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GRAY WHITE BLACK RED
To Hand brake switch
Steps: 1. Connect the gray wire to the hand brake system. 2. Check your hand brake switch and make sure it is connected to car body chassis and properly grounded.
DRIVING WITH VIDEO DISPLAY By following the installation below, video will always be shown on LCD screen no matter the car is in motion or not.
FRONT SIDE Steps: Connect the GRAY wire to the WHITE wire.
INSTALLING REAR CAMERA FOR PARKING/REVERSE MOTION You can install an separate camera at the car rear end so when doing parking or reverse motion, the unit will automatically switch the video to the rear camera to guide the driver.
To rear camera video out
To reverse gear control switch Steps: 1. Connect the Rear Camera IN plug to the rear cameras video out plug. 2. Connect the RED wire to REVERSE gear control switch. 3. Check your gear control switch and make sure it is connected to +12V.
CONNECTOR A 4. MEMORY +12V 5. AUTO ANTENNA OUTPUT 7. +12V (TO IGNITION KEY) 8. GROUND NOTE: (connector A no. 7) must be connected by car ignition key in order to avoid that car battery becomes weak when the car will be not used for long period. CONNECTOR B 1. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (+) 2. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (-) 3. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (+) 4. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (-)
5. 6. 7. 8.
FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (+) FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (-) REAR LEFT SPEAKER (+) REAR LEFT SPEAKER (-)
FUSE REPLACEMENT If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after the replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In this case, consult your nearest repairing center. Warning Use the specied amperage fuse for each lead. Use of a higher amperage fuse may cause serious damage.
Locations of Parts (Main unit)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.
POWER ON/OFF ( ) / MUTE SELECT FUNCTION BUTTON PRESET STATIONS (1,2,3,4,5,6) AF FUNCTION BUTTON (ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES) TA FUNCTION BUTTON (TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT) PTY FUNCTION (PROGRAM TYPE) LOUDNESS BUTTON (LD) MODE BUTTON (MD) BAND BUTTON (BD) CD TRACK / SEARCH BUTTON AUTO SEEK TUNING MUTE BUTTON (MU) PANEL RELEASE BUTTON ( ) TFT-LCD DISPLAY CD EJECT BUTTON (0) TILT BUTTON MENU BUTTON FAST FORWARD / FAST REVERSE STOP BUTTON PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON RESET BUTTON CD SLOT SD/MMC CARD SLOT SD/MMC CARD SLOT SOFTWARE UPDATE USE ONLY)
Locations of Parts (Remote Control)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. POWER ON/OFF MODE PLAY/PAUSE TITLE SELECT SEEK+/SEEKVOL +/VOLKEYPAD EJECT AUDIO ENTER NAVIGATION AUTO SEEK / PRESET SCAN / REPEAT RANDOM / BAND / LOUD DUAL PROGRAM TILT SUBTITLE SETUP ANGLE SLOW MOTION ZOOM / A-B REPEAT PLAYBACK CONTROL / STOP ON SCREEN DISPLAY / GOTO MUTE MAIN MENU
Reset Reset button is placed on the housing. The reset button is to be activated for the following reason: Initial installation of the unit when all wiring is completed. Functions do not operate properly. Error symbol on the display. Note: Throughout the manual, the word PRESS can also be interpreted as TAP if the operation is to be done on LCD screen.
Feature Start GPS Navigation Start DVD Player Start Radio Start external device connected through AUX-IN Enter Utility (Calendar, Calculator) Enter Settings Fig. 2.1 MAIN MENU
Press MENU to show the main menu which displays all features supported by the unit. This is the root of the screen hierarchy and you can simply access all features by tapping on the touch screen buttons. Buttons
LISTENING TO RADIO
Turn off radio, return to main menu Equalizer mode
Location: MAIN MENU > RADIO Seek/Manual tuning Press RADIO on main menu. Switch to navigation Tuned station Note: You can perform the operations through touching the system frequency screen, using remote control or pressing buttons on head unit. Band (BD) Press BD on head unit repeatedly switches between each available band. In GPS mode, press BD button to exit and return to TUNER mode. Seek / Manual tuning SEEK tuning will nd the next available station. 1 Press << or >> on screen to decrease or increase the current frequency. Note: You can also just simply press SEEK UP or SEEK DN button on head unit. MAUAL tuning will nd the available stations by smaller frequency steps. It can be used to ne tune seek stations. 1 Press and hold << or >> on screen to decrease or increase the current frequency.
Turn navigation voice On/Off bands
Storing and Recalling Stations 1 Press BD to select a desired band. 2 Seek a desired station. When you nd a frequency that you want to store in memory, press and hold any station NUMBER (hold until the preset number shows and lit in the display). 3 The selected radio station frequency has been stored in memory. To recall the station, simply press the station number again. Note: Each band can save up to 6 stations.
