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Map 410 GPS FAQs
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How many batteries does my Map 410 GPS use? Map 410 GPS uses four AA batteries. How long will the batteries operate for my Map 410 GPS? Using four AA batteries, your Map 410 GPS will operate continuously for up to 12 hours. How long will my Map 410 GPS keep memory active without a battery? The internal lithium backup battery will keep your receivers memory active for up to 10 years. How do I install the batteries in my Map 410 GPS? The Map 410 GPS 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. Although it is recommended that four AA batteries be used, in case of an emergency the receiver will operate with only two batteries if both are inserted into one of the battery tubes. How do I turn on my Map 410 GPS? To turn your Map 410 GPS on, press the power/light key and then press the enter key when prompted. If the enter key is not pressed within 10 seconds of being prompted, the receiver will turn off. Wait for the unit to scroll through the start-up screens. How do I turn off my Map 410 GPS? To turn your Map 410 GPS off, press and hold the same power/light key. This will start a shutdown sequence that counts down the seconds until the receiver actually turns off. To immediately turn the receiver off, release and press the power/light key again. To cancel the shutdown sequence, press any other key. How do I initialize my MAP 410 GPS for the first time use? Turn your receiver on by pressing the power/ light key and the enter key, when prompted. Because this is the first time you
have used your receiver, a screen will be displayed prompting you to initialize your receiver. Press the enter key. When the region screen appears, Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the region where you are located. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight country, province or state where you are located. Enter mark. The elevation screen appears. Use the arrow keys to enter your present elevation. Enter mark. From the time field on the elevation screen. Use the arrow keys to enter the local time and toggle between AM and PM. Enter mark. From the date field on the elevation screen. Use the arrow keys to input the date. Enter mark. During Initialization at the Preference screen. Use the arrow keys to toggle between marine and land. Enter mark. When you have chosen the primary usage for your receiver, the status screen will be displayed. At this point, you should go outside in an area where you can get a clear view of the sky. Your Map 410 will begin receiving data from the satellites in view and will display the progress on the status screen. When your receiver has computed a position fix, the map screen will be displayed. If the map screen has been turned off then the position screen will be displayed.
How do I save my position as a waypoint or landmark? From any screen (press and hold) enter mark you will then see a screen with you latitude/longitude readings and also a default name LMK00X, press and hold the mark key again to save. How do I create a GOTO route to my saved waypoint or landmark? Press the GOTO key once then use up/down arrow keys to highlight the user category and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint you just saved. Enter mark. How do I select the temp units in my Map 410 GPS? From the Sat Status screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight temp units and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to select either Fahrenheit or Celsius How do I set a temperature calibration? From the sat status screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight temp calib and press enter mark. Use the arrow keys to change the temperature. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight save edits. Enter mark. How do I view the secondary coordinate system from the position screen in my Map 410 GPS? From the position screen, press the left/right arrows and the lower half of the screen changes to display your present position in the secondary coordinate system. The datums that were selected under setup for each coordinate system are also displayed.
How do I customize the NAV screens in my Map 410 GPS? From the NAV screen press men. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight customize and press the enter Mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the field you wish to change and press enter. A pop-up menu appears> Use up/down arrow keys to highlight your choice. Enter mark> You are returned to the NAV1 screen in the customize mode> You can continue customizing using the same steps or press quit to exit this mode. How do I customize the compass screen in my Map 410 GPS? From the compass screen. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight customize and press the enter mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the field you wish to change. Enter mark. A pop-up menu appears. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight your choice and press the enter mark key. Then You are returned to the compass screen in the customize mod> You can continue customizing using the same steps or press quit to exit this mode. How do I enter the map setup screen in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight map setup. Press the enter mark key to exit map setup. Press the quit key. What are all the options available in map screen orientation? The map screen has three types of orientation to choose from: North up, course up and track up. North up has north located at the top of the screen; Course up has the destination of the current leg at the top of the screen; track up has the direction you are moving at the top of the screen. How do I change the map screen orientation in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight map setup and press enter on the enter mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the orientation setting. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight your choice and press enter mark. How do I turn on/off the latitude/longitude grid in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight map setup. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight latitude/longitude grid. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight on or off. Enter mark. How do I enable/disable uploaded map data in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight map setup press the enter mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the uploaded data. Press the enter mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight on or off. Enter
mark. A confirmation/ warning screen appears Use up/down arrow keys to highlight yes or no. Enter mark.
