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GPS Manuals - Magellan - Magellan nav 6000 GPS User Manual


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File Type
GPS User Manual
110 pages
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Introduction 1
Packing List 1
Conventions Used in this Manual 2
Commonly Used Terms 2
Getting Started 3
Magellan NAV 6000 Description 3
Language Selection 4
Power ON/OFF 5
Adjusting Contrast 6
Adjusting Backlighting 6
First Time Use - Initializing the Receiver 6
Tutorial 9
Reference 15
General Usage 15
Turning the Receiver ON/OFF 15
Cancelling an Operation 16
Inputting Data 16
Adjusting Contrast 16
Adjusting Backlighting 16
Root Screens 16
Satellite Status Screen 17
Map Screen 19
Setting the Map Scale 20
Using the Cursor Key on the Map Screen 21
Map Orientation 21
Plotter Mode 22
Viewing Waypoint and Navaid Attributes 23
Finding Distance and Bearing from a Point
on the Map 25
NAV 1 Screen 25
Customizing the Nav 1 Screen 26
NAV 2 Screen 26
Customizing the Nav 2 Screen 26
Pointer Screen 27
Waypoints 28
Creating a Waypoint 28
Saving the Cursor Position as a Waypoint 28
Saving the Current Position Fix as a Waypoint 29
Modifying Waypoint Data Fields 29
Finding a Waypoint in the Waypoint List 30
Viewing a Waypoint from the Waypoint List 30
Editing a Waypoint from the Waypoint List 31
Deleting Waypoints from the Waypoint List 31
Listing the Nearest Waypoints 32
Moving a Waypoint 32
Routes 33
Creating a GOTO Route Using the Waypoint List 33
Creating a GOTO Route Using the Nearest List 34
Creating a GOTO Route using the Find Function 34
Creating a GOTO Route to the Cursor Position 35
Creating a MOB Route 35
Deleting a GOTO Route 35
Multi-Leg Routes 36
Creating a Multi-Leg Route Using the Map 36
Creating a Multi-Leg Route Manually 36
Activating a Route 37
Deactivating a Route 37
Reversing a Route from the List 38
Editing a Route 38
Inserting a Waypoint in a Route on the Map 38
Inserting a Waypoint in a Route Manually 39
Removing a Waypoint from a Route 40
Appending a Waypoint to the End of
a Route on the Map 40
Appending a Waypoint to the End of
a Route Manually 41
Moving a Waypoint in a Route 41
Replacing a Waypoint in a Route Manually 42
Activating a Leg of a Route 42
Deleting a Route on the Map 43
Deleting a Route in the List 43
Copying a Route 43
Creating a Backtrack Route 44
Activating a Backtrack Route 44
Deactivating a Backtrack Route 44
Menu Functions 45
System Setup 45
Adjusting Contrast 45
Setting Time Format 45
Setting Date Format 46
Selecting Coordinate System 46
Selecting Map Datum 47
Selecting Elevation Mode 47
Selecting Elevation, Distance, Speed and
Depth Units 47
Elevation Units 47
Distance Units 48
Speed Units 48
Depth Units 48
Selecting North Reference 48
Port Setup Functions 49
Setting NMEA Output 49
Setting NMEA Baud Rate 49
Turning the Beeper On or Off 50
Activating Alarms 50
Setting Arrival Radius 50
Setting Anchor Alarm 50
Setting XTE Alarm 51
Map Setup 51
Map Configuration Functions 51
Turning Land Settings On and Off 51
Turning Marine Settings On and Off 52
Turning Nav-Aid Settings On and Off 52
Turning Chart Settings On and Off 53
Selecting Map Orientation 53
Projected Course Indicator 54
Map Shift 54
Track History Functions 55
Turning Track History On or Off 56
Choosing the Distance Resolution 56
Clearing Track Memory 56
Trip Planning Function 56
Calculating Sunrise/Sunset
and Lunar Information 57
Simulation Mode Function 58
Memory Reset 58
Troubleshooting 60
Warnings/Alarms 62
NAV 6000 Appendix 63
Installation Instructions 64
Battery Installation 64
C-Card Installation 65
Nav 6000 Swivel Mounting Bracket (Optional) 67
Electrical Connections 69
Connecting the DC Power/NMEA Data Cable 69
Connecting the PC Cable (Optional) 70
Proper External Antenna Installation -
Signal Reception 71
Navaid Icons 72
List of Available Datums 77
NMEA Messages 78
Abbreviations 84
Specifications 86
Coordinate Systems 87
What Is GPS? 89
Explanation of Data Terms 91
Glossary 93
Index 96

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