USING THE RDS FUNCTION
What is RDS? The RDS (Radio Data System) is a digital information system developed by the EBU (European Broadcast Union) which is embedded in the normal FM broadcasts. RDS offers a variety of information services and automatic retuning functions for RDS-compatible car stereos. In 1988, RDS became available in the United Kingdom, France, West Germany, Ireland and Sweden and will be available in most Europe country in the near future. AF Function (Alternate Frequencies) This allows a receiver to retune to a different frequency providing the same station when the rst signal becomes too weak (e.g. when moving out of range). In radio mode, press AF to turn function ON/OFF.
VCD You can set which tracks to play according to your desired sequence using the PROG function. 1. Press PROG button on the remote control. 2. Enter the track number besides the memory location. Up to 20 locations can be stored. 3. When all tracks have been programmed, select PLAY and press ENTER. Program playback will start. 4. To clear all program entries, press PROG and select CLEAR ALL. 5. To stop program playback, press STOP button twice. DVD 1. Press PROG button on the remote control. 2. Enter the title number rst follow by the chapter number besides the memory location. Up to 20 locations can be stored. 3. When all tracks have been programmed, select PLAY and press ENTER. Program playback will start. 4. To clear all program entries, press PROG and select CLEAR ALL. 5. To stop program playback, press STOP button twice.
1. 2. 3. 4.
Playing SD/MMC Memory Card Files
Power off head unit. Press button to open the front panel. Insert the SD/MMC card into the card slot. Attach front panel back to the head unit. Turn on unit. Playback starts automatically.
Location: MAIN MENU > AV-IN You can connect any external AV device to the AV-IN port at the back of receiver and watch video or listen to audio from the receiver. 1. Connect external video/audio out to receivers AUX-IN video/audio. 2. Press AV-IN in main menu.
Location: MAIN MENU > UTILITY
Fig. 8.1 Utility Menu CALENDAR CALCULATOR Location: MAIN MENU > UTILITY > CALENDAR This receiver includes calculator function for performing calculations. Turn off Calendar. Location: MAIN MENU > UTILITY > CALCULATOR Press to select YEAR Go back to previous menu
Fig. 8.2 Calculator
Press to select MONTH
Fig. 8.3 Calendar
Location: MAIN MENU > SETTING CONTROL Setting Control allows you to setup Sound Control, Display Control, Date and Time, RDS and Radio Control, show System Information, and Screen Calibration. Sound Control Location: MAIN MENU > SETTING CONTROL > Sound Control Sound Control allows user to set the following: Equalizer: (Flat, Classic, Pop, Rock), Navi Voice, TA Volume, Base, Treble, Balance, Fader, Beep, Loud, Subwoofer Types of Beep: OFF: no beep sound. 2ND: beep sound can be heard only when turning unit off. ALL: beep sound can be heard while pressing any keys. Fig. 9.1 Settings Main Menu
Display Control Location: MAIN MENU > SETTING CONTROL > Display Control Display Control allows user to set display settings such as brightness, DUAL function. BACKLIGHT BACKLIGHT allows the user to set the screens backlight brightness. Press
to set the desired brightness level.
DUAL SETTINGS DUAL is a feature that lets user control the volume of the DVD and other mode separately. For example, driver can listen to radio while the passenger at the back can watch DVD. 1. Navigate to SETTING CONTROL > Display Control. Select page II and turn ON dual setting. 2. Under KEY eld, you can choose between: CURRENT controls the volume of the main head unit. DVD control the volume of the DVD player. 3. Press < or > to set the desired hearing level. Date and Time Date and Time allows user to set the date and time. Location: MAIN MENU > SETTING CONTROL > Date and Time RDS and Radio Control RDS and Radio Control allows user to set RDS related settings such as TA, PI, REG, Stereo/Mono, Retune, Mask, EONTA, DX. Location: MAIN MENU > SETTING CONTROL > RDS and Radio Function TA Settings SEEK ALARM PI MUTE SOUND REG ON OFF STEREO RETUNE STEREO / MONO LONG SHORT MASK DPI ALL EONTA LOCAL DX DX LOCAL DX RADIO AREA EUROPE, USA, ASIA, LATIN AMERICA Description The unit retunes to a different station, which contains TA information. The unit does not retune but emits an alarm. Radio will mute when a new station is received. Radio will switch to the new PI station for few seconds before switch back to current station. If the signal from one local radio station becomes weak, the RDS radio can switch to another local station in the same region. Tuned to the same station regardless of the signal strength. Switch between Stereo and Mono sound for FM radio reception. When reception of an FM station is weak, listening can be improved by switching to mono sound. Select 90 seconds as initial time of automatic TA search. Select 30 seconds as initial time of automatic TA search. Mask only the AF which has different PI. Mask the AF which has different PI and NO RDS signal with eld strength. When the signal strength level of an EON linked station is below a certain threshold level, the radio does not switch to that station. The radio tries to receive information from any of the EON linked station. Tuning will stop only at strong stations. Tuning will stop at any transmission. Select your specic area.
