Magellan GPS Tracker
GOST Navtracker 1.0 Stand Alone System (PM-NT-1.0-30) The NAV-TRACKER 1.0 is the most basic version of the system available. This system was originally created at the request of the insurance companies as a low cost system for their customers. This system uses the same technology and website as all of the other versions of the NAV-TRACKER, but is designed to be hidden and not accessible onboard the vessel. The system will send multiple daily position reports, at the interval selected by the user... Read more
Brand: MARINE MAGELLAN
Part Numbers: 30557, PM-NT-1.0-30
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How many batteries does my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak require? The GPS Tracker/ColorTrak uses four AA alkaline batteries that are installed from the bottom of the receiver. How do I create a waypoint in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press mark to create the waypoint, highlight the data field you wish to change and press enter. Use the arrows to input the data and press enter to exit the edit mode for that data field. To save the changes you have made, press mark or highlight save wpt and press enter How do I create a GOTO? Press GOTO and the GOTO menu will be displayed. Use the up/down arrows to highlight the desired waypoint destination and press enter. The scroll bar, on the right, indicates the approximate position on the waypoint list. You are returned to the last viewed NAV screen. The name of the waypoint is at the top of the screen with navigation information that you can use. How do I delete a waypoint or landmark? 1. From any NAV screen, press menu, highlight waypoints or landmarks and press enter. 2. Highlight the waypoint you wish to delete and press enter. 3. Press menu, highlight delete wpt and press enter. 4. A pop-up window will appear. Use the up/ down
arrows to select yes and press enter.
What is a backtrack? A backtrack creates a route that starts from the last point recorded in track history, using the bread crumbs saved, to the first point recorded for track history. By following this route, you retrace your steps back to the starting point.
How many navigation screens does GPS Tracker/ColorTrak have? GPS Tracker/Color Tracker has nine navigation screens STATUS, POSITION, NAV 1, COMPASS, NAV 2, PLOT, ROAD, SPEED, and TIME. What type of information is on the status screen? The status screen gives you the general well-being of your GPS by showing you satellite status and signal strengths, battery life, and temperature. How do I change the temperature unit from Celsius to Fahrenheit in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? 1. From the status screen press menu. 2. Use the up/down arrow to select temp units and press enter. 3. Use up/down arrow to select Fahrenheit and press enter. How do I reset the odometer in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press the NAV button repeatedly to view the speed screen, press menu, highlight odom reset to zero and press enter. A pop-up window will
appear. Select yes and press enter. 14 Question: How do I reset the trip odometer in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press the NAV button repeatedly to view the speed screen, press menu, highlight trip reset and press enter. A pop-up window will appear. Select yes and press enter.
How many waypoints can store in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? You can save up to 500 waypoints in your GPS Tracker/ColorTrak. How do I create a multi-leg route in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? 1. Press menu, highlight routes and press enter. 2. A route menu will appear. Highlight an empty route and press menu, highlight create. 3. A screen will appear with the first dotted line highlighted. Press enter to display your list of waypoints. 4. Highlight the first waypoint for your route and press enter. 5. The receiver will display the selected waypoint in the starting location and will highlight the destination for leg two. Press enter for your next selection. Continue this process until you have completed the route. 6. To end the creation process, use the up/down arrow to highlight save route and press enter. How do I delete a waypoint in a route? 1.From any NAV screen, press menu, highlight waypoints and press enter. 2. Highlight the waypoint you wish to delete and press
enter. 3. Press menu, highlight delete wpt and press enter. 4. Use the up/down arrow to select yes or no and press enter How do I activate a route in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu and select routes. Highlight the route that you wish to activate, press menu and highlight activate. Activating a route will automatically deactivate any other route or GOTO.
How do I delete a route in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, highlight routes and press enter. Highlight the route that you wish to delete, press menu, highlight delete and press enter. How do I change contrast in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? From any NAV screen, press menu, highlight contrast and press enter. A pop-up window will be displayed. Use the left/right arrows to adjust the contrast and press enter How do I reinitialize the GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? To reinitialize, press menu, highlight setup and press enter. The setup menu will appear, highlight initialize and press enter. How do I change the elevation mode from 2D to 3D in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, highlight setup and press enter. Highlight elev mode and press enter. Highlight 3D and press enter. How do I change navigation units from kilometers to miles/MPH? Press menu, from any screen, highlight setup and press enter.
Highlight NAV units and press enter. Highlight miles/MPH and press enter. 26 Question: How do I change magnetic north to true north in myGPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, from any screen, highlight setup and press enter. Highlight north ref and press enter. Highlight true north and press enter. How do I perform clear memory in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? The clear memory function allows you to delete track history, waypoints, routes, back waypoints, as well as reset defaults to the factory defaults. There is also an option to delete everything in the receivers memory. Press menu, from any screen, highlight setup and press enter. Highlight clear memory and press enter.
What can be done if your receiver does not turn on? 1. Check to see if batteries are installed correctly. 2. Replace with four new AA alkaline batteries. What can be done if my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak cannot get a position fix? 1. If there are any obstacles nearby or overhead, move to a new location. 2. Make sure that the antenna is pointing up, has a clear view of the sky, and is a reasonable distance away from your body. 3. Check sat status to see where the satellites are and if the receiver is acquiring data. 4. If the receiver still does not
get a position fix within 10 minutes, you may repeat the initialization procedure. 5. If re-initializing does not help you can reset or clear memory on the GPS. NOTE: This will erase all landmarks/waypoints but should get the GPS.
