Navman ICN 630
External antenna, United States
Navman iCN 630 is a convenient, powerful and easy-to-use In-car Navigation solution. Whether driving across country, around town or anything in between, the Navman iCN 630 includes everything needed for a complete street navigation solution. Relax with the confidence of NAVTECH map data - found in 100% of North America's in-car vehicle systems - combined with powerful street mapping software, will give you a premier mobile GPS street mapping solution! A windshield/dashboard mounting bracket ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Navman ICN 630 photo ]
Navman ICN 630 GPS, size: 3.1 MB
Navman ICN 630 With Smart Version 3.0
Navman ICN 630
User reviews and opinions
|flaviostutz||4:12pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|I bought a Navman ICN 630 V2 just over two years ago it cost over £700. The Navman 630 V2 was purchased in July, 2004, cost was a little under £900. I have used this unit in the u.k, also in europe.|
|aktiva||9:20pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
|Faily Good Bought my ICN630 second hand (online), works a treat but DOES NOT have FULL postcode facility, in other words. Navman 600 Series I am a new user of sat nav systems but am now a complete convert. NAVMAN Smart ST icn630 I am prompted to add this review because I believe that previous early reviews have been unfair and biased.|
|Coopercentral||8:14pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|This is my first navigator and the logic astounds me. I have just upgraded to V3 and only phoned support twice.|
|pade96||11:08am on Saturday, August 28th, 2010|
|Road safety on your dashboard. I purchased the ICN630 (V2) last September whilst on a holiday money-spurge!|
|atr||6:45pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|excellent screen, 3D Maps, and great voice instruction Not many Does a great job of finding an address out of town. Had problem getting SD to load|
|Arise||2:51pm on Monday, July 12th, 2010|
|This is my first navigator and the logic astounds me. I have just upgraded to V3 and only phoned support twice.|
|Zawiah Saki||11:44pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010|
|I purchased a Navman ICN 630 in May 2005, After a little research I found out that you can insert you own points of interest into the Navman (e.|
|tangyorange||5:28pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010|
|The unit is quite accurate. Antenna works in my car, and even indoors in the middle of my home.|
|Stev||5:43pm on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|Bought my Navman ICN630 sat nav second hand (online), works a treat but DOES NOT have FULL postcode facility, in other words. I have had my 630 ...|
|yankee||7:18am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|Navman iCN630 gps car navigation system - I am a new user of sat nav systems but am now a complete convert.|
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The iCN 630 unit itself has 64 Mbytes of internal memory available for storing maps. If this is not sufficient for your needs, extra memory in the form of MMC (Multi Media Card) or SD (Secure Digital) memory cards are also available to store additional maps. A memory card can be plugged into the slot in the top of the iCN 630 unit, and can be purchased in various sizes. The largest card that can be used by the iCN 630 is 256 Mbytes. For more information on memory cards, refer to Section 14 Accessories.
Further accessories are available for your iCN 630 In-Car Navigation Unit. You can purchase the following from your retailer: An external antenna required if your vehicle is fitted with an athermic (heat reflective) or a heated windshield, or for extra GPS performance in weak signal areas. Re-radiating antenna an alternative to the external antenna for vehicles fitted with athermic or heated windshields, or for extra GPS performance in weak signal areas. Memory card writer an external device that connects to your PC and allows you to download maps directly onto an SD or MMC memory card.
For more information on accessories and athermic or heated windshields, refer to Section 14 Accessories.
3 INSTALLING SOFTWARE AND NEW MAPS
You will have received a CD-ROM with your iCN 630 unit. The CD-ROM contains software that allows you to: Install and upgrade the smartMAP software onto your iCN 630 unit. Install new maps to your iCN 630 or memory cards. Backup any Settings, Shortcuts and Favourites you have saved previously in your iCN 630 unit.
Before you can use any of these features, you firstly need to set up the iCN Desktop software on your PC. You will then be able to download software and maps to your iCN 630 unit via a USB port on your PC.
