylus to scroll or drag the map to
specific point, and then tap the desired
location.
2
A
dialog box displays the address of that
point, and lets you select whether you want
to navigate to it, recalculate your route, add
the point to your Favorites, or set it as your
Origin (if you are in Planner Mode).
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Trip planning
is useful when you have
more than one destination along your
route. This process is similar to the
Trip planning
procedures
used to enter
destination and initiate
or
select
1
How to you
trip planning
Ensure you
in Planner Mode.
this, click
a
Settings
navigation, except
that you must be in Planner Mode.
are
2
icon and
cycle
To do
to the
Menu.
Click
icon and for
Routing mode,
select Planner mode.
When you click
the Route is
calculated in stages, from the departure
,
point
waypoint. Once you've reached
the first waypoint, the route is recalculated to
the second waypoint, and then recalculated
to the third waypoint, and so on.
to the first
3
Press the
the map
4
button to
save
screen.
At the map screen, click
select
menu.
and return to
icon and
icon from the Destination
Destination
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5
From the tool bar at the top of the screen,
click
6 Enter the
trip
folder.
of your
trip
folder and
press Save. You can now enter the
waypoints of your trip.
icon and select Add to
create a
name
7 Highlight
your
Waypoints
8
trip folder,
and press
above to define your
waypoints.
From the tool bar at the bottom, click
and select Add to define your
waypoints.
9 Select the address
of your first
waypoint.
If this is the first time you are using Trip
Planner you will need to create a Trip
Folder in which to store your trip details.
You can use any name. For this example
we
will be
using My trip.
waypoint? A waypoint
or break in your journey, along a
predefined route.
What is
a
is
a
stop
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10
In the Edit
WayPoint Properties screen,
you can change the name or details of the
waypoint. Press "Save" to add to your
trip. Repeat steps 6 to 9 to enter all the
waypoints.
13
You
can
also click
on
14
To calculate the route, click
your current GPS
Select the
to view the
complete
route. The first
is shown
as
part of the
double blue lines. The
remaining parts of the route are
a series of single line vectors.
12 Using
shown in
or
change the order of your
waypoints to suit your purposes.
,
you
can
route
b
Optimize, which will automatically sort
waypoints for the most effective and
quickest route.
The route is shown
11
Tools
as a
blue line from
position.
the
.
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3 Tap
Avoid Roads
You
can
specify
prefer
highlight it
To preview
to
not travel on any toll roads.
1
Items to list all the roads in
highlighted category.
To specify restrictions
that certain roads be
excluded from your route
calculations. For example, you may
on
for
and click
a
a
particular road,
or
highlighted
a
road
.
on
the map
and select Show.
screen, click
From the Destination Menu, click Avoid
Roads button to
display
a
list of road
categories.
4
2
To
place
restrictions
on a
desired road
category, highlight Restrictions and click
or
Click
to suit your
to add a new
preference.
category.
Once you have
specified your
restrictions, press
screen.
road
to return to the map
Options
The
options
Driving
menu
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directions
This function
displays
a
visual list of
your route, distances to each
maneuver, and street names. By using the
scroll bar
scroll
the
on
the
through
maneuver
hand side, you can
the entire route. Tapping on
right
twice
displays
route. Voice and visual
The
Menu
choices for
Options
provides
displaying your route, displaying your driving
directions, canceling a route, playing and
recording a route, switching maps, selecting
your mode of travel, and getting help with
basic navigation.
that part of the
prompts (displayed
the top of the screen) are provided at
intervals to indicate your next turn or
varying
change
of direction.
Show route
This
the
option displays your route on
map screen in its entirety, plus
details such
to your
as
the address of and distance
destination, the ETR (Estimated Time
Remaining).
Displays your route on the map
screen in its entirety, plus details
such
the address of your
destination, ETR.
as
at
Options
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Cancels and clears the route from
the map
Displays
the list
screen.
the street name, distance to it, and
an arrow diagram to indicate the
turn. You can also use the Prev and
Next
arrows to
scroll to the
previous
or next turn.
by
turn
This view indicates the distance to
the
on
highlighted portion of
the map screen, including
Turn
your next turn, and the name of the
next street immediately after completing the
previous
turn.
