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The navigation system does not take the relative safety of the suggested routes into consideration. Road closures, roadworks, height and weight restrictions, traffic and weather conditions, or other factors that can influence the safety and the journey time of the route are not taken into consideration for the suggested routes. Use your own judgement to check the suitability of the suggested routes. If required, use the Recalculate function to calculate alternatives to the original route. Alternatively take the road you prefer and the software will automatically perform a re-routing (i.e. calculate a new route based on your new position). In certain areas, one-way streets, turning restrictions and no entry signs (e.g. pedestrian zones) cannot be accounted for. In such situations, pay particular attention to the road signs and rules of the road that apply. If you need the help of the emergency services (police, fire, ambulance etc), do not rely exclusively on the navigation system. Act in a way that you consider to be suitable and sensible in order to receive help in such a situation. Do not subject the navigation system to high temperatures or extreme exposure to sunlight. Temperatures over 50 C can severely damage the navigation system, especially the lithium ion battery. The battery should only be charged if someone is monitoring the device. Do not open the battery with force as this may release corrosive acids. Damaged batteries or batteries that are past their expiry date should no longer be used and should be disposed of in a safe and suitable way. Never expose the navigation system to humidity as this can result in damage. It is especially important to protect the navigation system from getting wet if you are on a motorcycle, bicycle or in a convertible car. This is because the device is not splashproof. Avoid touching the screen with sharp or rough-edged objects as these can damage the sensitive touchscreen display. GPS (Global Positioning System) is a satellite-based system that supports geographical and time-related information all around the world. The system is operated and controlled by the United States of America. The USA is also responsible for the availability and accuracy of this system. All changes to the GPS availability and accuracy as well as other factors from the surrounding environment can influence the operation of the navigation system. SVDO Trading GmbH does not accept any liability whatsoever for the availability and accuracy of GPS data. Please ensure that every person intending to use the navigation system reads this safety information and the recommendations for operating the system beforehand. Before attaching the mount to the front windscreen, you should clean, with the cloth provided or benzene, the area of the windscreen that you wish to stick the suction cup to. This is to remove grease and dust from the area. Differences between daytime and nighttime temperatures and/or humidity and moisture can break the vacuum seal under the suction cup. Therefore you should attach the navigation system so that it will not cause any damage if it fell off the windscreen. As a precautionary measure, you should detach the navigation system at night. Before the start-up it is necessary to check the fixing of the holder. Furthermore, if you plan to leave the vehicle unattended for a long period of time,you should remove the navigation system from the vehicle in order to avoid theft.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Please do not use any cleaning agents or detergents to clean the screen and case of the device. The best method is to use a soft, damp cloth.
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Your navigation system package includes the following parts: 5 6
Navigation system (including lithium ion battery) Mount with suction cup to attach the device to the windscreen. Cloth for cleaning the windscreen before attaching the suction cup. TMC antenna (only for MS 2100 Traffic) for receiving traffic information DC cable 12V/24V to power the navigation system from within the vehicle (adapter for cigarette lighter) AC cable 100V/240V to power the navigation system from outside the vehicle (including adapter for the UK) You should not use any cables other than the AC and DC cables provided to power the device and to charge the battery!
DVD-ROM (Microsoft Windows) with additional map data, PC-MapTool, Microsoft ActiveSync and general user's guide USB data cable to connect the navigation system to a PC (Microsoft Windows Personal Computer) Quick start guide (multilingual)
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Overview of Device
Controls and Connection Ports
Front 1 Display / touchscreen 2 Infrared sensor Usable with remote control on steering wheel RCS 5100 (accessories)
On-off switch / multi-function switch / status LED Quick tap: switches the navigation system to stand-by mode. Another quick tap will turn the system on again. The stand-by screen appears. Hold down the button for about 3 seconds to switch off the navigation system. To switch the device back on, hold down the button for 3 seconds again. The navigation system will be completely restarted. The status LED can display the following colours: Green Battery fully charged. The navigation device is being powered by the battery or the power cable (either 100V/240V or 12V/24V). Yellow Battery is being charged Red Battery level is critical, almost dead. Back 4 Compartment for lithium ion battery (cover) 5 GPS antenna (adjustable) 6 Connection for external GPS antenna 7 Loud speaker 8 Holder for mounting device, e.g. swan neck
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Left Side Right Side
9 Slot for SD card 10 Headphone socket 11 Connection for TMC antenna (only for MS 2100 Traffic) 12 Connection for 100V/240V mains adapter or 12V/24V cigarette lighter
13 Serial port Only for service purposes! 14 USB port for connecting to a PC
15 Reset: If the navigation systems stops responding to your actions, you can reset the system by pressing this button (e.g. with a straightened-out paper clip or another sharp object). The data you have saved will not be lost!