If the installation wizard does not start automatically, click Start on the Windows taskbar, then click Run Type d:\setup.exe, then click OK. If your CD-ROM drive is assigned to a letter other than d, type this letter instead.
Installing iCN Desktop
Place the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive on your computer. The iCN 630 Desktop Installation wizard should start. The Language Selector screen is displayed. Make your selection by clicking on the language you require.
Once installed, you can start the application in future by creating a Shortcut on your desktop, or clicking Start Programs Navman iCN Desktop from the Windows taskbar.
Follow the on-screen prompts to complete your License Agreement and load the iCN Desktop application onto your computer. Once the wizard has finished the installation, iCN Desktop will automatically start.
You are now ready to personalize your iCN 630 unit. There are four main steps required before you can use your unit. Step 1. Connect the iCN 630 to your computer. Step 2. Install the smartMAP application onto your iCN 630 unit. Step 3. Install the maps you require onto your iCN 630 unit. Step 4. Read the user manual to familiarize yourself with the functions in the unit. The following sections will lead you through these steps, and will also explain the other functions available from the iCN Desktop application.
Step 2: Installing iCN Application
This function allows you to install smartMAP software into a brand new iCN 630 unit, or to upgrade existing software to a newer version. Before beginning, make sure the unit is connected to the computer via the USB port refer to the previous section Connecting the iCN 630 to Your Computer for more information. (Your unit is correctly connected if the display shows a computer and iCN 630 unit connected together).
Click iCN Application from the Main Menu.
Hint: You will lose all of your Settings, Favourites and Shortcuts when you upgrade your software. Use the Backup function to save these settings before upgrading the software. Refer to Backup Device Settings for further information.
This is a two-step process. Firstly you must install the software, then you must register the installation in order to activate the application. Click on Install Application. The installation may take several minutes to complete. Please do not open other applications on your computer during this installation. Now you must register your installation so that your software will activate. To do this, you need to have an internet connection. Click on Activate Software. You will need to enter registration information. Some is optional - be sure to complete all of the Required fields. You will be prompted to enter a Product Key which can be found on the CD-ROM case (supplied). Once you have completed the software activation, you are now ready to install maps.
You will need to have Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5 or above to correctly activate the software. WARNING: you will need the Product Key found on the back of your CD-ROM every time you upgrade your software. Keep this in a safe place.
STEP 3: Installing Maps
This function allows you to manage the maps that you can use on the iCN 630. Refer to Section 15 Available Maps for a list of maps included on CD-ROM in your country of purchase. The iCN 630 has 64 Mbytes of internal memory available for storing maps - the unit can store one or many map regions depending on their size. Additional maps can be stored on SD or MMC memory cards. Maps can be changed at any time. The main options are: Review the maps you currently have stored in your iCN 630 unit or memory card. Download new maps into your iCN 630 unit. Download new maps to a memory card plugged into your iCN 630 unit. Download new maps to a memory card using a memory card writer on your PC. Remove maps from your iCN 630 unit or memory card.
Before beginning, make sure the unit is connected to the computer via the USB port refer to the section Connecting the iCN 630 to your computer for more information. (Your unit is correctly connected if the display shows a computer and iCN 630 unit connected together).
Snap the iCN 630 unit onto the socket clip. First, position the two locating tabs on the underside of the unit into the corresponding slots on the socket clip. Then snap the upper side of the unit into the clip. Flip the aerial outwards so that the aerial is pointing horizontally.
Aerial points up and out
In vehicles where auxiliary power is permanently on, the unit can be switched on and programmed as soon as the power adaptor is connected. Switching the engine on will not reset the unit.
