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MAP 330 and MAP 330M
Product: Map330 Question: Answer: Product: Map330, Map330M How many batteries are required for MAP 330? MAP 330 uses two AA batteries that are installed from the back through the battery cover. If I am using fresh batteries how long will my GPS stay on? You have up to 10 hours of usage on two fresh AA batteries with the backlight turned off.
Answer: Product: Map330, Map330M
How much time do I have to replace the batteries before I loose waypoints? Any waypoints or routes you have created are stored in permanent memory and should not be lost for months with the batteries removed. Present position and time data is not stored in permanent memory, but will be held in memory for at least two hours without batteries installed.
Product: Map330, Map330M
How do I connect the wrist strap to my GPS? The wrist strap attaches to the ring on the screw for the battery door cover Does the MAP 330 or MAP 330M come with a power or data cable?
No. You must purchase it separately.
How do I adjust contrast in MAP 330 and MAP 330M? Press the menu button, then use the up/down arrows to highlight contrast and then use the left/right arrow to adjust the contrast.
How many navigation screens does MAP 330 and 330M have? The Map 330 and 330M have seven navigation screens: Map screen, compass screen, large data screen, position screen, sat status screen, Speedometer screen and the road screen. The NAV button provides a means of accessing the navigation screens. How do I save a Waypoint with a receiver-generated name?
From any screen, press and hold the mark button for two seconds and the mark screen is displayed. The save button is highlighted and you can press enter to save the waypoint using the default name and icon. How do I save a waypoint with a user-input name?
From any screen, press and hold the mark button for two seconds. Use the up/down arrows and notice that the highlight moves from field to field and then back to save. Highlight the Icon field using the up/down arrows. Press enter. Is there a limit to the number of waypoints I can store in the MAP 330 and the MAP 330M? Yes, the MAP 330 and 330M will store up to 500 user waypoints in memory. Why is my GPSnot allowing me to create a message for waypoints? With the MAP 330 you can only create messages or 200 waypoints. If you should ever get that many and need to input more, to make room you will have to delete ones that you no longer need. How do I create a GOTO route? The two ways to create a GOTO route are the following: Creating GOTO using destination waypoint from Near Position Press GOTO. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight the category that your destination waypoint is in. Use the left/right arrows to select near position. Use the up/down arrows to highlight your choice of waypoint to be your destination and press enter. The GOTO route is now active and you are returned to the last viewed navigation screen. Creating a destination waypoint from the database using Alphabetical Press GOTO. Use the up/down arrows to highlight the category that your destination waypoint is in. Use the left/right arrows to select Alphabetical. Use the up/down arrows to highlight your choice of waypoint to be your destination and press enter. The GOTO route is now active and you are returned to the last viewed navigation screen
How do I turn on the display waypoint on map screen? From map screen press the menu button highlight map setup and use the arrow to select the display waypoints and press enter. Use the arrow to select on and press enter and nav button. How do I change map orientation from north up to course up? From map screen press menu button highlight map setup and use the arrow to select the orientation and press enter. Use thearrow to select on, press enter and nav button.
How do I clear track in my GPS? From map screen press the menu button, highlight clear track, and press enter. Click on confirm and press enter. How do I reset the trip odometer? Press the nav button to get the position screen and press the menu button and highlight reset trip and click on yes and press enter. What information I can get from the satellite screen?
Thes The satellite status screen visually displays the satellites being used and the strength of the received signal. Additionally, this screen displays the power source you are connected to and, if internal batteries, how much battery life is remaining. How do I access a waypoint in my GPS? Press the menu button and highlight database and press enter. Use the up/down arrows to select category. Use the left/right arrow to select find by and press enter. You can find the waypoint by selecting waypoints from the nearest list and selecting waypoints from the Alphabetical list. How do I save my present location? From any screen press and hold the mark button for a few seconds. You can change the name and put the message in the GPS. How do I manually create waypoint? From any screen press and hold the mark button and highlight the location field and press enter. Edit line 1 of the location field and press enter. Also Edit line 2 of the location field and press enter. Edit elevation field and press enter. If you want to enter a message you can modify it. Highlight save button. How do I delete a waypoint in my GPS? From any menu button highlight database. Press enter and highlight user. Use the left/right arrow to select by find by and press enter. Select waypoint to delete and press menu. Highlight delete wpt ,press enter, confirm yes and enter. Can I use MapSend Street and Destination in MAP 330M?
Answer: Product: Map330, Question:
Yes you can use Magellan MapSend Streets. How do I create a route in MAP 330 and in MAP 330M?
Map330M Answer: Product: Map330, Map330M From any menu button highlight database and press enter. Highlight upload map region and press enter. Highlight address and press enter. Use the arrows to enter street name press enter. How do I create a back route in MAP 330 and in MAP 330M?
From any screen press, the menu button. Highlight routes and press enter. Select backroute from route list and press enter. Highlight activate backrt and press enter. How do I activate the route in MAP 330 and in MAP 330M?
From any menu button highlight routes and press enter. Highlight select route and press menu. Highlight activate routes and press enter. How do I view a route in my GPS?
From any menu button highlight routes and press enter. Highlight select route and press menu. Highlight view/edit route and press enter. How do I delete a route in my GPS?
