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kdunnett 4:27pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 
Hardware good software weak Should be a useful navigational aid, & better than sheet map Time taken to install destination information

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After transport of the vehicle by a vehicle transport train or ferry, the navigation system may require a few minutes for exact positioning. After disconnecting the vehicle battery, up to 15 minutes may be required for exact positioning. In order to do so, the vehicle must be outdoors and the system must be switched on in order to receive transmissions from the GPS satellites. The system is capable of functioning temporarily, even without valid GPS data, but the precision of the positioning may be limited. The satellite symbol in the GPS window changes from red to green as soon a precise position has been received via GPS. On main roads, the distances to exits indicated by the system deviate from those indicated by road signs. The road signs on main roads refer to the start of the exit, while the navigation system always indicates the distance to the end of the slip road. This corresponds to the point where the driving lanes fork (separate).

Registration

After purchasing VDO Dayton Multimedia System please complete the enclosed reply card and return it to the address indicated.
How does the navigation system work?
Determination of vehicle position
The position and movements of the vehicle are recorded by the navigation system via sensors. The completed distance is determined by an electronic tachometer generator, rotary motion in curves by the gyroscope (inertial compass). However, the information provided by these sensors is not always precise. The sensor values alter as a result of wheel slip, changes in the tyre pressure due to temperature variations, etc. It is possible to correct sensor inaccuracies over a certain period of time (several minutes) by the comparing the signals with the digital map. However, the signal provided by the GPS satellites is required in order to correct the data over a longer period of time.
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GPS (Global Positioning System)
The GPS system is based on the reception of navigation signals from a total of 27 GPS satellites which orbit the earth at an altitude of 21,000 km in approximately 12 hours. The signals from at least 4 satellites have to be received for three-dimensional positioning, i.e. according to length, width and altitude. The accuracy attainable is thus approximately 30 m to 100 m. If the signals of only three satellites can be received then only two-dimensional positioning without determination of the altitude is possible. The accuracy of the calculated position is thus reduced. Altogether, the integrated system receiver can receive the signals of up to 8 satellites at the same time. If the vehicle is parked for longer periods of time, then the satellites continue their orbit. Thus it may take several minutes before the signals of enough satellites have been received and analysed after the ignition has been switched on again.

Sufficient reception (three-dimensional position) is shown by means of the green satellite symbol in the display. The received satellites (total number) are shown as yellow stars in the GPS display. The symbol remains red if GPS reception is insufficient. Thus the functioning of the system may be temporarily restricted after a vehicle has been stationary for a longer period of time. The system will operate reliably once GPS reception is again sufficient.
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Limited GPS reception

If there are interruptions or disturbances to GPS reception while driving over several kilometres, then there may be both functional impairments and inappropriate messages. There may either be no GPS reception or faulty reception: between tall buildings in car parks, tunnels or under bridges in forests or avenues in the event of heavy precipitation and thunderstorms in valleys and mountains in the event of unfavourable satellite constellations in conjunction with the GPS antenna installation position. In this case reception may be disrupted over a longer period of time. Sufficient GPS reception should be provided for about 95 % of travel time with a properly installed GPS antenna. Unfavourable positioning of the GPS antenna may account for more frequent disruptions to reception. In such cases contact the workshop responsible for installation.
The navigation system can compensate for GPS reception problems over several minutes or kilometres without functional impairments.

The Digital Road Map

In order to be able to plan a route to a destination address, the navigation system not only needs the current position of the vehicle, but also a digital road map on which the destination address itself and the roads leading to the destination address are stored. This digital road map is on the map CD which you insert into the navigation computer. The road system is stored on the map CD as a line model, i.e. expanded crossings also have only one focal point that is approached by all roads in point-to-point fashion. Thus the navigation system indicates the distance to the turn off point as the distance to the centre of the crossing. < Real

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Areas with limited road information
In some areas all of the information about a road is not available on the map CD. Thus, for example, turn off prohibitions, information on the direction of travel in a one way street or prohibited entry into a pedestrian zone may be missing. The navigation system will display a warning if you drive into such an area.
A The navigation system is no substitute for local traffic laws. Always observe the
road signs and motor vehicle traffic regulations.

Topicality of the map CD

Roughly 1015 % of the road system characteristics change each year. Because of these constantly changing traffic conditions (construction of new roads, traffic calming, etc.) we unfortunately cannot guarantee that the digital road map will be in 100 % agreement with existing traffic conditions. We recommend that you always use the most current version of the map CD for navigation.

TMC data on the map CD

The prerequisite for use of the dynamic directional guidance (see page 41) with display of the obstructions to traffic on your travel route is, in addition to a connected TMC source, the use of map CDs with TMC data. Map CDs with these data are provided with the label (TrafficMessageChannel).
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Operation

All of the settings that you make on the system are stored after it is switched off.

