Magellan Roadmate 1200 Manual
Magellan Roadmate 1200 GPS, size: 2.0 MB
4.9 oz, 3.6″ x 0.7″ x 3.3″, Built-in antenna
Designed for simple, efficient and reliable vehicle navigation, the affordable Magellan RoadMate 1200 offers full navigation function and an amazingly easy and uncluttered interface. Unlike other navigation devices with complicated lists that require scrolling through menus you can find virtually anywhere in seconds without reading the instructions. The color touch screen provides instant access to navigation features. Exclusive QuickSpell technology searches available destinations and corrects ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Magellan Roadmate 1200 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|smckern||1:26pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Accessories are limited, no AC to DC adptor. Co said back ordered, no retail stores carry the accessories. Be warned: Short lifespan The Magellan RoadMate 1220 worked perfectly for about 6 months after I purchased it. At that point.|
|prastowoc||6:06am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|Magellan roadmate 1200 The case is nice, and the magellan 1200 looks great! However, the UNIT DOES NOT WORK, what a waste of money..... Great GPS This is the second time I have purchased this GPS (the first GPS is no longer with us because of my own clumsiness).|
|seattlezoid||1:03am on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|Product works great. Navigares accurately! Very pleased. I would have given 5 star rating but, try to find the ac charging adaptor?|
|desadevil||12:58pm on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|Aquires satellite signal VERY slowly. I actually bought it for my husband. He was needing urgently a GPS. He tested it and found out that is so perfect! He loves it.|
|xaguiar||2:05pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|This is a small gps unit. Best for occasional family use. It offers great features for the price, however, for regular use. This is my second GPS unit. The unit is small enough to fit in ones pocket. Easy to store away after each use. Easy instructions, tried it on a 120 mile round trip.used fastest four lane going and shortest two lane on the return trip.|
|vitronah22||8:28am on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Got this GPS as a service award from my emplo... Simple to use, works ok for well established areas Old maps, Magellan "30-day map guarantee" (NOT),...|
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Magellan RoadMate 1200/1215
Magellan Navigation, Inc. 960 Overland Court, San Dimas, CA 91773
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS
The Magellan RoadMate is a vehicle-navigation aid designed to assist you in arriving at your selected destinations. When using the Magellan RoadMate, these safety rules must be followed to prevent accidents that can result in injury or death to yourself or others: Please check the applicable regulations in your country as regards windscreen mounting. Go to www.magellanGPS.com for alternative mounting solutions. When driving, the need to view the display is minimal. Voice prompts will guide you to your destination. The driver should enter data or programme the Magellan RoadMate only when the vehicle is stationary. Only a vehicle passenger should enter data or programme the Magellan RoadMate while the vehicle is moving. It is your responsibility to comply with all traffic laws. Every attempt is made to ensure that the database is accurate. However, roads, points of interest (POIs) and business and service locations may change over time. The database does not include, analyse, process, consider, or reflect any of the following: legal restrictions (such as vehicle type, weight, height, width, load and speed restrictions); road slope or gradient; bridge height, width, weight or other limits; population density; neighbourhood quality or safety; availability or proximity of police, emergency rescue, medical or other assistance; construction work zones or hazards; road or lane closures; road, traffic or traffic facilities safety or condition; weather conditions; pavement characteristics or conditions; special events; traffic congestion. It is your responsibility to disregard any unsafe, hazardous or illegal route suggestions. Keep the Magellan RoadMate safe from extreme temperature conditions. For example, do not leave it exposed to direct sunlight for an extended period of time. Take care when mounting the Magellan RoadMate in your vehicle, whether using the windscreen mount or other mount or accessories, that it does not obstruct the drivers view of the road, interfere with the operation of the vehicles safety devices such as air bags, or present a hazard to occupants of the vehicle should the Magellan RoadMate be dislodged while driving. It is your responsibility to assess the risks associated with damage to your vehicle or vehicle occupants as the result of your choices in mounting the Magellan RoadMate. Laws in some countries prohibit wearing stereo headphones while operating a motor vehicle. Please contact your local Motor Vehicles Authority for information. The battery in the Magellan RoadMate is rechargeable and should not be removed. In the event that it should need to be replaced, please contact Magellan Technical Support.
