Garmin GPS Map 276C
13.8 oz, 5.7″ x 1.9″ x 3.2″, External antenna, 3000 WPs
The GPSMAP 276C is an all-in-one, versatile, color chartplotter and automobile navigator - perfect for land or water. This portable GPS navigator features a 256-color TFT display that's easy to read in bright sun along with a built-in basemap and auto routing to provide you with turn-by-turn directions to the marina for a day of boating. On water, the GPSMAP 276C is a dependable, color chartplotter with a built-in Autoroute basemap enhanced by Garmin's marine cartography. It accepts pre-... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Garmin GPS Map 276C photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|hamamelis||11:13pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|Bike Mount Review Ideal for bike mounting. Looks great. Less comfortable with the additional height of the unit when used for running.|
|wh720||5:37am on Monday, November 1st, 2010|
|Having lost my GPS mount, and in a need for a quick replacement, you can count on J&R [...] Thank you. Easy To Use","Improves Functionality". A great bargain!!! I shopped around, j+r had the best price. [...] Improves Functionality|
|bguillon||1:18am on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|"I think that this is a good thing for all you fishers out their because it takes the fishing experience to a whole new level. "Three of my scuba buddies have purchased this unit and love it.|
|SandeepRaheja||4:26pm on Friday, July 16th, 2010|
|At present, as the market prices continue to drop in, use and want to try to use the GPS navigation equipment Friends increasing.|
|abc||9:38am on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|like it I bought this when my plastic strap broke off my garmin. I was very happy to find that this product was available. Does what it is supposed to This does what it is supposed to and does it well. Excellent! I use this on my Mountain Bike. I maily ride XC but it can get very technical here in New England.|
|ferryb||6:05pm on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|USB cable works fine with Windows XP. Nice well padded case. Easy To Use","Improves Functionality","Well Made","Works Well With GPS i would rate this product to everyone Easy To Use","Well Made","Works Well With GPS|
|ybabel||6:53pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|If you are unfamilar with this unit, make sure you talk with PC nation before purchasing or you could be charged a return processing fee.|
|vilism||11:54pm on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|First off, I bought the Garmin 276c because it suits my needs. extendable, durable, intuitive pricey, out-of-box lacking First off, I bought the Garmin 276c because it suits my needs. I wanted something I could use in my car, on my boat and on my motorcycle.|
|fgoldstein||4:25am on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|The GPSMAP 276C GPS Chartplotter is a color for use in both sea and land. This panel or portable GPS has a TFT color display with 256 colors. My husband just bought this and granted it is his first GPS system but he has fallen in love with it! He will never travel anywhere without it again. On the land the Garmin GPSMAP 276C Auto route base map features motorways and major roads.|
|softfarr||3:32pm on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|Good to have it in each car, it is simple, easy to use, and acurate Easy To Read, Easy To Use, Intuitive Menu, Quick Signal Loses Signal.|
|tisimpson||7:49pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|The hearth monitor strap started functioning erratically, so I had an opportunity to see how well Garmin does Customer Service - Excellent. 301 is perfect for people wanting to run and keep a record. Buy a 305 if you want somethign to look down at every second and sigh.|
|llusk||5:46pm on Saturday, March 20th, 2010|
|Purchased in combination with the Forerunner 405 (#010-00658-10) for just slightly less than the 405 with the heart rate monitor included (#010-00658-... Having used GPS extensively while flying, I understand that the geometry of satellites "in view" is the key to a quicker "lock" of signals.|
|OEMsoft13||7:32pm on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Garmin 305 bike mount This product is top drawer, locks 305 in without any worry of coming off. Sure beats wearing 305 as watch when cycling. Excellent I saw some negative reviews of this product but fortunately was not put off. Garmin Bike Mount for Forerunner 305 After reading mixed reviews I was delighted with this kit. Easy to fit and really secure on both wrist and bike.|
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Simulated navigation displayed on the Map Page (Automotive Mode)
Continue to use the Simulator to practice navigation as needed. When you are ready to navigate on your own, dont forget to turn the Simulator off before you start. To turn off the Simulator:
1. Turn the unit off by pressing and holding the red POWER key. 2. Turn the unit back on by pressing and holding the red POWER key. The unit powers on in Normal Mode.
