Bushnell 360310BG User Manual

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Control & Display Guide

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FRONT VIEW

 

 

111. POWER Button

2.MARK Button

123. TRIP Button

2 4. SETUP Button

 

 

 

 

 

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USB Port

 

 

 

 

 

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Location Icon (1 of 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Local Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Direction to Location

 

 

 

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Distance to Location

 

 

 

10. Battery Level

Indicator

11. Satellite Lock Icon

12. Trip Icon

Left Side

 

 

 

 

 

SIDE & BACK VIEWS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Battery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right Side

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Serial # is

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

inside battery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

compartment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BASIC SETUP

Unlock/open battery cover and insert 3 AAA batteries* (Fig 1, pg 3). Record the serial #inside-you’llneed it later to register yourD-Tour online. Close the cover.

Go outdoors. HOLD POWER (1) (keep the button pressed) until the display comes on. Wait for GPS satellite lock (icon stops blinking) (11). This may take a few minutes after the firstpower-upin a new area.

Press SETUP (4). PressMARK (2), then press theTRIP (3) orSETUP button to set the Hour for your area(Fig. 2). PressMARK to return to the Setup screen.

To change the time and temp/distance formats, press SETUP to select “12h” or “0F/yd”, then pressMARK to set to “24h” or “0C/m”.(Fig. 3). The arrow’s function is explained on the next page. PressPOWER to exit Setup screen.

*Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix battery types-useALL lithium or ALL alkaline.

MARKING/RETURNING to a LOCATION

Press POWER to select one of five Location icons or up to 5 additional locations with number designations (6) (Home, Car, Star, Flag, Target,#1-5).While standing at the Location you want to mark, HOLDMARK to save its position in theD-Tour’smemory (the display will change as shown)(Fig. 4). You can now turn the power off (HOLDPOWER) and leave the location.

To return to the location you marked, turn the D-Tour on. Make sure the same icon or # you used to mark the location is shown (if not, pressPOWER to select it). The display indicates the direction and distance back to the location(Fig. 5). Move in the direction of the arrow, watching for the distance to decrease.

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When you reach the location, the “Mark” icon will flash in the center of the display.

You can use the five icons (and up to 5 numbers) to mark five different locations of any kind (your car, tent, scenic area, etc.). Be sure you select a different icon or

# to store each new location. If you hold down MARK with a previously used location icon still selected, you will replace that one with your current location.

To expand or restrict the number of “extra” locations (numbers from 1 to 5) that are available, press SETUP (4) three times until the location arrow on the lower right is highlighted. PressMARK (2), then use theTRIP/DATA orSETUP buttons to decrease or increase the number below the arrow(Fig. 6). Press theMARK button to confirm and return to the Setup screen.

OTHER SCREENS

Press POWER once again after the “Target” location icon screen to view the temperature and altitude at your current location(Fig. 7).

Press POWER again to view the Compass screen, displaying the Latitude and Longitude of your current location, and a digital compass display including your heading (direction of travel) in degrees(Fig. 8).

AUTO POWER OFF/BACKLIGHT

Power automatically turns off after 10 minutes if no buttons have been pressed (except in Trip mode, described next). HOLD POWER to turn the unit off manually.

Press the MARK button to turn the display backlight on. It automatically turns off after 30 seconds.

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COMPASS CALIBRATION

To ensure directional accuracy, hold the D-Tour out in front of you and move it in a “Figure 8” pattern a few times tore-calibratethe compass(Fig. 9). A compass calibration video is available at:http://www. bushnell.com/products/gps/instruction-videos/.

For best results, we recommend holding the D-Tour in a horizontal position (not tilted) during use(Fig. 10).

RECORDING A NEW TRIP (ROUTE)

Press TRIP (3) to enter Trip mode. HOLD theTRIP button to start recording new trip data. The display shows a moving “hiker” icon, along with updated readouts of elapsed distance and average speed during your trip(Fig. 11). Keep theD-Tour powered ON during your trip.

To stop recording the trip data, HOLD the TRIP button again.

The D-Tour automatically saves the data it collects between the time you start and stop recording your trip, including the date and time of the trip, total distance traveled, your average speed, and changes in altitude and temperature.