Control elements

The control elements of the Multimedia System are shown on page 3. The control elements have the following functions: Remote control ALT-R: Plan Alternative Route REP: Invoke current audible directional information and, if applicable, repeat traffic reports (for TMC reception only) Cursor buttons and OK- / confirmation button Adjust volume of audible messages Invoke Start Menu (reset to navigation only in connection with Multimediabox, see System enhancements on page 52) Change directional guidance displays and / or switch between menus and directional guidance displays (only for certain menus) Press the two side buttons on the holder in order to remove the remote control.
A Push the remote control into the holder until it engages for storage and prior to travel.
The buttons of the remote control are lit up for a short time when pressed. The buttons are always lit in the holder when the ignition is switched on. The batteries of the remote control must be changed if you use the remote control outside of the holder and the navigation system no longer responds at the touch of a button or the battery symbol ( appears in the status line of the monitor (at the bottom edge of the screen). In order to be able to continue to operate the system push the remote control device into the holder; the internal batteries are not needed. Battery change, see Changing batteries for remote control on page 59.

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Operation Monitor Call up / exit OSD (On Screen Display) menu, Select menu item Volume control (only for built-in speakers), Setting buttons in OSD menu
Setup for the screen is invoked by simultaneously pressing all 3 buttons; for Setup settings see Settings in Setup menu on page 21. Navigation computer CD eject button

Menu screen types

Operation of the system is generally based on the type of displays. With the following explanations you should, for example, be able to navigate through the different menus without further details.

Menu screen

The individual functions are represented in the menus (identified by titles in the oval field at the top of the screen) as labelled, rectangular buttons. The current cursor position is marked in red.
menu title selected function (cursor position) button for selectable functions; functions that cannot be selected are either shown as buttons in the background colour with grey labelling or not at all (see Video Configuration function on page 27) Status line; for information displayed see Screen function on page 24 and Display of TMC traffic information on page 41
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Popup menu

After selecting a function, a popup menu in the form of a rectangle with several entries for more details may appear with an entry (option) to be selected.
To activate a particular option / function: Move the cursor with the direction buttons to the desired option / function. To confirm press the OK-button. These two actions are designated on the following pages of these operating instructions as selection of an option / function.
Function list (pull-down menu)
E. g. for map displays function appears as a red button on the screen. After pressing the OK-button the selectable functions are displayed. The function list is automatically again closed after several seconds if a function is not selected.
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List screen

A list appears on the right in the display for different options. If all list entries cannot be shown then the cursor can be used to scroll further by continuing to press the cursor button 2 at the bottom of the list. You can scroll up by continuing to press the cursor button 8 after reaching Quit. If further information on an entry can be invoked, > appears to the right of the list entry. To view this information: Press the cursor button 6. By pressing the cursor button 4 or selecting the option Quit the previous menu is returned to without selection of a list entry.

Buttonboard entries

A so-called buttonboard is shown for entering data. To enter a particular character move the cursor to the character desired and then press the OK-button.
The characters entered are compared with the data on the CD. Character sequences for which no names exist cannot be selected. The entry is automatically supplemented if only certain CD data exists for the character sequence that has already been entered. If there are several items of CD data with the same name, then the desired entry and displayed additional information can be selected via the List function. The display of the list of all suitable names can be invoked at any time via the List function; here it should be noted that compilation of the list may require several seconds depending on the number of possible entries. Thus the most concrete information possible should already have been entered via the buttonboard.
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Switching on / off

The Multimedia System is switched on or off together with the ignition. If the system has not been switched to stand-by mode prior to it being switched off, then a title screen will first appear. This is followed by information on use of the system. Confirm this information by pressing the OK-button. The system is started after several seconds and the various functions can be selected.

Theft protection

The system has a removable security module (detachable panel). If the security module that is supplied with the Multimedia System is either incorrectly installed or not installed at all, then the system is blocked and a message appears on the display. If the security module is not used then the system can only be switched to stand-by. Theft protection can also be deactivated if required. The security module is then switched to Inactive, see Security Module function on page 25.

A If you use the Multimedia System without the security module (security module
switched to Inactive) then please note the following: Since the security module is missing, inadvertent activation of the security module will lead to immediate deactivation of the system. The system can only be used again after installation of the correct security module! Please contact your retailer if the security module is lost.

Volume control

Press the buttons + or - on the remote control in order to change the volume of the audible information (see also GALA option in section Volume Level function on page 26). You will hear Louder or Softer with the current volume setting.
This setting affects both the volume level of the external loudspeaker (if installed) and the volume of the built-in loudspeaker (in the display unit); if only the volume level of the built-in loudspeaker in the monitor is to be adjusted, then proceed as described under Set monitor (MM 5000) on page 20.
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Stand-by

If you do not need the map display or visual directional information, then you can switch them off. Select the Stand-by option in the Start Menu. The display is switched off; audible messages (e.g. directional information, if Guidance has previously been activated) continue to be provided via an external loudspeaker. In order to turn the display on again (turn off Stand-by), press one of the cursor buttons 4, 6, 8, 2 or the OK-button on the remote control.
If the system is switched off in stand-by mode it restarts in stand-by mode when the ignition is switched on again.

Set monitor (MM 5000)1

The colour display is equipped with OSD prompting for the display settings.

Invoke OSD menu

Briefly press the MENU-button at the top of the monitor. The OSD menu Navigation Settings is displayed. (for Video Settings see External video connection on page 51.) In the OSD menu you can carry out the following settings: Volume: Volume level of the built-in display loudspeaker Brightness: Brightness of the display DisplayMode: Screen display; the selected setting is indicated with a yellow bar. Possible selections include: Full Screen (16:9) Normal (4:3)
1) does not apply in connection with MR 6000
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Adjusting settings

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System Information function
The System Information menu offers the following functions: Diagnosis: for analysing hardware and software problems (codeprotected only for authorised service personnel). Default settings: reset the settings in the Settings menu to the factoryadjusted values; see Default settings on page 57. Configuration: Information on software and hardware (for service purposes). Speed Correction: Relative change of the value for the average speed for all road classes (affects the calculation of the remaining travel time and the estimated time of arrival).

