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User Guide A350

3rd edition
www.binatonegps.com Binatone Navigation software

IMPORTANT

Satellite signals are required for this product to function in Navigation Mode. There may be occasions within your home or surrounding area when the signal strength is limited and Navigation Mode may not be possible. This is quite normal for product of this type. If you experience difficulty in receiving a signal in your car you may need to use an external antenna {optional). You can check the number of satellite signals that the unit is receiving and the strength of those signals by viewing the GPS Receiver. If you need help. The Help line is available from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday, on 9677 Calls are charged al Local Call rate (for UK only) Unpacking your Binatone Navigation System A350 In the box you will find GPS navigation device Car mounting kit In-car charger Stylus pen DC Adaptor Carrying Case User guide Keep the packaging materials in a safe place in case you later need to transport the unit. Keep your sales (till) receipt, which is your guarantee. Before you can use the unit, youll need to fully charge the battery as described on page 6, please also read the notes on the page 2. WARNING: Your GPS device operates under open sky conditions in order to receive a satellite signal. Please ensure that you are not using the device indoors or in areas where the satellite signal is weak. For the first time of use or after a few days of no use, it may take up to 10 minutes to acquire a satellite signal. It is recommended to be stationary during the start up process.
*USB cable is not provided here and can be purchased in Accessory Pack. It can be either used to charge your device with you computer or update your system (latest map and software, latest safety camera information) via your computer and the internet (updates are payable). Charging via USB cable will be faster when the unit is powered off.
Binatone Help Line: 9677 (for UK only. Local Call rate)

SAFETY

Safety The Global Positioning System
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite based system that provides location and timing information around the globe. GPS is operated and controlled under the sole responsibility of the Government of the United States of America, who are responsible for its availability and accuracy. Any changes in GPS availability and accuracy, or in environmental conditions, may impact the operation of you Binatone Carrera Personal Navigation Device (PND). Using Your PND in the Car When using your PND while driving it is essential that you drive with due care and attention. Never modify the settings or program your PND while driving. Only look at he PND map when it is safe to do so. When mounting the PND in your car make sure that it does not obscure your view or impede the operation of any driving controls. Prohibited Areas Do not operate your PND in hospitals or near any electrical medical equipment. Do not operate your PND in aircraft. Do not operate while sat in a petrol station forecourt. Battery Your PND uses a Li-ion battery. Do not use it in humid, wet or corrosive environments. Do not operate or store your PND in high temperatures (>60) or in direct sun light. Do not pierce or break the battery casing. Failure to follow these cautions will invalidate the warranty and may cause the battery to leak acid, become hot, explode or ignite and cause injury or damage. If you come into contact with leaked battery acid wash the contact area thoroughly and seek medical attention. The Li-ion battery contained in this unit must be recycled or disposed of properly. Do not dispose of in household waste or burn.

CONTENTS

Important. In the Box. 01 01
Safety 02 The Global Positioning System 02 Using Your PND in the Car. 02 Prohibited Areas. 02 Battery. 02 Contents. 03 Quick Start Guide Position of the Controls Charging the Battery. SD Memory Card. Car Adaptor Turning the Sat Nav Unit On/Off. Turning the Sat Nav Unit Off (Sleep Mode). System Reset. Windscreen Holder Installation 08
Getting Started. 09 Starting Up. 09 Settings. 10 Multi-Media 11 Picture Viewer.. 11 Document Viewer. 12 GPS Receiver 12 External Antenna (sold separately). 13 Additional maps and upgrades 13 INTRODUCTION. 14 Navigate to. Entering your Waypoints/destination. Address. POI (Points of Interest). POI Near You. POI in City. Favourites Recent Destinations. Map. Browse Map Options Zoom to Address. View POI Zoom to Current Pos. Night/Day. 3D/2D Map View. Show Trace Record Coordinates. 24 25
CONTENTS Navi/Simulate. Navigation Screen. Navigation Options. View Route Navi Settings. Save Map View Night/Day. 3D/2D Brightness. Volume. Road Block. Trace Record GPS Status. Main Menu. Simulation Screen. View Route. Simulate. Back. GO. Route Options. Driving Method. Routing Style. Routing Parameters. Go Home. Edit Favourites. Add. Edit On Map. Recent Destinations View Map. Settings. Language. Set Home Address. Units. Brightness Volume. About 37
GPS Status 37 Time Zone Setting 38 Safety Cameras 38 Frequently asked questions
Technical Specifications. 40

QUICK START GUIDE

Quick Start Guide
Please make sure that your read all of the information contained within this user guide before operating this unit. If you experience any problems, please go through the user guide before contacting the customer helpline.