Base Suction cup Locking lever self-adhesive disk Screws (vertical adjustment) Screws (horizontal adjustment) Axial adjustment Optional longer center support arm
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Initial Setup and Mounting
When you switch on the navigation system for the first time, you must firstly deactivate the transport safety switch. This can be done by performing the following steps: Open the battery compartment and lift up the battery. Here it is important that the connecting cable is not unplugged. Next to the cable socket, you will see a small switch. Move the switch downwards in order to activate the power supply. Connect the navigation system to a power supply - either to the vehicle's cigarette lighter or the 100V/240V mains supply. The battery will then start to charge. Information about the lithium ion battery: The lithium ion battery can only be charged within a temperature range of 0-45 C. It takes approximately 5 hours to fully charge the battery. Please note the safety instructions when operating the battery! The battery life without an external power source is approx. 4 hours when the device is being used for navigation and approx. 5 hours when the device is being used as an MP3 player. In many countries it is forbidden to dispose of empty batteries with normal household waste. Please find out the regulations that apply in your area regarding the disposal of used batteries.
Assembly and Mounting
To mount the device in the vehicle, proceed as follows: Find a suitable place in the vehicle for mounting the mount. The screen be must be clearly visible from the driver's seat but the device should not obscure the driver's view. Please note the safety instructions when choosing the location page 23. Attach the navigation system near to the dashboard so that it will not cause any damage if it falls down. Using the cloth provided, clean the area of the windscreen that you wish to stick the suction cup to. This is to remove grease and dust from the area. Press the suction cup against the glass and move the pressure lever towards the glass until it locks into place. Attach the navigation system to the mount and make sure it is firmly locked in place. Extensive information on installation can be found in the detailed installation instructions provided. On no account should the screen be adjusted by moving the device itself. Dismounting: To detach the device, switch the pressure lever in the opposite direction and carefully pull the transparent rubber end of the suction cup to remove it from the window.
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Press the on-off switch for about 3 seconds to switch on the navigation system. The system boots and the battery starts to charge. When you switch on the device for the first time, you may have to select the desired language for the navigation instructions as well as the country map. Confirm your settings with OK. As soon as the system is ready, the main selection menu will appear on the screen.
Touchscreen: The navigation system is equipped with a touchscreen. You can tap the on-screen button with your finger. Avoid touching the screen with sharp or rough-edged objects as these can damage the sensitive touchscreen display. The following functions are available in the main selection screen: Navigation (page 32): In this mode, you can enter a destination and then navigate to the destination. Settings (page 31): Here you can configure the basic settings, e.g. volume, your preferred journey parameters, unit of measurement (kilometres or miles), your home address. Route Planner (page 36): In this mode, you can plan a route, determine the distance and enter various destinations/points en route. Multimedia (page 37): Select this option if you want to play MP3 files or view JPG images. Note: Extensive information on operating the navigation system and PC Map Tool can be found in the detailed user's guide on the DVD-ROM provided. Acrobat Reader will be needed to download these features (Acrobat Reader is included on the DVDROM)
When you switch on the device for the first time, it can take several minutes for the GPS reception to reach a sufficient level and to determine your current position. If you are unable to obtain a sufficient GPS signal, please read the Troubleshooting chapter for suggestions on solving the problem. The GPS reception can be checked by doing the following: Tap the Settings buttons. Here you will see a range of settings including Data Link. Tap OK. The following information is shown: GPS signal quality, number of GPS satellites currently being received, latitude and longitude of current position, current altitude.
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GPS and TMC
Note: Hold the navigation system vertically to obtain a better GPS signal. If necessary, you can pivot the GPS antenna upwards to improve the reception.
The quality of the GPS signal is indicated by the colour of the word GPS: Red Insufficient signal quality, less than 3 satellites found. YellowSufficient signal quality, less than 5 satellites. Still not enough to determine altitude. Green Good signal quality, which also allows altitude to be calculated. At least 5 satellites found.
