Prestigio GeoVision 5500 Navitel Manual

Prestigio GeoVision 5500 Navitel Manual

Contents

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Important safety instructions ……………….…………………... Accessories ………………………………………………………… View of main unit …………………….………………..................... Device connections ……………………….………….................... Cautions on battery charging ………….………………………… Getting started ……………………………………………………… Device settings ……………………………………………………… 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 8. 9. Program interface ………………...……………………….

Autorouting ……………………………….……………................

10. “More” menu …………………………………………………… 11. Troubleshooting …………………………………………………… 15 17 18

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Important Safety Instructions

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

CAUTION

1. 2. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back). No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. The manufacturer should not hold responsibility for the damage caused by any substitutions and modifications of the product without authorization from the manufacturer or authorized unit .

WARNING

The device should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids should be placed on the device.

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Prestigio GeoVision 5500 Accessories List

ITEM NAME Car Charger Stereo Earphones USB Cable Stylus Pen

Accessories

QTY 1 1 1 1 Stylish Carry Case 1 User Manual 1 Warranty Card Driver/Document CD 1 1

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View of Main Unit

Front and Side View

2 3 4 5 1. 6 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. LCD Touch Screen

Tap the screen with touch pen or finger to select menu commands or to enter information.

Battery Status Indicator

The indicator glows in bright green colour when battery is fully charged and in red color when charging.

microSD Slot

Receiving microSD memory card for data access or memory expansion.

micro USB Port

Connection to USB Cable for data access or battery charging

Reset Button

Press to reboot the device.

Microphone

Records sound.

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View of Main Unit

Rear and Top View

1. 2. 1 Speaker

Emits sound, voice or music.

Power Button

Press to power the device ON/OFF.

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Device Connections

Inserting microSD Card

 To insert a microSD card, place the connector towards the device and the card label towards the front side of the device.  To remove a microSD card, gently press the edge of the card to release the safety lock and pull the card out of the slot.

NOTE:

Please always make sure that no application is accessing the microSD card before extraction.

Connecting to External USB Device (Charging)

 Insert the USB connector into the appropriate USB port.  Insert the other USB connector into the USB port on PC to start charging.

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Device Connections

Connecting to Car Charger

 Insert the USB connector into the appropriate USB port.  Insert car charger connector into vehicle 12V accessory/cigarette socket to start charging.

NOTE:

Please connect the car charger to vehicle 12V accessory/cigarette socket after the vehicle engine is started to protect the device from sudden surges in current.

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Cautions on Battery Charging

About Rechargeable Battery

The device is equipped with a built-in rechargeable battery. Please fully charge the battery (for at least 5 hours) before initial use. The battery status indicator glows in red colour when charging and turns bright green colour when charging is complete. Charging time is approximately 4 hours.

Working conditions and precautions for the rechargeable battery

 Devices with new batteries should be fully charged before initial use.  It is not necessary to start charging the device before the battery is fully discharged.

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Getting Started

1. Press and hold

Power Button

to turn on the device. 2. Shortly after the greeting screen is shown, the main menu will be displayed. 3. Tap the corresponding buttons with touch pen included to navigate through various functions. 4. Press and hold

Power Button

to turn the device off or to allow the device to enter sleep mode. 5. Tap

Sleep

icon to put the device to sleep mode or

Power Off

icon to turn the device off.

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Device Settings

  In the main menu, tap on the device settings. Tap to enter to display other settings.

Volume Backlight Language DateTime Calibration USB Factory Reset

Adjust sound volume, mute device, or enable warning messages. Adjust the brightness of touch screen, enable/disable auto backlight. Select desired language. Set up Time Zone/Date/Time. Calibrate the screen when position deviation occurs. Set the data transmission mode between the navigator and computer. Restore all system settings to factory default values.

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Program interface

No.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Name Function

Compass Information panels Route Press the compass loon to edit map rotation mode, map view and day/night mode. Sound GPS-cursor Press this button to turn on/off voice and sound effects. Next maneuver Next maneuver on the way and distance up to it. Press this Icon to open route options menu. If GPS connection is established, displays your current location. Displays time until the end of the trip, total route length, and arrival time. Route you are currently navigating displays as a wide blue line.

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Program interface

No.

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Name

Speedcam window Search Information panel MENU Scale Zoom Out Zoom In current location Autoscale Rerum to

Function

When you approach a speed camera with visual warnings being activated the window will appear In upper right comer

at

the screen. This window shows you permitted speed and distance left. Press the window to turn On/Off speed exceeding sound warnings. Press this button to enter the search menu and to find specific address or object (you can find more Info about Search In ~Functionality~ section) Shows street name you are currently moving on. Available only if GPS or GLONASS connection is established. If there is no street name, the direction will be shown. Press to enter the Main Menu. Map current scale. Decrease map scale. Increase map scale. If you zoom In/out with ~Autozoom~ function activated, this function will deactivate for a period according to settings. Press this button to activate ~Autozoom~ function manually. You can see the green arrow at the top of the screen if the map was moved relative to your position. Press it to return view to your current location.