Position of the controls

1. Touch Screen 2. Charge Indicator Displays the battery charging status. Red; charging, Green; fully charged. 3. On/Off Switch Turn the unit On/Off using this switch, if the unit is not to be used for long periods of time. 4. Reset System reset switch. 5. Speaker For voice guidance instructions. 6. External Antenna Connection Port Connect an external antenna when used in vehicles with a heat reflecting windscreen. (External antenna sold separately). 7. Stylus Pen Use to input data or select items. 8. Memory Card Slot For use with SD type cards. Do not remove memory card while in use. 9. Headphone Jack Connects to external headphones. 10. Power Connection USB Port For charging and data transfer. 11. TMC Port Traffic Message Channel dongle connection point. (not supported in this model) 12. Sleep mode Button Switches the unit In/Out off sleep mode, handy when stopping for short periods to conserve battery power.

Charging the Battery

Before using your PND for the first time, we recommend you to charge the unit for 5 hours via the USB cable or DC Adaptor, or 2 hours via the car charger in order to charge the battery. Plug the USB cable, DC adaptor or the car charger into the USB socket The red charging indicator on the front of the unit will light up. When the unit is fully charged the red light will turn green. When you use the PND in you car, we recommend that you always use the car charger in order to maintain the battery level. * The USB cable is not provided and can be purchased in Accessory Pack. It is used for future operations and it is not for your system to operate at present. If you have a SD memory Card, you may install it refer to the picture (below)
Switch the unit off first before installing or removing the SD card. When installing it can only be fitted one way the contacts should be towards you and the cut-off corner at the top. Slide the card in and push it in so that it clicks into place. Once the card is installed it does not need to be removed. If you need to remove the card, push the card in and it will eject from the slot.

Car Adapter

When using your PND in the car we recommend that you always use the in-car charger to power the unit, especially on long journeys. Plug the in-car charger into the USB socket of the unit. Pug the other end of the adapter into the cars cigarette-lighter / 12V DC socket.
Turning the Sat Nav Unit On/Off
To switch the unit On slide the power switch located on the back of the unit to the On position, the unit will power up and display the warning screen. To switch the unit Off slide the power switch to the Off position.
Turning the Sat Nav Unit Off Via Sleep Mode
Press and hold down the sleep button on the top of the unit, after about 3 seconds the unit will enter sleep mode. Press and hold the button again, to bring the unit out of sleep mode. When brought out of sleep mode the unit will show the same screen as when the unit entered sleep mode. If the unit is not to be used for a long period of time it is advised that you slide the power switch on the back of the unit to Off.

System Reset

Under extreme circumstances it may be necessary to reboot the system. Reset the system if the following situation occurs: Long delay experienced with screen refresh rate or operation, resulting in an inoperable unit. The system will not turn Off with the power button. No response with selection made on the screen. The reset button can be found on the back of the unit. Insert the tip of the stylus pen into the reset switch in order to press. The system will be immediately reset.
Windscreen Holder Installation
The car mount has a suction pad that fits to the windscreen or a flat area on the dashboard. A. Fitting to windscreen Pull the lever away from the suction pad. Place the pad on the widescreen and push the lever towards the pad until it clicks into place.
B. Fitting the holding bracket It is best to fit this to the unit before it is attached to the windscreen. Slide the bracket onto the securing lug on the end of the ball mount at the end of the car mount and then push down firmly, until it clicks in to place. The bracket can only be fitted one way.
C. Fitting the Unit Slide the unit into the bottom of the bracket and carefully push the unit up and back until it clicks into place at the top.
To remove the unit from the car mount; Press and lift the tab at the top of the bracket then pull the unit forward and up out of the bottom of the bracket. To remove the Car mount from the windscreen; Lift the lever away from the windscreen, then gentle pull the tab on the suction cup to release the suction as you pull the mount away from the windscreen.

