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|winkater5||5:23am on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|I bought this Navman F10 sat nav on impulse, but this has turned out to be a good impulse. It is easy to set up and when mounted. The Navman F10 is not too bad. Maps are a bit old or at leat the information around them is - hotels.|
|jendrzych||3:13pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|easy to use and good clear instructions postcode can cover large areas and some streets not on map|
|kHd1dt9PBj||7:13pm on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|I got this for my Dad for his birthday and he absolutely loves it! I have found the Navman F10 to be easy to install in my vehicle and also simple to transfer over to another vehicle if needed.|
|haji||4:28am on Saturday, May 29th, 2010|
|Simple and easy to use. Only has car cigarette lighter charger. no software to update subscriptions. No traffic alerts. in real terms. easy to use none very to use and so far very accurate at finding destinations none as yet|
|Jonn22XVA1||3:40pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Say goodbye to the Road Atlas I have the use of Sat Nav via my phone, so I am used to using one.|
|sherilynws||6:50pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Had the Navman F10 for a few months now. Generally I find it very good, although every now and then it gets confused.|
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To prevent the Select Language screen from displaying on each start-up, clear the Show on start-up check box. You can change your preferred language while using your Navman (see "Language" on page 58).
Read the warning message a) b) The Safety Agreement screen will display after you have selected your preferred language. Read the Safety Agreement message. To confirm that you have read and understood the message, tap Accept. The Tutorial will display.
View the Tutorial When you have accepted the Safety Agreement, the first Tutorial screen will display. To prevent the Tutorial from displaying again on start-up, clear the Show on start-up check box. To move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap To view the previous screen, tap.
To view the Tutorial again while using your Navman, see "Tutorial" on page 64. When you have finished the Tutorial, the 3D Map screen will display. If you have a GPS fix, your current location will be displayed on the map.
How do I adjust the volume?
The volume on your Navman can be adjusted by the volume control on the Volume preference screen. To mute the volume from the map screens, tap To adjust the volume, tap and hold and then tap.
to display the Volume preference screen.
For more information on how to adjust the volume on your Navman, see Volume on page 54.
How do I monitor the battery status?
Your Navman has an internal battery that when fully charged, should provide power for up to 3 hours. The battery indicator light indicates the level of internal battery charge: Green - battery full Orange - battery charging You can monitor battery power status on the Power screen. To access the Power screen, tap and hold on the map screens.
How do I charge the battery?
The Battery Status bar displays External Power while the battery is charging; when the battery is fully charged, the Battery Status bar will display at 100%. To charge your Navman in a vehicle, plug the in-vehicle charger into on the bottom of your Navman and the other end into the vehicle power socket.
F15/F25 | What are the main screens I will use?
What are the main screens I will use?
Main Menu screen
The Main Menu screen is your starting point for searching for a destination and allows you to customize preferences. The Main Menu can be accessed from the map screens by tapping of any screen. or by tapping the status bar at the bottom
There are four map screens used to view the route to your destination: 3D Map 2D Map Route Overview Turn by Turn The Map screens can be accessed from the Main Menu screen by tapping You can cycle through the different map screens by pressing will display briefly as your cycle through).
on any map screen (the name of the map screen
For more information on the map screens, see "How do I view my route?" on page 32. For information on using the Map menu from the 3D Map and 2D Map screens, see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 40.
F15/F25 | How do I navigate with GPS?
How do I navigate with GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is accurate to within 5m (15ft). GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites that orbit the Earth at around 20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellite transmits a range of signals which are utilized by GPS receivers, such as your Navman, to determine an exact location. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites at any time, only four signals are required to provide a position or "GPS fix" (latitude and longitude), for vehicle navigation systems.
How does my Navman receive GPS signals?
Your Navman receives GPS signals via the internal GPS antenna. To guarantee the optimum GPS signal strength, ensure your Navman is outdoors, or in a vehicle outdoors, and has an unobstructed view of the sky. GPS reception is not usually affected by weather, however, very heavy rain or snow may have a negative effect on your reception.
How do I view my GPS status?
You can view your GPS status at any time from the map screens or the Viewfinder screen. displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable. To indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix, displays between one and four green vertical bars.
To view your GPS status in more detail, see "GPS Status" on page 56. To set your GPS mode, see Setting your GPS mode on page 57.
