Navman-N_SERIES (English)

Navman-N_SERIES (English)
User Manual
N-Series
with SmartS ™ 2006 SE
en
English - Australia/Canada/United States
© 2006 Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited. Navman is a registered trademark of Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte
Limited and is used under licence by Navman New Zealand. Navman is part of the Brunswick Corporation, headquarters Chicago, IL. All
rights reserved.
The software contains proprietary information of Navman; it is provided under a licence agreement containing restrictions on use and
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No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic,
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Disclaimer
Due to continued product development this information may change without notice. Navman does not warrant that this document is
error-free.
The screenshots and other presentations shown in this manual may differ from the actual screens and presentations generated by the
actual product. All such differences are minor and the actual product will deliver the described functionality as presented in this User
Manual in all material respects.
Safety Camera POIs
Navman products are designed to be used as an aid to safer driving. You can receive messages to alert you to locations of safety
cameras, which will enable you to monitor your speed through these areas.
Navman does not warrant that all types and locations of safety camera data are available, as cameras may be removed, relocated or
new cameras installed.
Navman does not condone speeding or any other failure to comply with your local traffic laws. It is your responsibility to drive within the
posted speed limit at all times and to drive in a careful manner.
Navman accepts NO liability whatsoever for you receiving any speeding fines or points on your license through using this device.
Navman does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained within this database either expressed or implied.
In the event you receive a fine or any other penalty for speeding or contravention of any traffic law, or are involved in an accident,
Navman is not responsible for any damages of any type.
In some countries the data information regarding safety or speed cameras may conflict with local law and/or regulations. It is your
responsibility to make sure that your use of the data is in compliance with local laws and/or regulations. Usage is at your own risk.
Compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
The software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
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Important safety information
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING PRODUCT
IN VEHICLE
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible
injury or death.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
Removing original equipment, adding accessories or modifying your vehicle could affect the vehicle’s safety or make it illegal to operate
in some jurisdictions.
Follow all product instructions and all instructions in your vehicle owner’s manual regarding accessories or modifications.
Consult your country’s and/or state’s laws regarding operation of a vehicle with any accessories or modifications.
It is your sole responsibility to place, secure and use the Navman in a manner that will not cause accidents, personal injury or property
damage. Always observe safe driving practices.
Mount the Navman in a position that is secure and does not obstruct the driver’s view.
Do not mount the Navman in a way that may interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle, the deployment of air bags or other safety
equipment.
Do not operate the Navman while driving.
Before you use your Navman for the first time, familiarize yourself with your device and its operation.
On main roads, the distance to an exit calculated by the Navman may be further than the distance shown on road signs. Road signs
show the distance to the start of an exit while your Navman shows the distance to the next intersection, i.e., the end of the exit ramp or
road. To prepare to exit a road, always follow distance information on road signs.
The use of information regarding safety or speed camera locations may be subject to local laws in the country of use. You are
responsible for checking that you can legally use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be used.
Do not handle the Navman while it is hot. Let the product cool, out of direct sunlight.
Do not expose the Navman to direct sunlight in an unattended vehicle for prolonged periods. Overheating may damage the unit.
To discourage theft, do not leave the Navman, mounting bracket or any cables in plain view in an unattended vehicle.
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AC Adapter-specific safety information
To charge your Navman from the mains power, use the AC adapter/AC power pack supplied by Navman as an accessory (may be sold
separately). Using other AC adapters with your Navman could result in serious injury or property damage.
Never use the adapter if the plug or cord are damaged.
Do not expose the adapter to moisture or water. Do not use the adapter in a high moisture environment. Exposure to water may cause
electrical sparks or fires.
Never touch the adapter when your hands or feet are wet.
Allow adequate ventilation around the adapter when using it to operate your Navman or charge the Navman internal battery. Do not
cover the adapter with paper or other objects that will reduce ventilation. Do not use the adapter while it is inside a carrying case or other
container.
Ensure that the adapter is connected to a power source with the correct fitting and voltage requirements. The voltage requirements can
be found on the AC adapter casing and/or packaging.
Do not attempt to service the adapter as this could result in personal injury. Replace the adapter if it is damaged or exposed to excess
moisture.
Internal battery-specific safety information
The Navman contains a non-replaceable internal lithium-ion polymer battery. The battery may burst or explode if mishandled, releasing
hazardous chemicals. To reduce the risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush or puncture the battery.
Recycle or dispose of the battery safely and properly according to local laws and regulations. Do not dispose of the battery in fire or
water.
Only use the correct AC adapter (sold separately) or in-vehicle adapter supplied by Navman to charge the Navman internal battery.
Only use the Navman internal battery with the Navman unit.
Failure to adhere to these warnings and cautions may lead to death, serious injury or property damage. Navman disclaims all
liability for installation or use of the Navman that causes or contributes to death, injury or property damage or that violates
any law.
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Contents
Important safety information...................................................................................................................3
Welcome................................................................................................................................................7
Box Contents ....................................................................................................................................8
Typographical conventions ...............................................................................................................9
Getting to know your Navman .........................................................................................................10
Front components.......................................................................................................................10
Side components........................................................................................................................11
Back components .......................................................................................................................12
Top components.........................................................................................................................13
Bottom components....................................................................................................................13
Remote Control ..........................................................................................................................14
Volume .......................................................................................................................................15
Internal battery............................................................................................................................16
How do I get started?...........................................................................................................................17
How do I turn my Navman off?........................................................................................................19
What are the main screens I will use?..................................................................................................20
How do I navigate with GPS? ..............................................................................................................21
How do I go from A to B? .....................................................................................................................22
What if I miss a turn? ......................................................................................................................22
How do I navigate to a NavPix photo? ............................................................................................23
How do I navigate to a NavPix photo I have taken or downloaded?............................................24
How do I search for an address? ....................................................................................................25
Case Study: How do I search for an address?...........................................................................25
Using the Keyboard screen ........................................................................................................28
Using the Destination Search screen..........................................................................................28
How do I create a trip with multiple stops? ......................................................................................31
Case Study: How do I navigate to multiple addresses? .............................................................32
How do I skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip? ......................................................................37
How do I search for a landmark or venue?......................................................................................38
How do I find the nearest gas station?........................................................................................38
How do I find the nearest parking area? .....................................................................................39
How do I search for other POIs?.................................................................................................40
Case Study: How do I search for a Directory Location?.............................................................40
How do I view my route?......................................................................................................................44
3D Map screen ...............................................................................................................................44
2D Map screen ...............................................................................................................................46
Next Turn screen ............................................................................................................................48
Turn-by-Turn™ screen....................................................................................................................50
How do I save Favorites and My Home?..............................................................................................51
How do I save a Favorite? ..............................................................................................................51
How do I navigate to a Favorite?.....................................................................................................52
How do I navigate to My Home? .....................................................................................................53
How do I edit the name of a Favorite? ............................................................................................54
How do I delete a Favorite? ............................................................................................................55
How do I use the camera? ...................................................................................................................56
How do I take a photo? ...................................................................................................................57
Viewfinder screen ...........................................................................................................................58
How do I customize camera preferences?..................................................................................59
How do I manage my photos? ........................................................................................................60
Album management ...................................................................................................................60
Photo management ....................................................................................................................62
How do I navigate to a NavPix photo? ............................................................................................64
How do I navigate to a NavPix photo I have taken or downloaded?............................................65
How do I assign a photo to a Favorite? ...........................................................................................66
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How do I save, e-mail or print photos?............................................................................................67
Via Memory Card........................................................................................................................67
Via NavAlbum.............................................................................................................................67
What else can I do? .............................................................................................................................68
How do I navigate to a recent location? ..........................................................................................69
How do I use the Map Menu? .........................................................................................................70
How do I avoid an area? .................................................................................................................72
How do I preview a route? ..............................................................................................................73
How do I view my route statistics? ..................................................................................................75
How do I view statistics on my current route? .............................................................................75
How do I view statistics of my trips to date?................................................................................76
What is SmartST Desktop?..................................................................................................................77
Can I use Smart
Desktop with my computer? ........................................................................78
What is Microsoft ActiveSync®? ..................................................................................................78
How do I install a map for the first time? .....................................................................................78
How do I install Smart
Desktop onto my computer? ...................................................................79
Smart
Desktop features..............................................................................................................81
Toolbars .....................................................................................................................................83
How do I keep Smart
up-to-date?...............................................................................................84
How do I install maps onto my Navman? ........................................................................................85
How do I install maps from CD? .................................................................................................85
How do I know which map contains a particular city or town?.....................................................88
How do I subscribe to Safety Camera information? .............................................................................89
How do I check for special offers? ..............................................................................................90
How do I install Safety Camera information? ..............................................................................91
How do I check for subscription updates? ..................................................................................92
How do I install Custom Points of Interest?.....................................................................................93
How do I create a Custom Point of Interest file? .........................................................................94
How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman? ......................................................................95
How do I backup my Navman? .......................................................................................................98
What is NavAlbum? .............................................................................................................................99
NavAlbum features .........................................................................................................................99
Toolbar .....................................................................................................................................100
How do I use NavAlbum?..............................................................................................................101
How do I copy photos or albums from my Navman to my computer? .......................................101
How do I copy photos from my computer to my Navman? ........................................................104
Reference ..........................................................................................................................................106
What can I customize?..................................................................................................................107
Route Preferences....................................................................................................................108
Tutorial .....................................................................................................................................112
System Preferences .................................................................................................................113
Display Preferences .................................................................................................................120
How do I insert a Memory Card?...................................................................................................130
How do I remove a Memory Card? ...........................................................................................130
Street types - US...........................................................................................................................131
Street types - Canada ...................................................................................................................136
Point of Interest categories ...........................................................................................................139
Specifications................................................................................................................................141
Support information............................................................................................................................143
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing your Navman. This manual has been prepared to guide you through the
operation of your Navman from first set-up through to continuous use, and will help you Drive-Away™
with your Navman, straight out of the box. Please read this manual carefully before using your
Navman for the first time. Keep this manual available for future reference.
In this section
Box Contents ......................................................................................................................8
Typographical conventions .................................................................................................9
Getting to know your Navman ............................................................................................10
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Box Contents
Item
Item
Navman with integrated GPS
receiver
In-vehicle mounting bracket
100/240V AC Mains power-pack
for use in your home or office
12V DC In-vehicle power adaptor
with power cable
The mains power-pack is
not supplied with all
models.
The number of plugs
included depends on the
country of purchase.
USB cable to connect your
Navman to your computer,
enabling software updates and
NavPix™ management
Remote Control
Protective carry-case and screencleaning cloth
CDs containing:
The remote control is not
supplied with all models.
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The carry-case and screencleaning cloth are not
supplied with all models.
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Smart
2006 SE software,
including Smart
Desktop
and NavAlbum
Map data
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Adobe Reader
®
®
The number of discs included
depends on the country of
purchase.
Documentation including:
Documentation including:
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Quick Reference Manual
In-Car Installation Guide
GPS Navigation - Frequently
Asked Questions guide
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Global Support Information
Software Product License
Limited Warranty Agreement
Registration card
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Typographical conventions
It is important to understand the terms and typographical conventions used in this manual.
Formatting
The following kinds of formatting in the text identify special information:
Convention
Type of Information
Bold
Navman components or items displayed on screen, including buttons, headings, field
names and options.
Italics
Indicates the name of a screen.
Icons
The following icons are used throughout this manual:
Icon
Description
Note
Important note
Tip
Case study
Warning
Terms
The following terms are used throughout this manual to describe user actions.
Term
Description
Press
Press and release a button quickly.
Select
Tap an item in a list or tap a command from a menu.
Tap
Press and release an item displayed on the touch screen.
Tap and hold
Press and hold an item displayed on the touch screen for 2-3 seconds.
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Getting to know your Navman
We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Navman's basic operations.
Front components
Component
Battery indicator
Description
Indicates the level of internal battery charge:
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Touch screen
Green - battery full
Orange - battery charging.
Displays maps and menu options.
Tap to select menu options or enter information.
Infrared receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
The remote control is not supplied with all models.
Displays a list of the nearest gas stations based upon your current location.
Displays a list of the nearest parking areas based upon your current
location.
Displays the Preferences menu screen.
Displays the Go To Menu screen.
Cycles through the 3D Map, 2D Map, Next Turn and Turn-by-Turn™
screens.
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Side components
Component
Description
Connection socket for GPS MMCX External Antenna (not included). To access
the socket, gently lift the rubber cover.
Slot for memory card. The memory card must be inserted with the label facing
the front of your Navman.
Connection socket for the following:
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Volume control
USB cable to your computer
AC power-pack to the mains power (not included with all models; may be
purchased separately)
In-vehicle power adaptor to the vehicle power socket.
Press + to hear a sound test and adjust the volume up; press the - to hear a
sound test and adjust the volume down.
Connection socket for headphones or earphones (not included). To access the
socket, gently lift the rubber cover.
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Back components
Component
Description
Speaker
Broadcasts voice commands and warnings. Use the Volume control to adjust
up or down.
Mirror
Enables you to see what the camera lens sees. You can then take a photo of
yourself against the background of your choice.
The mirror is only available on models that include a camera.
Camera
The camera lens.
The camera is not available on all models.
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Top components
Component
Description
Turns the Navman on or off; when off, the Navman enters a suspended state.
Turns the camera on. Press to take a photo.
The camera is not available on all models.
Bottom components
Component
Description
Hot shoe plate
Connection plate for the P1 or T1 module (sold separately).
Battery Switch
Must be set to | (on) for normal use. Switching to o (off) turns the battery off,
which saves battery power.