Voice and visual prompts are displayed at
varying intervals to indicate your next turn
change
or
of direction.
Will recalculate your route to
exclude this particular turn or
maneuver.
Cancel route
Cancels and clears the route from the
map
screen.
Options
Help
Play
This feature allows you to record
your route as you're traveling, and
it back on the map screen at a
later time. From the Play/Record screen, you
can record a route, play back a route, change
then to
the
play
speed
of the
playback,
recordings. Pressing
map
and delete
returns you to the
screen.
Switch map
This feature lets you switch between
your maps. The Switch Maps screen
also
39
displays
details and version numbers of
your maps, and allows you to delete maps.
This button launches
help
file with basic
an
abbreviated
navigational
definitions and instructions.
About
Displays
software version and details
about your
navigation application.
Settings
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The
settings
menu
To view your GPS
You
.
The
Settings Menu allows you to change the
settings which determine how your route is
calculated or displayed.
GPS status and
configuration,
can access
button via the
Settings
by clicking
the
on
Menu
icon
click
on
the
this
b
on
GPS Status,
the map
screen.
settings
Navigation uses GPS signals to
pinpoint your location. In Navigation
mode, the software automatically acquires
GPS signals and constantly updates your
vehicle's location and position. The GPS may
The
take
a
?
Baud Rate
?
Protocol
?
initially.
has
a
:
Transmission rate of data.
Default is NMEA.
:
Find GPS
Defines the Communications Port.
:
?
few minutes to find its current location
For best results, ensure that the GPS
clear view of the sky.
COM Port
:
Searches for and locates the GPS
signal.
?
Set GPS
:
Sets the GPS Configuration.
or
Settings
Home button
General
settings
The Home Button
Settings
button lets
you define an address or POI as your
home destination. Whenever you want to
navigate to your home destination
(for example,
the nearest gas
station),
41
settings
The General
Settings
screen
allows
you to choose the unit of
measurement for your route.
click
icon.
In the Home Button
screen, select
either POI Mode or Address Mode to set your
All distances
desired destination.
z Imperial (Miles and yards)
Settings
are
displayed
in
metric units.
z Metric (Kilometers and meters)
Now, when you click
will
automatically
destination.
icon, the Navigation
calculate
a
route to this
imperial
or
Settings
42
Route
Map settings
The
Map Settings
screen
customize your map
lets you
settings
The Route
Settings
screen
lets you
choose the parameters for route
calculation.
display.
Orientation
Map Orientation
z Forward is up
Orients the map
direction is
so
always
z North is up
Orients the map
so
Routing
that your forward
at the top.
that north is
always
z Navigation Mode
Provides voice instructions
at the
global positioning system (GPS)
to constantly detect your current position.
As you drive, your location is compared to the
Zoom Mechanism
zoom
will return to its
previous level after several seconds of inactivity.
Map
you drive.
This mode is the one you will use most
frequently. Destinator ND uses the
as
satellite-based
top.
z Automatic Zoom
Ensures that the
Mode
Font
z Use large labels
Increases the size of street
map easier to read.
destination you have chosen and you will be
constantly provided with accurate driving
directions. Even if you accidentally drive off
course, Destinator ND will direct you back on
track.
names
to make the
Settings
z Planner Mode
You set an origin and
Destinator ND
urn
U
Turn
UT
a
destination, and
map that shows you
the route. In this mode of operation, the
displays
a
satellite-based
global positioning system (GPS)
is not used. Your current position is not
detected and Destinator ND does not keep track
of your driving progress. Use Planner Mode for
trip planning.
Route
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Usage
Usage
z U Turn enabled
If you select this option, the route will be
calculated by including any U Turns that are
needed. If you clear this option, the route will be
calculated without any U Turns. (This feature is
included because
make U
some
drivers
prefer
not to
Turns.)
generation
generation
z Quickest route
The navigation calculates the route by picking
the shortest distance and highest speed limits.
z Shortest route
The navigation calculates the route by picking
the shortest distance.
Route
generation excludes any detours,
stops or delays along the route.
Settings
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Alert
Visual notifications
settings
This
screen
displays warnings
and
alerts which, when selected, will
provide voice prompts.
Voice Prompts
Voice
z Over the Speed Limit
Gives you a voice prompt when your car exceeds
the speed limit on this section of the road.
z Route Recalculation
If you deviate from the original route, Destinator
ND automatically recalculates a new route and
updates
ETR and distances.
z Low Signal
Warns that you
are
in
an area
The Visual Notifications
z GPS Not Found
Alerts you if the GPS signal is lost,
removed from the GPS receiver.
or
signal.
if power is
z Drive Carefully
Friendly reminder at the start of each journey.
lets
you choose how the Navigation
notifies you of your upcoming turns.
V
V isual Notifications
z Text
Visual notification is
z
displayed
in written form.
Symbols
Visual notification is
(as
an arrow
displayed
diagram).
z None
No visual prompts
of low GPS
screen
Turning lights
Turning
are
in
pictorial form
displayed.
enabled
enabled
z Turning lights enabled
Select this box to enable the Turning Light
feature.
Settings
displayed in written form.
There are red or blue LED lights installed on
both sides of the Navigation Device. The
Navigation Device software prompts the lights
to indicate upcoming manoeuvre.
Visual notification is
The LED's
on
indicate turns
LED's
on
Look & Feel
The Look & Feel
allows you to
customize the sound and appearance
of the
right side of the device will
and exits to the right, and the
the
screen
Navigation.
the left side of the device will indicate
turns and exits to the left.
When the
turning lights feature is enabled, the
LED's will blink at
the
?
?
a
rate of
once
following distances from the
per second at
manoeuvre.
At 500 meters from the manoeuvre, the blue
LED will blank for 5 seconds.
manoeuvre.
(The blinking
will
stop after
z Voice Prompts
Default or change to different voice.
At 30 meters from the manoeuvre, the red
LED will blank until you reach the
manoeuvre.
(The blinking
will
stop after 30
seconds.)
Recalculating
will
1
See Destinator Community at
www.destinator1.com.
Community, login and select Skin
Designer.
Click
minute).
?
Look &
& Feel Screen
Screen
At 250 meters from the manoeuvre, the blue
LED will blank until you are 30 meters from
the
canceling your
the LED's from blanking.
or
route will
stop
45
on
z Skin
Default skin
different
skins,
See Destinator Community at
or
if available.
www.destinator1.com.
Community, login and select Skin
Designer.
Click
on
GPS
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'Satellite' tells you which satellite signals are
acquired (by the device's antenna) from all
The GPS function
that
are
PDOP is
available.
an
abbreviation of Positional Dilution
of Precision, HDOP of Horizontal Dilution of
Precision and VDOP of Vertical Dilution of
Precision.
The numerical values for three
are
literally
'the smaller, the better'.
At the
If your Navi appears to be unstable, please
check the satellite acquisition signals
the GPS antenna; tapping into the
"GPS" menu and resetting the GPS status
received
may
by
help you
to
rectify
the situation.
Once you get into the second screen, you will
find something like a GPS dashboard.
There, 'State' gives the overall performance of
the GPS antenna in terms of acquiring
satellite
2D/3D
signals,
where V
means success.
means
failure and
bottom, you can see cells with unique
numbers in them, which represent the
respective satellites, and graphic bars with
figures below them, which show the current
detailed status in
obtaining
a
signal
from
each satellite.
If you want to start afresh, tap the Reset
button. The GPS antenna will start all over
When you change of area, it is
recommended to press on the reset button.
again.
pressing the GPS RESET, it can
take long to locate of the GPS satellite.
(Generally it is recommended not to
press it.)
When
Calibration
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The CALIBRATION function
If the touch screen of your device doesn't
seem to work correctly
not responding
-
accurately to your stylus taps
adjust it with CALIBRATE, the
screen-measuring
-
you
can
function.
adjustment, the LCD display screen
able to perform and react correctly.
After this
may be
To
the calibration, tap and hold the
center of the target. When the target moves to
begin
another
position, tap
and hold
Repeat the same step
the adjustment.
If the touch screen of your device doesn't
seem to work correctly
not responding
-
accurately to your stylus taps
adjust it with CALIBRATE, the
screen-measuring
you
can
function.
adjustment, the LCD display screen
able to perform and react correctly.
After this
may be
-
to
again.
complete
Once the calibration is
complete, a new
screen with a message starting "New
calibration settings have been measured"
will
appear.
If you feel OK with the
touch the screen.
Otherwise, press the
the original menu.
changed settings, just
button to return to
Brightness
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Once you customize it, the settings will
remain till the next change.
The BRIGHTNESS function
To open the BRIGHTNESS screen, tap the
'BRIGHTNESS' button on the home screen.
Three icons will appear there, each indicating
a different degree of brightness; the one at
provides the darkest LCD, the one in
the middle gives a moderately lit LCD, and the
one at the right produces the brightest LCD
the left
screen.
Initially your device
default setting.
has the
backlight
screen
However, according the time of day
other
set to a
--
daytime
conditions
nighttime
physical
personal needs, you can select the most
suitable navigation view, at the most
comfortable level, by adjusting the brightness
or
of the
-
screen.
or
By tapping, just choose whichever you wish.
If you are completely satisfied with the
change you have made in the brightness
setting, just touch the "SAVE" button on the
or
--
unless, that is, you
change by clicking
want to undo the
.
Brightness setting is not available
connecting to AC adapter.
without
software
Installing
chapter will guide you through the
Navigation installation, map installation,
This
and
activation.
1
Insert the
3 After reading
the Welcome message click
Next.
4
Navigation
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We recommend that you
directory
Or, if you
software CD into the
PC's CD-ROM drive, and the Navigation
software installer screen appears
follow the
your PC and click Next.
wish to install to a different
directory
onscreen
5 Select the default
6 An
instructions.
Destinator
language
for
"Next".
installation confirmation window is
displayed. Click
7
click Browse and
Navigation. Click
your
the default
on
installation
automatically.
use
"Next".
A status window indicates the progress of
the installation.
8 Click
2
From the Select
language pop-up highlight
your language preference and click "OK".
"Finish" to exit installer program.
This program needs the following minimal
system requirements for your computer.
OS
:
HDD
Windows 98SE/ME/NT/2000/XP
Space
:
At least 500MB
Using
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software
Menu and Toolbar overview
T oolbar
z Install / Remove Map
Dual function of installing
maps
or
removing old
File Menu
new or
self created
not used maps to
save
z Cut Map
Cut your selection from
memory.
z Cut Map
Allows you to create and cut
own
selection of
map(s)
z Favorites Importer
You can download
list of locations from your
PC to your Navigation device to any category
within Favorites.
a
z Quick Activation
Launches the process for activating your
Navigation device using the Quick Activation
method. If you have a PPCPE device, you might
consider activating your product by using the
SMS Activation method described in Section 3.4
SMS Activation.
z Install and Remove Maps
Install new or remove old maps.
a
z Exit
Close down the program.
large map.
Using
Help
software
51
Menu
z Destinator Customer Support
Contact Destinator information.
Tool Menu
z Select Target Device
Select where to load map.
z Manual Registration on the Web
Destinator Community Registration web page.
z Remove Maps
Remove old or unused maps to
z About Destinator Console
Version of Destinator Console.
save on
memory.
z Refresh map data
Load new map(s) and refresh installed map
window.
z Favorites Importer
You can download
list of locations from your
PC to your navigation to any category within
Favorites.
a
z Language
Select your Language to install Destinator in
(default English).
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1
Using
software
Install the
map(s)
From
device" Click
"Target
Select maps to load
Change
choose where to install maps.
You can install the map(s) to the
to
navigation
plugged
main memory, to a storage card
into the external Flash Reader with
1
Removable Disk.
2
In the Select
Target
where to install
The
dialog, highlight
maps (eg: Storage Card)
of
Device window
Target
the map(s),
displays
and the available
the storage card
or
the size
room on
main memory.
map(s) you wish to load by
clicking on the map image or selecting
them from the list.
device
and click "OK".
Select the
(√)
2
represents
a
Click
selected map to install.
icon.
A Confirmation
Dialog
is
displayed.
Press the "OK" button to install the
map(s),
the "Cancel" button to exit map
installation and return to select map(s).
or
A status window will indicate the progress
of the map installation.