F15/F25 | How do I go from A to B?
How do I go from A to B?
Your Navman is equipped with maps that provide street-level detail for door-to-door navigation, including Points of Interest such as accommodation, parking areas, petrol stations, railway stations and airports. When you.
know the address of your destination want to make multiple stops need to find a named site, feature, landmark or public venue
use the address-entry wizard to enter the address on page 15. use the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen to enter multiple waypoints on page 19. search for a Point of Interest on page 24.
WARNING For your safety, enter destination information before you start a journey. Do not enter a destination while driving.
What if I miss a turn?
Back-On-Track Automatic Rerouting You will be redirected if you make a wrong turn. A message informing you that your route is being re-calculated will display at the top of the screen. To cancel a route re-calculation tap. A warning will display, asking you to confirm the cancellation. If confirmed, both the re-calculation and your current route will be cancelled.
How do I search for an address?
Enter a destination using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Preview screens, which used together form an address-entry wizard. This section provides a case study to help guide you through setting your destination.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Open the Destination Search screen Select the country Search for the city/area Search for the street Search for the house number Tap.
Case Study: How do I search for an address?
This case study will show you how to enter an address and how to navigate to it. The address we will be using in this example is: 1 Navman Street Westminster London SW1A 2AH United Kingdom
Note: The above address is fictitious and used as an example only. Tip: Before you enter your destination address, ensure that you have set your route preferences. For more information, see Route Options on page 46.
1. Open the Destination Search screen
The Destination Search screen will display.
Note: If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from more than one country installed, then the Select a map screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen. Go directly to step 2b. The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
Use the Keyboard screen to enter Navman Street as the street name of your destination, then tap the search result.
Note: There may be multiple matches for a particular street name. Long streets that run through several neighbouring areas, and common street names will produce search results ordered by their city or area name.
Use the Keyboard screen to enter 1 as the house number of your destination. The Preview screen will display.
Tap Add. The waypoint is automatically saved and the Multi-stop-Trip screen will display.
Complete one or more of the following: If you want to.
add another waypoint Note: Waypoints added after a multi-stop trip has commenced will not be included in the current route. navigate to your selected destination
tap Add. The Add To Trip Menu will display. return to step 1a.
tap. The Preview screen will display. tap. The 3D Map screen will display the calculated route.
change the order of your waypoints
tap a destination point to move. The Preview screen will display. tap Up or Down. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will redisplay. tap Clear. tap a destination point to delete. The Preview screen will display. tap Delete. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will redisplay. tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as Favourite. The Favourite will be saved.
delete all waypoints delete one waypoint
save the multi-stop trip as a Favourite
How do I skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip?
To skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip, complete the following: 1. Tap the map. The Map Menu will display.
Tap Route, then Skip Waypoint. The next waypoint will be skipped and the route recalculated to the following waypoint.
How do I search for a Point of Interest (POI)?
A POI is a named site, feature, landmark or public venue which can be displayed as an icon on the map. POIs are grouped by type, such as petrol stations, parks, beaches and museums. Select a POI using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Preview screens, which used together form a POI-entry wizard.
Tip: You can also quickly search for certain POIs based upon your current location via the Main Menu screen.
This section provides a case study to help guide you through finding or setting your POI as a destination.
. Tap Your Navman will calculate the route from your current location. The 3D Map screen will display.
How do I navigate to My Home?
If you have not set an address as My Home, the first time you try to navigate to My Home you will be prompted to search for an address using the address-entry wizard.
Option 1 - Via the Main Menu
Your Navman will calculate the route from your current location. The 3D Map screen will display.
Option 2 - Via the Favourite Destinations screen
From the Favourite Destinations screen, select My Home. The Preview screen will display.
How do I edit the name of a Favourite?
From the Favourite Destinations screen, select a Favourite to edit. The Favourite Preview screen will display.
Tap Edit. The Edit Name screen will display.
3. 4. 5.
To edit the name of the Favourite, tap
After you have edited the Favourite name, tap The Edit Name screen will display. Complete one of the following: If you want to.
rename the Favourite save as My Home
tap Save. The Favourite is saved. The Favourite Preview screen will display. tap Save as My Home. The Favourite is saved as My Home. The My Home Preview screen will display.
How do I delete a Favourite?
From the Favourite Destinations screen, select a Favourite to delete. The Preview screen will display.