Security Module function

This function is used to switch on (active) or switch off (inactive) detection of whether the correct security module is being used. Select the Settings function in the Start Menu. The Settings menu appears. Select the Security Module function. Select the corresponding entry (Active or Inactive) in the list that appears. See also Theft protection on page 19.

Traffic info. function

After selection of this function a list appears with the kinds of TMC information that can be selected. TMC information can only be displayed if a suitable TMC source is connected and the maps that are used include TMC data (recognisable on the CD label). The respective message (current cursor position) is switched on or off by pressing the OK-button; messages that are switched on are shown by the symbol ;.
Particularly urgent traffic messages cannot be switched off and are indicated both on screen and as audible messages.
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Measuring Units function

Selection of the measuring units in which the distances and speeds are displayed. The following options may be selected: km / m: Display in kilometres and metres miles / yard: Display in miles and yards miles / feet: Display in miles and feet

Date / Clock function

The Date / Clock function is used to set the time and date format and the time zone. Time format: 12-hour or 24-hour format may be selected. Time zone: First press the OK-button. With cursor buttons 4 or 2 (0:30) and 6 or 8 (+0:30) set the time difference between the local time and universal time (UTC) received by the navigation system. Time zone: Central European Time (Paris, Berlin) Greenwich Mean Time (London) Date format: Standard time + 1:00 0:00 Daylight saving time + 2:00 + 1:00

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Guidance The maximum number of stored via points is 25.
Select the Via Point option in the Navigation menu. The Via Point Input menu is displayed; the following functions are available: Store Via Point: Store entered address as next via point in memory and / or list Load Address: Select address as via point from address book. (functions as described under Transfer from Address Book / Destination Memory) Destination Map: Enter via point with the help of the destination map (for input see sections Destination Map and Map Display; the entered via point becomes the last via point in the list) Delete Via Point: Deleted a via point from the list Display Via Point: Display list of via points Return: Return to Navigation menu You can enter the via points in the same way as destination addresses (see above sections). To transfer the entered via point to the memory: Select the Store Via Point function. To delete via points: Select the Delete Via Point function. A list of the stored via points will be shown. Select the via point to be deleted. If you answer the request for confirmation with Yes then the selected via point will be deleted from the memory. Tip: If all of the via points are to be deleted, then you can proceed as follows: Store the current destination address in the address book in case it is not included there. Then select the Address Book function in the Navigation menu and then the Store Address function and a category for the address book. Select the Delete Destination function in the Navigation menu. Answer the confirmation request Delete Via Point with Yes. The destination address and all of the via points are now deleted. Afterwards, load the last used destination address in the Navigation menu with the Address Book function and the Load Address function.
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Route Criteria

You can choose between four different criteria for calculating the driving route: Fastest (t) suitable for every situation Shortest (d) recommended for journeys within cities Main road (w) recommended if you prefer routes via main roads No main roads (W) recommended if you prefer to avoid routes via main roads In addition, you can bypass toll roads when planning your route. The symbol for the route criterion selected (see symbol in brackets) is shown in the status line Adjust / change route criteria: Select the Settings function in the Start Menu. The Settings menu appears. Select the Route Selection function. A list appears with the route criteria described in the above. Activate the Avoid Toll Roads option if you want to use the least possible number of toll roads (option with display ; activated).

Route planning can take longer with the Avoid Toll Roads option activated than when the option is deactivated. Therefore this option should only be activated if it is needed. If no toll-free roads are available, then toll roads are used for planning the route. Select the desired route criterion (see above). The symbol for the newly selected route criterion is shown in the status line.
The route criterion Route Selection can also be changed during guidance. For this you must select the Info function in the function list of the guidance screen.
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Guidance screen

Guidance display
The system plans the route after Guidance is activated. This may take several minutes. In the meantime, the first direction appears in the form of the guidance display. The screen display contains the following information:
Present car position: street name, city name and area if available on the map CD Direction: Diagram of the driving direction, the next crossing or junction (travel information is additionally provided in the form of audible messages) GPS symbol: Shows GPS reception status (green: reception sufficient for exact positioning / red: exact positioning not possible). The receivable satellites (number) are displayed as yellow stars. Name of the road which must be turned off into (next change of direction) Distance to the next change of direction (measuring unit depends on system setting, see Measuring Units function on page 26) Button for function list (activate with OK-button) TMC symbol for next road obstruction on the route planned (only with RDS TMC source connected and TMC traffic reports available) Indication of the distance of the road obstruction from car location as well as the length; see Dynamic Guidance with TMC Traffic Information on page 41 Directional arrow (linear distance) to next destination and / or via point Distance to destination or next via point (actual driving distance; measuring unit depends on system setting) Status line: Corresponding information appears in the middle of the line with RDS TMC source connected and available TMC messages.
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Guidance By pressing the OK button open the function list with the following functions: Return: Return to last selected menu Info: To invoke Info menu, see Route Information (Info menu) on page 40 Map: Switch to map display