From any menu button highlight routes and press enter. Highlight select route and press menu. Highlight delete route and press enter. How do I view a route on map screen? From any menu button highlight routes and press enter. Highlight select route and press menu. Highlight map view route and press enter.
How do I initialize the MAP 330 and the MAP 330M?
Press the menu button from any screen. Highlight setup and press enter. Highlight initialize and press enter. Highlight region and press enter. Highlight area and press enter again. Input date and time and press enter twice. What are the default primary and secondary co-ordinate systems in MAP 330 and in 330M? Primary - Lat/Lon DEG.MIN.MMM Secondary UTM How can I change the co-ordinate system in MAP 330 and 330M?
From any screen press the menu button highlight setup and press enter. Highlight co-ordinate system and press enter. Select primary or secondary and press enter. Select co-ordinate system and press enter. What is the default map datum in MAP 330 and in 330M?
Map330, Map330M Answer: Product: Map330, Map330M Default: Primary - WGS84 Secondary - WGS84
How do I change map datum in MAP 330 and in330M? From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight map datum and press enter. Select primary or secondary and press enter. Select map datum and press enter. How do I change the elevation mode in MAP 330 and in 330M?
From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight eleve mode and press enter. Select 2D and press enter. How do I change the time format in MAP 330 and in330M? From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight time format and press enter. Select format and press enter. If local time is selected (24 hour. or AM/PM) you will be prompted to enter your local time. How can I change the nav units from KM/KPH to miles/MPH?
From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight nav units and press enter. Select miles/MPH and press enter. What is the default elevation mode?
3D How do I select the backlight timer in MAP 330 and in330M?
From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight light timer and press enter. Select time duration and press enter. Time duration: 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 4 minutes, 10 minutes. What is the default Baud rate for MAP 330 and 330M?
4800 Baud. How do I change the Baud rate in MAP 330 and in 330M? From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight Baud rate and press enter. Select Baud rate and press enter. You can choose 1200 Baud, 4800 Baud, 9600 Baud or 1920 Baud.
How do I clear memory in MAP 330 and in 330M?
From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight clear memory and press enter. Select the choice and press enter. Confirm yes and press enter. Clearing Track History Clearing Wpts/Routes Clearing all Routes How can I clear all memory in MAP 330?
From any screen press the menu button, highlight setup, and press enter. Highlight clear memory and press enter. Highlight all and press enter. Confirm yes and press enter. Your GPS will turnoff. How do I access the sun/moon screen?
Press menu and highlight sun/moon and press enter.
What information can I get from the about screen? The about screen displays the status of MAP 330 and MAP 330M.Using the about screen you can tell what the version of the software is, the version and memory size of the base map, the number of and total memory size of detailed maps you may have installed using MapSend Street, and how much free memory is available. What is the difference between degrees/minutes/seconds (DEG/MIN/SEC) and degrees/minutes/minutes (DEG/MIN/MMM or DEG/MIN/MM)? There are different ways to express the coordinates computed using latitude/longitude coordinate system. With DEG/MIN/SEC the final set of numbers (SEC) is expressed as 0-59 while DEG/MIN/MM expresses the same value as 0-99 and DEG/MIN/MMM is from 0999. It would be the same as if you had one clock that expressed time as hour/minutes/seconds and another clock that expressed the same time as hours/minutes/decimals. The accuracy for any of the three is the same. When the time changes for daylight savings will the time in your GPS change automatically? No. The time transmitted by the satellites atomic clock is UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) and provides no correction for daylight savings. When daylight savings time changes (or when you move to a new time zone), you need to go into setup time format and reselect the time format you are using unless you are using UTC. After selecting the format you will be given the opportunity to change the time. What waypoints come preloaded on my MAP 330database?
Map330 Answer: Product: Map330, Map330M The Map 330 database contains cities, highways, airports, waterways, and national parks. Can I delete preloaded waypoints that I dont use? No. Waypoints that are preloaded into the MAP 330 will always be available, even when all of the MAP 330s memory has been cleared. Why does my compass not point in the right direction? For that you should be moving at a minimum of 2.0 mph for the compass to compute the direction properly. What is a backtrack route?
A backtrack route allows you to retrace your steps. As you are moving, the MAP 330 automatically creates and stores hidden waypoints into memory. These waypoints are the ones that the MAP 330 will use to retrace your steps. When you create a backtrack route, the MAP 330 converts these hidden waypoints into user waypoints How do I know which route is active?
Access the route menu by pressing the menu button and select the option routes. The route menu lists all of the routes in memory with the active route displayed in bold characters. Why does my MAP 330 and 330M not make an audible beep when I have an alarm active? Check your setup settings for the Beeper. If the selection is off or keys only, the beeper will not sound for alarms. What can I do if the receiver will not turn on? 1. Check to see if the batteries are installed correctly. 2. Replace with two new AA alkaline batteries. My GPS takes more than 10 minutes to get the position. What can I do? If there are any obstacles nearby or overhead, move to a new location. Make sure that the antenna is pointing up, has a clear view of the sky and is a reasonable distance away from your body. Check satellite status screen to see where the satellites are and if the receiver is acquiring data. If the receiver still does not get a position fix within 10 minutes, you may wish to repeat the initialization procedure. Why does my GPS Receiver turn off unexpectedly?