Plug the power cable into the socket on the left hand side of the unit. Plug the other end of the power adaptor into the vehicles cigarette lighter socket. Make sure that the unit is positioned such that the aerial has a clear view of the sky. In most vehicles, you will need to have the engine idling in order to program your route into the unit. While you can switch on the unit with just the auxiliary power on (i.e. your key in the Auxiliary ON position), turning the key to switch on the engine may interrupt power to the unit and your programmed route will be saved for re use. It is recommended that you program your route with the engine may already idling, but with the automatic shift of your car in Park and the handbrake applied.
Suction or Adhesive Mount to Dash
1 Choose a position on the dash where the iCN 630 will be clearly visible by the driver. Follow the safety guidelines at the front of this manual to ensure that the unit does not obstruct the view of the driver, or interfere with the operation of any airbags and safety devices in the vehicle. Make sure that both the dash and the suction cup are thoroughly clean. Suction Mount: if the location you have chosen is flat enough, you can simply use the suction cup to mount the unit directly onto the dash. Adhesive Mount: If the location you have chosen is not suitable to use the suction cup alone, stick the sucker pad down first to give a flat surface. Do this by removing the protective layer from the adhesive tape on the underside of the sucker pad, and pressing the sucker pad firmly down for 30 seconds in the desired position on the dash. NOTE: this is a permanent solution the adhesive tape and sucker pad cannot be removed from the dash once fixed. Hold the suction cup firmly against the dash or centrally on the sucker pad, and press the lever down until it snaps shut. The ball foot should now be securely fixed. Slip the locking nut loosely over the ball foot, with the flat side facing upwards.
To remove the suction cup, pull the lever up. Release the suction using release tab.
Lever Suction cup
Make sure the short side of the socket clip is on top
To modify Settings:
Note: Any changes that you have made to the Settings are saved once you exit he page (by pressing ESC or selecting the onscreen ESC key).
To modify an either/or setting, scroll to the option you want using the 8-way toggle button , then press OK. The dot will disappear from the previous setting and will be displayed next to your chosen option. To modify an enable/disable setting, scroll to the option you require using the 8-way toggle button , then press OK to display/remove the box. Some Settings screens have options that spread across multiple screens. Scroll down to Page Fwd using the 8-way toggle button , then press OK.
Entering Text with the On-screen Keyboard When entering information about your destination, you will use the controls and an on-screen keyboard. You can enter a street name or area by typing in the full name, or typing: the beginning of the name then selecting from the list on the lower half of the screen. Use the up/down toggle button to scroll between the keyboard, the text entry line and the window containing a list of streets or areas.
Use this to view different symbols on the keyboard Text entry line List of streets or areas available for selection from the information you have already entered Select Page Fwd or press to see more of the list
Select ESC or press ESC to return to the previous screen
To type in the name:
Hint: As you are entering text, the list of available streets or areas will only contain those that match the information you have already entered (e.g. streets beginning with H in Wellington, New Zealand).
Move around the keyboard using the 8-way toggle button. Press OK to select a letter. The selected letter will appear on the text entry line below the keyboard. If you make a mistake, press ESC to delete the last letter or hold down the ESC key to delete the whole line at once. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until finished, or use the 8-way Toggle to select from the list at any time (press to see more available streets or areas in the selection list.
To select a name from the list: Scroll down to the list of available streets or areas using the up/down toggle button. Press or select Page Fwd to see more of the list. Scroll through the list to find the name. Select a name by pressing OK.
Select TOWN. As above, type in a town or choose from the list provided. Select INT. OF. A list of streets in your chosen town is displayed. Type in or choose one of your street names from the list provided. Select AND. A list of streets that intersect with the first street is displayed. Type in or choose the intersecting street name from the list provided. Once the unit has enough information, the details are displayed.
Note: if you power down before selecting GO or SAVE, your address information will be lost.
Choose one of the following: Select GO. The unit will calculate the route and display the intersection on the navigation screen. Select SHOW. The unit will not calculate the route, but will simply display the address using the Map Browser mode. From here you can select this address as your destination or move around the map to find a different destination. Refer to Section 7 Setting Your Destination Straight From the Map for more information. Select SAVE. This will allow you to save the destination as a Shortcut or Favourite. Refer to Section 9/10 Programming Shortcuts/Favourites for more information.
