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GPS Manuals - Magellan - Magellan explorist XL GPS User Manual


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File Type
GPS User Manual
98 pages
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eXplorist XL GPS Receiver 1
Features of the Magellan eXplorist GPS receiver: 1
Button Descriptions: 2
Installing the Batteries 3
Installing an Optional SD Card 4
Connecting to a Personal Computer 4
Starting Up 5
Turning the eXplorist On 5
Turning the eXplorist Off 5
Turning the Display Backlight On/Off 5
Using the eXplorist for the First Time 6
Conclusion 10
Using the eXplorist XL 11
Going to a Destination 11
Saving Your Position 12
Tracing Your Steps 13
Additional Features 13
Navigation Screens 14
Accessing the Navigation Screens 14
Map Screen 14
Map Screen Overview 15
Changing Map Scale 15
Map Screen Modes 15
Showing or Hiding Map Information 16
Customizing the Map Information 17
Displaying Street Information 18
Changing the Map Orientation 18
Changing the Primary Usage 19
Changing the Map Detail 19
Changing the Track Recording Intervals 20
Customizing the Display 20
Compass Screen 21
Compass Screen Overview 21
Customizing the Information Fields 22
Position Screen 23
Position Screen Overview 23
Resetting the Trip Odometer 24
Satellite Status Screen 24
Satellite Status Screen Overview 24
eXplorist XL GPS File Structure 25
Basic File Structure 25
File Structure Overview 25
Using the Filing System with POIs 26
Using the Filing System with Routes 26
Using the Filing System with Track Logs 27
Points of Interest 28
Marking Your Position 28
Marking Your Position (Personalized) 29
Making POIs for Locations other then your Present Position 30
Marking a Position by Entering Coordinates 30
Marking a Position using the Map Cursor 31
Marking a Position from a Map Object 31
The POI Database 32
Searching for a User-Entered POI 32
Searching for a Preloaded POI using Nearest 33
Searching for a Preloaded POI using Alphabetical 33
Editing a User-Created POI 34
Deleting a User-Created POI 35
Viewing a User-Created POI on the Map Screen 35
Copying a Preloaded POI 36
Viewing a Preloaded POI on the Map Screen 37
Showing or Hiding a User-Entered POI on the Map Screen 38
Routes 39
GOTO Routes 39
Creating a GOTO Route 39
Creating a GOTO Route from the Map Cursor 40
Creating a GOTO Route to a Map Object 40
Multi-Leg Routes 41
Creating a Multi-leg Route 41
Activating/Deactivating a Route 42
Changing the Destination Leg of an Active Route 43
Editing a Saved Route 44
Reversing a Route 45
Deleting a Route 45
Moving a Route 46
Copying a Route 46
Viewing a Route on the Map 47
Track Logs 48
Track Logs 48
Stopping and Resuming Active Track Logging 48
Starting a New Active Track Log 49
Saving an Active Track Log 49
Creating a BackTrack Route 50
Clearing the Active Track 50
Converting the Track Log to a Route 51
Viewing the Track Log on the Map 51
Working with Saved Track Logs 52
Following Saved Track Logs 52
Reversing a Saved Track Log 52
Deleting a Saved Track Log 53
Moving a Saved Track Log 53
Copying a Saved Track Log 53
Advanced Features 54
Using Area Calculation 54
Deleting All POIs from the Area Calculation List 55
Editing the POI List in Area Calculation 55
Computing Best Fish/Hunt Times 55
Accessing Hunting and Fishing Times 55
Changing the Position 56
Changing the Date 56Displaying Sun and Moon Information 56
Accessing the Sun/Moon Function 56
Changing the Position 56
Changing the Date 57
Viewing the Vertical Profile 57
Using the Simulator 58
Simulating on a Saved Route 58
Communicating with a Personal Computer 59
Connecting to a Personal Computer 59
