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MAGELLANGPS PioneerUser Manual

WARNINGSA measure of knowledge by the user is required for proper andsafe use of the Magellan GPS Pioneer . READ THE USER GUIDE& WARRANTY COMPLETELY.Use Good JudgmentThis product is an excellent navigation aid, but it does not replacethe need for careful orientation and good judgment. Never relysolely on one device for navigating.Use Care to Avoid InaccuraciesThe Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the U.S.Government, which is solely responsible for the accuracy and themaintenance of GPS. Certain conditions can make the system lessaccurate.No part of this User Guide may be reproduced or transmitted inany form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, includingphotocopying and recording, for any purpose other than thepurchaser’s personal use, without the written permission ofMagellan Systems Corporation. Copyright 1997 by Magellan Systems Corporation. All rightsreserved.Magellan and GPS Pioneer are the trademarks of MagellanSystems Corporation.P/N 22-60125-000

TABLEOFCONTENTSIntroduction . 1Welcome to the Magellan GPS Pioneer . 1GPS Pioneer Description . 1Magellan GPS Pioneer . 2Getting Started . 3Installing the Batteries . 3Getting Signals from Satellites . 3Initializing the Receiver - EZStart . 4Computing a Position . 5Basic Operation . 7Saving a Position Fix . 7Creating a Landmark . 8Viewing the POSITION Screen . 9Viewing the NAVIGATION Screens . 10Creating a GOTO Route . 13Summary . 14Working with Landmarks . 15Viewing a Landmark . 15Editing the Landmark Name . 16Deleting a Landmark . 16i

Working with Routes. 17Creating a Route . 17Viewing a Route . 19Activating/Deactivating a Route . 20Deleting a Route . 21Appending a Leg to a Route . 21Activating a Leg in a Route . 22Editing a Leg in a Route . 23Deleting a Leg From a Route . 24Additional Features . 25Viewing the Time and Date . 25Viewing Elevation . 25Viewing Battery Life . 25Changing Coordinate Systems . 26Changing Map Datums . 27Changing Distance Units . 27Changing Time Display and Time . 28Changing North Reference . 28Initializing the Receiver (EZSTART) . 29Activating the Demo Mode . 30Setting Display Contrast . 30Troubleshooting . 31Commonly Asked Questions . 32Icons . 34Accessories . 36Glossary . 37Index . 41ii

IntroductionWelcome to the Magellan GPS PioneerCongratulations on your purchase of the Magellan GPSPioneer satellite navigator. The GPS Pioneer is an easy-to-useGPS receiver designed to get you out in the “Great Outdoors”rather than spending hours reading a User’s Manual. Thereare, however, a few items that you need to be familiar with soit is suggested that you follow along at least through thechapter on Basic Operation.Before you begin, make sure that your package includes theitems listed on the GPS Pioneer box. If any items are missingor damaged, contact your Magellan dealer or retailer.GPS Pioneer DescriptionThe GPS Pioneer is a self-contained hand-held GPS receiverdesigned for general purpose position locating and navigation.It has a built-in antenna located at the top of the receiver, abacklit display, and keypad. Using two AA batteries, insertedfrom the battery door found at the back of the receiver, theGPS Pioneer will operate continuously for up to 24 hours.1

Magellan GPS PioneerGPS AntennaGPS PIONEERThe ENTER keyconfirms dataentries or menuselections.The NAV keyaccesses thePosition andNavigationscreens.The GOTO key isused to create adirect route to anylandmark stored inmemory.ENTERNAVMARKThe MARK key isused to createlandmarks and storethe current position.The LIGHT key turnsthe light on and off.2GOTOMENUThe MENU key isused to access theroute, landmark andsetup functions.PWRThe PWR keyturns the receiveron and off.The ARROW pad is used toenter landmark names, andscroll through the series ofscreens and menu selections.