What is hide/show data and what does it do? This function allows you to hide or show the data window on the map screen. When the data window is displayed the option on the menu will be hide data and when the data window is hidden the option will be show data. How do I enable hide/show data in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight hide data or show data and press enter mark. What is track history? The track history function allows you to select the track history interval or turn it off. Using track history records where you have been by automatically storing locations, as dropping bread crumbs, from your starting point as you travel. This is useful when you want to return to your starting point. The default setting is auto which, depending on your speed and bearing, automatically leaves bread crumbs displaying your track. The auto setting makes use of the SmartTrack feature which stops leaving bread crumbs when your speed is zero, leaves a lot of bread crumbs when you are making a turn and leaves fewer bread crumbs when you are traveling in a straight line. This keeps your track looking more like the actual path you traveled instead of jagged lines. Your track history will be displayed on the map using a black dotted line. How do I change the track interval settings in my Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight track hist and press the enter mark key. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight your choice and press enter mark. How do I clear my track history in Map 410 GPS? From the map screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight clr track and press the enter mark key. A confirmation screen appears. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight yes and press enter mark. How do I pan map in my Map 410 GPS? While in the map screen you can use the 8-way arrow keys to pan around the screen. This allows you to scan the map to see what your surroundings are or where a specific waypoint is located in relation to your current position. While panning, the cursor will be displayed as an icon representing crosshairs. Pressing the quit key will center the map screen on your present position and hide the crosshairs. How do I reset the odometer in my Map 410 GPS?
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From the speed screen, press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight odom reset and press enter mark.A pop-up confirmation window appears Use up/down arrow keys to highlight yes or no and press enter mark. How do I reset the trip odometer in my Map 410 GPS? From the speed screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight trip reset and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight yes or no enter mark. How do I set the speed average in my Map 410 GPS? From the speed screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight speed avg press mark. A pop-up window appears. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight trip, 5 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes or 1 hour. Enter mark. What information can I view on the time screen of my Map 410 GPS? The time screen displays the current time, estimated time enrooted (ETE), time of arrival, and elapsed time in regards to the route in which you are navigating. How do I select the time format in my Map 410 GPS? From any screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight setup. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight time format. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight your choice. Enter mark. What are user waypoints? User waypoints are locations that you save in your receivers memory, including their coordinates and an icon you associate with them. You can edit these waypoints and they can be deleted when you no longer need them. What are non-user waypoints? Non-user waypoints are uploaded into your receiver. They display destinations of interest, including their coordinates and their name. Non-user waypoints cannot be edited and are permanently stored in your receivers memory. They cannot be deleted unless written over by waypoints downloaded from the MapSend CD. How do I save a position fix with a user-created name? Enter mark. (Press and hold). Enter mark. Use arrow keys to enter the alphanumeric characters of the name you choose. Enter mark. Use arrow keys to highlight the waypoint icon of your choice Enter mark. Use up/down arrows to highlight save wpt. Enter mark. How do I select a waypoint to edit (user only) in my Map 410 GPS? From any NAV screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight waypoints. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to
highlight the user category. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint you wish to edit. Enter mark. Press Menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight edit wpt. Enter mark.
How do I project a waypoint or landmark in my Map 410 GPS? From the position screen press menu then select projection and press enter. Highlight bearing and press enter. Enter the bearing you want for the waypoint. Press enter on distance and enter the distance you want the waypoint to be projected How do I find waypoints or landmarks (User and non-user) in my Map 410 GPS? From any screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight waypoints or landmarks and press enter. Highlight the category of the waypoint. Press enter mark. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight find. Press enter. Use up/down arrow keys to input the characters of the waypoint. Enter mark. You are brought back to the waypoint menu with the chosen waypoint highlighted. Enter mark. The information on that waypoint is displayed. How do I create a GOTO route in my Map 410 GPS? From your present location Press GOTO. Use up/down ARROW KEYS to highlight the user category and press enter you wish to goto press enter use UP and DOWN keys to highlight the landmark or waypoint you want to goto and press enter How do I clear a GOTO route? Press GOTO once, then press menu. Use up/ down arrow keys to select clear GOTO. Press enter. How do I create a Man Over Board (MOB) route? Press GOTO. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight MOB and press enter. What is a Man Over Board (MOB) route? Another type of route is Man Over Board (MOB). The MOB route is useful when you want to instantly create a route. When you press enter, your receiver will store the position and set a GOTO route to it. MOB waypoints are titled MOB001, MOB002, and so forth. If an MOB route already exists, the receiver will give you the option of replacing the MOB route. How do I clear a MOB route in my Map 410 GPS? Press GOTO, then press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight clear the MOB route, and then press enter. How do I create a backtrack route?
