Magellan Explorist 210
Magellan Explorist 210 GPS, size: 2.5 MB
Magellan Explorist 210 Quick Start
Magellan Explorist 210 Reference Manual
5.8 oz, 2.2″ x 1.3″ x 4.7″, Built-in antenna, 500 WPs
The eXplorist 210 features the largest built-in memory for the price in a compact GPS. It has 22 MB available memory for downloading optional MapSend maps and digital content. Always know where you are and where you're going with reliable TrueFix technology. The robust 8 MB built-in basemap includes roads, parks, waterways, airports and more.
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User reviews and opinions
|JimmieC||8:48am on Friday, September 3rd, 2010|
|Cache points downloadable, easy to use, accurate. Clumbsy to use internet download feature, but worth the time|
|oasys||5:44pm on Thursday, August 12th, 2010|
|Better Options Available I owned one of these and it failed after < 1 year off of extremely light use. distance accuracy problem I purchased this for bicycle use, running use and small boat use. My only functional desires are to have an odometer. Tough as nails This thing is built like a tank. It has taken some pretty hard knocks and kept on working. Not even skipped a beat. For example.|
|overtime_e||10:44pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|I use mine for Geocaching. Excellent cross section between function and price. Very mature product. It has all the features of the eXplorist 400. I used the software from my friend who has an Explorist 400 and its good software, but expensive.|
|bogl||1:54pm on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|I have been trying to use this for 3 weeks. non Non working waypoint function, India based support|
|buy phentermine online||12:35am on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|Durable, Reliable, and easy to use. Blends in with the brush if you drop it..... Very good for geocaching. none|
|tarpoon||5:33pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Despite the incredibly cheap price tag that this gps unit has it is still a good investment.|
|ennemm||1:31pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|Great for hiking, camping, off-roading, etc. Needs a method for attaching an external antennae though for use while driving.|
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Features of the Magellan eXplorist GPS receiver:
Built-in background map (8 MB) High-definition grayscale display Preloaded points of interest Rugged design, rubber-protected 22 MB of usable memory
Superior tracking with 14 parallel channels TrueFix GPS technology 3 meter accuracy (WAAS/EGNOS) Multiple track logs Pocket-sized and waterproof to IPX-6
Display Backlight Button ENTER
ZOOM OUT Arrow Joystick MENU
ZOOM IN GOTO
On/Off Backlight ENTER Turns the eXplorist on or off. Turns the display backlight on. Sequences from off to low to high intensity. Used to access highlighted menu items or accept highlighted buttons.
Cancels data inputs. Closes the accessed function and goes back to the last viewed screen. Steps backwards through the navigation screens. Used on the Map screen to zoom in the map displayed. The map display can be zoomed in to 100 ft. (35.0 m). Also used to quickly step through the list of POIs when doing an alphabetical search. Used on the Map screen to zoom out the map displayed. The map display can be zoomed out to 1700 mi (2700 km). Also used to quickly step through the list of POIs when doing an alphabetical search. Brings up a menu with available options. Options can be selected by using the arrow joystick to highlight the option and pressing ENTER to access it. Steps through the navigation screens. (Map screen > Compass screen > Position screen > Satellite Status screen) Used to save your present position as a point of interest. Points of interest that you save are stored in the My Points of Interest portion of the database. Creates a one-leg route from your present position to a destination selected from the Points of Interest database or by using the cursor on the background map Pans the cursor on the Map screen. Moves the highlight bar to select menu options and data entry fields.
Stand where the satellite signals are being blocked by large obstructions (such as buildings, in a narrow canyon, etc.) If you find that the eXplorist is not computing a position, just move to a place that has a better view of the sky. Anytime you want to view the status of the satellites and their signal strength, switch to the Satellite Status screen. Here you will graphically see the satellites and their relative signal strength. You need at least three satellites with good signal strength (indicated by green bars) to compute your position. A computed position with only three satellites is termed a 2D position fix. When you are getting a 2D position fix, your elevation is not being computed. To add elevation to your position fix, you need at least four satellites with good signal strength. Positions that use four or more satellites are called 3D position fixes.