About Charging the Magellan RoadMate An optional AC adapter is available as an accessory for your Magellan RoadMate. Use of another type of AC adapter can result in malfunction and/or possible fire hazard due to battery over heating. Only use the car charger approved for/supplied with your Magellan RoadMate. Use of another type of car charger will result in malfunctioning and/or danger. For safety reasons, the battery in your Magellan RoadMate will stop charging when the ambient temperature is less than 32F (0C) or more than 113F (45C). It will take approximately 4 hours of charging the RoadMate through the cigarette lighter adapter or optional AC adapter to obtain a full battery charge.
About the Battery Do not attempt to replace the battery. Please contact Magellan Technical Support for issues related to the battery. Use the charger approved for your Magellan RoadMate.
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for class B digital devices, in accordance with part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in i
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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. FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits specified for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. The user is advised that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
The Magellan RoadMate must be installed and operated at a distance no closer than 8 inches (20 cm) from the user. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.
IC statement Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. 2. This device may not cause interference and This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
IC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits established for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
The information provided in this document is subject to change without notice. Improvements and enhancements to the product may occur without any formal notification. Check the Magellan website (www.magellanGPS) for product updates and additional information.
2007 Magellan Navigation, Inc. All rights reserved. The Magellan Logo, Magellan, Maestro, TrueView, SmartDetour, and SmartVolume are trademarks of Magellan Navigation, Inc. No part of this user manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose other than the purchasers personal use, without the prior written permission of Magellan Navigation, Inc.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.... 1 Magellan RoadMate 1200/1215.... 1 Front View.... 2 Side Views... 2 Back View.... 2 Installation Instructions.... 3 Selecting the Position... 3 Cleaning the Area.... 3 Attaching the Cradle.... 3 Adjustable Mount.... 4 Securing the Mount to the Windscreen... 4 Adjusting the Mount for Optimum Viewing... 4 Connecting Power... 4 Security.... 4 Country Selection.... 5 Basic Operations.... 6 Powering up the Magellan RoadMate... 6 Turning the Magellan RoadMate On... 6 Turning the Magellan RoadMate Off... 6 Selecting Auto Power Off Time... 6 Volume..... 6 Changing the Volume from the Map Screen.. 6 Changing the Volume via User Options... 7 Brightness.... 7 Accessing the Brightness Control.. 7 The Main Menu.... 7 Accessing the Main Menu.... 7 Main Menu - Page 1...8 Main Menu - Page 2...9 The Keypad.... 10 Keypad Overview....10 Special Keys.... 10 Selecting From List...10 Notes on Entering Data....11 Map Screen.... 12 Accessing the Map Screen... 14 2D Mode.....14 Setting the Map Modes (2D or 3D)... 14
This document is set up to be printed on A4 paper should you desire a printed version for your reference.
A Power (Top)
B USB connector. Power input from cigarette lighter adapter or AC power adapter (+5 VDC / 2A). SD/MMC card slot Reset
Installation of the Magellan RoadMate is simple and easy. The hardest part will be picking the best position.
Selecting the Position
A few tips on selecting a suitable position. Mount the Magellan RoadMate in a place where it can be easily seen and will not interfere with your view of the road. The Magellan RoadMate should be mounted in such a way that the aerial, (located in the top of the receiver), has an unobstructed view of the sky through the windscreen. Make sure that the Magellan RoadMate or any cabling will not be disturbed if the airbags are activated.
Cleaning the Area
Use the alcohol pad that comes with the Magellan RoadMate to clean the area on the windscreen or dashboard that has been selected for mounting the Magellan RoadMate. Let the area dry completely.
Attaching the Cradle
Line up the two tabs on the cradle to the indents on the bottom of the Magellan RoadMate. Swivel the cradle up so that it is flush against the back of the receiver and snaps into place.
Please note that the mounting bracket supplied with the Magellan RoadMate may be different from the one shown in this document.
