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gullrock 10:07pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 
Bought this drive to replace smaller drive in new Toshiba laptop. It is quick, quiet and no problems. I was so impressed. It seems to work pretty well. When I test it under Linux using the smartctl program.
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I got this drive to replace a slow 5400 rpm Seagate drive and is amazed at the screaming performance and its quietness. Somewhat Satisfied After two years, this drive finally went South on me. I wish hard drives were not so short lived. I guess two years is not so bad.
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Product works well so far. Received it before the email came that said it shipped!! I find this unit is compact for my laptop backup. Dell has these WD products at a lower price than WD even on sale.
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F-Series Desktop User Manual F20
en English - Europe/New Zealand

| F-Series Desktop

Contents
Key to icons and text....3 What is F-Series Desktop?....4 How do I install F-Series Desktop onto my computer?...4 How do I subscribe to Safety Camera information?...5 How do I check for special offers?....5 How do I view and select special offers?...5 How do I install Safety Camera information?...5 Purchase a Subscription....5 Activate your Subscription...5 How do I update subscriptions?....6 How do I install Custom Places of Interest?...6 How do I create a Custom Place of Interest file?...7 How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?....8 How do I delete a Custom POI File from my Navman?...8 How do I backup my Navman?....9 How do I backup my Navman?....9 How do I restore a Backup to my Navman?....9 How do I delete a Backup from my Navman?...9 How do I connect my Navman to my computer when F-Series Desktop is already installed?.9 How do I connect my Navman to my computer?...9 How do I disconnect my Navman from my computer?...9 Troubleshooting.....9

Key to icons and text

Formatting The following kinds of formatting in the text identify special information:

Convention

Bold Italics

Type of Information

Navman components or items displayed on screen, including buttons, headings, field names and options. Indicates the name of a screen.
Icons The following icons are used throughout this manual:

Description

Note Important note Tip Warning
Terms The following terms are used throughout this manual to describe user actions:
Press Press and hold Select
Press and quickly release a button on your Navman. Press and continue to hold down a button on your Navman. Use the mouse to click an icon, check box, or command from a menu on your computer.
What is F-Series Desktop?
F-Series Desktop is software for your computer and is used to: purchase and download subscriptions (including safety camera updates) install and manage custom Places of Interest (POI) backup your settings and Favourites System requirements: IBM compatible PC running Microsoft Windows 2000 SP3 or XP SP2, Internet Explorer 6 or higher, CD drive, USB port and Internet connection.
The use of information regarding safety camera locations may be subject to local laws in the country of use. You are responsible for checking that you can use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be used.
How do I install F-Series Desktop onto my computer?
Do NOT connect your Navman to your computer until you have competed steps 1 to 5 below. While installing F-Series Desktop, you might be asked to install a service pack if an update is available. If so, please follow the prompts to complete the update process.
Close all open programs on your computer. Insert the F-Series Desktop Application Installer CD into your computer CD drive. The F-Series Desktop installer will start. If your computer does not automatically launch the CD, start the installation manually: Start > Run. Type D:\Install.exe where D is the letter assigned to your CD drive, then click OK.

3. 4. 5.

Select your preferred language for F-Series Desktop. Click Install F-Series Desktop. Follow the screen prompts to install F-Series Desktop: Review and accept the Licence Agreement for F-Series Desktop when prompted. Select a destination folder for F-Series Desktop when prompted. Connect your Navman to your computer: a) Plug the large end of the USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer (not a USB hub). Plug the small end into the USB Socket ( on the side of your Navman.
Where possible, plug the USB cable into a USB port at the back of your computer.
Press and hold the Power Button ( ) for at least 3 seconds. Your Navman will turn on. a) When the following screen displays on your Navman, click Install in the F-Series Desktop installation window:
If this screen does not display, press and hold

a little longer.

When the installation has finished, click Finish. F-Series Desktop will open.

How do I subscribe to Safety Camera information?
Your Navman contains pre-loaded Safety Camera information.
Safety camera information is not available for all countries. Please see the Navman Store website for latest coverage.
How do I check for special offers?
The first time that you open F-Series Desktop, the special offers will display automatically. This will show you any offers that you are eligible to receive.
How do I view and select special offers?
1. 2. 3. Open F-Series Desktop, if it is not already open: Start > All Programs > Navman > F-Series Desktop From the Subscriptions menu, select Check for Special Offers. Your computer will connect to the Navman server to check for applicable special offers. If special offers are available, complete the following: a) Select a region to view the applicable special offers. The available offers for that region will display. b) c) Select a special offer and click Get Now. Follow the prompts to finish accessing the special offer you have chosen, and then click Finish.
How do I install Safety Camera information?
Complete the following steps to install safety camera information on your Navman. 1. 2. 1. Purchase a Subscription. Activate your Subscription.