Why does the elevation jump up and down? The position and elevation may drift when the receiver is in one position for an extended period of time. Elevation drift usually is 100 to 200-feet maximum on ColorTrak and Tracker GPS receivers Why is the battery life shorter than it should be? 1. Make sure that you are using four AA alkaline batteries. 2. Shorter life span of the batteries can be due to excessive use of the backlight. Turn the backlight off when not needed. Why dont the position coordinates on my receiver match the location on your map? 1. Make sure that your receiver is set up to use the same datum as your map. 2. Check your lat/lon format. Make sure that the format selected in coordinate system (deg/min/sec or deg/min.MM) is in the same format as the map you are using. Does the receiver adjust itself for daylight savings time? No. You need to reset the time for changes in your area.
Why wont the receiver accept the coordinates I am inputting? The most common cause is that you are trying to enter coordinates that are in degrees/minutes while your receiver is set to degrees/minutes/ seconds. Because the last two digits in degrees/minutes is in hundredths (00-99) and degrees/minutes/seconds can be no higher than 59 (00-59), inputting a number higher than 59 while in deg/min/sec results in an error and the receiver does not accept the entry. Can I use NiCad batteries in my GPS Tracker? Yes. However, the battery life of your GPS Tracker will be diminished as well as the possibility of an incorrect reading on the battery life gauge with the use of NiCad batteries. Why doesnt the temperature reading match the external temperature? The reason for a different temperature reading is due to solar heat or heat from your hand as you hold the unit. These factors can cause an increase in the temperature. You say my receiver should work for 30 hours on four batteries. Why doesnt mine last that long? First you have the display backlight on. The light increases the drain on the batteries causing the decrease in battery life. Second, you are using NiCad batteries. Although your GPS Tracker will operate on NiCad batteries, the battery life is diminished. What is the operating range in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak?
Operating 14 to 140 to (F F 10 to 60 C C) Storage -40 to 167 (-40 F F C to 75 C) How long will the unit stay on if I use fresh new batteries? Up to 30 hours continuous operation. How can I check battery life in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press the NAV button repeatedly so that you can get the status screen. At the bottom you can get the battery strength.
What is track history? Track history records where you have been by automatically storing locations, as dropping bread crumbs from your starting point as you travel. This will be especially useful when you want to return to your starting point; the receiver uses these points to return to your starting point, using the same path
What type of information will I see from the plot screen? The plot screen is a mini map that shows where you have traveled and where you want to travel. You can view the active route, your current position, other waypoints, and your destination in the plot screen. How do I clear track history in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press the NAV button to view the plot screen, press menu. Highlight clr track and press enter. Use the up/down arrow to select yes and press enter.
What is the function of the time screen? The time screen displays the current time, estimated time enroute (ETE), time of arrival, and elapsed time in regards to the route in which you are navigating. The first data field can be customized to correct the current time and to select the time format. How do I change Time format in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press the menu button and select setup and press enter. Highlight time format and pres enter. Your choices for time format are local 24HR, local am/pm, and utc.
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How many routes can I store in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? The GPS Tracker/ColorTrak holds 20 routes. How many legs can I include in a route in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? You can include 30 Legs per route in your GPS Tracker/ColorTrak. How do I reverse the route in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, highlight routes and press enter. Highlight the route that you wish to reverse and press menu. Highlight reverse and press enter. The screen will display the route menu and the waypoints in the titles will reverse How can I view the entire route while navigating? Press menu, highlight routes and press enter. Highlight the
route that you wish to view, press menu, highlight plot view, and press enter. 55 Question: How can I change the coordinate system in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, from any screen, highlight setup and press enter. Highlight coord system and press enter. Highlight your choice and press enter. If a format is required for the coordinate system you have chosen, a pop-up menu will be displayed. Highlight your selection and press enter. What type of does the GPS Tracker/ColorTrak use? The GPS Tracker/ColorTrak uses a Quadrifilar antenna.
How do I disable NAV screens in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? 1. To disable a NAV screen, press menu, highlight setup, and press enter. 2. Highlight NAV screens and press enter. 3. The NAV 1 screen will appear with a pop-up menu asking if you want to turn this screen off. 4. Select off to disable the displayed screen or on and press enter. 5. The compass screen is displayed with the same popup menu. Select off or on. 6. You will continue to be prompted for the other NAV screens. Note: You can not disable the status and position screens.
What is cross track error? Cross track error is the perpendicular distance between the present position and the courseline.
How can I get the solar and
lunar calculation in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Answer: The sun/moon function displays solar and lunar calculations and the fish/ hunt function displays times for excellent and good fishing/hunting. To access the information from any NAV screen, press menu, highlight sun/moon, and press enter. How do I create a message in a waypoint? From any NAV screen, press menu, highlight waypoints and press enter. Highlight the waypoint you wish to edit and press enter. Press menu, highlight edit wpt and press enter. Use the down arrow to highlight create msg and press enter. Use the arrow to input twenty alphanumeric characters and press enter when you have finished.
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Can I purchase a hard copy of the user manual?
No, however you can download the user manual at no charge and print the pages that you need. Use this link to get the manual. https://www.magellangps.com/support/product.asp?prodid=1302 Is the Apple Macintosh (Mac) computer compatible with my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? No Is MapSendstreets and destination software compatible with my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? No What types of connectors are used in external antennas by my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? SMB male antenna connectors Are used in your GPS Tracker /ColorTrak. What is the difference between GPS Tracker and ColorTrak?
The GPS ColorTrak has a built-in barometric pressure sensor and a color display. These two features are not available in the GPS Tracker. What is the default elevation mode in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? The default elevation mode will be 3D.
How can I enter my name in my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? Press menu, from any screen, highlight setup and press enter. Highlight personalizes and press enter. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight off and press enter. Use the arrow to enter your name -- up to two lines of ten characters -- and press enter. How can I do a backtrack on my GPS Tracker/ColorTrak? 1. Press menu, highlight routes, and press enter. 2. Press menu and highlight backtrack. 3. A route will be created and given a name in the format of BXXPxx (XX is the backtrack number and xx is the waypoint number ranging from 01 to 31) For example, your first backtrack will read B01P01.