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Remote Control
The remote control may be sold separately.
Component
Description
Press twice to cancel the current route.
Increases the volume.
The on-screen volume bar displays as green and increases as the button is
pressed.
Decreases the volume.
The volume bar displays as green and decreases as the button is pressed.
Turns the sound off or on.
The volume bar displays as gray to indicate that the volume is muted.
Navigate to My Home.
Press once to display the My Home screen so that you can navigate home.
Press again to calculate the route to My Home and display the map screen.
Increases screen brightness.
Decreases screen brightness.
Cycles through the 3D Map, 2D Map, Next Turn and Turn-by-Turn™ screens.
CAUTION Do not expose the remote control to direct sunlight for prolonged periods. Overheating may damage the remote
control.
CAUTION If you are not going to use the remote control for three months or longer, remove the batteries from the remote
control.
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Volume
The volume on your Navman can be adjusted either by the volume control on the Navman or by using
the volume control buttons on the remote control (may be sold separately).
Volume control
To hear a sound test and adjust the volume, press the Volume buttons located on the side of the
Navman up or down.
To mute the volume, press
on the remote control (may be sold separately).
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Internal battery
Your Navman has an internal battery that, when fully charged, should provide power for up to 4 hours.
The battery indicator light on the front of the Navman indicates the level of internal battery charge:
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Green - battery full
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Orange - battery charging
How do I monitor the battery status?
You can monitor battery power status on the Power screen (see "Power" on page 116).
How do I charge the internal battery?
The Battery Status bar displays External Power while the battery is under charge; when the battery
is fully charged, the Battery Status bar will display at 100%.
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To charge the Navman in a vehicle, plug the vehicle power adaptor into
Navman and the other end into the vehicle power socket.
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To charge the Navman using your computer, plug the large end of the USB cable directly into a
USB port on your computer (not a USB hub) and plug the small end into
on the side of the
Navman. To begin charging, ensure your Navman is turned off (press ).
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To charge the Navman using an electrical wall outlet, plug the AC power cable into on the side
of the Navman and the AC power pack into the wall outlet (not included with all models; may be
purchased separately).
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How do I get started?
Before you begin, check if your vehicle is fitted with a heat-reflective or heated windshield. If so, you
will need to purchase an external antenna for your Navman to receive GPS signals. For more
information, see the GPS Frequently Asked Questions guide.
To get started for the first time, complete the following steps:
Step
Action
1
Turn your Navman on.
2
Select your preferred language.
3
Read and accept the warning message.
4
View the Tutorial.
1. Turn the Navman on
WARNING NOTICE TO DRIVERS IN CALIFORNIA AND MINNESOTA:
State law prohibits drivers in California and Minnesota from mounting objects on their windshields while driving. Other
Navman mounting options are recommended and an alternative mounting option is included in this box. Navman
does not take any responsibility for any fines, penalties, or damages that may be incurred as a result of disregarding
this notice.
See California Vehicle Code Section 26708(a); Minnesota Statutes 2005, Section 169.71.
a)
b)
Position the Navman in your vehicle according to the instructions in the In-Car Installation Guide.
Please ensure that:
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the Navman does not obstruct the driver's view, or interfere with the operation of the vehicle
airbags and safety devices.
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the battery switch is on (|).
to turn your Navman on.
Press
The Navman will turn on and display the Language screen.
If your Navman was last turned off (o) via the battery switch, it will automatically turn on when the battery switch is
switched on (|).
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2. Select your preferred language
From the Select Language screen, tap your preferred language.
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To prevent the Select Language screen from displaying on each startup, tap the Show on
start-up check box.
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You can change your preferred language while using your Navman (see "Language" on
page 117).
3. Accept the warning message
a)
The Warning screen will display when you have selected your preferred language.
Read the Warning message.
b)
To confirm that you have read and understood the message, tap Accept.
The Tutorial will display.
If you have maps installed from multiple continents, you may be prompted to select the maps you would like to load
after you accept the warning message.
To use maps from a different continent at a later time, you can select a different continent via the Change Continent
screen in the Map Display preferences.
4. View the Tutorial
When you have accepted the Warning message, the Tutorial will display.
Read the Tutorial:
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To prevent the Tutorial from displaying again on startup, tap the Show on start-up check box to
clear it.
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To move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap
To revisit the previous screen, tap
.
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You can view the Tutorial again while using your Navman (see "Tutorial" on page 112).
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When you have finished the Tutorial, the 3D Map screen will display. If you have a GPS fix, your
current location will be displayed on the map.
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How do I turn my Navman off?
To turn your Navman off, press
.
Your Navman will enter a suspended state and the screen will turn off. When you turn your Navman
on again, it will return to the screen you were last viewing.
Power-saving suspended state
To save power, your Navman will automatically enter a suspended state after a pre-determined period
of time. You can change the default suspended state setting at the Power preference screen. For
more information, see "Power" on page 116.
If battery power is very low, your Navman will enter a suspended state whether you have set a predetermined period of time or not.
If you are not going to be using your Navman for an extended period of time, switch the battery switch to off (o) to
save battery power.
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What are the main screens I
will use?
Map screens
There are four map screens used to view the route to your destination:
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3D Map
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2D Map
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Next Turn
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Turn-by-Turn™
To display the 3D Map screen, or the map screen that you were last viewing, press
cycle through the map screens.
; press again to
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For more information on the map screens, see "How do I view my route?" on page 44.
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For information on using the Map menu from the 3D Map and 2D Map screens, see "How do I
use the Map Menu?" on page 70.
Go To Menu screen
The Go To Menu screen is your starting point for specifying a destination. From the Go To Menu
screen you can navigate to My Home, a Favorite, a recent location, an address, a POI location or a
NavPix™ photo.
To access the Go To Menu at any time, press
icon.
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; to select a Go To Menu option, tap the required
For information on setting your destination, see "How do I go from A to B?" on page 22.
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How do I navigate with
GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is accurate to within
5m (15ft). GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites that orbit the Earth at around
20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellite transmits a range of signals which are utilized by GPS receivers,
such as your Navman, to determine an exact location. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals
from up to 12 satellites at any time, only four signals are required to provide a position or "GPS fix"
(latitude and longitude), for vehicle navigation systems.
Your Navman receives GPS signals via the internal GPS antenna. To guarantee the optimum GPS
signal strength, ensure your Navman is outdoors, or in a vehicle outdoors, and has an unobstructed
view of the sky. Your Navman can operate in all weather types except snowfall.
You can view your GPS status at any time from the map screens or the camera screens. The GPS
displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable. To
icon
indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix,
displays between one and four green quadrants.
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To see your GPS status in more detail, see "GPS Status" on page 115.
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For more GPS information, see the GPS Navigation - Frequently Asked Questions guide.
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How do I go from A to B?
Your Navman is equipped with maps that provide street-level detail for door-to-door navigation,
including Points of Interest such as accommodation, parking areas, gas stations, railway stations and
airports.
When you ...
Then ...
want to navigate to a NavPix™ photo
location
use the NavPix Menu to navigate to a preinstalled NavPix
photo, or a NavPix photo that you have taken yourself (see
"How do I navigate to a NavPix photo?" on page 23).
know the address of your destination
use the address-entry wizard to enter the address (see "How
do I search for an address?" on page 25).
have multiple stops
use the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen to enter multiple
waypoints (see "How do I create a trip with multiple stops?" on
page 31).
need to find a named site, feature, landmark search for a Point of Interest (see "How do I search for a
or public venue
landmark or venue?" on page 38).
need to find a gas station
select from a list of the nearest gas stations (see "How do I
find the nearest gas station?" on page 38).
need to find a parking area
select from a list of the nearest parking areas to your current
location (see "How do I find the nearest parking area?" on
page 39).
WARNING For your safety, enter destination information before you start a journey. Do not enter a destination while
driving.
What if I miss a turn?
Back-On-Track™ Automatic Rerouting
You will be redirected if you make a wrong turn. A message informing you that your route is being recalculated will display at the top of the screen. The Information button will display the percentage
complete status of the route re-calculation.
To cancel a route re-calculation tap . A warning will display, asking you to confirm the cancellation. If
confirmed, both the re-calculation and your current route will be cancelled.
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How do I navigate to a NavPix
photo?
Your Navman contains preinstalled NavPix photos that you can navigate to. Your five most recently
used NavPix photos are displayed on the NavPix Menu. If you have not yet navigated to a NavPix
photo, five of the preinstalled NavPix photos will display.
1.
Tap the photo you want to navigate to.
The NavPix Preview screen will display.
2.
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I navigate to a NavPix photo I
have taken or downloaded?
To navigate to a photo location, a GPS fix must have been available when the photo was taken.
1.
From the Album screen, select and tap a photo.
The Photo Details screen will display.
2.
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I search for an address?
Select a destination using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Destination Preview screens, which
used together form an address-entry wizard.
This section describes how to use each of these screens and provides a case study to help guide you
through setting your destination.
In some countries, you can search for your destination by postcode or zip code.
If you are in the United Kingdom, and you know the postcode of your destination, you can search for it from the
Destination Search screen by tapping Postcode, then entering a postcode of up to eight characters.
Quick Steps
1.
Open the Destination Search screen
2.
Select the country or state
3.
Search for the city/area
4.
Search for the street
5.
Search for the house number
6.
Tap Go.
Case Study:
How do I search for an address?
This case study will show you how to set your destination by selecting your country, then state, then
town or city, then street, then house number.
1. Open the Destination Search screen
The Destination Search screen will display.
If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from more than one country installed, then
the Select Country screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen. Go directly to step 2b.
The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
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2. Select the country and state
If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from only one country, but more than one
state installed and selected, then the Select State screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen.
The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
If you only have the map of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your
destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to step 3.
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Change Country or State.
The Select a Country screen will display.
b)
Select a country from the list.
The Select a State screen will display.
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c)
If you only have the map of one state installed and selected, that state is selected for your
destination by default. Go to step 3.
From the Select State screen, select a state from the list.
The Destination Search screen will display.
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3. Search for the city/area
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap City/Area.
The Keyboard screen will display.
b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the city or area of your destination.
The Destination Search screen will display.
4. Search for the street
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Street.
The Keyboard screen will display.
There may be multiple matches for a particular street name. Long streets that run through several neighbouring
areas, and common street names; for example, Main Street, will produce matches that are distinguished by their
associated city or area name.
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Using the Keyboard screen
The Keyboard screen will display when you are required to enter text, such as when searching
for a street name. As you tap each character, the first two matching results will display. Tap
to
see more search results. Search results will be listed in matching order, with the closest matches
appearing at the top of the list. A maximum of 99 results will display.
The Keyboard screen can display in three modes: alphabet, alternate and number/symbol.
As you select each character, the first two results will display. Tap
to see more search results.
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To select a character or a search result, tap the character or search result.
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To delete a character, tap
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To display the number/symbol Keyboard screen, tap 123.
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To display the alternate Keyboard screen, tap alt.
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To display the alphabet Keyboard screen, tap abc.
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Using the Destination Search screen
The Destination Search screen is used to select your destination by area, street, postal or ZIP
code, Directory location, intersection, city, town, state or country.
As you specify each part of the address, it will display at the top of the screen.
The available options will change to reflect the parts of the address still to be completed.
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b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the street of your destination. Where there are multiple
matches, select the city or area that best describes your destination.
The Destination Search screen will display.
If house numbers and intersection information are not available for your selected street, the Destination Preview
screen will display. Go to step 5c.
5. Search for the house number
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap House Number.
The Keyboard screen will display.
If house numbers are available, but not the one that you require, you may have to choose the same street in a
neighbouring area. Go to step 4.
If the House Number option is not displayed at all, house numbers are not available for your selected section of the
street. Tap Go to Centre of Street to display the Destination Preview screen. Go to step c.
b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the house number of your destination.
The Destination Preview screen will display.
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c)
Complete one of the following:
Ensure that the route preferences are applicable for the route that you have specified, before you tap Go.
If you want to ...
Then ...
calculate the route and open the 3D Map
screen
tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
view the position on the map screen
tap the map to display the position on the 2D Map screen..
add the destination to a multi stop trip
tap Add.
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
save the destination as My Home
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save the destination as a Favorite
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change your destination
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Home.
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Favorite.
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press
The Destination Search screen will display.
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How do I create a trip with multiple
stops?
You can use the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen to set multiple waypoints for your trip. Your route will
be calculated to go via each of these points in the specified order.
Waypoints can be added via the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen or by selecting Location from the popup Map menu on the 2D Map or 3D Map screen, then Add to Trip. You can save up to 198 multi-stop
trips, each with up to 14 waypoints.
Waypoints added, updated or deleted after a multi-stop trip has commenced will not affect the current route.
Quick Steps
1.
Start your Multi-stop Trip
2.
Select the country or state
3.
Search for the city/area
4.
Search for the street
5.
Search for the house number
6.
Tap Go.
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Case Study:
How do I navigate to multiple
addresses?
This case study will show you how to set a multi-stop trip by selecting your country, then state, then
town or city, then street, then house number for each waypoint.
1. Start your multi-stop trip
Multi-stop Trip Planner
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
a)
Tap Add.
The Add to Trip Menu will display.
b)
Tap Address.
The Destination Search screen will open.
You can also add waypoints using Favorites, recent destinations, POI locations and Navpix.
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2. Select the country and state
If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from only one country, but more than one
state installed and selected, then the Select State screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen.
The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
If you only have the map of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your
destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to step 3.
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Change Country or State.
The Select a Country screen will display.
b)
Select a country from the list.
