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Personal GPS Locator
NOTICES AND SPECIFICATIONS About GPS System and Location Accuracy The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the US government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The system is subject to changes which could aﬀ ect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment. In addition, the GPS system itself limits the accuracy of the distance indicated on the device’s display to within approximately 3-5 meters of the actual saved location. For more information about
Vehicle Use Notice Audiovox is committed to safety and responsible use. Do not use this GPS device to navigate while driving a motor vehicle. Attention to this device while driving can distract the motor vehicle’s operator, creating an unsafe situation. Injury, death, or property damage may result if the operator fails to adhere to safe driving practices. It is the driver’s sole responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The device should not be mounted in a vehicle in a manner t
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 1. Store/Set ( ) Button - Press to save a setting. - Press to turn on the backlight. The backlight will remain on for twenty seconds. 2. Battery ( / ) Indicator - Indicates amount of battery 3 charge remaining. Displays when the battery is fully 2 charged. Displays and ﬂ ickers when battery power is 4 1 insuﬃ cient. 3. GPS Satellite ( ) Indicator - Steady when GPS signal is locked. Flashes when acquiring GPS signal. 4. On/Oﬀ /Mode ( ) Button - Press and
INSTALLING THE BATTERIES Before attempting to operate your GPS Locator, install two AAA batteries (not included) as described below: 1. Using your ﬁ nger, slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow. 2. Install two AAA batteries. Make sure that the proper polarity (+ or -) is observed. 3. Slide the battery cover back onto the unit until it locks. OPERATING THE UNIT To turn the unit on: 1. Press and hold the On/Oﬀ ( ) switch for three seconds. 2. Wait for the GPS signal to lock.
SETTING UP THE GPS LOCATOR - DO THIS FIRST Before using the GPS Locator, to make the device operational, you will have to set the time zone to your location and calibrate the compass. Setting Your Time Zone 1. Press the Mode ( ) Button repeatedly until the Time ( ) Indicator appears. 2. Press and hold the Store/Set ( ) Button for three seconds. A number will begin ﬂ ashing on the display. This indicates that you are making changes to the time zone. 3. P ress the Store/Set ( ) Button to sc
Calibrating the Compass Note: During calibration, hold the GPS Locator horizontal to the ground with the display facing up. 1. Press the Mode ( ) Button repeatedly until the Compass ( ) Indicator appears. 2. Press and hold the Store/Set ( ) Button for three seconds. A zero in the middle of the display appears. 3. Turn the device three times slowly in one direction around the central point (see diagram below for location). Once the process is ﬁ nished, the compass will display a heading in
MODES OF OPERATION Time Mode In Time Mode, time is displayed in 12-hour (AM/PM) format. 1. Press the Mode ( ) Button repeatedly until the Time ( ) Indicator appears. Note: If the GPS Satellite ( ) Indicator is ﬂ ashing, the GPS is not locked and the time can not be displayed. Compass Mode In Compass Mode, the Direction Arrow will always point North. The display will show the angle, from 0 to 360 degrees, between North and the direction the unit is pointed towards. Note: The digital compas
Location Mode The GPS Locator stores and locates up to three diﬀ erent locations. They are named Home Location ( ), Car Location ( ), and Favorite Location ( ). You can switch between locations by pressing the Mode ( ) Button. Although each location has a designated name (Home, Car, or Favorite), any type of location can be set. In Location Mode, the Data Display Area displays the horizontal distance between your current location and the stored location. The Direction Arrow ( ) points t
TROUBLESHOOTING • If the unit can not be started or used normally, please make sure that the batteries are installed correctly. • If you are not using your unit for a long period of time, please remove the batteries. • If you are moving, the time required for GPS positioning may increase. Recommendation: When you start the unit, please stop in order to reduce this time. • Do not use or store the unit in a location that is subject to high temperature or humidity (for example, in a closed vehicle
90 DAYS LIMITED WARRANTY Applies to Audiovox Personal Pocket G.P.S Locator AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 90 days from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair
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