2.3 GPS data quality indicator In the top left corner there is a satellite dish to show the quality of the GPS position. Different colours represent different signal quality: black with a red cross means there is no connection with the GPS device. This should never be the case if your device has a built-in GPS. red means the GPS is connected but no GPS position is available. yellow means 2D reception. A GPS position has been acquired, it is ready for navigation, but the GPS is using enough satellites for calculating the horizontal position only. Elevation data is not provided, and the position error may be signicant. green means 3D reception. The GPS receiver has enough satellites to calculate altitude. Position is generally correct (yet it can still be inaccurate due to different environmental factors). It is ready for navigation.
3. DISCOVERING THE PROGRAMS
The most important and most frequently used screens are the two screens with the map (Map screen and Cockpit screen). They are similar in look and in possible controls but are optimized for different uses. The map they display is common. Maps look similar to paper roadmaps (when using daytime colors and 2D map mode). However, it provides much more than regular paper maps can. The look and the contents can be changed. 3.1 2D and 3D Map Views Besides the classical top down view of the map (called 2D mode), you have the possibility to tilt the map to have a perspective view (3D mode) that gives a view similar to that seen through the windscreen with the possibility to see far ahead. It is easy to change between 2D and 3D modes. You have two options. You can use the Tilt up and down buttons to tilt the map seamlessly between 2D and all 3D angles, or you can use the switch in the Quick menu to quickly switch between the two modes. Note: You may nd that 2D mode is more useful in North-up Map mode when looking for a certain part of the map or an object to select as destination. On the other hand, 3D mode in Track-up Cockpit mode with Smart Zoom makes navigation very comfortable. The description of these modes will come later in this manual. Using the Advanced settings, you can force Cockpit mode to always start in 3D Track-up view. You can still rotate and tilt the maps in either mode, but the next time you enter this screen, the preset look will reappear. Similarly you can force Map mode to always start in 2D North-up view. 3.2 Zoom levels The unit uses high quality vector maps that let you see the map at various zoom levels, always with optimized content (the density of the map details can be independently set for Map and Cockpit screens in Map settings). Street names and other text objects are always displayed with the same font size, never upside down, and you only see as many streets and objects as needed to nd your way around the map. Zoom in and out to see how the map changes in either the 2D or 3D view. Changing the scale of the map is very easy. You can change the scale of the map by using the zoom icons on both Map and Cockpit screens.
Note: When your GPS position is available, and Lock-to-Position is active, the cursor is the current GPS position, the blue arrow. When you select another point by tapping the map, or using the Find menu, the new Cursor is shown on the display with the red dot and the radiating red circles. 3.8 Marked map points (Pin) The Cursor can be marked with a Pin. Pins are shown as being stuck in the map. A Pin is visible at all zoom levels and remains in its position until you unpin it, or delete all Pins in Advanced settings.
The colour of the Pin is automatically selected. Different colours help you identify a Pin in the History list later. There they are shown together with their address and GPS Coordinates. Tip: There is a quick way to save the current GPS position as a Pin. Press the Record button (hardware button with an audio cassette icon on it) to save the Pin instantly. Tip: A quick way to tell the coordinates of a location you found on the map is to Pin it, and then look for the coordinates in the History list. This way you also save the coordinates with the Pin for later reference. If you do not need the coordinates later, just select the point and start Find Coordinates. 3.9 Visible POIs (Points of Interest) The unit comes with thousands of built-in POIs, and you can create your own POI database as well. Having all of them displayed on the map would make the map too crowded. To avoid this, it lets you select which POIs to show and which ones to hide using their categories and subcategories. POIs are represented by icons on the map. For a built-in POI it is the icon of the subcategory of the actual POI. For points you create, it is the icon you had chosen when you created the POI (it can be changed later). These icons are large enough to recognize the symbol, and semi-transparent so as not to cover the streets and junctions behind them. When the map is zoomed out, the icons are not shown. As you zoom in, small dots appear at the locations of visible POIs. Zooming in further makes the full icons appear.
If two points are too close to each other so that icons overlap, a multi-POI icon is shown instead of individual ones. Zoom in more to see them separately. (Should the two POIs have the same icon, this icon will be displayed instead of the multi-POI icon.) Note: When navigating, POI icons can be disabled together with street names. If you still need this information during your journey, just drag the map to disable Lock-to-Position. This will restore street names and POI icons immediately. Now tap Lock to reactivate Lock-to-Position. Tip: Tap the map on or near a POI item to see the list of the names of the nearest POIs in a popup list, if it is enabled. To see the details of a particular POI in the list, tap the blue i icon on the right. If you have too may POIs nearby, this list may not be complete. In the Cursor menu there is a button called POI that leads you to the screen of all nearby POI items. There you can open them one by one to see their details, and select any of them as a route point. 3.10 Elements of the Active Route The unit uses a multi-destination routing system in which you have a start point (your current location if GPS position is available), a destination, the line of the active leg of the route, and optionally via points and inactive legs. They are all shown on the map. 3.10.1 The start point, via points and the destination These points are represented by ags. 3.10.2 Animated turn guidance Animated arrows represent all route events other than the abovementioned special points. These arrows show the direction in which you need to continue your journey. 3.10.3 The active leg of the route The active leg is the section of the route you are currently driving. If you have not added any Via points, the whole route will be the active leg. When Via points are present, the active leg is the part leading from your location to the next via point. The active section is displayed in light greenred. It is always the most conspicuous part of the map even when in the background of a 3D map view. The line of the route is displayed on the driving side of the road for two-way and on the axis in case of one-way streets. When the map is zoomed in and the line is wide enough, small arrows show the direction of the route. This can be useful if you preview the route before starting the journey or when entering a complex junction. 3.10.4 Inactive legs of the route Future sections of a route are inactive. They are also shown on the map with the same colour but a darker tint than the active one. An inactive route section becomes active as soon as you reach its starting Via point.