The Select a State screen will display.
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c)
If you only have the map of one state installed and selected, that state is selected for your
destination by default. Go to step 3.
From the Select State screen, select a state from the list.
The Destination Search screen will display.
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3. Search for the city/area
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap City/Area.
The Keyboard screen will display.
b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the city or area of your destination.
The Destination Search screen will display.
4. Search for the street
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Street.
The Keyboard screen will display.
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b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the street of your destination.
The Destination Search screen will display.
If house numbers and intersection information are not available for your selected street, the Waypoint Preview screen
will display. Go to step 5b.
5. Search for the house number
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap House Number.
The Keyboard screen will display.
If the House Number option is not displayed, house numbers are not available for your selected street. To display
the Destination Preview screen, tap Go to centre of street. Go to step c.
b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for the house number of your destination.
The Waypoint Preview screen will display.
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c)
Tap Add.
The destination is automatically saved and the Multi-Stop-Trip Planner screen will display.
d)
Complete one or more of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
add another waypoint
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Waypoints added after a multi-stop trip has
commenced will not be included in the
current route.
calculate the route
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change the order of your waypoints
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tap Add.
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
Return to step 3.
tap Go.
The Multi-stop Trip Preview screen will display.
Tap Go.
The Map screen will display the calculated route.
tap a destination point to move.
The Waypoint Preview screen will display.
Tap Up or Down.
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
delete all waypoints
tap Clear.
delete one waypoint
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save the multi-stop trip as a Favorite
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tap a destination point to delete.
The Waypoint Preview screen will display.
Tap Delete.
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Favorite.
The Favorite will save.
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How do I skip a waypoint during a multistop trip?
You can modify a multi-stop trip at any time from the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen, however if you
have already commenced a trip, changes will not affect the current route:
Multi-stop Trip Planner
To skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip, complete the following:
1.
Tap the map to display the cross-hairs.
The Map Menu will display.
2.
Tap Route, then Skip Waypoint.
The next waypoint will be skipped and the route recalculated to the following waypoint.
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How do I search for a landmark or
venue?
Setting a Point of Interest (POI) as your destination
A POI is a named site, feature, landmark or public venue which can be displayed as an icon on the
map. POIs are grouped by type, such as gas stations, parks, beaches and museums.
How do I find the nearest gas
station?
You can press
to quickly find the nearest gas station.
Your Navman will show you a list of the nearest gas stations based upon your current location.
a)
.
Press
The Select a point of interest screen will display, showing a list of the nearest gas stations based
upon your current location. The nearest appears at the top of the list.
b)
Select a gas station from the list.
The Destination Preview screen will display.
c)
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I find the nearest parking
area?
You can press
to quickly find the nearest parking area.
This case study will show you how to set your destination by locating and selecting a parking area.
The Navman will show you a list of the nearest parking areas based upon your current location.
a)
.
Press
The Select a point of interest screen will display, showing a list of the nearest parking areas
based upon your current location. The nearest appears at the top of the list.
b)
Select a parking area from the list.
The Destination Preview screen will display.
c)
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I search for other POIs?
Select a POI destination using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Destination Preview screens,
which used together form a POI-entry wizard.
This section describes how to use each of these screens and provides a case study to help guide you
through setting your POI.
In some countries, you can search for your destination by postcode or zip code.
If you are in the United Kingdom, and you know the postcode of your destination, you can search for it from the
Destination Search screen by tapping Postcode, then entering a postcode of up to eight characters.
Quick Steps
1.
Open the Destination Search screen
2.
Select the country or state
3.
Select the type of POI
4.
Tap Go.
Case Study:
How do I search for a Directory
Location?
This case study will show you how to set your destination by selecting a Directory Location.
1. Open the Destination Search screen
The Destination Search screen will display.
If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from more than one country installed, then
the Select Country screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen. Go directly to step 2b.
The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
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2. Select the country and state
If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from only one country, but more than one
state installed and selected, then the Select State screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen.
The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
If you only have the map of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your
destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to step 3.
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Change Country or State.
The Select a Country screen will display.
b)
Select a country from the list.
The Select a State screen will display.
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c)
If you only have the map of one state installed and selected, that state is selected for your
destination by default. Go to step 3.
From the Select State screen, select a state from the list.
The Destination Search screen will display.
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3. Select the type of Directory location
To narrow the search for a POI, you can first search by Area or Postcode/ZIP code.
a)
From the Destination Search screen, tap Point of Interest.
The Select POI Category screen will display.
b)
Select a POI type from the list.
The Keyboard screen will display.
c)
Use the Keyboard screen to find the POI.
The Destination Preview screen will display.
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d)
Complete one of the following:
Ensure that the route preferences are applicable for the route that you have specified, before you tap Go.
If you want to ...
Then ...
calculate the route and open the 3D Map
screen
tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
view the position on the map screen
tap the map to display the position on the 2D Map screen..
add the destination to a multi stop trip
tap Add.
The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
save the destination as My Home
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save the destination as a Favorite
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change your destination
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Home.
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Favorite.
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press
The Destination Search screen will display.
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How do I view my route?
Once a route has been calculated, the 3D Map screen will display. You will be directed to your
destination by vocal and visual instructions.
You can view your route in several ways by pressing
to cycle through the map screens.
3D Map screen
The 3D Map screen is oriented to your travelling direction.
To view the 3D Map screen when a route has been calculated, press
to cycle through the screens.
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Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map.
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Tap the map, to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 70).
Item
Description
Next instruction
The direction and name of the street to turn in to.
Direction of next turn
The direction of your next turn.
To repeat the voice prompt of your next turn, tap the turn arrow.
Distance to next turn
The distance to your next turn.
Next turn arrow
Your next turn is highlighted in a different color from future turns.
The default color of your next turn is orange, but will depend on the
color theme you are using.
Current position
Status bar
Your current position is marked with
.
Displays one of the following:
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The name of the street you are located on
Speed warnings
Active POIs.
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Item
Information
Description
Displays one of the following options:
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Time
km/h or mph (Speed)
TTG (Time to Go)
DTG (Distance to Go)
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival).
Tap to cycle through the options.
During a Multi-stop trip, Time to Go, Distance to Go and ETA will display
as: Time to Waypoint, Distance to Waypoint and ETA at Waypoint.
Route
Your current route is highlighted.
Cancel route
Cancels your current route.
Zoom
To view zoom options, tap
Compass and GPS
information
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To display a smaller area in greater detail, tap
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To display a larger area in less detail, tap
.
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Tap to cycle through the options;
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Blue compass heading.
Green Quadrants - Indicates a valid GPS signal is being used to
fix your position. Between one and four quadrants will display
indicating the signal strength. Tap and hold to display the GPS
Status screen.
Red Circle - Indicates no GPS signal. Tap and hold to display
the GPS Status screen.
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2D Map screen
The 2D Map screen shows your current position (if a GPS fix is active) and surrounding street names.
If a route has been calculated, the route and turns are highlighted. The 2D Map screen is displayed
Course Up, unless the Map Display preference is set to North.
To view the 2D Map screen, press
to cycle through the screens.
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Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map.
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Tap the map, to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 70).
Item
Description
Next instruction
The direction and name of the street to turn in to.
When you cycle through the Information options, a function description
will display briefly at the top of the screen.
Direction of next turn
The direction of your next turn.
To repeat the voice prompt of your next turn, tap the turn arrow.
Distance to next turn
The distance to your next turn.
Current position
Your current position is marked with
Route
Your current route is highlighted.
Scale bar
Displays map scale.
Information
.
Displays one of the following options:
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Time
km/h or mph (Speed)
TTG (Time to Go)
DTG (Distance to Go)
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival).
Tap to cycle through the options.
During a Multi-stop trip, Time to Go, Distance to Go and ETA will
appear as: Time to Waypoint, Distance to Waypoint and ETA at
Waypoint.
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Item
Description
Next turn arrow
Your next turn is highlighted in a different color from future turns.
The default color of your next turn is orange, but will depend on the
color theme you are using.
Cancel route
Cancels your current route.
Zoom
To view zoom options, tap
Compass and GPS
Information
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To display a smaller area in greater detail, tap
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To display a larger area in less detail, tap
.
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Tap to cycle through the options;
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Status bar
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Blue compass heading - Tap and hold to alternate between
displaying North or your destination at the top of the screen.
Tap and hold to display the GPS Status screen.
Green quadrants - Indicates a valid GPS signal is being used
to fix your position. Between one and four quadrants will
display indicating the signal strength. Tap and hold to display
the GPS Status screen.
Red circle - Indicates no GPS signal. Tap and hold to display
the GPS Status screen.
Displays one of the following:
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The name of the street you are located on
Speed warnings
Active POIs.
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Next Turn screen
The Next Turn screen displays information that you need for the next turn, the direction of the turn and
the distance to the turn. A route must first have been calculated, for this screen to be available.
To view the Next Turn screen when a route has been calculated, press
screens.
to cycle through the
Item
Description
Next instruction
The direction and name of the street to turn in to.
When you cycle through the Information options, a function description
will display briefly at the top of the screen.
Direction of next turn
The direction of your next turn.
Scale bar
Displays map scale.
Distance to next turn
The distance to your next turn.
Status bar
Displays one of the following:
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Information
The name of the street you are located on
Speed warnings
Active POIs.
Displays one of the following options:
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Time
km/h or mph (Speed)
TTG (Time to Go)
DTG (Distance to Go)
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival).
Tap to cycle through the options.
During a Multi-stop trip, Time to Go, Distance to Go and ETA will appear
as: Time to Waypoint, Distance to Waypoint and ETA at Waypoint.
Cancel route
Cancels your current route.
Map of next turn
A map of your next turn.
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Item
Description
Current position
Your current position is marked with
Compass and GPS
Information
Tap to cycle through the options;
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; if visible.
Blue compass heading.
Green Quadrants -Indicates a valid GPS signal is being used to
fix your position. Between one and four quadrants will display
indicating the signal strength. Tap and hold to display the GPS
Status screen.
Red Circle - Indicates no GPS signal. Tap and hold to display
the GPS Status screen.
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Turn-by-Turn™ screen
The Turn-by-Turn screen displays the next four turns of your route, the turn direction, the street name
and the distance to the turn. You can view all the turns in the list, using the up and down arrows. A
route must first have been calculated for this screen to be available.
To view the Turn-by-Turn screen when a route has been calculated, press
the screens.
to cycle through
Item
Description
Direction of turn
The direction of the turn. Your next turn is highlighted.
Distance to turn
The distance to your next turn. Your next turn is highlighted.
Instruction
The direction and name of the street to turn in to. Your next turn is
highlighted.
Next turn (highlighted)
Your next turn is highlighted at the top of the list.
Upcoming turns
The direction and distance of upcoming turns.
Status bar
The name of the street you are located on.
Cancel route
Cancels your current route.
Scroll buttons
Allow you to view each turn by moving up and down through the list.
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How do I save Favorites and
My Home?
You can save up to 200 destinations as Favorites, one of which can be saved as My Home. My Home
can be any designated Favorite, but we recommend that it is your home or other common destination.
You can save a Favorite from the Destination Preview screen after searching for an address, or from
the Maps Menu on the 3D or 2D Map screens. For more information, see "How do I use the Map
Menu?" on page 70.
Can I assign a photo to a Favorite?
You can assign a photo to any of your existing Favorites. For more information, see "How do I assign
a photo to a Favorite?" on page 66.
How do I save a Favorite?
Search for an address until the Destination Preview screen is displayed.
1.
Tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
2.
To change the name of the Favorite, tap
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. The Keyboard screen will display.
After you have entered a name for the Favorite, tap OK.
The New Favorite screen will display.
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3.
Complete one of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
save as a Favorite
tap Save as Favorite.
The Favorite is saved. The Favorite Preview screen will
display.
save as My Home
tap Save as My Home.
The Favorite is saved as My Home. The My Home Preview
screen will display.
How do I navigate to a Favorite?
1.
Tap the Favorite destination you want to travel to.
The Favorite Preview screen will display.
2.
Tap Go.
The route is calculated and displayed on the Map screen.
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How do I navigate to My Home?
If you have not set an address as My Home, the first time you try to navigate to My Home you will be
prompted to search for an address using the address-entry wizard.
Option 1 - From the Go To Menu
The route is calculated and displayed on the Map screen.
Option 2 - From the Favorite Destinations screen
1.
From the Favorite Destinations screen, select My Home.
The My Home screen will display.
2.
To navigate to My Home, tap Go.
The route is calculated and displayed on the Map screen.
Option 3 - Using the remote control
You can navigate to My Home by pressing
on the remote control (may be sold separately).
1.
Press
to display the My Home screen.
2.
Press
again, to calculate the route and display the 3D Map screen.
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How do I edit the name of a
Favorite?
1.
From the Favorite Destinations screen, select a Favorite to edit.
The Favorite Preview screen will display.
2.
Tap Edit.
The Edit Name screen will display.
3.
To edit the name of the Favorite, tap
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4.
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After you have edited the Favorite name, tap OK.
The Edit Name screen will display.
Complete one of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
rename the Favorite
tap Save.
The Favorite is saved. The Favorite Preview screen will
display.
save as My Home
tap Save as My Home.
The Favorite is saved as My Home. The My Home Preview
screen will display.
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How do I delete a Favorite?
1.
From the Favorite Destinations screen, select a Favorite to delete.
The Favorite Preview screen will display.
2.
Tap Delete.
The Favorite is deleted. The Favorite Destinations screen will display.
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How do I use the camera?