GETTING STARTED

Starting Up
Turn the power switch to ON.
The following screens will be displayed:
When you press MENU, the following screens will be displayed:

Settings

NOTE: You do not need to enter the SETTINGS menu before you start to navigate. If you press on the SETTINGS icon the following screen is displayed.
To exit this page or exit any subsequent page, press the cross at the top of the screen.

Volume

Press volume you can modify the volume level of the voice prompts. You can increase or decrease the level by clicking or . This can also be done via the navigation software later.

Backlight

Press Backlight to change the brightness of the screen. You can make it darker or brighter by clicking or . This can also be done via the navigation software later.

Time & Date

This device can auto-set the current date and time by receiving three GPS signals. However you can also change it by yourself by 1.) Click 2.) Clicking on and to scroll to the right year, month, date, time and time format. Note: the unit does not save the time & date when the unit is switched off, this is because the unit automatically sets the time & date from the satellite signals.
The power page contains the information of your battery level.

Language

Press Language to change the language by clicking << and >>
The About page contains information about your software version. It also allows you to default the unit or to calibrate the screen to your touches. The unit will be returned to how it was when it left the factory. After selecting this option you will be asked to confirm.

Default

Reset to factory default settings.

Calibrate

This function calibrates the unit to respond to your screen taps. You will need to use this function only if the unit begins to respond inconsistently to your screen taps, then follow the on screen dissections. Once the calibration has been completed, press anywhere on the screen to return to the previous menu.

Multi Media

NOTE: if you press on the MULTI MEDIA icon the following screen is displayed.

Picture Viewer

This device supports,.bmp and.jpg file formats only (recommended picture size for optimum usage: 500kb it is not recommended to view pictures over 2mb). Press the Picture viewer to show a list of names for all the picture files then click on the file you want to view. To view pictures (bmp and jpeg formats only): 1) Copy all the pictures you want to view onto a SD card. 2) Insert your SD card into the PND. 3) Select Multi Media and then Picture viewer a list of pictures or folders containing pictures will be shown. 4) Click on folder to open it and then click on a picture to load it into the viewer. The following screen will be shown:

Document Viewer

This device supports, txt file format viewing only. Press the Doc Viewer to show the list of files available for viewing. The procedure for viewing documents is the same for viewing pictures. But once loaded the following screen will be shown.

GPS Receiver

NOTE: This page is for information only. You can view the number of satellite signals the unit is receiving also the strength of these signals.
This page gives your current position in degrees longitude and latitude, your current speed and the status of your position, i.e. Fixed 3D or Fixed Invalid etc. The compass circle shows the satellites that the unit is receiving and the bar chart shows the signal strength for these satellites
At least four GPS signals are required for the PND to function. There may be occasions within your home or surrounding area when the signal strength is limited and GPS navigation may not be possible. This is quite normal of products of this type. Your car may have an athermic heat reflecting windscreen or heated windscreen that prevents the GPS receiver acquiring a valid signal. In these cases you may have to use and external antenna (sold separately). External Antenna (sold separately) If the GPS receiver fails to acquire a valid signal when mounted in your car it may be due to a heat reflecting coating or heating elements in your windscreen. In these cases use an external antenna. The antenna has a magnet and can be positioned in various locations in or outside your car to obtain the best signal reception. Push the antenna into the socket on the rear of the unit until it clicks into place. Then position the antenna so that you receive a valid signal.
Additional maps and upgrades:
Please visit on www.binatonegps.com website for more information.

INTRODUCTION

Introduction
You have chosen a cutting-edge navigation system. Congratulations! Please enjoy using it. This navigation system leads you straight to your destination, whether you are travelling by car or on foot. You can navigate and plan your route with an easyto-use and intuitive interface, just by using your finger. You can also use this application to plan your trip to suit your personal preferences and interests and to save interesting destinations before your set off on your journey. This manual leads you through the main features of the system.