Satellite Searching / GPS Resetting
If the navigation system was not used for several weeks, or if it was relocated several kilometres while switched off, the search of the current GPS position could be very long. Therefore, for accelerating the entire process, it is recommended to reset the GPS receiver. In this case, the current GPS position will be identified without regard to previously stored data. Proceed as follows: Take the navigation system outdoor where there is an unhindered view of the sky. Choose the Adjustment option in the main menu. Move the arrow to the following Adjustment screen, choose the Data link field. Then use the Reset button. A safety question will be shown on the display whether you really want to reset the GPS receiver. If you choose the No option, no reset will be made. If you choose the Yes option, the GPS receiver will be reset. Information on GPS will be shown on the following screen. The current position will be determined. If the GPS quality column is displayed in green colour, the navigation system is again ready for use. Note: If you are using the navigation system in an inner-city area, it may take longer to load maps and navigation information. This is due to the large number of roads and additional information (e.g. hotels, restaurants) as well as the high-density housing areas. Furthermore it may take longer to establish the GPS reception if you have just driven out of an underground car park or another type of building where GPS signals are blocked.
TMC (only MS 2100 Traffic)
During navigation the system regularly accesses the latest TMC traffic information in the background, provided that this information is available in the country you are in. The TMC status is indicated by the colour on the TMC button: TMC reception is OK and there are no traffic jams at the moment. TMC reception is OK. There are some traffic jams at the moment but not on the calculated route. TMC reception is OK. Traffic jam(s) on the route.
Green Yellow Red
Note: To receive TMC messages, the antenna provided with the package must be connected to the system MS 2100 Traffic. The antenna with suckers should be placed on glass and fixed.
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The Settings Menu (Basic Settings)
To configure the basic settings: Tap Settings. A sub-menu opens. Tap the arrow button on the bottom right of the screen to scroll through the other pages of the sub-menu. Tap Back to exit the sub-menu without saving changes. You return to the previous menu. If you tap OK, the selections/changes you have made are confirmed and you return to the previous menu. Set home address Enter your home address in the Address box. Afterwards you can navigate to this address by simply tapping the Home button. Volume: This opens a selection screen where you can choose the volume level for the voice alerts. Select map: This opens a selection screen where you can choose from the installed maps. Special destinations: Opens a list of the special destinations that can be displayed on the map. Profile: Choose your desired vehicle profile under Driver/vehicle. Here you can also specify whether you wish to use motorways and ferries. Under Route options you can specify your preferred journey mode. Choosing the Economical route option calculates the best compromise between journey duration and route length. System settings Language + voice Tap this option to select your preferred language. Confirm your selection with OK. You can then select the desired type of voice for the alerts (i.e. male or female). km/miles Here you can select your preferred unit of measurement. Clock 12/24 Here you can select how you wish the time to be displayed: 12-hour or 24-hour clock. Brightness Here you can select the brightness setting for daytime/nighttime operation. Avoid road Choose this option if you want to avoid driving on a specific stretch of a planned route - for example if the road is currently closed or if there is a traffic jam on the road. The navigation system will guide you around the stretch of road in question. The length of road selected here is important for the use of this mode later on in the navigation or route planning functions! Calibrate screen Here you can precisely calibrate the screen by tapping the four crosses that appear. Favourite Destinations/Adding to Favourites Whilst navigation is running, you can set specific points en route or addresses as your favourite destinations by tapping the button Add to favourites. You can edit or delete these destinations by going to the Favourite Destinations menu of the system Settings. The favourite destinations you have set can be used for navigation or route planning at any time. Note: What you select here can be changed at any time. Extensive information on the full scope of the settings can be found in the detailed user's guide on the DVD-ROM provided.