NOTE: You can activate and deactivate the Simulator through the Setup Tab of the Main Menu or by pressing MENU while on the GPS Tab of the Main Menu.
Simulated Current Route Page (Automotive Mode)
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Basic Operation Main Pages Overview
Main Pages: Marine Mode and Automotive Mode The GPSMAP 276C offers two usage modes, Marine Mode (default) and Automotive Mode, allowing you to customize settings to use the unit for both applications. The main pages are linked together in a series that you may cycle through by pressing the PAGE key to move forward and the QUIT key to reverse. Each page also has an Options Menu that allows you to customize each page (in both Marine and Automotive Modes) to your preferences and/or select features that specically relate to that page. To view the Options Menu for any page, press the MENU key. Marine Mode features ve main pages: the Map, Compass, Highway, Active Route, and Position Data pages. Automotive Mode features two main pages: the Map and Trip Computer pages. Optional Highway and Compass Pages may be enabled in Automotive Mode. Two additional pages appear during active navigation while in Automotive Mode a Current Route Page appears if you are navigating with turn-by-turn directions and an Active Route Page appears if you are navigating Off Road. See the Navigation section for more information on navigation options. The Marine Mode is the default mode for the GPSMAP 276C. This manual rst addresses the page, such as the Map Page, as displayed in the Marine Mode. The manual then describes the page as shown Automotive Mode. To switch usage modes:
1. Press and hold the PAGE button. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select either Automotive or Marine and press ENTER/MARK.
The following examples show the main pages in Marine Mode with optional MapSource BlueChart detailed maps. In Automotive Mode, the main pages have a slightly different appearance. For example, some data eld defaults show data that is more appropriate for land navigation, and the Map Page and Compass Page display turn-by-turn directions during active navigation.
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Recently Found Items The Recently Found page displays a list of the items you have searched for or gone to recently. Press MENU to display the Options Menu for the Recently Found Items. Show Find History allows you to toggle between displaying the items you have searched for recently (Find History) and the items you have recently created a Go To for (Goto History). Remove Point removes the point that is highlighted in the list. Find Menu Options Menu To view additional options for the Find Menu, press the FIND key and then press MENU. The following options are displayed: Enable Auto Arrange automatically arranges the Find Menu. Disable Auto Arrange and Restore Default options appear when you select Enable Auto Arrange. Near Other allows you to select a new location from which to compile the Find items lists. Using the ARROW KEYPAD, move the map cursor to the desired location and press ENTER/MARK. Data Card Information shows information about the detailed map data stored on the data card, and allows you to select which maps are displayed or not displayed on the Map Page. Additional selections are included in the Options Menu when you are navigating: Near Next compiles the Find items lists based upon the next turn in the route. Near Destination compiles the Find items lists based upon the route destination. Near Current Route compiles the Find items lists based upon the active route.
Recently Found Page: Find History
Find Menu Options
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Going to a Destination in Marine Mode Press the NAV/MOB key in on any page to begin navigating to a destination. There are four ways to navigate to a destination: Go To Point, Navigate Route, Navigate Track (TracBack), and MOB (Man OverBoard) navigation. Once you are actively navigating, you will see a magenta line that always runs from your current location to the destination on the Map page. When you are navigating in Automotive Mode, there are more options for navigation. Please refer to the Navigating in Automotive Mode, which follows this section. Go To Point allows you to select a waypoint or point of interest from the Find Menu to navigate to. Navigate Route allows you to select a route to navigate. Navigate Track (TracBack) allows you to select a saved track to navigate. Stop Navigation stops the present navigation. MOB (Man OverBoard) creates a Man OverBoard waypoint and navigates to that location.
Man OverBoard (MOB) The Man OverBoard function (MOB) lets you simultaneously mark your present position and create a direct route back to that position for quick response to emergency situations.