3.10.5 Roads in the route excluded by your preferences Although you can choose whether to include or avoid some road types in Route parameter settings, sometimes they are impossible to avoid near the starting point, via points or the destination. If so, unit will display those segments of the route with an alternate colour.
SCREENS WITH MAP
Map Screen Contents
Cockpit Screen Contents
4.1 Turn Preview(1) On the Cockpit screen this eld shows a graphic illustration of the next maneuver. For example when you approach a turn, an arrow will show whether it is a slight, normal or sharp turn. When showing a roundabout, the number of the exit is also given in the picture. 4.2 Zoom In and Out (2&3) These semi-transparent buttons are only displayed if Zoom & Tilt is enabled in the Quick menu. Zoom will change the scale of the map. Zoom out shows a larger part of the map, while Zoom in shows a smaller part of the map in more detail. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary zooming for you when navigating zooms out if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and zooms in when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming maneuver). If you manually change the zoom level, Smart Zoom will no longer scale the map by itself (automatic tilting and rotating remains active). You need to press Enter, or tap the Lock button to return the zoom control to Smart Zoom. You can also set the unit to do this automatically after a few seconds. 4.3 Tilt Up and Down (4&5) These semi-transparent buttons are only displayed if Zoom & Tilt is enabled in the Quick menu. This function modies the vertical viewing angle of the map in 3D mode. You can change the angle in a wide range starting from a top down view (2D view is seamlessly integrated) all the way to a at view that lets you see far ahead. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary tilting for you when navigating (gives a at view if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and raises the angle when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming maneuver). If you manually change the view angle, Smart Zoom will no longer tilt the map by itself (automatic zooming and rotating remains active). You need to tap the Lock button to return the tilt control to Smart Zoom. You can also set the unit to do this automatically after a few seconds. 4.4 Lock to GPS Heading and Position (6) This semi-transparent icon is displayed if GPS position is available, and the map has been moved. It also appears when you scale or tilt the map while Smart Zoom is enabled. Normally, the unit positions the map to keep the GPS position visible somewhere on the map (when North-up orientation is selected), or always at the bottom centre of the map (when Track-up orientation is selected). If you manually move the map, it will freeze the map in the new position. To return to the GPS position, use this Lock button. Rotating the map in any direction will only freeze the orientation of the map, but it keeps on moving to keep the GPS position visible. Use Lock to return to North-up or Track-up orientation (the one previously selected). When Smart Zoom is enabled, scaling or tilting the map also stops the automatic zooming or automatic tilting respectively. To reactivate Smart Zoom, tap this button. Tip: In Advanced settings you can set a delay time after which the unit pushes the Lock button for you automatically. This can be turned on for re-enabling both Lock-to-Position and Smart Zoom. 4.5 Cursor (7) If you tap the map somewhere or select one specic item in Find, it will become the selected point on the map, marked with a small red dot and radiating red circles to make it conspicuous. You can use this point as starting point, via point or destination for your route, you can search for a POI near it, mark it with a pin, or save it as a POI.
4.6 Map Scale (8) The scale indicator is only available on the Map screen. In 2D map view it represents the scale of the map. In 3D view it is the scale of the nearest part of the map only. You can use it in both 2D and 3D modes to scale the map. Drag and pull it right to zoom in, or left to zoom out. 4.7 Menu (9) This button opens the Menu with the Find engine, the Quick menu, the Route menu and the exit button that takes you to the Main menu screen. 4.8 Map Orientation and Overview (10)
You can view the map screens in three different presentation modes. This switch will cycle through them in the following order. The usual map orientation for navigation is Track-up. It means the unit rotates the map during navigation to always face the direction of your travel. In this mode an arrow (compass) points towards North. Tap this icon to switch to North-up mode. Now the map is xed to keep facing North. The icon changes to show the new rotation mode. Tap the icon again to enter Overview mode. This mode looks similar to the North-up mode with one difference: the zoom level in this mode has a xed default to give you a better look of where you are on the map. You can change the zoom level at any time, this will not cause the Lock button to appear, but when entering Overview mode later, the default zoom level will be restored. The arrow representing your position will be xed in the middle of the screen. When you move the map in Overview mode, the Lock button will appear, and when pushed, it will move the map to have your current position in the middle of the map again. You cannot rotate the map in Overview mode. This mode is strictly north-up. You can set up the unit so that it will switch to Overview mode during navigation when the next turn is far away. You can specify this distance and the xed zoom level of Overview in Advanced settings. An aeroplane icon indicates Overview mode. Tap the icon again to return to Track-up (automatic rotation) mode.