Tap Delete. The Favourite is deleted. The Favourite Destinations screen will display.
F15/F25 | How do I navigate to a recent location?
How do I navigate to a recent location?
To make navigating to an address easier, your Navman will automatically save all your start locations and destinations in a list of recent locations.
Tap a recent location. The Preview screen will display.
calculate the route and open the 3D Map screen
Tap. The 3D Map screen will display. tap More. The Recent Destination Details screen will display. tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as My Home. tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as Favourite.
view the full address details of the recent location save the recent location as My Home
save the recent location as a Favourite
F15/F25 | How do I view my route?
How do I view my route?
When a route has been calculated, the 3D Map screen will display. You will be directed to your destination by spoken and visual instructions.
The Map button cycles through the 3D Map and 2D Map screens.
3D Map screen
The 3D Map screen displays your current position and follows your direction of travel. Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map. Tap the map to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 40).
Your Navman can calculate a route that avoids a specified area on the map. Avoid Areas are displayed as shaded areas.
CAUTION If no alternative route around an Avoid Area exists, the route calculation will fail. CAUTION If your destination is in an Avoid Area, you will be routed into that Avoid Area.
How do I add an Avoid Area?
1. 2. 3. Tap the 3D Map or 2D Map screen to display the Map Menu. Select Add Avoid Area. Tap and drag to set the Avoid Area to the correct size and position. The Avoid Area is added.
How do I delete an Avoid Area?
1. 2. 3. Find the Avoid Area that you want to delete. Tap the Avoid Area to display the Map Menu. Select Un-Avoid Area. The Avoid Area is deleted.
How do I delete all Avoid Areas?
The Saved Information screen will display. 1. 2. Tap Delete Avoid Areas. When the Caution dialog-box opens, tap Yes to confirm. All Avoid Areas are permanently deleted.
F15/F25 | How do I preview a route?
How do I preview a route?
Route demonstration allows you to: Preview a route. Plan and view a route without a GPS fix, such as when you are inside a building. The following steps will show you how to preview one route.
1. Select a departure point
If you have a GPS fix, you do not need to select a departure point unless you want the demonstrated route to start elsewhere. a) Tap the 3D Map or 2D Map screen at your departure point. The Map Menu will display.
Tap Route. The Route submenu will display. Tap Set As Start. The Map Menu will close, and the selected point is set as your departure point.
2. Select a destination point
Set a destination either by using the address entry wizard or by using the Map Menu: a) b) c) Locate your destination. Tap your destination to display the Map Menu. Tap Navigate To. The Map Menu will close and the map screen will display the calculated route.
3. Demonstrate the route
Once the route has been determined, you can demonstrate the route by completing the following: a) b) c) Tap the map screen to display the Map Menu. Tap Route. The Route submenu will display. Tap Demonstrate. The 3D Map screen will display the calculated route in Route Demonstration mode.
F15/F25 | How do I view my route statistics?
How do I view my route statistics?
Your Navman provides information on your: distance traveled average speed maximum speed time taken for trip stationary time. Trip information is presented in two different ways. These are: information for the current trip information for all trips to date, or since the tripmeter was last reset.
How do I view statistics on my current route?
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen is used to view statistical information for your current trip. a) Press and hold the Information button.
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display.
view statistics for your trips to date reset the tripmeter
tap to display the Tripmeter - Global screen. tap Reset. tap Yes to reset. The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display.
How do I view statistics of my trips to date?
The Tripmeter - Global screen is used to view statistical information for all of your trips to date, or since the trip meter was last reset. a) From the Tripmeter - Current Route screen, tap The Tripmeter - Global screen will display.
view statistics for your current route reset the tripmeter
tap to display the Tripmeter - Current Route screen. tap Reset. A Warning dialog box will display. tap Yes to reset. The Tripmeter - Global screen will display.
F15/F25 | What can I customize?
What can I customize?
There are various customization options available to enhance your navigation experience. The Preferences menu screens are accessed by pressing
To move forward through the Preferences screens, tap To revisit the previous screen, tap.
You can enhance your navigation experience by modifying aspects of your route and route calculation.
