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Holux M 1200E
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|bobert_oo||1:09pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|Very impressive little GPS reciever Bought this to pair with a netbook and Microsoft Streets and Trips. Works great and easy to use The Holux M-1200 product works great, rapidly locking onto satellites, and is easy to use. However.|
|totto||10:46pm on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|Great item, Fast shipping...Great seller I purchased this GPS receiver to replace one I purchased elsewhere about 5 years ago.|
|tzeentch||6:25pm on Saturday, June 19th, 2010|
|Holux M1200 w/Blackberry Bold and Google Maps I would like to say I had good luck using the Holux M1200 with Google Maps on my Blackberry Bold but.|
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HOLUX M-1200E Bluetooth GPS Logger Users Manual
Bluetooth GPS Logger M-1200E
No.1-1, Innovation Road I, Science-based Industrial Park, HsinChu City 300, Taiwan TEL: 886-3-6687000 FAX: 886-3-6687111
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Table of Contents
OVERVIEW..... 2 MAIN FEATURES.... 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION... 4 BASIC SPECIFICATION.... 4 ACQUISITION TIME (REFER TO MTK CHIP SPECIFICATION)... 4 RECEIVER ACCURACY.... 4 USE LIMITATION.... 4 POWER SUPPLY..... 4 OUTPUT AND INTERFACE... 5 PHYSICAL.... 5 OTHER FUNCTIONS.... 5 GETTING STARTED.... 6 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION.... 7 M-1200E LOGGER TRACK LOGGING AND MODE SETTING.. 9 INSTALLATION OF MINI GPS VIEWER PROGRAM... 12 EXECUTE THE MINI GPS VIEWER PROGRAM... 12 DRIVER INSTALLATION.... 13 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT.... 13 INSTALLATION.... 13 IMPORTANT.... 13 APPENDIX A. TROUBLESHOOTING... 15 APPENDIX B. POWER JACK & DATA PORT... 16 APPENDIX C. BLUETOOTH DEVICES CONNECTION... 17 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) STATEMENT. 19
HOLUX M-1200E Bluetooth GPS Logger Manual
(Fig.1) The HOLUX M-1200E Wireless GPS Logger allows users to store of up to 200,000 GPS coordinates of latitude, longitude, time, and elevation. The data can be analyzed by uploading to a computer through its USB/Bluetooth connection. Once the coordinates and the digital images are integrated, the tracking history and the location the images were taken can be shared through ezTour or Google Earth. The HOLUX M-1200E Bluetooth GPS Logger (Fig. 1) is a total solution GPS Logger with Bluetooth, USB interface and built-in rechargeable battery for high sensitivity to tracking signal. M-1200E design is based on Media Tek Inc.(MTK) GPS solution-MT3329 low power Architecture. M-1200E meets the requirement of field application, such as car navigation, mapping, agriculture surveying and security use under clear view of sky. With the advanced technology, M-1200E can search up to 66 satellites simultaneously, re-acquires satellite signals in 0.1 microsecond and updates position data per second.
Built in MTK MT3329 Low power consumption GPS chipset 66 parallel satellite-search channels for fast acquisition and reacquisition Superior sensitivity up to -165 dBm Built-in WAAS/EGNOS Demodulator without any additional hardware Compatible with Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP) completely Low power consumption Rechargeable and changeable Lithium-ion battery Provide expand terminal contact to other system without Bluetooth device Support NMEA0183 V 3.01 data protocol 4 color-LEDs indicate to show the status of device FLASH based program memory. New software revisions upgradeable through serial interface Small, sleek, and lightweight design easily fits in your hand Over-heat protection auto-power off when operation temperature reaches 45C. Enhanced algorithms -SnapLock and SnapStart provide superior navigation, performance in urban, canyon and foliage environments. For Car navigation, Marine navigation, Fleet management, AVL, Personal navigation, Tracking System, and Mapping device application.
Chipset: MTK MT3329 chipset. Channels: 66 parallel satellite-search channels. Frequency: 1575.42 MHz Receiver: L1, C/A code. Built-in 4M Bytes flash memory capable of recording 200,000 points of GPS data
Acquisition Time (refer to MTK chip specification)
Reacquisition: 0.1 second Cold start: < 36 seconds Warm start:< 33 seconds Hot start: < 1 second
Normal: < 3 meters CEP without SA Enable EGNOS or WAAS: Position: < 2.2 meters, horizontal 95% of time < 5 meters, Vertical 95% of time Velocity: within 0.1 meters / second Time: 0.1 microsecond synchronized GPS time
Altitude: < 18,000 meters (60,000 feet) Velocity: < 515 meters/ second (1000Knots) Acceleration: 4 G Jerk: 20 meters / second3, max
External Voltage: 5V DC +/-5% Batteries: Main Power: Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery for system power. Working voltage: 30~40mA@ 3.7V (Normal mode). 28mA (Power Saving). Auto Power saving mode. Circuit protection on M-1200E when over-temperature 45C occurs.