Excessive static electricity Is a common cause for this problem. Turn the receiver back on and it should operate normally. Move the receiver to a new location to avoid a similar occurrence. Battery life seems shorter than it should be. What can I do? Make sure that you are using two AA alkaline batteries.Shorter life span of the batteries can be due to excessive use of the backlight. Turn the backlight off when not needed. Why do the position coordinates on my receiver not match the location on my map. Make sure that your receiver is set up to use the same datum as your map. The map datum is generally shown in the map legend. 2. Check your latitude/longitude 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. Why is the position on a map not exactly the position on a road? This could be caused by distance shifts to the map. Use map data for reference, but do not rely completely on it. What is the temperature range in my MAP 330 and MAP 330M? Operating 14F to 140F to (-10C to 60C) Storage -4F to 158F (-20C to 70C)
What is the function of the MapSend Street in my MAP 330?? The MapSend Streets CD allows you to load detailed street maps into your MAP 330. The maps supplied on the MapSend Streets CD contain full street detail of US cities. How do I check the trip odometer in my MAP 330 and MAP 330M?
Press the nav button to get the position screen. At the bottom of the page you can get the trip odometer. What is the difference between MAP 330 and MAP 330M? MAP 330M has fixed nvaids which include buoys, lighthouses, Marinas, and obstructions (wrecks, rocks, and so forth.). These navaids can be accessed through the database in the same manner that any other waypoint or map object can be accessed using the database function. Where is GOTO route stored?
GOTO routes are NOT saved in memory when the MAP 330 is turned off. If you are navigating on a GOTO route and you need to turn the MAP 330 off, you will need to restart the GOTO. Routes,
however, are stored in memory. If you need to make a GOTO but expect to turn your MAP 330 off before arriving, you might consider making a one-leg route using the route menu. More information on routes can be found in the reference chapter of this manual.
How do I check the battery life of MAP 330 and MAP 330M?
Press the nav button so that you can get the satellite status screen. This is where you can check the battery life indicator. How do I change the primary usage from land to marine?
As a default, the MAP 330 is in the land mode. From the Map screen press menu. Highlight map set up and press enter. Highlight primary usage and press enter. Use up/down arrows to select marine and press enter. 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. http://www.magellangps.com/support/product.asp?prodid=92 Can I use an external power source to MAP 330 and MAP 330M? Yes.
Initializing the MAP 330.... 51 Turning the NAV Screens On/Off... 52 Selecting the Coordinate System... 52 Selecting a Map Datum... 53 Selecting the Elevation Mode... 53 Selecting the Time Format... 53 Selecting NAV Units... 54 Selecting the North Reference... 54 Setting the Backlight Timer... 54 Turning the Beeper On/Off... 55 Selecting NMEA Message... 55 Selecting the Baud Rate... 55
Clearing Memory.... 56
Clearing Track History... 56 Clearing Wpts/Routes.... 56 Clearing All Routes... 56 Resetting MAP 330 to Factory Defaults.. 56 Clearing All Memory in the MAP 330.. 56
Sun/Moon Display... 57
Accessing the Sun/Moon Screen.. 57 Changing the Sun/Moon Date... 57 Changing the Sun/Moon Position... 57
Fish/Hunt Times Display... 58
Accessing the Fish/Hunt Screen.. 58 Changing the Fish/Hunt Date... 58 Changing the Fish/Hunt Position... 58
MAP 330 Alarms.... 59
Setting the Arrival Alarm.... 59 Setting the Anchor Alarm... 59 Setting the XTE Alarm... 59 Setting the GPS Fix Alarm... 59
Using the Simulator... 60
Turning on the Simulator - Auto Mode.. 60 Turning on the Simulator - User Mode... 60 Turning the Simulator Off... 60
Help.... 61 About.... 61
Frequently Asked Questions
General.... 62 Waypoints/Database.... 63 Navigation Screens... 64 Routes.... 64 Alarms... 64 Output Data.... 65
Troubleshooting... 66 Waypoint Icons... 67 Features of the MAP 330M.. 68 Contacting Magellan.... 69 Specifications... 70 Accessories.... 71 MapSend Streets... 72 Connecting to External Devices.. 73 Glossary... 75 Index.... 78
Welcome and congratulations on your purchase of the Magellan MAP 330 GPS receiver. The MAP 330 has all the features that a sailor, fisherman, hiker, hunter, or any person involved with outdoor recreational activities has come to expect from a Magellan GPS receiver. In addition to these features, the MAP 330 offers the ability to display your location on detailed city maps providing you with a complete navigation tool that will last you for years to come. The MAP 330M has all the features of the MAP 330, and has navaids (fixed navaids, buoys, lighthouses and marinas) preloaded into the receivers database. Magellan has been a leader in the hand-held GPS market since introducing the worlds first commercial, hand-held GPS receiver in 1989. Since that time Magellan has continued to equip the outdoorsman and consumer markets with navigational receivers, all the way from the first GPS receiver for under $100 to automotive receivers with turn-by-turn routing capabilities. Before you begin, make sure that your package includes all of the items listed on the side panel of the box. If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact Magellan Corporation at (866) 737-8604 for replacement items.