GPS connection

Your navigation device uses GPS technology for navigation. The device receives signals from a number of GPS satellites in order to determine your current position. Place your navigation device in a location with an unobstructed view to the sky to set up your first satellite connection. In the car this will usually mean mounting the unit on the lower part of the windscreen. Note; It may take up to 10 minutes to establish the first connection. Subsequent connections will be faster (30 seconds to 1 minute), but if you have not used the unit for several days or are far away from the last location where you used the unit, it may take up to 10 minutes again to find a strong signal.

NAVIGATION MENU

Getting Started
Please make sure that the battery in your device is charged. Switch on the unit and from the menu select Navigation. The navigational software will start to load. You will first see the warning statement screen tap on I accept to confirm that you have read the statement and to continue. If you do not wish to be shown this screen in the future check the box next to Dont show this statement again. You will now be shown the Binatone screen, which shows the progress of the loading software on the yellow bar at the bottom.
Once the software has loaded you will be shown the navigation main menu, this is the starting point for all your navigating needs.
Navigate to Opens the destination page. From here you can select a point to navigate to or you can select a start/destination point and then simulate the route between them, just as if you were driving it. You can also gain access to the route options so that you can set your driving preferences.
Go Home This allows you to navigate to your home in one simple button press. Note: you will have to first set your home address via the settings menu first.
Edit Favourites Allows you to add and edit locations of interest to you, so that they can be quickly used again for navigating to.
Recent Destinations A list which keeps a record of all the destinations you have recently entered, so that they can be quickly used again for navigating to.
View Map allows you to view any part of the installed map, handy so that you can have a detailed view of the area around you selected destination before you set off.
Settings allows access to the main setting of the unit, which you can set to you personal preference.
Exit Exits from navigation mode back to the units main menu. Satellite Signal Indicator allows you to quickly view the status of the GPS signal. Green means a GPS lock is obtained, Grey means that a GPS lock cannot be currently achieved. Also allows for access to the GPS Status screen when tapped.
Time bar Shows the current time and data as automatically set by the received satellite signals. Also allows for access to the Time Zone setting when tapped.

Navigate to

Tap this option to begin any journey or if you wish to set up a route simulate. The screen will change to the Route Planning menu. Navi Used to navigate to a destination, via a number of waypoints if also set. Simulate Used to plan a route which can then be simulated. Route options Opens the route options menu allowing you to set your preferred driving preferences. Up/Down arrow Used to scroll to view the list of waypoints/destination which are currently not shown. Move Up/Down Use to shift the position of the waypoints/destination you have entered. On Map Use to view the selected waypoint/destination on the map. Delete Used to delete a selected waypoint/destination from the list, you will be asked to confirm the deletion. The currently selected item will be highlighted orange. Back Used to go back to the main menu. Go Use to switch to the Navigation screen and begin you journey/simulation. Note: You can only enter a maximum of 10 waypoints/destination in the list, when the list is full a message will be displayed informing you that you have reached the maximum number. In Navi the unit will display the list items in numerical order, when in Simulate the first list item will be displayed with an S to indicate that it is your start point. In order to navigate you need a valid GPS signal, for simulating a route this can be done without a GPS signal.

