604-0187-001 Trition 2005 500 UM UK

2y ago
21 Views
2 Downloads
1.42 MB
30 Pages
Last View : 13d ago
Last Download : 4m ago
Upload by : Annika Witter
Transcription

Magellan Triton User ManualMagellan Triton 200Magellan Triton 300Magellan Triton 400Magellan Triton 500Magellan Navigation, Inc. 960 Overland Court, San Dimas, CA 91773

IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGSThe Magellan Triton is a navigation aid designed to assist you in arriving at your selected destination.When using the Magellan Triton, these safety rules must be followed to prevent accidents that canresult in injury or death to yourself or others:IN THE INTERESTS OF SAFETY, DO NOT USE THIS NAVIGATION DEVICE WHILEDRIVING A VEHICLE.Please do not try and change any settings on the Magellan Triton while driving. Come to acomplete stop or ask a passenger make any changes. Taking your eyes off the road is dangerousand can result in an accident in which you or others could be injured.USE GOOD JUDGEMENTThis product is an excellent navigation aid, but does not replace the need for carefulorienteering and good judgement. Never rely solely on one device for navigating.USE CAREThe Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the U.S. Government, which is solelyresponsible for the accuracy and maintenance of the GPS network. The accuracy of positionfixes can be affected by the periodic adjustments to GPS satellites made by the U.S.government and is subject to change in accordance with the Department of Defence civil GPSuser policy and the Federal Radionavigation Plan. Accuracy can also be affected by poorsatellite geometry and obstructions, like buildings and large trees.USE PROPER ACCESSORIESUse only Magellan cables and aerials; the use of non-Magellan cables and aerials may severelydegrade performance or damage the receiver, and will void the warranty.LICENSE AGREEMENTMagellan Navigation Inc. grants you, the purchaser, the right to use the software supplied inand with Magellan Navigation GPS products (the “SOFTWARE”) in the normal operation of theequipment.The SOFTWARE is the property of Magellan Navigation and/or its suppliers and is protected byUnited States copyright laws and international treaty provisions; therefore, you must treat thisSOFTWARE like any other copyright material.You may not use, copy, modify, reverse engineer or transfer this SOFTWARE except as expresslyprovided in this license. All rights not expressly granted are reserved by Magellan Navigationand/or its suppliers.Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference,and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may causeundesired operation of this device.No part of this guide may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronicor mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose other than thepurchaser’s personal use without the prior written permission of Magellan Navigation Inc.i

IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGSFederal Communication Commission Interference StatementThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of theFCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residentialinstallation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used inaccordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guaranteethat interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio ortelevision reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correctthe interference by one of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving aerial.Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This devicemay not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference thatmay cause undesired operation.FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void theuser’s authority to operate this equipment.IMPORTANT NOTE:FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. End users mustfollow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other aerial or transmitter.In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation withnon-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. The user iscautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of manufacturer could void the user’sauthority to operate this equipment.The Magellan Triton must be installed and operated at a distance no closer then 8 inches (20 cm) from the user.This Class B digital device meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.ii

IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGSIC statementOperation is subject to the following two conditions:1.2.This device may not cause interference.This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of thedevice.IMPORTANT NOTE:IC Radiation Exposure Statement:This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. End users must followthe specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antennaaerial or transmitter.The information provided in this document is subject to change without notice. Improvements and enhancements to theproduct may occur without any formal notification. Check the Magellan website (www.magellanGPS.com) for productupdates and additional information.Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (“UL”) has not tested the performance or reliability of the Global Positioning System (“GPS”)hardware, operating software or other aspects of this product. UL has only tested for fire, shock or casualties as outlined inUL’s Standard(s) for Safety for Information Technology Equipment, UL60950-1. UL Certification does not cover theperformance or reliability of the GPS hardware and GPS operating software. UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS,WARRANTIES OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY GPSRELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.Maximum normal use temperature is 66 C. 2007 Magellan Navigation, Inc. All rights reserved. The Magellan Logo, Magellan, and Magellan Triton are trademarks ofMagellan Navigation, Inc. No part of this user manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal use,without the prior written permission of Magellan Navigation, Inc.604-0187-001 Aiii