Heading to a point of interest The map information that you are using also has a wide number of Points of Interest stored for your convenience. A Point of Interest is any named site, feature, landmark or public venue. There can be thousands of Points of Interest in larger cities, so they are sorted into categories. Points of Interest categories may be hotels, churches, schools or parks to name just a few.
Example: if you wish to locate a hotel in a particular area, use this function by selecting CATEGORY accommodation, TYPE hotel. Enter the area of interest, and select from the list of hotels provided.
From the Main Menu, select DESTINATION, then POINTS OF INTEREST. Select CATEGORY in the Destination : POI screen. Use the left/right toggle button to cycle around the options provided. Select TYPE. This will narrow down the number of options available. Use the left/right toggle button to cycle around the options. Select COUNTRY. Use the left/right toggle button to cycle around the options.
Select AREA. To enter an area, choose one of the following: In the text entry screen, type in an area of interest. Once you have finished, position the cursor on the text entry line, and press OK to confirm your selection. Alternatively use the up/down toggle button to choose from the list provided, then press OK to confirm your selection.
Screens such as Select POI may have more than one page to view. In this example, the screen displays the first 4 POIs of a total 9 (1-4 of 9). Press or select Page Fwd to view the next 5 POIs on the list.
Once you have entered all the information in the Destination : POI screen, press OK. Press OK to select a POI from the list provided in the Select POI text entry screen. Once the unit has enough information, the details are displayed.
Choose one of the following: Select GO. The unit will calculate the route and display the POI on the navigation screen. Select SHOW. The unit will not calculate the route, but will simply display the address using the Map Browser mode. From here you can select this address as your destination or move around the map to find a different destination. Refer to Section 7 Setting Your Destination Straight From the Map for more information. Select SAVE. This will allow you to save the destination as a Shortcut or Favourite. Refer to Section 9/10 Programming Shortcuts/Favourites for more information.
Using a Saved Favourite The iCN 630 unit allows you to store up to 100 Favourite destinations, to save you from re-entering the location again. Use Shortcuts for your 8 most regular locations, and store other commonly used locations as Favourites.
Add a new Favourite through the DESTINATION FAVOURITES menu. Refer to Section 10 Programming Favourites for more information.
From the Main Menu, select DESTINATION, then FAVOURITES. Select your destination from the Favourite list.
You are taken to the Edit Favourite screen, where your destination is displayed, and you are able to change details such as the name or type of Favourite that you have assigned. Refer to Section 10 Programming Favourites Editing or Deleting a Saved Favourite for more information. Choose one of the following: Select GO. The unit will calculate the route and display the destination on the navigation screen. Changes you have made while in the Edit Favourite screen will automatically be saved. Select SHOW. The unit will not calculate the route, but will simply display the address using the Map Browser mode. From here you can select this address as your destination or move around the map to find a different destination. Refer to Section 7 Setting Your Destination Straight From the Map for more information. Select DELETE. This will delete your saved Favourite, and return you to the Favourite list. Select SAVE. This will save any changes you have made while in the Edit Favourite screen, and return you to the Favourite list.
GPS strength indicator
Note: You can use the Map Browser screen to set your destination. Refer to Section 7 Setting Your Destination Straight From the Map for more information.
Note: if you power the unit off or switch off your engine while viewing your route, the unit will automatically return to this view when you restart.
Navigation Map Similar to the Map Browser view, except that the map is always oriented to the direction in which your vehicle is travelling. This is often an easier way to keep your bearings. From the Main Menu, select MAP. Change to the Navigation Map by pressing Zoom in and out as required using + and. -.