Entering your Waypoints/destination
Tap on the next empty list slot, this is the list item which says Click here to add a new destination. This will always appear in the next available list slot, when in simulate the first list slot will have the text Click here to set the starting point. The Search From screen will appear allowing you to choose your waypoint/destination from several different methods. Note: The unit will remember the last waypoints/destination used for the last journey. It may be necessary to delete these Waypoints/Destination from the list first, Before you can start a new journey. This happens if the actual destination on the map was not reached. Select each Waypoint/Destination in turn and tap delete, tap OK to confirm the deletion Address The most commonly used method for entering a new waypoint/destination into the unit, when tapped the Address Search screen will open. This screen allows you to add information into several fields so that you can accurately find the location you are looking for. When a field is tapped a new screen will be displayed showing a keypad, this is to allow you to enter the desired address for your waypoint/destination. Firstly you will need to enter the city for which your waypoint/destination is located. The current country for which the address will be searched for will be shown in the top right of the screen. If you wish to change the country tap on the currently shown name, the screen will change to show you a list of available countries. Use the up/down arrows to scroll through the list, when the desired country has been found select the country be tapping on the name in the list (you will see a blue bar surround the name). Then tap OK to confirm the selection, if you do not wish to change countries tap Cancel.
NAVIGATION MENU When entering information into the search as well as just characters you have the following special keys. To enter a space in an entry tap the button which is blank shown on the bottom row. To delete a character Tap the DEL button. To Change between Characters/Digits and Special Characters. Tap the key to scroll between the available options. The order of the options is ABC, , 123. The key will always show the next selectable option. Use the keypad to start to enter the desired city, as you enter characters you will see a list of possible matches appear as a list on the screen. As you enter further characters the list will narrow down until there are only 1 or 2 options available. This is handy if you do not know how to spell the city you are searching for, simple enter the first part of the city name and let the unit do the rest. As the list is populated by possible matches, the matches will be white in colour. Wait until the list items have turned dark blue, then use the up/down arrows to scroll through the list to find the city you were looking for. Then simple tap OK to accept the selected item. The screen will return back to the Address search screen and the chosen city will now appear in the City field. Alternatively; if you know the postcode of the waypoint/destination, select the Postcode field from the Address Search screen. Enter the full postcode making sure that there is a space between the two parts i.e. AB1 9CD and not AB19CD. Again your selection will be narrowed down as you enter more characters/digits. Select the correct entry from the list and tap OK, you will be returned to the Address Search screen. The road field will be automatically filled in by the unit. you will notice that some fields will now be shown in grey these fields can no longer be altered. Secondly if you have not used the postcode to search for your waypoint/destination, you will have to enter the road name. This is done in exactly the same way as for entering a city. Thirdly you have the option to enter a house number. If you do not know the house number it is possible to specify the waypoint/destination by selecting an intersection with another road. Tap crossroad, you will be shown a list of all the other roads which either join or cross the selected road. Use the up/down arrows to scroll the list until you find the correct road which intersects with your named road. At any point while entering in an address you can tap the On Map button at the bottom left of the screen to be shown the currently entered location on the map. Once you are happy with the address that you have entered tap OK, the address will be entered into the waypoint/destination list

POI (Points of Interest)

The POI search allows you to quickly find points of interest like petrol stations and restaurants in a database of millions of POI. These places can be either close by or at a distant location. Tap POI to begin searching through the POI database. There are 2 options available for searching for a POI; POI Near You and POI in City POI Near You Use this option to search for a POI from a particular category or for all categories around you current location (this will either be your current GPS location or if there is no GPS lock, then the area the map is currently showing will be used for your location) up to a distance of approximately 20 Miles. The screen will change to the POI category Menu.
Select All POI to be shown all of the POI that are located around your current location. Otherwise selecting a category will only show you the POI for the chosen category. The screen will change to the Nearest POI display; from here you can scroll through the list of available POI until you find the POI you are looking for. With each POI you will be shown the type of POI it is by the icon on the far left of the screen, you will then be shown the distance to the POI from your current location and finally the name of the POI.
Scroll through the list by tapping on the Up/Down arrows. To view the POI on the map tap On Map. To Narrow down the list and search for a particular POI tap Find. To go back to the POI Category tap Cancel. Once you have selected you chosen POI tap OK. From the POI Category screen tap More to be shown a full list of the individual POI categories. The screen will change to show the POI Category List. Scroll through the list using the Up/Down arrows to view all of the categories. When you have found the category you are looking for tap Next, the screen will change to the Nearest POI screen. Navigate this menu as described above. Tap Back and you will be taken back to the Search from screen.
NAVIGATION MENU Find A new screen will be displayed requesting you to enter a keyword, enter the name or the start of the name for the POI you are looking for and press OK. You will be returned to the Nearest POI screen, but now only POI with the entered keyword will be shown. Tap cancel to go back to the Nearest POI screen without narrowing down the results. Once the correct POI has been found tap OK it will be entered into the waypoint/destination list.

