GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM

GPS-4V2

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Congratulations on choosing your new Invion product. We have every expectation that you will be completely satisfied with your new purchase. To always guarantee optimal function and performance of your product, we would ask the following: • Before using the product for the first time, carefully read the operating instructions and adhere to the safety precautions! • All activities at and with this product may only be carried out as described in these operating instructions. • Please be sure to include the operating instructions in case you pass along this product to someone else. Packaging: This product is delivered in protective packaging to prevent transportation damage. Packaging materials are raw materials and can therefore be recycled. Please recycle these materials. 

Content
I. Brief introduction of Hardware..................................................5 II. Navigation Manual .....................................................................7
1. Introduction ......................................................................................7 Features .............................................................................................7 Guided Tour .......................................................................................7 Technical Support ..............................................................................7 2. Getting Started .................................................................................8 End User License Agreement ............................................................8 Driver Warning ...................................................................................8 Initial Configuration Wizard ................................................................8 Menus ................................................................................................9 Main Map .........................................................................................14 GPS Not Found ...............................................................................15 Map Views .......................................................................................15 Point on the Map ..............................................................................16 Screen Buttons ................................................................................16 Cycling Through Screens.................................................................17 3. Search for a Location ....................................................................17 Enter Address ..................................................................................17 Recent Locations ............................................................................. My Favorites .................................................................................... POI (Points of Interest) ....................................................................6 Route Manager ................................................................................9 Map Manager ...................................................................................4 Extras ...............................................................................................6 4. Settings ...........................................................................................39 Prompts ...........................................................................................9 Time Zone Settings ..........................................................................40 Language Settings ...........................................................................40 GPS Settings ...................................................................................40 Demo Button ....................................................................................41 

5. Installation ......................................................................................42 PC Requirements ............................................................................4 Installing the Console ......................................................................4 Console Toolbar ...............................................................................4 Map Screen Interface ......................................................................4 Installing a Map ................................................................................44 Load Map .........................................................................................44 Remove Map ...................................................................................44 Import Favorite Location ..................................................................44 Export Favorite Location ..................................................................46 III. MP3/Movie Player ...............................................................................48 IV. Specifications ....................................................................................50 V. Legal .....................................................................................................51 1. Notices, Disclaimers, and Terms of Use .....................................51 2. Copyright Notice ............................................................................52 3. Safety advice ..................................................................................53 4. Caution ...........................................................................................54 5. FCC compliance .............................................................................55 VI. Claims & Warranties ..........................................................................56

4

I. Brief introduction of Hardware
Standard Package Before getting started with your GPS, check to see that your Invion package includes the following items. If you are missing any parts, please contact your Invion dealer immediately. ● GPS Unit ● SD Card ● Card Reader (optional) ● Owner’s Manual ● DVD-ROM (optional) ● Accessories (see Specifications, page 50)
3 2 1 8

4  6 7

9 10 11

1. TOUCH SCREEN 2. BULIT-IN GPS ANTENNA 3. EXTERNAL ANTENNA SOCKET 4. SD CARD SLOT * . RESET 6. USB * 7. CHARGE INDICATOR

8. POWER / DEVICE TOP MENU Long press to turn the unit on and turn off / Short press when the device is on to switch to the Top menu. 9. HEADPHONE JACK 10. DC IN 11. TOUCH PEN

ABOUT THE TOUCH SCREEN • Before the unit starts up completely, do not touch the touch screen. Otherwise, the touch screen may fail to function. • The navigation device is mainly operated by touching the buttons on the touch screen. • If nothing happen when you touch the buttons on the touch screen, move your hand or the touch pen from the screen and touch the button again. • Do not touch any button which is grayed out. • Clean the touch screen with a soft cloth. 

. SIRF III Chipset operates behind athermic windshield 6 . Connect the other plug of the car adapter into the car cigarette socket. * For loading MP and Movies to the SD card. songs or videos to load them on the GPS device.CONNECTION Connect to Car Power 90° 1. we recommend using a separate SD card reader / writer. * USB: For installation use only. * SD CARD SLOT: Insert a SD/MMC card containing the navigation software. Connect the mini plug of the car adapter to the DC IN jack on the side of the GPS device.

1. no activation • Short tutorial for an easy start • Day and night views and turn-by-turn information Guided Tour When you first start the navigation system. by tapping the Tutorial button from the Extras menu. 7 . The Guided Tour is an excellent way of becoming familiar with the different navigation features available. You can also start the Guided Tour any time. or Points of Interest (POI) • Planning and optimizing of multi-stop trips • Car navigation with fastest or shortest route • Pedestrian navigation in parks and town centers • Fast installation. on foot or by bike. Technical Support If you have other questions about the software. Introduction Features Invion provides the following features for easy navigation: • Route calculation within seconds • High quality D/D maps with display of street names • QuickNav button for travel to a predetermined address • Address input via a full-size keyboard optimized for finger input • Storing of any location one click away • Cross border navigation without switching maps • Address retrieval from History. Navigation manual Welcome to the world of mobile navigation! With Invion. please contact your supplier.II. Simple operation. a message box appears prompting you to open the Guided Tour program. you can steer into a new era of mobile navigation. Favorites. clear maps in 2D or 3D mode as well as numerous innovative features and functions have made Invion the essential guide for every traveler – whether in the car.

• Prompts – Lets you specify the general navigation prompts that you want to appear and how direction notifications are displayed (for example. Select the “Do not display this warning again” checkbox to skip this message when starting. The top menu appears. 8 . Figure 1.Driver Warning Agreement Please take a moment to review the information provided before tapping the Agree button. • Tap the Next button to move from screen to screen. • Units of Measure – Lets you specify the system measurement units. The End User License Agreement screen appears for each map change where the user has not agreed to the license information. Tap the Done button on the QuickNav screen to save your configuration choices and exit the wizard. • QuickNav Settings – Lets you specify an address or point of interest that the device navigates to when you tap the QuickNav button on the Main Map screen. Please review the license information and tap the Agree button. Driver Warning When you start. Initial Configuration Wizard This wizard lets you easily configure the system settings before using the device by providing a step-by-step setup process to select an option for: • Language Settings – Lets you set text and voice language preferences. the End User License Agreement screen appears. Text or Symbol). Getting Started End User License Agreement When you start the device for the first time.2. • GPS Settings – Lets you set GPS configurations. the Driver Warning Message screen appears.