To activate the MOB function:
1. Press and hold the NAV/MOB key, or press the NAV/MOB key twice. 2. Press ENTER/MARK to conrm and begin navigating to the MOB position.
Man OverBoard conrmation screen
Once a MOB has been activated, an MOB waypoint with an international MOB symbol is created and the unit begins actively navigating to that point. Use any of the Navigation Pages to guide you back to the MOB point. The MOB waypoint is stored in the waypoint list and may be deleted like any other waypoint.
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Going to a Destination in Automotive Mode Press the NAV/MOB key in on any page to begin navigating to a destination. Automotive Mode provides the basic options as offered while navigating in Marine Mode, as well as several other options that are especially helpful while you are navigating in Automotive Mode. New Route functions the same as Go To Point in Marine Mode navigation. Allows you to select a waypoint or point of interest from the Find Menu to navigate to. Navigate Route allows you to select a route to navigate. Navigate Track (TracBack) allows you to select a saved track to navigate. Resume Navigation restarts the present navigation. The following options are also available when you press NAV/MOB while you are navigating a route. Recalculate initiates route recalculation based on your selection of Faster Time, Shorter Distance, or Off Road. Detour creates a detour based upon the distance you select (1/2 mile, 1 mile, 2 miles, 5 miles, or 15 miles). (Only displayed when you are navigating.) Press NAV/MOB again and select Cancel Detour to end the detour. Edit Vias allows you to add points to travel through before you get to your destination. These are really helpful when looking for a gas station and planning an entire leg of a road trip. Stop Navigation stops the present navigation.
Navigating in Automotive Mode
Navigate Options in Automotive Mode
with Map Feature highlighted Accessed by pressing NAV/MOB key
New Route The New Route option works the same as the Go To function in Marine Mode. You can select a destination point from the Find Menu, and the unit quickly sets a direct course from your present position. If you have a point highlighted on a list or on the map and press NAV/MOB, Go To <point name> appears in the Navigate List. Refer to the Navigating in Marine Mode section previously found in this manual.
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Basic Operation Using Waypoints
Creating and Using Waypoints The Garmin GPSMAP 276C stores up to 3000 alphanumeric waypoints with a user-dened icon, comment, elevation, depth, and temperature available for each waypoint. Waypoints can be created using three basic methods: ENTER/MARK key allows you to quickly mark your present position. Graphically allows you to dene a new waypoint position from the map display using the ARROW KEYPAD. Text Entry allows you to enter a new waypoints position coordinates manually.
New Waypoint Page
Marking Your Present Position The Garmin GPSMAP 276Cs ENTER/MARK key lets you quickly capture your present position to create a new waypoint. You must have a valid position (2D or 3D) x to mark your present position. This can be determined by looking at the GPS Tab on the Main Menu.
To mark your present position:
1. Press and hold the ENTER/MARK key until the New Waypoint Page appears, then release it. You will see a default four-digit name and symbol for the new waypoint. 2. To accept the waypoint with the default name and symbol, use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK. To change the any information on the New Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate eld and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and conrming your changes, highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK.
Creating Waypoints Graphically Waypoints may also be quickly created with the Map Page cursor, which allows you to point and shoot at any map position or map feature to create a new waypoint. When you move the cursor over a map item, you will see a highlighted description of that item. The GPSMAP 276C uses the map item text shown on the cartography as the default name and symbol for the new waypoint.
To create a new waypoint using the Map Page:
1. Press PAGE until the Map Page is displayed. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to move the cursor to the desired map position or map feature. 3. Press and quickly release the ENTER/MARK key to capture the cursor position. Pressing and holding ENTER/MARK will mark your present position, not the map cursors location. If you have highlighted a map feature, an information page is displayed after you press ENTER/ MARK. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight Save and press Enter/Mark to save the item as a waypoint. 4. The New Map Waypoint Page appears. To accept the waypoint with the default name and symbol, highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK. To change the any information on the New Map Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate eld and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and conrming your changes, highlight OK and press ENTER/ MARK.