Direction of next turn Next instruction Compass
Your current position is marked with an arrow Map scale GPS strength indicator Additional information can be displayed here. Press the left/right toggle button to scroll through the options. Current speed Current time Current bearing / heading (HDG) Distance to next turn Distance to go to destination (DTG) Expected time of arrival at destination (ETA) Time to go to destination (TTG)
The street you are travelling on
Note: the unit must have planned a route before you can use this view. Refer to Section 7 Setting Your Destination to calculate a route.
Next Instruction This view clearly shows the information that you need for the next turn the direction of the turn and the distance to the turn. 3 From the Main Menu, select MAP. Press repeatedly until you see this screen.
Direction of next turn
Distance to next turn
Additional information can be displayed here. Press the left/right toggle button to scroll through the options. Current speed Current time Current bearing / heading (HDG) Distance to next turn Distance to go to destination (DTG) Expected time of arrival at destination (ETA) Time to go to destination (TTG)
Next 4 Instructions The most simple of views, the next four turns are described by the direction of the turn, the next street name and the distance to the turn. The very next turn is highlighted, and is always at the top of the list. Your current street name is displayed along the bottom of the screen. As with the Next Instruction screen, the iCN 630 must have planned a route before you can use this screen. Refer to Programming a Destination to calculate a route. 3 From the Main Menu, select MAP. Press repeatedly until you see this screen.
This function can be disabled in the SETTINGS menu.
Back-on-Track Feature The iCN 630 is designed to re-plan your route automatically if you take a wrong turn. A ? symbol will appear in the top left-hand corner of the map screens when the unit is busy recalculating the route.
The automatic restart facility is useful if, for example, you stop the vehicle to refuel.
Automatic Restart Feature 1 If you power down while travelling to a destination (i.e. when a route has been calculated), the unit will automatically return to your chosen map screen when you restart. The route will be recalculated from your current position. If you power down while you are in the process of changing Settings, the changes you have made will be lost. If you power down while entering a destination address (before the unit has calculated the route), the information you have entered will be lost. If you do not wish to continue using the programmed route when you restart the unit, return to the Main Menu by pressing the MENU/Power button. You will notice that an additional option is available in the Main Menu called CANCEL ROUTE. Select CANCEL ROUTE. Do not remove an SD or MMC memory card while navigating or the unit may reset. Remove memory cards from the unit only when no route is set.
9 PROGRAMMING SHORTCUTS
Eight of your most frequently used destinations can be stored in the unit to save you time. Once saved, your Shortcuts can be accessed quickly through the Shortcuts menu with the minimum of key presses, and without having to re-enter any information.
You can also add a new Shortcut through the DESTINATION FAVOURITES menu.
Adding a New Shortcut
From the Main Menu, select SHORTCUTS. Choose one of the following: Select NEW. Alternatively, select one of the empty Shortcuts.
Select one of the options from the New Shortcut list: ADDRESS follow the instructions in Section 7 Setting Your Destination Heading to an Address. INTERSECTION follow the instructions in Section 7 Setting Your Destination Heading to an Intersection. POINTS OF INTEREST follow the instructions from Section 7 Setting Your Destination - Heading to a Point of Interest. CURRENT LOCATION iCN 630 will automatically store the location of your current position as a new Shortcut (you must have a GPS fix to use this option).
Current heading in degrees and ground speed
A green circle means the unit has a valid fix Select Page Fwd or press PAGE to view the next GPS status screen of settings.
The circle on the right-hand side of the screen is coloured green when there is a valid fix (2D or 3D), and red when there is no fix available. The 12 satellites that could be viewed from your current position are shown as bars. The satellites are represented as follows: Grey Bar - No signal from satellite Red Bar - Signal being received from the satellite but not used in fixing your position Green Bar - Good signal being received and satellite being used to fix your position.
Satellite Positions This screen shows you the position of each satellite in relation to the earth. You can check on the status and performance of an individual satellite by selecting that satellite using the left/right toggle button. The performance of the selected satellite is displayed as shown below.