• Extras – Displays add-on features. Options – Provides 2D/3D and Day/Night map view options. as described in Recent Locations (on page 22). My Favorites. such as Addresses. Destinations Menu The Address button lets you navigate to an address. For more information. and the following submenus: • Route Manager – Displays features relating to route information.  . You can press the Menu button from the Main Map screen to display the top menu. The Cancel Route button stops the current navigation. The My Favorites button lets you navigate to a favorite location.Destinations Menu The Points of Interest button lets you navigate to thousands of interesting places. Figure 2 . Recent Locations.Provides the central navigation features. and POI (Points of Interest). as described in My Favorites (on page 23). • Map Manager – Displays features relating to selecting maps and specifying map settings. as shown below. as described in Enter Address (see “Enter Address” on page 17).Menus Destinations . and setting up the QuckNav route. see POI (Points of Interest) (on page 26). The Recent Locations button lets you navigate to a previously visited destination. Settings – Provides setting options to configure the navigation system. avoiding roads.

The Map Manager button displays a menu that lets you select from the following map buttons: Select Map. For more information. Units of Measure. For more information. Pedestrian Mode. The Next button lets you move between the Destinations and Options menus. Figure 3 . and QuickNav. Turn-by-Turn. 10 . and Map Settings. For more information. see Map Views (on page 15). For a display of D and D maps. see Map Manager (on page 4). see Route Manager (on page 9).The Map button lets you return to the Main Map screen. Avoid Road. Options Menu The Day/Night Mode toggle button lets you display the map view for either day or night driving. Free Map Browsing. For a display of day and night maps. Route Playback. The 2D/3D Mode toggle button lets you display the map view in -dimensional or -dimensional views for either day or night driving. see Map Views (on page 15).Options Menu The Route Manager button displays a menu that lets you select from the following route buttons: Show Route. The Extras button displays a menu that lets you select additional features. see Extras (on page 6).

see QuickNav (see “Quick Navigation” on page ). as described in Avoid Roads (on page 0). see Turn-by-Turn List (on page 9). For more information. The QuickNav Settings button lets you specify an address or place to which you can navigate with a single tap on the QuickNav button. such as toll roads or selected streets.Route Manager Menu The Turn-by-Turn button lets you display the complete. For more information. For more information. step-by-step directions to your destination. Figure 4 – Route Manager Menu The Avoid Roads button lets you avoid a road type. This button is disabled when no route exists. The Route Playback button lets you record your route and play it back later. The Route Summary button lets you display your complete route on the Map screen. see Route Playback (on page ). 11 .

see Select Map (on page 4). For more information. The Guided Tour is an excellent way of becoming familiar with the different navigation features available. see Map Settings (on page 5). The Units of Measure button lets you specify the system measurement units. For more information.Map Manager Menu The Select Map button lets you choose among different maps on your memory card. you are not limited by vehicle constraints. Figure 5 – Map Manager Menu The Pedestrian Mode/Driving Mode button lets you toggle between traveling as a pedestrian or in a vehicle.Extras Menu The Multi-Stop Planner button lets you designate several stops on a route. 1 . The Tutorial button opens the Guided Tour program. The Free Map Browsing button lets you browse the map unconnected to the current location. the GPS system is not used. see Units of Measure (on page 5). and zoom features. In this mode. font. The Map Settings button lets you specify map orientation. Extras Figure 6 . For more information. Your current position is not detected and the navigation system does not keep track of your driving progress. Note that you can only generate a route up to ten miles and Voice prompts are not available. as described in Multistop Planner (on page 6). such as one way streets. When in Pedestrian Mode.

Settings Menu The Settings button.Settings Menu The GPS Signal button lets you configure the GPS settings. The Start Demo button lets the device display a simulated route. and driving directions. 1 . You can end the Demo by tapping the Stop Demo button. at the bottom of the Options menu. The Language button lets you select the language for announcing travel prompts. The Prompts button lets you specify the types of voice or visual prompts that you want to use. The Help button opens a text file providing technical support information. For more information. lets you configure your settings options. see GPS Settings (on page 40). street names. For more information. see Language Settings (on page 40). Many of the navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running. For more information. displaying the software version and copyright information. The About button opens an information box. Figure 7 . see Prompts (on page 9).

estimated time of arrival. 14 . The battery appears as green. The green GPS receiver means that a reliable GPS signal is located and that you are ready to navigate. electricity or battery. When you have calculated a route. These icons display your power source.Main Map You can use the icons displayed on this screen to plan and view your route. yellow. and speed and altitude. The GPS bar is a toggle button that displays the remaining travel distance and travel time. the Directions bar displays information about your next turn. Last known location when GPS signal is unreliable. Current location in Pedestrian Mode. Click this bar for a complete list of turn-by-turn directions. street name and address number. or red depending on whether the battery is recharged or weak.Map Screen Zoom In Power Indicator Menu Button Current location in Vehicle Mode. Generated route Travel direction The red GPS receiver means that a reliable GPS signal is not yet located. Directions Bar Current Location GPS-Generated Information Zoom Out Compass Quick Nav Volume GPS Status Figure 8 .

GPS Not Found When you first start navigating you will hear the message “Signal too low”. For more information about GPS. you can determine whether you want to see a twodimensional or three-dimensional map in daylight or nighttime conditions. 15 . • The GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky for uninterrupted GPS reception. • The navigation device is charged or connected to the cigarette lighter. in a tunnel). The navigation system cannot calculate the route if there is no GPS reception (for example. Please check that: • The GPS antenna is extended or flipped up. see GPS Settings (on page 40). This message means that your navigation device hasn’t yet located a reliable GPS signal. Check that your device is connected to the cigarette lighter and has a clear view of the sky. The “GPS not found” message means that there is not GPS antenna or the antenna is not properly installed. Map Views From the Options menu.