Getting StartedInstalling the BatteriesThe GPS Pioneer uses two AA alkaline batteries that areinstalled at the back of the receiver. To remove the batterycover, turn the ring of the battery door screw counterclockwiseuntil the battery cover can be removed.Insert the new batteries asshown, being sure to respect thepolarities, and replace thebattery cover. -Replace the screw and turn thering clockwise until the batterydoor is held in place securely.While the battery door doesprovide the waterproofing sealto the batteries, you should avoid overtightening the batterydoor screw.Getting Signals from SatellitesSince the GPS Pioneer receives information from satellitesorbiting the earth, the antenna needs to have a relativelyunobstructed view of the sky. Large obstructions such asbuildings, cliffs, and overhangs may interfere with signalreception causing your GPS Pioneer to take additional time tocompute your location.3

The GPS Pioneer is designed tofit comfortably in your hand.Hold the receiver with theantenna towards the sky.Initializing the Receiver - EZStartBefore using your GPS Pioneer for the first time, the receiverneeds to know its approximate location. Using Magellan’sEZStart procedure, the GPS Pioneer will prompt you for theinformation it requires when you turn it on for the first time.You do not need to initialize your receiver each time you useit. Follow these steps to initialize the GPS Pioneer if this is thefirst time you are using it.1 PressPWRto turn the GPS Pioneer on.2 SELECT REGION. Use the ARROW pad to change theflashing text to select the appropriate region for yourpresent location. Press ENTER .3 SELECT COUNTRY or STATE. Use the ARROW padto change the flashing text to select the country or state foryour present location.Press ENTER .4

4 ENTER ELEVATION. Use the ARROW pad to enterthe approximate elevation for your position. If unknown,leave the elevation at 0. Press ENTER .5 ENTER TIME. Use the ARROW pad to enter yourpresent time. Press ENTER .6 ENTER DATE. Use the ARROW pad to enter the date.Press ENTER .The GPS Pioneer then displays the POSITION screen andautomatically begins searching for satellites that it knows arein this area for the date and time you entered.The display shown here may differfrom yours depending upon theinformation you selected in steps 2and 3. As the GPS Pioneer scans thesky, the arrow in the circle will swingaround pointing to a satellite anddisplays, in the center of the circle,that satellite’s elevation above thehorizon.Computing a PositionThe GPS Pioneer will begin to acquire information from thesatellites and use this information to compute your currentposition (called a position fix). Whether you have just5

completed the initialization process or have just turned yourGPS Pioneer on, the GPS Pioneer will display the followingscreens in the order shown.As the GPS Pioneer searches forsatellites, some of the small circlesaround the large circle will become blackindicating that the GPS Pioneer istracking that satellite and receivinginformation. The number at thebottom right of the screen displays howmany satellites are being tracked.After the GPS receiver has receivedpositioning data from at least threesatellites (approximately 2-3 minutes), itwill begin computing a position fixbased upon the information it isreceiving. As soon as a position fix iscomputed, the receiver switches to thenavigation screen displaying the movingcompass. The word “TRACKING” isdisplayed in the lower right corner indicating that the receiveris computing position fixes.Note: If the receiver has not acquired a position fix inapproximately 10 minutes, refer to the troubleshootingsection of this manual.More information on these screens and the information theydisplay can be found in the next chapter.6

Basic OperationSaving a Position FixPosition fixes can be saved in memory for use later when youwant to return to that position. Saved position fixes arereferred to as landmarks or LMK.To save (mark) your current position pressMARK .Receiver-Generated Name: The GPSPioneer prompts you to enter a name oraccept the receiver-generated name for thislandmark. To accept the receiver-generatedname (LM01 - LM99), press ENTER .User-Created Name: To create a name (up to four characters), use the UP/DOWN arrows to change the character andthe LEFT/RIGHT arrows to move the cursor to the left orright respectively. After you have input the desired landmarkname press ENTER .Pressto accept the current latitude and pressagain to accept the current longitude.ENTERENTERShortcut: Press MARK at anytime while viewing this screento quickly save the position.7

Creating a LandmarkTo create a landmark at a location which is not your currentposition, use the same procedure as saving a position with theadditional step of inputting different latitude/longitudecoordinates.To create a landmark pressMARK .The GPS Pioneer prompts you toenter a name or accept the receivergenerated name for this landmark.When the desired name is displayedat the top of the screen pressENTER .Use the ARROW pad to change thelatitude and press ENTER to accept.Use the ARROW pad to change the longitude and pressENTER to accept.The newly created landmark is stored in memory and youare returned to the screen that was displayed when youpressed the MARK key.Shortcut: Press MARK at anytime while viewing this screento quickly save the position.8