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The Navigation Menu
The purpose of the navigation system is to guide you from your present location to your desired destination. The navigation function automatically determines your present location using the GPS signal. You simply have to enter the address of your destination. For the destination, you can use (new) addresses, favourite destinations, previous destinations, your home address (Home) or special destinations (POI), e.g. hotels, petrol stations. A POI can only be selected if you are in the Addresses mode. If you activate the position tracking mode, you can view the vehicle's current GPS position on the map. You can thus always tell what your current location is, where you have travelled from and where you are travelling to. The following section explains all the steps you need to perform: from entering the address to the end of the navigation process. Firstly, tap the Navigation button in the main selection screen of the navigation system. The destination selection screen appears. Next tap the Address button. The address selection screen appears. Next select the desired destination, in this case Hamburg, by using the on-screen keyboard. You can also specify the destination location by entering the postcode. Tap P.code and type in the relevant postcode using the on-screen keyboard. While you are typing, a list of matching results opens. Tap the list entry D 20095 Hamburg to select it. You then move on to the next page where you can select the street.
Using the on-screen keyboard, type in the desired street, e.g. Karlstrae. While you are typing, a list of matching results opens. Tap the Karlstrae entry to select it. You may have to scroll across to the desired list entry using the arrow buttons.
Note: If you wish to enter the name of a town or street that contains hyphens, then use the space button rather than an actual hyphen!
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Once you have chosen the street, you will automatically move on to the next screen where you can select the house number. Using the on-screen keyboard, type in the desired house number, e.g. 14. Tap the entry Karlstrae 14 to select it. You have now selected all elements for the desired destination. The route will now be calculated and displayed on the map.
Tapping this button (bottom right of screen) will open the list of previously used destinations. To minimise the list, tap the button again. Using the backspace button, you can delete incorrect entries (either whole terms or individual letters). By tapping the Map button, you can show the destination point on the country/town map. Tap the Calculate button. The route will automatically be calculated and displayed on the map. As soon as the route has been calculated, you can immediately start navigation. Simply tap Navigation. Beforehand, you can also switch to the route list by tapping the Route button. In the Route List you will see the individual points en route, total route length, journey time etc of the calculated route. Tap the Navigation button. You can now start driving and the navigation system will guide you to your specified destination.
Tapping the wind rose will set the map to that it is facing north.
To end the navigation, proceed as follows: Tap the arrow symbol in the bottom right of the navigation screen. The extended navigation functions appear. Tap the End navigation button. Navigation is stopped and you return to the main selection screen.
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The following functions are available in the navigation screen and the route list:
Point en route
One point en route at a time is shown in the lower area. You will see the route length and journey duration below the current point on route.
Show the next/previous point en route
You can browse through the route list by tapping the two arrow buttons left and right of the itinerary description. The next or the previous point on route is shown. At the same time, the map section focuses on this point on route.
Zoom in/out with the map
Using these two buttons - () and (+) - you can adjust the size and scale of the map section. To zoom out of the map, repeatedly tap the () button until you have decreased the magnification to the desired level. To zoom in to the map, repeatedly tap the (+) button until you have increased the magnification to the desired level. Using the arrow button (bottom right of screen), you can open another menu. This contains additional functions and information for the current operation/ process. Additional Navigation Functions Tap the arrow symbol in the bottom right of the navigation screen. The buttons for the extended navigation functions appear. Example: End navigation Tap the End Navigation button. You return to the main selection screen. Example: Route&Sound Tap the Route&Sound button to open the MP3 player. You can now use the functions of the MP3 player and listen to your desired title. The song will being played will be interrupted by the voice alerts for navigation. Example: Recalculate route If you tap the Recalculate route button during the journey, the route to the specified destination will be recalculated - starting from your current position. This recalculation is useful, for example, when you select a road during the journey which is different to the one suggested by the navigation system.
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Tap the button with the name of the current street in the upper part of the navigation screen. The buttons for the extended navigation functions appear. Example: Navigation info page i This page shows the following information: distance to destination, expected time of arrival, current altitude, etc.
POI Selecting Special Destinations
You can use a POI within a specified town as the destination (Point of Interest, special destination, e.g. car parks, petrol stations, hotels, restaurants, etc.). The following steps must be performed when entering an address: Select the town Select the POI category Select desired POI Example of POI Search: Selecting a Restaurant as the Destination Assume you want to be guided to a particular restaurant in Hamburg, then proceed as follows: First, select Hamburg as the town of your destination. Make sure that the POI button is pressed in and select Restaurant from the list of POI categories. A list of all the restaurants in Hamburg are listed according to distance. The restaurants nearest to the centre point of the town will be at the top of the list. Tap the desired list entry in order to select it. You have now selected the restaurant as a POI in Hamburg for the destination. The route will now be calculated automatically and displayed on the map. To start navigation, tap the Navigation button. Note: The other functions are described in the detailed user's guide on the DVD-ROM provided.