Map display

The map display can be invoked with guidance activated in the following ways: In the Start Menu by pressing the MAP-button or selection of the Map function With the guidance display by pressing the MAP-button or selection of the Map function in the function list. The screen display contains the following information:
Distance to the next change of direction (measuring unit depends on system setting) GPS symbol: Shows GPS reception status (green: reception sufficient for exact positioning / red: exact positioning not possible). The receivable satellites (number) are displayed as yellow stars. Direction: Simplified diagram of the driving direction, the next crossing or junction Symbol for car location; arrow points in current direction of travel Button for function list (activate with OK-button) Compass: Arrow in circle points north
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Guidance By pressing the OK-button open the function list with the following functions: Return: Return to previous screen Scale: Change map scale Positioning: Map positioning (northwards or in steering direction) Scrolling ; (on): cursor fixed, map section is shifted (only for northwards positioning); car position remains at the centre of the screen (off): Car position moves on fixed map section Info To invoke Info menu; see Route Information (Info menu) on page 40 Split screen Switch to split screen; combination of maps and guidance display
Facilities of the last selected category for points of interests are shown in the map display with corresponding pictograms (see Map symbols on page 55). You can move a crosshair on the map in order, for example, to enter a via point. To do so, press a cursor button. The car location is no longer displayed during input. The following additional functions are now available when you open the function list: Back to pos.: Cursor reset to current carlocation Store dest.: Store cursor position as new destination address Store viapt.: Store cursor position as last via point
If no destination has been entered up to now (guidance inactive), then the map display can be invoked for destination input by selecting the Destination Map in the Navigation or Via Points menus or by pressing the MAP-button. When guidance is activated switch between the following respective displays by pressing the MAP-button: Guidance display > map display > split screen > menu > guidance display, etc.
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Split screen

This screen display combines both of the display types previously described. When guidance is activated you can invoke the split screen display by pressing the MAP-button once or several times:

Storing car position in the address book
The current car position can be easily stored in the address book: Select the Address Book function in the Start Menu. Select the Store Car Position function in the Address Book menu. Select the category for the address book in the popup menu that appears.
In order to edit an address (e.g. provide it with a name), you must first load the address from the address book and then store it in the address book again.
Load address from destination memory / delete destination memory
You can also load one of the last 10 stored destination addresses as the destination address as follows: Select the Address Book function in the Start Menu. Select the Load Address function in the Address Book menu. Select the Last Destination option in the popup menu that appears. A list of the last 10 destinations appears. Select the desired entry. The selected address is now displayed in the Address Book menu. You can activate guidance for this address by selecting the Guidance function. The destination memory can be completely deleted. Select the Delete Address function in the Address Book menu. Select the Last Destination in the popup menu. A security check is made to prevent you from deleting an entry by mistake.
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Trip computer

The trip computer is invoked by selecting the Trip Computer function in the Start Menu. The integrated trip computer displays the following information: Speed current speed Avg. speed Average speed (since reset) Elapsed distance route distance (since reset) Elapsed time travel time (since reset) Speed Warning with speed warning (on / off) and warning limit (adjustable)
The speed display serves only as additional information. Only the car speedometer should be used in order to determine the actual speed. The data for route distance, travel time and average speed are reset to 0 by using the Reset function.

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General Information Comments After transport of the vehicle by a vehicle transport train or ferry, the navigation system may require a few minutes for exact positioning. After disconnecting the vehicle battery, up to 15 minutes may be required for exact positioning. In order to do so, the vehicle must be outdoors and the system must be switched on in order to receive transmissions from the GPS satellites. The system is capable of functioning temporarily, even without valid GPS data, but the precision of the positioning may be limited. The satellite symbol in the GPS window changes from red to green as soon a precise position has been received via GPS. On main roads, the distances to exits indicated by the system deviate from those indicated by road signs. The road signs on main roads refer to the start of the exit, while the navigation system always indicates the distance to the end of the slip road. This corresponds to the point where the driving lanes fork (separate).

Registration

After purchasing VDO Dayton Multimedia System please complete the enclosed reply card and return it to the address indicated.
How does the navigation system work?
Determination of vehicle position The position and movements of the vehicle are recorded by the navigation system via sensors. The completed distance is determined by an electronic tachometer generator, rotary motion in curves by the gyroscope (inertial compass). However, the information provided by these sensors is not always precise. The sensor values alter as a result of wheel slip, changes in the tyre pressure due to temperature variations, etc. It is possible to correct sensor inaccuracies over a certain period of time (several minutes) by the comparing the signals with the digital map. However, the signal provided by the GPS satellites is required in order to correct the data over a longer period of time.
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General Information GPS (Global Positioning System) The GPS system is based on the reception of navigation signals from a total of 27 GPS satellites which orbit the earth at an altitude of 21,000 km in approximately 12 hours. The signals from at least 4 satellites have to be received for three-dimensional positioning, i.e. according to length, width and altitude. The accuracy attainable is thus approximately 30 m to 100 m. If the signals of only three satellites can be received then only two-dimensional positioning without determination of the altitude is possible. The accuracy of the calculated position is thus reduced. Altogether, the integrated system receiver can receive the signals of up to 8 satellites at the same time. If the vehicle is parked for longer periods of time, then the satellites continue their orbit. Thus it may take several minutes before the signals of enough satellites have been received and analysed after the ignition has been switched on again.