When you tap the Next button for a selected address. When you tap on the map. When you tap the Back button. This feature is especially helpful when you want to navigate to a specific point on the map. Add to My Favorites – This button lets you save a point on the map as a favorite destination.Point on the Map You can navigate to any point by tapping its location directly on the Main Map screen in both D and D map view. the software calculates the route to your selected destination. 16 . OK. or Done buttons confirm your value preferences and returns you to the menu or map. group. The Actions button provides a list of command options available for the selected address or place. the context menu appears with the following options: Go There – This button lets you calculate a route from the map point. which lets you calculate a route from a point other than your current location. The Save. Set as Origin –This button lets you designate the selected point as the starting point and not the destination. Figure 13 . the software automatically opens the next screen in the sequence.Point on the Map Options Screen Buttons The following buttons appear on many of the navigation screens. This is helpful if you see a location that you want to return you later. When you tap the Go button. but you don’t have the street address. the software returns you to the previous screen. or place.

• Selecting an item from the list and tapping the Next button. Search for a Location Enter Address When you tap the Address button. The sequence ends with the Show on Map screen. You can cycle through the screen sequences by either: • Selecting an item from the list and tapping it. an additional States address screen appears. 17 . Next and Back buttons to be enabled. such as Address. POI. Note: You must first select an item for Actions. 3.Display the Address Screen Note: For United States maps. Figure 14 .Cycling Through Screens Every navigation function. or My Favorites consists of a sequence of screens. the Address screen appears as shown below. where the destination is displayed and the Go button is available for you to calculate a route.

The operating system installed on the device must be able to support these characters. Note: When the number of address search results fit on a single screen. You can change your address search method by tapping the Mode button to select from a variety of address formats. such as town or street names. the software displays the next address field. Greek).You can use the keyboard to enter the characters of the address name. 18 . The Scroll buttons let you move up or down the list of address items. You can also tap the Next button to move through the sequence of address screens. If the search results do not display the desired address. The characters appear in the Address field. The Select key lets you display lowercase. The software automatically searches the Address list for the first occurrence of the entered characters. The following command keys are available to enhance your search process: If the automatic search feature does not find the specified search entry. After you have selected a city. such as street and address number. The Erase key lets you delete the last character in an address field. particularly useful when the address name consists of two or more words. use the Find button to conduct a sub-search. and special characters This button also displays different alphabet characters (for example. displaying the address list only. the keyboard is automatically hidden. display the keyboard and enter additional search characters. as described in Address Modes (see “Address Modes” on page 19). numeric. The Hide/Display Keyboard toggle button lets you extend or shorten the address list by hiding or displaying the keyboard.

It is useful when you’re looking for an address in a metropolitan area where there are many cities and towns. Street. the Smart Search System automatically searches for the entered characters throughout the entire list. Street. for example. in the middle or the end of the name. Address Number For every city. The software provides a variety of options for entering an address. City-Street is the default format. Address Number This mode lets you enter a street name without having to first designate a town.Note: If the entered characters are not found at the beginning of the name in the Address list. City-Street This sequence provides the following address screens: City. without entering a town name. Zip Code This sequence provides the following address screens: Zip Code. If you don’t know address number. Street 2 You can locate a road junction by entering the names of two intersecting streets. such as umlauts or accent marks. which are used in many European languages. Address Modes You can define the information used to locate an address by tapping the Mode button. Cross Streets This sequence provides the following address screens: City. The software lets you search for city and street names without having special characters. you can select the Street Midpoint. It is useful when you have no information about the town. Street. Street-City This sequence provides the following address screens: City. Address Number You can locate a street address by entering the post code. you also have the option of selecting the City Center. 19 . Street 1.

select the map of Canada and designate Montreal St. • Map of the country where you want to travel. Catherine Street as your destination. Address Actions When you have specified an address.In Other Maps You can select another map of a country that you can travel to by vehicle. as shown in the figure below. if you are in Boston and you want to travel to Montreal. Show on Map Lets you see the selected address on the map. Add to My Favorites Lets you add an address to your list of favorite locations. tap the Actions button to select from the following Address commands: Set as Origin Lets you designate the selected location as the route origin. This feature is available only when you have the following maps installed: • Map of the country where you are currently located. the major roads of USA) For example. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location. • The map of the major roads for that continent that connect one map to another (for example. 0 . a map of Major Roads of the US when traveling on a US highway. see My Favorites on page . For more information. The navigation device automatically displays the map of the US when traveling on local roads of that country. and the map of Canada when traveling on local roads of that country.

The navigation system shows your destination on the Show on Map screen before calculating a route. tap the Back button and change your address entries. as you are able to travel faster on some roads than on others. Quick is the default value. Remember. 1 . Figure 16 .Figure 15 . the shorter route may not always be the quickest. Check that the destination address is correct at the top of the screen. tap the Next button.Calculate your Destination This option selects the route that takes the least amount of time.Add Address to My Favorites Go to your Destination After you have specified the address. If you want to change the destination. This option selects the route that is the shorter distance.

button to create a route to your Note: Route generation excludes any detours.When you have specified the address. Set as Origin Delete Item Clear List Information Lets you designate the selected location as the route origin. select a location and tap the Show or Next button. tap the selected destination. stops or delays along the route. tap the Recent Locations button. To navigate to a recent destination. Lets you delete a recent location. Figure 17 . From the Recent Locations screen. A map appears showing the specified location. This button displays the location’s address information. Tap the Go button to calculate the route. Recent Locations The Recent Locations screen lets you select an existing destination from a list of destinations that you have previously traveled to. this software automatically stores the last 64 destinations in memory. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location. When you are ready. As each new route is added to the top of the list. you can tap the Actions button to select from the following command options.  .Calculate your Destination From this screen. you can instruct the navigation system how to calculate your route by tapping either the Quick or Short button. the older destinations at the bottom are erased. Lets you clear all locations in the Recent Locations screen.

The Show Map screen also lets you set your route type. as displayed on the map. The My Favorites screen displays your favorites groups. Enter the group name and select an icon to identify the group. see Go to your Destination (on page 1). Favorite Groups You can tap the Actions button from the My Favorites screen to add.My Favorites A Favorite is a destination that you have stored for easy retrieval.Travel to a Favorite Location Note: The My Favorites folder is the default folder where all favorites are stored if not assigned to a group. or delete groups. Figure 18 . Figure 19 . the Favorites Group screen appears. Faster or Shorter. open the Destinations menu and tap the My Favorites button. as described below. the navigation system automatically displays its stored locations. The icon identifies all destinations located in that group. To access a favorite destination. Add Group When you tap this button. When you tap on a selected group. Tap the selected location to show your destination on a map. edit. as shown below. For more information.Create Favorites Group  . Tap the GO button to calculate your route.