Output and Interface
Output I. Output protocol Baud Rate: 38400 bps Data bit: 8 Parity: No Stop bit: 1 II. Format. NMEA0183 V3.01: GPGGA (1time/1 sec), GPGSA (1 time/5 sec.), GPGSV (1time /5 sec.), GPRMC (1time /1 sec.), GPVTG (1 time/1 sec), (GLL, or MTK NMEA Command for optional). III. Datum: WGS84. Input/ Output Interface: I. Compatible Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP), Version1.2 and class 2(up to 10 meter range). II. In/Out Port. GPS signal (Out)/Command(In) with USB Level Mini USB Type B Connector
Size: 68.3 22.8 15.5 (mm) (+/-0.5mm) Weight: 32 (g) (+/- 0.5g) Operating Temperature: -10C to + 60C (under the un-charging condition); Charging Temperature: 0C to + 45C Storage Temperature:-20C to + 60C Operating humidity: 5% to 85% No condensing
Bluetooth frequency: 2.4 ~2.48GHz Bluetooth Input Sensitivity: -85dBm Low sensitivity of receiving satellite signal: -165 dBm LED Functions: Indicate Bluetooth status, GPS status, Battery Status, Battery charging status and POI record status.
Getting Started 1. Charge Battery
Please charge battery till LED off for the first time. Power cable plug in Charge Battery Battery indicator light: Power too low -------- Red LED on Charging -------------- Green LED on Full or Not in charging -- LED off
Mini USB socket
Power cable connect to power socket
2. Turn on the power
Bluetooth Status Turn on M-1200E power No Searching Bluetooth device Yes Data is transferring? Yes Stop data transferring? Yes Reconnect Bluetooth device? Transferring Blue LED blinking No (1time / 3 sec)
Bluetooth Status Power switch
Blue LED blinking (1time / 1sec)
Waiting for reconnection Blue LED blinking No (1time / 1sec)
Note: Some PDAs have to re-open Bluetooth manager for Bluetooth device re-connection.
GPS Status Put M-1200E in clear view of the sky without any obstruction for better satellite acquiring. Turn on M-1200E power Steady orange Search GPS -LED on Orange Position Fixed -LED blinking Turn off M-1200E power Power Off -Orange LED off
Release M-1200E POI Button Yellow LED off POI button
Press the POI button once, the POI yellow LED is on. Release the button, the yellow LED is off. It means the POI record is completed. Press M-1200E POI Button Yellow LED on
1). M-1200E Body description see Fig. 2:
LED of GPS (Orange) LED of Battery (Red / Green) Bluetooth LED (Blue) POI LED (Yellow)
2). LED status: SYMBOL COLOR Blue Bluetooth/ POI Blinking Press POI button Release POI button Light on Light off Light on Blinking STATUS DESCRIPTION 1 time / 1 sec Search Bluetooth Device 1 time / 1 sec Standby Mode 1 time / 3 sec Transferring Data Record the POI data Light on Light off POI record is completed. Power too low In charging Battery full or Not in charging Acquiring Satellites 1 time / 1 sec Position Fixed
Red Battery N/A Orange
Green Light on
3). Power Switch: a. Power on, Orange light is on. b. Power off, Orange light is off. 4). Optional accessories, and connector description, see Fig. 4 PC/ Notebook USB port
USB to Mini USB Cable (Fig.4)
M-1200E Logger Track Logging and Mode Setting
5.2.1 Data Logging 1. When the power is turned on, the device will automatically search for satellite positioning (orange LED on), and then logging will begin. When the power is switched off, the logging will stop. When the power is turned on again, it will once again conduct satellite positioning and start logging. 5.2.2 GPS Data Logging Mode Setting 1. Install ezTour onto a PC or notebook (see ezTour instructions manual for installation) 2. When the application runs, the following main screen can be seen:
3. From the Menu bar select [Setup GPS Logger] to bring up the settings window
4. Make sure that the M-1200E is connected to a PC or notebook, and select [reconnect] or [manual settings] 5. The logger can be set to record by a set time or set distance. The conditions for recording can be set the following ways: (1) Select car, bicycle, exercising, or walking mode. 6. When the loggers data storage is full, there are two modes to choose from: (1) Rewrite (default): When the data is full, data will begin to be rewritten, overwriting
the data from the beginning. (2) Terminate: When the data is full, the logger will cease to record any further data. 7. Press [Confirm] to start logging according to the new setting. 5.2.3 Data Read When the logger M-1200E is connected to a PC or notebook through USB or Bluetooth, the data can be extracted through ezTour. Please see ezTour instruction manual for details.