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Selecting Setup.. 53 Initializing.. 53 Disabling NAV Screens. 54 Selecting a Coordinate System.. 54
Selecting Map Datum.. 55 Selecting Elevation Mode.. 55 Selecting Time Format.. 56 Selecting NAV Units.. 57 Selecting North Reference.. 57 Selecting Light Timer.. 58 Selecting the Beeper.. 58 Selecting Personalize.. 59 Selecting Clear Memory. 59 Selecting NMEA.. 60 Selecting Baud Rate. 60
Commonly Asked Questions. 62 Contacting Magellan.. 63
NMEA Data Messages. 64 Available Datums.. 70 Specifications.. 71 Coordinate Systems.. 72 What is GPS?.. 74
What is GPS?.. 74 How Does GPS Work?.. 74 Accuracy.. 75 DGPS.. 75 More Information on GPS.. 75
Accessories.. 77 Antenna Removal.. 78 Glossary.. 79 Index.. 83
Congratulations on your purchase of the GPS Tracker. Since introducing the worlds very first commercial, hand-held GPS receiver in 1989, Magellan has led the way with innovative GPS products to meet a wide range of positioning and navigation needs. The GPS Tracker is a portable GPS receiver with a high-resolution, large display. With a powerful 12-channel receiver and detachable signal-sensitive antenna, this pocket sized unit provides signal reception for sure tracking. Designed with both the Outdoor and Marine enthusiasts in mind, the GPS Tracker is ideal for hiking, mapping fishing hotspots, marking trails or charting courses over bodies of water or land. To help you get started using your new Magellan GPS Tracker, read the sections titled Getting Started and Basic Operation. These two sections will have you recording waypoints and navigating in no time. The remainder of this manual gives you detailed information about all the features and functions of your GPS Tracker. Packing List Before you begin, make sure that your package includes the items listed on the box. If any of these items are missing, please contact your local Magellan dealer or distributor.
Magellan GPS Tracker
Features of Your GPS Tracker Powerful 12-channel receiver. Large ultra-sharp display. Detachable super sensitive antenna for superior tracking. Industry record - 30 hours of continuous battery life. Backlit display. Rugged, durable and waterproof. Conventions Used in this Manual The Basic Operaton section of this manual is designed to assist you in the use of your GPS Tracker. Each topic in the reference section includes a brief description of the activity chosen and a detailed description with sample screens of how to perform the activity. As you become more familiar with your receiver, you will be able to use the pictorial view of the keys as a quick reference to perform the desired activity. Also in the Basic Operation section are alerts to inform you of some cautions and notes that will assist you in using your GPS Tracker.
This section shows you how to begin using your GPS Tracker for the first time. After a brief description of the receiver, it discusses: Installing batteries. First time use, initializing the receiver. Usage. GPS Tracker Description The GPS Tracker has a large, high-resolution display, a detachable antenna for exceptional tracking and stores up to 500 waypoints. Using four AA batteries, the GPS Tracker will operate continuously for up to 30 hours and the internal lithium back-up battery will keep the receivers memory active for up to 10 years.
The satellite constellation that provides the GPS information your receiver uses is maintained by the Department of Defense (DoD). GPS positioning, for general use, provides 25 meter RMS accuracy or better. Since the signals generated by these satellites are publicly accessible, the DoD has introduced errors into the satellite signals for security reasons. These errors are referred to as Selective Availability (SA). At present, your GPS position will be accurate within 100 meters horizontally and 150 meters vertically. Due to the errors introduced by SA, it is possible to get readings outside of these values at times.
GPS Tracker Receiver
Detachable Quadrifilar Antenna
ENTER key GOTO key MENU key QUIT key POWER key NAV key ARROW PAD MARK key
Water Seal Battery Caps
Using the Keypad
LIGHT - Turns back light off and on and offers two levels of brightness adjustable with consecutive presses of the light key.
PWR - Turns the receiver on and off. ENTER - Selects menu items, confirms changes and initiates certain functions. QUIT - Cancels the operation of the last key pressed. ARROW PAD - Scrolls through screens, menus and enters alphanumeric information. Up/Down Arrows scroll through the alphanumeric characters. Right/Left Arrows page through menus and adjust the scale on the Plot and Compass screens. NAV - Scrolls through nine Navigation screens. MENU - Accesses functions specific to the current display, as well as other displays. GOTO - Allows selection of a destination for a single leg route from a list of waypoints. This key also accesses the Man Over Board function. MARK - Creates waypoints or stores the current position.
Installing the Batteries The GPS Tracker uses four AA alkaline batteries that are installed from the bottom of the receiver. Use the rings to unscrew the water seal battery caps. Insert the batteries into the battery tubes, with the positive end first, two batteries in each side, and screw the battery caps until securely closed. It is recommended that four batteries be used, however, in case of an emergency, the receiver will operate with only two batteries if both are inserted into one of the battery tubes.
If the batteries are left out of the unit for more than 30 minutes, the unit may need to be reinitialized.
n 50.2 m K SOG 8.2T n XTE 3.80m R K VMG 7.2 T BRG 127m
You are presented with a pop-up menu from which you can make your selection. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight your choice and press ENTER. You will return to the NAV 1 screen, still in the customize mode. You can continue to customize the display or press QUIT to exit.
CUSTOMIZE WPT NAMES
BRG OFF 027m DST 50.2nm ON SOG 8.2KT COG 056m VMG 7.2KT CTS 028m ETA 01:09P ETE 02H24M XTE L.2nm TRN L26 ALT 83 F T TME 01:09P TMP 36C BLANK
Using the Compass Screen
As well as displaying four customizable navigation fields, the COMPASS screen provides a pointer compass and Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) to help you reach your destination.
