User Manual for Naviter Oudie

User Manual for Naviter Oudie
User Manual
for
Naviter Oudie
Naviter d.o.o., Gradnikova 89, 4240 Radovljica, Slovenia
www.naviter.com [email protected]
Introduction
Thank you for choosing Oudie! Company Naviter
is dedicated to solving glider pilot's problems and
Oudie is one of the answers in this challenge. Its
intended use is helping glider, para-glider and
hang glider pilots navigate during leisure, cross
country and competition flights.
Oudie works great in combination with other
Naviter products such as SeeYou for the PC,
ConnectMe, Soaring Spot and others.
We sincerely hope that you will be satisfied with
your purchase and would be delighted to hear
back from you.
More information, latest firmware and support
are available through www.naviter.com
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Index
Introduction .......................................................... 1
Index...................................................................... 2
What's in the box .................................................. 3
Getting to know Oudie .......................................... 4
Turning Oudie on and off ...................................... 5
Charging the battery ............................................. 6
Internal GPS reception .......................................... 8
Mounting with the holder..................................... 9
Starting the navigation........................................ 10
Connecting to external Data source ................... 11
Troubleshooting .................................................. 12
Notice of non-liability.......................................... 13
Limited Warranty ................................................ 14
Technical specification ........................................ 15
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What's in the box
Your Oudie was delivered in a sealed package with
the following items:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Oudie
USB data cable
Wall charger with 4 exchangeable plugs
Car charger
Cradle
Suction cup mount
Oudie Power and Data cable
RJ45 gender changer
RJ12 extension cable (20cm)
RJ45->DB9 female converter
RJ45->DB9 male converter
CD ROM
Getting started manual
3
Getting to know Oudie
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Power On/Off button
Power indicator
Earphone jack
microSD card slot
Mini USB port
Stylus
Speaker
Reset key
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Turning Oudie on and off
To turn the Oudie ON press the power button for
1 second .
To turn the Oudie OFF, press the power button for
1 second while the device is running then choose
the desired action:
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•
•
Power Off: will stop the navigation and
turn off the device.
Sleep: will turn off the screen GPS and
Bluetooth. The navigation will be put on
hold but the battery will drain slightly.
Cancel: will do nothing and return focus
to navigation
To reboot press the reset button on the back of
the device.
5
Charging the battery
There are several ways to charge Oudie's internal
battery.:
•
•
•
•
Connect the wall charger cable to AC 110240 V power source and insert the
connector to the mini USB slot on the
Oudie .
Connect the car charger to the DC 12-24 V
source and insert the connector to the
mini USB slot on the Oudie.
Connect the Oudie Power and Data cable
to DC 10-30V power source and insert the
USB connector to the mini USB slot
Connect the USB cable to an external
Power Pack battery (not included)
The Power indicator light indicates charging status
of the Oudie. Green light means that the device's
internal battery is fully charged. Amber light
indicates that the battery is charging.
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In some cases connecting a cable to the USB port
will open a screen where you get to choose
between charging only (the battery icon) and
communication with the PC (PC icon):
•
•
Choosing the battery, will charge the
Oudie, no communication will be
attempted. This is what you should do in
flight.
Choosing the PC, will shut down the
navigation software in order to start the
communication with the PC. You should
choose this option to copy your flights to
the PC for example.
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Internal GPS reception
Oudie has an integrated GPS receiver which
delivers navigation data on COM 1 at 4800bps.
When the navigation device is turned on for the
first time or after a long period of non-use,
initialising the integrated GPS receiver can take up
to 20 minutes.
Optimal conditions for problem-free and fast GPS
receptions are: having a clear view of the open
sky, no high buildings immediately close by and
remaining in one place until the GPS position has
been determined.
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Mounting with the holder
The mounting kit consists of the cradle and the
suction cup mount. First insert the cradle into the
suction cup mount until you hear and feel a strong
click.
Then insert Oudie into the cradle so that you hear
a strong click again.
Use the screw on the holder to adjust the
tightness of the cradle. Turn the cradle into ideal
viewing position for your use.
Note: Do not place the Oudie in positions which
obstruct pilot's movements, vision of nearby
traffic or instruments.
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Starting the navigation
When you turn the Oudie on for the first time or
after a reset, navigation software is started
automatically.
For more information about how to use the
navigation software SeeYou Mobile please consult
the documentation supplied on the CD ROM.
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Connecting to external Data source
Serial cable
The supplied Power and Data cable enables you to
connect to external data source such as your
Variometer, Flight data recorder, anti-collision
device or similar.
It is important to understand that the Supplied
Serial cable must be connected to 10-30 Volt
direct current source in order to work.
Bluetooth
Another way to connect to external data source is
to connect through Bluetooth. You can pair
Bluetooth device to Oudie in order to receive GPS
data from your device.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom: Device doesn't turn on after pressing
the power button or shuts down during boot.
Solution: Charge the device's internal battery
Symptom: Navigation software does not find my
position
Solution: Get out where the view to the sky is
unobstructed and wait for up to 20 minutes. If
you still cannot acquire satellites check Menu >
Settings > Input options.
Symptom: Navigation software displays NODATA
in the GPS Fix navbox.
Solution: Check the Menu > Settings > Input
options. Internal GPS is on COM 1, external Serial
port is COM 4. Other parameters depend on the
connected device.
For other problems contact [email protected]
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Notice of non-liability
This is a personal navigation assistance device
only. It is not a replacement for any legally
required device, method or service. User must
maintain all safety measures as if this device was
not on board of the aircraft.
Before it is put to use it is the responsibility of any
user who will use this device to become familiar
with operation and safety aspects of this device.
Using the system improperly could cause failure
and lead to possible property damage and/or
personal injury.
Naviter assumes no responsibility for property
damage, accidents, injury or death that may result
from the misuse of this device/equipment. This
includes any use of this device/equipment outside
the scope of common sense, the User Manual,
inserts and other related documentation.
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Limited Warranty
Naviter company warrants your Oudie against defects
in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from
date of purchase invoice. The warranty is nontransferable. Should any part of the Oudie become
defective within the warranty period return the Oudie
with a description of what/why it is not functioning and
we will repair or replace it, at our discretion, free of
charge (you pay only shipping to Naviter).
Return the unit to:
Naviter d.o.o.
Gradnikova 89
SI-4240 Radovljica
Slovenia
The warranty is non-transferable and only valid if
Naviter determines that the system and its
components have not been damaged due to improper
use, been submerged in fluids, dismantled or abused.
Naviter reserves the right to determine if repairs are to
be done under warranty or at a nominal charge. As a
proof of activated warranty you must send a copy of
the purchase invoice.
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Technical specification
Device
Processor
RAM / Flash
Battery
Size
Connectivity
Expansion slot
ARM 11, 500 MHz
128 MB / 8GB
1500 mAh (2 hrs)
135 x 86 x 14 mm
5.3 x 3.4 x 0.55 inch
USB 2.0, Serial, BT
microSD HC
Screen
Size
Resolution
Portrait mode
Landscape mode
5 inch TFT LCD
480 x 272 pixels
Yes
Yes
Software
Preinstalled maps
Installed software
Localization
World-wide
SeeYou Mobile Oudie
Yes (>17 languages)
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Naviter Oudie
www.naviter.com
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