Installation of Mini GPS Viewer program
We provide a program Mini GPS viewer.exe for end user to watch the satellite signal receiving status on laptop or PDA device. For Windows 2000/XP OS, you can execute Mini GPS viewer_PC directly. For Microsoft Pocket PC, please copy Mini GPS viewer_PPC to SD card or device, then execute Mini GPS viewer_PPC.
Execute the Mini GPS Viewer program
1) The following window is shown after executing Mini GPS Viewer_PPC,( see Fig. 5).
(Fig. 5) 2) Setup the Baud rate: input 38400, then tap Auto Detect button to scan your COM Port. Select your COM Port respectively, then tap Open button. Check log screen below if the satellite data is receiving correctly.
(Fig. 6) 3) In setup panel you can see Hot StartWarm StartCold Startwhich allow you to re-acquisition of Ephemeris and Almanac. Basically the satellites are always moving in the sky, if Ephemeris and Almanac data in GPS Logger cant meet real satellites status upon you if GPS Logger is over 0.5 hour power off but you are no longer in the previous position , it takes more time for the GPS Logger to get GPS position fix soon. We suggest you can click Cold Start or Warm start to re-acquisition. Or you can remove the battery for 3 seconds and reinsert it, this operation is the same with Cold Start.
The following is the steps of installation USB driver
System Requirement CPU: IBM, Pentium III or above, or other compatible PC. Memory: above 32 MB
System: Windows 2000/XP
I. Starts the driver installer from driver CD. II. Connect USB data cable to computer. System will search new hardware and install the driver automatically III. Connect M-1200E GPS Logger with USB data cable.
Verify the COM port to start using your own navigation software.
Click <Start> menu, select <Setting>, then enter <Controller>
II. After entering <Controller>, and select <System>. III. Select <Device Manager>. IV. Find the < Connector (COM & LPT)> and check the Virtual COM Port, which was created by the USB driver. Please note that the virtual COM port number might be different from every computer. Before using navigation software, please confirm the COM Port numbers created by your computer and provided by your navigation software. Otherwise, the navigating software wont receive the satellite signal, because of the un-match COM Port setting.
Appendix A. Troubleshooting
Using ezTour to connect M-1200E is fail
Turn on the M-1200E power switch, and
M-1200E power is not turned on. make sure GPS Orange LED is on. Please reference 7.3. Power On/Off M-1200E. Re-Start PDA or PC and refer to Appendix C Bluetooth Device Connection to re-connect.
Bluetooth function unstable
Can not open the COM port Can not find
Bluetooth connection interrupted or Check the Bluetooth connection again, COM port is conflicted/ occupied by Check and close other programs that might other programs. Poor Bluetooth connection conflict with. Re-Start PDA or PC and refer to Appendix C Bluetooth Device Connection.
Appendix B. Power Jack & Data Port
Jack type: Mating face of 5 pin Mini USB Type B female. Pin definition see table 1.
Table 1 Pin 5 Pin Name GND NC D_Plus D_Minus USB data transfer.(Voltage Level is 3.3V ~ 5.0V). USB data transfer.(Voltage level is 3.3V ~ 5.0V). Signal and description Signal ground, Battery charging ground.
Positive terminal of DC adaptor that powers the internal VCHARG charging circuit of Li-Ion battery. The approved power supply is 5.0V +/- 0.4V, 500mA
Appendix C. Bluetooth Devices Connection
The following is the steps of software installation to setup on PDA, DELL AXIM x51v with Bluetooth Manager. For other PDA or laptop device, the steps might vary.
2. In Pocket PC setting system panel, enable manage GPS automatically. Note: The setting may vary in other PocketPC or Smartphone , please check the manual or consult the technical service respectively.
3. Tap the Bluetooth icon to start Bluetooth Manager on PocketPC to enable Bluetooth function.
4. In Devices panel, tap New partnership to search Bluetooth devices nearby. If the result is not found, tap Refresh to research again.
5. Choose the Bluetooth device HOLUX_M-1200E and tap Next
6. Connect to Serial port or SPP Slave, then tap Finish
7. Go to the COM ports panel to tap New Outgoing Port, choose HOLUX_M-1200E device and tap Next.
8. Select the COM port, then tap finish, it will show as right figure, and tap OK to finish the Bluetooth setting. Recommend not to use Secure Connection which may cause unstable connection.
9. Then you can enable your navigation map program to enjoy GPS function now.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to 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 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 separation 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. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. 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. This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions and the antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. End-users and installers must be provide with antenna installation instructions and transmitter operating conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
GPS ezTour Users Manual
Read GPS Log From Device... 2 POI button.... 4 Clear Data Logger Memory... 5 Data Logger Configuration.... 5 Track List Window.... 7 Add Place Mark.... 8 Add Photos..... 9 Browse photos.... 10 GeoTag Save GPS Information into Photos... 11 Photo List Window.... 11 Upload Photos to Flickr/Locr.... 12 Shift Photo Time... 13 Photo Comments.... 14 Media List View.... 14 Google Earth Viewing.... 14 Save As KMZ File.... 14 Export As Html.... 15 Speed/Altitude View.... 15 Track Editing..... 16 Save and Open Project.... 19 Time Zone Setting and Daylight Saving Time... 19 Options.... 20 System Requirement.... 22
Read GPS Log From Device
Step 1 Connect Data Logger to PC USB port. Please make sure the Data Logger power is turn on. Step 2 Menu command File -> Read log Users have to input product key at the first time. The product key is on the cover of installation CD.
GPS Photo Tagger will automatically detect the port and baud rate and read in the GPS tracks.
A track list window will be popped up. Select the tracks to import.
Tracks will be shown on the Google Map window.
If your logger has POI button, you can press the POI button to mark the point. When the POI button is pressed while logging, a POI icon will appear on the track through the ezTour utility. Press the POI icon on the ezTour to edit the name of the track, and add notes.
Clear Data Logger Memory
Menu command File -> Clear Device log will clear the data stored in device, so the device memory are enough for next usage.
Data Logger Configuration
Connect Data Logger to PC. Menu command File -> Config GPS If Data Logger is not connected, the GPS Log Setting area will be disabled. Please make sure the Data Logger power switch is turn on when connect.
Auto Scan GPS Module (Recommended) The program will automatically detect the com port and the baud rate. It is recommended to set to auto scan.
Users can also manually set the port and baud rate. Although it can speed up the initial connect time, but it is not recommended unless users understand the valid port and baud rate.
GPS Log Setting
There are 4 log modes: General mode, vehicle mode, cycling mode, and hiking mode. Users can also change the default setting of these 4 modes.
Log every () seconds:
Specify the log period. For example, if specify 3 seconds, the GPS device will log every 3 seconds.
Log every () meters:
Specify the log distance. For example, if specify 10 meters, the GPS device will log every 10 meters.
Data Log Memory
A bar show how many percentage of memory is used in the Data Logger device. Users can use Clear Log to clear all the memory.
When data logger memory is full
Overwrite: Overwrite the earliest logged data. Stop Log: Stop data logging.
Track List Window
Tracks are list on the top. Users can change the colors and line widths of tracks. Press Play button, Google map window will animate the whole trip by moving the current position. Check Photo Slide Show will show photo while animate trips.
Add Place Mark
To add a new place mark, please click on the blue balloon icon, and then click on the position of new place marker. The Place Mark Property dialog will be pop up for editing.
Users can manually add photos to the place mark, or delete photos from the place mark.
Users can add photo from a file folder, or selected files. Add photo from a folder: Menu command Photo -> Add Photo -> From Folder. Select a folder to add photo. Add photo from selected files: Menu command Photo -> Add Photo -> From Files. Use Ctrl-Click, or Shift-Click to select multiple files.
The photo will show on the Photo View window. Users can add comments to each photo. Users can also rotate, delete photo.
When photos are added, GPS Photo Tagger will automatically match photo and GPS logged waypoints by time. Place marks will be created as a placeholder for photos.
Click on the next photo and prev photo buttons to browse the photos. Current photo and current place mark will be synchronized.
GeoTag Save GPS Information into Photos
Menu command Photo -> Write GPS info into photos will save the latitude, longitude, and altitude into photo. A progress window will show the writing progress.
Photo List Window
Photo list window will show the attributes of photos. The information includes file name, date, place mark, latitude, longitude, and Geotagged flag.
Upload Photos to Flickr/Locr
Menu command Photo > Upload Photos to Flickr will invoke upload wizard. Users can set Title, description, Tag, Public or Private, and Upload photo size. Menu command Photo>Upload Photos to Locr will invoke upload wizard for Locr. Please type in the user name and password.
If you want to upload geotagged photos directly on Flickr web site:
You have to turn on the following option. "Your Account">"Privacy & Permissions">"Import EXIF location data: Yes" After the option is turned on, the uploaded photo will be put on map. Go to Flickr > You > Your map, you can browse your photos on the map.
Shift Photo Time
Menu command Photo -> Shift photo time will invoke the shift photo time window. All the photo will be added (or subtracted) the specified time. The dates are saved in the Exit parts of Jpeg or Tiff file. After the shift, GPS Photo Tagger will automatically match the photo and track waypoints again. User can put more than 365 in days.
Support multi-language comments. The comments will be uploaded to Flickr, packed in the kml file.
Media List View
Users can import not only photos. All other media files are allowed to be imported and tagged to tracks according to the file create times.
Google Earth Viewing
Command File -> View in Google Earth will invoke Google Earth to view the tracks and photos. Users have to install the Google earth. http://earth.google.com/
Save As KMZ File
Menu command File -> Export as Kmz to save the tracks and photos in kmz file. You can import kmz file to Google Earth. You can also send kmz file to friends to
share their trips with friends as long as they have installed Google Earth on their computers. The picture size packed in the kmz file can be set in the options dialog. Menu command Tools -> Options > Google Earth > Photo size in KMZ.
Export As Html
Command File > Export Html File will invoke a preview dialog. Users can save it as html file or mht file and share with friends.
Show speed graph, altitude graph, or both at the same time. The waypoints with photos on it will be marked with square. Moving cursor on red square will display the photo. You can pan left, pan right, zoom in, zoom out in the altitude graph.
Switch to folder Track Editor on the left window. Move the cursor on the track will show the preselected waypoint time. Click on track to select the whole track.
Shift-Click multiple selections Select one waypoint, and then shift-click on another waypoints. The waypoints between these two waypoints will all be selected.
Ctrl-Click multiple selections Ctrl-Click on waypoints will toggle the waypoints selections.
Area selection Click on Area Selection button, drag an rectangle area. All the waypoints and place marks in the rectangle area will be selected.
Delete waypoints Click on Remove button to remove the selected objects.
- Split tracks
Click on a waypoint, and click right mouse button. Select command Split Track.
press undo redo buttons to undo/redo the edit actions. Multiple layers of undo/redo are supported.
- Merge tracks
Command Track > Merge Tracks. Select the tracks. Press OK button.
Save and Open Project
Menu command File -> Save project will save the tracks and photo as a project file. Menu command File -> Open project will open the saved project. The project, photos, and photo comments will be restored after the project opened.
Time Zone Setting and Daylight Saving Time
There are two time zone settings in GPS Photo Tagger. One is Photo time zone, the other is Display time zone. Photo time zone is set to the same time zone of your digital camera. The Display time zone is set for displaying purpose. For example, If you are an Englishman and you travel to United State. The Photo time zone should be set to England because your digital camera time zone is in England, and the display time zone should be set to United State. The Photo time zone by default is set to the PC default value. In most of the case the default value is correct. Menu command Tools -> Options will invoke the options dialog. You can set Photo Time Zone in the dialog. The display time zone setting is in the status bar. If it is daylight saving time, please check the checkbox Daylight Saving Time.
Menu command Tools > Options
Metric: Kilometer / meters will be used for displaying. Imperial: Miles / feet will be used for displaying.
Degrees, minutes, seconds: Latitude and longitude will be display like 231220 Degrees: Latitude and longitude will be display like 23.22152
Photo Time Zone:
The time zone of your digital camera time setting
Max photo/track diff time:
The setting is used to match photo and track waypoints. Photo Tagger will match photos and waypoints by time. It will find the nearest waypoint time to locate the photo. Yet, if the closest waypoint time is more than the Max photo/track diff time, it will not match the photo.
Group Photos when distance is less than:
When two photos distance is less than the setting, these two photos will be put in the same place mark.
Photo size in KMZ:
The size of the photos packed in the KMZ file. It is related to the command File > Export As KMZ
Set the languages for menu, buttons and messages.
Minimum System Requirement: - Windows XP - Pentium III, 1000 Mhz - 256MB RAM - 128 MB disk space - Network speed: 256 Kbits/sec - 800x600, "16-bit High color" screen.
Recommended System Requirement - Windows XP or Vista - Pentium IV, 2.4GHz above - 512MB RAM - 2G Bytes free disk space - Network speed: 768 Kbits/sec - 1280x1024, "32-bit True Color" screen.
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