Purchase a Subscription

To purchase a subscription to safety camera information, on the Subscriptions menu, select Purchase Subscription. The Navman Store website will open. 2. Follow the prompts to purchase your subscription. A product key will be sent to you via email when you have subscribed. You will need to use this product key to activate your subscription.
Keep a copy of all your product keys. You will need to use them if you want to download subscriptions again, e.g. restoring subscriptions after a factory reset.
Activate your Subscription
1. 2. Open F-Series Desktop, if it is not already open: Start > All Programs > Navman > F-Series Desktop To activate your subscription to safety camera information, from the Subscriptions menu, select Activate Subscription Key. The Activation window will display.

Complete one of the following:

If you.

have been sent a product key for your subscription via email
Enter the product key in the Product Key field. Click Next. Follow the prompts to update your subscription. Select Continue. Your software will update automatically. Click Buy. The Navman Store website will open. Follow the prompts to purchase a product key. Go to step 2.

require a product key

How do I update subscriptions?
1. 2. 3. Open F-Series Desktop, if it is not already open: Start > All Programs > Navman > F-Series Desktop From the Subscriptions menu, select Check for Subscription Updates, then select either Safety Cameras, Check internal memory or Check accessory memory card. Your computer will connect to the Navman server to check for applicable subscription updates. If a subscription update is available, click Continue. Your software will update automatically.
you have any expired subscriptions and want to update them
The Update subscriptions window will display, showing expired subscriptions.
Select Update Now. Select Continue. The Navman Store website will open. Update your subscription.
you have any expired subscriptions and do not want to update them at this time you have expired subscriptions and never want to update them The Update subscriptions window will display, showing expired subscriptions.
Select Update Later. The Update complete message will display. Go to step 4.
Select Never. The Update complete message will display. Go to step 4. 4. Select Finish. F-Series Desktop will display.
How do I install Custom Places of Interest?
You can create custom Places of Interest by using F-Series Desktop in two ways: by creating your own POI files, or by using compatible POI files, such as Hotels, downloaded from the Internet. 1 Various POI files are available for download free or by subscription from third-party websites. Ensure that downloaded files are in.csv (Comma Separated Values) format. A maximum of 25 custom POI files can be saved on your Navman. Each file corresponds to a POI category; for example, Hotels.csv will be listed in your Navman as the Hotels category.

Alerts

Custom POI categories can be set to enable a warning sound or visual warning when in close proximity.
Navman is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information or the reliability or availability of these websites. 6
How do I create a Custom Place of Interest file?
Complete the following steps to create or edit a custom Place of Interest file containing the latitude and longitude of individual Places of Interest. The file will be saved on your computer in.csv (Comma Separated Values) format. When you have finished creating or editing the file, you can copy it to your Navman. For more information, see "How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?" on page 8. 1. Complete one of the following:

If you want to.

create a new Place of Interest file
Click. The Place of Interest File Name window will open. Type a name for the file in the File Name box, then click OK.
The file name will be used as both the name of the CSV file and the Place of Interest name. The file name cannot include spaces. The category name will consist of the first 8 characters.
open an existing Place of Interest file
Click. The Open dialogue box will open. Select the file from your local or network drive, then click Open. The locations contained in the Place of Interest file are listed.
Complete the following to add or edit a Place of Interest: a) On the Edit menu, click New to create a new Place of Interest, or Modify to edit the selected Place of Interest. The Place Details window will open.
Type a description for the Place of Interest in the Description box. Complete one of the following:

If you know.

the degrees, minutes and seconds of the Place of Interest
On the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds tab, type or select the degree, minute and second of the latitude in the Latitude boxes and the longitude in the Longitude boxes. Select N, S, E or W to designate the hemisphere of the co-ordinates. On the Decimal Degrees tab, type the latitude in the Latitude box and the longitude in the Longitude box. Select N, S, E or W to designate the hemisphere of the co-ordinates.
the decimal degrees of the Place of Interest

d) 3. 4.

Click OK to save the Place of Interest.
Repeat step 2 until all Places of Interest have been added to the Place of Interest file.
. Click The Place of Interest file is saved. You are now ready to copy your custom Place of Interest file to your Navman. For more information, see "How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?" on page 8.
How do I copy a Custom POI file to my Navman?
1. 2. Open or create a POI file. (or on the File menu, select Save to Device). Click The POI Options window will open.
You can open the POI Options window at any time by clicking
Modify the POI settings as required:
edit the POI category name
Type the name of the POI category in the POI Name field. The file name cannot include spaces. The category name will consist of the first 8 characters.
activate the POI to enable proximity warnings
Select the Active check box. If you do not activate the POI, you will not be able to configure the Alert settings.