™
Your Navman has a built-in camera with NavPix technology, which allows you to take photos and
save them as geographical locations on the navigation maps. This enables you to navigate directly to
where the photo was taken. Photos can be stored in an Album on the Navman's hard drive or a
memory card and viewed in full screen mode. You can also share your photos with other NavPix
users by uploading them to www.navman.com/navpix.
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Download the User Manual for more information.
NavPix™ - Photos with GPS co-ordinates
The
icon on the Viewfinder screen will display green if your Navman has a GPS fix. If a photo is
taken while a GPS fix is available, GPS co-ordinates are saved with the photo. A photo with GPS coordinates is called a NavPix photo and the co-ordinates can be navigated to.
When a NavPix photo is listed on the Album screen, a green triangle is displayed in the lower-right
corner of the photo. The GPS co-ordinates are displayed on the Photo Details screen (see "Photo
management" on page 62).
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How do I take a photo?
Quick Steps
1.
Press
2.
Point the camera at the required building, landscape, object or person.
3.
Press
.
again to take a photo.
Detailed Steps
The Viewfinder screen must be displayed before you can take a photo.
1.
To display the Viewfinder screen, press
2.
When the Viewfinder screen is open, an image of whatever the camera is focused on will display.
on top of your Navman.
Before you take a photo you can customize the lighting and brightness settings (see "How do I customize camera
preferences?" on page 59).
3.
When you are satisfied with the image displayed in the Viewfinder, press
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4.
You can also tap
to take the photo.
to take the photo.
The captured image will preview in the Viewfinder for two seconds before it is automatically
saved in your NavPix album on the Navman internal memory.
If the Viewfinder screen is inactive for more than two minutes it will revert to the map screen.
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Viewfinder screen
The Viewfinder screen allows you to take photos and access the camera preferences.
on top of the Navman.
To view the Viewfinder screen, press
Pressing
will not take a photo unless the Viewfinder screen is displayed.
Element
Description
Captures the photo.
Displays the Select an Album screen.
Returns you to the last screen viewed.
Displays the current lighting setting.
Tap to view lighting options.
Displays the brightness setting.
Tap to view brightness options.
Viewfinder
Allows you to frame the image within the Viewfinder.
Indicates if GPS information is available.
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How do I customize camera preferences?
The camera has lighting and brightness settings which you can customize before taking a photo.
Lighting options
1.
To view the Viewfinder screen, press
2.
From the Viewfinder screen, tap .
The range of lighting options will display.
.
Setting Description
For outdoor use, in bright sunlight
For outdoor use, with cloud cover
For indoor use, under normal lighting
For indoor use, under fluorescent lighting
For night use; gives longer exposure time to enhance picture quality
Automatically selects the most suitable setting for the conditions
3.
Tap your preferred lighting option.
Your selection will be saved.
Brightness options
The brightness control is adjustable to one of six levels.
1.
To view the Viewfinder screen, press
2.
From the Viewfinder screen, tap .
The range of brightness options will display.
3.
Select one of the six levels to set the brightness of a photo.
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How do I manage my photos?
Album management
The photo albums store all your photos and display them as thumbnails. You can store your photos in
customizable albums on the Navman internal memory or store them on your memory card.
When you take a photo, it is always saved to the NavPix album on the Navman internal memory. You can then copy
it to another album or a memory card.
or
Element
Description
Browse
Displays the Select an Album screen. This displays a list of available albums.
Copy
Copies selected photos from the displayed album to the memory card, or
from the memory card to the NavPix album.
Delete
Deletes selected photos from the displayed album.
Album title
The title of the album.
Displays the previous screen.
Photo thumbnail
A photo thumbnail in the displayed photo album.
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To select a photo, tap the photo thumbnail.
The Photo Details screen will display.
To select multiple photos, tap and hold the first photo, then drag across
the other photos.
When a photo is selected it displays with a red border.
If the photo has been given a title it will display beneath the photo. If the photo
has not been given a title, the file name of the photo displays.
Scroll buttons
Use the scroll buttons to scroll through the the photos.
Displays if GPS co-ordinates are associated with the photo.
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How do I copy photos to the album on my memory card?
Photos can be copied from the Albums on your Navman internal memory to your memory card and
vice versa.
The first time a photo is copied to your memory card, a folder will be created on the memory card called NavPix.
1.
From the Album screen, tap Browse.
The Select an Album screen will display.
2.
Select the Album you want to view.
3.
Tap and hold, then drag across the screen to select the photo(s) you want to copy.
As a photo is selected, a red border will appear around it.
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To cancel a selection, tap and drag over the photo(s) again.
4.
When you have finished the selection, tap Copy.
5.
A warning screen will display, asking you to confirm or cancel the procedure.
If confirmed, the photo(s) will be copied to the other Album.
You can also copy a single photo from the Photo Details screen. For more information, see "Photo management" on
page 62.
How do I delete photos from an Album?
Photos can be deleted from an Album on your Navman internal memory or your memory card.
When a photo has been saved as a Favourite destination, you will not delete the Favourite if you subsequently
remove the photo from your Album.
1.
From the Album screen, tap Browse.
The Select an Album screen will display.
2.
Select the Album you want to view.
3.
Tap and hold, then drag across the screen to select the photos you want to delete.
As a photo is selected, a red border will appear around it.
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To cancel a selection, tap and drag across the photo again.
4.
When you have finished the selection, tap Delete.
5.
A warning screen will display, asking you to confirm or cancel the procedure.
If confirmed, the photos will be deleted from the Album.
You can also delete a single photo from the Photo Details screen. For more information, see "Photo management" on
page 62.
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Photo management
The Photo Details screen displays information about your photo. Tap a photo to display the Photo
Details screen.
Element
Description
Time / Date and
Displays the time and date the photo was taken. Displays the latitude and
Location Co-ordinates longitude co-ordinates, if GPS co-ordinates are associated with the photo.
Photo
A thumbnail of the photo.
Tap to display the photo in full-screen.
Photo Title
The title of the photo; tap Edit to add a title or edit the existing title.
Show on Map
When selected, displays an icon on the map at the location the photo was
taken.
Tap to return to your Album.
Scroll Bar
Tap the Scroll buttons to scroll through your Album.
Assign
Allows you to assign a photo to an existing Favorite, if GPS co-ordinates
are associated with the photo.
Delete
Deletes a photo from the album on your Navman or memory card.
Edit
Allows you to create a title for a photo using the Keyboard screen.
Go
Your route will be calculated and displayed on the 3D Map screen.
The Go button is only available if GPS co-ordinates are associated with
the photo.
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How do I view a photo in full-screen?
1.
From the Photo Details screen, tap the thumbnail of the photo.
The photo will appear in full-screen.
2.
Complete the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
zoom into the photo
tap
.
zoom out of the photo
tap
.
rotate the photo
tap .
The photo will rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise each time
is tapped; the photo is saved at the new angle.
view parts of the photo not displayed
on-screen
tap and hold the image, then drag across the screen.
How do I add or edit a photo description?
A description can be added to your photo or an existing description can be edited. The description can
be a maximum of 34 characters.
1.
From the Photo Details screen, tap Edit.
The Keyboard screen will display.
2.
Tap each character as required.
The description will appear at the top of the screen.
3.
When the description is complete, tap OK.
The Photo Details screen will display, with the new description under the photo.
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How do I navigate to a NavPix
photo?
Your Navman contains preinstalled NavPix photos that you can navigate to. Your five most recently
used NavPix photos are displayed on the NavPix Menu. If you have not yet navigated to a NavPix
photo, five of the preinstalled NavPix photos will display.
1.
Tap the photo you want to navigate to.
The NavPix Preview screen will display.
2.
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I navigate to a NavPix photo I
have taken or downloaded?
To navigate to a photo location, a GPS fix must have been available when the photo was taken.
1.
From the Album screen, select and tap a photo.
The Photo Details screen will display.
2.
Tap Go.
Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
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How do I assign a photo to a
Favorite?
When a photo is assigned to an existing Favorite, only the image, and not the image co-ordinates, are associated
with the Favorite.
1.
From the Album screen, select and tap a photo.
The Photo Details screen will display.
2.
From the Photo Details screen, tap Assign.
The Assign Photo screen will display.
3.
Complete the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
assign a photo to an existing Favorite
location
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create a new Favorite (when GPS coordinates are associated with a photo)
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tap
and select a Favorite destination from the list.
The Favorite title will display.
tap Save.
The photo is assigned to the Favorite and the Photo
Details screen will display.
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tap
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tap
.
The Keyboard screen will display. Enter a name for your
Favorite, then tap OK.
tap Save.
The photo is saved as a new Favorite and the Photo
Details screen will display.
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How do I save, e-mail or print
photos?
To save, e-mail or print photos, you must first transfer the photos to your computer; there are two ways
to do this:
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Copy the photos from a memory card to your computer via a memory card reader or memory
card drive, or
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Copy the photos from your Navman to your computer via NavAlbum software on your computer.
Via Memory Card
Photos can be copied from the albums on your Navman internal memory to the My Pictures folder on
your memory card. The first time a photo is copied to the memory card, the following folders will be
created:
E:\My Documents\My Pictures, where “E” is the letter assigned to your memory card drive
or reader.
All photos in My Pictures are part of the same photo album and can be viewed on your Navman.
Once a photo has been copied to the photo album on your memory card, you can then use the card
with your computer to save, e-mail or print the photos, or take the memory card to a digital photo
retailer for printing.
Via NavAlbum
Photos can be copied from the Album on your Navman to your computer using NavAlbum software on
your computer (see "What is NavAlbum?" on page 99).
NavAlbum is installed on your computer at the same time that you install Smart
do I install Smart
Desktop onto my computer?" on page 79).
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What else can I do?
When you want to...
Then ...
view your recent locations
use the Recent Locations screen (see "How do I navigate to
a recent location?" on page 69).
access navigation features on the 3D Map
and 2D Map screens
use the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on
page 70).
calculate a route that avoids a specified
area on the map
use an Avoid Area (see "How do I avoid an area?" on
page 72).
preview your route, or plan and view a route
without a GPS fix
use the Route Demonstrator (see "How do I preview a
route?" on page 73).
view statistical information on both your
current trip and all trips to date
use the Trip Meter screens (see "How do I view my route
statistics?" on page 75).
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How do I navigate to a recent
location?
To make navigating to an address easier, your Navman will automatically save all your start locations
and destinations in a list of recent locations.
1.
Tap a recent location.
The Recent Location Preview screen will display.
2.
Complete one of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
calculate the route and open the 3D Map
screen
tap Go.
The 3D Map screen will display.
view the full address details of the recent
location
tap More.
The Recent Destination Details screen will display.
save the recent location as My Home
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save the recent location as a Favorite
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change your destination
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as My Home.
tap Save.
The New Favorite screen will display.
Tap Save as Favorite.
.
press
The Recent Locations screen will display.
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How do I use the Map Menu?
The Map Menu allows you to access navigational functions from the 3D Map and 2D Map screen.
Displaying the Map Menu
1.
Tap
2.
Tap and drag to move around the map to your selected location.
3.
Tap the map.
The Map Menu will display.
to display the 3D Map or 2D Map screen.
Map Menu options
The following options are available via the Map Menu:
Menu Option
Description
Navigate To
Calculates a route from your current location, once your current location
is determined.
Show Details
Displays the Location Details screen from which you can:
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Location
View details of the location
Add the location to your multi-stop trip
Save the location as a favorite
Navigate to the location.
Displays the Location sub-menu from which you can:
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Add To Favorites. Displays the New Favorite screen for you to
add the location as a favorite. For further information, see "How do
I save a Favorite?" on page 51.
Nearest POI. Displays the Select POI Category screen. Select the
directory, then the directory location to navigate to. For further
information, see "How do I search for a landmark or venue?" on
page 38.
Add To Trip. Adds the location to your multi-stop trip.
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Set As Start Location. Sets the location as your departure point.
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Description
Route
Only available when navigating a route.
Displays the Route sub-menu from which you can:
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Detour. Detours your route to avoid the next 1, 2, 5, 10 or 20
kilometers or the next 1, 2, 5, 10 or 20 miles.
Demonstrate. Starts the route demonstration, demonstrating
navigation from your current position or departure point.
Stop Demonstration. Stops the route demonstration.
Skip Waypoint. Skips the next stop on your multi-stop trip.
Show Entire Route. Displays your entire route on the 2D Map
screen.
Show Summary. Displays a summary of your route, including your
departure and destination addresses, total distance and total
estimated time to your destination.
Add Avoid Area
Adds an Avoid Area for you to size.
Remove Avoid Area
Deletes the selected Avoid Area.
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How do I avoid an area?
Your Navman can calculate a route that avoids a specified area on the map. Avoid Areas are
displayed as shaded areas.
CAUTION If no alternative route around an Avoid Area exists, the route calculation will fail.
CAUTION If your destination is in an Avoid Area, you will be routed into that Avoid Area.
How do I add an Avoid Area?
1.
Tap the map to display the Map Menu.
2.
Select Add Avoid Area.
3.
Tap and drag to set the Avoid Area to the correct size and position.
The Avoid Area is added.
How do I delete an Avoid Area?
1.
Locate the Avoid Area that you want to delete.
2.
Tap the Avoid Area to display the Map Menu.
3.
Select Remove Avoid Area.
The Avoid Area is deleted.
How do I delete all Avoid Areas?
The Saved Information screen will display.
1.
Tap Delete Avoid Areas.
2.
When the warning dialog-box opens, tap Yes to confirm.
All Avoid Areas are deleted.
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How do I preview a route?