Each circle represents a satellite
Select ESC to return to the previous screen
Performance of selected satellite.
Again, the satellites are displayed in different colours to represent the status of each. Clear circle - No signal from satellite Red circle - Signal being received from the satellite but not used in fixing your position Green circle - Good signal being received and satellite being used to fix your position Yellow satellite icon - This indicated the satellite whose information is being displayed
12 MODIFYING THE SETTINGS
Your unit is already preprogrammed with default settings it is not necessary to change the settings if you are happy with the default setup.
The unit has a number of Settings that you can alter. You can: Change the colours and brightness of the DISPLAY to suit the driving conditions or your own preferences. Use the ROUTE & GUIDANCE screen to instruct the unit to find the shortest distance or fastest time, to avoid certain road conditions or to change voice settings. Select the POINTS OF INTEREST that are relevant to you. Change the format of certain settings in the GPS Status screens. Use the USER screen to clear your Favourites, Shortcuts or recent destinations from the units memory.
or selecting Page Fwd.
Enable the Auto Simulate box to run an automatic route simulator. This allows you to program a route without a GPS fix (for example, from inside a building), and view the route without going anywhere. Refer to the section below for more information on using the Automatic Simulator. Enable the Repeat box to let the automatic route simulator run continuously.
Select SETTINGS then ABOUT from the Main Menu to view the software version and copyright of the unit.
User Settings The User Settings function allows you to quickly clear some or all of the information that you have stored in the unit for example your Favourites. You can also disable the tutorial that is automatically run when you power up the unit.
Note: it is advisable to backup your Settings, Favourites and Shortcuts regularly, and before using the Clear Lists function. Refer to Section 3 Installing Software and New Maps Backing Up Device Settings for more information.
From the Main Menu, select SETTINGS, then USER. Enable or disable the Show at Startup box in the Tutorial menu. Enable or disable the Driver Protection screen. If you wish to clear any of the information you have stored, simply scroll to the appropriate button in the Clear Lists menu and press OK.
Maps The maps setting allows you to manage maps loaded on both the internal memory and a secure Digital (SD) card. Maps will only be loaded when the unit is turned on if the check boxes are ticked.
13 AUTOMATIC ROUTE SIMULATOR
The automatic route simulator allows you to program a route without a GPS fix (for example, from inside a building), and view the route without going anywhere. To use the auto simulator, you must first set a departure point and a destination. There are many ways to do this, but here is an example of one way you can set up the auto simulator.
Press ESC at any time to return to the automatic Map Browser screen.
From the Main Menu, select SETTINGS, then USER. Go to the Settings - GPS screen by pressing Simulate box. Return to the Main Menu, and select MAP. Press OK to display gridlines you are now in the manual Map Browser screen. or selecting Page Fwd. Enable the Auto
If you dont want to use the Map Browser screen to select your destination, use one of the other methods described in Section 7 Setting Your Destination.
Use the 8-way toggle button to position the intersection of the gridlines over the DEPARTURE point that you require. When the gridlines are over a street, the street name is shown along the bottom of the screen. Press OK to select the location. The address details are automatically displayed. Select START to program this location as your departure point. You are then returned to the Map Browser screen. Press OK to display gridlines. Again, use the gridlines to select the DESTINATION point that you require. Press OK to select the location. The address details are automatically displayed. Select GO to start the auto simulator. To stop the auto simulator, press MENU/Power Select CANCEL ROUTE. to return to the Main Menu.
Is the system NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) compliant? Yes - all NAVMAN GPS receivers support NMEA 0183 Ver 2.20 and communicate at 57,600 Baud to increase the performance of the receiver.
The GPS seems to lose its fix randomly why is this? Many things can affect the GPS reception. It is always best to be outdoors with a clear view of the sky. The GPS receiver will continue to search for a signal, and automatically re-calculate the route once reception is restored.