When you travel closer than the designated distance. the selected group and its associated entries are removed. the alert will sound.Edit Group Delete Group When you tap this button. You can change the name and icon. you can always create a group that has just one location. The nd Alert must be set to go off at closer distance than the 1st Alert. Favorite Alerts Alerts let you know that you are within a certain distance of a favorite location. Alerts can be set for a group but not for individual locations. You can disable the alerts for all groups by selecting the 1st Alert setting to Off. Activate that disabled alert by selecting the checkbox next to the group. the Favorites Group screen appears with the name and selected image of the highlighted group. You can tap the Alerts button to set the distances for the 1st and nd Alerts. You can disable the alerts for a particular group by clearing the checkbox next to the selected group. 4 . as shown below. Figure 20 . The My Favorites group cannot be deleted.Setting Your Favorite Alerts Notes: Favorite Alert settings affect all Favorites Groups. When you tap this button. Of course.

Lets you see the selected address on the map. or POI screens. comment. you can tap the Actions button to display the following commands. such as address details. or group location for the selected location. 5 . Favorites Actions From this screen. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location.Figure 21 .Disabled Favorite Alerts Add Favorite Locations Tap MY FAVORITES or any selected group that you have created to display its locations. For more information. This button displays additional address information. Set as Origin Show Map Edit Favorite Location Delete Favorite Location Information Lets you designate the selected location as the route origin. and other comments about the favorite location that you have entered. Lets you change the name. Tap the button to remove the selected location. phone number. see Add to My Favorites (on page 16). You can save a location to your favorites groups from the Address. Recent Locations.

The POI screen appears. restaurant. You can find a category by tapping the Hide/Display Keyboard button and entering text in the POI Category field. 6 . For more information about calculating a route. the software automatically displays the category entries and the distance each entry is from your current position. From the Show on Map screen. see Go to your Destination (on page 1). When selecting a category. you can use the software to guide you to a shopping center.POI (Points of Interest) The POI list is a collection of hundreds of interesting or useful places organized by easy-to-find categories. hotel. tap the Points of Interest button. click the Sort by ABC button to display the category entries in alphabetical order. Select your entry and tap or click the Next button to display your selected destination on the map and then tap the Go button to calculate your route. From the top menu. Quick or Short. For example. If you didn’t find the category through the initial search you can also use the Find button to do a sub-search. you can designate a route type. or gas station. Figure 22 – Points of Interest Notes: From the Item Entries Actions screen. The Smart Search System automatically displays the POI categories that match the characters entered. You can always browse the POI Category list by using the Browse buttons. particularly useful when the category name consists of two or more words.

such as Indian. which makes it harder to find the place that you are searching for. may have many subcategories each representing a particular brand name. and then increase the radius size if necessary. For example. For example. you know your general destination. this feature only searches within a five mile radius. where you want to search for a specific place. and French. The same is also true for hotels. For example. For example. It is best to start with a small search radius size. Italian. Search Radius Enter the location distance to search for a designated place. but not very much about interesting locations in the area. Note that this button is enabled only when a destination is entered. Other Address Lets you search near another address. or other locations. historical sites. The available options are listed below. you risk the chance of finding too many locations.POI Subcategories 7 . This is the default value. When you select a large search radius. the software searches the whole map and displays the locations according to the distance from you. Note: if you don’t specify a search radius. or restaurant. but on the way you want to stop at another location. such as a gas station. Figure 23 . hotel. lodging.Subcategories Many categories have subcategories to provide for an even greater list of choices. You can use this feature to locate the tourist attractions close to your destination. Gas Station. Restaurants have subcategories that represent different types of food. you have set a destination. Current Location Destination Lets you search near your current location. Lets you search near a specified destination. Search Near a Location You can tap the Near button to determine the location area. if you enter 5 ml. You can use this feature to search near that location for restaurants.

Lets you add an address to your list of favorite locations. see My Favorites on page  . This button displays the location’s address information.Show or Hide Symbol on Map You can select or clear the checkmarks next to a POI entry to show or hide the POI symbol on the Main Map screen. POI Actions When you have selected a POI location. Lets you change the name. as shown in the figure below. or group location for the selected location. Lets you see the selected address on the map. Set as Origin Show on Map Add to My Favorites Delete Favorite Location Sort By ABC or Distance Lets you designate the selected location as the route origin. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location. comment. Note: the software initially displays the entries by distance. Lets you sort the entries of the selected category alphabetically or by distance from your current location. tap the Actions button to display the commands listed below. Information 8 . For more information.

plus the travel distance and the Estimated Travel Time Remaining (ETR). tap the Route Manager button to display the route navigation features. displaying the following information: • The next turn direction • The distance to the next turn • The street name of the next turn When you tap the Directions bar. Note that when you exclude a turn.Turn-by-Turn Display The following options are available: The Route Summary button displays your entire route on the Main Map screen. The software recalculates the route automatically. the Turn-by-Turn list changes as you navigate the route. and the turn direction. Turn-by-Turn List When you display the Turn-by-Turn screen by tapping the Directions bar on the Main Map screen. the recalculated route may take longer. You can also tap the button to display the direction list. the navigation device displays a complete set of turn-by-turn directions from your current point to your selected destination. the distance to it. Use the Scroll buttons to move up or down the directions list.Route Manager From the Options menu. the Directions bar appears on the Main Map screen. as described in the sections below. including the street name. Figure 24 . 9 . After you have entered a destination and calculated a route. The Show Turn button displays the next turn on the Main Map screen. The Avoid button lets you avoid the selected turn in the directions list.

the estimated travel time. This feature is active only after a destination has been set.Route Summary or Cancel Route The Route Summary button lets you display an overview of your complete route on the Map Manager screen. You cannot allow or avoid specific toll roads or ferry routes. Ferries. stops the current navigation and clears the route. or Ferries and Toll Roads are avoided or allowed as an entire group. From the Route Manager menu. tap the Avoid Roads button. You can display the items in this folder and allow or avoid specific roads. and the complete destination address. My Roads to Avoid is a default folder that lets you store roads to avoid. The Cancel Route button. displaying the Toll Roads. Use this feature when you want to avoid congested roads. Figure 25 – Avoid Roads You can avoid or allow the road categories by tapping the button to include or exclude all items located in the group. or unsafe streets. Avoid Roads You can specify that certain roads be permanently excluded from your route calculations. and My Roads to Avoid. the total driving distance to your destination. in the Destinations menu. toll roads. The Avoid Roads screen appears. 0 .