Map Feature Information Page
Select Save to save feature as a waypoint
New Waypoint Page for map feature shown above
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Additional Options for Creating Waypoints Waypoints may also be created by manually entering position coordinates through the Points Tab of the Main Menu. This method can be useful for creating a waypoint at a specic latitude/longitude position from a chart. You can also manually change the location coordinates in the New Waypoint Page to create a new waypoint.
To create a waypoint through the Main Menu:
1. Press MENU twice to display the Main Menu. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight the Points from the vertical list of tabs and press MENU. 3. Highlight Create Waypoint and press ENTER/MARK. To change the any information on the New Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate eld and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and conrming your changes, highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK.
Points Tab Options Menu
Creating a waypoint through the Points Tab of the Main Menu
To create a new waypoint by entering location coordinates:
1. Create a waypoint using your favorite method (discussed in previous sections). The new waypoint is created with the next available waypoint number and the receivers last know position as the default name and position. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight the Location eld and press ENTER/MARK. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to enter the desired position coordinates and press ENTER/MARK when nished. To change any of the other information on the New Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate eld and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and conrming your changes, highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK.
To change the location of a waypoint, highlight the character you want to change in the Location eld. Press UP or DOWN on the ARROW KEYPAD to change the character. 30
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To create a new waypoint by projecting its location: A waypoint may also be created by projecting the distance and bearing from a specic location to a new location.
1. Create a waypoint using your favorite method (discussed in previous sections). The new waypoint is created with the next available waypoint number and the receivers last know position as the default name and position. 2. Press MENU to open the New Waypoint Page Options Menu. 3. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight Project Location and press ENTER/MARK. 4. To change the location from which you are projecting the new waypoint, highlight the From eld and press Enter/Mark. The Find Menu opens. Select the point from which you will project you new waypoint just as you would select a waypoint or point of interest. For more information see the Finding an Item section in the Basic Operation chapter. To adjust the distance that the new waypoint will be projected beyond the original waypoint, highlight the Distance eld and press ENTER/MARK. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to adjust the distance and press ENTER/MARK. To adjust the bearing that the new waypoint will be projected from the original waypoint, highlight the Bearing eld and press ENTER/MARK. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to adjust the bearing and press ENTER/MARK. When you have adjusted all elements of the projected location, highlight OK and press ENTER/ MARK. 5. Make any other desired changes to the new waypoint data (such as the name or symbol), then highlight OK and press ENTER.
1. Press PAGE repeatedly until the Map Page is displayed. 2. Press MENU.
Map Page Options Menu (Marine Mode)
The available options described below. In the sections following, some options, such as Measure Distance, also have instructions detailing how to use the option. The Options Menu varies slightly between the Marine Mode and Automotive Mode. Declutter On/Off toggles between showing spot soundings and map outlines for easier viewing. Measure Distance allows you to measure the bearing/distance between two points on the map. Show/Hide Heading Line (Marine Mode only) toggles between showing or hiding the Heading Line, which projects from the current position (triangle vehicle icon) to show your current heading. Show/Hide Directions (Automotive Mode only) toggles between showing or hiding the directions eld at the top of the Map Page display. Hiding the directions enables more of the map to be visible. Set Up Map jumps to the Map Setup Menu, allowing you to congure the map display to your preferences, including map detail, map orientation, automatic zoom, and various map items and points. For detailed information on the Map Setup Menu, refer to the Map Page Setup Menu section later in this manual. Set Up Page Layout allows you to choose the size of text and number of data elds.
Change Data Fields allows you to specify the type of data displayed in each data eld on the page. Refer to the Appendix for a complete list of all data elds used in the GPSMAP 276C. Data Card Information shows information about the detailed map data stored on the data card, and allows you to select which maps are displayed or not displayed on the Map Page. To measure the Bearing/Distance between two points:
1. Highlight the Measure Distance option and press ENTER/MARK. An on-screen pointer appears on the map display at your present position with ENT REF below it. A push-pin icon is placed at your present location. 2. Move the cursor to the desired reference point (the point that you want to measure to). Notice the bearing and distance displayed in the data window at the top of the display. To start measuring from a different location, use the Arrow Keypad to pan to the location and press ENTER/MARK. The push-pin icon marks the map cursors location. Again, move the cursor to the point to which you want to measure. The bearing and distance from the reference point and cursor coordinates are displayed in the data window. 3. Press the QUIT key to nish.