The iCN Desktop application will not allow me to load any more maps into my unit. What can I do? The iCN 630 unit has 64 Mbytes of internal memory available for storing maps. It is likely that you have used up all this memory. To store more maps, choose one of the following: Delete a map that you do not require any more. For information on deleting maps, refer to Section 3 Installing Software and New Maps Installing Maps. Remember that you can back up Settings, Shortcuts and Favourites to your PC first if you wish to load a new set of maps.
Purchase an SD or MMC memory card. These cards are available from your retailer in a number of sizes the recommended size to use is 128 Mbytes or 256 Mbytes. The memory card plugs into the top of your iCN 630 unit, and gives you more memory to store additional maps.
There are no audible instructions when I am driving to my destination What could be wrong? It is likely that the volume is turned down. Hold down the volume + button on the right hand side of your unit to increase the volume. Remember, if you give the volume button a short press, the very next instruction will be repeated.
My passenger often programs in our destination as I drive. Can I turn off the Driver Protection screen? Yes this screen can be disabled in the User Settings Menu. From the Main Menu, select Settings, then User. Make sure that the check box labelled Driver Protection Warn driver when operating unit is not ticked.
The tutorial keeps running every time I start up my unit can I turn it off? Yes the tutorial can be disabled in the User Settings Menu. From the Main Menu, select Settings, then User. Make sure that the check box labelled Tutorial Show at startup is not ticked.
My unit will not start up what should I do? Check that you have followed the instructions in Section 3 Installing Software and New Maps correctly. If your unit still does not run, take the unit to your retailer.
18 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
End User License and Warranty Agreement Software Product License: IMPORTANT - Please read carefully
NAVMAN (THE LICENSOR) IS WILLING TO LICENSE THE iCN 630 SmartMAP SOFTWARE (THE SOFTWARE) TO YOU (THE CUSTOMER) ONLY IF YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS OF THIS LICENCE. PLEASE READ THE TERMS CAREFULLY, BECAUSE USING THIS SOFTWARE WILL BE DEEMED TO BE YOUR ACCEPTANCE THAT YOU ARE USING IT ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS LICENCE DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THE SOFTWARE AND RETURN THIS PRODUCT PROMPTLY, INCLUDING ALL PACKAGING AND WRITTEN MATERIALS, TO THE LICENSORS REPRESENTATIVE AND ANY AMOUNT YOU MAY HAVE PAID WILL BE REFUNDED TO YOU (LESS ANY DELIVERY AND HANDLING CHARGES). 1. The Licensor grants to the Customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable licence to use: (a) one copy of the Software on one of the Customers handheld devices; and (b) the accompanying materials, including any manuals contained in the Software (the Materials), in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Licence. 2. Where the Customer uses the Software on a handheld or any other device (the Device) in a vehicle, the Customer must not place, secure or use the handheld device in a manner that may cause accidents, personal injury or property damage or in any way obstruct the visibility of the Customer. The Customer is solely responsible for observing safe driving practices and will not operate the Software while operating a vehicle. 3. The copyright and all other intellectual property rights in the Software and Materials (including any enhancements or modifications) are vested in the Licensor. The Customer must not to rent, lease, reproduce, translate, adapt, vary, reverse-engineer or modify the Software or Materials nor communicate the same to any person other than in accordance with the terms of this Licence. 4. The Customer may not copy the Software or Materials except that one copy of the Software may be made to the extent that such copying is necessary for the Customers own backup purposes. 5. Except for the warranty provided by the Licensor for the product that includes the Software the Licensor expressly excludes to the fullest extent permitted by law all representations or warranties, express or implied (except any which may not lawfully be excluded), including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. 6. The Licensor will not in any circumstances be liable under the law of tort, contract or otherwise for any indirect or consequential loss or damage, including any loss of profits, however caused, arising in connection with the use of, or inability to use, the Software. If any limitation or exclusion or liability contained in this Licence is held to be invalid for any reason and the Licensor becomes liable for loss or damage that would otherwise have been excluded, that liability will be limited to the total amount actually paid by the Customer for the Software. 7. The Licensor may terminate this Licence immediately if the Customer breaches any of its obligations under this Licence. Immediately following termination of this Licence the Customer must deliver to the Licensors Representative, or destroy all copies of, the Software and Materials in whatever form possessed by the Customer. Limited Warranty: IMPORTANT: The following terms and conditions may vary from country to country. Please check with Your Navman dealer from where You purchased the product. Hardware Product: Navman warrants its products to be free from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use for one year from the date of purchase (the Warranty Period) to the original owner (You). To claim under this warranty, You must return the product to the place of purchase, or a service centre approved by Navman (Service Centre). You must produce an original sales receipt as proof of purchase. 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NavMan iCN630 vs. Garmin StreetPilot
Compare Chart Courtesy of Auto Nav 2000 Plus, Inc.