Viewing the POSITION ScreenThe POSITION screen displays the coordinates for your lastcomputed position and information about any satellites thatare visible. It can be accessed by pressing the NAV key.Latitude andLongitudeSatellite ElevationDegrees above thehorizon of the satelliteindicated by the satellitepointer.North IndicatorSatellitePointerNumber ofsatellites beingused.Satellite IconsVisible but not tracked.Satellite is being tracked.Tracking IndicatorAppears when the receiverhas acquired enoughinformation from thesatellites to compute aposition fix.You may sometimes notice that the number of satellites beingtracked differs from the number of satellites being displayedgraphically. This is due to more than one satellite beingtracked in the same general area.9

Viewing the Navigation ScreensWithout an Active Route. Without an active route thenavigation screen displays your heading and the speed atwhich you are traveling. The lower portion of the screendisplays a moving compass. The triangle at the top of thecompass points in the direction you are traveling and thearrow points to north.Navigation Screen without an Active Route(Moving Compass)CurrentHeadingCurrentSpeedDirection ofTravelNorthIndicatorTracking IndicatorAppears when enoughsatellites have providedinformation to computeposition fixes.The navigation screens display your speed of travel. For thespeed to be displayed, you must be moving at a speed greaterthan 2 miles per hour.10

With an Active Route. When you have an active route thenavigation screen still displays your heading and speed butalso includes the bearing and distance to your destination.The moving compass is then replaced with steering information. You can use the graphical representation or the steeringindicator to assist in directing you towards your final destination.Navigation Screen with an Active Route(Steering)DestinationLandmarkBearing toDestinationCurrentHeadingDestinationIconDistance toDestinationCurrentSpeedNorthIndicatorSteering IndicatorIndicates the number ofdegrees to turn, right or left,to destination landmark.DestinationPointerTracking IndicatorAppears when enoughsatellites have providedinformation to computeposition fixes.In the screen above you are traveling with a heading of 56 while your destination bearing is 34 . This would indicatethat you need to turn left 22 to be on a straight line to yourdestination. The circle and arrow display the same information but in a visual manner. The triangle points in thedirection you are traveling and the arrow points towards yourdestination.11

A second navigational screen is also provided while you havean active route. This screen is very similar to the first screenexcept that the distance to the destination has been replacedwith XTE (cross track error, the distance left or right thatyou are off course) and heading has been replaced with TTG(time to go). This screen provides you additional information to aid you in navigating to your destination.Second Navigation Screen with an Active Route(Steering)DestinationLandmarkCross TrackErrorDistance left or rightof the desiredBearing toDestinationCurrentSpeedTime to GoTime remaining toarrive at thedestination at yourpresent speed PointerSteering IndicatorIndicates the numberof degrees to turn,right or left, todestination landmark.Tracking IndicatorAppears when enoughsatellites have providedinformation to computeposition fixes.The navigation screens and the position screen are connectedto one another in a circular loop. Pressing the NAV key orusing the ARROW pad while viewing one of the position ornavigation screens moves you to the next screen in the loop.12

Creating a GOTO RouteThe simplest form of a route is a one-leg route called aGOTO route (you are GOing TO a destination). This isrouting you from your current position to a landmark storedin memory All that is required to create a GOTO route isthat you have saved a landmark indicating the location of yourdestination.To create (activate) a GOTO Route:From any screen, pressGOTO screen appears.GOTO .TheTo select a different landmark, use theLEFT/RIGHT ARROWS until thedesired destination landmark is displayed.Press ENTER or GOTO . The displayreturns to the Navigation screen showingthe name of the GOTO destination atthe top of the screen.13