Waypoint is selected as the Nearest Type. The Coronado, CA waypoint is the nearest waypoint.
Position Data Page (Marine Mode) Options Menu
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Understanding the Trip Computer Page The Trip Computer Page provides a quick reference for the important data you want to display while navigating a route in Automotive Mode. It indicates your current speed and many helpful statistics about your trip, such as bearing, average speed, and moving time. Reset the Trip Computer before beginning a trip. If you make frequent stops, leave the GPSMAP 276C powered on in order to receive satellites. This allows the unit to accurately measure elapsed time during the trip. Trip Computer Page Options Menu The following options are available from the Trip Computer Page. Some options are only available if you have changed the Page Layout from the default (shown to the right). Setup Page Layout allows you to choose the layout and number of data elds. You can change the layout of the Trip Computer to the Position Data Page layout while still in Automotive Mode. This will provide more detailed information of your trip. You can also then change the data elds on the Position Data Page to be more useful while in Automotive Mode. For more information about the Position Data Page layout, see the previous page. Change Nearest Type allows you to specify the type of item to be used as the nearest item: Automatic, Intersection, City, or Waypoint. Reset Trip clears trip information, except the maximum speed and the odometer. Reset Max Speed clears the maximum speed. Reset Odometer clears the running total of the distance traveled since the odometer was last reset. Reset All clears all trip information including the maximum speed and odometer.
Trip Computer Page: Automotive Mode
Trip Computer Page (Automotive Mode) Options Menu
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Main Menu Overview
Using the Main Menu The Main Menu provides access to various waypoint, system, navigation and interface management, and setup menus. The Main Menu is available from any page in the system by pressing the MENU key. To access and use Main Menu:
1. Press MENU twice. The Main Menu is divided into categories by function, such as GPS and Route. 2. Move the ARROW KEYPAD UP or DOWN to highlight the tab you want to view. The information for the highlighted tab automatically appears. Press to the RIGHT on the ARROW KEYPAD, then move UP or DOWN to select individual items on that page. 3. Press MENU for additional menu options or ENTER to make changes to the highlighted item. Press LEFT on the ARROW KEYPAD to get back to the menu tab list. Press QUIT to exit the Main Menu.
To clear the track log:
1. Press MENU twice to display the Main Menu. 2. Using the ARROW KEYPAD, highlight Track, then highlight the Active tab to the right. 3. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select the Clear button and press ENTER/MARK. 4. Highlight the OK eld and press ENTER/MARK. Press QUIT to exit.
Saving a portion of the track log
1. Press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight Track, then highlight the Active tab to the right. 3. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select Save and press ENTER/MARK. 4. A window pops up asking if you want to save the entire track log. To save the entire track, highlight Yes and press ENTER/MARK.
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To save a portion of the track log:
1. Press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. 2. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight the Track Tab, then highlight the Active tab to the right. 3. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select Save and press ENTER/MARK. 4. A window pops up asking if you want to save the entire track log. To save only a portion of the track, highlight No and press ENTER/MARK. 5. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select a beginning point and press ENTER/MARK. Use the ARROW KEYPAD to select an ending point and press ENTER/MARK. 6. The Track Review Page automatically opens. To change the name of the track, highlight the name eld and press ENTER/MARK, make your changes and press ENTER/MARK again. To delete the track on the map, highlight Delete and press ENTER/MARK.
To begin a TracBack, highlight TracBack and press ENTER/MARK. For more information about the TracBack feature, refer to the Navigating section in the Basic Operation chapter of this manual. To display the track on the map, highlight Map and press ENTER/MARK. Press QUIT to return to the Track Tab. 7. Highlight OK and press ENTER/MARK to save the track. Press QUIT to exit.