Destination Name Steering Indicator to Destination Moon Icon
m 127 m 156
Sun Icon Destination Icon
Course Deviation Indicator CDI Scale (L/R arrows to change)
The Course Direction Icon displays your course over ground while the Steering Indicator displays the bearing of the destination relative to the course over ground. When the arrows are pointed in the same direction, you are on course. The CDI Scale indicates your distance left or right of the courseline.
The NorthFinder feature displays the position of the sun and moon icons, when above the horizon, which allows you to determine the direction of north and your destination. The destination icon shows the general direction in which you should be travelling.
Align the sun on the COMPASS screen with the sun in the sky, as shown. When aligned, the Steering Indicator will point you in the direction you should be travelling in order to reach your destination.
Customizing the Compass Screen
You can change the four navigational fields. You can choose from BRG, DST, SOG, COG, VMG, CTS, TMP and Blank. To customize your COMPASS screen, press MENU while viewing the COMPASS screen. Highlight CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to select the field you want to change and press ENTER. 20 Magellan GPS Tracker
You are presented with a pop-up menu from which you can make your selection. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight your choice and press ENTER. You will return to the COMPASS screen, still in the customize mode. You can continue to customize the display or press QUIT to exit.
Editing a Selected Waypoint
From any NAV screen, press MENU, highlight WAYPOINTS and press ENTER. Highlight the waypoint you wish to edit and press ENTER. Press MENU, highlight EDIT WPT and press ENTER.
MENU EDIT WPT SORT WPT DELETE WPT PROJECTION WAYPOINTS ROUTES SETUP SUN/MOON FISH/HUNT CONTRAST ALARM/MSG
Editing Waypoint Fields
Following the instructions on selecting a waypoint, select the waypoint you wish to edit. Use the ARROWs to highlight the data field you wish to change and press ENTER. Again, use the ARROWs to make your changes. Press ENTER to exit the edit mode for that data field. Magellan GPS Tracker
EDIT WPT WPT003
3406.56N 11749.60W 900FT 11:23:35PM 12JUN97 NO CAMP FIRES SAVE EDITS DELETE MSG
Creating/Editing/Deleting a Message in a Waypoint
To create a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint. Use the DOWN ARROW to highlight CREATE MSG and press ENTER. Use the ARROWs to input alphanumeric characters. Your message may contain up to twenty characters. When your message is complete, press ENTER. To edit a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint. Use the DOWN ARROW to scroll to the message and press ENTER to turn the cursor on and use the ARROWs to input your changes. When your message is complete, press ENTER. To delete a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint. Use the DOWN ARROW to highlight CLEAR MSG and press ENTER.
Saving Changes to the Selected Waypoint
To save your edits, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint. Highlight SAVE EDITS and press ENTER.
EDIT WPT CAMP
3406.56N 11749.60W 900 FT 11:23:35PM 12JUN97 CREATE MSG SAVE EDITS
Projecting a Waypoint This function allows you to create a waypoint at a certain distance and direction from an existing waypoint or from your current position. From any NAV screen, press MENU, highlight WAYPOINTS and press ENTER. Highlight the waypoint you wish to project and press ENTER. Press MENU, highlight PROJECTION and press ENTER. The PROJECTION screen will be displayed. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight the field where you want to make changes and press ENTER.
WPT003 G.C. BRG/DST M BRG 000 DST 000 M I LAT/LON 3408.56N 11750.60W UTM
You can change any of the four sections in the PROJECTION screen. The FROM data field can be changed to your current position or to any saved waypoint. A pop-up window appears when ENTER is pressed when the FROM waypoint is highlighted.
WAYPOINTS POS CAMP HOTSPT FISH
In the G.C. (Great Circle) BRG/DST field, you can input the bearing and distance into the data fields in order to compute the projection. You can also input information into the coordinate fields. Once you have the necessary information in the data fields and the receiver has projected the position, you can save the position by pressing MARK.
Sorting a Waypoint You may want to change how the waypoints are sorted. You have the options of ALPHABETIC, NEAREST and ICON/NAME. From any NAV screen, press MENU, highlight WAYPOINTS and press ENTER. Press MENU, highlight SORT WPT and press ENTER. A pop-up window will appear with options. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs and press ENTER. The sorting process may take more than a few seconds to complete. Deleting a Waypoint You may find that you have too many saved waypoints that you no longer use. In this case, you can delete these unnecessary waypoints. Once these waypoints are deleted, you cannot undo this process or retrieve these deleted waypoints. From any NAV screen, press MENU, highlight WAYPOINTS and press ENTER. Highlight the waypoint you wish to delete and press ENTER. Press MENU, highlight DELETE WPT and press ENTER. A pop-up window will appear. Use the UP/ DOWN ARROWs to select YES or NO and press ENTER.
DELETE WPT023? YES NO
ALPHABETIC NEAREST ICON/NAME
Working with Routes
A route is a planned course of travel defined by a series of waypoints stored in the receivers memory. These waypoints are connected to form the segments or legs of the route. There are 4 different types of routes consisting of GOTO, BACKTRACK, MOB and MULTI-LEG ROUTE. The GPS Tracker holds 20 routes with 30 legs. The route function allows you to activate, create, view/edit or delete any one of the 20 routes. Creating/Clearing a GOTO A GOTO is a route which guides you from your current position to any waypoint in the receivers memory. As an example, you can save a waypoint at your home. No matter where you go, you will always be able to navigate back home by using GOTO. To create a GOTO, press GOTO and the GOTO MENU will be displayed. Use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight your destination waypoint and press ENTER.