enable a visual warning when a POI of this category is in close proximity enable a warning sound when a POI of this category is in close proximity change the units used to measure distance for this POI category set the distance from a POI of this category at which the visual warning should display or the warning chime should sound select an icon to display on the map screens for POIs of this category
Select the Visual Alert check box. Select the Audio Alert check box. Select either the Metric or Imperial option. Select the distance in the Distance box. Type the path to the icon file to be used to represent the POI type, in the Icon File box, or click Browse to select the icon file from your local or network drive. When you have located the icon file, select it and click Open. The icon file must be a bitmap (.bmp) graphic with a minimum size of 6x6 pixels and a maximum size of 32x32 pixels. If you do not select a custom icon, a default icon will display.
Click OK to save the POI settings. The Copy POIs window will open. Click Copy POI. The POI file is saved to your Navman as a POI category.
How do I delete a Custom POI File from my Navman?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Click (or on the Device menu, select Manage POI Files). The Manage POI Files window will open, displaying a list of custom POI files installed on your Navman. Click the entry you wish to delete. Click Delete. The file is removed from the list, but is not yet deleted. To select another file to delete, go back to step 2; otherwise, continue to step 5. Click OK and accept the changes. The selected file or files are deleted.
How do I backup my Navman?
You can save backups of the following information, and later restore them to your Navman: Favourites and My Home Preferences, including Place of Interest Recent locations.
1. 2. 3. 4. Click (or on the Device menu, select Backup). The Backup/Restore window will open. Click New Backup. The New Backup window will display. Click OK. The New Backup window will close and your backup will be saved to your computer. The backup will be listed on the Backup window. Close the Backup/Restore window.

How do I restore a Backup to my Navman?
1. 2. 3. Click (or on the Device menu, select Restore). The Backup/Restore window will open. Select the backup from the list, then click Restore. The backup will be restored to your Navman. Close the Backup/Restore window.
How do I delete a Backup from my Navman?
1. 2. 3. 4. Click (or on the Device menu, select Backup). The Backup/Restore window will open. Select the backup to delete from the list. Click Delete, then click OK. The backup is deleted. Close the Backup/Restore window.
How do I connect my Navman to my computer when F-Series Desktop is already installed?
How do I connect my Navman to my computer?
1. 2. 3. With your Navman OFF, connect the USB cable to your Navman and to your computer. Press and hold the Power Button ( ) until your Navman turns ON and the USB connection screen displays. Open F-Series Desktop on your computer. Start > All Programs > Navman > F-Series Desktop
How do I disconnect my Navman from my computer?
Close F-Series Desktop. Turn your Navman OFF. Disconnect the USB cable. The steps for disconnecting your Navman do NOT need to follow any specific order.

Troubleshooting

My subscriptions are no longer available after resetting my Navman to factory defaults. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open F-Series Desktop on your computer. Start > All Programs > Navman > F-Series Desktop From the Subscriptions menu, select Activate Subscription Key. Enter the product key that you received when the subscription was first purchased. Follow the prompts to update your subscription. Repeat steps 2 to 4 for each subscription.
Only subscriptions that are active (i.e. not expired) can be downloaded again free of charge.
The USB communication screen does not appear when I plug my Navman into my computer. a) b) If the battery charging screen displays and the battery is charging, press and hold the power button on your Navman for at least 3 seconds until the USB communication screen appears. If the battery charging screen displays and the battery is not charging (X displays over the battery icon), try connecting the large end of the USB cable to a USB port on the back of your computer. On some computers, the front USB port is a hub.

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User Manual

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English - Europe/New Zealand

Support information

For 24/7 help and support with Navman products, visit our Technical Support website at: http://support.navman.com Here you will find a detailed section covering all frequently asked questions (FAQs) with search options and a direct email facility if you cannot find the solution to your question. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, over 90% of our customers immediately find the answers they need at: http://support.navman.com If you would like to speak to one of our Technical Support Team, please call the number(s) below: United Kingdom, Ireland and International: +44 (0) 950 Monday to Friday: 09.00 - 17.30 UK time (10.00 - 18.30 Central European Time). New Zealand: 0800 GO NAVMAN (from NZ only) Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm NZ Standard Time.
2007 Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited. Navman is a registered trademark of Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited and is used under licence by Navman New Zealand. Navman is part of the Brunswick Corporation, headquarters Chicago, IL. All rights reserved. The software contains proprietary information of Navman; it is provided under a licence agreement containing restrictions on use and disclosure and is also protected by copyright law. Reverse engineering of the software is prohibited. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Navman. Back-On-Track, Drive-Away, NavPix, Smart and Turn-by-Turn are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited and are used under licence by Navman New Zealand. All rights reserved. Location Identifiers 2005 International Air Transport Association. All other trademarks and registrations are the property of their respective owners. Published in New Zealand.

Disclaimer

Due to continued product development this information may change without notice. Navman does not warrant that this document is error-free. The screenshots and other presentations shown in this manual may differ from the actual screens and presentations generated by the actual product. All such differences are minor and the actual product will deliver the described functionality as presented in this User Manual in all material respects.