Change the group name and tap Save.Avoid Road Groups From the Avoid Roads screen. Select a group and tap this button to remove the group from the Avoid Roads screen. The Actions screen lets you add a group as shown below. For example. Select a group and tap this button to change the group name. When you tap the Add Group button. the Avoid Roads Group screen appears. tap the Actions button. When you tap the Edit Group button. Edit Group Delete Group 1 . Enter the group name and tap Save. Figure 26 – Creating Avoid Road Groups When you tap the Actions button. you can create a group called “Country Roads” where you designate the roads in that area to be avoided. the Avoid Roads Group screen appears displaying the group name. you can select from the following commands: Add Group Create a new a group of roads to avoid. The new name is displayed on the Avoid Roads screen. The road entries in this group are also removed.

When you have completed updating your road information. you can use the Allow or Avoid buttons to include or exclude a selected road when calculating a route. To stop recording. tap Save.  .Adding a Road to Avoid Notes: You cannot specify a particular toll road. the navigation device displays the group screen. which lets you select roads to avoid. You can tap the Actions button from this screen to select from the following commands: Add Road Edit Road Delete Road Show on Map Information Lets you select a road. When you have made your changes. The system no longer avoids the removed road. Figure 27 . tap Save. Lets you rename the road and select a different group. The navigation device shows the Main Map screen and navigates you to the selected destination. Lets you show the map with the displayed destination for you to review before creating a route. An address screen appears for you to specify a town and street. From this screen. To record a route. return to the Route Playback screen and tap the Stop button. Route Playback This feature lets you record your route as you’re driving and then to play it back on the Main Map screen. Select a road and tap this button to remove the road from your group. This button displays the location’s address information.Avoid Road Locations When you tap Default or an Avoid Roads group. tap the Record button in the Route Playback screen.

This button removes all recordings. To stop the playback. For example. if you have selected “Gas Stations” as the QuickNav destination. Quick Navigation You can define the QuickNav location by selecting either the To Predefined Address or To Nearest POI Category in the QuickNav Settings screen. and tap the Play button. return to the Route Playback screen and tap the Stop button. select the data file. The navigation device plays the recorded route on the Main Map screen.To playback your recording. The range is from 100% to 00%.Setting the QuickNav Location  . when you click the QuickNav button from the Main Map screen. Use the arrow keys to adjust the playback speed. Figure 28 . a route is automatically created to the closest gas station. Route Playback Actions You can tap the Actions button to display the following commands: Delete Recording Clear All Recordings Playback Speed This button lets you remove a selected recording. When the location is selected. you can navigate to your address by tapping the QuickNav button displayed on the Main Map screen.

The map currently used appears at the top of the list. Lets you designate a selected map as the current map. The Select Map screen displays map details and version numbers. Lets you permanently remove a selected map. Select Map This feature lets you change the currently selected map to another map saved on your SD memory card.Map Manager From the Options menu. You can tap the Select Map button to display the maps saved on your SD memory card. tap the Map Manager button to display the map’s navigation features. Note: You cannot delete the current map.Select a Map You can choose from the following Select Map commands: Refresh Delete Select Lets you refresh the screen when a new memory card is inserted into the device. Figure 29 . as described in the sections below. 4 .

such as one way streets. tap the button. When creating a pedestrian route. 10th of a Mile • Kilometers/Meters Map Settings You can tap the Map Settings button to customize your map display. the software avoids motorways or other roads where pedestrians would not travel. When in Pedestrian Mode. Units of Measure You can tap the Units of Measure button to specify the measurement system you would want to use. You can select: • Miles/Yards • Miles. Tap the Free Map Browsing button to disconnect from the GPS receiver. go to the Settings menu and tap the From the GPS signal screen. you can generate a route up to ten miles and you are not limited by vehicle constraints. When you are ready to reconnect to the GPS receiver.Pedestrian Mode The Pedestrian Mode button lets you toggle between traveling as a pedestrian or in a vehicle. 5 . button. Free Map Browsing This feature lets you browse the map without the GPS receiver returning you to your current location. Voice prompts are deactivated in this mode.

Figure 30. Use Larger This option increases the size of street names to make the map Print easier to read. from the departure point to the first stop. and so on. the route recalculates to the second stop. North is up – This option orients the map so that North is always at the top. When you tap the Go button. If you manually change the zoom. the display automatically switches Mode Auto between day and night view according to the GPS time and date Switch information provided. If this option is selected.The following map settings are: Map Orientation Forward is up – This option orients the map so that your forward direction is always at the top. and zooms in at slower speeds. the zoom is speed dependent. displaying a larger map area. Extras From the Options menu. but you manually switch the day /night view. When you reach the first stop. the Automatic Zoom returns to a system defined zoom level after several seconds of inactivity. to display the add-ons as described in the sections below. Multistop Planner The Multistop Planner lets you plan a route with up to twelve stops. the route is calculated in stages. The Zoom map zooms out at higher speeds. Day/Night When this option is selected. it will remain in that mode until the next time the display automatically switches the day /night view. tap the Extras button. Use Automatic When this option is selected.Travel to Multiple Routes 6 . displaying a smaller map area.