Route demonstration allows you to:
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Preview a route.
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Plan and view a route without a GPS fix, such as when you are inside a building.
The following steps will show you how to preview one route. To always preview your route, see
"Demonstration and Logging 4/4" on page 111.
1. Select a departure point
If you have a GPS fix, you do not need to select a departure point unless you want the demonstrated
route to start elsewhere.
a)
Tap the map screen at your departure point.
The Map Menu will display.
b)
Tap Location.
The Location submenu will display.
c)
Tap Set As Start Location.
The Map Menu will close, and the selected point is set as your departure point.
2. Select a destination point
Set a destination either by using the address entry wizard or by using the Map Menu:
a)
Locate your destination.
b)
Tap your destination to display the Map Menu.
c)
Tap Navigate To.
The Map Menu will close and the map screen will display the calculated route.
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3. Demonstrate the route
Once the route has been determined, you can demonstrate the route by completing the following:
a)
Tap the map screen to display the Map Menu.
b)
Tap Route.
The Route submenu will display.
c)
Tap Demonstrate.
The 3D Map screen will display the calculated route in Route Demonstration mode.
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If you have selected the Loop demonstrations check box on the Demonstration and
Logging preferences screen, the Route Demonstration will continue to repeat the route.
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How do I view my route statistics?
The Navman provides information on your:
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distance travelled
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average speed
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maximum speed
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time taken for trip
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stationary time.
Trip information is presented in two different ways. These are:
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information for the current trip
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information for all trips to date, or since the tripmeter was last reset.
How do I view statistics on my current
route?
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen is used to view statistical information for your current trip.
a)
Press and hold the Information button.
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display.
b)
Complete one of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
view statistics for your trips to date
tap
reset the tripmeter
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to display the Tripmeter - Global screen.
tap Reset.
A Warning dialog box will display.
Tap Yes to reset.
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display.
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How do I view statistics of my trips to
date?
The Tripmeter - Global screen is used to view statistical information for all of your trips to date, or
since the trip meter was last reset.
a)
From the Tripmeter - Current Route screen, tap
The Tripmeter - Global screen will display.
b)
Complete one of the following:
.
If you want to ...
Then ...
view statistics for your current route
tap
reset the tripmeter
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to display the Tripmeter - Current Route screen.
tap Reset.
A Warning dialog box will display.
Tap Yes to reset.
The Tripmeter - Global screen will display.
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What is SmartST Desktop?
Smart
Desktop is software for your computer and is used to install maps to your Navman.
You can also use it to:
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remove maps from your Navman
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obtain software updates
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manage Custom Points of Interest
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manage subscriptions to safety camera information.
®
Microsoft ActiveSync and Microsoft .NET 2.0 will be installed on your computer as part of the installation of
Smart
Desktop.
In this section
How do I install Smart
Desktop onto my computer? ......................................................79
Smart
Desktop features .................................................................................................81
How do I keep Smart
up-to-date? ..................................................................................84
How do I install maps onto my Navman? ...........................................................................85
How do I install Custom Points of Interest?........................................................................93
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Can I use Smart
computer?
Desktop with my
Ensure your computer has the following minimum system requirements before installing
Smart
Desktop:
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IBM compatible PC,
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Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or XP SP2 (NT not supported),
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Internet Explorer 6 or higher,
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CD drive,
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USB port,
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Internet connection for registration.
®
®
You must install Smart
Desktop from the Application Installer CD onto your computer hard drive; you cannot
run Smart
Desktop from the CD.
What is Microsoft ActiveSync ?
®
Microsoft ActiveSync is used to establish a connection between your Navman and your
computer. ActiveSync 4.2 will be installed on your computer (if a later version of ActiveSync is
not already installed) as part of the installation of Smart
Desktop.
After it is installed, ActiveSync will run in the Windows System Tray/Notification Area when you
start Windows. ActiveSync will activate when your Navman is connected to your computer.
For more information on ActiveSync, search for "ActiveSync" at www.microsoft.com.
How do I install a map for the first
time?
The most common task performed using Smart
Desktop is the installation of a new map to
your Navman internal memory or memory card. Complete the following procedures:
Step
Action
1
Install Smart
Desktop on your computer (see "How do I install Smart
computer?" on page 79).
2
Check for software updates for Smart
date?" on page 84).
3
Install one or more maps on your Navman (see "How do I install maps onto my Navman?" on
page 85).
Desktop onto my
on your Navman (see "How do I keep SmartS up-to-
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How do I install Smart
onto my computer?
Desktop
Before you begin:
Ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements for Smart
Desktop, especially:
i. Ensure that Internet Explorer 6 or higher is installed on your computer before you install Smart
it is not your default browser.
Desktop, even if
ii. Windows XP users, ensure that Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher has been applied before you install
Smart
Desktop.
1.
Close all open programs on your computer.
2.
Insert the Smart
Application Installer CD into your computer CD drive.
The Smart
Desktop installer will start.
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If your computer does not automatically launch the CD, start the installation manually:
Start > Run.
Type D:\Install.exe where “D” is the letter assigned to your CD drive, then click OK.
3.
Select your preferred language for Smart
4.
Click Install SmartST Desktop.
5.
Follow the screen prompts to install Smart
6.
Desktop.
Desktop:
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Review and accept the Licence Agreement for Smart
Desktop and Microsoft ActiveSync
(if not already installed on your computer) when prompted.
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Select a destination folder for Smart
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When the installation has finished, click Finish.
Smart
Desktop will open.
Desktop when prompted.
If prompted to connect your Navman to your computer, complete the following:
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Plug the large end of the USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer (not a USB
hub) and plug the small end into the USB Socket ( ) on the side of your Navman.
Where possible, plug the USB cable into a USB port at the back of your computer.
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Press .
Your Navman will turn on.
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When the following screen displays on your Navman, click Next:
Microsoft ActiveSync will synchronize with your Navman.
You are now ready to use Smart
Desktop to install maps to your Navman.
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Smart
After Smart
Desktop features
Desktop has been installed on your computer, you can access it from the Windows Start menu:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
Element
Description
Menu bar
Menus that provide access to Smart
Desktop functionality, including
the ability to enter subscription information.
Toolbars
There are three toolbars:
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Status
Globe
Cursor
To display toolbars that are not on by default, select Toolbars on the
View menu.
For more information, see "Toolbars" on page 83.
Add Maps and
View/Remove Maps
tabs
Follow the steps on the Add Maps tab to install maps to your Navman,
memory card, or memory card via a memory card reader. For more
information, see "How do I install maps onto my Navman?" on
page 85.
Follow the steps on the View/Remove Maps tab to remove installed
maps from your Navman, memory card, or memory card via a memory
card reader.
Check for updates/
Update available
Click to check online for software updates or download software
updates.
Globe
A map of the world indicating the maps:
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on the current CD,
on a CD that came with the current CD,
installed on your Navman or memory card, or
available from Navman.
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Element
Description
Map Information
The following information will display when you point to a map:
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Map name
File size (if the map is on the inserted CD or a CD in the
same set)
Map status
Latitude Longitude co-ordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds
Local time offset UTC
To display the Latitude and Longitude co-ordinates and UTC offset,
click
Map Color Key
.
A key for defining the different colors of the maps.
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Toolbars
The following toolbars are available in Smart
Toolbar
Button
Status
Desktop:
Description
Indicates that your Navman is connected to your computer via
ActiveSync.
Indicates that your Navman is not connected to your computer.
Globe
Click to zoom in to the globe.
Click to zoom out of the globe.
Controls whether the globe automatically rotates to the correct maps
when a map CD is inserted in your CD drive.
Controls whether the globe is transparent.
Controls whether the day/night line is displayed on the globe.
Controls whether the maps are displayed on a globe or Mercator
Projection.
Cursor
Controls whether the Latitude Longitude co-ordinates and UTC offset are
displayed in the pointer text.
Moving a toolbar
A toolbar is either docked in the gray area at the top of the screen, or floating on the screen.
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To float a toolbar, click the portion of the toolbar to the left of the buttons and drag it to anywhere
on the screen.
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To dock a toolbar, either double-click the top of a floating toolbar, or click and drag the toolbar
back to the gray area at the top of the screen.
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To position a floating toolbar over a docked toolbar, press and hold CTRL while you drag the
toolbar to the required position.
Reshaping a toolbar
Click and drag the edge of a floating toolbar to reshape it. You cannot reshape a toolbar that is docked
at the top of the screen.
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How do I keep Smart
date?
We recommend that you regularly use Smart
software updates.
up-to-
Desktop to check the Navman server for Smart
Updating vs. Upgrading
Updating software is different from upgrading software:
When you update Smart
Navman.
To upgrade Smart
, the latest service packs and bug fixes are downloaded from Navman and applied to your
, you must first purchase a new version of Smart
How do I update Smart
from a retailer, then install it on your Navman.
?
1.
If you connect to the Internet via a dial-up connection, connect to the Internet now.
2.
Open Smart
Desktop, follow the prompts, then click Check for updates.
Your computer will connect to the Navman server to check for software updates.
3.
If a software update is available, complete the following:
a)
Click Update available.
The Navman website will open.
b)
Select the update for your region and download it to your computer.
c)
On the Setup menu, select Update software, then Update software on Navman.
Follow the prompts to update your Navman software.
Can I automatically check for software updates?
To configure Smart
Desktop to automatically check the Navman server for software updates, from
the Setup menu, select Update software, then Automatically check for software updates.
If a software update is available, complete step 3 above.
How do I upgrade from a previous version of Smart
Follow the instructions in the Installation Guide or Upgrade Guide that came with your Smart
upgrade.
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How do I install maps onto my
Navman?
Your Navman comes with one or more pre-activated maps.
You can install maps from the enclosed CDs to memory card or your Navman internal hard drive;
however you may need to purchase a Map Product Key to activate the maps.
Which map should I install?
If you are not sure which map contains the town or city that you want to install, you can use the Find
City window to identify the correct map. For more information, see "How do I know which map
contains a particular city or town?" on page 88.
How do I install maps from CD?
1.
Open Smart
Desktop, if it is not already open:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
2.
Insert a Smart
Map CD into your computer CD drive.
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The preactivated maps that are ready to be installed to your Navman are light green.
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The maps on the CD that require activation before being installed to your Navman are
light blue.
If your computer opens Windows Explorer when the CD is inserted, close the Windows Explorer window.
3.
4.
Complete the following:
If the map to be installed is ...
Then ...
light green
go to step 6.
light blue
the map needs to be activated via the Internet before it
can be installed; continue to step 4.
If you connect to the Internet via a dial-up connection, connect to the Internet now.
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5.
6.
Follow the prompts to activate your Map Product Key, including:
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Enter the Map Product Key when prompted.
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Your computer will connect to the Internet and activate your Map Product Key.
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When activation has completed, the map will change color to light green; continue to step 6.
Click the map you want to install to your Navman.
The map will change color to dark green to indicate it has been selected. The map is now listed in
the Review Selected Maps section of the Add Maps tab.
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To deselect a map, click the map again.
You may need to install multiple maps to cover the desired geographical area.
7.
8.
Complete the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
select a light green map
go back to step 6.
select a light blue map
the map needs to be activated via the Internet before it can be
installed; go back to step 4.
select a Major Road Network.
select the check box in the Step 1: Select Maps section.
install the selected maps to your Navman
continue to step 8.
In the Step 3: Install Maps section, select the destination media for the selected maps, for
example, memory card or Navman internal memory.
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9.
Click Install Maps.
When they have been installed, the map or maps will change color to yellow.
10. To use your Navman, disconnect the USB cable.
WARNING Do not disconnect the USB cable from the Navman USB Socket until the Globe has refreshed, and the
installed map or maps have changed color to yellow.
How do I remove maps from my Navman?
1.
Open Smart
Desktop, if it is not already open:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
2.
Click the View/Remove Maps tab.
The View/Remove tab will open, displaying a list of installed maps.
3.
Select the name of the map you want to remove from the list, then click Remove.
4.
Confirm that you want to remove the selected map when prompted.
The map is removed from your Navman.
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How do I know which map contains a
particular city or town?
Use the Find City window to find the map that contains a particular city or town.
1.
On the Map menu, select Find City.
The Find City window will open.
2.
Type the name of the city or town in the City Name field.
The list of available cities will reduce to match your search.
3.
Double-click the name of the city or town.
The Globe will rotate to centre on the selected city or town and
town location.
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How do I subscribe to
Safety Camera
information?
Your Navman contains pre-loaded Safety Camera information.
Safety camera information is not available for all countries.
Special Offers
Special offers are automatically displayed the first time you connect to Smart
Desktop.
There are two offers:
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a free update (download) of the latest safety camera map data
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on subscription you can get a total of 15 months of safety camera map information for the price of
12 months.
If you select the free update option then it is redeemed immediately. If you select the subscription
option, you will be directed to the Navman Store website.
You have a choice of selecting one OR the other special offer. If you select the subscription option, the free update is
no longer available.
Alerts
Safety Camera Directories can be set to enable a warning sound or visual warning when in close
proximity (see "Alerts" on page 128).
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How do I check for special offers?
There are two types of special offers - an offer that requires you to purchase a subscription, and an
offer which is free.
The first time that you open Smart
Desktop, the special offers will display automatically.
How do I view and select special offers?
1.
Open Smart
Desktop, if it is not already open:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
2.
From the Subscriptions menu, select Check for Special Offers.
Your computer will connect to the Navman server to check for applicable special offers.
3.
If special offers are available, complete the following:
a)
Select a region to view the applicable special offers.
The available offers for that region will display.
b)
Select a special offer and click Get Now.