Cursor buttons and OK- / confirmation button
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Operation Monitor Call up / exit OSD (On Screen Display) menu, Select menu item Volume control (only for built-in speakers), Setting buttons in OSD menu
Setup for the screen is invoked by simultaneously pressing all 3 buttons; for Setup settings see Settings in Setup menu on page 133. Navigation computer CD eject button

Menu screen types

Operation of the system is generally based on the type of displays. With the following explanations you should, for example, be able to navigate through the different menus without further details. Menu screen The individual functions are represented in the menus (identified by titles in the oval field at the top of the screen) as labelled, rectangular buttons. The current cursor position is marked in red.

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menu title selected function (cursor position) button for selectable functions; functions that cannot be selected are either shown as buttons in the background colour with grey labelling or not at all (see Video Configuration function on page 139) Status line; for information displayed see Screen function on page 136 and Display of TMC traffic information on page 153
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Operation Popup menu After selecting a function, a popup menu in the form of a rectangle with several entries for more details may appear with an entry (option) to be selected.
To activate a particular option / function: Move the cursor with the direction buttons to the desired option / function. To confirm press the OK-button. These two actions are designated on the following pages of these operating instructions as selection of an option / function. Function list (pull-down menu) E. g. for map displays function appears as a red button on the screen. After pressing the OK-button the selectable functions are displayed. The function list is automatically again closed after several seconds if a function is not selected.
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Volume control

Press the buttons + or - on the remote control in order to change the volume of the audible information (see also GALA option in section Volume Level function on page 138). You will hear Louder or Softer with the current volume setting.
This setting affects both the volume level of the external loudspeaker
(if installed) and the volume of the built-in loudspeaker (in the display unit); if only the volume level of the built-in loudspeaker in the monitor is to be adjusted, then proceed as described under Set monitor (MM 5000) on page 132.
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Stand-by

If you do not need the map display or visual directional information, then you can switch them off. Select the Stand-by option in the Start Menu. The display is switched off; audible messages (e.g. directional information, if Guidance has previously been activated) continue to be provided via an external loudspeaker. In order to turn the display on again (turn off Stand-by), press one of the cursor buttons 4, 6, 8, 2 or the OK-button on the remote control.
If the system is switched off in stand-by mode it restarts in stand-by mode when the ignition is switched on again.

Set monitor (MM 5000) 1

The colour display is equipped with OSD prompting for the display settings. Invoke OSD menu Briefly press the MENU-button at the top of the monitor. The OSD menu Navigation Settings is displayed. (for Video Settings see External video connection on page 163.) In the OSD menu you can carry out the following settings: Volume: Volume level of the built-in display loudspeaker Brightness: Brightness of the display DisplayMode: Screen display; the selected setting is indicated with a yellow bar. Possible selections include: Full Screen (16:9) Normal (4:3)
1) does not apply in connection with MR 6000 132
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Operation Adjusting settings Press the MENU-button until the desired menu item appears. Carry out the desired setting with the + or - buttons. If necessary, invoke the next menu item by pressing the MENU-button and carry out the settings.
If you use the built-in display loudspeaker leave the volume level in the OSD menu on the middle setting. Adjust the volume level for the audible messages of the navigation system only with the + or - buttons on the remote control. The volume level of the built-in display loudspeaker can also be set without invoking the OSD menu. To do so:

Quit OSD menu

To quit the OSD menu press the MENU-button until the menu is hidden. If a button has not been pressed for several seconds, then the OSD menu is automatically hidden again. Settings in Setup menu In addition, the monitor offers you the possibility of performing the following settings in the Setup menu: Bright.Contr.: Auto / Auto off: Automatic brightness control On / Off. With Auto the display brightness is automatically adapted to the ambient lighting. Mount.Pos.: high / low: Adaptation of the display brightness to the mounting position high / low Loudspeaker: On / Off: Built-in loudspeaker On / Off. If the loudspeaker is switched off, then it will automatically be switched on again as soon as you adjust the display volume.

Press + or - button on the monitor. The display automatically changes to the menu for setting the volume level. Set the volume as required.
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Operation Invoke / quit Setup menu Press all three buttons at the top of the display at the same time. The Setup menu appears. Briefly press the MENU-button until the desired setting is activated. Carry out the setting desired. To quit the Setup menu press the MENU-button until the menu is hidden.
If a button has not been pressed for several seconds, then the OSD menu is automatically hidden again. Automatic brightness control If the automatic brightness control (Bright.Contr.) in the Setup menu is set to Auto, then the brightness of the display is automatically adjusted to the ambient light conditions. With the Brightness option in the OSD menu you can adjust the maximum and minimum brightness of the display. Note that for daylight the maximum brightness (Brightness Day) and for darkness the minimum brightness (Brightness Night) should be set. The brightness is then adjusted between these two limits according to the ambient lighting. If the automatic brightness control is switched off, then the display shows Brightness Auto OFF in the OSD menu.
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Adjust navigation system