GOTO MOB DOCK CAMP WPT001 HOTSPT LTEHSE JETTY
To clear a GOTO. The CLEAR GOTO function allows you to delete an active GOTO route. While in the GOTO screen, press MENU, highlight CLEAR GOTO and press ENTER. Your GOTO will be deleted. If there are no active GOTOs, then Clear GOTO will not be displayed in the MENU. Magellan GPS Tracker 37
From any screen, press MENU, highlight ROUTES and press ENTER. Highlight the route you wish to edit and press ENTER or press MENU, highlight VIEW/EDIT and press ENTER.
Inserting a Leg
With the route you have created, from your home to a campsite, you can insert a leg in the route. For example, on your way to the campsite, you find a stream that you want to stop at on your way back. You can add the waypoint for the stream to your route. While viewing the route you wish to insert a leg into, use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight the waypoint that you want to insert a leg before and press MENU. Highlight INSERT and press ENTER. A list of waypoints will appear, highlight the waypoint you want to insert and press ENTER.
1 HOME 2 CAMP SAVE ROUTE LEG
BRG 30 m
DST 10 M I
Changing a Waypoint in a Route
Using your home to campsite route, you may decide that you want to go to the fishing spot on the way to the campsite and not stop at the stream. You can replace the waypoint representing the stream with the fishing spot. While viewing the route you wish to change a waypoint in, use the UP/ DOWN ARROWs to highlight the waypoint that you want to change and press ENTER. 40 Magellan GPS Tracker
Press MENU, highlight REPLACE and press ENTER. A list of waypoints will appear, highlight the waypoint you want to be replaced and press ENTER.
Adding a Waypoint at the End of a Route
You may be navigating using the home to campsite route and find a great picnic spot. You would want to add this to the end of your route. When viewing the route you wish to add a waypoint to the end of, use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight the first dotted line of the route and press ENTER. A list of waypoints will appear, highlight the waypoint you want to add to the end of your route and press ENTER.
Deleting a Waypoint in a Route
On your next trip while navigating from the home to campsite route, you find the campsite has been closed. You may want to delete the campsite leg from your route. While viewing the route you wish to delete a waypoint from, use the UP/DOWN ARROWs to highlight the waypoint you want to delete and press MENU. Highlight DELETE and press ENTER.
COORD SYS WPT NAMES
PRIMARY OFF SECONDARY ON
WPT NAMES NAV 1
OFF OFF ON ON
WPT NAMES LAT/LON
OFF DEG/MIN.MM ON DEG/MIN.MMM DEG/MIN/SEC
You would generally want the receiver to use position coordinates in the same map datum that is used by your maps. For example, the Irish Grid uses the Irish datum, Finnish Grid uses KKJ datum, Swedish Grid uses the RT 90 datum and Swiss Grid uses the Swiss datum. The default primary coordinate system will be Lat/Lon in Degrees/ Minutes and the default secondary coordinate system will be UTM. Selecting Map Datum You can change the datum the receiver uses to compute position coordinates. You will want your receivers datum to match the datum on the map or chart you are using. Use the map legend to determine the datum required for the map or chart. If you are not using a map or chart or are unsure which datum to use, select WGS84. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight MAP DATUM and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight PRIMARY or SECONDARY and press ENTER.
MAP DATUM WPT NAMES
A pop-up menu will appear. Highlight your choice and press ENTER. Default setting is WGS84. Selecting Elevation Mode You have the option of changing your elevation mode to 2D (2-Dimensional) or 3D (3-Dimensional). You may find 2D useful if you know the elevation of your position and the elevation will not change. For example, if you are at sea level, you could use 2D because you know that your elevation is zero.
To change the Elevation Mode, press MENU, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight ELEV MODE and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will appear. Highlight 2D or 3D and press ENTER. If you select 3D, the receiver will return to SETUP. If 2D is selected, the receiver will ask for elevation. A pop-up menu will appear, use the ARROWs to input your elevation and press ENTER. The default elevation mode will be 3D. Selecting Time Format
ELEVATION WPT NAMES
3D OFF 2D ON
OFF 00000FT ON
You have the option of changing the format in which the time is given. Your choices are LOCAL 24HR, LOCAL AM/PM and UTC. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight TIME FORMAT and press ENTER.
A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight your choice and press ENTER.
If UTC is selected, the receiver will return to Setup. If LOCAL 24HR or LOCAL AM/PM are selected, a pop-up menu will be displayed prompting you to input the correct time. Use the ARROWs and press ENTER. 56 Magellan GPS Tracker
Selecting NAV Units You can choose the units of measure used by your receiver. NAV UNITS gives you the options of MILES/MPH, NM/KNOTS and KM/ KPH. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight NAV UNITS and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight your choice and press ENTER.
MILES/MPH NM/KNOTS KM/KPH
Default setting is MILES/MPH for land use in the United States and KM/KPH for land use outside the United States. Default setting is NM/KNOTS for marine use. Selecting North Reference The GPS Tracker uses magnetic north as a default reference for all navigation computations. You can change this to true north (good, if you are using a map) or back to magnetic north (default, good to use if you are using a compass) under SETUP. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight NORTH REF and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight your choice and press ENTER. Default setting is MAGNETIC.
NORTH REF WPT NAMES
TRUE OFF MAGNETIC ON
Selecting Light Timer With the Light Timer function, you can choose the setting for the light timer. You can choose from ALWAYS ON, 15 and 30 seconds, 1,2 and 4 minutes. The light timer is a power saving function that automatically turns the light off. Once the light has been turned off by the timer, it can be turned on with the next key press. For example, suppose you select the timer setting for 30 seconds. If you press the light key to turn the light on, it will remain lit for 30 seconds, as you had selected. With the next key press, the light will turn on again for 30 seconds. This process will continue until you press the light key again to turn the light off or turn the receiver off. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight LIGHT TIMER and press ENTER. A popup menu will be displayed, highlight your choice and press ENTER. Selecting the Beeper You can select the options for when the beeper will sound. Your choices are OFF, KEYS ONLY, ALARM ONLY and KEYS/ALARM. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight BEEPER and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight your choice and press ENTER. Default setting is ALARM ONLY.