This User Manual is divided into six chapters; Introduction, Setting Up the MAP 330, Basic Operation, Reference Guide, Frequently Asked Questions, and Appendix. Each of these chapters will be explained briefly so you can tell which ones are right for you. A glossary and index are provided after the Appendix as well. Setting Up the MAP 330: This chapter will show you how to prepare the MAP 330 for use. Instructions will include how to install the batteries, how to connect the wrist strap and how to initialize the MAP 330. Basic Operation: This chapter provides you with step-by-step instructions for using the basic functions of the MAP 330. This chapter will explain getting a position fix, viewing the Map screen, saving a waypoint and using a GOTO. Knowing these four basic steps will enable you to use the MAP 330 for most things you will want to do.
Reference Guide: Here you will find step-by-step instructions for all of the features found in the MAP 330. This chapter is set up in a way that you can quickly and easily find the feature you are looking for. Frequently Asked Questions: This chapter is aimed at answering some of the more basic questions that you may have about your MAP 330, the global positioning system (GPS) and using the MAP 330 to its fullest. Experienced GPS users will probably not find any new information in this chapter but new GPS users may find many of their questions answered here. Appendix: Sections containing information about connecting your MAP 330 to external devices, accessories, troubleshooting and specifications can be found in the Appendix. Glossary: A glossary is provided explaining some of the terms and abbreviations found in the MAP 330 and this manual that may not be familiar to all users.
Its time to begin using your MAP 330. Dont be overwhelmed with the size of the manual as we have tried to give enough information for the beginning user as well as provide the experienced users with the specifications and features that they are looking for. The most important thing to us is to be sure that you are completely satisfied with your MAP 330 and the accompanying documentation. If you have any ideas, suggestions or even a complaint, please pass them along to us through our web site (www.magellangps.com) or by mail.
Setting Up the MAP 330 Setting Up the MAP 330
Setting up the MAP 330 is a simple three-step process: installing the batteries, attaching the wrist strap and initializing the MAP 330.
The MAP 330 uses two AA batteries that are installed from the back through the battery cover. You can expect to get up to 10 hours of usage on two AA batteries with the backlight turned off. To remove the battery cover, turn the ring of the battery door screw counterclockwise until the battery cover can be removed. Insert the new batteries as shown, making sure that the batteries are installed with the correct polarity. Replace the cover and tighten the battery door screw by turning it clockwise until the battery door is securely in place. Avoid overtightening the battery door screw.
To complete the initialization process, press
The Sat Status screen is displayed and the MAP 330 is now ready to be used. At this point you can begin using the MAP 330 beginning with the Basic Operation described in the next chapter or you can turn the MAP 330 off. To turn the MAP 330 off, press.
Basic Operation Basic Operation
For many of you this will be your first introduction into using a GPS receiver as a navigational tool. With all of the features and functions provided with the MAP 330, it may seem a bit intimidating at first. Dont worry. There are only a few things you need to know to use the MAP 330. They will be discussed here in detail. Other features and functions can be found in the Reference Section of this manual.
IN - Zooms in the display of the Map screen. (Press once to zoom one level, press and hold to quickly move through the zoom levels.)
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OUT - Zooms out the display of the Map screen. (Press once to zoom one level, press and hold to quickly move through the zoom levels.)
ESC- Cancels the operation of the last button pressed. Also scrolls through the NAV screens in reverse order. NAV - Accesses the various navigation screens. MARK/GOTO - MARK is used to create a waypoint. GOTO is used to create a direct route to any waypoint stored in memory.
ENTER - Confirms data entries or menu selections.
MENU - Accesses menus for displayed screens. Also provides access to waypoint, route and setup functions.
Power/Light- Turns the MAP 330 on/off. Also used to turn the display backlight on/off. 9
Pressure Relief Vent
External Connections Provides connection to external power and data handling devices.
Battery Cover Screw and Wrist Strap Ring
Power/Data Cable (purchased separately) - Allows access to the external connector for the MAP 330. See the section on Accessories for description of available cables.
Tuning the MAP 330 On
[You have 10 seconds to press ENTER accepting the displayed warning or the MAP 330 will shut off.]
Start-up Screen displayed
Warning Screen displayed
The last navigation screen you were viewing will be displayed. If the last navigation screen view was the Map screen, the last zoom scale setting will be used.
Turning the MAP 330 Off
Pressing the ON/OFF button again will turn off the MAP 330 immediately. Pressing ESC key will cancel the power down sequence.
Shutdown Screen displayed
The display backlight can be set to one of three levels (low, high or off ).
Press & hold for 2 seconds Press & hold for 2 seconds Press & hold for 2 seconds
Display backlight illuminates (low)
Display backlight illuminates (high)
Display backlight turns off
The backlight causes severe drain on the batteries in the MAP 330. To prevent accidently turning the backlight on and leaving it on, the MAP 330 will turn the backlight off when there has been no button presses for 4 minutes. Pressing any button will turn the backlight back on in this instance. You can change the time delay for the backlight in Setup. (See the Setup section in the Reference chapter.)