Track Review Page
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Road Routing tab To open the Road Routing tab, press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. Select Setup from the vertical tab list. Then select Road Routing from the row of tabs along the top of the page. Route Preference allows the unit to calculate a route for: Faster Time: Time is used as the criterion for calculating your route. Routes calculated with this setting are faster to drive but may be longer in distance. Shorter Distance: Distance is used as the criterion for calculating your route. Routes calculated with this setting are shorter in distance but may take more time to drive. Off Road: A direct line from your current physical location to your destination is displayed. This is useful when you are travelling outside of detailed map coverage areas or where no roads exist. Ask Me My Preference determines whether you will be asked to select a Route Preference (Faster Time, Shorter Distance, or Off Road) before route calculations. Calculation Method sets how the unit searches for the perfect route. Quickest Calculation: Fastest results, but it might not nd the best route. Quick Calculation: Takes a bit more time to calculate, but generates a better quality route. Better Route: Even better quality route, but uses a longer calculation time. Best Route: Most optimal route, but takes the longest time to calculate. Calculate Routes for sets the route calculation for the particular vehicle you are in. By specifying which vehicle type you are driving, you optimize the route for your vehicle type because some roads have vehicle-based restrictions. For example, a street or gate may be accessible by emergency vehicles only, or a residential street may not allow commercial trucking trafc. Avoid allows you to avoid certain road types and maneuvers on your route. The unit uses these road types only if alternative routes take you too far out of your way or if no other road is available. You can select to avoid U-Turns, Toll Roads, Highways, and/or Unpaved Roads.
WARNING: The unit does not automatically calculate and update the magnetic variation at
your present position if User Mag Var is selected. You must periodically update the magnetic variation as your position changes. Failure to update this setting may result in substantial differences between the information displayed on your unit and external references, such as a magnetic compass.
Owner tab The Owner tab allows you to enter information about yourself, such as your name and address, and the unit can display that information when it is turned on. This can be very helpful if your GPSMAP 276C is ever misplaced. To open the Owner tab, press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. Select Setup from the vertical tab list. Then select Owner from the row of tabs along the top of the page. Enter the desired information in the elds. You do not need to enter information in every eld. To display this information at power up, highlight the box next to Show at Power-up. Press ENTER/ MARK to place a check mark in the box. To hide the owner information at power-up, remove the check mark from the box.
Owner tab of the Setup Tab
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COM 1 and COM 2 tabs The COM 1 and COM 2 tabs allow you to control the input/output format used when connecting your unit to external devices, such as a NMEA device, a DGPS beacon receiver, a personal computer, or another Garmin GPSMAP 276C. If a DGPS receiver is used, WAAS capability is automatically turned off. To open the Com 1 or COM 2 tab, press the MENU key twice to open the Main Menu. Select Setup from the vertical tab list. Then select Com 1 or Com 2 from the row of tabs along the top of the page. Serial Data Format sets the data format to one of the following: Garmin Data Transfer the proprietary format used to upload/download MapSource data, exchange waypoint, route, track, almanac, and proximity data with a PC or another Garmin GPSMAP 276C. Garmin Data Transfer is disabled when the USB is connected and the unit automatically switches to USB format. When the USB is disconnected, the USB eld changes to Transfer Mode. There are 11 Transfer Modes to choose from. GARMIN DGPS used to connect the GPSMAP 276C with a Garmin DGPS beacon receiver. NMEA In/NMEA Out supports the input/output of standard NMEA 0183 version 3.01 data, and sonar NMEA input support for the DPT, MTW and VHW sentences. Text Out allows the unit to output simple text data that includes, data, time, position and velocity. The Baud can be set to 1200, 2400, 4800, or 9600. RTCM In allows Differential GPS (DGPS) input using a standard RTCM format. RTCM In/NMEA Out allows Differential GPS (DGPS) input using a standard RTCM format and also provides NMEA 0183 version 3.01 output. RTCM In/Text Out allows Differential GPS (DGPS) input using a standard RTCM format and also outputs simple text data that includes, data, time, position and velocity. None provides no interfacing capabilities.