4.9 GPS Position Quality (11) Similarly to the icon found on the GPS Data screen, the map screens also informs you about the GPS signal:
The content of the Cursor menu depends on the screen (Map or Cockpit) and it is slightly different if there is an active route already planned. You have the following options: Start: use the Cursor as the departure point for your route. This menu point is available only in Map mode and when there is no active route. In Cockpit mode the departure point of the route is always the GPS position or if it is not available, the last known GPS position. Route To: use the Cursor as the destination of your route. This button is to start a new route. The previous route (if it exists) will be deleted and replaced. If a multipoint route is active, the unit will ask you whether you really want to delete it together with all its via points. Add Via: by inserting the selected map point as a via, you instruct the unit to cross this location before the destination of the route. This is the way to build a multipoint route in reverse order (when you wish to insert a stopover go to A but rst get some fuel at B or want to inuence the direction of the route). This menu point works only if a route is already active. Remove Via: removes the via point near or at the Cursor. The route will be recalculated immediately excluding the deleted point. This menu point replaces Add Via and is available only if the Cursor is near or at a via point. Continue: add a new destination to be reached after the previous destination. The new destination replaces the old one, which is now demoted to a via point. This is the way to build your multi-point route in straight order (when you wish to visit several destinations go to A then to B). This menu point is available only if a route is already active. Pin: push a coloured pin in the map at the selected point for later use. This pin is visible at all zoom levels and also appears in the History list together with its exact position. The colour of the pin is automatically selected. Unpin: remove the pin near or at the Cursor. This menu point replaces Pin and is available only if the selected point is near or at a pin. Add POI: opens the new POI capture window to let you add the selected map point to the list of your user points. This menu point is only available on the Map screen and if there are no POIs near the cursor (i.e. only the address is shown in the Popup Info window). POI: opens the list of POIs near the selected point. These are the POIs shown in the Popup Info window. If you want to add a new POI at the cursor, you can do so by tapping New in the bottom left corner. This menu point replaces Add POI and it is only available in the Map screen and if there is at least one POI item near the Cursor. 4.13 Current Street (15) This eld of the Cockpit screen shows the name or number (as available) of the current street or road you are driving on.
5.1.2 Distance Left This value can also be displayed in one of the Route data elds on the Cockpit screen as Distance to destination. This is the distance you need to travel on the route before reaching your nal destination. If via points exist, tap and tap again any of the elds to see the distance to reach the rst, second, etc. via point. 5.1.3 Method This eld shows how the route was calculated. It either displays the Route or the Vehicle eld from the Route parameter settings. If you have chosen Car, Taxi, Bus or Lorry, the type of the route (Fastest, Shortest or Economical) will be displayed here; if you have selected Emergency, Bicycle or Pedestrian, this information will be displayed here. 5.1.4 Time Left This is an estimated value that can also be displayed in one of the Route data elds on the Cockpit screen as Time to destination. It shows the time needed to reach the nal destination of the route based on information available for the remaining segments of the route. The calculation cannot take into account trafc jams and other possible delays. If via points exist, tap and tap again any of the elds to see the time needed to reach the rst, second, etc. via point. 5.1.5 Estimated Arrival This is an estimated value that can also be displayed in one of the Route data elds on the Cockpit screen as ETA to destination. It shows the estimated arrival time at the nal destination of the route based on information available for the remaining segments of the route. The calculation cannot take into account trafc jams and other possible delays. If via points exist, tap and tap again any of the elds to see the estimated arrival at the rst, second, etc. via point. 5.1.6 Destination / Via point This eld shows the exact address (or its coordinates if the address is not available) of the nal destination. If via points exist, tap and tap again any of the elds to see the address or coordinates of the rst, second, etc. via point. 5.1.7 Warning icons The following 5 squares are normally grey. Some of them turn red and show a graphical symbol in case warning(s) are attached to the planned route. These are warnings, so icons always show information for the whole route, even if the data elds display values from your current position to a via point only. Click on any of the icons to show its description. A few samples of the available icons: This icon shows that you need to pay toll on the recommended route. This icon shows that the route contains motorways. Tap the icon to see the total length of the motorways in the recommended route. This icon shows that toll roads are included in the recommended route. This icon shows that you need to board a ferry along the recommended route. This icon shows that you need to pay for the ferry. This icon is displayed when the unit could not plan a route with all your road type preferences respected. Sometimes it is impossible to nd a suitable route near the start or the destination. This icon warns you that the unit had to recommend a route that does not match all your preferences given at the Route Parameters settings. The recommended route contains areas only accessible to pedestrians. The recommended route contains unpaved roads. The recommended route contains roads that require a permit or permission to enter. Information any other piece of relevant but not categorized information. Tap the icon to see the content. Next page displayed when more than 5 warnings apply for the recommended route.