If you select ...
Then ...
a special offer that requires a paid
subscription
The Navman Store website will open.
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a free special offer
Follow the prompts to purchase a subscription.
A message will display, explaining that you will be sent a
product key.
Select Finish.
You will be emailed a product key.
Activate your subscription (see "Activate your
Subscription" on page 91).
Your software will update automatically.
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How do I install Safety Camera
information?
If you do not accept the free download of the latest safety camera map information, you need to
complete the following steps to install safety camera information on your Navman.
1.
Purchase a Subscription.
2.
Activate your Subscription.
Purchase a Subscription
1.
To purchase a subscription to safety camera information, on the Subscriptions menu, select
Purchase Subscription.
The Navman Store website will open.
2.
Follow the prompts to purchase your subscription.
A product key will be sent to you via email when you have subscribed. You will need to use this
product key to activate your subscription.
Activate your Subscription
1.
Open Smart
Desktop, if it is not already open:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
2.
To activate your subscription to safety camera information, from the Subscriptions menu, select
Activate Subscription Key.
The Activation window will display.
3.
Complete one of the following:
If you ...
Then ...
have been sent a product key for your
subscription via email
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enter the product key in the Product Key field.
Click Next.
Follow the prompts to update your subscription.
Select Continue.
Your software will update automatically.
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If you ...
Then ...
require a product key
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Click Buy.
The Navman Store website will open.
Follow the prompts to purchase a product key.
Go to step 2.
How do I check for subscription updates?
You can update a single safety camera subscription, or all of your current subscriptions.
How do I update subscriptions?
1.
Open Smart
Desktop, if it is not already open:
Start > All Programs > Navman > SmartST Desktop 2006 SE
2.
From the Subscriptions menu, select Check for Subscription Updates, then select either a
single subscription or Update all Subscriptions.
Your computer will connect to the Navman server to check for applicable subscription updates.
3.
If a subscription update is available, click Continue.
Your software will update automatically.
If ...
Then ...
you have any expired subscriptions and
want to update them
The Update subscriptions window will display, showing
expired subscriptions.
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you have any expired subscriptions and do
not want to update them at this time
The Update subscriptions window will display, showing
expired subscriptions.
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you have expired subscriptions and never
want to update them
select Update Later.
The Update complete message will display. Go to step
4.
The Update subscriptions window will display, showing
expired subscriptions.
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4.
Select Update Now.
Select Continue.
The Navman Store website will open.
Update your subscription.
select Never.
The Update complete message will display. Go to step
4.
Select Finish.
Smart
Desktop will display.
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How do I install Custom Points of
Interest?
You can create custom Points of Interest by using the POI Editor in two ways:
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by creating your own POI files, or
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by using compatible POI files, such as safety camera locations, downloaded from the Internet.
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Various POI files are available for download free or by subscription from third-party websites . Ensure
that downloaded files are in .csv (Comma Separated Values) format.
A maximum of 25 custom POI files can be saved on your Navman. Each file corresponds to a POI
category; for example, Hotels.csv will be listed in your Navman as the Hotels category.
Alerts
Custom POI categories can be set to enable a warning sound or visual warning when in close
proximity (see "Alerts" on page 128).
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Navman is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information or the reliability or availability of these websites.The use of
information regarding safety camera locations may be subject to local laws in the country of use. You are responsible for checking that
you can use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be used.
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How do I create a Custom Point of
Interest file?
Complete the following steps to create or edit a custom Point of Interest file containing the latitude and
longitude of individual Points of Interest. The file will be saved on your computer in .csv (Comma
Separated Values) format.
When you have finished creating or editing the file, you can copy it to your Navman. For more
information, see "How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?" on page 95.
Map
1.
POI Editor
Complete one of the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
create a new Point of Interest file
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Click
The Point of Interest File Name window will open.
Type a name for the file in the File Name box, then
click OK.
The file name will be used as both the name of the CSV file
and the Point of Interest name.
The file name cannot include spaces.
The category name will consist of the first 8 characters.
open an existing Point of Interest file
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2.
.
Click
The Open dialogue box will open.
Select the file from your local or network drive, then
click Open.
The locations contained in the Point of Interest file
are listed.
Complete the following to add or edit a Point of Interest:
a)
On the Edit menu, click New to create a new Point of Interest, or Modify to edit the selected
Point of Interest.
The Place Details window will open.
b)
Type a description for the Point of Interest in the Description box.
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c)
Complete one of the following:
If you know ...
Then ...
the degrees, minutes and seconds of the
Point of Interest
on the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds tab, type or select the
degree, minute and second of the latitude in the Latitude
boxes and the longitude in the Longitude boxes.
Select N, S, E or W to designate the hemisphere of the
co-ordinates.
the decimal degrees of the Point of Interest
on the Decimal Degrees tab, type the latitude in the Latitude
box and the longitude in the Longitude box.
Select N, S, E or W to designate the hemisphere of the
co-ordinates.
d)
Click OK to save the Point of Interest.
3.
Repeat step 2 until all Points of Interest have been added to the Point of Interest file.
4.
.
Click
The Point of Interest file is saved.
You are now ready to copy your custom Point of Interest file to your Navman. For more information,
see "How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?" on page 95.
How do I copy a Custom POI file to my
Navman?
Map
Points of Interest
1.
Open or create a POI file.
2.
.
Click
The POI Options window will open.
You can open the POI Options window at any time by clicking
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Modify the POI settings as required:
If you want to ...
Then ...
edit the POI category name
type the name of the POI category in the POI Name field.
The file name cannot include spaces.
The category name will consist of the first 8 characters.
activate the POI to enable proximity
warnings
select the Active check box.
If you do not activate the POI, you will not be able to
configure the Alert settings.
enable a visual warning when a POI of this
category is in close proximity
select the Visual Alert check box.
enable a warning sound when a POI of this
category is in close proximity
select the Audio Alert check box.
change the units used to measure distance
for this POI category
select either the Metric or Imperial option.
select the distance from a POI of this
select the distance from the Distance box.
category at which the visual warning should
display or the warning chime should sound
select an icon to display on the map
screens for POIs of this category
type the path to the icon file to be used to represent the POI
type, in the Icon File box, or click Browse to select the icon
file from your local or network drive. When you have located
the icon file, select it and click Open.
The icon file must be a bitmap (.bmp) graphic with a minimum
size of 6x6 pixels and a maximum size of 32x32 pixels.
If you do not select a custom icon, a default icon will
display.
select a custom sound alert file to play
when a POI of this category is in close
proximity
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select a sound file from the list.
The list of sounds is formed from default sound files and
sound files that you have added using My Sounds
Admin. For more information, see "How do I add sound
files to My Sounds Admin?" on page 96.
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Click
to include a WAVE (.wav) sound file from your
computer or network.
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Click
to play the selected sound file.
If you do not select a custom sound file, a default sound
alert will play.
4.
Click OK to save the POI settings.
The Copy POIs window will open.
5.
Select the destination media for the selected maps; for example, memory card or Navman
internal memory, then click Copy POI.
The POI file is saved to the Navman or memory card as a POI category.
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How do I add sound files to My Sounds Admin?
My Sounds Admin is used to compile a list of sound files for you to select an audible alert from when
editing the Point of Interest file options.
Map
POI Editor
1.
Click .
The My Sounds Admin window will open.
2.
Add, delete or play sound files as required:
3.
If you want to...
Then...
add a sound file
click
to select a WAVE (.wav) sound file from your local or
network drive. When you have located the sound file, select it
and click Open.
delete a sound file
select the sound file from the list and click
.
play a sound file
select the sound file from the list and click
.
Click OK to save your list of sound files and close the My Sounds Admin window.
How do I delete a Custom POI File from my
Navman?
Map
Points of Interest
1.
Click .
The Manage POI Files window will open, displaying a list of custom POI files installed on your
Navman.
2.
Click the File Name or Size of the file to delete.
3.
Click Delete.
The file is removed from the list, but is not yet deleted.
4.
To select another file to delete, go back to step 2; otherwise, continue to step 5.
5.
Click OK and accept the changes.
The selected file or files are deleted.
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How do I backup my Navman?
You can save backups of the following information, and later restore them to your Navman:
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Favorites and My Home
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Preferences, including Point of Interest and photo preferences
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Multi-stop trips
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Recent locations.
How do I Backup my Navman?
1.
On the File menu, select Backup.
The Backup/Restore window will open.
2.
Click New Backup.
The New Backup window will display.
3.
Click OK.
The New Backup window will close and your backup will be saved to your computer. The backup
will be listed on the Backup window.
4.
Close the Backup/Restore window.
How do I Restore a Backup to my Navman?
1.
On the File menu, select Restore.
The Backup/Restore window will open.
2.
Select the backup from the list, then click Restore.
The backup will be restored to your Navman.
3.
Close the Backup/Restore window.
How do I Delete a Backup?
1.
On the File menu, select Backup.
The Backup/Restore window will open.
2.
Select from the list the backup to delete.
3.
Click Delete, then click OK.
The backup is deleted.
4.
Close the Backup/Restore window.
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What is NavAlbum?
NavAlbum is software for your computer which is used to transfer NavPix photos from your Navman
to your computer. You can then upload them to www.navman.com/navpix to share with other NavPix
users.
NavAlbum features
NavAlbum enables you to copy, delete or move photos or albums between the NavPix library on
your Navman and the NavPix library on your computer.
After NavAlbum has been installed on your computer, you can access it from the Windows Start
menu:
Start > Programs > Navman > NavAlbum
Element
Description
Menu bar
Gives access to NavAlbum functionality.
Desktop albums
Displays a list of all albums stored in the NavPix library on your
computer.
Click an album to display its contents in the Album display area.
Click the View all photos button to display all photos stored in the
NavPix library on your computer.
Navman albums
Displays a list of albums stored on the Navman internal memory and
on the memory card if one is inserted.
Click an album to display its contents in the Album display area.
Album display area
Displays thumbnails of photos in the selected album.
Selected photo
When a thumbnail is selected it displays with a blue border.
Toolbar
When a photo is selected, the icons which can be used will be active.
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Toolbar
The following options are available on the toolbar:
Button
Description
Create new album
Click to create a new album in the NavPix library you are viewing.
Rotate left
Rotates the selected photo 90° to the left.
Rotate right
Rotates the selected photo 90° to the right.
Transfer to your
Navman or
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Transfer to your
computer
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Import photos
Imports photos from your computer to the NavPix library on your
computer.
View details
If you are viewing photos in the NavPix library on your
computer, this will display as Transfer to your Navman.
Click to transfer the selected photo to your Navman.
If you are viewing photos in the Navman library this will display as
Transfer to your computer.
Click to transfer the selected photo(s) to the NavPix library on
your computer.
Click to view the selected photo and edit photo details, including:
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photo name
latitude
longitude
description.
Export to disk
Click to save photos to your computer or a network drive.
Delete
Click to delete the selected photo(s).
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How do I use NavAlbum?
Before you begin:
Ensure your Navman is correctly plugged into your computer:
i. Plug the large end of the USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer (not a USB hub); plug the small end
into
on the side of your Navman.
How do I copy photos or albums from my
Navman to my computer?
Photos taken with your Navman can be saved on your computer, printed, emailed to friends or shared
with other NavPix users around the world.
Quick steps
1.
Copy photos or albums from your Navman.
2.
View and edit photo details as required.
3.
Transfer photos from your Navman to your computer.
4.
Email or print photos or upload to the Internet.
Detailed steps
1. Copy photos or albums from your Navman
To copy one or more photos from your Navman to your computer, complete the following:
a)
In the Navman albums section, select the album containing your required photos.
Thumbnails of the photos in the selected album will display in the Album display area.
b)
Either click and drag the required photo or photos to an album in the Desktop albums section, or
click the Transfer to your computer icon on the toolbar.
If an album is not selected in the Desktop albums section, you will be prompted to either select one, or create a
new album.
c)
Repeat steps a and b to copy photos from another album.
To copy one or more albums from your Navman to your computer, complete the following:
a)
In the Navman albums section, select the album containing your required photos.
Thumbnails of the photos in the selected album will display in the Album display area.
b)
Either drag the album to the Desktop albums section, or click the Transfer to your computer
icon on the toolbar.
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2. View and edit photo details as required
If you want to ...
Then ...
view the photo and photo details
select the photo and click the View details icon on the
toolbar.
edit GPS information
select the photo and click the View details icon on the
toolbar.
The photo will display with the name, latitude, longitude and
description details if available. You can then edit these details
as required.
rotate a photo
select the photo and click either Rotate left or Rotate right
on the toolbar.
delete a photo
select the photo and click the Delete icon on the toolbar.
3. Transfer photos from NavAlbum to your computer
Select the required photo or photos and click the Export to disk icon on the toolbar.
4. Email or print photos or upload to the Internet
To upload your photos to the Internet, visit www.navman.com/navpix.
What else can I do with photos and albums on my
computer?
From the NavPix library on your computer, you can:
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add a photo to another album
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remove photos from an album
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delete photos
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view and edit details of a selected photo
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view all photos in the library
If you want to ...
Then ...
add a photo to another album
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in the Desktop albums section, select the album
containing the photo you want to include in another
album
select the photo then drag it to the other album.
The selected photo is included in the new album, but is
not moved, i.e., one instance of the photo in the library
may be included in multiple albums.
remove a photo from an album
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in the Desktop albums section, select the album
containing the photo you want to remove
select the photo then click the Remove from album
icon on the toolbar.
Click the Delete icon if you want to delete the photo from
all albums.
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If you want to ...