Route Calculation 1/4
Complete the following: If you want to.
change the route type
move the Route Type slider towards Fastest time to give high priority to the fastest time when calculating a route. move the Route Type slider towards Shortest distance to give high priority to the shortest distance when calculating a route. Note: Changing shortest distance over faster time can cause much longer journey time.
change the preference for motorways
move the Preference for Motorways slider towards Less often to use roads other than Motorways where possible when calculating a route. Note: This option may not completely remove Motorways from a route. move the Preference for Motorways slider towards More often to use Motorways where possible when calculating a route.
Your preferences are automatically saved.
Road Types 2/4
avoid toll roads receive a warning if your route includes toll roads avoid unsurfaced roads receive a warning if your route includes unsurfaced roads avoid ferry routes
select the Toll roads check box in the Avoid column. select the Toll roads check box in the Warn column. The warning will display at the start of every trip containing a toll road. select the Unsurfaced roads check box in the Avoid column. select the Unsurfaced roads check box in the Warn column. The warning will display at the start of every trip containing unsurfaced roads. select the Ferry routes check box in the Avoid column. Note: Selecting Ferry routes does not allow you to travel between continents or even countries.
receive a warning if your route includes ferry routes
select the Ferry routes check box in the Warn column. The warning will display at the start of every trip containing ferry routes.
Driver Alerts 3/4
enable a visual warning if the Main Menu screen is accessed in a moving vehicle enable a warning chime when traveling at or above a designated speed select your preferred speed
select the Warn me not to operate my Navman while driving check box. select the Alert me when my speed exceeds check box. select your preferred speed from the Speed box.
Data Recording 4/4
record a GPS log of your trips
select the Enable GPS data logging check box.
You can change the look and behaviour of the Map screens by customizing the Map Display preferences.
Map Display 1/3
change the map colour scheme set the screen contrast to automatically adjust improve screen contrast in light or dark conditions
select your preferred scheme from the Map Scheme box. select the Auto day/night option. select either the Day or the Night option to manually adjust the contrast.
Map Display 2/3
enable automatic zooming during navigation display North at the top of the 2D Map screen
select the Auto-zoom on main map screens check box. If selected, the 3D Map screen will automatically zoom in or out, depending on your speed, to allow optimal viewing of your route. select the Keep North at top of 2D Map screen check box. Note: If not selected, the direction you are travelling in will display at the top of the 2D Map screen. select the Show no-entry road signs check box.
display no entry icons on no entry roads on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens
reset the GPS
tap Reset GPS.
Set GPS Mode 2/2
use GPS use WAAS use EGNOS
select the Normal option. select the WAAS (only available in USA) option. select the EGNOS (only available in Europe) option.
Note: WAAS - Wide Area Augmentation System is a navigation system developed for civil aviation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a division of the United States Department of Transportation (DOT). EGNOS - European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service is a satelite based augmentation system (SBAS) under development by the European Space Agency, the European Commission and EUROCONTROL. Tip: You should only change the default setting if you are experiencing poor GPS performance.
enable voice guidance change the voice scheme
select the Enable voice guidance check box. select your preferred voice scheme from the Voice Guidance box. Note: Only voice schemes that are compatible with the chosen language are displayed.
change the on-screen language
select your preferred language from the Language box and tap Yes. Your language preference is saved and the map screen is displayed.
show the Tutorial when you turn on your Navman show the Language Selection screen when you turn on your Navman
select the Show the Tutorial checkbox. select the Show the Language Selection screen checkbox.
The Battery Status bar shows the percentage of power left in the Navman battery; the words External Power will display when the battery is charging from an external power source. To charge the battery, see "How do I monitor the battery status?" on page 11.
use an alphabetic keyboard for entering information use a QWERTY keyboard for entering information use a keypad-type keyboard (predictive text) when searching for an address
select the Use alphabetic type (a, b, c.) option. select the Use QWERTY type option. select the Use keypad type (abc, def.) for address searches check box.
How does predictive text (abc, def) work?
Predictive text allows addresses to be searched by a single key-press for each letter, as opposed to the multiple keypresses. As you enter a letter of an address, your Navman will compare all possible combinations against the maps you have installed and determine which address you intended to type. For example: To enter London, tap JKL MNO MNO DEF Your Navman will compare all possible combinations and display London as a search result. You can add further letters to narrow the search.
You can change the units used by your Navman by customizing the measurements preferences.
change the time format change the distance units1
select either the 12 hour or 24 hour option select your preferred distance unit type from the Distance Units options.