5.2 Fit to screen Tap this button to display an overview of the whole recommended route. You will jump to the Map screen with a 2D North-up view so that you can check where the route takes you.
The Menu button can be found in the bottom left corner of the map screens. Tapping this button brings up a menu that allows you to access some of the most frequently used functions. 6.1 Find tab The rst page of the Menu is Find. It lets you select a destination without rst having to locate it on the map. 6.2 Quick tab This provides quick access to some congurable options. 6.2.1 3D Map (switch) When the green light is on, the map shows a perspective view. You can use hardware buttons 1 and 2 to change the angle of the view. When the green light is off, the map is displayed in a conventional top-down view. This 2D view is also the end of the tilt range, so it can also be accessed by tilting the map up. Conversely, 3D mode can be switched on by tilting down in 2D mode. Map view modes are described here: Note: When you reach 2D view by tilting the map, Smart Zoom will tilt the map as you press the Lock button or it disappears after the timeout (set in Advanced settings) expires. Use the 3D Map toggle to permanently switch to 2D view. 6.2.2 Zoom & Tilt (switch) When the green light is on, additional transparent buttons appear on the left side of the map screens for zooming and tilting without the use of hardware buttons. 6.2.3 Night Mode (switch) Turn on or off the night colours manually to override the automatic colour scheme switching. Note: Using this option turns off the Automatic Night Colours feature. You need to reenable it at the General settings screen to have the colours change automatically again. 6.2.4 Manage POI (Points of Interest) Here you can set all the parameters of POIs that you have created and the visibility of the built-in POIs that come with the map. Manage built-in POI visibility The maps come with a huge number of POIs. Displaying all of them would make the maps too crowded. In order to avoid that, you can decide which POI groups to show and which ones to hide on the map. This unit has a multi-level POI category system. You can set the visibility of the top two levels. All levels below that will be shown or hidden according to their respective category (i.e. you can set the visibility of Petrol Stations in the Services category, but all brands listed under that will either be shown or suppressed together). Groups shown with a grey icon are hidden; blue icons are visible on the map, while the ones shown in two colours have some of their subcategories shown and some others hidden. If you highlight any of the POI groups by tapping them, the button in the bottom left corner will become Show if the POI group is hidden, or Hide if the group is shown or partly shown. Tip: To make a partly shown group fully shown, tap this button twice. First you will hide the whole group, and then you will have it displayed with all its subgroups. Tapping again the highlighted POI group (except for My POI described later) opens the list of subcategories of that group. Here you cannot see bicolour subgroups, as visibility can only be set for the top two levels of categories. Showing and hiding a subgroup is done the same way as for the main groups. Manage My POI By highlighting then tapping again the My POI switch on the Manage POI main screen you can manage the POI groups and items that you have created. Note: The group Unnamed only appears if you have previously saved a POI item without creating a new POI group for it. Tapping any of the group names will open a list of POIs saved in that group. This list is similar to the list of POI results in Find. The POIs are ordered based on their distance from your current position. If GPS position is not available or you have disabled Lock-to-Position by tapping the map, the POIs will be ordered by their distance from the Cursor. When the My POI Groups are displayed, you have the following options: Show/Hide: similarly to built-in POIs, you have the possibility to show or hide all POIs of the selected category on the map. Groups with a blue icon are displayed; groups with a grey icon are hidden. New: you can create a new My POI group by tapping this button. You need to select an icon, a name, and the maximum zoom level at which the POI is still visible on the map (provided you let the POI group be displayed at all). You do not necessarily need to create POI groups in advance. You can do it while saving a new POI. Delete: you can delete any of your previously saved My POI groups. This will delete all POIs in that group. The unit will ask you to conrm this action. Edit: you can edit the attributes (name, icon, visibility level) of a previously created My POI group. Left/right arrows: if your groups ll several pages, these buttons will let you browse through them. The green eld left of these buttons shows the current page number and the number of pages. When the list of My POIs is displayed, you have the following options: Search: you can shorten the list of matching POI items by ltering. Just like in Find, enter a few letters of the desired POI name. When the number of matching items can t in one page, the unit will automatically display the list. If you tap Done any time before this happens, you receive the list of matches on multiple pages. ABC/Distance: by tapping this button you can have the POIs sorted in an alphabetical order. Tapping again will return to the distance-based order. When you tap on any of your POIs in the list, you will open a new window with the details of the selected POI.