Compliance

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
F-Series | Important safety information
Important safety information
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING PRODUCT IN VEHICLE
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death. WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
Removing original equipment, adding accessories or modifying your vehicle could affect the vehicles safety or make it illegal to operate in some jurisdictions. Follow all product instructions and all instructions in your vehicle owners manual regarding accessories or modifications. Consult your countrys and/or states laws regarding operation of a vehicle with any accessories or modifications.
It is your sole responsibility to place, secure and use the Navman in a manner that will not cause accidents, personal injury or property damage. Always observe safe driving practices. Mount the Navman in a position that is secure and does not obstruct the drivers view. Do not mount the Navman in a way that may interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle, the deployment of air bags or other safety equipment. Do not operate the Navman while driving. Before you use your Navman for the first time, familiarize yourself with your device and its operation. On main roads, the distance to an exit calculated by the Navman may be further than the distance shown on road signs. Road signs show the distance to the start of an exit while your Navman shows the distance to the next intersection, i.e., the end of the exit ramp or road. To prepare to exit a road, always follow distance information on road signs. The use of information regarding safety or speed camera locations may be subject to local laws in the country of use. You are responsible for checking that you can legally use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be used.

Do not handle the Navman while it is hot. Let the product cool, out of direct sunlight.
Do not expose the Navman to direct sunlight in an unattended vehicle for prolonged periods. Overheating may damage the unit.
To discourage theft, do not leave the Navman, mounting bracket or any cables in plain view in an unattended vehicle.
AC Adapter-specific safety information
To charge your Navman from the mains power, use the AC adapter/AC power pack supplied by Navman as an accessory (may be sold separately). Using other AC adapters with your Navman could result in serious injury or property damage. Never use the adapter if the plug or cord are damaged. Do not expose the adapter to moisture or water. Do not use the adapter in a high moisture environment. Exposure to water may cause electrical sparks or fires. Never touch the adapter when your hands or feet are wet. Allow adequate ventilation around the adapter when using it to operate your Navman or charge the Navman internal battery. Do not cover the adapter with paper or other objects that will reduce ventilation. Do not use the adapter while it is inside a carrying case or other container. Ensure that the adapter is connected to a power source with the correct fitting and voltage requirements. The voltage requirements can be found on the AC adapter casing and/or packaging. Do not attempt to service the adapter as this could result in personal injury. Replace the adapter if it is damaged or exposed to excess moisture.
Internal battery-specific safety information
The Navman contains a non-replaceable internal lithium-ion polymer battery. The battery may burst or explode if mishandled, releasing hazardous chemicals. To reduce the risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush or puncture the battery. Recycle or dispose of the battery safely and properly according to local laws and regulations. Do not dispose of the battery in fire or water.
Only use the correct AC adapter (sold separately) or in-vehicle adapter supplied by Navman to charge the Navman internal battery. Only use the Navman internal battery with the Navman unit. Failure to adhere to these warnings and cautions may lead to death, serious injury or property damage. Navman disclaims all liability for installation or use of the Navman that causes or contributes to death, injury or property damage or that violates any law.

F-Series | Contents

Contents
Important safety information....3 Getting started.....6 Welcome....6 Battery.....6 Components.....7 Starting your Navman....8 Main Menu.....9 Free Driving....9 Navigation.....10 Find New Address.....10 Find the Area....10 Find the Address....10 Find the Destination....10 Find Address by Post Code....11 Find Recent Address.....11 Find My Home.....11 Find a Favourite (saved address)....11 Find Places of Interest (POI)....12 Nearest POI.....12 ALL POI....12 Back-On-TrackTM (automatic rerouting)...12 Viewing your Route....12 3D Map screen....13 Next Turn screen....14 Turn-By-TurnTM screen....15 Route Summary screen....16 Information screen.....17 Actions screen....18 GPS Status....19 Preferences.....20 Localize.....20 Navigation.....20 Maps.....21 System.....21 Demos.....22 Traffic.....22 Support....23 Troubleshooting....23 Address Search Rules....23

F-Series | Getting started

Getting started

Welcome
We hope you enjoy your new Navman GPS transferable navigation system. This user manual will help you Drive-Away with your Navman, straight out of the box. Your Navman uses information received from the GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites to calculate your current position. This process is called getting a GPS Fix. Your Navman can then display your current position on maps, providing street-level detail for door-to-door navigation including Places of Interest (POI) such as accommodation, restaurants, petrol stations, railway stations, airports and more.
Note: The types of Points of Interest available on your Navman may vary or be limited, depending on your Navman model and the maps you are navigating.
If your Navman has not been used recently, or if you are turning it on for the first time, it may take an extended time to get a GPS fix.

Battery

For best performance, always plug the in-car power adapter into your Navman to continually trickle charge the battery. From a full charge, the battery life should last approximately 3 hours.