Only available when AU English, UK English or US English language is selected. 62
change the latitude, longitude position format
select either the Decimal degrees or the Degrees, minutes and seconds option.
The Tutorial displays when you turn your Navman on, unless you have cleared the Show tutorial on start-up check box. You can view the Tutorial at any other time:
To prevent the Tutorial from displaying again on startup, clear the Show on start-up check box to clear it. To move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap To revisit the previous screen, tap.
This preference contains copyright and trademark information.
delete recent locations delete Favourites delete avoid areas restore factory default settings
tap Delete Recent Locations. tap Delete Favourite Destinations. tap Delete Avoid Areas. tap Restore Factory Defaults. Note: The Restore Factory Defaults option does not delete recent locations or saved Favourite destinations.
clear all settings; for example, for use in a rental car
complete all of the above.
When the warning dialog box displays, tap Yes.
F15/F25 | Reference
Point of Interest categories
Airline Access Amusement Park Bank Boat Ramp Building Car Dealer Cash Dispenser Centre of Settlement Cinema College or University Concert Hall, Music Centre, Opera Courthouse Dentist Drive-Through Bottle Shop Emergency Medical Service Fire Station General POI Government Office Hotel or Motel Important Tourist Attraction Library Monument Mountain Peak Night life Park and Recreation Area Pharmacy
Airport Arts or Cultural Centre Beach Breakdown Service, Car Repair Facility Camping Ground Caravan Park, Trailer Park Casino Church City Centre Company Convention Centre, Exhibition Centre Cultural Centre Doctor Embassy Ferry Terminal Frontier Crossing Golf course Hospital/Polyclinic Ice Skating Rink Leisure Centre, Sports Centre Military Cemetery Mountain Pass Museum Open Parking Area Petrol station Place of Worship
Police Station Railway Station Rest Area Scenic or Panoramic View Shop Stadium Tennis Court Tourist Information Office Vehicle Equipment Provider Water Sports Yacht Basin
Post Office Rent-a car Parking Restaurant Area School Shopping Centre Swimming Pool Theatre Travel Agency Veterinarian Winery Zoological park (zoo)
WARNING This product, its packaging and its components contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm. This Notice is being provided in accordance with Californias Proposition 65. Note: For regulatory identification purposes, Navman F15 is assigned a model number of N188. The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Marking labels located on the exterior of your Navman indicate the regulations that your model complies with. Please check the marking labels on your Navman and refer to the corresponding statements in this chapter. Some notices apply to specific models only. Products with the CE marking comply with Radio & Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE) (1999/5/EC), the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC) and the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) - issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Standards: EN 301 489-1: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM), Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements. EN 301 489-17: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM), Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2,4 GHz wideband transmission systems and 5 GHz high performance RLAN equipment. EN 55022: Radio disturbance characteristics EN 55024: Immunity characteristics EN 61000-3-2: Limits for harmonic current emissions EN 61000-3-3: Limitation of voltage fluctuation and flicker in low-voltage supply system IEC 60950-1:2001: Product Safety The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for modifications made by the User and the consequences thereof, which may alter the conformity of the product with the CE Marking. The software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group. The software application uses a modified version of the Minimal XML Library. The Minimal XML library and its use are covered by the GNU Lesser General Public License (www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html). The modified source code is available from: www.navman.com/files/mxml.zip.
2008 MiTAC International Corporation. Navman is either a registered trademark or trademark of MiTAC International Corporation and is used under licence by Navman Technology NZ Ltd. All rights reserved. The software contains proprietary information of Navman; it is provided under a licence agreement containing restrictions on use and disclosure and is also protected by copyright law. Reverse engineering of the software is prohibited. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Navman. Back-On-Track, Drive-Away, NavDesk, Smart and Turn-by-Turn are either registered trademarks or trademarks of MiTAC International Corporation and are used under licence by Navman Technology NZ Ltd. All rights reserved. Location Identifiers 2005 International Air Transport Association. POI Data 2007 InfoUSA. All other trademarks and registrations are the property of their respective owners. Published in New Zealand.
F15/F25 | For more information
For more information
Safety camera information
Note: Safety camera information is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Your Navman contains pre-loaded safety camera information. To extend your safety camera subscription, purchase the NavDesk DVD to install the NavDesk software on your computer.
Note: A USB cable will be required.
For technical support with your Navman, please refer to your retailer.
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