Select one of these options. the navigation system automatically calculates the faster route. select the Actions button and tap Add Group. Add a stop by Address. The Add Stop screen appears. The Actions screen also lets you edit or delete a selected group. or delete a destination. enter the Group name and tap Save. rename. or designate a different group.The Show on Map screen provides you with the following route types: Faster and Shorter. or Recent Locations. enter a comment. Figure 31 . When you tap the GO button. From the Multistop Planner screen. From the Stops screen. Defining Route Groups A Route Group represents a group of stops. When you’re done. POI. Figure 32 . and tap the OK button. You can change the location name. specify a location. My Favorites. You can select Shorter (the default value) to calculate a route with the shorter physical distance between your current location and the selected designation. From the Add Group screen.Defining the Route Group Setting Stops Along the Route You can set up stops by selecting the Route Group and tapping the Next button.Specifying a Stop 7 . tap the Actions button to add. tap Save.

Stops Actions You can tap the Actions button for the following command options: Set as Origin Lets you designate the selected address as the route origin. such as name. Select the Show button to view the selected stop destination on the map. Lets you add a location by specifying an address from recent locations. Lets you remove a selected stop. the software changes the order of stops to create the most efficient route. such as gas. or pre-defined POIs. you can use the following commands: Use the Up or Down buttons to change the order of your itinerary. comments. Add Stop Rename Stop Delete Stop Optimize Route Information 8 . This may not be the most efficient route. or lodging. When you click Optimize Stops. This button displays the location’s address information. or route group. Note: You are still connected to the GPS signal. Tap Go to calculate the stop destination. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location. favorite locations. Lets you change the stop information.When in the Stops screen. Shows the stop destination on the map and lets you select a route type. Quick or Short. food. Your trip itinerary is created by the sequence of stops entered.

The Prompts screen appears. Visual Prompts Text Symbols None Directions are displayed as text. This prompt is not active by default. This prompt is automatically active by default. You can select the types of voice and visual notifications that you would like to use while navigating. Directions are displayed as symbols. Reminder at the start of each journey. Settings Prompts From the Settings menu. Alerts you if the GPS signal is lost. Warns that the GPS signal is too low and unreliable for navigation.4. This prompt is automatically active by default. Directions are not displayed. Activated when the software recalculates a new route. or if the power has been removed from the GPS receiver. This prompt is not active by default. 9 . tap the Prompts button. Voice Prompts Speed Warning Route Recalculation Unreliable GPS Signal GPS Not Found Drive Carefully Warns you when your car exceeds the speed limit.

as expressed by kilometers or miles per hour. ensure that the GPS receiver has a clear view of the sky.Time Zone Settings This screen lets you select your time zone.The angular distance east or west on the earth’s surface. • Altitude . GPS signals are automatically acquired and your vehicle’s location and position are constantly updated unless you are working in the Free Browse Map mode or you tap the GPS Off button. For best results. You can select the Daylight Savings checkbox for the Time Settings to automatically adjust for daylight savings.The location of a place north or south of the earth’s surface. • Speed .The rate of movement. Language Settings Lets you select the language for text and voice travel messages and driving directions.The height above sea level. The GPS receiver may take a few minutes to find its initial location. • Latitude . The following GPS information is displayed: • Longitude . 40 . GPS Settings The software uses the GPS receiver to pinpoint your location.

You can end the Demo by tapping the Stop Demo button.Demo Button Tapping the Start Demo button displays a simulated route. 41 . Many of the navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running.

Insert the DVD-ROM into the PC’s CD-ROM drive. Installation You can use the accessories provided with your GPS device along with the DVD-ROM to install new software on your GPS navigation device. Installing Active Sync Before installing the software on your GPS software. your PC must meet the following minimum system requirements: • CPU: AMD/Intel® Processor (300 MHz or faster) • Operating System: Windows® 000/XP • Memory: 18 MB RAM • Free space on hard drive for installation: minimum 500 MB • CD-ROM: 4x drive • Support ActiveSync 4. First you need to install Microsoft Active Sync on your PC. Note: The GPS device comes with a SD card that is pre-loaded with software. For further information and technical support please visit our website at www.mspx . PC Requirements To install and use the Console. You can download it for free from the Microsoft website: http://www. Installing the Console To install the Console: 1. This is needed to permit the communication between your Navigation GPS device and your PC. click OK. Steps to install Microsoft Active Sync 1.com/windowsmobile/activesync/default.5. After the download.com. and higher. Please read the Welcome message and click Next.supportplususa. you will have to install Microsoft Active Sync on your PC. When you have selected a language. The Console Installation Wizard prompts you to select the language used for the installation process. follow the instructions on the Microsoft website.microsoft. Do not attempt to install new software unless you have a technical background and you are sure of what you are doing. . 4 . Note: Active Sync requires Windows XP.

Open the Console. see Export Favorite Location on page 47. selecting DestinatorApps>Uninstall Console. 4. . Note: You can uninstall the Console by opening the Microsoft® Windows Programs menu. Connect the GPS device to your PC via the USB cable provided. When the PC asks you to locate the driver for the new hardware. Click on the Install Software button on the Console. Installing the software on your GPS device To install software onto your GPS device you must have Active Sync already installed on your PC: 1. see Import Favorite Location (on page 45). From the Target Device window in the Console. . When the installation is complete. 6. click on Change. For more information. For more information. see Installing a Map (on page 44). The Installation Status box displays the progress of the installation process. Lets you download a category of favorite locations from your device to a selected folder on your PC. Lets you install or remove a map. Select Storage Card as the target device and then click on OK. For more information. The wizard is ready to install the Console. Console Toolbar The following options are available from the Console Toolbar: Figure 33 – Console Toolbar Install Software Install/ Remove Maps Favorites Importer Favorites Exporter Lets you install new software to your device. Click Next. 5. click the Finish button to close the wizard. insert the DVD-ROM into your PC. 4. 4 . 5. Lets you download a list of your favorite locations from your PC to the selected My Favorites group on your device..

44 . . The installed map appears in the Installed Maps pane.Map Screen Interface Figure 34 – Console Standard Maps My Maps Installed Maps Maps available for installation. From the Standard Maps pane. Select either Storage Card or Removable Disk. . The Target Device dialog box appears. select a map and click the Install/ Remove Maps button. Standard and customized maps that are already loaded on your device. Maps that have been customized from a standard map. Installing a Map To install a map: 1. The amount of memory available for the selected target device appears on the Target Device Memory Balance pane.