Components

Component
Petrol button. Press to display a list of Petrol stations nearest to your current position. Parking button. Press to display a list of parking areas nearest to your current position. Main Menu button. Press to display the Main Menu screen. Navigation button. Press (repeatedly) to cycle through the 3D Map, Next Turn, Turn-by-Turn, and Route Summary screens. External antenna connection. Connect external antenna here if required. Speaker. Power button. Press to turn the power ON or OFF. Reset button. Press to restart your Navman. Hot shoe plate. Connector for Navman Traffic or Power modules (available as optional accessories). Slot for accessory memory card. Card must be inserted with label facing the front of the Navman. (In some regions with large map data requirements, an accessory map memory card is provided.) Mini USB socket. Use for power adapter (included), or for USB cable to computer (included with optional Connectivity Pack accessory). Volume controls.

Note: The colour of your Navman may differ from the one featured above.

Starting your Navman

Normal start: A warning message will display. After accepting the warning message, the Main Menu screen will display (if no route is planned) or a navigation map will display if a route is planned.
If for any reason your Navman does not start up correctly, press the Reset Button on the bottom of the device.
First-time start: You will be guided through some steps to set up your Navman. This guided start occurs only the very first time you start your Navman, or after a complete reset to factory default settings. Step 1: Press the Power button to turn on your Navman.

Screen: Language

Screen: Maps

Screen: Voice

Step 2: (Language screen) Choose a language Step 3: (Warning screen) Read the warning message
If you tap Decline, your Navman will turn OFF. It will not operate if the warning message is declined. If you accidentally decline the warning message, simply start again from Step 1.
Step 4: (Welcome screen) Read the welcome message a) b) If the Maps screen displays, continue to step 5. If the Voice screen displays, continue to step 6.
Step 5: (Maps screen) Choose maps
In some regions with large map data requirements you might need to limit the number of active maps to ensure optimum performance. Your Navman will alert you to reduce the number of maps selected if the file size is too large.
Step 6: (Voice screen) Female or Male Step 7: (Units screen) Kilometres or Miles Step 8: (Time screen) Choose option to continue to step 9.)
. (Repeat for each option and then tap

choose setting

You can set Format (12 or 24 h), Daylight Saving (ON or OFF) and Time Zone.
Step 9: (Tutorial screen) Tap a) If you choose b) If you choose

(to view tutorial) or

(to skip tutorial)
, a Tutorial will begin. At the end continue to step 10. , continue to step 10. The Main Menu screen will then display.
Step 10: Read the settings message

Main Menu

Press the Main Menu Button
to access the Main Menu screen at any time

Menu description

Tap this button to drive straight to your My Home address. If you have not yet saved a My Home address you can save your current position as My Home (this option requires a GPS fix), or find a new My Home address. Tap this button to find a New Address. You can save the address as a Favourite or drive there straight away. Tap this button to find Places of Interest (POI). POI include airports, car parks, banks, etc. You can select any POI and save it as a Favourite or as My Home , or drive there straight away. Note: The types of Points of Interest available on your Navman may vary or be limited, depending on your Navman model and the maps you are navigating. Tap this button to find Favourites (saved addresses). You can change the name of a Favourite, save it as My Home, or drive there straight away. Tap this button to find a Recent Address that you have navigated to. You can select any Recent Address and save it as a Favourite or drive there straight away. Tap this button to change Preferences or to view Tutorials and Demonstrations.

Free Driving

Screen: Free Driving

Screen: Seeking GPS

After turning on your Navman, press the Navigation button to view the navigation screens. If you have not selected an address to go to, you will see the Free Driving screen. This 3D moving map screen shows your current position. If a GPS fix has not been obtained within 40 seconds from turning on your Navman, an animated icon will be displayed to show that your Navman is seeking GPS signals. All other navigation screens only display when a route is planned. To plan a route, you must find and confirm a destination address.

F-Series | Navigation

Navigation

Find New Address

Find the Area

Screen: Find Address

Screen: Keypad

Screen: Area

Step 1: (Main Menu screen) Tap

New Address.

Note: The search options for finding an address vary for different regions. All regions include the option to find by Area or Street, while some regions also include options to change Country, change State, or find by Post Code.
Step 2: (Find Address screen) Tap the Area button. (If the correct name is Step 3: (Keypad screen) Enter part (or all) of the name of an area already displayed in the text entry box, tap directly on the name to go to step 5.)
Note: The arrow in the upper-right corner of the keypad screen allows you to delete incorrect letters. Text is highlighted GREEN as you enter characters, it changes to RED if the word being entered is misspelled or not in the database.
Step 4: (Area screen) Choose the area

Find the Address

Step 5: (Find Address screen) Tap the Street button. Step 6: (Keypad screen) Enter part (or all) of the name of a street. (If the correct name is already displayed in the text entry box, tap directly on the name to go to step 8.) Step 7: (Street screen) Choose the street.