POI in City

Use this option to search for POI in a city, which could be either close by or at a distance from your current location. Again you will be shown the POI Category screen, select a category for which you want to search for a POI. Note: When in the POI In City option, if you search using the All POI option you will only be shown a list of settlements near the town/city which is in the city field. In order to search further you have to enter a name of road to narrow the search down. Select the category which you would like to search for a POI. The screen will change to the POI Search menu. Tap on the city field to change the city for which to look for POI, enter a new city using the same method as for when searching via an address. To narrow down the search even further you can enter a name or part of the name in the name field. The list will be re-populated to only show the matching POI. You can also enter a road to search for POI along. The unit will search for the road in the city stated and show POI which can be found on that road. Tap On Map to see the POI location on the map. Tap Cancel to go back to the POI Category screen. Tap OK to select the POI and add it to the waypoint/destination list.

Favourites

Allows you select one of your favourite locations as a waypoint/destination, in one quick and easy step. The screen will change to the Favourites List, use the Up/Down arrows to view the list items which are currently not shown. Tap On Map to see the location of the favourite on the map. Tap cancel to be taken back to the Search For screen. Tap OK to select the currently highlighted list item as your waypoint/destination. Note: In order to use a location from the favourites list you will have to store the address previously. This can be done via the Edit Favourites menu (see page 34). When you select a favourite from the list a blue window will appear below the item, showing further information on the address, tap on the window to remove it from the screen.

Recent Destinations

Allows you select one of your recently selected locations and to use it again as a waypoint/destination. All in one quick and easy step. The screen will change to the Recent Destinations list, use the Up/Down arrows to view the list items which are currently not shown. Tap On Map to see the location of the Recent Destination on the map. Tap cancel to be taken back to the Search For screen. Tap OK to select the currently highlighted list item as your waypoint/destination. Note: When you select a recent destination from the list a blue window will appear below the item, showing further information on the address, tap on the window to remove it from the screen.

This option allows for you to scroll around the map and to select a location which you want to use as a waypoint/destination. Use the stylus pen to drag the map around to view the area as you move, tap on the + and symbols to zoom in/out of the map. Use the stylus to select a point on the map you wish to use as a waypoint/destination, if this is a POI you will be shown information for that particular POI. Tap Option the screen will change to show the Browse Map Options menu.
Browse Map Options Zoom to Address Allows you to enter an address in the same way as for the address search (see page 18). Once the address has been entered, tap OK and the map will automatically centre on the address entered. View POI Allows for you to enter a POI in the same way as for the POI In City search (see page 21). Once the POI has been selected, tap OK and the map will automatically centre on that POI. Zoom to Current Pos Tap to have the map centre on your current GPS position. Night/Day Tap to change the map colour between daytime view and night time view. Once the option has been selected the menu option will change to show the option which is currently not selected. 3D/2D Tap to change the map view between 2D view and 3D view. Once the option has been selected the menu option will change to show the option which is currently not selected.
NAVIGATION MENU Show Trace Record The unit is capable of logging all positioning information received from the GPS satellites during navigation. It then uses this information to draw a track of the route on the map. This enables you to review the route information at a later time. If you have previously recorded any trace records then these will be shown in the list, use the Up/Down keys to scroll through the list. If there are no trace records you will have to record a trace first. Recording a trace record: use the Record Off/Record On button to activate and deactivate this feature. The button will always show the option which is currently not selected example display shows Record Off, but the actual recording feature is on and visa versa for Record On. It is recommended that you start recording after your route has been planned or you are in map tracking mode and that you stop recording once you have reached your destination. This will prevent the unit from continually recording while you are not driving, it will also divide each journey into a separate trace record. Each recording will be logged with the following information.
Viewing the Trace Record on the map: Select the Trace record you want to view, the currently selected trace record will be highlighted orange, then select the option Show it. The screen will change to the View Map screen (see page 23) and the trace will be shown as an orange line with green arrows. To remove the trace from the map, re-enter the Trace Record feature again, but this time select Hide it. To delete a trace record highlight the trace to delete and then tap the X located in between the Up/Down arrows. To Exit from the Trace Record screen tap Close. Tap close from the Browse Map Options screen to return back to the map view.