Table of contentsTable of contents .1Fundamentals .1Navigation Screens .3Map Screen Overview . 3Buttons .4Cursors .4Additional Navigation Screens . 4Accessing the Navigation Screens . 4Current Location Screen .5Large Data Screen .5Changing a Navigation Field . 5Speedometre Screen . 5Resetting the Odometre or Maximum Speed . 5Compass Screen .6Changing a Navigation Field . 6Satellite Status .6Changing a Navigation Field . 6Using the Keypad .7The Keypad . 7Key Functions . 7Create Menu .8Accessing the Create Menu . 8Waypoints .8Creating a Waypoint . 8Trail .9Creating a Trail from Current Track History . 9Geocache . 10Creating a Geocache . 10Route . 11Creating a Route . 11Go To Menu .12Accessing the Go To Menu . 12Waypoints . 12Go To a Waypoint . 12Table of contentsMagellan Triton1

Cancelling a Go To Waypoint Route . 12Editing a Waypoint . 13Deleting a Waypoint . 13Duplicating a Waypoint . 13Places . 14Creating a Go To to a Place . 14Geocache . 14Creating a Geocache Go To Route . 14Cancelling a Geocache Go To Route . 15Deleting a Geocache Waypoint . 15Duplicating a Geocache Waypoint . 15Route . 15Activating a Route . 16Cancelling an Active Route . 16Duplicating a Route . 16Deleting a Route . 17Back Track Route . 17Creating a Back Track Route . 17Cancelling a Back Track Route . 17View Menu .18Local Info . 18Viewing Best Fishing and Hunting Times for Current Location . 18Viewing Sunrise, Sunset Times and Lunar Information for Current Location . 18User Profiles . 19Activating User Profiles . 19Display options . 19Map options . 19Alert options . 20Tracks . 21Viewing Track Vertical Profile . 21Saving a Track as a Trail . 21Erasing a Track . 21Setting Track Log Options . 21Maps . 21Viewing Map Information . 21Settings . 22Navigation . 22Setting Navigation Options . 22Volume & Brightness . 22Table of contentsMagellan Triton2

Setting Volume & Brightness . 22Memory . 22View Memory Usage . 22Clearing Memory . 22Restoring Factory Settings . 23Formatting SD Card (Magellan Triton 400 and 500 only) . 23About . 23Displaying Information About the Triton Receiver . 23Diagnostics . 23Testing the receiver . 23Table of contentsMagellan Triton3

FundamentalsThe Magellan Triton is a hand-held GPS receiver that has been designed for the outdoorsman. Simpleto use, yet powerful enough to get you through the toughest terrain or returning to that same fishinghotspot, year after year. Store waypoints that can include images for the complete experience.(Magellan Triton 400 and 500 only.) Record your track from start to finish and save it as a trail to be used over and over. Set a quick and easy Go To route from your current position to a stored waypoint or anypoint on the map, simply and easily. Load detailed Magellan maps with topographic or navaid information for the most detailpossible. (Magellan Triton 200 requires accessory USB cable.) View images stored on an SD card that can be used to assist you in arriving at the properlocation. (Magellan Triton 400 and 500 only.) Create a route from your current position to many different waypoints or places on themap. Plan your day for the best use of your outdoor time.The Magellan Triton is constantly being reviewed and updated to meet the outdoorsman’s needs.Be sure to visit the support page at www.magellanGPS.com for firmware updates, keeping yourMagellan Triton running at it’s peak.While you are checking for firmware updates, check the support section for additional FAQs as well asupdated manuals to assist you in the use of your Magellan Triton.This document is set up to be printed on 8.5” x 11” (letter) paper should you desire a printed versionfor your reference.Fundamentals1

ABEDFGCIHFundamentalsABacklight. Press to step though 3 levels of backlight intensity or off.BPower buttonCSD card slot (Magellan Triton 400 and 500 only)DZOOM - (zoom out) buttonEZOOM (zoom in) buttonFENTER button and cursor control padGPAGE/GO TO. Press to step through the navigation screens.HESC (escape or cancel) buttonIMENU button. On the map screen, displays the Main Menu. On other screens,displays a pop-up menu when available.2