Navman ICN 630
Physical Housing Dimensions (H" x W" x D") Weight (lbs) Connectivity Speaker External Antenna Connector Display Resolution Display type Display Size Colors Daylight Viewable Performance Processor WAAS DGPS Position Accuracy Position Updates Voice Directions Turn-by-turn Automatic Rerouting Storage Base Memory Expansion Memory Power In-Vehicle Power At Home Mounting Portable Mount Dash Mount Metal (Magnesium) 3.0 x 6.5 x 1.6 (31.2 cu. in.) 0.75 USB/Mini USB Cable 2" Integrated Yes 320 x 240 Active matrix TFT 3.25 x 2.25 (7.3 sq. in.) 256 Yes Intel PXA250 w/ Xscale Tech Yes 5 meters 95% of the time 1 second Yes Yes Yes 64MB Map and Data storage Off the Shelf SD/MMC 12V/24V AC Adapter Windshield suction cup Yes
Garmin Streetpilot III
Plastic 3.2 x 6.8 x 2.6 (56.6 cu. in.) 1.3 USB Cable Attached to vehicle power adapter Yes 305 x 160 Passive Matrix STN 3.4 x 1.8 (6.1 sq. in.) 16 No Unlisted No 10 meters 95% of the time 1 second Yes Yes Yes None Proprietary 12V None Beanbag Yes
Stronger case 45% smaller 42% lighter More compact
57% greater Greater contrast and brightness 16% larger Viewable in Daylight Higher performance, faster redraw & calculations 50% greater accuracy
Greater storage Industry standard storage, low cost, convenience More versatile In-door planning More compact, less traveling/carrying weight
Navtech Database Windshield Mount Dash Mount 12/24V Power Adapter AC Power Adapter USB/Mini USB Cable Protective Carrying Case Screen Cleaner
Navtech Database Portable Mount Dash Mount 12V Power Adapter USB Cable
Smaller, lighter More compact, less traveling/carrying weight Use in 12V & 24V environments In house planning Minimize scratches, protect device Clean display without scratching Industry Std storage - low cost, convenience
Data Card Programmer
Navman iCN 630 is a convenient, powerful and easy-to-use In-car Navigation solution. Whether driving across country, around town or anything in between, the Navman iCN 630 includes everything needed for a complete street navigation solution. Relax with the confidence of NAVTECH map data - found in 100% of North America's in-car vehicle systems - combined with powerful street mapping software, will give you a premier mobile GPS street mapping solution! A windshield/dashboard mounting bracket and vehicle power adapter are also included so you have everything you need, to know where you are, and get where you are going.
|Product Type||GPS receiver|
|Accuracy||Position - 16 ft|
|Built-in Memory||128 MB|
|Supported Memory Cards||SD Memory Card|
|Maps Included||Canada, USA|
|Software Included||TeleAtlas United States and Canada, Navman SmartST V2|
|Resolution||320 x 240|
|Connector Type||Serial - USB|
|Included Accessories||PC cable, car power adapter, mounting bracket, carrying case|
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