AstroStart 60Cx user manual

User manual for the device AstroStart 60Cx

Device: AstroStart 60Cx
Size: 1,71 MB
Date of adding : 2013-11-08 17:18:42
Number of pages: 98
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®
GPSMAP 60Cx
color map navigator
owner’s manual

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© 2005-2006 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Garmin Corporation st nd 1200 East 151 Street, Liberty House No. 68, Jangshu 2 Road, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. Hounsdown Business Park, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan Tel. 913/397.8200 or 800/800.1020 Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 9RB UK Tel. 886/2.2642.9199 Fax 913/397.8282 Tel. +44 (0) 870.8501241 (outside the UK) Fax 886/2.2642.9099 0808 2380000 (within the UK) Fax +44 (0) 870.8501251

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IIntroduct on > About t hIs MAnuAl The Main Pages section contains an overview of the IntroductIon Satellite, Trip Computer, Map, and Compass Pages. ® ® Thank you for choosing the Garmin GPSMAP 60Cx. The Main Menu section describes features found on The GPSMAP 60Cx uses the proven performance of the Main Menu and information about how to change Garmin GPS and full-featured mapping to create an settings. unsurpassed portable GPS receiver. Take a moment now to compare the contents of this

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IIIIntroductntroduct onon > t Able of c ontents Selecting Options and Entering Data .......................7 Table of Contents Using the Status Bar ................................................7 Introduction ....................................................... i On-Screen Messages ................................................8 About This Manual .............................................. i Using the Mapping Databases .................................8 Manual Conventions ............

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IIntroduct on > t Able of c ontents Finding an Intersection ..........................................24 Compass Page .................................................. 48 Searching for a Point of Interest ............................24 Compass Page Options ..........................................49 POI Loader & Custom Points of Interest ...............25 Using the Course Pointer or Bearing Pointer ........49 Using Tracks ..................................................... 26 Data Fields ..

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IIntroduct on > t Able of c ontents Calculator ..........................................................67 FCC Compliance ............................................... 83 Stopwatch .........................................................67 Limited Warranty .............................................. 84 Sun and Moon ................................................... 68 Index ............................................................... 86 Hunt and Fish .................................

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IntroductIon > s oftw Are l Icense AM gree ent - Product r egIstrA tIon Software License Agreement Product Registration BY USING THE GPSMAP 60Cx, YOU AGREE TO BE Help us to better support you by completing our BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE online registration today! Connect to our Web site at FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. www.garmin.com/registration/. PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. Use this area to record the serial number (8-digit Garmin grants you a limited lice

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IIntroduct on > c ArIng for the gPsMAP 60c x Storage Caring for the GPSMAP 60Cx Do not store the GPSMAP 60Cx where prolonged The GPSMAP 60Cx case is constructed of exposure to temperature extremes may occur (such as high-quality materials and does not require user in the trunk of a car) as permanent damage may result. maintenance except cleaning. User information, such as waypoints and routes, are Cleaning the Case retained in the unit’s memory without the need for Clean the unit’s oute

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IIntroduct on > w ArnIng Warning Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous sources, including information from street signs, situations could result in an accident or collision visual sightings, and maps. For safety, always resulting in death or serious injury. resolve any discrepancies or questions before continuing navigation and defer to posted road signs. • When installing the unit in a vehicle, place the unit • Always operate the vehicle in a safe manner. securely so that i

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IIntroduct on > IMPtor Ant IMA nfor tIon The California Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 Important Information requires the recycling of certain electronics. For more MAP DATA INFORMATION: One of the goals of Garmin information on the applicability to this product, see www. is to provide customers with the most complete and accurate erecycle.org. cartography that is available to us at a reasonable cost. We use a combination of governmental and private data sources, Garmin POI Loader

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g Iett ng s t Atedr > u In t o vIver ew GettIG n Sartedt Unit Overview Auxiliary GPS antenna connector Internal (under weather cap) antenna Power key Color LCD USB connector port display (under weather cap) External data/ auxiliary power port (under weather cap) GPSMAP 60Cx Carry lanyard attachment slot Battery compartment locking D-Ring Battery compartment cover Keypad GPSMAP 60Cx Owner’s Manual 