From the Target Device pane. The list must be contained in comma-separated values (. Select the check box by the map you want to remove.dat files for storage on your device by using the Conversion Utility. click the Install/Remove Maps button. Select the map that you wish to load by clicking on the map image or select it from the list.Load Map On the Console. or Removable Disk. Click the Install/ Remove Maps button to remove the selected map. Remove Map In the Target Device pane. you can refresh your maps by clicking Tools>Refresh New Map Data. or Removable Disk.csv) files. A checkmark represents a selected map. The Installed Map pane displays a list of all the loaded maps available. you convert the . After you have selected your target device and have confirmed that there’s sufficient memory. As part of the download procedure. You can choose from Storage Card. click the Change button to specify where to install the map.csv files to . as shown below. You can choose from Storage Card. You can download a list of favorite locations from your PC to your device. Import Favorite Location The Favorites Importer lets you import content created and provided externally as a new Favorites category on the device. Your selected maps are installed and appear in the Installed Maps pane. 45 . This updates the Installed Map pane. click the Change button and select the location from where to remove the map.

Download the file to your device by clicking the Download button. specify a category name. To import a . On the Console.csv format.csv file: 4. Place 1 Comment 1 Fav. All the others are string values. 5.170 4. 46 .csv file. and click the Convert button. 6.7960 44. The Converter dialog box is displayed.8718 80 75010 8044 Munich Paris Zurich 17 01 1 Note: The Longitude and Latitude are numerical values.97889 8.7890 7.Figure 35 – Favorites Importer Conversion Utility Note: The Favorites Importing file structure must be in . The .csv file contains the following fields: Fav. This enables the Installing Map and Favorites Importer features. Place e Comment  9. click on a standard map. Click the Favorites Importer button. Select the . Place  Comment  Fav.08604 . The Report Area displays a message stating that the content of the file has been converted and that the file is ready for download. 7.

dat files to . 9.dat file. The list will be stored in Comma-Separated Values (. Click the Favorites Exporter button. 10. you convert the .csv) files.dat file: 8. Specify a category name.csv format for storage on your PC by using the Conversion Utility. The Converter dialogue is displayed. As a part of the export procedure. and click the Convert button. 47 . Upload the file to your PC by clicking the Upload button. The Report Area displays a message stating that the content of the file has been converted and that the file is ready to Upload. Click the Browse button and then select the .Export Favorite Location You can export a list of favorite locations from your device to your PC. Figure 36 – Favorite Export Conversion Utility To export a .

Tap SDMMC DISK folder to open the folder. . Add your music files to the MP3 folder and add your movie files to the MP4 folder in the SD card. . The folder list will be displayed. 5. Insert the SD or MMC memory card to the card slot. 48 . The file list will be displayed. If they do not exist create them. 6.III. Tap on the Top Menu to change to Media player mode. MP3/Movie Player For Loading Music and Movies using the SD card and card reader 1. 7. Open the SD card in “My Computer” and make sure that there are two folders named MP and MP4. and then safely remove the card reader. Insert the card reader into your PC’s USB port and insert the SD card into the card reader. Wait ten seconds after the file transfer is finished before removing the SD card from the reader. 4.

Tap to scroll down the folder list or file list. The following buttons appear on the Entertainment screens. Tap to increase the volume. Tap to play the next track.8. Tap to stop the playback. Tap to decrease the volume. Tap to play the files in the SD/MMC card in a random order. Tap to play a file or all the files repeatedly. Select a folder and double tap to open it. Select and double tap a file to start the playback. Tap to scroll up the folder list or file list. 49 . Tap to play the previous track. Tap to pause the playback. Tap to return to the Top Menu. Tap to play the mpeg4 file (*. 9. Tap to return to the file list. Tap to display the entertainment interface.avi) in full screen mode. Tap to return to the folder list.

480*7 RGB OS: Windows CE. Specifications 4” GPS Navigation with MP4 Player • • • • • • • • 4” 16:9 Wide LCD Screen.IV.Net 4. User Manual and Outer Carton 50 . 64 MB SDRAM CPU : ARM 400 MHz GPS: SIRF Star  High Sensitivity Receiver Plays MP4/MP3 file via SD card Dimension: 114L X 74W X H mm Weight: 90g Buttons and Ports: • Power on/off / Top menu • Power charge jack • USB jack • Reset Accessories: • 5V DC Car Adapter • 100—40V AC Adapter • Windshield Mount • Mounting bracket • Headset • USB Cable • Protective pouch • Printing: G/B.