Find the Destination

Screen: You are going to:

Screen: 3D Map

Step 8: (Find Address screen) Tap the House Number button. Step 9: (Number pad screen) Enter the street number. (If the correct destination is already displayed in the text entry box, tap directly on the destination to go to step 11.) Step 10: (Destination screen) Choose the destination Step 11: (You are going to screen) Tap.
(Save) if you want to save the destination as a Favourite
(Drive) to drive there straight away. A 3D moving map or as My Home before driving there, or tap will display your current position and nearest route details.
Note: From the You are going to screen, tap anywhere on the map to select a destination directly from the map. Tap and drag the map to view different areas, then tap the point on the map where you would like to go.
Find Address by Post Code
Some regions allow you to find addresses by post code. Finding an address by post code is faster than finding by area, as the post code can take you more directly to the final destination, e.g. some post codes can take you directly to the street or house number. All other steps are as for finding by area.

Find Recent Address

Step 1: (Main Menu screen) Tap Recent Address. Step 2: (Recent Address screen) Choose the address Step 3: (You are going to screen) Tap
(Save) if you want to save the address as a Favourite or
(Drive) to drive there straight away. A 3D moving map will display your as My Home, or tap current position and nearest route details.

Find My Home

Step 1: (Main Menu screen) Tap and nearest route details. My Home. A 3D moving map will display your current position
Note: If you have not yet saved a My Home address you can save your current location as My Home (this option requires a GPS fix), or find a new My Home address. Finding a new Home address follows the steps described for finding a New Address.
Find a Favourite (saved address)
Step 1:(Main Menu screen) Tap Favourites. Step 2: (Favourites screen) Choose the Favourite Step 3: (You Are Going To screen) Tap
(Edit) if you want to change the name of the Favourite or
(Drive) to drive there straight away. A 3D moving map will display your save it as My Home, or tap current position and nearest route details.
Find Places of Interest (POI)

Nearest POI

Step 1: (Main Menu screen) Tap Places of Interest. Step 2: (Find Places of Interest (POI) screen) Tap Nearest POI to find POI nearest to your current location. Step 3: (POI Type screen) Choose the POI type Step 4: (POI screen) Choose the POI Step 5: (You are going to screen) Tap. (Save) if you want to save the POI as a Favourite or as.
My Home, or tap (Drive) to drive there straight away. A 3D moving map will display your current position and nearest route details.
Note: Icons for all active POI appear on-screen along your route as you get close to them. You can change active POI at any time from the preferences menu.

ALL POI

Step 1: (Main Menu screen) Tap Places of Interest. Step 2: (Places of Interest (POI) screen) Tap All POI to find POI in any location.
Note: Search options for finding an address vary for different regions. All regions include the option to find by Area, while some regions also include change Country, change State, or find by Postal Code.
Step 3: (Find POI screen) Tap the Area button. (If the correct name is Step 4: (Keypad screen) Enter part (or all) of the name of an area already displayed in the text entry box, tap directly on the name to go to step 6, you do not need to go to the area list.)
Note: The arrow in the upper right corner of the keypad screen allows you to delete incorrect letters. Text is highlighted GREEN as you enter characters, it changes to RED if the word being entered is misspelled or not in the database.
Step 5: (Area screen) Choose the area
Step 6: (Find POI screen) Tap the Find POI button. Step 7: Follow steps 3 to 5 from finding Nearest POI.
Back-On-TrackTM (automatic rerouting)
You will be redirected if you make a wrong turn. The ? symbol will display in the upper left corner of the navigation screen while the route recalculates.

Viewing your Route

Once a route has been calculated, the 3D Map screen will display. You will be directed to your destination by vocal and visual instructions. You can view your route in several ways by pressing to cycle through the map screens.

3D Map screen

to cycle to the 3D Map screen. This screen only displays when a route Press the Navigation button is calculated. It is oriented to the travelling direction with an adjustable horizon. (It is not possible to plan a route directly from this screen.)
3D Map screen description
Next street on your route. Direction of next turn. Tap to hear next instruction. Distance to next turn. Progress bar (toward next turn). Progress bar turns green as you get close to next turn. Navigation icon. Shows your current position. GPS icon. Tap to display GPS status screen (see "GPS Status" on page 19). Street you are currently on. Information icon. Tap to change the information you would like to have displayed here (see "Information screen" on page 17). Zoom+ icon. Tap to display zoom options. Tap again to zoom in. (Disables Auto Zoom.) Zoom- icon. Tap to zoom out. (Disables Auto Zoom.) Auto zoom icon. Tap to enable Auto Zoom. This automatically adjusts the zoom depending on speed and distance from next turn or intersection. Map tilt icons. Tap to tilt the map up or down. Tap anywhere on the map to display the Actions screen (see "Actions screen" on page 18). If the zoom options are displaying, tap on the map once to hide icons, then tap again to display the Actions screen.