Line up the two tabs on the adjustable mount with the holes on the back of the Magellan RoadMate. Once the adjustable mount is flush with the Magellan RoadMate, push the receiver down until it locks in place with the adjustable mount.
Securing the Mount to the Windscreen
Ensure that the lever at the base of the adjustable mount is in the up position. Place the base of the mount firmly over the area of the windscreen to be used. Push the lever at the base of the mount all the way down until it snaps into place. Carefully let go of the assembly, ensuring that it is securely mounted.
Adjusting the Mount for Optimum Viewing
Loosen the adjustment locking knobs and position the Magellan RoadMate for optimum viewing. Once set, tighten the locking knobs. (Never attempt to adjust the mount while driving.)
Plug the end of the vehicle power adapter into a 12V DC cigarette lighter socket in the vehicle. Connect the other end to the Magellan RoadMates USB connector as shown. (Note: some vehicles supply power to the cigarette lighter socket only when the ignition is on.)
We recommend that the Magellan RoadMate is not left in full view when unattended as it may attract thieves.
Depending on the Magellan RoadMate you are using, the preloaded map may cover several countries. When using the Magellan RoadMate, you must ensure that the correct country is first selected. You can only search for addresses or POIs in the selected country. To select the country, follow the directions below: From the Main Menu, tap on the right arrow to access the second page of the Main Menu. Tap User Options. Tap Destination Country. Tap on the desired map region.
Powering up the Magellan RoadMate
The On/Off button is located on the bottom right-hand side of the Magellan RoadMate as shown in the Overview chapter.
Turning the Magellan RoadMate On
1. 2. Press and hold the On/Off button for 1-2 seconds. Read the Warnings and tap OK.
Turning the Magellan RoadMate Off
1. Press and hold the On/Off button for 1-2 seconds.
Selecting Auto Power Off Time
The Magellan RoadMate can be set to shut down automatically after a time selected by you. The receiver will turn off after the selected time if; A) the position has not changed and B) the touchscreen has not been pressed. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Access the Main Menu. Tap the Next arrow to access the Main Menu Page 2. Tap User Options. Tap System Settings. Tap Power. Select Auto Power Off time; Never, 10 Minutes, 20 Minutes or 30 Minutes. Tap Save. Tap the Back arrow to return to the Main Menu.
There are two ways to access the volume controls; the first is by tapping the speaker icon on the Map screen and the second is through User Options.
Changing the Volume from the Map Screen.
1. 2. Tap the speaker icon.
Tap on the Mute button to mute the volume, or tap inside the volume adjust bar below the Mute button to change the volume levels. Tap.
If you have muted the volume, the speaker icon will be displayed with a line through it, indicating it is muted. To unmute, tap the speaker icon again and the RoadMate will automatically unmute. To make any other adjustments to the volume, press the speaker icon again.
Understanding the keypad while entering an address is an important part of using your Magellan RoadMate. The keypad is the most common method for entering data into the Magellan RoadMate.
Alphabetic Keypad Symbols Keypad Backspace Accept Cancel Numeric Keypad Spacebar
Selecting From List
After tapping OK to accept your input, you may be presented with a list of items found in the database. Use the scroll bar to move up and down the list and tap on the desired item in the list to continue.
Notes on Entering Data
If you are having trouble getting the results you expected, here are a few useful tips. Make sure that you have spelt the name correctly. If you are unsure of the spelling, just enter a few characters and tap OK. A long list of names will be displayed, but you can step through the list and you will probably be able to find the correct spelling. Check for apostrophes and hyphens. If you do not see the POI you are looking for in the POI list, check to see if the name has an apostrophe or hyphen. The more characters you enter, the smaller the list of possible options from which to choose.
The most commonly used screen will be the Map screen. Whether you are following a route or just travelling around town, the chances are that the Map screen will be displayed. There are two unique modes that the Map screen can be displayed in; normal and routing. In normal mode, your position is shown on the map along with the time and your speed. As you travel, your position will be updated, giving you a clear view of your position and surrounding streets.