Step Two: Where Do You Want To Go?
Now that the eXplorist knows where you are, you need to tell it where you want to go. There are many different ways you can do this, but the simplest and most commonly used is a GOTO route. This is a one-leg route with a beginning (where you are now) and a destination (where you want to go). The destination is selected by using the Points of Interest database. This database has two main options; positions you have saved (My Points of Interest) or points of interest that have been preloaded into your eXplorist (Background Map). Creating a GOTO route is as simple as pressing the GOTO button and selecting the destination from the points of interest database.
Step Three: Calculating Movement
As you move, your eXplorist is constantly calculating new positions, comparing the new position to the previous position and calculating such things as heading and speed. This is all done in the eXplorists software communicating with the satellites and is instantaneously shown on your display.
Step Four: Providing Directions
Your eXplorist constantly computes a direct line from your present position to your destination. From that it will provide you instructions to guide you along that straight path. Unless you are on a large body of water, it will be unlikely that you will be able to follow these instructions exactly. To compensate for that, your eXplorist automatically updates the route, providing you with up-to-date information about getting to your destination. GOTO routes are the simplest and most commonly used feature of your eXplorist 210. With just the GOTO button the eXplorist will provide you with the tools needed to get to any point of interest stored in your database.
Press ENTER to continue.
Compute Initial Position. For this operation, it is best if you are outside and have a clear, unobstructed view of the sky. Without a clear view, this will take much longer and could result in the eXplorist being unable to compute the initial position automatically. The eXplorist begins to compute your initial position. This may take a few minutes as it is doing a cold start. Normally, when you first turn the eXplorist on it will compute your position in a manner of seconds as it is able to do a warm start. (An explanation of cold start vs. warm start is explained following this section.) The Satellite Status screen is displayed, showing you the progress of the collection of satellite data.
Satellite Status screen shows how many satellites are being tracked as well as the relative strength of the signal. The Satellite Status screen will continuously update and you will be able to graphically see how well your eXplorist is performing.
When the eXplorist has enough information to compute a position fix, the Satellite Status screen is replaced with the Map screen. The arrow cursor in the center of the Map screen represents your position. As you move, the arrow will point in the direction you are traveling. Tip: Use the ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT buttons to change the map scale to better see your present position.
If the eXplorist is unable to compute your initial fix in a few minutes: If the eXplorist determines that it is unable to track the satellites within two minutes, it will present you with the following screens in an effort to better determine its approximate location. Select Region. Use the arrow joystick to highlight the region that you are located in. With the region highlighted, press the ENTER button.
Select Area. This displays a list of areas for the region you selected. Use the arrow joystick to highlight the area that applies to you and press the ENTER button.
Enter Current Time. Use the arrow joystick to enter the current time. Arrow Joystick Up: Increases the highlighted number Arrow Joystick Down: Decreases the highlighted number Arrow Joystick Right: Moves the highlight one character to the right Arrow Joystick Left: Moves the highlight one character to the left Toggle between AM and PM by moving the arrow joystick up or down when AM or PM is highlighted. When you have entered the correct time, press ENTER.
The latitude and longitude that represents the center of the region and area you selected is displayed.
Enter the Date. Use the arrow joystick to set the date displayed to the current date. Arrow Joystick Up: Increases the highlighted number Arrow Joystick Down: Decreases the highlighted number Arrow Joystick Right: Moves the highlight one character to the right Arrow Joystick Left: Moves the highlight one character to the left
When the month is highlighted, use the arrow joystick up or down to scroll through the list of months. When you have entered the correct date, press ENTER. Accept Information. The Done button is highlighted at the bottom of the display. Review the information you entered and if correct press ENTER. Tip: If the time or the date is incorrect, you can fix them now. Use the arrow joystick to highlight the time or date field that you want to fix. With the field highlighted, press ENTER. You can now change the information using the same technique used before.
The Satellite Status screen is displayed again and the eXplorist will try to compute your position using the information you just provided. Tip: If you notice that the satellite signal strength bars are still not changing, try moving to a new location where you have a clearer view of the sky. As before, when the eXplorist computes the initial position, the Map screen will be displayed with your computed position indicated by the arrow cursor in the middle of the display.
Cold vs. Warm Start. When the eXplorist is turned on, one of the first things it does is to find out what satellites are overhead, along with their relative position. It does this by using a built-in satellite almanac. This almanac, when given the current date, time and approximate position, can provide the eXplorist with information on what satellites are overhead and their approximate relationship to the eXplorist. Now with information on satellite availability, the eXplorist can begin setting its internal satellite channels to receive satellite transmission. Cold Start. Cold start is defined as when the eXplorist does not have an approximate position to use when referring to its almanac. This can occur when: The eXplorist is turned on for the first time after purchase. The memory is cleared prior to shipping so any position that may have been in the eXplorist is set to a null value. If you have cleared the eXplorist's memory, (found in Preferences) all of the memory will be cleared and the last computed position will be set to a null value. If you have traveled with your eXplorist with it turned off, the last position saved may be so far away that when the eXplorist begins looking for satellites, the ones it is expecting to find, are not there. (As a rule of thumb, any time you move for more then 500 mi [804.7 km] with the eXplorist turned off, there is a good chance it will start up using a cold start.
Changing the Primary Usage
The Map screen can be changed to be primarily used on land (default) or marine. When in land usage, land areas are displayed as white areas on the display and water is displayed as dark gray. The opposite is true when the map is set for marine usage. (Water is white and land areas are displayed as dark gray.) This is provided as an option to provide you the ability to view the text and map details easier, depending on where you are navigating. To change the primary usage: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. While viewing the Map screen, press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Map Setup. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the Primary Usage field. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Marine or Land. Press ENTER. Press NAV to return to the Map screen.
Changing the Map Detail
The Map screen can be modified to show varying levels of map detail. This can be useful while viewing very dense areas of the map where some of the fine details may not be needed and clutter the display.
To change the map detail:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. While viewing the Map screen, press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Map Setup. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the Detail field. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Lowest, Low, Medium, High or Highest. Press ENTER. Press NAV to return to the Map screen.
Changing the Track Recording Intervals
As you move, your eXplorist is recording your journey (track). You can select how often the track points are recorded. In Auto mode, the eXplorist doesnt save track points when you are traveling in a straight line and only a few as you make turns. This saves memory and provides a track log that, while slightly jagged, is suitable for most applications. In Detailed Auto mode, the eXplorist does the same as in Auto mode, but the frequency of track points saved is increased, especially during turns. While this uses more memory, it provides a very accurate log of your travels. The other options are fixed interval track points. This instructs your eXplorist to record a track point at the interval you specify.
To change the track recoding intervals:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. While viewing the Map screen, press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Map Setup. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the Track Mode field. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Off, Auto, Auto Detailed or any of the fixed distance intervals. Press ENTER. Press NAV to return to the Map screen.
Customizing the Display
You can select what items are displayed on the Map screen. This can reduce clutter and/or emphasis those items you are interested in.
To customize the display:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. While viewing the Map screen, press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Map Setup. Press ENTER. Push the Arrow joystick left or right to highlight the Display tab. Push the Arrow joystick up or down to highlight the item you want to toggle on or off. Press ENTER. Mark All toggles all of the map items on, while Clear All toggles all of the map items off. When an item has a check mark next to it, it will be displayed on the Map screen. 7. Press NAV to return to the Map screen when you have the desired settings.
Note: if a position fix is not being computed or if only a 2D position fix (no elevation information) is being computed, a warning will be displayed asking you to confirm that you still want to save this position. When you save a 2D position fix you will notice that even though elevation was not computed, that a elevation value is included as part of the POI. This elevation is the last elevation that was computed by the eXplorist.
Tip: Later in this manual you will see a way to modify the icon, name and message of positions you have quick marked.
Marking Your Position (Personalized)
Normally, marking you position is simply a two button process, MARK and ENTER. However, sometimes you will want to personalize the POI you are marking to make it easier to identify later. You are able to change the icon, change the name, and create a message. (You are also able to change the location coordinates as well as the elevation. This changes the position that is being saved and is discussed in a following section. 1. 2. 3. 4a. Press MARK. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the field you want to change. Press ENTER. If the icon field was selected: Use the Arrow joystick to select the icon desired and press ENTER. To aid in your selection, the type of icon selected is displayed in the information block at the top of the keypad. If the Name field was selected. Use the Arrow joystick to select the character desired and press ENTER. If you make a mistake, highlight Back and press ENTER. To access the lower case characters, highlight Shift and press ENTER. To clear everything and start over, highlight CLEAR and press ENTER. When you are satisfied with the name, highlight OK and press ENTER. Mark Screen with Name field highlighted.
Note: User saved POI names can only be eight characters long (including spaces). 4c. If the Message field was selected. Use the keypad displayed just as was described in 4b to enter a message for this POI. Message fields can have up to 30 characters, including spaces. When the Icon, Name and Message fields are done, use the Arrow joystick to highlight Save. Press ENTER.
Making POIs for Locations other then your Present Position
Sometimes you may want to save a position that is not your present position. The eXplorist offers you two ways of doing that. You can modify the coordinates of your present position or you can use the Cursor mode of the Map screen to pan to the location you want to mark.
Marking a Position by Entering Coordinates
This method of marking a position would normally be used when you have gotten the coordinates for the position from a map or chart. It is also possible that you have gotten the coordinates from a friend and want to save this POI in your eXplorist database. Before beginning, make sure that your eXplorist has been set to use the same coordinate system that the coordinates you plan on entering are in. If not, you will have to go to Preferences and change the coordinate system used by your eXplorist. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press MARK. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the Location field. Press ENTER. Depending on the coordinate system used, the information will be different but the process is the same. Use the Arrow joystick in an up/ down motion to increase or decrease the value at the cursor point. To move the cursor point left or right, use the Arrow joystick in a left/right motion. Input the data on the first line of the Location field. When done, press ENTER and the cursor will drop to the second line. Continue inputting the data for the second line of the Location field. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Save. Press ENTER to save the new POI. Select the file to save the POI in and press ENTER. Entering new position coordinates.
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From here you can copy or view on the map the POI you have highlighted by pressing ENTER and selected the desired function from the menu. Detailed information on these functions can be found later in this manual.
Editing a User-Created POI
POIs that you have saved can be edited to change the icon, name, elevation and message. You can also change the location but keep in mind that this effectively is creating a new POI in a new location. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Pts of Interest. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick up/down to highlight My Pts of Interest. Use the Arrow joystick left/right to select Nearest or Alphabetical. Press ENTER. Locate the file where the POI has been saved and press ENTER. (The eXplorist will automatically open the default file.) Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the POI to be edited and press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Edit POI. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the field you want to change. Press ENTER.
13a. If the icon field was selected: Use the Arrow joystick to select the icon desired and press ENTER. To aid in your selection, the type of icon selected is displayed in the information block at the top of the keypad. 13b. If the Name field was selected. Use the Arrow joystick to select the character desired and press ENTER. If you make a mistake, highlight Back and press ENTER. To access the lower case characters, highlight Shift and press ENTER. To clear everything and start over, highlight CLEAR and press ENTER. When you are satisfied with the name, highlight OK and press ENTER. Note: User-entered POI names can be up to 20 characters long (including spaces). 13c. If the Message field was selected. Use the keypad displayed just as was described in 13b to enter a message for this POI. 13d. If the Vis (Visibility) field is selected: Press ENTER. Select On or Off and Press ENTER. 14. 15. When the Icon, Name and Message fields are done, use the Arrow joystick to highlight Save. Press ENTER. Editing an existing POI with the icon field highlighted.
Deleting a User-Created POI
POIs that you have saved can be deleted using this operation. You may want to delete a POI to make it easier to search for a POI you created if you have a lot of them. POIs that have been deleted cannot be restored. You will need to input the information for a POI you delete if you want it back. To prevent accidental deletion, a confirmation window will be displayed, confirming the delete. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Pts of Interest. 3.Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick up/down to highlight My Pts of Interest. Use the Arrow joystick left/right to select Nearest or Alphabetical. Press ENTER. Locate the file where the POI to be deleted has been saved and press ENTER. (The eXplorist will automatically open the default file.) Highlight the POI and press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Delete POI. Confirm the deletion by highlighting Yes, or cancel the deletion by highlighting No. Press ENTER.
Viewing a Preloaded POI on the Map Screen
POIs that have been preloaded as part of the background map can be viewed on the Map screen to assist you in locating the POI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Pts of Interest. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick up/down to highlight Background Map. Use the Arrow joystick left/right to select Nearest or Alphabetical. Press ENTER. [Only if Alphabetical selected] Use the Arrow joystick and the ENTER button to enter the first few characters of the POI you are searching for. Highlight OK and press ENTER to continue. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the POI to be viewed. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight View. Press ENTER. The Map screen will be displayed in the Cursor mode. The cursor will be directly over the POI you have selected. You may use the Zoom buttons to change the scale of the map displayed and if your position icon is within range, it will be shown. Press ESC to return to the detail screen of POIs found in step 8.
Note: Remember that pressing the NAV button will return you to the last viewed Map screen. In step 13 if you are finished with the POIs in the POI database, you could press NAV to close the POI database and return to the last viewed Map screen.
Showing or Hiding a User-Entered POI on the Map Screen
You can select whether a user-entered POI is displayed or hidden while viewing the Map screen. In the upper left corner of the POI Save screen (next to the icon field) is a checkbox that indicated if the POI will be visible on the map. When it is checked, the POI is visible. The instructions here describe how to toggle the visible state of a saved POI, but the same steps can be followed while you are creating a new POI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Pts of Interest. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick up/down to highlight My Pts of Interest. Use the Arrow joystick left/right to select Nearest or Alphabetical. Press ENTER. Locate the file where the POI has been saved and press ENTER. (The eXplorist will automatically open the default file.) Highlight the POI and press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Edit POI. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the Vis field. Press ENTER. Highlight On or Off and press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Save. Press ENTER.
After pressing ENTER, the last viewed navigation screen will be displayed, updated as needed to provide information about the GOTO route you have created. On the Map screen, a line will be drawn representing the GOTO route. The Compass screen will change to display the name of the POI used as the destination in the screen header bar and an icon representing the destination outside the compass diameter.
Multi-leg routes can be used to navigate to a final destination using multiple legs. An example would be leaving the dock, motoring over to buoy 1, then the bait boat and finally to a fishing hot spot. This route would go from Dock to Buoy 1,Buoy 1 to Bait, Bait to Fish. Features of a multi-leg route: Multi-leg routes can be saved in memory. (Each saved route can have up to 29 legs in the route.) Multi-leg routes remain active even after the eXplorist has been turned off. Multi-leg routes can be edited, reversed, deleted or viewed on the map. When a multi-leg route is active, you can switch which leg will be used as the next destination point. In the above example, you could skip going to Buoy 1 by selecting the Bait leg when the route is active.
Creating a Multi-leg Route
The eXplorist will provide you an empty list for your route and you can use the POIs saved in the POI database to create the route. All the tools youd need to create the route will be described here. Steps in creating a multi-leg route: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Routes. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight <New>. Press ENTER. Add POI is highlighted. Press ENTER. The POI database is shown. Search the database for the POI you want to use as the starting POI for the route. Continue pressing ENTER with Add POI highlighted. Select the next POI for the route from the POI database. Optional: As you are creating the route you may want to edit what you have already entered. You can insert, delete or replace a POI that is already in the route list. Inserting: Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the POI that you want to insert a new leg before. Press MENU, highlight Insert POI and press ENTER. Search the POI database for the new POI. The new POI will be added inserting into the route you are creating. Deleting: Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the POI you want to delete from the route. Press MENU, highlight Delete POI and press ENTER. Replacing: Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the POI you want to replace. Press MENU, highlight Replace POI and press ENTER. Search the POI database for the new POI. The POI you select will replace the POI that was originally highlighted. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Create Route screen
When you have added all of the legs to the route you are creating, use the Arrow joystick to highlight Save Route. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick and the ENTER button to input a name, up to ten characters, for the route. Highlight OK. Press ENTER. Locate the file you want to save the newly created route into and press ENTER.
Activating/Deactivating a Route
An active route is the route you are presently navigating on. Anytime you activate a route, it will remain the active route until you either turn it off (deactivate) or activate a new route. GOTOs are automatically activated when they are created while multi-leg routes need to be activated manually. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Routes. Press ENTER. Locate the file that contains the route you want to activate or deactivate. (The eXplorist will automatically open the default file.) With the file highlighted press ENTER. Highlight the name of the route. Press ENTER. Highlight Activate Route or Deactivate Route. Press ENTER.
List of routes with route named Magellan active.
You will be returned to the last viewed navigation screen with the route chosen activated or deactivated.
Changing the Destination Leg of an Active Route
When a route is created it can have many different legs to the route, each leg with its own destination. If during your travels you wanted to skip some of the legs you can select the leg that you want to proceed to next. An example would be your planned route starts at your campsite. The first leg goes to the bridge. The second leg goes across the bridge to the stone marker. Leg 3 leaves the stone marker and takes you to the ranger station. To finish out the route, the final leg goes from the ranger station to the swimming area. This route would be Camp > Bridge > Marker > Ranger > Swim. Suppose that after crossing the bridge you didnt want to go to the stone marker but instead go directly to the ranger station. Since the route is active (you can only select legs from active routes), you would follow the instructions below and tell the eXplorist to set the next leg to the ranger station. The route would be recomputed, eliminating the navigation instructions to go to the stone marker. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Routes. Press ENTER. Locate the file that contains the route you want to activate or deactivate. (The eXplorist will automatically open the default file.) With the file highlighted press ENTER. Highlight the name of the route. (Activated routes will be bolded in the list.) Press ENTER. Highlight Select Leg. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight the next destination POI from the route list that you want to go to. In the example to the right, that would be Ranger. Press ENTER. Confirm that you want to do this by using the Arrow joystick to highlight Yes. Press ENTER. Press NAV to return to the last viewed navigation screen. Route leg list with Ranger selected. Note that Marker is bold as it is the current active leg.
Using the Simulator
When the eXplorist is placed in the simulator mode, it simulates movement along a predefined or saved route. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press MENU. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Adv. Features. Press ENTER. Use the Arrow joystick to highlight Simulate. Press ENTER. Highlight the desired option: Off - Turns the simulator off Auto - Uses a predefined route. (This is a 3-leg route in the shape of a triangle with your present position as the starting point.) User - Uses the same predefined route as Auto, but provides a way to change the heading and speed. The simulator will follow the heading and speed, even when if this means it doesnt follow the predefined route. 7. If you have an active track log being recorded, the simulator will need to delete this track. A warning is displayed that your track will be deleted. Highlight Yes and press ENTER to erase the track and continue. An alert is displayed indicating that the simulator has been turned on. Press ENTER. Press NAV to return to the last viewed Map screen.
Simulating on a Saved Route
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Follow the instructions above to turn the simulator on. After you have returned to the last viewed Map screen, press MENU. Highlight Routes. Press ENTER. Highlight a saved route to use. (Note: You will notice a new route whose name is bolded indicating that it is the active route. This is the predefined route that the simulator has created. Do not select this route if you are wanting to view a route you have created.) Press ENTER. Highlight Activate Route. Press ENTER.
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Communicating with a Personal Computer
For this feature to operate properly, you must have your eXplorist connected to a personal computer through the computer USB port
Connecting to a Personal Computer
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Turn the eXplorist off. First connect the PC interface cable to the connector on the back of the eXplorist. Insert the USB connector on the PC interface cable to any of the USB ports on a personal computer. Turn the eXplorist on. You may get a message on your computer that a new USB device has been found. If connected properly, the eXplorist will display the USB File Transfer screen, indicating that the eXplorist is in the file transfer mode.
What is the Magellan Geocache Manager?
The Magellan Geocache Manager is a software application that runs in Windows on your personal computer. It is a place to create, modify, store, and most importantly, upload geocache points to your eXplorist. There are two ways of adding geocache points to the Magellan Geocache Manager. You can enter the points manually by typing in the information or you can download geocache points from one of the many geocache fansites found on the Web. The Magellan Geocache Manager has a link to www.geocaching.com under the Help menu which is a great source for finding and downloading geocache points.
How Do I Install the Magellan Geocache Manager?
Insert the Magellan Wizard CD-ROM that came with your eXplorist into the CD-ROM drive on your personal computer. It will automatically load and the Main Menu will be displayed. Click on Install software and follow the instructions to install the Magellan Geocache Manager. Once the software is installed, you can Exit from the eXplorist Wizard and the Magellan Geocache Manager is ready to use.
Using the Magellan Geocache Manager
1. 2. 3. Access the Magellan Geocache Manager by using the Start button on the Windows toolbar. Under Programs select Magellan > eXplorist 210 > Magellan Geocache Manager. The Magellan Geocache Manager will open and an empty list of geocache points is displayed. The common tools are displayed as icons at the top of the display. You can access the function by clicking on the icon, selecting from the menu, or using one of the hotkey shortcuts.
Magellan Geocache Manager Tools
Using the icons at the top of the window is the easiest way of accessing the most common functions. The following lists the icons, their hotkey equivalent, and their usage.
Creates a new database for saving geocache points. This closes the active database, with the option of saving if you have made any changes. Opens previously saved geocaching databases. Also allows you to append previously saved geocache files to the existing file.
Contacting Magellan in North America
If you need technical assistance, "how-to" help, or if you have a technical question about the functionality of your Magellan product, please contact us on the internet at www.magellangps.com or you may reach technical support by fax or by phone. Our technical support phone representatives are available Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. P.S.T/P.D.T. Telephone: 800-707-9971 or +1 909-394-5000 (Outside North America). You may also reach technical support by fax: +1 909-394-7050 [Attn: Tech. Support]. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain warranty service on your unit, the consumer must contact us for a return authorization prior to shipment of product. Packages arriving at our dock without an RMA may be refused. To obtain an RMA, simply contact our technical support group at: Tel: 800-707-9971 or 909-394-5000 Fax: 909-394-7050 [Attn: Tech. Support] E-mail: email@example.com
Contacting Magellan in Europe
Technical support and warranty service
For Magellan product support and warranty service information in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish please dial FREE PHONE: 00800MAGELLAN* ( 00800 62435526) from 9 AM to 6 PM GMT & GMT+1 or send an e-mail in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish to: firstname.lastname@example.org *free of charge phone access available from Eire, UK, Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland
For Magellan product phone support in English, French or German from other Europe, Middle East or African locations please dial: +38 00* or send an e-mail to: email@example.com * international communication charge according to operator.
For Magellan product phone support in other European, Middle East or African Languages please contact our distributors listed on www.magellangps.com in our dealer locator or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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