Next Turn screen

Press the Navigation button screen to be able to display.
to cycle to the Next Turn screen. A route must be calculated for this
Next Turn screen description
Next street on your route. Direction of next turn. Tap to hear next instruction. Distance to next turn. Progress bar (toward next turn). Progress bar turns green as you get close to next turn. Turn after next turn. Navigation icon. Shows your current position. GPS icon. Tap to display GPS status screen (see "GPS Status" on page 19). Street you are currently on. Information icon. Tap to change the information you would like to have displayed here (see "Information screen" on page 17). Tap anywhere on the map to display the Actions screen (see "Actions screen" on page 18).

Turn-By-TurnTM screen

Press the Navigation to be able to display.
to cycle to the Turn-By-Turn screen. A route must be calculated for this screen
Turn-By-Turn screen description
Next turn on your route. Direction of next turn. Tap to hear next instruction. List of next turns. GPS icon. Tap to display GPS status screen (see "GPS Status" on page 19). Street you are currently on. Information icon. Tap to change the information you would like to have displayed here (see "Information screen" on page 17). Scroll bar. Use to scroll the list of next turns. Tap anywhere on the screen to display the Actions screen (see "Actions screen" on page 18).

Route Summary screen

to cycle to the Route Summary screen. A route must be calculated for Press the Navigation button this screen to be able to display.
Route Summary screen description
Destination address. Navigation icon. Shows your current position. GPS icon. Tap to display GPS status screen (see "GPS Status" on page 19). Progress toward destination. Information icon. Tap to change the information you would like to have displayed here (see "Information screen" on page 17). Tap anywhere on the map to display the Actions screen (see "Actions screen" on page 18).

Information screen

Tap the information icon at the bottom-right corner of any navigation screen to display the Information screen.
Route Information screen description
Tap this button to display the remaining distance to go. Tap this button to display the estimated time of arrival. Tap this button to display the current time. Tap this button to display the current speed. Tap this button to display the current heading Tap this button to display the current battery status. Back arrow. Tap to return to the navigation screen.

Actions screen

Tap anywhere on a navigation screen to display the Actions screen.
Actions screen description
Tap this button to pause route. If you pause your route, the Free-Driving screen will display with a 'Continue' icon in the top-left corner of the screen. Tap the Continue icon to resume route navigation. Tap this button to cancel route. If you cancel your route, the Free-Driving screen will display. The other navigation screens are not available when there is no route planned. Tap this button to mute or un-mute sound. Tap this button to save current position and add to Favourite. Tap this button to adjust screen brightness. Tap this button to change display mode (Day/Night). Day and Night modes offer different map colours for safer driving. Back arrow. Tap to return to the navigation screen.

GPS Status

From any navigation screen, tap the GPS icon to display the GPS Status screen. This screen provides a visual representation of the GPS information being received.

GPS Status screen description
Latitude and Longitude. North pointing compass. Signal status (see visual key below). Number of satellites in communication. Back arrow. Tap to return to the navigation screen. Current time. Information icon. Tap to change the information you would like to have displayed here (see "Information screen" on page 17).
Visual Key Grey bars: No signal at all. Yellow bars: Valid signal, but not enough information to fix your position. Green bars: Valid signal providing a position fix (when all bars are green, a strong signal is being

received).

Note: Your Navman will get a GPS fix more quickly if your vehicle is stationary than if it is moving.

F-Series | Preferences

Preferences

Localize

Language Preferences Time Preferences Preferences Preferences Preferences Preferences Localize Localize Localize Localize Localize Time Time Time Units Voice Format 12 h or 24 h. Localize Language choose language.

Daylight saving Zone

OFF or ON

choose nearest city.

Units for speed and distance Kilometres or Miles Female or Male Voice for announcements
Driving Mode Preferences Road Types Preferences Preferences Preferences Safety Alerts Preferences Navigation Safety Alerts Audio or Visual (or both).
You can also set the speed at which alerts show or sound.

Driving Mode

Fastest or Shortest
Fastest time will favour the use of Motorways and main roads. Shortest distance will use all grades of roads.
Navigation Navigation Navigation
Road Types Road Types Road Types

Toll Roads

Use, Avoid, or Warn Use, Avoid, or Warn.

Unsealed Roads Ferries

Use, Avoid, or Warn
These settings determine what action your Navman will take for different road types on your route.
Custom POI Alerts Preferences Navigation Custom POI Alerts Custom POI Enable, Audio, Visual.
You can also set the distance at which alerts show or sound.
Manage maps Preferences Maps Manage Maps (if required, choose country) choose maps.
In some regions with very large map data requirements you may need to limit the number of maps in active use. Limiting the number of active maps ensures optimum performance. Your Navman will alert you to reduce the number of maps selected if the file size is too large.
Enable Places of Interest Preferences Maps Enable POI choose POI to display.
Enabled POI are displayed on navigation map screens as you get close to the POI along your route.