If the receiver is not tracking sufficient satellites tocompute a position fix, the start of the newly createdGOTO route will be the last position computed,which may not be the current position.This GOTO route will remain the active route until a newGOTO route is created, a multileg route is activated, or thereceiver is turned off. Turning off the receiver deactivatesany GOTO route.SummaryThis completes the basic operation of the GPS Pioneer. Atthis time it would be a good idea to put what you know topractice. Pick a location that you would want to come backto, your home for example. Take a position fix of the locationand save it to memory, giving it a name that you will laterassociate with this location. Then travel a few miles away withyour receiver, stop and take another position fix. Now use theGOTO key to set a GOTO route and highlight the landmarkyou created before and press ENTER.Your GPS Pioneer is ready to navigate you back to where youstarted. The navigation screens are now showing you thedistance and bearing back to the original landmark. As youbegin moving, the GPS Pioneer will begin using your speedand direction to compute the shortest distance back to youroriginal starting point as well as how long it will take you toget there.The following chapters provide you with more information onusing your GPS Pioneer that build upon what you’ve learned.14

Working with LandmarksViewing a LandmarkTo view a stored landmark pressMENUuntil LMKS appears at the top of thescreen.Press ENTER . The BEARING/DISTANCE screen for the first landmark inthe receiver’s memory is displayed withthe bearing and distance from the lastcomputed position fix to that landmark.To select a different landmark, use theLEFT/RIGHT arrows until the name ofthe landmark you wish to view is at thetop of the screen.To view the POSITION screen of theselected landmark, press the UP ARROW.15

Editing the Landmark NameFollowing the instructions under Viewing a Landmark, use theLEFT/RIGHT arrows to select the landmark whose name youwish to edit.Press the UP ARROW until the screendisplays ENT TO EDIT NAME, then pressENTER . The GPS Pioneer then allows youto change the name of the landmark usingthe ARROW pad. When you have enteredthe name you desire (up to four characters),press ENTER .Deleting a LandmarkFollowing the instructions under Viewing a Landmark, use theLEFT/RIGHT arrows to select the landmark you wish todelete.Press the UP ARROW until the screen displays PRESS ENTTO DELETE, then press ENTER . Use the LEFT/RIGHTARROWs to confirm (YES or NO) and press ENTER .If the landmark is used in a route or is the destinationlandmark in a GOTO route, the GPS Pioneer alertsyou that the landmark cannot be deleted. Removethe landmark from the route and repeat.16

Working with RoutesThe route function allows you to link a series of landmarksand travel, point by point, to a final destination.DBALeg 1Leg 2gCLe3The route depicted here is a three-leg route. Leg 1 extendsfrom landmark A to landmark B, leg 2 from landmark B tolandmark C, and leg 3 from C to D. The GPS Pioneer givesyou information on the NAV screens that directs you to thedestination of each leg sequentially.Creating a RouteA route can contain up to 10 legs using any of the landmarksstored in memory. If there is a route already in memory youmust delete the existing route before you can create a new one.Access the Route Menu by pressingMENUuntil ROUTEappears at the top of the screen. The display should say“PRESS ENT TO CREATE.”NOTE: If the display says PRESS ENT TO VIEW there isan existing route and you must delete the existing route beforecreating a new one. (See Deleting a Route for details.)PressENTER.17

The receiver prompts you for a startinglandmark for the route. The first landmark,*POS, is your present position. Use theARROW pad to scroll through the list oflandmarks. When the desired landmark isdisplayed (and flashing) press ENTER .The display changes to allow the selection ofthe landmark to be used as the end of thefirst leg in the route. Use the ARROW padto scroll through the list of landmarks.When the desired landmark is displayed (andflashing) press ENTER . Note that as youscroll through the list of landmarks, thedisplay updates showing you the bearing and distance fromthe start of this leg to the displayed landmark.If the distance from the start of the leg to the end ofthe leg is below 0.10 miles, the message INVALID isdisplayed and you are prompted to select a differentlandmark.The screen changes to the next leg in theroute with the destination landmark of theprevious leg inserted as the start of the nextleg. The message END ROUTE isdisplayed in the TO field. You maycontinue this route by using the ARROW18

pad to select a landmark as the destination for this leg or pressENTER to signal the GPS Pioneer that this was the last leg inthe route and you are finished creating a route.Continue this process for each leg in the route rememberingto press ENTER with END ROUTE displayed in the TO fieldto finish up the route. If you accidently pressed the ARROWpad but you meant to end the route, you can still end theroute by continuing to press the ARROW pad until ENDROUTE is displayed again.A route may contain no more then ten legs and theGPS Pioneer automatically saves the route andreturns to the Route Menu as soon as Leg 10 isentered.After the route has been created, the GPS Pioneer automatically activates the route and begins providing navigationinformation for the route.Viewing a RouteYou can view a summary of the route in memory as well asviewing the individual legs of the route. All editing commands are accessed from the View Route function as well.With a route in memory, pressMENUuntil ROUTE appearsat the top of the display. PressENTER.19