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Route Planner Mode
The Route Planner Menu
Navigation and Route Planner are basically structured in the same way. With the Navigation function, the point of departure is always automatically set as the current GPS position. You simply have to enter your destination. With Route Planner however, you can manually enter the point of departure (as well as the destination). This means you can calculate routes between any points and specify the desired route before the trip. When choosing the starting point and the destination, you can use (new) addresses, favourite destinations, previous destinations, your home address (Home) or special destinations (POI). A POI can only be selected if you are in the Addresses mode. The process of entering and selecting addresses is described in detail in the chapter Navigation. The on-screen buttons in this area of the display perform the same functions in Route Planner as in Navigation. These buttons and functions are extensively described in the chapter Navigation. The following section explains all the steps you need to perform: from entering the address to starting and ending the simulation process.
Tap the Route Planner symbol in the main selection screen. A selection screen appears Select the desired point of departure. Next, select a destination. A selection screen appears Select your desired destination.
In the Navigation and Route Planner modes, you can quickly and easily call up destinations or addresses you have entered before by tapping Previous destinations. This saves you having to type in the information again.
PC Map Tool Additional Map Material
PC Map Tool
You can connect the navigation system to your PC and then copy additional map material with the PC Map Tool (included on the DVD-ROM) to the internal memory of the device or to a SD card (optional). You will need to install Microsoft ActiveSync (included on the DVD-ROM) on your PC. Use the USB data cable supplied with the navigation system to connect the device to your PC. Please connect the USB lead to both your PC and navigation system before switching ON the system. Hold down the On/Off button for about 3 seconds to switch the navigation system off. To switch the device back on, hold down the button for 3 second again.
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The PC Map Tool allows you to add and delete map data. Please be aware that the selection or transfer of all categories requires a lengthy PC calculating time (many hours). The length of time will depend on the PC system resources. The navigation system does have all European POI data preloaded onto the system, therefore we recommend the selection "Do not change existing data sets on the PND". If at any stage the POI data on the device is accidently deleted, the recommendation is to select only the POI categories required, the data processing will then be considerably shorter. The special feature "Map section plus Major Roads" allows you to create your own map section within one country or regional map plus the Major Roads of the country or regional map. Normally this complex operation takes many hours. We recommend the transfer of the map section without the Country Major Roads. In this case please select "Only show the network of the trunk roads within the selected region" Detailed information concerning the navigation software and PC Map Tool are on the DVD-ROM. Acrobat Reader will be needed to download these features (Acrobat Reader is included on the DVD-ROM).
Notes on file management at the navigation system
After a connection via the Microsoft ActiveSync software has been established, the navigation system will appear as Mobile Device in the file explorer on your PC. The ResidentFlash directory contains the following sub-folders: Navigator navigation program System system files tb-navi You can delete the map data saved in this folder in order to free up memory or to be able to transfer map data from the DVD-ROM. Under no circumstances should you delete the folders named Navigator and System. Doing so can make the navigation system unusable!
A map set always consists of multiple files that begin with the same country name. You must always copy the complete set of files to the internal memory or to the SD map (to the folder tb-navi). Similarly when deleting, you must always delete the entire file set. The PC Map Tool application installs the data map in the following file on the PC:./Programme/PC Map Tool/prog.mov/TNSMAPS Data can be then copied from this file to the SD card.
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Solution The GPS signal can be blocked by heated windscreens or tinted windscreens with a vacuum-metallised surface. In this case, you will need an external GPS antenna. (available from accessory dealers, Article-no. MA2010/00) Make sure that the GPS antenna on the top of the navigation system is not obstructed by other objects. Always keep the navigation system positioned vertically. If necessary, you can pivot the GPS antenna upwards to improve the reception.