VIEWING THE TRIP DATA SCREENS

Press the TRIP button to view the distance and average speed of your last trip, along with a remaining memory indicator (% of trip data memory used)(Fig. 12). TheD-Tour can store up to 48 hours oftotal trip data (can be multiple trips on different days).

Press the TRIP button briefly again(don’t hold the button down in Trip mode or you will start a new trip or stop your current trip) to display the “breadcrumb”

 

screen (Fig. 13), showing your route traveled (from

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start to stop points of current or last trip).

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VIEWING TRIP DATA

After recording at least one trip, connecting the D-Tour to your computer will enable you to see the path you took on any of 4 types of map, view a trip data graph, and share your trip via email or social media. To get the software:

Go to http://backtrackdtour.com/ and follow the directions to create an account (free) and register yourD-Tour,and download the software app(Fig. 15, next pg.). Your account provides online backup for all your trip data. (Serial number is inside the battery compartment-(Fig. 14). After registering, you’ll be taken to a screen to download theD-Tour application(Fig. 16) (Adobe Air® is required-it will be installed automatically if you do not already have it on your computer). Click “Download Now”, then select “Open”. A link to download the software will also be provided in your confirmation email. Turn on theD-Tour and connect its USB port to your computer with the supplied USB cable. On Windows® PCs, the app should open automatically (if not, click the desktop icon(Fig. 17).

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Note: if you get a Windows “AutoPlay” popup when you connect your D-Tour,click “Open Folder to View Files”, then double click a .btk (trip data) file).On Mac®, double click the “D-Tour” icon in your Applications folder to launch the application.

Enter the User Name (email address) and Password you used when setting up your account, then select “LOGIN” (Fig. 18). This will enable all your trip data to be stored within your online account, so it will be automatically backed up, and accessible to you from any computer.

USING THE D-TOURAPP-BasicFeatures(Fig. 19)

After the D-Tour app opens, you will see one or more gray folders on the left(a) below “My Downloaded Tracks”, each labeled with a date. Each folder contains information on the trips taken in a 24 hour period.

Click the folder to open it and view the individual trips (b) you made on that date (the duration of each trip is based on the time elapsed between the starting and stopping of a new trip recording when you held down theTRIP button).

The route you traveled for each trip is shown as a colored line (c) on a map. Four types of maps areavailable-clickon the name of a map type(d) to change the view:

MAP-a“road map” style view, complete with road names.SATELLITE-anaerial photo of the area.

HYBRID-acombination of the first two maps.

TERRAIN-thisis a topographic map showing elevation data for the area.

The zoom slider and position arrow pad allow you to zoom in/out and move around on the map (e).

Click on the name of a trip to highlight it on the map. You can hide any trip by clicking on the “eye” icon next to it’s name (f).

To change the name of a folder (from the default date to something like “Canyon Trip Day 1”), right click on its name. You can also right click on a trip within the folder to rename it.

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USING THE D-TOURAPP-AdditionalFeatures(Fig. 20)

Clicking on the “handle” (g) at the bottom center of the map screen will open a popup graph displaying the altitude, temperature and speed data from the trip. You can use thepull-downs(h) to change how the data is displayed. This feature is ideal for runners and bikers that want to track their performance on an exercise course over time.

To create a new folder, click the plus (+) icon on the bottom left (i). Existing trips can be dragged from their original folder into the new one.

To delete a trip or trips folder, drag it to the trash icon (j).

If you’d like to share the details of your trips, we’ve made it easy. Just click “Export Current Map” (k) and select a save or share option.

The “Save As” option allows you export the current map view as a .jpg photo.

When you have finished using the D-Tour application, you don’t need to logout, just close the application(l). Your trip data is automatically saved in your account.

USING THE D-TOURAPP ON OTHER COMPUTERS

If you want to access your D-Tour trip information from another computer, it is not necessary for you to create a new account. Simply login to your account athttp:// backtrackdtour.com click on the download link, and install the app.

LOGIN/CHANGE PASSWORD

If you log out of the D-Tour application, you will be prompted to log in again the next time you launch the application. If you forget your password or want to change it, you may click on the “Forgot Password?” link on the application log in screen(Fig. 21). You may also change your password after logging in to your existing account athttp://backtrackdtour.com. Click “My Profile” in the menu at the top of the screen(Fig. 22).

Please read the Google™ Maps Terms of Service at:

http://maps.google.com/intl/en/help/terms_maps.html

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