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Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes and press enter. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight backtrack and press enter mark. How do I create a multi-leg route in my Map 410 GPS? Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes. Press enter. The route menu appears. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight an empty route. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight create. Press enter. A screen will appear with the first dotted line highlighted. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the category in which the waypoint is located. Press enter mark. A menu of all the waypoints saved from the selected category is displayed. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the first waypoint of your route. Press enter mark Your receiver will display the waypoint you just selected in the starting location and the second dotted line will be highlighted Enter Mark Continue the above process until you have completed the desired route Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight SAVE ROUTE Enter Mark OR Press Menu Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight SAVE ROUTE Enter Mark. How do I view/edit a route in my Map 410 GPS? From any screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the route you wish to edit. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight view/edit and press enter mark. How do I change a waypoint or landmark in a route? While viewing the route in which you wish to change a waypoint, use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint that you want to change and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the category in which the waypoint is located and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint you want to replace. Enter mark. How do I add a waypoint at the end of a route in my Map 410 GPS? While viewing the route you wish to add a waypoint to the end of use up/down arrow keys. To highlight the first available dotted line of the route press enter mark then use up/down arrow keys to highlight the category the waypoint is located in and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint you want to add to the end of your route and press enter mark. How do I delete a waypoint in a route? While viewing the route you wish to delete a waypoint from use up/down arrow keys to highlight the waypoint you wish to delete. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight delete and press enter mark. How do I save a route in my MAP 410 GPS?
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While viewing the route you wish to save Use up/down arrow keys to highlight save route and press enter mark. Or press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight save route and press enter mark. How do I activate a route in my Map410 GPS? Press menu Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the route you wish to activate. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight activate and press enter mark. How do I deactivate a route in my Map 410 GPS? Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes and press enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the route you wish to deactivate. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight deactivate and press enter mark. How do I reverse a route in Map 410 GPS? Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes. Enter Mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the route you wish to reverse. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight reverse. Enter Mark. The screen will display the route menu and the waypoints in the titles will reverse. How do I delete a route in my Map 410 GPS? Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight routes. Enter mark. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight the route you wish to delete. Press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight delete. Enter mark. A confirmation screen appears. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight yes or no. Enter mark. How do I adjust the contrast in my Map 410 GPS? From any NAV screen press menu. Use up/down arrow keys to highlight contrast. Enter mark. Use left/right arrow keys to adjust the contrast. Enter mark.
Copyright Notice Copyright 1999 Magellan Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this publication or the computer programs described within may be reproduced, translated, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission from Magellan Corporation. Your rights with regard to this publication and the computer programs described within are subject to the restrictions and limitations imposed by the copyright laws of the United States of America (U.S.A) and/or the jurisdiction in which you are located. For information on translations and distribution outside the U.S.A. please contact Magellan Corporation.
Trademark Notice MapSend is a trademark of Magellan Corporation. All other product and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Printed in the United States of America. Part Number: 630750 A
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION... 1 THE MAGELLAN MAPSEND CD.. 1 MARINE CD... 2 LAND CD... 2 UNLOCKING A C-MAP NT COMPACT REGION - QUICK REFERENCE. 3 GETTING STARTED... 4 MINIMUM PC REQUIREMENTS.. 4 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES.. 4 STARTING MAPSEND... 4 USING HELP.... 5 MAPSEND MENU... 5 MAPSEND OPTIONS.. 6 THE TOOLBAR... 10 THE STATUS WINDOW... 10 NAVIGATING THE MAP.. 11 SELECTING (OPENING)/REMOVING A C-MAP REGION.. 12 PREVIEW MODE... 12 NT COMPACT FULL FEATURES DEMO MODE.. 12 SELECTING (OPENING) A REGION... SELECTING FROM THE MAP.. SELECTING FROM THE LIST.. REMOVING A REGION... 14 15
UPLOADING REGIONS TO YOUR MAP 410... 16 CONNECTING YOUR MAP 410 TO YOUR PC.. 16 STARTING UPLOAD... 16 INTERRUPT UPLOAD... 17 END UPLOAD... 17
TYPES OF REGIONS... UNLOCKED REGIONS... LOCKED REGIONS... INFORMATION ON REGIONS.. CHART OBJECTS INFORMATION.. UNLOCKING CODE REQUEST.. INSERT AN UNLOCKING CODE... UNLOCKING CODES BACKUP.. RESTORE UNLOCKING CODES FROM BACKUP. PRINT UNLOCKING CODE LIST..
UNLOCKING CODE.... 20
POINTS OF INTEREST (POI)... 22 POINTS OF INTEREST... 22 ROADS... 23 SESSIONS... 24 ADDING A REGION TO SESSION.. 24 REMOVING REGIONS FROM SESSION.. 25 PREVIEW... 25 TROUBLESHOOTING... 26 CONTACTING C-MAP & MAGELLAN.. 27 C-MAP... 27 MAGELLAN.... 28
Congratulations on your purchase of MapSend allowing you to expand the use of your MAP 410. MapSend is a CD with an application program that contains C-MAPs NT CompactTM Marine Electronic Charts (Marine CD) or enhanced road and Point of Interest detail (Land CD) which are uploaded to your MAP 410. This CD allows you to customize your receiver to fit all your boating and outdoor adventures. You will have the ability to download detailed C-MAP NT Compact nautical charts, superlakes and an additional 250,000 points of interest such as marinas, parks, campgrounds, tourist attractions and highway exit ramp services such as RV campgrounds, restaurants, ATMs and gas stations and more. With MapSend you can now expand the areas you are travelling by uploading nautical maps, superlakes and points of interest for a more comprehensive database. Making your way outdoors has never been so easy as it is with the additional information contained on this CD-ROM. This guide will aid in the installation of MapSend as well as give you directions on how to use this program to increase your ability to navigate new areas of interest. The Getting Started section of this guide will have you navigating the MapSend database in no time at all and give you the opportunity to upload those areas of the map that you will need for your next journey outdoors.
THE MAGELLAN MAPSEND CD
MapSends CD-ROMs are a cartographic and information resource for you to use to aid you while navigating with your Magellan MAP 410 GPS receiver. Available in marine and land versions, these new databases of marine charts, land maps and Points of Interest (POIs) can now be uploaded into your receiver to enhance the cartographic database contained within. Some items contained within the MapSend database need to be unlocked by calling the nearest C-MAP office listed in the back of this guide. Using the procedure contained in the section Unlocking A C-MAP NT Compact Region, you can unlock regions of interest easily and inexpensively without having to buy different cartridges for each region and with the preview feature (available for Marine Charts and SuperLakes) youll be able to preview a region to make sure its the right one for you (see Preview under Selecting (Opening)/Removing A C-MAP Region for further details).
Magellan MapSend User Guide
The MapSend Marine CD features C-MAP NT Compact charts which contain coastlines and fixed and floating navigation aids (NAVAIDS), such as lighthouses, buoys and channel markers as well as spot soundings, depth contours and hazards to navigation. Superlakes, large, fresh-water lakes, are also available in the NT Compact format.
The MapSend Land CD provides enhanced road detail and over 250,000 POIs. Included are golf courses, campgrounds, parks, airports, hunting and fishing facilities, tourist attractions, highway exit ramp services as well as Superlakes.
UNLOCKING A C-MAP NT COMPACT REGION - QUICK REFERENCE
The following procedures apply for unlocking either marine NT Compact charts or SuperLakes. You can view the available marine coverage, select your choice and contact a C-MAP Office for the unlock code. Unlock Process for the First Unlock (Marine CD Only) Step 1 Step 2 Connect your MAP 410 to your PC. Ensure the baud rate on the MAP 410 is set to 4800bps (Use your MAP 410 User Guide to obtain the procedure for checking your receivers baud rate). Open the desired chart region. MapSend will give you the code for this region in the Status Window. Enter the Unit menu and click on Get MAP 410 ID. Note the serial number listed on the back of the CD. Call the nearest C-MAP office and tell them you wish to unlock a MapSend region. (See Contacting C-MAP & Magellan from this guide for available numbers). Alternatively, you may fax or e-mail your request to CMAP. You must provide them with the following information: MAP 410 Unit ID (Serial #) Chart Region # CD Serial # for your free, first unlock or credit card information for additional unlocks. Step 7 Step 8 C-MAP will give you the unlock code over the phone, by fax, or email. Once you have the unlock code from C-MAP, doubleclick on the chart region in the Status Window and a dialog box will open. Type in the 16-digit unlock code in the space provided and click Unlock. You will see the symbol in the Status Window change from a lock to unlock icon signifying that you have successfully unlocked the region. Click the Transfer icon or press F8. The region will then be uploaded into the MAP 410 unit. (Note: Dont forget to also add Navaids for the region).
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Chart Regions Unlock Instructions
1.) Chart Region Code:
For selecting a C-MAP region code, please refer to pages 12 - 15 of the user guide. Then write the code number down in the space provided above for reference.
MAP 410 Unit ID #:
First connect your MAP 410 to your computer, then to obtain the MAP 410 unit ID number, enter the Unit menu and click on Get MAP 410 ID from the menu. Now write the ID number down in the space provided above for reference.
CD-ROM Serial #:
Note that the CD-ROM serial number is listed on the back of the jewel case. Be sure to write it down in the space provided above for reference. You will not be able to purchase unlock codes with out it, nor will you be able to obtain your first (1) free marine chart region unlock code.
C-MAP Office Phone #:
Please refer to page 27 of the user guide to locate the nearest C-MAP office. Then write the phone number down in the space provided above for reference. Be sure to call C-MAP in order to receive your first (1) free marine chart region unlock code and for any purchases of other unlock codes.
The first (1) marine chart region unlock code is free with purchase of the MapSend Marine CD-ROM only. Additional unlock codes will be charged accordingly: 1 Marine Chart Region Marine Chart Regions Superlakes Chart Regions FREE $75.00 $50.00 MapSend Marine MapSend Marine MapSend Land (USA) & MapSend Marine (Americas)
(For More detailed Instructions please refer to page 3 of the user guide.) PN 203024 A
MINIMUM PC REQUIREMENTS
Listed below is what is needed to upload MapSend onto your PC: 1. Microsoft Windows 95 or 98.
MapSend does not run under Windows NT.
2. 486, 66MHz or faster processor. 3. 16 MB RAM or more. 4. 15 MB hard disk space or higher. 5. Serial COMM port. 6. CD-ROM drive. 7. Mouse. 8. 256 color display. 9. Magellan PC interface cable (p/n: 00-19068-000) or PC interface cable with cigarette lighter adapter (p/n: 00-19067-000).
Use the following procedures to install MapSend: 1. Start Windows. Close all active programs. 2. Insert the MapSend CD into your CD-ROM drive. 3. Open the Start menu and click on Run. 4. Type D:\setup and click OK. If your CD-ROM drive is not D, type the appropriate letter in its place. 5. Follow the on-screen installation instructions.
There are two ways to start the MapSend program: 1. Click on the Quick-Start shortcut icon located on your desktop. or 1. Click on the Start Button. 2. Select the Programs folder. 3. Select MapSend folder.
4. Click the MapSend application to start and open the MapSend main window.
MapSend has a Help Menu that you can access by clicking on Help or by pressing (F1). Use the Help Index in the Help dialog box to get help on any of the topics listed. You can access any topic by clicking on it. If you want to return to the Index click on Back. You may print the topic by clicking on Print.
The MapSend menus contain MapSend functions and settings. Some of the functions can also be activated through the buttons on the Toolbar. The table below lists the menus and the items found within them. MENU ITEM File Print Print Setup Options Prints the map area as it appears in the active window (screen). Opens the Print Setup dialog box for printing options; paper size, paper source, orientation, etc. Opens the Options dialog box to choose and set the available options; Port&Source, Coverage Borders, Cities, Roads, POI. Closes MapSend. Programs/sends selected regions to your MAP 410 unit. This restores the program defaults that were present at time of purchase. Provides the MAP 410 Serial Number when the receiver is connected to the PC. Opens the regions allowing you to choose an area of interest to view. When the desired area is selected, it is automatically listed in the Status Window at the bottom of the MapSend main window. DESCRIPTION
Exit Unit Send Selected regions Restore factory data Get MAP 410 ID Select Region Add
MENU ITEM Remove
DESCRIPTION Removes the selected region in the Status Window at the bottom of the MapSend main window. Add/Remove: Adds or Removes an unlock code; Make Backup; Restore from Backup. Opens the NT Compact Info dialog box which lists the selected region chart contents by scale (if selected) or by name (if selected). Opens a demo area which contains NT Compact data with full features.
Unlock Codes Info
View NT Compact full features demo Session Show session window Help Contents How to Use Help About MapSend
Brings up the Session dialog box and information.
Opens the MapSend Help window. Windows Opens the About MapSend dialog box containing the version number and copyright information.
To select the available options in MapSend, select File/Options from the menu bar as shown in the picture below:
After selecting Options from the menu bar, the following dialog box will appear:
The Connection Port is the COM port where the MAP 410 is connected, the Source CD-ROM drive represents where the MapSend CD is inserted, and the electronic cartography colors and the depth units can be set. By selecting Coverage Borders the following dialog box will appear:
In the Coverage Borders area, you can see what the scale level is currently set to and change it to the desired scale level. Automatic allows you to set the number of levels which are shown each time you zoom from the current scale.
Manual allows you to set which regional borders are shown. Levels A B C D E F G Scales >1,500,001:1 500,001 to 1,500,000:1 150,001 to 500,000:1 50,001 to 150,000:1 15,001 to 50,000:1 5,001 to 15,000:1 <5,000:1 If Automatic is selected and the levels are less than 4, the outline of the selected area may not be visible from the World Map view. By selecting the Cities thumbnail from the previous dialog box, the following dialog box appears:
Scale levels at which cities can be seen are set from this dialog box. City Type Major Large Medium Small City Size >500,000 or state capital 100,000 to 500,000 20,000 to 100,000 <20,000
By selecting the Roads thumbnail, the following dialog box will appear:
The above dialog box shows the scale levels at which the roads and the type of symbols used can be seen and set. By selecting the POI thumbnail, the following dialog box will appear:
The above dialog box shows the scale levels at which POIs can be seen and set.
The table below describes each button on the Toolbar. BUTTON DESCRIPTION Open NT Compact region*: Opens the NT Compact regions to choose an area of interest to view. When the desired area is selected it is automatically listed in the Status Window at the bottom of the MapSend main window. Print: Prints the map area as it appears in the active window (screen). World Wide background: Returns to the world map from any zoom level. Zoom Out.
Info: Additional information on charts. Program/Send data to MAP 410 receiver: Programs/uploads the selected NT Compact region to MAP 410 receiver.
THE STATUS WINDOW
The Status Window appears at the bottom of the MapSend main window. It provides you with the information related to the region(s) selected: 1. Locked or Unlocked icon. 2. Code of the region. 3. Name of the region. 4. Size (Available memory/Used up memory) in % in MAP 410. 5. Date of the region.
6. Cursor Position Lat/Lon. 7. Scale of map on main window/map currently viewed. 8. MAP 410 serial number.
NAVIGATING THE MAP
The MapSend main window displays a World-Background Map when the program is activated. Following are some tips on how to quickly move around the map: To center (PAN) a specific area on the screen, click on the area with the left mouse button. To see more details, press the I key or the Zoom In toolbar button. To see less detail, press the O key or the Zoom Out toolbar button. To return to the World-Background Map without zooming through the intermediate levels, click on the Background toolbar button. Pressing the F1 key accesses MapSend Help. Pressing the F2 key opens up the Cartridge Info dialog box containing information on the currently highlighted region. Pressing the F5 key opens up the NT Compact Title dialog box allowing you to choose a region to add. Pressing the F6 key removes the highlighted region. Pressing the F8 key sends the selected region(s) to your MAP 410. Pressing the F10 key highlights File on the Menu Bar. Pressing the F12 key opens up the HP Doc Wise dialog box allowing you to print the current screen. Pressing the right mouse button while holding the CTRL key opens up the Cartographic Info dialog box allowing you to view details on the chosen object.
SELECTING (OPENING)/REMOVING A CMAP REGION
When you have accessed the Marine MapSend CD and are viewing the map you are in the Preview mode, allowing you to see an overview of the region that you are interested in unlocking. With this mode you will see depth contours, buoys, beacons, fish havens, fog signals, lighthouses and many more.
NT COMPACT FULL FEATURES DEMO MODE
With the NT Compact full features demo enabled, accessed under the Select Region/View NT Compact full features demo option on the menu bar, you will see even greater detail than when in Preview mode. This mode allows you to see a more complete view of what will be seen when the region is uploaded to your MAP 410. To disable this mode, click on the Status Window.
SELECTING (OPENING) A REGION
There are two ways to select (open) a region. You can select a region from the map or from a list. These are discussed in the following two sections.
NAVAIDS are NOT part of the marine charts and must be added separately by selecting them from the Select Type POI menu.
SELECTING FROM THE MAP
To select a region from the map, click the right mouse button on the region of the map you are interested in. The following dialog box will appear:
Select the type of region you wish to open, either Marine, Superlake, POI or Roads. By selecting the code of a region, the coverage related will appear with a shaded background. The information related to that region will also appear on the left side of the dialog box.
You can access additional information listing all charts related to that region by clicking on the Info button located at the bottom of the dialog box (Marine & Superlake only).
SELECTING FROM THE LIST
You can also select a region using the MapSend menu by selecting Select Region and then select Add or press the following toolbar button:
You will see the following screen:
Select the desired region and click on the Open key. The selected regions are automatically added to the list in the status window at the bottom of the screen. By clicking the right mouse button on one of the listed regions, a pop-up menu appears indicating the available functions on that region.
The maximum number of regions which can be added is four.
REMOVING A REGION
Use the following procedure to Remove the listed region(s)from the Status Window. 1. 2. 3. Select region listed in the Staus Bar and press F6, or; Click region listed in the Status Window with the right-click on your mouse, select Remove. or; Select Select Region from the MapSend menu, select Remove.
UPLOADING REGIONS TO YOUR MAP 410
After connecting your MAP 410 to your PC, click the Transfer button to activate the upload procedure. This will upload the chosen regions to your receiver. The maximum number of regions which can be added is four.
CONNECTING YOUR MAP 410 TO YOUR PC
To connect your PC to your MAP 410, take the PC Interface Cable (p/n: 00-19068-000), or the PC Interface Cable with Cigarette Lighter Adapter (p/n: 00-19067-000), and connect one end into the COM Port on the back of your PC and the other end into the back of your receiver, pulling back the rubber tab to reveal the connector. Make sure the connections are snug.
After having selected the desired region to upload to your MAP 410 and after having obtained Unlocking Codes, if the region requires one, the Upload procedure can take place. Select Unit/Send selected regions from the menu or click on the following:
If the selected regions have their Unlocking Code, or are Free, the Upload window will appear. For more information on the types of regions available, see the upcoming section Types of Regions.
Make sure your PC and MAP 410 are connected, using the PC Interface Cable, and click on Start. This creates a file which contains all the selected regions. A progress bar shows the state of progress of the operation, the MAP 410s memory is cleared and the Upload process begins. A second progress bar, related to the approximate time remaining for Upload completion, is also shown.
You can interrupt the Upload procedure at any point during the Upload process by clicking on the Cancel button. If your MAP 410s memory is cleared, the World Background is displayed when the unit is turned ON.
If the Upload has been successful, the following message appears at the end of the Uploading procedure:
TYPES OF REGIONS
There are two types of regions contained on your MapSend CD. They are Unlocked Areas (Free), meaning that no Unlocking code is required to Upload them into your MAP 410, or Locked Areas (Not Free), which need an unlock code to open. To obtain an Unlocking Code contact the nearest CMap office listed in the back of this guide.
All Points of Interest (POI) and Road Areas do not require an Unlocking Code.
All Marine and Superlake regions require an Unlocking Code. Contact C-MAP for a valid Unlock Code.
INFORMATION ON REGIONS
The list of all the charts contained in a Marine and/or in a Superlake Area is available by clicking on the Info button shown at right: After the region has been selected, opened and listed in the window at the bottom of the main MapSend window,
the following window will appear:
To change the order of the charts, by name or by scale, select Choice in the dialog box.
CHART OBJECTS INFORMATION
Once a region is selected and opened it is possible to see the information related to the objects present in the cartography. To select this function, keep the CTRL key pressed and click on the object with the right mouse button. The following window will appear:
All the Marine and Superlake regions are categorized as Locked Areas and therefore require an Unlocking Code in order to upload them into your MAP 410.
UNLOCKING CODE REQUEST
To obtain an Unlocking Code youll need to know the serial number of your MAP 410. This number can be retrieved by selecting: Unit/Get MAP 410 ID from the MapSend menu. Your MAP 410 serial number will be shown in the window. Contact the nearest C-MAP office, from the list in this guide, and submit your MapSend CD serial number for your Marine CD first unlock (free), or your credit card information for additional unlocks. Also, you will need to submit the serial number of your MAP 410 and the code number of the region you wish to unlock.
INSERT AN UNLOCKING CODE
The Unlocking Code must be inserted in MapSend in order to upload the selected region into your MAP 410. Open and select the region from the list at the bottom of the main MapSend window, select Select region/Unlocking codes/Add/Remove; the following window will appear:
Insert the Unlocking Code, received from the C-MAP Office, and click on Unlock. If the code has been correctly entered the Lock icon will change to unlocked next to the selected region. The region is now unlocked and can be uploaded to your MAP 410.
UNLOCKING CODES BACKUP
MapSend saves all of the Unlocking Codes on the hard disk, however it is a good idea to save the Unlocking Codes on a floppy disk as backup. Select Select region/Unlocking codesMake backup and save the Unlocking Codes on a floppy disk.
RESTORE UNLOCKING CODES FROM BACKUP
To restore the Unlocking Codes from a backup copy, select Select region/Unlocking codes and then select Restore from backup.