Navigation ScreensThe Map Screen will be the most commonly viewed screen while using the Magellan Triton. It hasbeen simplified to provide the best possible outdoor experience while providing access to all of theinformation needed.Map Screen OverviewAGFBECHDABattery LevelBSaved Waypoint (Preloaded or User-Entered)CPresent Position Marker (points towards heading while moving)DMap Scale IndicatorENorth IndicatorFSatellite StatusGTime of DayHMap AreaNavigation Screens3

ButtonsWhile viewing the map screen the keys on the Magellan Triton provide additional input and featureaccess.MenuAccesses the Main MenuPAGE/GO TO Pages through the Navigation screens.ZOOM INZooms in on the map showing less area and more detailsZOOM OUTZooms out from the map showing more area and less detailCursor PadPans around the map screenEnterIf the cursor has been panned to a location other then your present position,accesses the create waypoint function.EscapeIf the cursor has been panned to a location other then your present position,returns the map to be centred on your present position.CursorsThere are two important cursors on the map screen, the Present Position cursor and the Panningcursor.Present position cursor (Displays your position relative to the map.)Panning cursor (Displays the location on the map that would be used to create awaypoint or Go To route while panning). The red dot around the panning cursorindicates the direction of your present position.Additional Navigation ScreensThere are four additional navigation screens and a Satellite Status screen that can be viewed whileusing the Magellan Triton.Accessing the Navigation Screens1.Press the PAGE/GO TO button. Each time the PAGE/GO TO button is pressed the nextnavigation screen is displayed. Press Escape to step through the screens in the oppositedirection.MapNavigation ScreensLocationLarge DataSpeedometreCompassSat Status4

Current Location ScreenThe Current Location Screen provides general information about your currentlocation.Large Data ScreenThis screen allows you to view four navigation fields in a large type face that iseasy to read, even from a distance.Changing a Navigation FieldEach navigation field can be customised to display latitude, longitude,heading, bearing, distance to next waypoint, distance to the end of a route,time to next waypoint, time to complete the route, time of day, date,destination, cross track error (XTE), elevation, current speed, average speedor maximum speed.1.Press Enter to access the fields. Highlight the field you want to change and press Enter.A screen will be displayed with all of the options available. (Note that some fields aredisplayed with dashes. This can be due to the data not being computed as you are notmoving or the data is only displayed when a route or a Go To is active.)Speedometre ScreenThis screen displays your current speed, your maximum speed and twoodometres in a large easy-to-read type.Resetting the Odometre or Maximum Speed1.While viewing the Speedometre screen, press MENU.2.Highlight “Reset Odometre”, “Reset Trip Odometre” or “ResetSpeed” and press Enter.Navigation Screens5

Compass ScreenThe Compass screen displays your heading using an easily identifiablecompass graphic. Outside the compass the relative direction of the sun andmoon is displayed. Additionally, if you have an active route, an iconrepresenting your next destination is shown making it simple to align yourheading marker (inside the compass) to your destination.Changing a Navigation FieldEach navigation field can be customised to display latitude, longitude,heading, bearing, distance to next waypoint, distance to the end of a route,time to next waypoint, time to complete the route, time of day, date, destination, cross track error(XTE), elevation, current speed, average speed or maximum speed.1.Press Enter to highlight the fields. Use the cursor control to highlight the field you want tochange and press Enter.A screen will be displayed with all of the options available. Highlight the data field you wantdisplayed and press Enter.Satellite StatusThis screen graphically displays the satellites and their signal strength thatare being used to compute your location. Handy screen to view when you aregetting weak to poor signal reception. There are also two navigational screensdisplayed at the bottom of the display.Changing a Navigation Field1.Press Enter to highlight the fields. Use the cursor control to highlightthe field you want to change and press Enter.A screen will be displayed with all of the options available. Highlightthe data field you want displayed and press Enter.Navigation Screens6

Using the KeypadThe Magellan Triton displays a keypad on the screen whenever data needs to be entered.Understanding the various components of the keypad will make entering data easier.The KeypadThe keypad is used to enter names, notes, latitude, longitude or datathat the user needs to enter. Use the cursor control to move aroundthe keyboard and press Enter for the desired character or function.Key FunctionsMoves the cursor to the left.Moves the cursor to the right.Deletes the character to the left of the cursor.Carriage return.Shift key. Alternates between lowercase and uppercase characters.Displays extended characters.Displays number keypad.Displays symbols.Accepts the text entered and closes the screen.Cancels any text changes and closes the screen.Using the Keypad7

Create MenuThe Create Menu is used to access the functions needed to create waypoints, trails, geocaches androutes.Accessing the Create Menu1.From the Map screen, press the MENU button.2.Highlight “Create” and press Enter.WaypointsCreating a Waypoint1.Access the Main Menu, highlight “Create” and press Enter.2.Highlight “Waypoint” and press Enter.3.Select “Current Location”, “Point On Map”, or “Coordinates”.Current Location displays the Waypoint screen with the coordinatesfor your present location filled in.Point on Map displays the Map screen. Pan around the map until thepan cursor is at the point you want the waypoint created for andpress Enter. The Waypoint screen is displayed with the coordinatesfor the pan cursor filled in.Coordinates displays the Waypoint screen with values set to your current or last knownposition.4.The Waypoint screen provides the fields needed to identify thewaypoint and its location. The fields can be modified to customisethe waypoint.Icon: Highlight the icon and press Enter to display all possible iconsthat can be used to represent the waypoint. Select the desired iconand pressto accept and close the window.Waypoint Name: (Default “WPXXX”). Highlight the waypoint namefield and press Enter to display the keyboard.Location: Highlighting the latitude or longitude fields and pressing Enter brings up thekeyboard that can be used to enter the coordinates.Elevation: Highlight the Elevation field and press Enter to display the keyboard.Use the PAGE/GO TO button to access Options.5.Create MenuSelect the green check button to accept the information and save the waypoint.8

TrailCreating a Trail from Current Track History1.Access the Main Menu, highlight “Create” and press Enter.2.Select “Trail” from the Create Menu.3.Select “Current Track”.4.Use the keypad to enter a name for the trail.(The default name “TrailXXX” will be used if no name entered.)5.When the name has been entered, highlightEnter.Create Menuand press9

GeocacheCreating a Geocache1.Access the Main Menu, highlight “Create” and press Enter.2.Select “Geocache” from the Create Menu.3.Select “Current Location”, “Point On Map”, or “Coordinates”.Current Location displays the Waypoint screen with thecoordinates for your present location filled in.Point on Map displays the Map screen. Pan around the map untilthe pan cursor is at the point you want the waypoint created forand press Enter. The Waypoint screen is displayed with thecoordinates for the pan cursor filled in.Coordinates displays the Waypoint screen with all values set tocurrent location.Use the PAGE/GO TO button to access Options.4.The Geocache screen provides the fields needed to identify thewaypoint and its location. The fields can be modified tocustomise the waypoint.5.Icon: Highlight the icon and press Enter to display all possibleicons that can be used to represent the waypoint. Select thedesired icon and pressto accept and close the window.Geocache Name: (Default “GCXXX”). Select the waypoint namefield and press Enter to display the keyboard. Enter the name andselect the green button.Location: Select the latitude or longitude fields and press Enterto bring up the keyboard that can be used to enter the desired data.Difficulty: Assign a difficulty rating to this cache.Terrain: Indicate the type of terrain the cache is located in.GCType: Geocache type.Hint: Field for including hints about the cache site.Date: Date the cache site was created.6.Create MenuSelectto accept the information and save the geocache waypoint.10

RouteCreating a Route1.Access the Main Menu, highlight “Create” and press Enter.2.Select “Route” from the Create Menu.3.Select the starting location for the route.Current Location displays the Waypoint screen with thecoordinates for your present location filled in.Point on Map displays the Map screen. Pan around the map untilthe pan cursor is at the point you want the waypoint created forand press Enter. The Waypoint screen is displayed with thecoordinates for the pan cursor filled in.Waypoint displays a list of saved waypoints.Geocache displays a list of saved geocache waypoints.Place displays the categories of places (only if a detailed map is loaded).4.After selecting the starting location the Route Screen is displayed.5.Select “Add Point” to repeat step 3 to continue adding waypoints to the route.6.Select “Done” when the route is complete.7.Select “Save Route”.8.The Save Route Screen is displayed.Highlight the Route name (default “RouteXXX”) and press Enter to assign a name to theroute.Highlight the alert button to turn alerts for this route on or off.9.Create MenuSelect “Save” to store the route into memory.11

Go To MenuThe Go To Menu is used to access the functions used to activate Go To’s and saved routes.Accessing the Go To Menu1.From the Map screen, press the MENU button.2.Select “Go To” and the Go To Menu will be displayed.WaypointsGo To a Waypoint1.Access the Main Menu and select “Go To”.2.Select Waypoint.3.Highlight a waypoint from the list of saved waypoints and pressEnter.4.Select5.The Waypoint information screen is displayed.6.If it is a correct waypoint, highlight7.Select.and press Enter.and press Enter.Cancelling a Go To Waypoint Route1.From the Map screen press Enter to access the contextual menu.2.Select “Cancel Route”.3.SelectGo To Menuand press Enter to confirm route cancellation.12

Editing a Waypoint1.Access the Main Menu and select “Go To”.2.Select Waypoint.3.Highl

Magellan Triton 200 Magellan Triton 300 Magellan Triton 400 Magellan Triton 500. i The Magellan Triton is a navigation aid designed to assist you in arriving at your selected destination. . The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the U.S. Government, which is solely

Related Documents:

holux hxe-w01 hp 290483-b21 310798-b21 311314-001 311314-002 311315-b21 311340-001 311349-003 311949-001 343110-001 343117-001 350579-001 359498-001 35h00013-00 35h00014-00 35h00063-00m 377358-001 382877-001 382878-001 383745-001 383858-001 395780-001 398687-001 399858

railroadnut@shaw.ca Vice--PresidentPresident Mark Horne 604 987-8817 mlhorne@shaw.ca Secretary Charles Reif 604 731 3674 creif@radiant.net Treasurer George Plant 604 946 0460 mgplant@intergate.ca Members At Large Ted Diakow 604 435 2807 John Warlimont 604 864 2175 jewarl@yahoo.ca Tom Modica 360 738 3842 thmas.modica@dhs.gov Gary Zabenskie 604 .

001 10 001 055 dyson andrew pass 001 10 001 056 gomani only pass 001 10 001 057 jasten wonderful pass 001 10 001 058 jobo yona pass . 001 10 003 083 wanda kastom l pass 001 10 003 084 y

Abe, Genki 064 31798 001 039 230 86/05/05 Abendroth, Walter 100 325769 001 001 230 86/11/03 Aberg, Einar 105 009428 001 155 230 86/16/05 Abetz, Otto 100 004219 001 022 230 86/11/06 Abjanic, Theodore 105 253577 001 132 230 86/16/01 Abrey, Richard See Sovloot (100-382419) Abs, Hermann J. 105 056532 001 167 230 86/16/06 Abualy, Aldina 105 007801 001 183 230 86/17/02 Abwehr 065 37193 001 122 230 .

02 1 Waterslager/Kleur 02.005.001 2 002 02.005 02 1 Timbrado's/Kleur 02.006.001 2 002 02.006 02 1 Harzers/Postuur 02.007.001 2 002 02.007 02 1 Waterslagers/Postuur 02.008.002 2 002 02.008 02 1 Timbrado's/Postuur 02.009

BY ABDULLAH YUSUF ALI THE OPENING, CHAPTER NO. 001 001.001 In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. 001.002 Praise be to God, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the world; 001.003 Most Gracious, Most Merciful; 001.004 Master of the Day of Judgment. 001.005 Thee do we worship, and Thine aid we seek. 001.006 Show us the straight way,

Weight kg Ways 1P 3P Ordering details Type Code Type No. GDMS312 MXFC GDMS318 MXFC GDMS324 MXFC GDMS330 MXFC GDMS336 MXFC GDMS348 MXFC GDMS360 MXFC GDMS372 MXFC 2CVB 106 001 M0001 2CVB 206 001 M0001 2CVB 306 001 M0001 2CVB 406 001 M0001 2CVB 506 001 M0001 2CVB 606 001 M0001 2CVB 706 001 M0001 2CVB 806 001 M0001 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 12 18 24 30 .

A Course on Rough Paths With an introduction to regularity structures June 2014 Errata (last update: April 2015) Springer. To Waltraud and Rudolf Friz and To Xue-Mei. Preface Since its original development in the mid-nineties by Terry Lyons, culminating in the landmark paper [Lyo98], the theory of rough paths has grown into a mature and widely applicable mathematical theory, and there are by .