The first screen displayed is the ROUTESUMMARY screen. This screen displaysthe start and end landmark for the entireroute as well as the total distance of theroute.Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs to viewthe legs in the route. The leg screendisplays the FROM and TO landmark forthe leg as well as the distance and bearingfor the leg. The circle graphically displaysthe bearing for the leg. Continue pressingthe LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs to stepthrough the other legs in the route,eventually returning to the ROUTE SUMMARY screen.Activating/Deactivating a RouteWith a route in memory, press MENU until ROUTE appearsat the top of the display. Press ENTER . Press the UPARROW. If the route is currently active, the display indicates:ENT TO DEACTVATE. If the route is currently deactivated,the display indicates: ENT TO ACTIVATE. Pressing ENTERwill activate or deactivate the route depending upon itspresent status.20

Deleting a RouteWith a route in memory, pressat the top of the display. Pressuntil ROUTE appearsENTER . While still viewingMENUthe Route Summary screen, press the UP ARROW three timesuntil the display indicates PRESS ENT TO DELETE. PressENTER . You will be prompted to confirm the deletion. Usethe ARROWs to select YES or NO and pressENTER.Appending a Leg to a RouteWith a route in memory, pressat the top of the display. PressMENUENTERuntil ROUTE appears. While still viewingthe Route Summary screen, press the UPARROW until the display indicates PRESSENT TO ADDLEG. Press ENTER . Thedisplay changes to the Add Leg screen withEND ROUTE flashing. As in creating aroute, use the ARROW pad to select thenew landmark for this leg. With the newTO landmark flashing, press ENTER . The newly created leg isadded to the end of the route.21

Activating a Leg in a RouteAs you are navigating you may decide that you no longer wishto continue on the leg that you are now using. Instead youwish to use another leg of the route. You will need to activatethe leg of the route with the desired destination (TO landmark).Press MENU until ROUTE appears at the top of the display.Press ENTER . Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs until the legyou wish to activate is displayed. Press the UP ARROW. Ifthe leg is not active, the display indicates ENT TO ACTIVATE. Press ENTER . The leg has become activated and thereceiver begins to compute the necessary information tocontinue you on the route using the leg you selected.If the display indicates ENT TO DEACTVATE, it means thatthe receiver is using this leg to compute the navigationalinformation. Pressing ENTER at this screen not onlydeactivates the leg, but deactivates the route as well.22

Editing a Leg in a RoutePressPressuntil ROUTE appears at the top of the display.ENTER . Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs until the legMENUyou wish to edit is displayed. Press the UP ARROW untilPRESS ENT TO EDIT is displayed and press ENTER .The Edit Leg screen is displayed with the FROM landmarkflashing. Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs to select a newFROM landmark and press ENTER .The TO landmark begins flashing alertingyou that the GPS Pioneer is ready for youto select a new TO landmark. PressENTER to accept the TO landmark as it isor use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs toselect a new TO landmark and pressENTER .The leg before and after the one you just edited will beautomatically changed to reflect the changes that were madeto this leg.23

Deleting a Leg From a RoutePress MENU until ROUTE appears at the top of the display.Press ENTER . Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs to find theleg of the route that you want to delete. Press the UPARROW until PRESS ENT TO DELETE is displayed andpress ENTER .The GPS Pioneer prompts you to confirm the deletion of theleg. Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROW to select (flashing) YESto delete or NO to cancel.If you attempt to delete a leg that causes the route tocontain a leg that is under the 0.1 mile leg distancelimitation, the receiver will display the messageINVALID DELETE.24