Intellectual Property Rights. Patents pending. You may make one copy of the software for backup or archival purposes. Destinator Technologies makes no warranties or includes any conditions with respect to the products. Legal 1. Destinator Technologies © 2006 Destinator is a registered trademark of Destinator Technologies Inc. and you (the client) are not an owner of any copy thereof. Hardware and Software are proprietary to Destinator Technologies or its suppliers and are subject to copyright and other intellectual property laws. Client agrees that Destinator Technologies retains ownership of all rights. at its sole option. thus some of the foregoing may not apply to Client. . Notices. Map data: © 199 – 006 NAVTEQ. provided Client returns the defective Products to Destinator Technologies with proof of purchase and Destinator Technologies’ authorization. or consequential damages in connection with) the transactions contemplated by this agreement. Limited Product Warranty Destinator Technologies. Client and its affiliates and subcontractors agree not to reverse engineer any aspect of the Software and/or Products supplied under this agreement and further agree to pay assessed damages should such action take place. in any event. The Software copy is licensed to you the client. whether or not such damages were foreseen. (and Client hereby waives any indirect. incidental. Destinator Technologies shall not be liable to Client or any third party claiming through Client. trade secrets and like’s in all aspects of the Product(s). Unauthorized duplication is a violation of all applicable laws. express or implied. but not limited to. misuse. European. special.V. be liable to Client. Copyright © 006. Please note. Client’s only rights with respect to any Destinator Technologies software included with the Products shall be provided. Copyright and Copies. Except as expressly stated in this section. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing. not sold to you. including. Destinator Technologies specifically disclaims any express or implied warranty or condition of fitness for such purposes. works of authorship. The title to all Destinator Technologies Software remains with Destinator Technologies. or (iii) refund the purchase price. The Products are not designed or licensed for use in mission-critical applications. You may not otherwise copy the software. Destinator Technologies’ warranty hereunder does not apply in case of any damage caused by accident. . that the 1993-2006 is due to changes depending on which map release is used. air traffic control. including without limitation operation of nuclear facilities. warranties or damages. for any damages of any kind in excess of the amounts paid by Client under the terms of this agreement with respect to the products giving rise to such damages. Destinator Technologies’ warranty does not. apply to physical damage to the surface of the Product or replacement. (ii) replace the Product with a new or refurbished unit. Brazilian and Australian copyright and patent laws and international treaty provisions. or life support or weapons systems. under the terms of Destinator Technologies’ software license. nor the written materials accompanying the Software. requiring fail-safe controls. All rights reserved. Canada. to (i) use reasonable efforts to repair the Product with new or refurbished replacement parts. or their likelihood disclosed. Destinator Technologies shall have no obligation with respect to any data stored in the Product. In no event shall Destinator Technologies. fitness for a particular purpose and no infringement. As Destinator Technologies’ sole obligation and Client’s exclusive remedy for any breach of warranty. Liability Limitation. then it must be 1993-2006 51 . misapplication. then it must be 1993-2005. the implied warranties or conditions of merchantability. abuse. 4. aircraft navigation or communication systems. Destinator Technologies hereby reserves all rights not explicitly granted in this license agreement. Destinator Technologies agrees. warrants to the Client that the Products shall substantially conform to Destinator Technologies’ specification for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original purchase by the end user (the “Warranty Period”). title and interest in all intellectual property. The Software (including any copy thereof) is owned by Destinator Technologies or its suppliers and is protected by United States. or in hazardous environments. or alteration of any kind performed by anyone other than Destinator Technologies. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of or limitation on implied conditions. Disclaimers. if Q1 2006 is used. and Terms of Use 1. Other names and brands mentioned herein may be the property of their respective owners. if Q3 2005 is used. except as authorized by applicable law.

Inc. No part of this manual may be reproduced. Copyright Notice All rights reserved. Windows® is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. SupporPlus and Invion are registered trademarks and may not be used without express permission. SiRF. 5 . transmitted. downloaded or stored in any storage medium for any purpose without the express written consent of SupportPlus. SupportPlus hereby grants permission to print one copy of this manual and any revision hereto. SiRFstarIII and SiRF Powered are trademarks of SiRF Technology. provided that such printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this copyright notice and provided further that any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. copied. disseminated. SupportPlus reserves the right to change or improve its product and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. SiRFstar and the SiRF logo are registered trademarks of SiRF Technology.2. except as expressly provided herein. Inc.

and maps. Your local administration can give you information about collection locations and opening times. and always be fully aware of all driving conditions. Separate the packaging. • Old appliances do not belong in the household waste. visual sightings. 5 . or access any functions that require prolonged use of the unit’s controls while driving. Safety advice Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situation could result in an accident or collision resulting in death or serious injury. For safety. Do not become focused on the unit while driving. Dispose of old appliances correctly. • Do not mount in front of an airbag field of deployment.3. change settings. When installing the until in a vehicle. • Do not place unsecured on the vehicle dash. carefully compare information displayed on the unit to all available navigation sources. always resolve any discrepancies or questions before continuing navigation. Further information is available from your local administration. place the unit securely so that it does not interfere with vehicle operating controls or obstruct the driver’s view of the road. When navigating. and in the interest of the environment dispose of it properly. Do not input destinations. Always operate the vehicle in a safe manner. including information from street signs. • Do not mount where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. • Do not expose the unit to excessive heat or throw the device into fire. Packaging materials are raw materials and can be used again. Minimize the amount of time spent viewing the screen of the unit while driving and use the voice commands when possible. Pull over and come to a complete stop before attempting any such operations.

This is particularly true outside the United States. Do not attempt to use the unit for any purpose requiring precise measurement of direction. Notice to drivers in California and Minnesota: State law prohibits drivers in California and Minnesota from using suction mounts on their windshields while operating motor vehicles. The government’s system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and performance of the unit. location or topography.4. This product should not be used to determine ground proximity for aircraft navigation. or other factors that may affect safety or timing while driving. Although the unit is a precision navigation device. Important Information Map Data Information: On virtually all data sources contain inaccurate or incomplete data to some degree. where complete and accurate digital data is either not available or prohibitively expensive.71. Minnesota Statues 005. which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. become unsafe. SupportPlus takes no responsibilities for any fines. traffic conditions. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the United States government. penalties or damages that may be incurred as a result of disregarding this notice. weather conditions. Section 169. This unit is designed to provide you with route suggestions. It does not reflect road closures or road conditions. (See California Vehicle Code Section 6708(a). distance. Caution Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situations may result in injury or damages. Use the unit only as a navigational aid.) 54 . any navigation device can be misused or misinterpreted and therefore.

may cause harmful interference to radio communications.5. • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Unauthorized repairs or modifications could result in permanent damage to the equipment and void your warranty and your authority to operate this device. including interference that may cause undesired operation This equipment generates. if not installed and used in accordance with these instructions. 55 . there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. This device may not cause harmful interference. Do not attempt to open the casing to change or modify the unit in any way. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. • Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help Notice: This device has no user-serviceable parts. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and. . FCC compliance The unit complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class B digital devices for HOME OR OFFICE USE. Repairs should only be made by an authorized service center. Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: 1. The limits are designated to provide more reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation and are more stringent than “outdoor” requirements. This device must accept any interference received. However.

Service: For technical questions. go to the SupportPlusUSA website and click on “Register Your GPS Now”.com Important note: Please do not send your device to our address without having been requested to do so by our Service team. To register your product. please contact our Service team by our Website or E-mail. information about our products. For this reason we recommend you save your purchase receipt. VRS . at the sender’s expense.supportplususa.0 56 . The costs and the risk of loss for unsolicited mailings will be borne by the sender. our Service team is available as follows: Website: E-mail: www.com info@supportplususa. that is. We reserve the right to refuse the acceptance of unsolicited mailings or to return the corresponding merchandise to the sender carriage forward. and for spare part orders. Claims & Warranties In case of possible product defects.VI.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful