Navman B10 GPS Receiver User Manual

User manual for the device Navman B10 GPS Receiver

Navman B10 GPS Receiver User Manual

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User ManualB10Bluetooth™ GPS ReceiverenEnglish

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© 2006 Brunswick New Technologies Asia Pte Limited. Navman is a registered trademark of Brunswick New Technologies Asia PteLimited and is used under licence by Navman New Zealand. Navman is part of the Brunswick Corporation, headquarters Chicago, IL. Allrights reserved.The software contains proprietary information of Navman; it is provided under a licence agreement containing restrictions on use anddisclosure and is also protected by copyright law. Reverse engineering of the software is prohibi

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | Important safety informationImportant safety informationPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING PRODUCTIN VEHICLEThis is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injuryhazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possibleinjury or death.WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,could result in death or serious injury.CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not av

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | ContentsContentsImportant safety information...................................................................................................................3Introduction ............................................................................................................................................5Box contents .....................................................................................................................................6Typographi

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionIntroductionWhether you travel in your own country, or overseas, the B10 receiver will provide you with a GlobalPositioning System (GPS) based location accurate to within 5m (15ft) for 95% of the time.The B10 receiver is a dual-function GPS receiver, which can transmit satellite information to a PDA orlaptop with Bluetooth interfaces.The B10 receiver contains:ƒa GPS antenna to receive signals from the GPS satellitesƒan internal microcomputer to calculat

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionBox contentsItemItemB10 receiver12V In-vehicle power adaptorUSB cableGlobal Support InformationHardware Warranty AgreementRegistration cardWEEE Compliance leafletThe following documentation is available on our website:ƒUser ManualƒGPS Frequently Asked Questions guide.To visit our website, see: http://www.navman.com.6

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionTypographical conventionsIt is important to understand the typographical conventions used in this manual.FormattingThe following kinds of formatting in the text identify special information:ConventionType of InformationBoldComponents or items of special importance, including buttons, headings and options.ItalicsIndicates the name of a reference document.IconsThe following icons are used throughout this manual:IconDescriptionNoteTipWarning7

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionGetting to know your B10It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the basic operations of your B10 receiver:Front ComponentsComponentDescription@An orange light indicates your current GPS status.ƒƒƒ?A blue light indicates your Bluetooth status.ƒƒƒ"Off: The B10 receiver power is off.Single flash every 1 second: The B10 receiver searching forsatellites.Single flash every 3 seconds: The B10 receiver has a fixed GPSposition.Off: The B10 recei

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionTop ComponentsComponentDescriptionBƒTo turn on: Slide the B button towards ON.ƒTo turn off: Slide the B button away from ON.Side ComponentsComponentDescriptionExternal Power Adaptor/USBsocketIf the vehicle power adapter is plugged in, the B10 receiver will use theexternal power supply instead of the internal batteries.Lanyard connectionA slot in which to connect a lanyard (not supplied).9

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | IntroductionGPS and GPS SignalsThe B10 receiver will send the GPS position information to your PDA or laptop computer which maythen be used by your third-party software to plot your position on a map and direct you to yourdestination.The Global Positioning System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is accurate to within5m (15ft). GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites that orbit the Earth at around20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellit

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?How do I get started?To get started for the first time, complete the following steps:StepAction1Install the battery.2Switch on the power.3Create a Bluetooth link between the B10 receiver and your PDA or laptop computer.In this sectionBattery ................................................................................................................................12How do I position the B10 receiver in a vehicle?..............................

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?BatteryThe B10 receiver has an internal, rechargeable battery. For minimum time to obtain a GPS fix, ensurethat the battery is always in the B10 receiver.The life of the battery is approximately 10 hours.12

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?How do I charge the battery?There are two ways of charging the battery. These are listed below.By Vehicle Power AdaptorYou can use the vehicle power adapter to power the B10 receiver when in a vehicle. If the vehiclepower adapter is plugged in, the receiver will use the external power supply and charge the internalbattery.1.Plug the connecting end of the vehicle power adapter in your 12V In-vehicle power adaptorsocket.2.Plug the USB (larger) end

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?By USB cableTo charge the battery via the USB cable:ƒPlug the large end of the USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer (not a USBhub); plug the small end into the side of the B10 receiver. The battery status light on the frontof your B10 receiver turns on.Where possible, plug the USB cable into a USB port at the back of your computer.When the battery is charging, the battery status light is green. When the battery is fully charged, t

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?How do I position the B10 receiverin a vehicle?The B10 receiver and your PDA or laptop computer are mounted separately in your vehicle. Use thefollowing guides to choose a suitable position for the B10 receiver:ƒThe receiver should be in a position where it has a good view of the sky and horizon.ƒThe receiver must not obstruct your view, or interfere with the operation of the vehicle or thevehicle safety equipment.ƒThe receiver must be accessi

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | How do I get started?How do I connect the B10 receiverto my PDA or laptop?To establish a Bluetooth connection between your PDA or laptop computer and the B10 receiver,complete the following steps:1.Turn on the B10 receiver.ƒ2.3.Turn on your PDA/laptop.Turn on Bluetooth on your PDA/laptop and connect to the B10 receiver:ƒEnsure that the ? light on the B10 receiver is still flashing.ƒTurn on Bluetooth on your PDA/laptop and establish a connection with the B10 receiv

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | SpecificationsSpecificationsSpecificationsCaseUV stable plasticSize63 × 41 × 17 mmWeight56 gBatteriesMain Power: Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion forsystem power.Backup Power: Rechargeable coin-cell battery formemory & RTC backupOperating Temperature-10 to +60°C (14 to 140°F) uncharging0 to +45°C chargingInterfaceBluetooth™ class 2Version 1.1 SPP (Serial Port Profile)Within 10 m (33 ft) range with no obstructionIn/Out Port. GPS signal (Out)/Command(In) withCM

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B10 Bluetooth GPS Receiver | Support informationSupport informationSupport for AustraliaSupport for EuropeNavman Australia Pty LtdPO Box 479Gladesville, NSW 2111AustraliaNavman Europe Ltd4G Gatwick HousePeeks Brook Lane, HorleySurrey RH6 9STUnited KingdomSupport: http://support.navman.comWebsite: http://www.navman.comSupport: http://support.navman.comWebsite: http://www.navman.comSupport for New ZealandSupport for US and CanadaNavman New ZealandPO Box 68-155 NewtonAucklandNew ZealandNavman USA I

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