You can change several settings to adapt the navigation system to meet your personal requirements. The following functions are available in the Settings menu. Language Road type Screen System information Security module Traffic information Units of measurement Date / Clock Volume level Video configuration The menu is invoked in the Start Menu by selecting the option Settings.
Language function Selection of the national language for audible information and menu texts in the display. The following languages and various speakers are available at present on the system software CD: British English American English French German Dutch Italian Spanish Danish Swedish. Languages can be loaded from the supplied system software CD. A total of 2 languages can be loaded / available in the system at the same time. To load languages see Load languages on page 139. Road type function Selection of criterion for route planning, see Route Criteria on page 146.
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Operation Screen function Here you can select different colour combinations for the screen display and configure the information in the status line. The following functions are available in the Screen Settings menu: Day colour: For selecting colour combinations for the screen display in daylight (setting is active with headlights switched off). Optimal contrast during the daytime is provided by the options Blue, Red and Green. Night colour: For selecting colour combinations for the screen display at night (setting is active with headlights switched on). Optimal contrast at night is provided by the options Dark blue, Dark red and Dark green. Map Colour: To adjust the change between the colour combination settings Night colour and Day colour: Automatic switching: Automatic switching for colour setting with headlight display switched on and colour combination Night colour. Always day colour: Colour combination Day colour always active: Always night colour: Colour combination Night colour always active: Statusline left or Statusline right: For selection of the information which is to be displayed in the respective corner of the screen: No display: Nothing is displayed Clock: Current time displayed Date: Current date displayed Remaining travel time: The remaining time calculated until arrival at the next via point or destination (if no via points have been entered) Estimated time of arrival: The calculated time of arrival at the next via point or destination.

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Guidance

Destination Input
A destination must be entered before Guidance is activated. The following types of destination input can be used: Direct entry (with list display if required) Transfer from address book Selection of a point of interest (hotels etc.) from the map CD Entry by means of the destination map The list display and the destination map are available as aids for direct destination input (see the following sections). Direct Input Select the Navigation option in the Start Menu. The Navigation menu is displayed. With the help of the buttonboard enter the destination address under Country, City, Street, Points of Int. Junction / and House Number (only if the relevant data is available for the street entered).
To enter a space select Space. Select Delete to delete the last entry.
If you want to store the destination address that you entered in the address book, select the Address Book function first, then the appropriate address book category in the popup menu that appears. The name of the city suffices as the destination input. The navigation system then guides you to the city boundary. Select Guidance in order to calculate a route to the destination address indicated. See also Guidance screen on page 147. List Display When making a direct entry (see above) you can use the List option of the buttonboard to see the CD entries that begin with the characters already entered. If an initial letter has not been entered then the list starts with the first alphabetically sorted database entry. The desired list entry can be selected from the list. You can quit the list display without transferring a list entry by using Quit from the list or pressing the cursor button 4.
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Guidance Destination Map A destination can also be entered using the map. If the destination is not near to the car position, then use the buttonboard to enter the destination as precisely as possible beforehand. Select the Destination Map option in the Navigation menu. The destination map can also be activated by pressing a cursor button in the Guidance map display. The destination map is displayed with a crosshair. The crosshair marks the current car position if no destination data has been entered. The crosshair can then be moved with the cursor buttons. The screen display will be different depending on how the Scroll function is set in the function list of the map display(vgl. Seite 148). When ; Scrolling (scroll on) is set, the cursor remains at the centre of the screen while the map is accordingly shifted. With ; Scrolling (scroll off) the cursor is moved and the section of the map displayed at the edge of the map is changed. You can change the map scale with the Scale function in the function list. For this set cursor buttons 8 or 2 and confirm with OK-button.

The function list can be closed at any time by pressing the button 4.
Tip: First select a rough scale in order to specify your destination. Afterwards, select a smaller scale in order to precisely mark your destination with the crosshair. Destinations which are not in the digitised area can also be selected. Make certain to have the correct side of the road when targeting a destination on main roads.
To store the selected position as the destination address: Open the function list by pressing the OK-button. Select the Store Dest. function. Select Guidance in the Navigation menu in order to calculate a route to the destination address indicated. See also Guidance screen on page 147.
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Guidance Transfer from address book / destination memory If the desired destination address is already in the address book, or if the destination address is one of the last 10 destinations entered, then you can easily transfer the address as the destination address: Select the Address Book option in the Navigation menu. Select the Load Address function in the popup menu that appears. In the next popup menu select the corresponding address book category (Private or Business) or the destination memory for the last 10 destinations. Select an entry from the list that appears.
After transferring a destination address select Guidance in order to calculate a route to the destination address indicated. See also Guidance screen on page 147.
Address book entries can also be loaded as destination addresses in the Address Book menu by using the Load Address function. Then select Guidance in order to calculate a route to the loaded destination address. Points of Interest Points of interests are destinations / facilities, the exact address of which is often unknown to you (e.g. filling stations, workshops, hospitals, airports, etc.). Points of interest can be selected from the following lists. Close to car: points of interest near the current car location At destination: Destinations close to the destination address already entered. National importance: Institution / destination of national importance For selection of a point of interest for guidance: Select the Points of Int. / Junction: option in the Navigation menu. Select the corresponding list for the points of interest (see above). The At Destination list is not available until a valid target destination has been entered. A list of the categories of points of interest is shown. Select the desired category (e.g. filling station, hotel, etc.). The buttonboard is displayed if there is a larger number of points of interest available in the database. Enter the name of the desired facility or select List. Select the desired facility from the list.