Problem No GPS signal in vehicle
No GPS signal Poor-quality GPS signal
The on-screen button don't Wipe the screen with a soft, damp cloth. If this does not imrespond correctly when prove the situation, you may have to re-calibrate the screen. In the main, menu select Settings -> System -> Calibrate. Tap pressed. the four cross-hairs that appear accurately and confirm with OK. The navigation system no If the navigation systems stops responding to your actions, longer responds to finger you can press the reset button on the underside of the device (e.g. with a straightened-out paper clip or another taps or doesn't switch off. sharp object). The data you have saved will not be lost! Restart the navigation system by pressing the normal on/off switch. System doesn't start, screen Make sure that the battery is fully charged and/or that the remains blank. device is connected to a power source. If you are using the DC cable, check that the plug is securely and correctly connected to the cigarette lighter. The system shuts itself down In the case of extremely low or high temperatures, the sysafter a certain time in opera- tem will temporarily shut down to prevent itself from being damaged. It will switch itself on again once the temperature tion. has returned to normal. The voice alerts for naviga- Check whether the volume is set to an audible level in the tion cannot be heard. basic settings. Navigation is not accurate. A level of inaccuracy of 50 m is within acceptable limits. If a higher level of inaccuracy occurs repeatedly, please contact an authorised specialised dealer.
Driving/navigation instruc- It may be the case that the position determined by the navtions do not correspond to igation system is at the moment incorrect. The current traffic situation may have changed and therefore does not the actual traffic situation. correspond to the information on the map.
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System Requirements for Use on a Personal Computer
In order to use the additional map data contained on the supplied DVD-ROM, you will need a PC with the following specifications: Microsoft Win 98, ME, XP, Win 2000, Win NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 or higher Pentium processor 233 MHz or higher. Pentium 3 with at least 500 MHz is recommended Hard disk space: min. 4 GB RAM: 64 MB. A minimum of 128 MB is recommended Graphics card with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels Microsoft compatible mouse / trackball / touchpad DVD-ROM Drive Optional SD card reader/writer Microsoft ActiveSync software, version 3.1 or higher. This software is supplied with the navigation system and is used to synchronise data with the PC.
3.5" colour TFT LCD with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution, touchscreen, anti-reflex surface Processor: 200 MHz 544 MB Flash ROM and 64 MB SD RAM Integrated 12 channel GPS receiver Lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 1800 mAh Dimensions: approx. 120 mm wide x 80 mm long x 37 mm deep Weight: approx. 228 g Operating temperature: -20 C to +60 C Short-time storage temperature: -30 C to +60 C Loading temperature for lithium ion battery: 0 C to +45 C You can use SD cards with a storage capacity no larger than 2 GB.
2006 Siemens VDO Trading GmbH All rights reserved. This documentation is protected by copyright. Subject to technical and optical changes as well as printing errors. The information contained in this document is subject to change at any time without prior notification. Siemens VDO Trading GmbH reserves the right to modify or improve its products and modify the contents without being obliged to inform any particular persons or organisations. The device specifications and the contents of the package may deviate from what is stated in this document.
For current information on VDO Dayton Multimedia Systems, service addresses, software updates please visit our website: www.vdodayton.com or contact a VDO Dayton dealer. Subject to technical modifications and errors.
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MS 2000/MS 2100 TMC 01/2006 Siemens VDO Trading GmbH
Car Multimedia Systems.
VDO Dayton. The Car Brand.
Portable Navigation Device
3.5" Touch Screen Display (TFT LCD) Integrated GPS Receiver Incl. Maps of Europe plus Major Road of Europe More than 1 Mio. POIs ZIP Code Entry 1 Antiglare Coating to reduce Reflection Built-in 544 MB Flash Memory Removable/Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery SD Card Slot MP3 Player JPEG Viewer 5 Vehicle Profiles 6 Route Criteria Options Stereo Headphone Out IR Receiver Route & Sound 2D/3D Map view Position Independent Route Planning Options IR Steering Wheel Remote Control RCS 5100 External GPS Antenna Additional Li-Ion Battery Protective Case
Not available for UK
Enhanced Route and Sound with Car Radio
Route and Sound enables listening to MP3-files whilst being navigated to the selected destination via voice, pictogram and map guidance. Therefore the MS 2000 is equipped with a 3.5 mm stereo jack to access an audio signal. Hence, navigation indications and the sound of MP3-files can be transmitted to the cars entertainment system simultaneously and thus can be played via the speakers of the sound system.
Antiglare Coating to Reduce Reflection
In order to keep the map readable at anytime, the 3.5" touch screen monitor is optically coated and effectually backlit. Even in bad lighting conditions the antiglare coated display of the MS 2000 has good readability.