Then ...
view and edit photo details
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view all photos in the library
select the photo then click the View Details icon on
the toolbar.
edit the fields as required.
click the View all photos button at the bottom of the
Desktop album section.
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How do I copy photos from my computer
to my Navman?
You can copy any photos from your computer to your Navman, including NavPix photos downloaded
from www.navman.com/navpix. You can import any photo into NavAlbum, add or edit GPS
information, and then copy the photo to your Navman. You can then navigate to where the photo was
taken.
Quick steps
1.
Import photos.
2.
Edit and place photos in albums.
3.
Transfer photos from NavAlbum to your Navman.
4.
Navigate to the NavPix photo.
Detailed steps
1. Import photos
If you want to ...
Then ...
import a photo
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select Import photo from the File menu.
The Open window will display.
select a photo from your local or network drive. Once you
have located the photo, select it and click Open.
A new album will be created in the Desktop Album section.
Your photo will be included in this album.
Import a folder
select Import folder from the File menu.
A new album will be created in your Desktop library with the
same name as your imported folder.
Import a Navpix archive
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select Import NavPix archive from the File menu.
select your required zip file which you have downloaded
from www.navman.com/navpix.
A new album will be created in the Desktop library and the
zip file contents will be imported into this album.
2. Edit and place photos in albums
If you want to ...
Then ...
edit GPS or any other photo details
select the photo thumbnail and click the View details icon.
The photo will display with the name, latitude, longitude and
description details if available. You can then edit these details
as required.
create a new album
select an album in the Desktop album section, then click the
Create new album icon in the Navman toolbar.
A new album will be created at the bottom of the album list.
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If you want to ...
Then ...
include a photo in another album
select the photo and drag to the required album.
The photo will now be included in both albums.
3. Transfer photos from NavAlbum to your Navman
a)
Select the album to transfer to your Navman.
b)
Either click the Transfer to your Navman icon, or drag the album from the Desktop album
section to the Navman album section.
4. Navigate to the NavPix photo
For more information, (see "How do I navigate to a NavPix photo?" on page 23).
What else can I do with photos and albums on my
Navman?
From the NavPix library on your Navman internal drive, or from a memory card inside your Navman,
you can:
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move photos between albums, including between internal memory and the memory card
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delete photos.
If you want to ...
Then ...
move NavPix photos within your Navman
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In the Navman albums section, select the album
containing the photo you want to move
select the photos to move then drag it to another album.
The selected photos are moved to the other album, they are not
copied to the other album.
delete photos from your Navman
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In the Navman albums section, select the album
containing the photo you want to delete
select the photo then click the Delete icon on the
toolbar.
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Reference
In this section
What can I customize? .......................................................................................................107
How do I insert a Memory Card? ........................................................................................130
Street types - US ................................................................................................................131
Street types - Canada.........................................................................................................136
Point of Interest categories .................................................................................................139
Specifications .....................................................................................................................141
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What can I customize?
There are several different customization options available to enhance your navigation experience.
The Preferences menu is shown below, and is accessed by pressing the
Element
button on your Navman.
Description
Options to control aspects of your route; for example, indicating a preference
for freeways.
Displays the Smart
Tutorial.
Options to control how the Navman functions; for example, power and
language controls.
Options to control the screen brightness, touch screen alignment, map display
and measurement preferences.
Legal, version and copyright information.
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Route Preferences
You can enhance your navigation experience by modifying aspects of your route and route calculation.
The first route preference screen is the Route Calculation screen, and is accessed by tapping
the Preferences menu. Tap
to display the other route preference screens.
Route Calculation 1/4
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the route type
move the Route Type slider towards Fastest time to give more
weighting to the fastest time when calculating a route.
move the Route Type slider towards Shortest distance to give more
weighting to the shortest distance when calculating a route.
change the preference for
freeways
move the Preference for Freeways slider towards Less often to use
roads other than freeways where possible when calculating a route.
This option may not completely remove Freeways from a route.
move the Preference for Freeways slider towards More often to
use freeways where possible when calculating a route.
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Your preferences are automatically saved.
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Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Road Types 2/4
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
avoid toll roads
select the Toll Roads check box in the Avoid column.
receive a warning if your route
includes toll roads
select the Toll Roads check box in the Warn column. The warning
will display at the start of your trip.
avoid unsealed roads
select the Unsealed roads check box in the Avoid column.
receive a warning if your route
includes unsealed roads
select the Unsealed roads check box in the Warn column. The
warning will display at the start of your trip.
avoid ferry routes
select the Ferry routes check box in the Avoid column.
receive a warning if your route
includes ferry routes
select the Ferry routes check box in the Warn column. The warning
will display at the start of your trip.
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Your preferences are automatically saved.
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Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Driving Alerts 3/4
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
enable a warning chime when
travelling at or above a
designated speed
select the speed in the Alert me when my speed exceeds check box.
select your preferred speed
select your preferred speed from the Speed box.
enable a visual warning if the
Main Menu screen is accessed in
a moving vehicle
select the Warn me not to operate my Navman while driving
check box.
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Your preferences are automatically saved.
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Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Demonstration and Logging 4/4
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
enable the route demonstration
select the Demonstrate routes check box. This allows you to plan
and view a route without a GPS fix.
enable the route demonstration to
play repeatedly
select the Loop demonstrations check box.
enable a shop demonstration of
Smart
to be played
select the SmartST shop demonstration check box. After a 10second delay, the route demonstration will navigate between your first
and second Favorite.
enable GPS data logging
contact Navman Customer Support, as we recommend this feature be
used only under the supervision of a Navman technician.
(only to be used if required by
Navman Customer Support)
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Your preferences are automatically saved.
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Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Tutorial
The Tutorial displays when you turn your Navman on, unless you have cleared the Show on start-up
check box.
You can view the Tutorial at any other time:
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To prevent the Tutorial from displaying again on startup, tap the Show on start-up check box to
clear it.
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To move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap
To revisit the previous screen, tap
.
.
When you have finished the Tutorial, the Preferences menu will display.
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System Preferences
You can enhance your navigation experience by modifying aspects of the way your Navman functions.
The System Preferences menu is shown below. To access this menu, tap
menu.
Element
on the Preferences
Description
Options to control the type of keyboard used for entering an address.
Displays the GPS status, with an option to reset the GPS signal.
Options to control the way power to your Navman is used; for example, the time to elapse
before the unit is automatically turned off.
Options to control the language used on your Navman, and voice guidance.
Options to delete saved information.
Options to control what is displayed when your Navman is turned on.
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Select Keyboard
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
use an alphabetic keyboard for
entering addresses
select the Use alphabetic type (a, b, c...) option.
use a keypad type keyboard for
entering addresses
select the Use keypad type (abc, def...) option.
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Your preferences are automatically saved.
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Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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GPS Status
Signals are transmitted by Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites orbiting the Earth. The GPS
Status screen provides a visual representation of the information being received.
Latitude and longitude are displayed, along with ground speed, the heading in degrees and a northpointing compass. The strength of each satellite is displayed on a bar chart.
The satellites available from your current position are shown as grey, red and green coloured bars:
Bar colour
Description
Grey
No signal at all
Red
A valid signal, but not being used to fix your position
Green
A valid signal being used to fix your position
Resetting your GPS fix
On occasion, the GPS fix may need to be reset. This may occur if the receiver has been transported a
long distance since last being used; for example, to a different country, and is still trying to establish
the previous position.
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
reset the GPS
tap Reset GPS.
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Power
The Battery Status bar shows the percentage of power left in the Navman battery; the word External
Power will display when the battery is charging from an external power source. To charge the battery,
see "Internal battery" on page 16.
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the time to elapse before
turning off, when using battery
power
tap the on battery power box and select a time to elapse before
turning off;
select Never for the Navman to not turn off automatically unless
battery power is very low.
change the time to elapse before
turning off, when using external
power
tap the on external power box and select a time to elapse before
turning off;
select Never for the Navman to never turn off automatically.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Language
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the on-screen language
select your preferred language from the Language box and tap OK.
Your language preference is saved and the map screen is displayed.
enable voice guidance instructions select the Enable voice guidance checkbox.
while driving to your destination
change the voice scheme
select your preferred voice scheme from the Voice Guidance box.
Only voice schemes that are compatible with the chosen language are
displayed.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Saved Information
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
delete recent locations
tap Delete Recent Locations.
delete Favorites
tap Delete Favorite Destinations.
delete avoid areas
tap Delete Avoid Areas.
restore factory default settings
tap Restore Factory Defaults.
The Restore Factory Defaults option does not remove Recent locations
or saved Favourite destinations.
clear all settings; for example, for
use in a rental car
tap all buttons in turn.
ƒ
When the warning dialog box displays, tap Yes.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Start-up
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
show the Tutorial when you turn
on your Navman
select the Show the Tutorial checkbox.
show the Language Selection
screen when you turn on your
Navman
select the Show the Language Selection screen checkbox.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Display Preferences
You can enhance your navigation experience by modifying aspects of the way your Navman displays
information.
The Display Preferences menu is shown below, and is accessed by tapping
menu.
Element
on the Preferences
Description
Options to control the screen brightness and touch screen alignment.
Options to control the general map presentation, colour scheme, and the country
maps used.
Options to control measurement of time, position and distance.
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Screen Display
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the screen brightness
move the Screen Brightness slider towards Bright to increase
screen brightness.
move the Screen Brightness slider towards Dim to decrease screen
brightness.
Warning: The Navman can heat up when the Brightness scale is set
above 70% - i.e., when more than seven rectangles are coloured therefore, use lower brightness whenever acceptable.
The screen brightness can also be adjusted using the remote control
(may be sold separately).
align the touch screen
tap Align and follow the prompts.
The prompts are available in English only.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Map Display 1/3
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the color scheme
select your preferred scheme from the Map Colour Scheme box.
improve screen contrast in light or
dark conditions
select either the Day hues or the Night hues option to manually
adjust the contrast.
set the screen contrast to
automatically adjust
select the Auto hues option.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Map Display 2/3
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
enable automatic zooming during
navigation
select the Auto-zoom on Main Map screens check box. If selected,
the 3D Map and 2D Map screens will automatically zoom in or out,
depending on your speed, to allow optimal route-viewing.
display North at the top of the 2D
Map screen
select the Keep North at top of 2D Map screen check box.
display “no entry” icons on “no
entry” roads on the 2D Map and
3D Map screens
select the Show no-entry road signs check box.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Change Continent 3/3
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
use maps from a different
continent
select a different continent. When selected, the maps for the new
continent will load and the 3D Map screen will display.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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Measurements 1/2
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
change the local time offset
select either the 12 hour or 24 hour option for time-format.
change the distance units2
select your preferred distance units measurement from the Distance
Units options.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
2
to return to the previous screen.
Only available when AU English, UK English or US English language is selected.
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Measurements 2/2
Complete the following:
If you want to ...
Then ...
change the Position Format
select either the Decimal degrees or the Degrees, minutes
and seconds option.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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POI Menu
You can enhance your navigation experience by modifying aspects of the way your Navman displays
and manages POIs.
The POI Menu is shown below. To access this menu press
Element
, then tap
.
Description
Options to to set warning chimes and visual warnings for custom POI categories that will
activate within a chosen distance-radius of your location.
Options to control the display of POIs on your Navman.
Options to search for a POI by name.
Options to search for a POI in a distance-radius of your location.
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Alerts
The Alert preferences allow you to set warning chimes and visual warnings for custom categories that
will activate within a chosen distance-radius of your location. For example, a warning chime will sound
or a visual warning will display when a place in an active category is in the vicinity (set by the Warning
Distance preferences), but not necessarily on your route.
Custom directory categories must first be installed on your Navman using Smart
as active.
1.
Tap a custom category.
The activation preferences for the selected category will display.
2.
Complete the following:
Desktop before they can be set
If you want to...
Then...
display locations in this category on the
map
select the Display on the map check box.
enable a warning chime when locations
in this category are in close proximity
select the With an audible alert check box.
enable a visual warning when locations
in this category are in close proximity
select the With a visual alert check box.
select the distance at which the
warnings will activate
move the Warning distance slider to select the distance at
which the warnings will activate.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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How do I enable Points of Interest?
Points of Interest (POIs) are grouped into categories. You may either choose to display (or hide) icons
of all POI categories on the map screens, or to selectively display desired icons chosen from the list
of categories.
For example, you may be only interested in entertainment venues and want to disable other categories
such as schools.
Complete the following:
If you want to...
Then...
display all POI icons (ie, icons
from all categories)
Tap Turn All On.
display no POI icons
Tap Turn All Off.
select a specific POI category
icon for display on the map
screens
select the desired POI category checkbox;
repeat until all desired categories are selected.
ƒ
Your preferences are automatically saved.
ƒ
Tap
to return to the previous screen.
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How do I insert a Memory Card?
Holding the card by the edges, gently insert it into the
the Navman.
slot with the label facing the front of
CAUTION Do not to apply pressure to the center of the memory card.
How do I remove a Memory Card?
Before removing the memory card, turn off the Navman. Next, gently push the top edge of the card to
release it, and pull it out of the slot.