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Route Information (Info menu)
The Info menu is invoked by selecting the Info function in the function lists of the guidance screens. The following information / functions are available: Message selection* Selection list for TMC messages which are outputted both on screen and audibly (messages in the list marked with ; are outputted1) Traffic on route* List of traffic disruptions on the route planned Local traffic info* List of traffic disruptions within a radius of 400 km from present car location Traffic at dest.* List of traffic disruptions within a radius of 400 km from next via point / destination Route selection Selection list for route criterion; see Route Criteria on page 146. Setting can be changed (route is automatically recalculated). Route list* List of roads on the route planned Info on car pos. Invoke list of points of special interest in the vicinity of the car location, see Points of Interest. Next via point Display of next via point in the list of via points. * Function only available with RDS TMC source2 connected. Return to Start Menu with Return.
1) Urgent traffic messages cannot be switched off. See Dynamic Guidance with TMC Traffic Information 2) See System enhancements on page 164. 152
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Dynamic Guidance with TMC Traffic Information
(only with RDS TMC source connected and map CD with TMC data) With the RDS TMC (Traffic Message Channel) you always have an overview of the current traffic situation on your route. Together with an optional RDS TMC source (radio or TMC enhancement) the system shows you where accidents, traffic jams or road works are on the map. During guidance the system informs you about all traffic obstructions on your route which are covered by TMC. TMC voice messages If you have TMC reception then all TMC traffic announcements on your route are provided as voice messages (on with voice on, see151). Repeat TMC messages? Press the REP-button on the remote control. You hear the current guidance information and the latest TMC message. Display of TMC traffic information Note the following points if you use a TMC radio: Switch on the radio. Select a TMC station. The status line of the display shows the TMC status: TMC / Name (green) TMC information available; TMC display, station name or name of the traffic information provider TMC (black) No TMC database on CD There is information about traffic obstructions on a (red) planned route Less than 5 km to traffic obstruction on planned route; a (green) detour opportunity TMC (red) TMC reception disrupted / no TMC station set If new information is received about a traffic obstruction on the planned route, then an audible message which can be repeated by pressing the REP-button is provided.

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Bypassing a traffic obstruction
An appropriate voice message is provided approximately 5 kilometres before the last turn-off opportunity before reaching a traffic obstruction. The function list is automatically opened in the guidance and split screens. The list contains the new function Detour, with which the system can be prompted to plan a new route for bypassing the traffic obstruction. The route is recalculated for the next 15 km at most, depending on where the end of the traffic obstruction is. If you want to bypass the traffic obstruction: Select Detour in the function list. Select the Plan Detour option in the menu that appears. The system plans a new route within seconds.

Automatic re-routing

If you do not follow the advice provided by the system and / or use another route than that planned by the system, then the system automatically plans a new route.

Plan Alternative Route

You can have the navigation system plan an alternative route for a selectable distance during guidance.
Use this function, for example, if you want to avoid a traffic jam or if you do not agree with the currently planned route.
The alternative route will be calculated for the specified distance from the present car location. Press the ALT-R-button. If you want to change the value for Distance (route distance for which an alternative route is to be planned; adjustable between 1 and 15 km): Select the value under Distance. Adjust the value with the help of cursor buttons 2 (1) or 8 (+1). Press the OK-button. The entered value is now stored. Now select the Yes option. The system calculates a new route within seconds.
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Calculated travel time and time of arrival
The navigation system uses the factory-set mean cruising speed of a standard passenger car in order to calculate the remaining travel time and the estimated time of arrival. If the times indicated in the status line (arrival time and / or remaining travel time) significantly deviate from the actual values, then you can change the average speed (see the following section). This may, for example, be necessary if you are using your navigation system in a lorry. Adjustment of average speed Select the Settings function in the Start Menu. Select the System Information function in the Settings menu. Select the Speed Correction function in the following menu. A sliding control for the correction factor appears (50150 %). Set the desired value with cursor buttons 4 () or 6 (+). Press the OK-button. The value for average speed is now changed, the remaining travel time and the estimated time of arrival are recalculated accordingly and, depending on the setting, displayed in the status line.