Save Map View

The unit will save a picture of the map as it appears on the screen. The picture will be saved as a.bmp file in the MapImage folder on any inserted SD card, If a SD card is not inserted a window will open stating that there is no card inserted.

Night/Day

Tap to change the map colour between daytime view and night time view. Once the option has been selected the menu option will change to show the option which is currently not selected.
Tap to change the map view between 2D view and 3D view. Once the option has been selected the menu option will change to show the option which is currently not selected.

Brightness

Tap to change the brightness of the screen. Use the Left/Right arrows to change the level, the current level will be indicated on the bar. Tapping Default will reset the brightness back to the default state. Tapping cancel will exit without saving any of the changes you have made. Tapping Done will save any changes and exit.
Tap to change the volume of the unit. Use the Left/Right arrows to change the level, the current level will be indicated on the bar. Tapping Default will reset the volume back to the default state. Tapping cancel will exit without saving any of the changes you have made. Tapping Done will save any changes and exit.

Road Block

Whenever you encounter a traffic jam or a closed road you can have the program recalculate a route to circumnavigate this situation as quickly as possible. However, you must specify a minimum distance after which you want to re-join the original route. Choose a distance that is suitable for the present traffic problem. GPS Status Brings up the GPS status screen for more information (see page 37).

Trace Record

Refer to Page 24, for how to use this feature.

Main Menu

Exits from navigation and takes you back to the main menu.
Simulate Simulation Screen
When the screen appears you will 9 seconds before the simulation will automatically start, if you do not wish to start the simulation within this time tap anywhere on the map or tap one of the available buttons. With the simulation halted you are able to scroll around the map to view the route just as if you were viewing the map normally. Use the + and buttons to change the zoom level of the map.
Works in the exact same way as for navigation see the Navigation Options (see page 28)

Simulate

Tap to start simulating; you can use this option if you have delayed the start of the simulation or if you do not want to wait for the start time to elapse. The simulation will start and the unit will drive the route at the speed stated in the Navi settings screen. The screen will appear the same as for Navigation and all the options are the same.

Opens the Recent Destinations list, which shows all of the locations you have previously navigated to. You can view there locations on the map. The Recent Destinations list holds 50 recent destinations. The list shows the list number for the location, the time and date the location was last used as well as the address information about the location. Use the Up/Down arrows to scroll through the list, to delete a list entry select the entry you wish to delete and tap the X in between the Up/Down arrows. On Map - Allows you to view the location of the recent destination on the map. The map will centre on the favourite, but it is still possible to scroll the map as well as changing the zoom level. Tap close to exit back to the Main Menu.

View Map

The Map View allows you to 2 things, firstly it can be used to view the map, you can scroll around the map by using the stylus pen and change the zoom level by using the + and symbols. In this mode you will be able to find POI and select them with the stylus to be shown more information. Secondly if you have a valid GPS signal then you can use the map in map tracking mode. Map Scrolling If you have a GPS lock when you are scrolling around the map, the map will always open on your current location. If you do not have a GPS lock then the map will show the location where the map was last set. With A GPS lock when you move the map, you will see appear on the screen at the right hand side. When you tap this icon you will be automatically taken back to your current GPS position. Map Tracking Mode As you drive the map will move to follow your position just as if you were navigating, the only difference being that you will not have set a destination to navigate to. Menu This brings up a simplified version of the Navigation options page, as you are not currently navigating not all of the options are required. The available options are; Day/Night mode 2D/3D map mode Save Map view Trace Record Navi Settings Main Menu All of these options work in exactly the same way as described under the Navigation Options section (see page 28).
From the main menu tap to access the Change Preferences screen. There are 6 options available which you can set.

 

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