3 When
a
the map installation has
successfully
Press "OK".
completed,
loaded message appears.
software
Using
Creating
your
Living in "A", but
ing directions for
own
need
From "Standard
map(s) you
map image
(√)
2
represents
Click
simple
Map
window select the
Maps"
by clicking
the
on
them from the list.
selected map to install.
icon.
A Confirmation
Dialog
is
the OK button to install
displayed, press
the map(s), or the
Cancel button to exit map installation and
return to select map(s). The selected map
is
temporally
loaded to hard disk.
displayed
icon
selected
4
area or
city
on screen
on a
region,
area
to
to
"Crop" (to
be cut).
5 Click
around
icon.
area
to cut
or
"POI"
to select a sub-
select
(Draws
--
Then
of interest.
"Zoom",
or
-
section, zone,
Use the toolbar for "Address"
selection,
selecting
a
to use Cut
map is
Click
only
wish to load
or
maps
the map and driv"B" ? Well Destinator has
made that easy with its
tool.
1
3 The
53
a
rectangular
Rectangle
your selection)
a
Using
54
software
Route
Cutting map(s)
1
cutting
Software supports route
Click
icon to create that selected
zone
(map).
cutting, which allows
you to create a map composed of a travel
route. To create the route, you specify two or
more points. After the route has been created
you can create a map from it and download
the map to your Navigation.
1
2
Enter
an
unique
name as
the
new
"Estimate"
gives
map
4
Click "Cut".
To
automatically
store the
your computer.
Destinator creates
newly
cut map
default
directory on
your computer, C:\DestinatorApps\New
Maps, where all cut maps are stored.
5 Click
b
"OK". From
a
Maps Cutter,
"Return to Console".
to the
program).
(You
click "File"
are
2
Click
map is
3
Click
icon. An
displayed
returned
pane.
enlarged image
of the
in the left-hand pane.
icon. Notice the additional
window that is
on
of the
map.
the size of the
selected map. Do you have enough
memory available? Click "OK".
one
standard maps. The route you create will
be restricted to the area of the predefined
name.
3 Pressing
From the program, select
displayed
in the
right-hand
Using
4
To establish
point on your route, click on
the desired position on the map.
A description of the point is displayed in
the right-hand pane. To more precisely
select a point, you can click on Address or
POI
point you define is considered the starting
point of the route. A route must include at
least two points.
5 Some tools
you
can use
when
creating
a
route:
Corridor
You
-
surrounding
route's path.
kilometers
Route
or
-
can
will be included
You
can
along
the
also choose either
miles.
can
select either the
the shortest route to connect
single point from the route.
First, highlight the point in the right-hand
:
Deletes
quickest
the points.
a
pane, and then click the icon.
:
Click
this icon to delete all
on
points
from the route.
:
Click
this icon to show
on
highlighted point
and
select how much
area
or
You
55
a
the next section describes. The first
as
software
on
map.
Changes the numerical
order of the points on the map and in the
right-hand pane. First, highlight a point in
the right-hand pane, and then click one of
these icons.
:
56
6 When
software
Using
you have established all the
points
the route, click the
icon. Notice
that all the points become connected by
on
blue line that is bordered
by
a
any of the tools described in step
5 to modify the route shown. If you modify
can use
the route, you will have to recreate the
route by simply clicking on the Create
7
again.
To create
map of the route, click
a
maps
1
Select map to load from Standard
2
Click
Maps.
a
corridor. You
Route icon
Selecting pre-put
icon. The selected map is auto-
matically loaded to hard disk
in the Map Cutter window.
and
displayed
icon. You will be
prompted to give the map
a name. The map will be displayed in the
"My Maps" section on the Navigation
program. Then, you
to your
download the map
as you would down-
can
Navigation just
load any other map.
Do you have a specific "Address", "POI"
Region that you need to map? On the In
Cutter, on the Toolbar select
"Address", "POI", "Zoom" or sub-region
or
Destinator
Cut.
to
Using
3 If
you have
a
address choose the Address
icon, select by: "City"
and Number"
4 Eg) "City"
Hirteplatz
:
b
b
b
6
b
"Street
Street and Number
:
ously
click "Show Address".
Map Cutter main view the map is
updated and selected area to be cut is
the
centered and marked.
From Toolbar, click
marked and draw
7
5 In
57
icon, select
on
the map where to draw rectangular zone to
be cut. (Move your curser to the area
"Intersection".