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Additional functions

Address book (destination memory)
The navigation system provides you with the option of storing 100 destination addresses in a personal address book which is divided into 2 categories (Business and Private). This function is particularly advantageous for frequently used destination addresses. Storing addresses in address book As a rule, addresses are stored as follows: Select the Navigation function in the Start Menu. The Navigation menu appears. Enter the data for the address which is to be stored under Country, City, Road and where applicable Points of int. / Junction
A house number can only be entered if the corresponding information is available on the map CD. Select the Address Book function to store the address. Select the Store Address function in the popup menu that appears. The Store Address function cannot be accessed if the address book memory is full; if necessary, delete addresses that are no longer required. Then select the respective address book category (Business and / or Private). The address display is then stored. The address immediately transferred as the destination address and guidance is started with the Guidance function. Addresses can also be entered in the Address Book menu and stored in the address book with the help of the Store Address function. Editing addresses in address book Select the Address Book function in the Start Menu. If, for example, you would like to load an address for editing, then select the Load Address function (not accessible if no addresses have been stored in the address book). If you want to delete an entry, then select the Delete Address function. Select the desired address book category. A list with the names of the stored addresses is then displayed (only if the list is not empty). Press the cursor button 6 and entire address will be displayed.
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Additional functions Confirm the address selection by pressing the OK-button. The selected address is deleted or shown in the Address Book menu where it can now be modified and stored again.
Select the Guidance function in the menu if you want to activate guidance for the address shown in the Address Book menu. Storing car position in the address book The current car position can be easily stored in the address book: Select the Address Book function in the Start Menu. Select the Store Car Position function in the Address Book menu. Select the category for the address book in the popup menu that appears. In order to edit an address (e.g. provide it with a name), you must first load the address from the address book and then store it in the address book again. Load address from destination memory / delete destination memory You can also load one of the last 10 stored destination addresses as the destination address as follows: Select the Address Book function in the Start Menu. Select the Load Address function in the Address Book menu. Select the Last Destination option in the popup menu that appears. A list of the last 10 destinations appears. Select the desired entry. The selected address is now displayed in the Address Book menu. You can activate guidance for this address by selecting the Guidance function. The destination memory can be completely deleted. Select the Delete Address function in the Address Book menu. Select the Last Destination in the popup menu. A security check is made to prevent you from deleting an entry by mistake.

Depending on the CD entries, the corresponding symbol of the last selected category for Points of Interest appears in the map display. The symbols (for facilities of general interest) mean the following:
Symbol Meaning Chemist Automobile club Hire car company Car repair Railway station Bank Council office Library Education Embassy Bus station Monument Shopping centre Ferry Fire station Airport Tourist information ATM Court house Golf course Hotel Industrial estate Marina Symbol Meaning Cinema Church Clinic Hospital Cultural centre Military base Museum P+ R Park Car park Police Post office Services Restaurant Tourist attraction Sports centre City centre Petrol station Theatre Entertainment Amusement park Destination
A % c r e $ G o L O Q D S F f a I u g Y h i m
& K J H k n M R p P B b q E x X C T U y V Z
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TMC symbols

Here you find an overview with all of the TMC information shown in the guidance and map displays. This information is shown only if an RDS TMC radio is connected to your navigation system or a TMC enhancement is installed.

Symbol

Meaning
Meaning Accident Slow-moving or queuing traffic Stationary traffic Delays, waiting periods Exceptional vehicles Narrow road sections No parking possibility Vehicle on wrong carriageway Partly closed roads Smog alert Overhead clearance restriction Observe information on the radio!
For small map scales (e.g. for 100 km, 50 km, 20 km) or outside of the planned route:

U B J W g v p G c S D r

> a
Road obstruction in the direction of travel indicated Road obstruction in both directions
In the detailed illustration (on the planned route) and in the guidance display:

R A F Y K N H

Roadworks Danger Slippery road Bad weather conditions Bad roadway Bad visibility Heavy wind
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Default settings

With the Default Settings function in the Settings menu you can reset the settings to the factory-adjusted values; see the following table.
Setting for Security module Time zone Time format Date format Units of measurement Audible info. Volume (aud. messages) GALA Day colour Night colour Map Colour Statusline left Statusline right Route selection (route criterion) Minimise toll roads Speed correction Video configuration Factory-adjusted value Active hour format Day / Month / Year On Middle setting (0) Off Blue Dark blue Auto. switching Remaining travel time Estimated time of arrival Fastest Deactivated 100 % Multimediabox not connected km / m: Display in kilometres and metres

System does not react to presses of the buttons if remote control is not in its holder. System reacts very slowly to presses of the buttons or requires a very long time for calculation. Guidance option cannot be selected in the Navigation menu. System plans no route although a destination was entered. Guidance information not audible.
Some of the items shown in the instruction manual are not visible in the status line.
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Symptoms Colour of the satellite symbol on the GPS logo is constantly red. Possible cause / remedy No satellite reception (e.g. in garages, multistorey car parks or tunnels). Make sure that the GPS antenna is not covered by any objects. Make sure that an appropriate CD is inserted with the label side facing up in the CD player. The CD might be dirty. Try to clean the CD with a special CD cleaning fluid. Adjust the time zone in the Settings menu, Date / Clock option. Address book is full. Delete one or more entries that are no longer required. An inaccuracy of max. 30 m is within the tolerance limits. Please contact your authorised VDO Dayton dealer if greater inaccuracies frequently occur. Bad GPS reception for an extended period (e.g. as a result of poor reception conditions). The position is automatically corrected when there is sufficient GPS reception. If necessary, wait a few minutes. It is possible that the car position calculated by the navigation system is wrong at the moment. The routing may have been changed and does not correspond with the information stored on the map CD. Poor / disrupted TMC reception. Where RDS TMC radio is connected: Switch on radio, switch on TMC mode on the radio and tune to an RDS station broadcasting TMC traffic information (see radio manual).
Display shows no No CD in navigation computer! or Incorrect CD in navigation computer!. CD is ejected by the navigation system without the I button being pressed. Current time in the status line is wrong. Address cannot be stored in the address book. Guidance is not precise.
Displayed car position does not correspond to actual car position.
Guidance information does not correspond with actual traffic situation.
TM logo in the status line is constantly red, no traffic information is displayed on the map.
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