OFF KEYS ONLY ALARM ONLY KEYS /ALARM
LIGHT TIMER WPT NAMES
OFF ALWAYS ON ONSECONDS SECONDS 1 MINUTE 2 MINUTES 4 MINUTES
Selecting Personalize With the personalize function, you have the option of inputting your name into the GPS Tracker receiver. Press MENU, from any screen, highlight SETUP and press ENTER. Highlight PERSONALIZE and press ENTER. A pop-up menu will be displayed, highlight OFF or ON and press ENTER. If ON is selected, use the ARROWs to enter your name, consisting of up to two lines of ten characters and press ENTER.
PERSONALIZE WPT NAMES
GPS DOP and Active Satellites
GPS receiver operating mode, satelites used in the navigation solution reported by the $--GGA sentence, and DOP values.
Mode: M=Manual, forced to operate in 2D or 3D mode, A=Automatic, allowed to automatically switch 2D/3D
Mode: 1= Fix not available, 2=2D, 3=3D
3-4 PRN numbers of satellites used in solution (null for unused fields) 7 PDOP HDOP VDOP
GPS Satellites in View
Number of satellites (SV) in view, PRN numbers, elevation, azimuth and SNR value. Four satellites maximum per transmission, additional satellite data sent in second or their message. Total number of messages being transmitted and the number of messages being transmitted is indicated in the first two fields.
Total number of messages, 1 to 3 Message number, 1 to 3 Total numer of satellites in view Satellite PRN number Elevation, degrees, 90 maximum Azimuth, degrees True, 000 to 359 SNR (C/No) 00-99 dB, null when not tracking
8-9 2nd-3rd SV 10-11 4th SV Notes: 1) Satellite information may require the transmission of multiple messages. The first field specifies the total number of messages, minimum value 1. The second field identifies the order of this message (message number), minimum value 1. 2) A variable number of PRN-Elevation-Azimuth-SNR sets are allowed up to a maximum of four sets per message. Null fields are not required for unused sets when less than four sets are transmitted.
Generic Navigation Information (immediately follows RMC)
(A = valid,
V = invalid) [If XTE
2-3 XTE, naut. miles and direction to steer (L or R) exceeds 9.99 NM, display 9.99 in field 2.] Origin waypoint ID Destination waypoint ID
6-7 Destination Waypoint Latitude (N or S) 8-9 Destination Waypoint Longitude (E or W) 10 Range naut. miles, present fix to destination waypoint Great Circle. [If range exceeds 999.9 nm, display 999.9.] Bearing, True, Great Circle, Present fix to dest. waypoint Closing velocity to destination, knots Arrival (ORed arrival circle and crossing of line which is perpendicular to the course line and which passes through the destination waypoint.) CHECKSUM (Mandatory in this sentence.)
Transit Specific (to be followed by RMB)
Time, UTC of position fix Status (A = valid, V = Navigation receiver warning)
3-4 Latitude at UTC time, N or S 5-6 Longitude at UTC time, E or W Speed over ground, knots Course over ground, degrees Date (DDMMYY)
Magnetic variation, degrees Magnetic variation, sense (E or W) CHECKSUM (Mandatory in this sentence)
The formats listed are NMEA formats and Magellan receivers may not output all of the information listed for a particular format. A complete copy of the NMEA specifications can be obtained from: NMEA, PO Box 3435 New Bern, NC 28564-3435
WGS84 NAD27 NAD83 ADIND ALASK ARC50 ARC60 ASTRO AUS66 AUS84 BOGOT BUKIT CAMPO CANAD CAPE CARTH CENAM CHATH CHUAA CORRE CYPRU DJAKA EGYPT EUROP EUR50 EUR79 GANDA GEO49 GHANA GRB36 GUAM GUNSG GUNSR HAWAI HERAT HJORS HUTZU
World Geodetic System North America 1927 North American 1983 Adinda Alaska Arc 1950 Arc 1960 Camp Area Astro Australian Geodetic 1966 Australian Geodetic 1984 Bogota Observatory Bukit Rimpah Campo Inchauspe Canada Cape Carthage Central America Chatham 1971 Chau Astro Corrego Alegre Cyprus Djakarta (Batavia) Egypt European 1950 (All of Europe) European 1950 (W. Europe) European 1979 Gandajika Base Geodetic Datum 1949 Ordinance Survey of GB, 1936 Guam G. Segara Hawaii Herat North Hjorsey 1955 Hu-tzu-shan
INDIA IRAN IRELA KAUAI KERTA KKJ LIBER LUZON MASSA MAUI MERCH MINNA MONTJ NAHRW OAHU OEGYP OHAWA OMAN PITCA QATAR QORNO RT90 SAM56 SAM69 SCHWA SICIL SIERR SWISS TANAN
Indian (India, Nepal) Iran Ireland 1965 Kauai Kertau 1948 KKJ (Finland) Liberia 1964 Luzon Massawa Maui Merchich Minna Nahrwan, Saudi Arabia Oahu Old Egyption Old Hawaiian Oman Pitcairn Astro 1967 Qatar National Qornoq RT90 (Sweden) Provisional So. Am. 1956 South American 1969 Schwarzeck Sicily
Tananarive Observatory 1925 THAI Indian (Thailand, Vietnam) TIMBA Timbalai TOKYO Tokyo USER DEFINED VOIRO WGS72 World Geodetic System 1972 YACAR Yacare ZANDE Zanderij