Here you have the following options: OK: if you tap this button, the map screen returns with the selected POI in the middle. Edit: you can edit the attributes (name, icon and group) of the selected POI. Delete: you can delete any of your previously saved POIs. The unit will ask you to conrm this action. 6.2.5 Popup Information (switch) When this feature is enabled, tapping the screen (activating the Cursor, a radiating red dot) on either of the map screens also opens a pop-up box with the selected street name, house number and the name of the nearby POIs, if any. Tip: Tapping one of the blue Information icons behind the POI names shows the details of the appropriate POI item. 6.2.6 Manage Track Logs It is possible to save the track logs of your journeys. This screen lets you manage all your track logs. When it comes up, it shows a list of all track logs already saved. The original name of a track log is the date and time when it was recorded. You can change their name to something more meaningful if you wish. Each track log has a colour, shown to the left of its name when the track log is visible on the map. If the track is not visible, an underscore character is shown here. Tapping the line of the highlighted track log will toggle between showing and hiding that log. The track log will be drawn on the map using the colour next to its name. When a track log is being recorded, a new line appears in this list with an underscore, as newly recorded track logs are not shown in the map normally. Tip: If you wish to see the track log currently being recorded, tap on it twice to make it visible. In this screen you have the following options: Record: this will initiate track log recording. A new line appears in the list, and GPS position data will be saved until you stop the recording or exit the unit. A red icon is shown on the map screens to let you know that a recording is in progress. Tapping that icon opens this Track Log screen. Stop recording: if recording is in progress, this buttons stops it. Info: this button opens a screen that shows the track log details, and lets you: - change the name of the track log (Rename button), - change the colour of the track log (Colour on the map selector), - have it displayed on the map (Fit to screen button), Replay: push this button to see a simulation of the saved track log on the map. A green icon will appear on the map screens to let you know it is not a y over but a simulation based on a real saved log. Delete: you can delete a track log if it is not needed any more. The unit will ask you to conrm this action. Track log options: this button in the upper right corner leads to a settings screen where you can set up the track logging parameters: - Update interval is how often track points will be saved. Position information is normally received once a second from the GPS. If you do not need such a detailed log, you can increase this number to save track log space. - Current auto save track size: this gure shows how much memory is used by the automatically saved track logs. - Enable auto-saving: when auto-saving is enabled, you do not need to turn track log saving on and off manually. It will automatically start recording the track log as soon as GPS position is available. - Limit track DB size: here you can set whether or not to maximise the size of the database where the automatically saved track logs are kept. - Maximum track database size: here you can set the maximum database size if the track database size limit is enabled using the previous switch. - Create NMEA/SIRF log: independently of the normal track log, you can instruct the unit to record the native GPS data received from the GPS device. It is capable of working with GPS devices using either the NMEA or the SiRF protocol, so the saved data will be in one of these formats. These logs are saved as separate text les on the SD card, and they cannot be shown or replayed. They are for post-processing needs, should you have any. Be careful when saving native GPS data, as it can soon eat up available memory. 6.3 Route tab This menu contains options to manage different settings in the program. 6.3.1 Recalculate This menu point is only available if an active route exists and GPS position is present. It brings up a menu with four options. Using one of these functions you can modify the current route. Recalculate This function repeats the route calculation based on the same settings as used to calculate previously. This possibility is typically used when automatic off-route recalculation is disabled. However you may consider using it when you travel on a road parallel to that recommended by the route. In this case the unit may not recalculate the route for some time, but you can force recalculation here. This is also the button you will most frequently use when the window appears automatically, provided that the manual route recalculation is set. Drop Next Via Point / Delete Route You can modify the route to skip the next via point if you decide it is no longer needed. For example, you may have added the via point only to inuence the route but you do not want to actually reach it; or you have already almost reached it, and the unit still keeps on navigating towards that point. When there are no via points left (only the destination), the name of this button turns to Delete Route, and it cancels the navigation.
Bypass When you run into a trafc jam or roadblock, you may want to have the unit calculate a route that departs the original route as soon as it can. You will need to select the minimum distance along the original route where your new route is allowed to rejoin the original route. Select the one you feel appropriate for the trafc difculty you face. Note: This function is to give you an alternative for the next section of the recommended route. To change later parts of the route or to avoid specic streets or turns, use the Avoid function in Itinerary instead. Note: When you use this feature, the unit will keep on excluding the same part of the map from later routes until you manually delete the route, or restart the unit. Cancel This option returns directly to the map screen without recalculating the active route. If you choose this option when manual route recalculation is congured, navigation stops and will be activated again when you are back on your original route. 6.3.2 Delete Tap Delete to erase the active route along with all its route points (start, via points and destination). If you later decide that you need the same route again, you will have to rebuild it from scratch. The unit will warn you before deleting route data. This function has a special role if you have used the Avoid feature during your journey. When you arrive at your destination, the route line disappears on the map and navigation stops. The route is now practically deleted, but if you plan a new route, the roads, maneuvers and areas excluded from your route will also be avoided when planning the new route. Tap Delete to completely delete your previous route together with its Avoid restrictions. Note: When a POI item is used as a route waypoint, deleting the route will not delete the POI item itself, just its role in the route. 