A B K C J D
Map Screen - Normal Mode
A B C D
Street name currently on. Direction indicator. Tap to view the Current Location screen where you can save your position into your Address Book. Zoom out POI icon. Tap on the POI icon to create a route to that POI. Note: If there are multiple POIs in the same area, a list of those POIs will be displayed. Tap on the name in the list to access the routing function. Current position icon Time of day Main Menu button. Tap to display the Main Menu. Current speed of travel Volume control. Tap to display the Volume Setting screen where the volume can be adjusted or muted. (If the volume has been muted, tapping this button unmutes the volume without displaying the Volume Setting screen.) Zoom in Satellite Status. All four bars in green denotes the optimal satellite status. Tap to display the GPS Status screen.
E F G H I
In routing mode additional information is displayed providing detailed information about the route youve selected.
A B C M D E L K F G H I J N
Map Screen - Routing Mode
Saving a Position While Panning
1. 2. Pan the map until the icon crosshairs are over the location you want to save to your address book. (Must be a position that does not have a POI icon displayed.) Tap in the centre of the circle icon. (If nothing happens then you have not zoomed in enough. Tap the zoom in icon and try again.) On the Route To This Address? screen, tap.
Edit Information: Tap on the Edit Name line to create a name for this location. Tap on any of the three (work, home, mobile) phone buttons to enter a phone number. Tap on the Edit Information line to add additional information. (Up to 35 characters can be entered.) If you want to tag this location as one of your favourites, tap on the Favourite check box. When the details for this address are acceptable, tap If you want to now route to this address tap. or if you have finished tap.
5. 6. 7.
to exit panning and return the icon to your current position.
Routing to a Panned Position
1. 2. Pan the map until the icon crosshairs are over the location you want to route to. Tap in the centre of the circle icon. (If nothing happens then you have not zoomed in enough. Tap the zoom in icon and try again.) On the Route To This Address? screen, tap , button.
Select the desired routing method and tap the Calculate Route
Current Location Screen
This screen is accessed from the Map screen whether you are on a route or just normal driving. The Current Location screen displays approximate address information, the next and previous intersections, as well as your latitude/longitude. To the right is a compass pointing in your direction of travel, the calculated elevation, and speed. The bottom bar displays the current time and date.
Accessing the Current Location Screen
1. From the Map screen, tap the direction icon in the upper left-hand corner.
Saving Your Current Location to Your Address Book
1. 2. 3. Access the Current Location screen. Tap Edit Information: Tap on the Edit Name line to create a name for this location. Tap on any of the three (work, home, mobile) phone buttons to enter a phone number. Tap on the Edit Information line to add additional information. (Up to 35 characters can be entered.) If you want to tag this location as one of your favourites, tap on the Favourite check box. When the details for this address are acceptable, tap.
Setting Zoom Levels
1. While viewing the Map screen, tap on the (zoom in) or (zoom out).
The volume can be adjusted or muted from the Map screen. (The volume can also be adjusted from User Options > System Settings > Volume.)
If you have muted the volume, the speaker icon will be displayed with a line through it, indicating it is muted. To unmute the volume, tap the speaker icon again.
Your home address can be entered and saved in the Magellan RoadMate for quick and easy access when you need to create a route home.
Creating a Home Address
These instructions only apply if you have never entered a home address or if it has been deleted.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Tap the Home Address icon
on the Main Menu screen.
Confirm Do you want to enter your HOME address? Tap Yes. Follow the prompts to enter the address to be used as your HOME address. When the Address screen is displayed, edit the information and tap SAVE to continue. The HOME address will be saved in your address book and you will be returned to the Main Menu screen.
Creating a Route to the Home Address
1. 2. 3. Tap the Home Address icon Tap Route. Select the desired Routing Method and tap the orange Calculate Route button. on the Main Menu screen.
Changing the Home Address
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Tap the Home Address icon Tap Change. Confirm Do you want to replace the HOME address with a new address? Tap Yes. Follow the prompts to enter the address to be used as your new HOME address. When the Address screen is displayed, edit the information and tap SAVE to continue. The new HOME address will be saved in your address book and you will be returned to the Main Menu screen. on the Main Menu screen.
Accessing the Home Address from the Address Book
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. From the Main Menu, tap the Enter Address icon. Tap the My addresses icon. Tap Address Book. Tap List All. The list of addresses in your address book are displayed with the home icon on the line of your HOME address. Tap on the home item in the list to create a route to, edit or delete the HOME address.
Deleting a Previous Destination
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Tap on the My addresses icon. Tap on Previous Destinations. Select the destination from the list of previous destinations. Tap on Delete. Confirm Deletion. Tap Yes. The Enter Address Menu will be displayed.
It is possible to delete all of the destinations in the Previous Destination List by accessing User Options > Address Book Options > Clear Previous.
Address Book Accessing an Address in Your Address Book
Tap on the My addresses icon. Tap Address Book
Tap List All to view the entire contents of your address book, or tap on Search Address Book to search for entries by name. From the resulting list of addresses, tap on the address record you require.
Routing to an Address in Your Address Book
1. 2. 3. Access the address record from your address book as described in Accessing an Address in Your Address Book. Tap on Route. Select the Routing Method and tap on the orange Calculate Route button to continue.
Editing an Address in Your Address Book.
1. 2. 3. 4. Access the address record from your address book as described in Accessing an Address in Your Address Book. Tap on Edit. Use the Edit Address Book screen to modify the name, information or phone numbers. The street address cannot be changed. Tap Save when done.
Deleting an Address in Your Address Book.
1. 2. 3. 4. Access the address record from your address book as described in Accessing an Address in Your Address Book. Tap on Delete. Confirm deletion. Tap Yes. You will be returned to the list of addresses in your address book. If the list is now empty, you will be returned to the previous screen.
Favourite addresses work just like other addresses in your address book. Addresses in your address book can be marked as favourites to speed up the search for frequently used addresses.
Accessing an Address from Favourites
Tap on the My addresses icon. Tap on Favourites From the resulting list of addresses, tap on the address record you require.
Routing to an Address from Your Favourites List
1. Access the address record from your Favourites as described in Accessing an Address from Favourites.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap System Settings. Tap Power. Select Never, 10 Minutes, 20 Minutes or 30 Minutes. Tap Save.
Setting Time Zone
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap System Settings. Tap Time Zone. Use the - and + buttons to step through the time zones until the time zone for your area is displayed. Check Daylight Savings if daylight saving is in effect for your time zone. (Daylight saving is not automatically adjusted.) Tap Save.
Selecting Units of Measure
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap System Settings. Tap Units of Measure. Select Miles/Feet or Kilometres/Metres. Tap Save.
Displaying Contact Us Information
1. 2. From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap System Settings.
3. 4. 5.
Tap Contact Us. Tap Back arrow.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap System Settings. Tap Next. Tap Diagnostics. Tap Audio Test, Touchscreen Test or Video Test. When completed, tap the Back arrow to exit.
Accessing the Trip Computer
The trip computer records your average speed, the time in hours of the trip, the time in hours that you were driving, and the length of the trip. This information can be saved to a file for easy access when the information is needed.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options.
Tap Trip Computer. Select the Current Trip or a Saved Trip from the list. Select Stop to stop recording information. Select Reset to set all the information to zero. Select Reset when you are starting a trip or route that you want to record details for. Select Save to save the trip computer information to a file. You will be prompted to enter a name for the file. Enter a name and tap OK.
Current Trip Computer
Tap the Back arrow to exit.
Selecting POIs to be Displayed on the Map
In some areas the map can be cluttered with POIs, making it difficult to find what you are looking for. Use POI Selection to set which categories of icons will be shown and which will be hidden.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap POI Selection. Tap on the POI category in the list to toggle the display setting on or off. (Checked POIs will be displayed. Tap Mark All to check all POI categories. Tap Clear All to uncheck all POI categories.
Tap Save to save changes and exit.
POI Selection Screen
Deleting Addresses from the Address Book (Global)
The chapter on addresses discusses how to delete individual addresses from the address book. Address Book Options provides a way of globally deleting addresses from the address book.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Address Book Options. Tap Clear Addresses to delete all of the addresses in your Address Book. Tap Clear Favourites to delete only those addresses marked as Favourites from your Address Book. Tap Clear Previous to delete previous destinations from the Address Book.
Speed trap settings
Your Magellan RoadMate is preloaded with the location of speed cameras, so that you can be alerted when approaching a speed control area. This option provides a way to select another speed trap file, to select speed trap categories that are displayed on the map, to set alarms for each speed trap category and to set up the alert parameters. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Speed traps. Tap Select a speed traps file to activate a stored speed trap file. Tap Display Categories to indicate which types of speed traps will be displayed on the map. Tap Set Alarms to indicate which types of speed traps will trigger an audible alarm. Tap Alert Parameters to set the angle and distance that alarms will be set for each type of speed trap.
Setting the Map in 3D or 2D Mode
See the chapter on Maps for information regarding 3D and 2D map modes.
1. 2. 3. 4.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Map Options. Select 3D Map or 2D Map. Tap Save to record the changes and exit.
Setting the Map Display to Heading Up or North Up
The map can be displayed with the top of the display in the direction of you are heading or North.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Map Options. Select Heading Up or North Up. (Note that North Up is only available when the map is set to 2D mode.) Tap Save to record the changes and exit.
Setting Split Screen (TrueView) Options
As you approach a segment, the display will change to the split screen mode. Under Map Options you can turn off the split screen or set it to be just the TrueView portion of the split screen.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Map Options. Tap Auto TrueView to set it to on or off. (Checked is on and the TrueView image will be displayed.)
Tap Split TrueView to set the TrueView display to split or single view. (Checked sets split screen on.)
TrueView Split Screen
TrueView Single Screen
Tap Save to record the changes and exit.
Setting Auto Night Map Display
Normally the map is displayed in pastel colours for daytime use and a black background for nighttime use. Unchecking the Auto Night Mode will keep the map display that uses pastel colours.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Map Options. Tap on Auto Night Mode. (Checked indicates that the map will automatically change to night colours; unchecked and the map will always use the day colours.) Note: If the screen has already switched to night colours, unchecking the box will not cause the display to switch to the day colours. The switch to day colours will occur the following morning and then stay in the day colour mode.) Tap Save to record the changes and exit.
Setting Detour Options
Normally the map is displayed in pastel colours for daytime use and a black background for night time use. Unchecking the Auto Night Mode will keep the map display that uses pastel colours.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Detour Options. Select the default for the distance to be used to detour around traffic problems while routing. Set the alert timer. (Enter the time using the keypad.) Check Enable automatic detour on or off. (Checked is on and the Magellan RoadMate will automatically offer detour routing you when it registers that you are stuck in slow or stationary traffic situations.)
Detour Options Screen
Using the Simulator
When turned on, the simulator will offer the option of simulating movement on a route. Useful for learning about the Magellan RoadMate while not driving.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Simulator Mode. Tap Propose simulator mode when calculating route. When checked, the Magellan RoadMate will ask if you want the route simulated when it is created. Simulation mode will ignore actual movement and should only be used for training purposes. Tap on the desired speed factor. Tap <<1mi or 1mi>> to move the route forwards or backwards 1 mile. Tap Restart to restart the route you are currently simulating from the beginning. Tap Stop stop the current route simulation. (The Simulate button is currently not active.)
Simulator Mode Screen
Tap Back arrow to record the changes and exit.
Setting Tone Options
Provides a way of selecting the tone used to announce arrival at a segment or destination.
From page 2 of the Main Menu, tap User Options. Tap Tone Options. Select Bell, Chime or Beep. Tap Save to record the changes and exit.
Viewing Technical GPS Information
This screen provides technical information about the satellites being used to compute the GPS position.
Tap GPS Options. Tap GPS Status. PRN: pseudo random number that identifies the satellite AZ: Azimuth of the satellite EL: Satellite elevation SNR: Satellite signal-to-noise ratio TTFF: Time to First Fix (in seconds) Tap Back arrow to exit.
Installing Magellan RoadMate 1200 Display
Tools used in this guide
Phillips #00 Screwdriver (1)
A guide to accessing the RoadMate's display.
2011 iFixit CC BY-NC-SA
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Step 1 - Back Cover
Remove 4 rubber caps covering each screw by inserting the screwdriver into the side of cap and prying back and forth. Please note: this is a tedious process, but be patient.
Remove the 4 screws holding the cover in place using a Philips #00 screwdriver.
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Open the back cover. Lift the cover slowly and carefully; the speaker is screwed on the back cover and is connected to the circuit board.
Disconnect the speaker from the terminal. When reassembling, make sure that you plug the terminal in the same way. The black wire should be on the side farthest from the battery.
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Step 5 - Logic Board
Unscrew the 2 screws on either side of the board.
Lift the circuit board up and disconnect the GPS connector.
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Step 7 - Logic Board Replacement
Peel back the tape securing the display connector to the logic board.
Remove the display connector from the device. Do not pull on the cable because you may damage it. Instead, try to pull as closely as you can to the plug.
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Step 9 - GPS Sensor
Carefully flip the circuit board out so you can get to the sensor easily. Remove the tape holding the sensor to the display and take out the sensor.
Step 10 - Display
Undo the 4 clasps holding the display in place. Pop the display from the front cover.
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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
This document was last generated on Feb 12, 2011.
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Designed for simple, efficient and reliable vehicle navigation, the affordable Magellan RoadMate 1200 offers full navigation function and an amazingly easy and uncluttered interface. Unlike other navigation devices with complicated lists that require scrolling through menus you can find virtually anywhere in seconds without reading the instructions. The color touch screen provides instant access to navigation features. Exclusive QuickSpell technology searches available destinations and corrects spelling so you can enter addresses and select Points of Interest with just a few touches of the screen. Sleek, thin, rugged and compact, it's easy to take your Magellan RoadMate 1200 with you wherever you travel. The integrated rechargeable battery provides up to 3 hours of navigation when power is unavailable.
|Product Type||GPS receiver|
|Accuracy||Position - 10 ft - 16 ft ( with WAAS )|
|Features||2D / 3D map perspective, preinstalled POIs|
|Supported Memory Cards||SD Memory Card|
|Maps Included||48 United States|
|Trip Computer||Maximize freeways , avoid toll roads, avoid freeways, fast/short route|
|Resolution||320 x 240|
|Battery Enclosure Type||Internal|
|Run Time (Up To)||2 hour(s)|
|Included Accessories||SD Card|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
MDR-RF840RK Rogue WD-1219BD Ql-650TD ESF4131 Digital S1 125 Color 440 Sd Card SPF-85P X-MAX 125 KX-TG2700 Update Free Dvdr3460H 58 7744 C SGH-A827 JMA-2344 M-IS22 Audio C8 F1247 SV-DVD40 Asus T500 13 0 CRX-E300 MP 2510 LWG092RC-4 Star Wars SM-58 Digimax 401 WL-1700USB 42PC1R Server SP-510 UZ Urc-1030 MHC-DX7 KX-TG5566M DVD-P380 PT-LC76U 5900PRO DM-3200 SR-32NMB 652 WP 6321-20 Translator DVD-V1000 Srfm70 MD-MT888 5500Z 21L-FG1RU Hack Digimax A50 Security 2004 Edition Manual AWF13480W 26121T Simdriveline 1 XNV-660BT AL1516 RZ-42PX12X Server Map Update 5500A RX-317TN Civilization III TX200 T7272 RX-4103 RFG238aars Hmta1 Anywhere 2 FC1000 Acrobat 3D YZF-R6-2002 BHP452Z Ascom 9D24 Praxio Express 3 UE46B7000WW Command Panasonic G50 GT-S8500 WF7602SUV Bizhub 600 Daikin RYS NEC VT37 Optio S4 KVT-M707 KC-100 GFX-4 Map Update Free Motorola V300 Gps Review 72600 21-230 JHV RZ67proii VPC-S60 42PFL5603H CD4453B Concept 60 TZ-DCH1000 Citation V MP-C641 GA-8I945pl-G HF S200 Amplifier CD640 Review
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