PRINT UNLOCKING CODE LIST
The full list of the obtained Unlocking Codes can be printed by selecting Select region/Unlocking codes/Print all from the menu.Points of Interest (POI) & Roads
POINTS OF INTEREST (POI)
Below is a list of categories of POIs available in the MapSend CD:
POINTS OF INTEREST
Aviation & Aerial Large Airports Small Airports Exit Ramp Services ATMs Auto Repair & Services Gas Stations Highway Exit Ramps Hotels & Lodges Medical Facilities Parks - Exit Ramps Restaurants RV Campgrounds & Services Truck Services Marine Activities Boats & Canoes Dive & Snorkeling Marinas & Harbors NAVAIDS Fixed NavAids Floating NavAids - Buoys Lighthouses
Wrecks & Obstructions Wrecks & Obstructions Campgrounds Campgrounds Outdoor Activities Firearms & Archery Aerial Activities Golf Courses Hunting & Fishing Tourist & Leisure Resorts & Casinos Wineries Museums & Historical Gardens Zoos & Aquariums Sports Arenas Tourist Attractions Sight Seeing Parks & Recreation Recreation & Amusement Parks Parks
With your MapSend Land CD-ROM you have access to an enhanced network of roads as well as more lakes, rivers and streams.
The Session Mode allows for the transfer/upload of regions from more than one CD (e.g. Land and Marine) to your MAP 410. Starting a session brings up the following dialog box:
In the Current Selected Region column all currently opened regions with an unlocking code or Free are shown. In the In Session column all regions already added to the session are listed.
ADDING A REGION TO SESSION
To add a region to Session, select the region from the Current Selected Region and click on Add. The Add All adds all the regions listed in the column to In Session. NAVAIDS are NOT part of the marine charts and must be added separately by selecting the type from the Select Type menu. Once you have added all of the regions from the first CD-ROM, close the MapSend program. Insert the next CD-ROM and restart MapSend. Add addional regions as necessary and click Transfer to add them to your Session.
REMOVING REGIONS FROM SESSION
To remove a region from the session, select a region in the In Session column and click on Remove. The Remove All removes all the regions present in Session.
The View button allows you to have a preview of all the regions in Session. By selecting it, all regions present in Session are shown. In this mode no Add or Chart Info functions are available. To return to the previous Session window click on message at the bottom of the screen.
Following are some questions, and answers, you may have while working with MapSend. I have MapSend installed, but it will not work without the CDROM inserted. Why? To conserve hard disk space, MapSend only installs the files necessary to run the program. All of the data files are on the CDROM, and therefore it is necessary to have the CD present to run MapSend. I have added a region, but I dont see where it is? Be sure that Border Coverage in File/Options is set to either Manual, with All levels selected, (the default setting) or to Auto with at least 5 levels showing. I opened a Marine chart region and tried to upload it onto my MAP 410, but I received a message that I need an unlock code. What does this mean? In the front of this manual is a guide for how to obtain an unlock code. With the purchase of a Marine CD, you will receive one free unlock region. Subsequent unlocks are also received from the same source for an additional fee. I tried to upload region(s) to my MAP 410, but MapSend said that the unit is not connected. What is the problem? Make certain that the connector cable is firmly connected to both the serial port and the MAP 410 unit. Enter the Unit menu and Get MAP 410 ID. If this works, try the upload again. Try changing the COM port in File/Options. Repeat Step 2. Be certain that other programs that utilize the COM port are not active (such as handheld docking programs) as these programs tend to attach themselves to COM ports. If you are still unable to access the MAP 410, contact your hardware vendor to ensure that the COM ports are properly registered and accessible.
CONTACTING C-MAP & MAGELLAN
Contact the following C-MAP offices for NT Compact unlock codes: C-MAP USA Off. Hrs are 08:30 AM to 6:00 PM EST Mon/Fri Phone (800) or (508) Fax (508) E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org C-MAP Italy Off. Hrs are 09:00 to 13:00 / 15:00 to 19:00 Mon/Fri Phone +39 (0585) or Fax +39 (0585) 631282 E-Mail email@example.com C-MAP UK Off. Hrs are 09:00 to 17:00 Mon/Fri Phone +44 (1329) Fax +44 (1329) E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org C-MAP Norway Off. Hrs are 08:00 to 16:00 Mon/Fri Phone +47 (51) Fax +47 (51) E-Mail email@example.com C-MAP Australia Off. Hrs are 09:00 to 17:00 Australia EST Mon/Fri Phone +61 (2 ) Fax +61 (2) E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org C-MAP France Off. Hrs are 08:00 to 12:00 / 13:30 to 18:00 Mon/Fri Phone +33 (298) Fax +33 (298) E-Mail c-map.wanadoo.fr
For any operational problem with your MAP 410 please contact Magellans Technical Service at (800) 707-9971 or (909) or via e-mail at: email@example.com. Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 5 PM Pacific Standard Time. The Customer Service fax number is (909) 394 7070.
960 Overland Court, San Dimas, CA 91773 (909)394-5000
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