CHARACTERISTICS Performance Receiver: 12-channel technology, tracks up to 12 satellites to compute and update information with detachable quadrifilar antenna Approximately 15 seconds Approximately 1 minute 1 second continuous 49 feet (15 meters) RMS (with Selective Availability turned off ) 0.1 knot RMS steady state (with Selective Availability turned off ) 951 mph 17,500 meters 6.88 x 2.5 x 1.1 [h] x [w] x [d] 16 cm x 6.5 cm x 3.5 cm Weight Display 12 ounces (340.2 grams) with 4 AA batteries installed 2.75 x 1.5 [h] x [w] 4.6 cm x 3.6 cm high contrast LCD with EL backlit display Housing Temp. Range: Operating 14F to 140F to (-10C to 60C) Storage Power: Source Battery Life Magellan GPS Tracker 4 AA alkaline batteries or 9-35 VDC with optional power cable Up to 30 hours continuous operation 71 -40F to 167F (-40C to 75C) Waterproof construction, wraparound rubber armor
Acquisition Times (under optimal conditions): Warm Cold Update Rate Accuracy: Position Velocity Limits: Speed Altitude Physical: Size
Positions are locations that are described in a unique way so that one location cannot be confused with another. This is done by using a coordinate system to describe locations. Your Magellan receiver has the ability to use any one of twelve different coordinates systems; LAT/LON (latitude and longitude), UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator), TD, OSGB, Irish Grid, Swiss Grid, Swedish Grid, Finnish Grid, German Grid, French Grid, MGRS and User Grid. The one you select (in SETUP) will be determined by the maps and charts you use; you would generally want the receiver to display position coordinates in the same system that is used by your maps. LAT/LON Coordinate System. LAT/ LON is the most commonly used coordinate system today. It projects lines of latitude (parallels) and lines of longitude (meridians) onto the earths surface. Lines of latitude are the equator and the horizontal Latitude lines that are parallel to it. Lines of longitude are the vertical lines that are perpen0 EQUATOR dicular to the equator and pass through the poles. A position is described as being the intersection of a line of latitude and a line of longitude. Specifically, a position is up to 90 degrees north or south of the equator (up to the poles, which are 90N and 90S; the equator is 0 latitude), and up to 180 degrees east or west of the Prime Meridian, which is 0 longitude. (The Prime Meridian passes through Greenwich, England.) Parts of a degree are minutes; there are 60 minutes (written as 60') to a degree. Minutes can also be divided into smaller units. Fractions of a minute can be expressed as decimals or as seconds. (There are 60 seconds to one minute, written as 60"). So a Lat/Lon position coordinate can be expressed in two ways, which your Magellan GPS receiver displays as 2547.50 or 254730. UTM Coordinate System. Another commonly used coordinate system is UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator), which is generally found on landbased maps and quad sheets that are produced by government map providers. On land, you may find that UTM coordinates are easier to use than Lat/Lon. Instead of projecting an imaginary grid of intersecting lines onto the globe, UTM projects sections of the globe onto a flat surface. Each of these sections is called a zone. There are 60 zones to cover the entire earth between 84N and 80S (polar areas are not described by UTM). Each zone is 6 wide as projected from the earths center.
W.115 4230. 00N
IAN 0 ERID EM IM PR
A UTM position is described by three elements; the zone it is in, the easting, and the northing. Eastings and northings measure how far into a zone a position is in meters. Eastings are an east/west measurement, and correspond roughly to longitude. Northings are a north/south measurement, and correspond to latitude. This chart shows the position of Magellan Systems described in both Lat/ Lon and UTM coordinates.
LAT/LON DEG/MIN 3406.58N 11749.56W
UTM DEG/MIN/SEC 340635"N 11
E 624 N
3000 Km 3000 Mi. Scale at the Equator.
NOTE: The area described by the UTM coordinate system extends to 84N and to 80S.
Other Coordinate Systems. OSGB coordinates are similar to UTMs, but they describe only Great Britain. They must be used with the GRB36 datum, which also describes Great Britain. This coordinate system cannot be used in any other part of the world. The GPS ColorTRAK automatically selects the GRB36 datum when the OSGB coordinate system is selected in Setup. (While OSGB coordinates must be used with the GRB36 datum, the GRB36 datum can be used with LAT/LON coordinates; just be sure the map you are using uses both LAT/LON and GRB36.) If you select OSGB in the COORD SYS portion of the Setup Menu be sure to change the map datum back to the one you will be using (WGS84 is the default) when changing to another coordinate system. Irish Grid uses the Ireland datum, Swedish Grid uses the RT90 datum, and Swiss Grid uses the Swiss datum. Under USER DATUM you may also use another datum you are familiar with (but which is not listed).
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What is GPS?
GPS is a constellation of navigation satellites that orbit the earth. The precise time and position information transmitted by these satellites is used by a GPS receiver to triangulate a position fix. GPS was developed by the United States Department of Defense to provide consistent, reliable navigation information that is unaffected by rough terrain and bad weather, and is highly resistant to multipath errors and interference. The DoD continues to administer and control the Global Positioning System. Although GPS was developed as a military navigation system, its civilian and commercial uses were recognized. The satellites transmit two codes, a military-only encrypted code (PPS) and a civilian-access, Standard Positioning Service (SPS) code. All commercial and consumer GPS receivers are SPS receivers. How Does GPS Work? Each GPS satellite transmits its precise location (position and elevation) and the start time of the transmission. A GPS receiver acquires the signal, then measures the interval between transmission and receipt of the signal to determine the distance between the receiver and the satellite, a process called ranging. Once the receiver has computed range for at least three satellites, its location on the surface of the earth can be determined. Each satellite transmits two types of data, almanac and ephemeris. Almanac data is general information on the location and health of each satellite in the constellation. Since it contains general information, an almanac can be collected from any satellite. A receiver with a current almanac in its memory knows to look for satellites, given its last position and the time of day. 74 Magellan GPS Tracker
Ephemeris data is the precise satellite positioning information that is used for ranging. Each satellite transmits its own ephemeris data. Both almanac and ephemeris data are required for a GPS receiver to locate and acquire satellites quickly and compute a position fix. Accuracy GPS positioning with an SPS receiver that is intended for general use will produce accuracies of 25 meters or better. In fact, SPS receivers have proven to be far more accurate than anticipated. DoD has decided that 25-meter accuracy is a potential risk, and has introduced Selective Availability (SA) to maintain a military advantage. SA is a random error that is introduced to the SPS code ephemeris data and reduces the accuracy of any SPS receiver. The size of the error changes, but rarely exceeds 100 meters. The DoD civil GPS under policy is that GPS accuracy, as affected by SA, is sufficient for general navigation. In an open environment, it usually is. Even with SA, a GPS receiver will bring you within visual range of a destination or target, and GPS remains the best available source for accurate, repeatable navigation and positioning information. DGPS Differential GPS (DGPS) computes the size of the error and applies it to positioning information. There are several ways to perform DGPS, one of which is broadcast differential. Broadcast differential uses GPS receivers at control sites to measure the range of errors for all visible satellites and determines a correction for each satellite. These corrections are broadcast in the RTCM SC-104 format by a radio beacon at the control site to any differential beacon receiver that is within range of the signal.
The differential beacon receiver receives and demodulates the signal, then relays it to the users differential-ready GPS receiver. The users GPS receiver applies the corrections to the positioning information it collects to compute differentially corrected position and navigation data. This technique requires that your GPS receiver be connected to a compatible differential beacon receiver. You must also be within range of a differential radio beacon.
More Information on GPS
For information relating to the operation of your Magellan GPS receiver, call Magellan at (800) 707-9971 and ask for Technical Support. General information on the Global Positioning System and satellite status is available from the Civil GPS Information Center (GPSIC) in Virginia. It is operated by the United States Coast Guard for the Department of Transportation and was established to provide information and to serve as a point of contact. There are three ways to reach the GPSIC: 1. 24-hour recorded message at (703) 313-5907 2. Web site at www.navcen.uscg.mil 3. 24-hour live operator at (703) 313-5900 Navtech provides seminars and books on GPS and navigation. The Navtech bookstore can be reached at (800) NAV-0885 or (703) 931-0500 or FAX to (703) 931-0503.
Accessories for your GPS Tracker are available from your Magellan dealer or you can order directly from Magellan using the order card supplied with your receiver or call Magellan at (800) 669-4477 (press 3 twice to place an order). Carrying Case: The carrying case protects your GPS Tracker from the elements and allows you to carry your GPS Tracker on your belt. Swivel Mounting Bracket: Mounts the GPS Tracker on a dashboard or other surface, allowing for hands-free operation. Power/Data Cable: Allows you to connect your GPS Tracker to external power, external alarm and data. External Power Cable with Cigarette Lighter Adapter: Allows you to connect the GPS Tracker to a cigarette lighter for external power. PC Kit: Includes all necessary hardware to connect to your PC and detailed street mapping software that enables trip planning, trip recording and in-vehicle navigation capability. PC Interface Cable with Cigarette Lighter Adapter: Connects the GPS Tracker to your PC for data transfer and to a cigarette lighter for external power. Differential Beacon Receiver (DBR): Connects to your GPS Tracker to receive differential corrections for 5-10 meter accuracy.
Antenna Removal. The GPS Tracker has a quadrifilar antenna that can be removed. The antenna may be removed in order to connect an external antenna. To remove the antenna, hold the receiver in one hand and rotate the antenna to the stop at the 1 oclock position (as shown below). Firmly grip the antenna and pull it away from the receiver. To replace the antenna. Remove any external antenna that you have connected. Place the antenna at the 1 oclock position and connect the antenna to the receiver.
Pull to remove from receiver
Turn to stop at 1 oclock
Active Leg Altitude BRG
The segment of a route currently being travelled. The current elevation above sea level. Bearing. The compass direction from your position to a destination, measured to the nearest degree. Course Deviation Indicator. A graphical representation of your position relative to your planned course, giving you an indication of how far left or right of the planned course you are and how to get to the destination. Course Over Ground. The direction the receiver is moving. COG can be reported in true or magnetic north values. A unique numeric or alphanumeric description of the position. Course to Steer. The direction you should be travelling in order to return to the course while proceeding towards the destination. It is a compromise course bearing that projects from your current position to a point on the courseline mid-way between a point perpendicular to your position and the current leg destination waypoint. Refers to the theoretical mathematical model of the earths sea level surface. Map makers may use a different model to chart their maps, so position coordinates will differ from one datum to another. The datum for the map you are using can be found in the legend of the map.
GOST Navtracker 1.0 Stand Alone System (PM-NT-1.0-30) The NAV-TRACKER 1.0 is the most basic version of the system available. This system was originally created at the request of the insurance companies as a low cost system for their customers. This system uses the same technology and website as all of the other versions of the NAV-TRACKER, but is designed to be hidden and not accessible onboard the vessel. The system will send multiple daily position reports, at the interval selected by the user. The interval range is between once every 5 minutes to once every 24 hours, and can be updated on the website at anytime.Control of the NAV-TRACKER 1.0 is entirely internet based. The system simply needs to be wired to 12 or 24 volts and it will report at whatever intervals the customer chooses. Arming and disarming of the system is all controlled from the website.
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