6.3.3 Itinerary This function opens the itinerary (route event list) of the active route. The Itinerary has three different display modes and two functions. Display modes Display modes are different only in the number of events displayed in the list. List items are always shown with all information available including pictograms of the needed action and distance of the event from the previous list item. The Itinerary is live and constantly updated when navigating a route. The list item coming next in navigation is the highlighted one until you highlight another one by tapping. After that, the highlight remains on the item you have selected. Detailed Instructions: this is the list displayed when Itinerary is opened. It is the list of events in full detail. All signicant junctions are shown in the list, even ones to be passed. Instructions: by tapping the Mode button once you will see the list of events that need your attention, i.e. the list of maneuvers during the route. These are the events shown in the Turn preview eld and announced by the voice instructions. Route summary: tapping the Mode button again will show an overview of the route that contains only the signicant roads and intersections. Show Tap this button to see the highlighted list item on the map. This will help you identify route events in the list. Avoid Tap this button to show a list of possibilities for modifying the route. They let you recalculate the route avoiding the highlighted event and sometimes also some of the subsequent ones. Maneuver: this option avoids the highlighted action. For example if you nd a turn too difcult during rush hour trafc, the unit will recalculate the route excluding that turn. If the next street is important in the route, it is likely that it will replace the turn with several easier ones to get to the same street. Road: when you exclude a road, the unit will calculate a route that does not use that road. It is useful when you anticipate a trafc jam in a street used in your route, or a roadblock is announced on the radio, and you nd that road in your Itinerary. Distances: you can also nd some distance buttons in this list. They are similar to the ones in the Bypass list of the Recalculate menu, but these can also be used for distant parts of the route. Note: You need not open Itinerary if you run into a roadblock or trafc jam. To get an immediate alternative route use the Bypass function of Recalculate. Note: When you use this feature, the unit will keep on excluding the same part of the map from later routes until you manually delete the route, or restart the unit. 6.3.4 Fly Over This feature has no navigation function, it merely provides a quick view of the route. It will present a simulation of the route showing what you will see later when navigating.
3.3 Key sound volume/switch The switch on the left can turn the key sounds on or off. Key sounds are audible conrmations of either pressing hardware buttons or tapping the touch screen. When key sounds are turned on, the slider on the right will adjust their loudness. In its leftmost position the key sounds are suppressed, in its rightmost position they are played at the master volume level. Note: The sound effects are context sensitive. They will be different if, for example you open or close a window, or you enable or disable a setting. They will even let you know if you have entered enough letters of a street name to have a short list of matching streets on the screen. 3.4 Dynamic Volume When driving at high speed, the noise in the car may be too loud to clearly understand the voice guidance messages and to perceive the key sounds. Using Dynamic Volume you can instruct the unit to increase the volume when your speed exceeds a certain minimum, and reach its highest volume (determined by the Master volume slider in Sound settings) at the given maximum speed. Tap the Dynamic Volume button to turn on the feature. This will also open the screen where you can set the minimum and maximum speeds. 3.5 Attention Tone If this is set to Disabled, the voice guidance will sound without a preceding attention tone. Setting it to Single Tone will initiate a single attention tone before the instructions, while Double Tone will use a double tone. Note: The Mute function accessible from the map screens overrides the settings on this screen. When muted, all sounds disappear. These settings will not be changed; only the output will be muted temporarily. 4. Route Parameter Settings This is a very important page. Settings here determine how routes will be calculated. This screen is directly accessible from the Route Information screen. 4.1 Method Use the handle to set the speed of the route calculation. In the leftmost position the route may not be optimal but the calculation will be very fast. Sliding it to the right will result in more accurate routing in an increased amount of time. Note: Since the unit calculates routes very quickly, the position of this slide is only used for long routes. Short routes are always calculated to give you the optimal result independent of the slider. 4.2 Route Here you can choose from three different route types. 4.2.1 Short Choosing Short will result in a route that has the smallest total distance of all possible routes between the given points. This is usually preferred by pedestrians, cyclists or slow vehicles. 4.2.2 Fast Choosing Fast will result in the quickest possible route, given that you can travel at or near the speed limits on all included roads. This is usually preferred for fast and normal cars. 4.2.3 Economical This setting is a wise combination of the previous two. Although basically going for the fastest solution, if there another route taking a bit more time but a lot less distance compared to the fastest one, unit will choose this one instead to save fuel. 4.3 Vehicle You can set the type of the vehicle that you will use to navigate the route. Based upon this setting, some of the road types will be excluded from the route (e.g. motorways for pedestrians), or some of the restrictions may not be taken into account (e.g. emergency vehicles have no restrictions). Furthermore, when Bus or Lorry is chosen, the program assumes that high speeds cannot be achieved, and this information is taken into account when calculating the route, the estimated time enroute (ETE), and the estimated time of arrival (ETA). Available values: Car Taxi Bus Lorry Emergency Bicycle Pedestrian 4.4 Road types to include/exclude To let the route t your needs you can also set which road types are to be considered for or to be excluded from the route if possible. When a road type is selected, its lamp is green, if not, it turns red and is crossed-out. Note: Excluding a route is a preference. It does not necessarily mean total prohibition. If your destination can only be accessed using some of the excluded road types, unit will use them but only as much as necessary. In this case a warning icon will be shown on the Route Information screen, and the road not matching your preference will be displayed in alternate colour on the map.
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