COM 1 tab of the Setup Tab
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If GARMIN DGPS or RTCM In/NMEA Out format is selected, additional elds are provided to control a Garmin differential beacon receiver directly from your GPSMAP 276C. You may have the unit automatically scan for the DGPS beacon signal or you can enter the beacon frequency and bit rate on the unit and the information will be used to tune the beacon receiver. To have the unit automatically scan for a frequency:
1. With the unit set to GARMIN DGPS or RTCM In/NMEA Out, use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight the Beacon eld and press ENTER/MARK. 2. Highlight Scan and press ENTER/MARK. The numbers in the Frequency eld change as the unit scans from 284 kHz to 325 kHz, 200 bit rate, then 100, at 6-second intervals.
To restart the scan:
1. Press MENU. 2. Highlight Restart Scan and press ENTER/MARK.
To manually enter a frequency and bit rate:
1. With the unit set to GARMIN DGPS or RTCM In/NMEA Out, use the ARROW KEYPAD to highlight the Beacon eld and press ENTER/MARK. 2. Highlight User and press ENTER/MARK. 3. Highlight the Frequency or Bit Rate eld, press ENTER/MARK, then enter a frequency or bit rate and press ENTER/MARK when done.
COM 2 tab of the Setup Tab with GARMIN DGPS selected
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The Status eld displays one of the following: Tuning: Unit is attempting to tune to the specied frequency and bit rate. Scanning: Unit is automatically scanning through the frequencies and bit rates. Receiving: Unit is receiving DGPS signal and ready for operation. Check Wiring: Unit is not making connection with DGPS receiver. When the unit is receiving a DGPS signal, the SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio) and Distance elds will show data. The SNR range is 0dB to 30dB, with 30 being the best. The Distance may or may not show data, depending upon the signal being broadcast from the DGPS site. The DGPS beacon transmitters are operated by the U.S. Coast Guard (or similar government agency in other countries), which is responsible for their accuracy and maintenance. For DGPS transmitter problems or to nd the most updated list of frequencies and coverage areas, contact your local USCG, or see their Web site at http://www.navcen.uscg.mil/.
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Advanced NMEA Output Setup If you are going to interface the GPSMAP 276C with another piece of equipment (such as a radar or autopilot), the unit needs to be set to output NMEA data. The NMEA data can be customized to shorten the update time from the unit. If too many NMEA sentences are activated, the unit may take longer than two seconds to update. The GPSMAP 276C NMEA data transmission can be customized to keep the output rate at two seconds. If the unit is set up to output all of the available NMEA sentences, the output rate may exceed two seconds. To access the Advanced NMEA Output Setup:
Icons 78 Information Page 15, 42 Initialize 4 Insert Waypoint 26 Interfacing 94 Interval 20, 67 Invert 56 Route 26 IN Key 2 Item Details 15
Garmin Data Cards 103 Garmin Data Transfer 86 GARMIN DGPS 86, 87 Going to a Destination 17, 21 Go To 14, 18, 35 History 16 Point 17 Go To Point 21 GPS Off 62 GPS Tab 61, 62, 63 GRI Chain 102 Guidance Tab 82
Faster Time 81 FCC Compliance 107
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Language 79, 80 Lat/Lon 105 Latitude 105 LCL 73 Legs Track 20 Light Sectors 50 Limited Warranty 109 Lithium-ion 1, 3 Location 63, 105 Location Coordinates 30 Location Format 84 Location Formats 95 Location Tab 84 Lock to Roads 48 Log Filter 77 Longitude 105 Longitudinal Zone 98 LORAN TD Setup 101, 102 Lost Satellite Reception 62 Message Tab 77 Points Tab 65 Route Tab 64 Setup Tab 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 Sound Tab 79 Track Tab 66, 67, 68, 69 Main Pages 1213 Man OverBoard 17, 20 MapSource 14, 15 Map Card 43 Map Data Information 110 Map Datum 84, 95 Map Datum List 96, 97 Map Page 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 Options Menu 44 Setup Menu 47 Map Page Setup 47 