Safe & Easy Handling
Easy handling via touch screen functionality: the MS 2000 can be operated by one finger only. The VDO Dayton MS 2000 offers easy, simple and therefore safer handling. Easy handling of the system is achieved by a selfexplanatory menu on a 3.5" touch screen and an optional wireless steering wheel remote control, which communicates via an infrared connection with the navigation device. The remote control can be clipped to the steering wheel in a few grips and therefore ensures safer driving, as hands stay on the wheel and eyes on the street.
Position Independent Route Planning
Even without an active GPS signal a route can be planned and displayed. In the navigation mode the starting point is calculated automatically via GPS signal and only the destination needs to be entered into the system. Whereas independent route planning enables independent selection of a starting point and a destination. This feature thus provides the opportunity to calculate a route between various positions, and can be fixed at home before the start.
Detailed Tele Atlas Maps for Europe
VDO Dayton has selected Tele Atlas digital maps because they are complete, accurate and up to date. Easily find any destination, anytime, anywhere, without the slightest worry thanks to Tele Atlas maps. www.teleatlas.com
General Stereo Headphone Out IR Receiver Integrated GPS Antenna GPS Antenna Out Removable/Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery SD Card Slot (compatible with up to 2 GB cards) Navigation Pictogram- and Voice supported Route Guidance 10 Languages (German, English, French, Spain, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish) Turn-now Advices Route Criteria - Fast Route - Short Route - Most Economic Route - Avoid Highways - Avoid Ferry Vehicle Profiles - Car Slow - Car Fast - Motorcycle - Bicycle - Caravan Position Independent Route Planning Stop-off points (max. 99) Northwards/Head-Up Mode 2D/3D Auto zoom/manuell zoom selectable Km/Miles Alternative Route Cross border navigation is possible with following regional maps: - Major roads of Europe - Central Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) - BeNeLux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) - Skandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark) - Spain, Portugal Position tracking mode Simulation mode GPS independent Route Planner Destination input via: - typewriter incl. ZIP Code Entry 1 - Adress Book - Last Destinations - Map
MP3 Player Folder View Repeat Track Random Play Equalizer Next Track Next Album JPEG Viewer Full Screen Next Picture Next Album PC Map Tool Download Maps, Map Sections and POIs PC Routeplanner System requirements IBM Compatible PC Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/NT4.0 SP5+/XP Intel Pentium Processor min. 500 MHz DVD Drive USB Port Internal Memory min. 128 MB RAM Min. 3,5 GB free Hard Disk Capacity Technical Data 3.5" colour TFT LCD with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution, touch screen, anti-reflex surface 200 MHz, 544 MB Flash ROM and 64 MB SD RAM Integrated 12-channel GPS receiver Lithium-Ion Battery 1800 mAh for 4h navigation Dimensions (w x l x d): 120 mm x 80 mm x 37 mm Weight: 228 g Operating temperature: -20.+60 C Loading temperature for Lithium-Ion Battery: 0. +45C Power Supply via: - Integrated battery, 12V/24V Cigarette Lighter Adaptor and AC Mains Power Adaptor (100V/240V)
Ergonomic, Safety and Ease of Use Antiglare Coating to reduce Reflection Day/Night Map View Mode Compatible to Steering Wheel Remote Control RCS 5100 Package Content MS 2000 with integrated GPS Receiver DVD including Maps of Europe, Major Roads of Europe, Points of Interest, PC Map Tool and Manual 12V/24V Cigarette Lighter Adaptor 100V/240V AC Mains Power Adaptor USB Cable for Map Downloading from Windows PC Windshield Mounting System Quickstart Manual Options IR Steering Wheel Remote Control RCS 5100 External GPS Antenna MA Additional Li-Ion Battery MA 2020 Protective Case MA 2030 Integration Solutions Windshield Mounting System Mounting Kit for Bikes 2 Universal Mounting Plate 2
11/05, MS 2000, subject to modification, VU25-0013-13355 02
12 V Cigarette 100/240 AC adapter
Not available for UK Available soon The GPS signal can be blocked by heated windscreens or tinted windscreens with a vacuum-metallised surface. In this case, you will need the external GPS Antenna.
Serial Port (Only for Service)
3) optional 4) Not a Siemens VDO accessory
Please note that the MS2000 is not waterproof Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation
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