Berlin
software
Click
marked
a
box around the
previ-
area).
icon to cut the selected
zone.
58
Selecting
map
If you need to select
1
From Toolbar
click
2 First,
software
Using
"City"
click
b
a
by
intersection
map
by
icon, then
"Intersection".
"City"
3
From the list, click 2nd Street.
4
The map view is
and
area
to be cut
is centered.
Toolbar
click
icon, then
the map select where to draw
zone to be cut.
6 Click
2
Select the POI eg: Golf Courses.
3 Select
(POI)
on
rectangular
icon to cut the selected
zone.
b
click
your Golf Course.
icon.
that it is
(Ensure
highlighted).
From Toolbar
b
click
icon.
On the map select, with the mouse, where
to draw Rectangular zone to be cut.
5 Click
b
of interest
From Toolbar
4
then Intersection.
5 From
by points
1
then the 1st Street and
updated
map
Intersection:
click
b
Selecting
icon to cut the selected
zone.
Using
Selecting by
1
On the
sub
select the main
1
map to load from.
2
Click
3A
list of
Map Cutter
2
is
displayed.
sub-regions is, displayed
right hand of the selected
sub-region to download.
On the
Navigation program,
on
map. Click
the
on
(√)
represents
a
selected map to install.
the
3 In Target device,
"Change" to select
where to install the map(s). You can install
to Main Memory, Storage Card or
Removable Disk (External Reader).
You are, prompted to select the target
device where maps are to be uploaded.
Choose
one
click
Storage Card,
there is enough
(highlight)
memory to install map.
icon to cut selected
Refresh
map(s) you wish to load by
clicking on the map image or selecting
click OK. Confirm that
Click
b
Select the
them from the list.
4
4
to refresh
Standard Map dialog, Click Tools
New Map Data.
icon.
The Destinator
59
Loading Newly Created Maps
region
Navigation program
software
zone.
eg:
Using
60
5 Click
software
Removing map(s)
icon.
A pop-up message
requiring
confirmation
appears.
6 Press
"Yes" to load map.
Destinator Console will
If you do not have Destinator Console
launched:
1
display
a
progress
window to let you monitor the installation's
Console.
When the map installation has
a
Successfully
Insert the Destinator Disk, into the
CD-ROM in your desktop computer, this
automatically launches the Destinator
progress.
7
from memory
completed,
loaded message appears.
Press "OK".
2
In
"Change", select
from where (which memory) to remove
map(s). This will update the Installed Maps
Target
device click
Window.
3 The
Installed
Maps
Window
displays
a
list
of all the loaded maps available. Click in
the check box (√) beside the map(s) you
wish to
4
remove.
Click
selected map.
icon to
remove
the
Using
5 Destinator requires
you wish to
remove
6 Press "Yes",
that you confirm that
the selected
the selected
removed from memory.
map(s)
map(s).
are
software
61
Troubleshooting
62
Cannot
identify
the current location.
(GPS
not
receiving)
GPS cannot be used indoors and must be connected to the power with
a location where the sky can be seen well.
a
cigarette jack
to a vehicle in
initially connecting the GPS, it usually takes about 10 minutes to be normally operating, but
connection speed can differ depending on the weather condition, and surrounding obstacles.
If the GPS connection is unstable for a long period of time, try the following.
Check if the power is connected to the product.
Check if the back of the GPS product is in a location where the sky can be seen well.
If there are high buildings or if you are under a tree, move to a location where there aren't any
When
the
?
?
?
obstacles.
?
Check the GPS
receiving
Cannot hear the voice
You
condition from the GPS
menu.
guide.
guide when you select the Settings > Alert Settings.
But during actual driving, the voice guide is provided.
If the volume is too low, adjust the volume on the bottom right side.
can
There is
hear the voice
a
difference between the
though GPS
driving
road and the road
on
the map in the
very accurate, it has an error range.
When GPS receiver is installed, there can be an error of about 5 to 15m. But for
Even
is
product.
usually
roads, the problem could be from the data update to the map.
newly
constructed
Troubleshooting
Cannot
see
63
the map.
This is when you cannot see the map even when you have executed the navigation menu.
This happens when the data within the SD memory card is damaged. Delete all the data within the SD
memory card and newly install the data.
If the issue persists after the installation, contact the A/S center.
Map
data and
dangerous
area
information
are
not
You must
Refer to
periodically update the map data.
the homepage (www.destinatoreurope.com)
newly updated.
for details
on
how to
update
the data.
Lost the SD memory card.
If you have lost the SD memory card, you cannot use the
You must separately purchase the SD memory card. (A/S
navigation
center).
function.
Out of memory.
This is when you need extra memory to realize the navigation function.
Because you need the memory for path search including the map data, you need at least 10MB of free
space.
64
The
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
Troubleshooting
path guide
can
be different from the actual
path. (Path guide error)
When the road is
When
When
When
When
When
When
When
When
closely parallel.
the splitting road angle is very small.
there is an adjacent road when turning.
driving on a road that is narrowing fast.
driving through the mountain or where the road is too curvy.
the starting, passing and arriving locations are too close within 10km.
you have set the starting, passing or arriving location more than 1km away
driving through the tunnel.
driving through high buildings.
from the road.
You can Map upgrade to add, change or improve the function of the Navigation.
If you want to update the Navigation map that you purchased please contract the
Call center. The updated CD will be sent free of charge.
Support-Hotline
www.destinatoreurope.com
For
questions
FAQ site
or
Destinator products please visit our
contact the Destinator Support Team.
on
Monday-Fridays:09:00am-6:00pm
E-mail : support@destinatoreururope.com
TEL : +49(0)1805 12 30 12
FAX : +49(0)1805 00 83 18
Glossary
Abbreviation
Name
COM PORT
Communications Port
EULA
End-User License
65
Description
Agreement
The
name
Is
serial communications port
COM1, COM2, COM3, and COM4.
legal
a
author
or
of
a
-
Eg:
contract between a software
publisher
and the
user
of
application
that application.
The EULA, often referred to as the "software
license," is similar to a rental agreement; the
user
agrees to pay for the privilege of using the software,
and promises the software author or publisher to
comply
ETR
Estimated Time
Remaining
with all restrictions stated in the EULA.
Estimated Time
not allow for
FAQ
Frequently
Asked Questions
List of
remaining
any delays.
Frequently
to
complete
route.
Does
Asked Questions with Answers.
Glossary
66
Abbreviation
GPS
Name
Global
Description
Positioning System
The GPS
(Global Positioning System) is a "constellation" of 24 well-spaced satellites that orbit the
Earth and make it possible for Vehicles/ people/
assets enabled with GPS receivers to pinpoint their
location.
Lat
An
Latitude
imaginary parallel
circular line
(East / West)
around the earth, the same distance, north
from the equator
expressed in degrees.
or
south
--
Long
Longitude
An
imaginary circular line on the surface of the earth
passing through the North and South poles at right
angles to the equator expressed in degrees.
-
Orbit
Orbital
path
of
a
Satellite
Path
or
trajectory
of
satellite traces out
POI
Point Of Interest
Aplace
or
a
an
space. A GPS
orbit about the earth.
body through
item of interest
along
the selected route.
Specifications
ITEM
OS
CPU
REMARK
Win CE
Samsung
ARM9 300 Mhz
MEMORY
External SD Card
DISPLAY
4 inch TFT LCD
Resolution 320 X 240
Color 65,000
Backlight
CCFL type
(L-type)
Touch Screen
AUDIO
Stereo, Internal Speaker
GPS
Sirf2, Internal Antenna
NAVI
Full
MAP
Navtaq
POWER
TEMPERATURE
Built-in BATTERY
Map
DC 10.5~16V
Max 1.0W
(2EA)
Voice and
Lamps Guidance
Vehicle Power
Cigar-jack Input
Operating -10~60°C
Storing -30~80°C
720 mAh, 3.7 V
Duration
Typical
30 min
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Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached
to
a
product
it means the
product is
covered
2.
by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal
waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local
authorities.
3. The correct
disposal of your old appliance
will
help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about
office, waste disposal service
This
product is manufactured
or
to
disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city
the shop where you purchased the product.
comply
with the radio interference
DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.
P/NO
:
3834RR0032K
requirements of EEC
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