From any screen press
Use up/down arrows to highlight Contrast
The menu display may differ slightly depending upon which screen it was accessed from.
Use left/right arrows to adjust the contrast.
Because the MAP 330 attains information it needs from satellites orbiting the earth, the antenna needs to have a relatively unobstructed view of the sky. This allows the MAP 330 to choose from all satellites currently available. If the view of the sky is poor, (large cliffs or buildings, heavy foliage or other obstructions) the satellite signals can be blocked and the receiver may take longer to compute a position fix. You can observe the signal strength and the satellites being used on the Satellite Status screen (described in the next section). Holding the MAP 330. The receiver is designed to fit comfortably in your hand. Hold the MAP 330 in the palm of your hand with the antenna pointing towards the sky.
The MAP 330 has five navigation screens: Map screen, Compass screen, Large Data screen, Position screen and Sat Status screen. They will be described briefly here. More detailed information on the different screens can be found in the Reference chapter. Map Screen. The Map screen has two modes, position or cursor. In the position mode, your present position is indicated by the large arrow icon in the center of the display. If you are moving, the arrow will point in the direction that you are heading. At the bottom of the screen is the scale for the map displayed and two data fields that can be customized, or turned off, depending upon your needs.
In the Cursor Mode, you are provided with a cursor that can be moved on the map. At the bottom of the display is the information for the position of the cursor relative to your present position. Also any points of interest that the cursor is over will be shown. To access the Cursor Mode, press any arrow on the keypad. A crosshair appears that can be moved with the arrow keys. To return to the Position Mode, press
The cursor is now highlighting the Waypoint Name field. With the Name field highlighted, press ENTER. The input keyboard is displayed. The very top of the keyboard window shows you what field you are changing, in this case the Name field. You can now use the arrow keypad to select the character you wish to enter. With the character highlighted press ENTER and the character is appended to the name you are entering and displayed in the field above the keys. (Waypoint names can be up to 8 characters in length.) Highlighting Back and pressing entered. Highlighting Clear and pressing
erases the last character you clears the entire name. adds a space.
Highlighting the space bar and pressing Highlighting Shift and pressing ENTER displays the lower case letters and some additional punctuation marks.
When you have the name the way you want it, highlight OK and press ENTER. You are returned to the Mark screen with the new name displayed.
Entering a Message Any waypoint can have a message assigned to it. This comes in handy in further identifying the waypoint. If this was a waypoint for a friends house or business, you could add a phone number or any other information that you find useful. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight the Message field and press
The keyboard window is displayed the same as when the Name was changed. Only this time the top of the window says Message and the field you are typing into is larger to accommodate more characters. You can have up to 30 characters in the message field. To accept the new message, highlight OK and press message the way it was, press
. To leave the
at any time.
Is there a limit to the number of waypoints I can store in the MAP 330? Yes, the MAP 330 will store up to 500 user waypoints in memory. However, the MAP 330 will only allow messages to be created for 200 waypoints. If you should ever get that many and need to input more, you will have to delete ones that you no longer need to make room.
A GOTO route is simply a route with a start point and a single destination point; I am here and I want to go to there. All that is required to create a GOTO route is having the destination waypoint saved in memory. This waypoint can be one that you have saved earlier (which is stored in your User Waypoint List) or any of the landmarks that come with the MAP 330 in its built-in database. For example, suppose you parked your car and planned on going hiking for about an hour. And suppose that when you are done with your hike you want directions for getting back to your car. Its all very simple. First, at the location you parked your car you would use the MAP 330 to compute that position and then you would save that position with a name like Parked. After your hike, you can use the GOTO function (described following this section) and select Parked as your destination from the User Waypoint List. The MAP 330 will then guide you back to your car.
Press GOTO. The first thing that has to be done is to select the destination waypoint. This is done by accessing the waypoint database. The first screen is used to select the category of the database that the waypoint is in and how it will be found, alphabetically or nearest to your position or cursor.
Selecting a Destination Waypoint from the Database using Near Position Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight the category that your destination waypoint is in. Use the LEFT/RIGHT arrows to select how the waypoints are displayed, Alphabetical, Near Position or Near Cursor. In this case, you will be using Near Position.
The example shown here is a sample of a City Waypoint List. This is a sample of a Nearest City Waypoint list for Magellan. Your screen will look different. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight your choice of waypoint to be your destination and press ENTER.
The GOTO route is now active and you are returned to the last viewed navigation screen.
Selecting a Destination Waypoint from the Database using Alphabetical Highlight any category, other than User, and use the LEFT/RIGHT arrows to select a Find By of Alphabetical. Press ENTER. In this example, Cities was selected and this is how the screen appears. This is a very long list and using the UP/DOWN arrows to find the right waypoint could take a long time. To speed up the process of finding a waypoint in the list, the MAP 330 offers you a way of jumping to the area of the list where the waypoint you want can be found. For example, suppose your destination was to be Los Angeles. Press the UP arrow once. Notice that the first letter in the cursor has changed to a B. The list has also jumped to the first city that starts with the letter B.