Changing Modes 59
Working with Files on the Personal Computer 60
Magellan Geocache Manager 61
Magellan Geocache Manager 61
What is Geocaching? 61
What is the Magellan Geocache Manager? 61
How Do I Install the Magellan Geocache Manager? 61
Using the Magellan Geocache Manager 62
Magellan Geocache Manager Tools 63
Working with Geocache Files 64
Adding Other Downloaded Files to the List 64
Uploading to the Magellan eXplorist 65
Using the eXplorist with MapSend 66
Using the eXplorist with MapSend 66
What is MapSend? 66
Overview of Uploading Detail Maps from MapSend to the eXplorist 66
Transferring POIs, Routes, and Track Between MapSend and eXplorist 69
Transferring POIs, Routes, and Tracks to MapSend 69
Transferring Waypoints, Routes, and Tracks from MapSend 70
Preferences 71
Restarting the GPS 71
Using Active Setup 73
Changing the Default Folders 73
Selecting the Background or Detail Map 74
Setting the Map Units 74
Selecting Navigational Units of Measure 74
Selecting the North Reference 75
Selecting the Coordinate System 75
Selecting the Map Datum 76
Using the Power Management Tool 76
Setting the Power Off Timer 76
Setting the Light Timer 77
Personalizing the eXplorist 77
Selecting Languages 78
Clearing Memory 78
Clearing Track History 78
Clearing User-Entered POIs and Routes 79
Clearing Routes 79
Clearing Active Track , User-Entered POIs and Routes 79
Resetting the eXplorist to Factory Defaults 80
Setting Alarms 80
Setting the Clock 81Setting the Time & Format 81
Setting Daylight Savings Time 82
Specifications 83
Performance 83
Physical 83
Power 84
Memory 84
Coordinate Systems 84
Routes 84
Track Logs 84
Points of Interest 85
Navigation Screens 85
Alarms 85
Accessories 86
Contacting Magellan Support 87
Contacting Magellan Support 87
Contacting Magellan in North America 87
Technical Support 87
Warranty Service 87
Contacting Magellan in Europe 88
Technical support and warranty service 88eXplorist XL GPS Receiver 1
Features of the Magellan eXplorist GPS receiver: 1
Button Descriptions: 2
Installing the Batteries 3
Installing an Optional SD Card 4
Connecting to a Personal Computer 4
Starting Up 5
Turning the eXplorist On 5
Turning the eXplorist Off 5
Turning the Display Backlight On/Off 5
Using the eXplorist for the First Time 6
Conclusion 10
Using the eXplorist XL 11
Going to a Destination 11
Saving Your Position 12
Tracing Your Steps 13
Additional Features 13
Navigation Screens 14
Accessing the Navigation Screens 14
Map Screen 14
Map Screen Overview 15
Changing Map Scale 15
Map Screen Modes 15
Showing or Hiding Map Information 16
Customizing the Map Information 17
Displaying Street Information 18
Changing the Map Orientation 18
Changing the Primary Usage 19
Changing the Map Detail 19
Changing the Track Recording Intervals 20
Customizing the Display 20
Compass Screen 21
Compass Screen Overview 21
Customizing the Information Fields 22
Position Screen 23
Position Screen Overview 23
Resetting the Trip Odometer 24
Satellite Status Screen 24
Satellite Status Screen Overview 24
eXplorist XL GPS File Structure 25
Basic File Structure 25
File Structure Overview 25
Using the Filing System with POIs 26
Using the Filing System with Routes 26
Using the Filing System with Track Logs 27
Points of Interest 28
Marking Your Position 28
Marking Your Position (Personalized) 29
Making POIs for Locations other then your Present Position 30Marking a Position by Entering Coordinates 30
Marking a Position using the Map Cursor 31
Marking a Position from a Map Object 31
The POI Database 32
Searching for a User-Entered POI 32
Searching for a Preloaded POI using Nearest 33
Searching for a Preloaded POI using Alphabetical 33
Editing a User-Created POI 34
Deleting a User-Created POI 35
Viewing a User-Created POI on the Map Screen 35
Copying a Preloaded POI 36
Viewing a Preloaded POI on the Map Screen 37
Showing or Hiding a User-Entered POI on the Map Screen 38
Routes 39
GOTO Routes 39
Creating a GOTO Route 39
Creating a GOTO Route from the Map Cursor 40
Creating a GOTO Route to a Map Object 40
Multi-Leg Routes 41
Creating a Multi-leg Route 41
Activating/Deactivating a Route 42
Changing the Destination Leg of an Active Route 43
Editing a Saved Route 44
Reversing a Route 45
Deleting a Route 45
Moving a Route 46
Copying a Route 46
Viewing a Route on the Map 47
Track Logs 48
Track Logs 48
Stopping and Resuming Active Track Logging 48
Starting a New Active Track Log 49
Saving an Active Track Log 49
Creating a BackTrack Route 50
Clearing the Active Track 50
Converting the Track Log to a Route 51
Viewing the Track Log on the Map 51
Working with Saved Track Logs 52
Following Saved Track Logs 52
Reversing a Saved Track Log 52
Deleting a Saved Track Log 53
Moving a Saved Track Log 53
Copying a Saved Track Log 53
Advanced Features 54
Using Area Calculation 54
Deleting All POIs from the Area Calculation List 55
Editing the POI List in Area Calculation 55
Computing Best Fish/Hunt Times 55
Accessing Hunting and Fishing Times 55
Changing the Position 56
Changing the Date 56Displaying Sun and Moon Information 56
Accessing the Sun/Moon Function 56
Changing the Date 57
Viewing the Vertical Profile 57
Using the Simulator 58
Simulating on a Saved Route 58
Communicating with a Personal Computer 59
Connecting to a Personal Computer 59
Changing Modes 59
Working with Files on the Personal Computer 60
Magellan Geocache Manager 61
Magellan Geocache Manager 61
What is Geocaching? 61
What is the Magellan Geocache Manager? 61
How Do I Install the Magellan Geocache Manager? 61
Using the Magellan Geocache Manager 62
Magellan Geocache Manager Tools 63
Working with Geocache Files 64
Adding Other Downloaded Files to the List 64
Uploading to the Magellan eXplorist 65
Using the eXplorist with MapSend 66
Using the eXplorist with MapSend 66
What is MapSend? 66
Overview of Uploading Detail Maps from MapSend to the eXplorist 66
Transferring POIs, Routes, and Track Between MapSend and eXplorist 69
Transferring POIs, Routes, and Tracks to MapSend 69
Transferring Waypoints, Routes, and Tracks from MapSend 70
Preferences 71
Restarting the GPS 71
Using Active Setup 73
Changing the Default Folders 73
Selecting the Background or Detail Map 74
Setting the Map Units 74
Selecting Navigational Units of Measure 74
Selecting the North Reference 75
Selecting the Coordinate System 75
Selecting the Map Datum 76
Using the Power Management Tool 76
Setting the Power Off Timer 76
Setting the Light Timer 77
Personalizing the eXplorist 77
Selecting Languages 78
Clearing Memory 78
Clearing Track History 78
Clearing Routes 79
Clearing Active Track , User-Entered POIs and Routes 79
Clearing User-Entered POIs and Routes 79
Resetting the eXplorist to Factory Defaults 80
Setting Alarms 80
Setting the Clock 81
Setting the Time & Format 81Setting Daylight Savings Time 82
Specifications 83
Performance 83
Physical 83
Power 84
Memory 84
Coordinate Systems 84
Routes 84
Track Logs 84
Points of Interest 85
Navigation Screens 85
Alarms 85
Accessories 86
Contacting Magellan Support 87
Contacting Magellan Support 87
Contacting Magellan in North America 87
Technical Support 87
Warranty Service 87
Contacting Magellan in Europe 88
Technical support and warranty service 88

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