Area Tab 51 City Tab 50 General Tab 48 Line Tab 49 Map Tab 48 Marine Tab 50 Mar Nav Tab 50 Point Tab 51 Road Tab 51 Topo Tab 51 Waypoint Tab 49 Map Scales 43 Marine Mode 2, 10, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 40, 44, 45, 47, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 80 Marking a Waypoint 7 Mark Position 28 Max Speed 105 Mean Lower Low Water 73 Measure Distance 34, 44, 45 MENU Key 2 Messages 99, 100 Message Tab 77 Mils 83 MOB 17, 20 Moonrise 75 Moonset 75 Moon Phase 75 Move around the Map 41 Navigate Route 21 Navigating 17, 18, 19, 20 Automotive Mode 21, 22 Navigation 17, 18, 19, 20 Navigation Alarms 71 Nearest Type 58, 59 Near Current Route 14, 16 Near Destination 14, 16 Near Next 14, 16 Near Other 14, 16 New Altitude 63 New Location 9, 63 New Route 21 New Waypoint 30, 31 Next Distance 105 Next Turn Alarm 71 Next Turn Pop-up 82 NMEA 86, 89, 94 NMEA In/NMEA Out 86 North Up 48, 63 No Beacon Signal 63 Numeric Degrees 83
Magnetic Variation 85 Main Menu 60 Alarms Tab 70, 71 Celestial Tab 73, 74, 75, 76 Display Tab 78 GPS Tab 61, 62, 63
The GPSMAP 276C is an all-in-one, versatile, color chartplotter and automobile navigator - perfect for land or water. This portable GPS navigator features a 256-color TFT display that's easy to read in bright sun along with a built-in basemap and auto routing to provide you with turn-by-turn directions to the marina for a day of boating. On water, the GPSMAP 276C is a dependable, color chartplotter with a built-in Autoroute basemap enhanced by Garmin's marine cartography. It accepts pre-programmed or user programmed data cards with MapSource BlueChart for offshore detail or Recreational Lakes with Fishing Hot Spots for detail of inland lakes. In addition, the GPSMAP 276C supports external NMEA sources for water depth, water temperature, and water speed through two serial interfaces. The unit also features a Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) - an advanced navigation tool commonly found on aircraft, but equally practical in the marine environment. The CDI quickly indicates if a boat has veered off course. On land, the GPSMAP 276C's Americas or European Autoroute basemap features interstates and major highways. With an optional automotive kit that includes MapSource City Select software, data card, friction mount, and 12-volt power adapter with speaker, drivers can receive voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions to addresses and points of interest throughout the United States and Canada or Europe. For map transfer or software updates, the GPSMAP 276C features a fast USB-PC interface. The unit is also powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack, or a standard 110-volt AC plug.
|Product Type||GPS receiver|
|Accuracy||Position - 49 ft Velocity - 0.16 ft/sec Position - 10 ft - 16 ft ( with DGPS ) Position - 10 ft ( with WAAS )|
|Grids||UTM, MGRS, Lat/Lon, User, Loran TDs, Maidenhead|
|Interface||NMEA 0183, RTCM SC-104 DGPS|
|GPS Functions / Services||Tide Tab, bearing, distance, elevation, CTS (Course to Steer), MOB (Man Overboard), ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival), VMG (Velocity Made Good), speed, ETE (Estimated Time Enroute)|
|Supported Memory Cards||Garmin Data Card|
|Maps Included||South America, Canada, USA, Alaska, Central America, Mexico|
|Software Included||MapSource Trip & Waypoint Manager, Garmin Americas Autoroute Basemap|
|Compatible GPS Software||MapSource City Select|
|Waypoints per route||300|
|Trip Computer||Avoid U-turns, avoid highways, TracBack, average speed, maximum speed, trip timer, trip distance, avoid toll roads, sun/moon positions|
|Resolution||480 x 320|
|Connector Type||Antenna Serial|
|Battery Enclosure Type||Internal|
|Run Time (Up To)||15 hour(s)|
|Included Accessories||PC cable, mounting bracket, AC power adapter|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Min Operating Temperature||5 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||140 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||010-00331-00, GPSMAP 276C|
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