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USE BY USE BY 2009 2009 g ettIng s t Atedr > Inst AllIng the b AtterIes To install the Lanyard: Installing the Batteries 1. Place the loop of the lanyard through the slot The GPSMAP 60Cx operates on two AA batteries at the upper-left side on the back of the unit. (not included), which are installed in the back of the 2 Route the strap through the loop, and pull tight. unit. You can use Alkaline or NiMH batteries. See page 55 for information on setting the battery type. To install the batter

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g ettIng s t Atedr > u sIng the gPsMAP 60 c x KeyPAd Using the GPSMAP 60Cx Keypad POWER key • Press and hold to turn the unit ROCKER key on or off. • Press up, down, left, or right to highlight options; and to enter data, • Press and release to adjust the backlighting. or move the map panning arrow. IN/OUT Zoom Keys PAGE key • Press to zoom in or out on the GPSMAP 60Cx • Press and release to cycle through the Map Page. main pages. • Press to scroll up or down a list on any other page. ME

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g Iett ng s t Atedr > t Iurn ng on the gPsMAP 60c x Adjusting the Backlight Turning on the GPSMAP 60Cx You may want to adjust the backlight to see the screen Turn the GPSMAP 60Cx on, to view the Welcome better. Page, followed by the Satellite Page. The unit must collect satellite data and establish its current location. To adjust the backlight level: 1. Press and quickly release the POWER key. To turn the GPSMAP 60Cx on and off: 1. Press and hold the POWER key. When 2. Press up on the ROCKER

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g Iett ng s t Atedr > IIn IA t lIzIng the gPs r eceIver 3. Press and release the PAGE key until the Map Initializing the GPS Receiver Page appears. You are now ready to begin The first time you turn on your GPSMAP 60Cx, the GPS-aided navigation. GPS receiver must collect satellite data and establish You can also observe a sky-view array of the satellites its current location. To ensure proper initialization, overhead with your location centered in the array. The the GPSMAP 60Cx is shippe

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g Iett ng s t Atedr > u Is ng the gPsMAP 60c x On-screen button—use the ROCKER to highlight a Using the GPSMAP 60Cx button, and press ENTER to select the button. This section explains how to enter and select information with the GPSMAP 60Cx. Scroll bar—when viewing a list of items too long to appear on the screen, a scroll bar appears along the Understanding Terms right side of the list. To scroll through a list, press up As you progress through this manual, you are directed or down on the

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g Iett ng s t Atedr > s electIng o PtIons And e nterIng d At A • Power to the unit is provided by either batteries Selecting Options and Entering Data or from an auxiliary source (AC, DC or USB Use the ROCKER to highlight an item in a list or a adapter). The Battery Power icon ( ) shows field on the screen. the remaining power as the battery is depleted. To select and activate an option: • The Auxiliary Power icon ( ) appears when 1. From any page, press MENU. An Options the unit

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g ettIng s t Atedr > o n -s creen MessAges On-Screen Messages Using the Mapping Databases When a significant event in the operation of the Many of the GPSMAP 60Cx features require detailed unit occurs, an on-screen message appears. In each mapping data to be fully operational, so you may want case, the condition is described and often a remedy to transfer maps before using the unit. The microSD provided. Press ENTER to acknowledge the message card (provided only on some units) can be loaded w

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LOCK g ettIng s t Atedr > t rAnsferrIng d At A ot A MIcro sd c Ard 2. Connect the USB cable provided with the unit Transferring Data to a microSD Card to the USB port on your PC and to the mini- Some units are equipped with a pre-installed microSD USB port on the back of the unit. card. Other units configured for use in large geographic 3. Follow instructions for selecting and regions (Pacific) require a larger capacity microSD card downloading maps provided with the to store enough usefu

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b AsIc o PerA tIon > c reA It ng And u sIng w AyPIo nts To mark your current location: BaSIc o tIpera on 1. Press and hold the MARK key until the Mark This section explains some of the more common Waypoint Page appears. A default three-digit operations you can perform with your GPSMAP name and symbol are assigned to the new waypoint. 60Cx, including creating and using waypoints, using the Find Menu, and how to create and use tracks and Waypoint Waypoint routes. symbol name Creating and U


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