Additional FeaturesViewing the Time and DateYou can view the current time and date (obtained from thesatellites) by repeatedly pressing theMENUkey until TIMEis displayed at the top of the screen.Viewing ElevationYou can view the last computed elevation for your GPSPioneer by repeatedly pressing theMENUkey untilELEVATION is displayed at the top of the screen.Viewing Battery LifeYou can view the estimated battery life remaining byrepeatedly pressing theMENUkey until POWER isdisplayed at the top of the screen.Full BatteryLife40-60%Battery LifeLowBatteries25

Changing Coordinate SystemsYou may wish to change the coordinate system that your GPSPioneer uses to display the position and landmarks coordinates.You have three options: LAT/LON using degree/minutes(DEGMIN), LAT/LON using degree/minutes/seconds(DEGMINSEC) or Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM).The choice you make will depend upon the maps or chartsyou may be using. You want your GPS Pioneer to bedisplaying the coordinates in the same mode that your map orchart uses.The following example shows the same position in each of thethree different modes.LAT/LON(DEGMIN)LAT/LON(DEGMINSEC)UTMPress the MENU key until SETUP is displayed at the top ofthe screen and press ENTER . Press ENTER again and thecurrently used coordinate system begins to flash. Use theRIGHT/LEFT ARROWs to scroll through the list ofcoordinate systems and press ENTER when the desired systemis displayed.26

Changing Map DatumsIf you are using a map (or chart) in conjunction with yourGPS Pioneer you need to insure that the datum used by theGPS Pioneer matches the one used in creating the map. Themap datum can usually be found in the legend box of the mapor chart. The GPS Pioneer offers the choices of WGS84(default) or NAD27.Press the MENU key until SETUP is displayed at the top ofthe screen and press ENTER . Use the RIGHT ARROW untilSETUP MAP DATUM is displayed. Press ENTER again, thecurrently used map datum begins to flash. Use the RIGHT/LEFT ARROWs to scroll through the list of map datums andpress ENTER when the desired datum is displayed.Changing Distance UnitsYour distance units can be in miles and miles per hour (MIMPH), nautical miles and knots (NM-KTS), or kilometersand kilometers per hour (KM-KPH). To change the units,press MENU until SETUP is displayed at the top of the screenand press ENTER . Use the RIGHT ARROW until SETUPUNITS is displayed. Press ENTER again and, the distanceunit of measure begins to flash. Use the RIGHT/LEFTARROWs to scroll through the list of units and press ENTERwhen the desired unit of measure is displayed.27

Changing Time Display and TimeTo change the way that time is displayed (12 HOUR default, 24 HOUR, or UT), repeatedly press MENU untilSETUP is displayed at the top of the screen and press ENTER .Use the RIGHT ARROW until SETUP TIME is displayed.Press ENTER again and the time display begins to flash. Usethe RIGHT/LEFT ARROWs to scroll through the list andpress ENTER to select. The screen changes to TIME SET.Use the ARROW pad to set the time and press ENTER whendone. (You are not prompted to set the time if you selectedUT as the time format.)When you change your clocks because of daylight savingstime, remember to change the time in your GPS Pioneer.Changing North ReferenceThe GPS Pioneer uses magnetic north as a default reference forall navigation computations. You can change this to true north(good if you are also using a map) or back to magnetic north(default, good to use if you are using a compass) under theSETUP menu. Press the MENU key until SETUP is displayed at the top of the screen and press ENTER . Use theRIGHT ARROW until SETUP NORTH REF is displayed.Press ENTER again, the north reference begins to flash. Usethe RIGHT/LEFT ARROWs to scroll between MAGNETICand TRUE and press28ENTERto select.

Initializing the Receiver (EZSTART)If you desire to re-initialize the receiver, (for example, youhave moved more than 300 miles since the last time thereceiver was turned on) you can do so in the SETUP menu.Press MENU until SETUP is displayed at the top of the screenand press ENTER . Use the RIGHT ARROW until SETUPPRESS ENT TO EZSTRT is displayed. Press ENTER againand the receiver prompts you to enter the necessary data.SELECT REGION. Use the ARROW pad to change theflashing text to sele

items listed on the GPS Pioneer box. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your Magellan dealer or retailer. GPS Pioneer Description The GPS Pioneer is a self-contained hand-held GPS receiver designed for general purpose position locating and navigation. It has a built-in antenna locat

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