Since we are looking for Los Angeles, we need to repeat pressing the UP key until the letter L is displayed in the cursor. The City Waypoint list would look like this. This is pretty good as now the listing shows the cities beginning with the letter L, but we can get even closer.
Press the RIGHT arrow once. The cursor has moved to the second character in the list. Press the UP arrow until the letter O is in the cursor. (Note that the MAP 330 skips over letters that have no corresponding waypoint in the list. Since no city begins with LB, it skipped past LB and looked for a city that, starts with LC and so on. This takes a little time so press the UP arrow and wait as this process may take a second to do.)
Press the RIGHT arrow again and use the UP arrow to select S in the cursor. Now you have gotten to a point on the list where you can see the city waypoint name for Los Angeles.
You can now select Los Angeles from the list by pressing ENTER. The first city in the list is now highlighted. Use the DOWN arrow to highlight Los Angeles.
Present Position Icon Track History
Map Scale Indicator Data Fields Present Position Icon The Present Position Icon graphically displays your position on the map. While you are moving it will point in the direction you are heading. If the MAP 330 is not computing positions, this icon is replaced with an hourglass icon. Map Scale Indicator Provides the scale for the map. The number displayed represents approximately 1/4 of the screens width. Scale can be changed with the IN and OUT buttons. Track History Dotted line on the map displays the history of where you have travelled since the last time you cleared the Track History (see Clear Memory in the Reference Chapter.) Data Fields These fields display navigational information for viewing on the Map screen. They are both customizable with 13 data types possible. Both of the data fields can be turned on or off allowing more viewable map area. Both features (customize and turning the data on/off) can be accessed from the MENU button. Optionally, using the customize function, the data fields can be replaced with the name of the street or intersection you are presently on.
. The cursor will disappear and the
present position icon will appear centered on the map.
Map Scale Indicator Cursor Information Block
Waypoint or Map Object Name
Cursor Icon The Cursor Icon pinpoints the location you have selected by using the arrow keys. Map Scale Indicator Provides the scale for the map. The number displayed represents approximately 1/4 of the screens width. Scale can be changed with the IN and OUT buttons.
Waypoint or Map Object Name Whenever the cursor is over a map object, the name of the map object is displayed, otherwise the word cursor appears. The data shown in the information block is the heading and distance from your present position to the cursor.
Setting the Map Detail The detail of the map can be set to highest, high, medium, low or lowest. This changes the zoom level that different map objects (cities, highways, labels, etc.) are displayed. If you have set a zoom level and the display is too cluttered, set the map detail to a lower level; conversely set it to a higher level to view more detail. The default is Medium.
From the MAP Screen
Highlight Map Setup
Use arrows to highlight the Detail field
Use arrows to select the desired Map Detail level
Map Screen Legend Present Position Cursor Panning Cursor Not Computing Fixes Waypoint Oceans State Lines Rivers Lakes Swamps Railroads Interstate Roads U.S. Routes Roads National Parks (Pointer ) (Crosshair ) (Hourglass) Displayed with the icon selected for that waypoint. - dark gray - black line - light gray - dark gray - light gray - light gray - double black line - thick black line - black line - light gray
From the Position Screen
Highlight Reset Trip
Confirm? Yes or No
Present Position Coordinates and Elevation
Current Time and Date
GPS Status Data Fields Trip Odometer
Use the Left/Right Arrows to toggle between Position 1 and Position 2
Present Position Coordinates and Elevation Displays your present position in the coordinate system chosen in Setup. Also displays the elevation of the present position. If the MAP 330 is not computing position fixes, the last computed position is displayed. GPS Status Provides information on the current status of the GPS receiver portion of the MAP 330. Data Fields Customizable data fields. The data displayed can be selected from 13 different options. Customizing is accessed through the MENU button. Some of the data displayed requires you to be moving to be computed, invalid data is indicated by dashes. Trip Odometer The odometer performs like the odometer in your car. It can be reset through the MENU button.
Customizing the Data Fields Allows you to change the data that is being displayed to 1 of 13 data options (bearing, distance, speed, heading, VMG, CTS, ETA, ETE, XTE, turn, elevation, time, or date) for any of the two fields. (See explanation of Data Types in the Map Screen section.)
GPS Status Messages Messages indicating the status of the GPS receiver section of the MAP 330 are displayed on the Position screen.
Searching - 1st sat Searching - 2nd sat Searching - 3rd sat
Searching for 1st satellite. 1st satellite found; searching for 2nd satellite Two satellites are being tracked and searching for a third.
Searching - 4th sat
Three satellites are being tracked and searching for the fourth.
All satellites needed for position fix are being tracked and position is being computed.
MAP 330 is computing fixes; speed is near 0.0 so position is being averaged.
Estimated Position Error in feet. MAP 330 is computing fixes while moving.
Computed fixes are being differentially corrected.
Since the MAP 330 is a 12-channel receiver, once the first satellite is found, finding the remaining satellites and computing a fix may take only a few seconds.
The Satellite Status screen visually displays the satellites being used and the strength of the received signal. Additionally, this screen displays the power source you are connected to and, if internal batteries, how much battery life is remaining. This is a very handy screen when you wish to view how well your MAP 330 is tracking satellites.
Satellite Position Graph
Position Mode Satellite Position
Satellite Signal Strength Chart
(Note: To modify the icon, name or message use the Up/Down arrows to highlight the field you wish to change and press ENTER. You are then placed into the Edit Mode.) Deleting a User Waypoint Deletes a waypoint that you have created.
left/right arrows select Find By
Select Waypoint to be Deleted
Highlight Delete WPT
Editing a User Waypoint Allows you to edit a waypoint that you have already stored in the MAP 330s memory.
Select Waypoint to be Edited
Select Field to be Edited
Edit the Field
Repeat selecting and editing fields until all changes are complete
Highlight Save button
An alternative method to entering the edit mode is after highlighting the waypoint you wish to modify press MENU. Highlight Edit WPT and press ENTER.
Viewing a Map Object on the Map Displays on the Map the Map Object you have selected. Note: This function is for viewing map objects (cities, airports, etc.) only. See Viewing User Waypoints on the Map for instructions on how to perform this feature using User waypoints.
Select Database Category
Select Waypoint from the list
Viewing a User Waypoint on the Map Locates and displays on the Map the selected User Waypoint.
Use U/D arrows to highlight View button
Note: If the waypoint is used in a route you will get a warning that it is in a route after selecting it from the list. This is because the screen that you access the view button can also be used to edit the waypoint and it may be undesirable to edit a waypoint that is being used in a route. Also note that any edits you make to the waypoint are not saved when you use the View button. You need to highlight the Save button and press ENTER to record your changes. Saving a Map Object as a User Waypoint Saves a Map Object as a waypoint to be stored in your User Waypoint List. You would do this should you want to modify the object or if you wanted to use the object as a waypoint in the Sun/Moon or Fish/Hunt functions. Follow the instructions above for Viewing a Map Object on a Map. Press and hold MARK for 2-3 seconds. Edit any field of the waypoint that you want and when you are done, highlight Save and press ENTER.
Searching for a Street Address This option allows you to search an uploaded map database for a specific street address. After finding the address, you can save it as a waypoint (MARK) or view it on the Map Screen. NOTE: The option is available ONLY if you have uploaded one or more detailed maps from the Magellan MapSend Streets CD-ROM.
From any Screen
Use arrows to highlight an uploaded map region
Use arrows to enter street name
Use U/D arrows to highlight street name
Use L/R arrows to view available address range
Use arrows to enter address number
Use U/D arrows to highlight Mark or View
Mark. If you select Mark and press ENTER, the Edit Waypoint screen is displayed. You can now change any of the attributes for this waypoint. Highlight Save and press ENTER to record this waypoint into the memory of the MAP 330. View. Selecting View and pressing ENTER returns you to the Map Screen in the Cursor Mode with the cursor on the address you entered. From this point, you can create a waypoint by pressing and holding the MARK button. Note: The address search has some limitations and is based upon the map that was uploaded from the MapSend Streets software. While you are entering the address you will notice that the available range is displayed on the screen. Addresses entered must fall within that range.
Creating a GOTO Route Creates and sets as the active route a 1-leg route with your present position as the starting point and a destination waypoint that you choose from the waypoint database.
If a GOTO route already exists, you will be asked to clear it.
Select Waypoint Category
Use L/R arrows to select Find By
Select Waypoint from List
GOTO routes are not saved in memory. When you turn your MAP 330 off and then back on, the GOTO route is gone. You need to create a new GOTO route if you intend on completing the route. Also note that when you are selecting the Waypoint Category you are being instructed to select the Find By. You can select only those waypoints in your general vicinity (Nearest) or all of the waypoints in the category in alphabetical order (Alphabetical). Creating a Backtrack Route Creates a route using track information stored in the MAP 330 to retrace your steps. A good example of using a backtrack would be if you were out hiking or jogging with your MAP 330 turned on and computing position fixes. After 30 minutes you choose to return to where you started, following the same route you just took. All you need do is follow the instructions below and let the MAP 330 take you there.
Highlight View/Edit Route
Editing a Route Enables you to modify an existing route by inserting a leg, deleting a leg or replacing a leg. Follow the instructions above for Viewing a Route and then use the instructions for inserting, deleting, replacing or appending a leg as appropriate. When you are done with editing the route, use the Up/Down arrows to highlight the Save Route button and press ENTER.
Inserting a Leg Inserts a waypoint in the middle of an existing leg thereby making two legs where there used to be one.
Select route to be edited. See Instructions for Viewing a Route Highlight Insert WPT Select Waypoint
Highlight destination waypoint for leg that will have a leg inserted.
In the example of a route that D goes from A to B to C to B C D, if you wanted to insert the A waypoint E between B and C you would highlight the E waypoint C and follow the steps to insert waypoint E. Your route would then be A to B to E to C to D. Deleting a Leg Deletes a leg from the route.
Select route to be edited. See Instructions for Viewing a Route Highlight Delete WPT Highlight destination waypoint for leg that will be deleted.
Replacing a Leg Replaces the destination of an existing leg with a new destination.
Select route to be edited. See Instructions for Viewing a Route Highlight Replace WPT Select Waypoint
Highlight destination waypoint for leg that will be replaced.
Appending a Leg Adds a leg to the end of a route.
Select route to be edited. See Instructions for Viewing a Route Select Database
Highlight next available leg. (Indicated by dashes) Select Waypoint
Appending a Newly Created Waypoint to a Route Allows a newly created waypoint to be appended to any route in memory.
Create a Waypoint by pressing the MARK button. Can be present position, user-generated position or by using Map Cursor to locate position.
Edit/Modify Waypoint as desired.
Highlight Routes Button
Reversing a Route Allows any route in memory to be reversed. In the example used earlier of A to B to C to D, if this route were reversed it would end up as D to C to B to A.
Highlight Reverse Route
Deleting a Route Enables the deletion of any route in memory. Useful when you want to add a new route but no EMPTY routes are available.
Highlight Delete Route
Viewing a Route on the Map Screen Provides you with a graphical representation of the route selected on the Map screen.
Highlight Map View Route
Creating a Route Using Track History This enables you to automatically create a multileg route using your track history. This route will be saved to your route list with a naming convention of T01P01 to T01Pxx where Pxx indicates the number of points in the route.
Highlight Save Trk to Rte
Initializing the MAP 330 Enables you to initialize the MAP 330 should it be needed to speed up satellite acquisition. Two such instances would be travelling over 500 miles with your MAP 330 turned off or complete loss of memory.
Output Data What is NMEA? NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) is the standard used for interfacing marine electronic devices. This standard has also been adapted for use in a variety of third-party mapping software programs. What are the NMEA message strings? The MAP 330 supports version 1.5 and 2.1 of the NMEA 0183 standard. Additional information on NMEA can be found at on the internet at www.nmea.org, where you can purchase the NMEA Interface Standards. Another excellent source for NMEA standards is a FAQ sheet that is published on the internet by Peter Bennett at vancouver-webpages.com/peter/nmeafaq.txt. My GPS is not communicating with my computer. What can I do? Check your baud rate and check the baud rate that your software is using. If they dont match, change either the softwares or the MAP 330s baud rate (See Setup - Changing the Baud Rate.) Can I interface my MAP 330 with a Macintosh computer? Magellan does not supply cabling or software for the Macintosh line of computers. For information on a cable or software that may meet your requirements, visit GPSy at www.gpsy.com on the internet.
Receiver will not turn on: 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. Check to see if batteries are installed correctly. Replace with two new AA alkaline batteries. If there are any obstacles nearby or overhead, move to a new location. Make sure that the antenna is pointing up, has a clear view of the sky and is a reasonable distance away from your body. Check Satellite Status screen to see where the satellites are and if the receiver is acquiring data. If the receiver still does not get a position fix within 10 minutes, you may wish to repeat the initialization procedure. This is commonly is caused by excessive static electicity. Turn the receiver back on and it should operate normally. Move the receiver to a new location to avoid a similar occurrence. Battery life seems shorter than it should be: 1. 2. Make sure that you are using two AA alkaline batteries. Shorter life span of the batteries can be due to excessive use of the backlight. Turn the backlight off when not needed. Make sure that your receiver is set up to use the same datum as your map. The map datum is generally shown in the map legend. See Setup Changing the Map Datum under Reference for instructions on selecting the map datum in your receiver. 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. It could be caused by distance shifts to the map. Use map data for reference and do not rely completely on it. Data was not saved or was corrupted. This can be caused because you removed the batteries or removed external power with the MAP 330 turned on.
Help screen 61 Holding 12 Icons 67 Interfacing, Macintosh 65 Initialization 5, 63 Keys 9 Large Data Screen 13, 34; customizing 35 Leg, appending 50; deleting 49; inserting 49; replacing 49 Map Screen 12, 24; callouts 25, 26; setting detail 27; legend 27; displaying waypoints 28; customizing 29; turning data off 28; changing orientation 30; turning off track history display 31; street information 29 MapSend Streets 72 Map Object, saving 43; viewing 43 Memory, clear all 56; clear track 56; clear WPT/routes 56; clearing routes 56 Messages, entering 17 Messages, GPS Status 35, 36 NAV units, selecting 54 Navigation Screens 12, 24; accessing 14, 24; turning off 52 NMEA 65; selecting 55; string 65 North Reference, selecting 54 Odometer (see Trip Odometer) Position Fix 12; 65 Position Mode 12, 25 Position Screen 13, 35; selecting 35; customizing 38 Power Off 11, 23 Power On 5, 10, 23; not working 66 Power Source 38 Routes, active 64; activating/deactivating 48; backtrack 45; clearing all 56; creating GOTO 18, 45; creating multileg 44; deleting 50; editing 48; reversing 50; viewing 48, 50; track history 51
Satellite Status Screen 37 Setup 50 Signal Strength 37 Simulator 60; turning off 60; turning on 60; user mode 60 Specifications 70 Sun/Moon screen, accessing 57; date changing 57; position changing 57 Technical Support 69 Time, setting 53 Time Format, selecting 53 Track History display 31; clearing 31, 56; mode 31 Trip Odometer 36; resetting 35 Waypoints, accessing 39; creating manually 41; creating with cursor 41; deleting 45; editing 42; icons 67; preloaded 63; saving 15, 41; number of 17; appending to route 50 Wrist strap 4
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