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Program interface

No.

16 17 18 19 20

Name

Speedcam window Speed Information panel Waypoint GPS

Function

When you approach a speed camera with visual warnings being activated the window will appear In upper right comer

at

the screen. This window shows you permitted speed and distance left. Press the window to turn On/Off speed exceeding sound warnings. Current speed. Available only with GPS connection established. Shows street name you are currently moving on. Available only if GPS or GLONASS connection is established. If there is no street name, the direction will be shown. Waypoints are manually created by the user and display with red flags on a map. GPS connection button. Green icon - connection enabled, white icon – function disabled. Green icon also has a dot

at

different color: red - no connection, yellow - poor connection, green - connection established.

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Program interface

No.

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Name Function

Track record Mark on map Track record. Green icon - track record enabled, white icon function disabled. Touch the screen with a stylus to set a mark. You can save this mark as a way point add it to the route or see object’s characteristics the mark was set on. Object of interest Different objects on map (traffic lights, metro stations, petrol stations etc.). Button panel “Hide” Map angle Battery Button panel for easy access to object properties and performing actions to them on map – adding waypoints and routes. The buttons change depending on object selected or route status. Pressing this button hides the button panel. By pressing the Up/Down buttons you can regulate the map incline. This icon displays the remaining battery capacity. Pressing this button displays information about the remaining percentage of battery and free memory in М B.

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Autorouting

Route to the object from search

To create a route to the object, which address you know, press the «Find» button at the left bottom of the screen(1]. Select the «By Address» menu(2]. Press the city select button(3] and enter its name(4]. To minimize keyboard press the icon at the right top of the screen. Select the needed city(5]. Similarly select street(5] and building(6]. After you select building. it will be shown on the map[7]. Press the «Go to» button to create a route to it. When the route will be created, it will be shown on the map. You can travel along it(9] or start simulation by pressing the maneuver button (this function is available if GPS receiver is turned off only - it's icon must be grey).

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Autorouting

Route to the selected mark on the map

You can set a route to any mark on the map. This mark will be the end point of your route while the start will be in your current location. To create a route, create a mark by pressing a map in the necessary place[1]. Then press the «Cursor» and the “Go to” button In the appeared panel(2). The route is created[3].

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Route from one user point on map to other

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If you want to create a route from one mark on map to another, you should do the following: create a mark on map[1], set this button as a start route point by pressing “Cursor” - «Start». If you didn't turn off your GPS receiver, the system will ask you to do it[3]. The start point will be marked by green flag[4]. Then find the end route point. tap on map and press “Cursor” · “Go to”[5]. The route will be created from one point to another.

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Additional features

If your device has GSMfGPRS-module, you will be able to use some «Navitel Navigator» software features like «NaviteLTraffic» and .NaviteLSMS» services

Navitel.Traffic

1

Using this service you can see the traffic situation in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus or any other country you have official map for. To set the service, go to “Settings” -> «On-line services» -> ”Traffic Jams”. When the service is active, the roads

are

colorized in different colors, which mean: red - traffic jam, pink - movement is complicated, yellow - movement is a bit complicated, green - favourable traffic(1).

Navitel.SMS

2

The special window will appear on the screen when you receive the Navitel.SMSI2]. Select “Hide” to hide it or ”Accept” to see options.

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Troubleshooting

Take steps described in the tables below to solve simple problems before contacting customer service.

NOTE:

Immediately turn off the device and disconnect the power adapter if the device is not working properly. Never try to repair the unit without authorized professionals for it may damage the unit. PROBLEM Users cannot turn on the unit.

There is no sound. There is no picture.

POSSIBLE CAUSE The adaptor is not connected well. The built-in rechargeable battery is weak. The volume may be turned down or mute. The brightness may be turned down.

POSSIBLE SOLUTION Connect the adaptor correctly. Use the adaptor to supply power or charge the battery.

Turn up the volume or turn on the sound output.

Adjust the brightness of the LCD.

The unit cannot receive satellite signals or cannot orient.

The unit work may be obstructed by buildings or metal blocks. Make sure to use the unit outdoors; if in vehicle, you can use the external GPS antenna to solve this problem.

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Troubleshooting

PROBLEM Irregularity or instability in signal receiving.

POSSIBLE CAUSE

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POSSIBLE SOLUTION The built-in rechargeable battery is weak. The unit may be obstructed by material, such as heat insulation paper.

The movement of the unit is too strong. Use the adaptor to supply power or charge the battery.

Remove the material.

Avoid any movement of the unit.

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