Display Mode (Day/Night) Preferences Maps Display Mode Day, Night, or Auto.
Day and Night modes offer different map colours for safer driving. If you set the Day/Night mode to Auto, your Navman will automatically swap between Day and Night mode depending on the time of day at your current location.

System

Adjust Screen Brightness Preferences GPS Mode Preferences Reset Options Preferences Preferences Preferences Preferences Preferences About Preferences System About read information.
About provides information about your Navman and our copyright notice.

System System

Brightness GPS Mode

adjust brightness

Normal GPS, WAAS or EGNOS
WAAS and EGNOS are special augmented satellite tracking systems that can offer better tracking.
System System System System System
Reset Reset Reset Reset Reset
Delete Preferences Delete Favourites.
Delete Recent Addresses Factory Reset GPS Reset.
Restores ALL settings to factory defaults.
Tutorial Preferences Tutorial and Demos Tutorial. The Tutorial steps you through some basic information about operating your Navman. Route Demonstration Preferences Tutorial/Demos Route Demo Demonstration, Repeat. The Route Demonstration allows you to preview a route, or to plan and view a route without a GPS fix (e.g. when you are in a building). Selecting Repeat will place the demonstration you have chosen on a continuous loop. Start Location If your Navman is receiving a GPS signal, it will calculate your trip from your current location. Otherwise, it will calculate your trip using your My Home address as the starting point.
Note: If you have not yet saved a My Home address you can save your current location as My Home (this option requires a GPS fix), or find a new My Home address. Finding a new Home address follows the steps described for finding a New Address (see page 10).
Select the destination in one of the following ways: a) (Main Menu screen) Tap the My Home button. b) (Main Menu screen) Tap Favourites choose the address choose the address.
c) (Main Menu screen) Tap Recent Address d) (Main Menu screen) Tap New Address To disable the Route Demonstration: Preferences Tutorial/Demos Route Demo SmartST Demo Preferences The Smart Tutorial and Demos Smart
(see page 10 for instructions on finding a new address). Demonstration Demo.
demo will run automatically to show you the features of this software.
To disable the demonstration, tap anywhere on the screen

Traffic

Using a Navman Traffic module (available as an optional extra), your Navman can plug straight in and receive Traffic event messages. You can choose what action your Navman will take in response to different types of Traffic event messages, e.g. re-route to avoid trouble spots, warn about the event, or ignore the event message.

F-Series | Support

Support

Troubleshooting

When I turn on my Navman using battery, the screen does not activate. Possible cause: There might be insufficient battery charge. Solution: Connect your Navman to a power source and then turn it on. The screen is hard to read. Possible cause: The brightness setting might be too low. Solution: Increase the brightness setting (see "Actions screen" on page 18). I cant find the street I am looking for. Possible cause: A wrong abbreviation might have been used. Solution: Follow the Address search rules below when entering addresses. Only enter the first few characters of the street name, and then use the Street screen to find the street. The GPS is not working. Possible cause: The GPS antenna might not have a clear view of the sky (e.g. you might be surrounded by tall buildings). Solution: Ensure the GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky. Possible cause: Some heated or heat reflecting windscreens can block GPS signals. Solution: If your windscreen is blocking GPS signals, you will need to purchase an external antenna. Possible cause: You might have travelled a significant distance since last using your Navman. Solution: Press the Reset button on the bottom of your Navman. Possible cause: Unknown. Solution: Press the Reset button on the bottom of your Navman.
Note: Heavy weather conditions, e.g. snowing, can also block GPS signals. See your GPS FAQ guide for more information about GPS.

Address Search Rules

Street Names with Dates (Europe) If a street name contains a date or a number, search by the first number, e.g. if searching for Avenue du 14 Avril 1914, search by 14. If a highway or motorway designation contains a number, search by the first character, e.g. if searching for A-6, search by A, or if searching for Strada Provinciale 168, search by 168. Streets Named After People (excluding Italy) If a street name is a person's name (including at least a first and last name), search by the first name, e.g. if searching for Rue Albert Mathieu, search by Albert. Streets Named After People (Italy) If a street name is a person's name (including at least a first and last name), search by the last name, e.g. if searching for Via Placido Giovanella, search by Giovanella. Post codes In some countries, you can search for your destination by Post Code or Zip Code. If you are in the United Kingdom, and you know the Post Code of your destination, you can search for it from the Find Address screen by tapping Post Code, then entering a Post Code of up to eight characters. Post codes in the Netherlands When searching by post code in the Netherlands, type the post code without the last two letters, e.g. if searching for 3514 BN, search by 3514.

 

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