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Street types - US
Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
United States of America
ALLEY
ANNEX
ARCADE
AVENUE
ALLEY
ANNEX
ARC
AVE
BAYOU
BEACH
BEND
BLUFF
BLUFFS
BOTTOM
BOULEVARD
BRANCH
BRIDGE
BROOK
BROOKS
BURG
BURGS
BY-PASS
BYU
BCH
BND
BLF
BLFS
BTM
BLVD
BR
BRG
BRK
BRKS
BG
BGS
BYP
CAMP
CANYON
CAPE
CAUSEWAY
CENTER
CENTERS
CIRCLE
CIRCLES
CLIFF
CLIFFS
CLUB
COMMON
CORNER
CORNERS
COURSE
COURT
COURTS
COVE
COVES
CREEK
CRESCENT
CREST
CROSSING
CROSSROAD
CURVE
CP
CYN
CPE
CSWY
CTR
CTRS
CIR
CIRS
CLF
CLFS
CLB
COMMON
COR
CORS
CRSE
CT
CTS
CV
CVS
CRK
CRES
CRST
XING
XRD
CURV
DALE
DAM
DIVIDE
DRIVE
DRIVES
DL
DM
DV
DR
DRS
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
ESTATE
ESTATES
EXPRESSWAY
EXTENSION
EXTENSIONS
EST
ESTS
EXPY
EXT
EXTS
FALLS
FERRY
FIELD
FIELDS
FLATS
FORD
FORDS
FOREST
FORGE
FORGES
FORK
FORKS
FORT
FREEWAY
FLS
FRY
FLD
FLDS
FLTS
FRD
FRDS
FRST
FRG
FRGS
FRK
FRKS
FT
FWY
GARDEN
GARDENS
GATEWAY
GLEN
GLENS
GREEN
GREENS
GROVE
GROVES
GDN
GDNS
GTWY
GLN
GLNS
GRN
GRNS
GRV
GRVS
HARBOR
HARBORS
HAVEN
HEIGHTS
HIGHWAY
HILL
HILLS
HOLLOW
HOUSE
HBR
HBRS
HVN
HTS
HWY
HL
HLS
HOLW
HSE
ÎNLET
ISLAND
ISLANDS
ISLE
INLT
IS
ISS
ISLE
JUNCTION
JUNCTIONS
JCT
JCTS
KEY
KEYS
KNOLL
KNOLLS
KY
KYS
KNL
KNLS
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
LAKE
LAKES
LANDING
LANE
LIGHT
LIGHTS
LOAF
LOCK
LOCKS
LODGE
LOOP
LK
LKS
LNDG
LN
LGT
LGTS
LF
LCK
LCKS
LDG
LOOP
MANOR
MANORS
MARKET
MEADOW
MEADOWS
MILL
MILLS
MISSION
MOTORWAY
MOUNT
MOUNTAIN
MOUNTAINS
MNR
MNRS
MKT
MDW
MDWS
ML
MLS
MSN
MTWY
MT
MTN
MTNS
NECK
NCK
ORCHARD
OVAL
OVERPASS
ORCH
OVAL
OPAS
PARK
PARKS
PARKWAY
PARKWAYS
PASS
PASSAGE
PATH
PIKE
PINE
PINES
PLACE
PLAIN
PLAINS
PLAZA
POINT
POINTS
PORT
PORTS
PRAIRIE
PARK
PARKS
PKWY
PKWYS
PASS
PSGE
PATH
PIKE
PNE
PNES
PL
PLN
PLNS
PLZ
PT
PTS
PRT
PRTS
PR
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
RADIAL
RAMP
RANCH
RIDGE
RIDGES
RIVER
ROAD
ROADS
ROUTE
ROW
RUE
RUN
RADL
RAMP
RNCH
RDG
RDGS
RV
RD
RDS
RTE
ROW
RUE
RUN
SHOAL
SHOALS
SHORE
SHORES
SKYWAY
SPRING
SPRINGS
SPUR
SPURS
SQUARE
SQUARES
STATION
STRAVENUE
STREAM
STREET
STREETS
SUMMIT
SHL
SHLS
SHR
SHRS
SKWY
SPG
SPGS
SPUR
SPURS
SQ
SQS
STA
STRA
STRM
ST
STS
SMT
TERRACE
THROUGHWAY
TRACE
TRACK
TRAFFICWAY
TRAIL
TUNNEL
TURNPIKE
TER
TRWY
TRCE
TRAK
TRFY
TRL
TUNL
TPKE
UNDERPASS
UNION
UNIONS
UPAS
UN
UNS
VALLEY
VALLEYS
VIADUCT
VIEW
VIEWS
VILLAGE
VILLAGES
VILLE
VISTA
VLY
VLYS
VIA
VW
VWS
VLG
VLGS
VL
VIS
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
WALK
WALKS
WALL
WAY
WAYS
WELL
WELLS
WALK
WALK
WALL
WAY
WAYS
WL
WLS
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Street types - Canada
Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
Canada
ABBEY
ACRES
ALLEE
ALLEY
AUTOROUTE
AVENUE (English)
AVENUE (French)
ABBEY
ACRES
ALLEE
ALLEY
AUT
AVE
AV
BAY
BEACH
BEND
BOULEVARD (English)
BOULEVARD (French)
BY-PASS
BYWAY
BAY
BEACH
BEND
BLVD
BOUL
BYPASS
BYWAY
CAMPUS
CAPE
CARRÉ
CARREFOUR
CENTER (English)
CENTER (French)
CERCLE
CHASE
CHEMIN
CIRCLE
CIRCUIT
CLOSE
COMMON
CONCESSION
CORNERS
COTE
COUR
COURT
COVE
CRESCENT
CROISSANT
CROSSING
CUL-DE-SAC
CAMPUS
CAPE
CAR
CARREF
CTR
C
CERCLE
CHASE
CH
CIR
CIRCT
CLOSE
COMMON
CONC
CRNRS
COTE
COUR
CRT
COVE
CRES
CROIS
CROSS
CDS
DALE
DELL
DIVERSION
DRIVE
DALE
DELL
DIVERS
DR
ÉCHANGEUR
END
ESPLANADE
ESTATES
EXPRESSWAY
EXTENSION
ECH
END
ESPL
ESTATE
EXPY
EXTEN
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
FARM
FIELD
FOREST
FREEWAY
FRONT
FARM
FIELD
FOREST
FWY
FRONT
GARDENS
GATE
GLADE
GLEN
GREEN
GROUNDS
GROVE
GDNS
GATE
GLADE
GLEN
GREEN
GRNDS
GROVE
HARBOUR
HEIGHTS
HIGHLANDS
HIGHWAY
HILL
HOLLOW
HARBR
HTS
HGHLDS
HWY
HILL
HOLLOW
ÎLE
IMPASSE
ISLAND
iLE
IMP
ISLAND
KEY
KNOLL
KEY
KNOLL
LANDING
LANE
LIMITS
LINE
LINK
LOOKOUT
LOOP
LANDING
LN
LMTS
LINE
LINK
LKOUT
LOOP
MALL
MANOR
MAZE
MEADOW
MEWS
MONTEE
MOOR
MOUNT
MOUNTAIN
MALL
MANOR
MAZE
MEADOW
MEWS
MONTEE
MOOR
MOUNT
MTN
ORCHARD
ORCHARD
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Country
Street Type
Abbreviation
PARADE
PARC
PARK
PARKWAY
PASSAGE
PATH
PATHWAY
PINES
PLACE (English)
PLACE (French)
PLATEAU
PLAZA
POINT
PORT
PRIVATE
PROMENADE
PARADE
PARC
PK
PKY
PASS
PATH
PTWAY
PINES
PL
PLACE
PLAT
PLAZA
PT
PORT
PVT
PROM
QUAY
QUAY
RANG
RANGE
RIDGE
RISE
ROAD
ROND POINT
ROUTE
ROW
RUE
RUELLE
RUN
RANG
RG
RIDGE
RISE
RD
RDPT
RTE
ROW
RUE
RLE
RUN
SENTIER
SQUARE
STREET
SUBDIVISION
SENT
SQ
ST
SUBDIV
TERRACE
TERASSE
THICKET
TOWERS
TOWNLINE
TRAIL
TURNABOUT
TERR
TSSE
THICK
TOWERS
TLINE
TRAIL
TRNABT
VALE
VIA
VIEW
VILLAGE
VISTA
VOIE
VALE
VIA
VIEW
VILLGE
VISTA
VOIE
WALK
WAY
WHARF
WOOD
WYND
WALK
WAY
WHARF
WOOD
WYND
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Point of Interest categories
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Airline Access
Airport
Amusement Park
Arts or Cultural Center
Bank
Beach
Boat Ramp
Breakdown Service, Car Repair Facility
Building
Camping Ground
Car Dealer
Caravan Park, Trailer Park
Cash Dispenser
Casino
Centre of Settlement
Church
Cinema
City Center
College or University
Company
Concert Hall, Music Center, Opera
Convention Center, Exhibition Center
Courthouse
Cultural Center
Dentist
Doctor
Drive-Through Bottle Shop
Embassy
Emergency Medical Service
Ferry Terminal
Fire Station
Frontier Crossing
General POI
Golf course
Government Office
Hospital/Polyclinic
Hotel or Motel
Ice Skating Rink
Important Tourist Attraction
Leisure Center, Sports Center
Library
Military Cemetery
Monument
Mountain Pass
Mountain Peak
Museum
Night life
Open Parking Area
Park and Recreation Area
Gas station
Pharmacy
Place of Worship
Police Station
Post Office
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Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Railway Station
Rent-a car Parking
Rest Area
Restaurant Area
Scenic or Panoramic View
School
Shop
Shopping Centre
Stadium
Swimming Pool
Tennis Court
Theater
Tourist Information Office
Travel Agency
Vehicle Equipment Provider
Veterinarian
Water Sports
Winery
Yacht Basin
Zoological park (zoo)
Point of Interest categories by subscription
Icon
Description
Safety Cameras
Safety Camera (mobile)
Safety Camera (average)
Red Light Camera
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Specifications
N20
N40i
N60i
Operating voltage
5V DC
5V DC
5V DC
Maximum operation current
1A
1A
1A
Grounding System
Car battery negative
Pole
Car battery negative
Pole
Car battery
negative Pole
Operating voltage range
100-240V AC
101-240V AC
102-240V AC
Output
5V DC, 2A
5V DC, 2A
5V DC, 2A
Connection type
Mini-USB
Mini-USB
Mini-USB
Operating voltage
12V
12V
12V
Operating voltage range
10-15V
10-15V
10-15V
Maximum operation current
1A
1A
1A
General
AC adapter
Car adapter
TFT monitor
Screen diagonal
3.5 inches
3.5 inches
4.3 inches
Usable display area
71.52(W) x 53.64(H)
mm
71.52(W) x 53.64(H)
mm
94.04(W) x
53.856(H) mm
Resolution
QVGA
QVGA
WQVGA
320(W) x 240(H)
320(W) x 240(H)
2
2
320(W) x 272(H)
2
Brightness
340 cd/m *
340 cd/m *
350 cd/m *
Top viewing angle
70º*
70º*
70º*
Bottom viewing angle
70º*
70º*
40º*
Horizontal viewing angle
60ºL / 80ºR*
60ºL / 80ºR*
50ºL / 50ºR*
Dimensions
118 x 81 x 22.5 mm
118 x 81 x 22.5 mm
138.5 x 82.5 x 23
mm
Net weight
200g
200g
240g
IR wavelength
950 +/- 50nm
950 +/- 50nm
950 +/- 50nm
Working voltage range
2.2 - 3.3V
2.2 - 3.3V
2.2 - 3.3V
Effective Pixels
-
1.3 MP
1.3 MP
Resolution
-
1280 x 1024px
1280 x 1024px
Focal length
-
4.92mm
4.92mm
Dimensions
Remote Control
Camera
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N20
N40i
N60i
-
f/2.8
f/2.8
Capacity
1200mAH
1200mAH
1900mAH
Type
Lithium-Ion polymer
Lithium-Ion polymer
Lithium-Ion polymer
Battery life
< 4 hours
< 4 hours
< 4 hours
Processor
Samsung 2440400Mhz
Samsung 2440400Mhz
Samsung 2440400Mhz
RAM
64MB SDRAM
64MB SDRAM
64MB SDRAM
ROM
256MB/512MB/2GB
NAND Flash
256MB/512MB/2GB
NAND Flash
2GB NAND Flash
SD/MMC Memory Expansion
Available
Available
Available
Operating temperature
-10ºC - +60ºC
-10ºC - +60ºC
-10°C - +60ºC
Storage temperature
-20ºC - +70ºC
-20ºC - +70ºC
-20ºC - +85ºC
Operating humidity
0~90% NonCondense
0~90% NonCondense
0~90% NonCondense
Storage humidity
0~90% NonCondense
0~90% NonCondense
0~90% NonCondense
EMC
FCC, CE, C-tick, Emark, Canada test
report (RSS-310)
FCC, CE, C-tick, Emark, Canada test
report (RSS-310)
FCC, CE, C-tick, Emark, Canada test
report (RSS-310)
Operating shock
20G
20G
20G
Non-operating shock
40G
40G
40G
Aperture
Battery
Hardware
Environment
* Indicates the average of the value, which may change.
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Support information
Support for Australia
Support for Europe
Navman Australia Pty Ltd
PO Box 479
Gladesville, NSW 2111
Australia
Navman Europe Ltd
4G Gatwick House
Peeks Brook Lane, Horley
Surrey RH6 9ST
United Kingdom
Support: http://support.navman.com
Website: http://www.navman.com
Support: http://support.navman.com
Website: http://www.navman.com
Support for New Zealand
Support for US and Canada
Navman New Zealand
PO Box 68-155 Newton
Auckland
New Zealand
Navman USA Inc
5275 Capital Boulevard
Raleigh, NC 27616-2925
United States of America
Support: http://support.navman.com
Website: http://www.navman.com
Phone: 866-9-NAVMAN
Support: http://support.navman.com
Website: http://www.navman.com
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