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User’s manual

NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx

English (United Kingdom)

April 2009

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The information contained herein may be changed at any time without prior notification. Neither this manual nor any parts thereof may be reproduced for any purpose whatsoever without the express written consent of NAVIGON AG, nor may they be transmitted in any form either electronically or mechanically, including photocopying and recording. All technical specifications, drawings etc are subject to copyright law.

© 2009, NAVIGON AG All rights reserved.

 

 

 

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Table of contents

 

1

Introduction.......................................................................................

5

 

1.1

About this manual.....................................................................................

5

 

 

1.1.1

Conventions.................................................................................

5

 

 

1.1.2

Symbols.......................................................................................

5

 

1.2

Legal notice ..............................................................................................

5

 

 

1.2.1

Liability.........................................................................................

5

 

 

1.2.2

Trade marks ................................................................................

5

 

1.3

Questions about the product ....................................................................

6

2

Before you begin...............................................................................

6

 

2.1

Scope of Delivery .....................................................................................

6

 

2.2

Description of the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx.................................................

7

 

2.3

Important safety information.....................................................................

7

 

 

2.3.1

Navigation safety information ......................................................

7

 

 

2.3.2 Safety information for the navigation device................................

8

 

 

2.3.3 Safety guidelines when installing the device in your car .............

9

 

2.4

Preparing the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx for use ...........................................

9

 

 

2.4.1 Installing the navigation system in the vehicle.............................

9

 

 

2.4.2 TMC antenna (only NAVIGON 23xx).........................................

12

 

 

2.4.3

Memory card..............................................................................

12

 

 

2.4.4 Connecting the navigation device to a PC.................................

12

 

2.5

Navigating with GPS ..............................................................................

16

3

Switching on the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx........................................

16

 

3.1

Options

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18

4

Operating the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx .............................................

18

 

4.1

Information .............................................................................................

18

 

4.2

Software keyboard .................................................................................

20

 

 

4.2.1

Special keys ..............................................................................

20

 

 

4.2.2

Entering data .............................................................................

21

 

4.3

Options

...................................................................................................

22

 

4.4

Menus.....................................................................................................

 

22

5

Navigation

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22

 

5.1

Starting the navigation application .........................................................

22

 

5.2

Specifying a destination .........................................................................

24

 

 

5.2.1 Specifying the country in which the destination is situated........

24

 

 

5.2.2 Entering a destination address ..................................................

24

 

 

5.2.3

Enter Coordinates......................................................................

26

 

 

5.2.4

Points of interest........................................................................

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5.2.5

Information about the destination ..............................................

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5.2.6

Favourites..................................................................................

31

 

 

5.2.7

Last Destinations .......................................................................

32

 

 

5.2.8

Imported Addresses ..................................................................

32

 

 

5.2.9

Navigating home........................................................................

33

 

 

5.2.10

Selecting destinations on the map.............................................

33

 

 

5.2.11

Route preview............................................................................

34

 

5.3

Managing destinations ...........................................................................

36

 

 

5.3.1

Saving destinations ...................................................................

36

 

 

5.3.2

Defining the home address........................................................

36

 

5.4

Multi-leg routes.......................................................................................

37

 

 

5.4.1

Entering the starting point..........................................................

37

 

 

5.4.2

Entering route points .................................................................

38

 

 

5.4.3

Editing route points....................................................................

39

 

 

5.4.4

Managing routes........................................................................

39

 

 

5.4.5

Calculating and displaying routes..............................................

40

 

 

5.4.6

Simulating routes.......................................................................

40

 

 

5.4.7

Route preview............................................................................

41

 

5.5

Options

...................................................................................................

42

 

5.6 Working with the map.............................................................................

45

 

 

5.6.1

Selecting the navigation map ....................................................

45

 

 

5.6.2

Map in Preview mode ................................................................

45

 

 

5.6.3

Map in Navigation mode............................................................

46

 

 

5.6.4

Reality View...............................................................................

49

 

 

5.6.5

Map in Destination search mode ...............................................

50

 

5.7

Useful functions......................................................................................

52

 

 

5.7.1

Nearby .......................................................................................

52

 

 

5.7.2

Direct Help.................................................................................

53

 

 

5.7.3

GPS Status, saving the current location....................................

54

 

 

5.7.4

Block..........................................................................................

54

 

 

5.7.5

Turn-by-Turn List .......................................................................

55

 

 

5.7.6

TMC (Traffic Information) (only NAVIGON 23xx) ......................

56

6

Configuring the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx..........................................

60

7

Appendix .........................................................................................

 

62

 

7.1

Technical data ........................................................................................

62

 

7.2

Declaration of conformity........................................................................

62

8

Troubleshooting..............................................................................

63

9

Index ................................................................................................

 

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1 Introduction

1.1About this manual

1.1.1Conventions

For better legibility and clarification, the following styles are used in this manual:

Bold and italics:

Product names

SMALL CAPITALS:

Window and dialogue box titles

Bold:

Highlighting of important parts in the text

Underlined:

Names of buttons, input boxes and other elements

 

on the user interface

Underlined and italics:

Names of control elements on the navigation device

1.1.2Symbols

The following symbols refer to specific passages of text:

Instructions and tips for operating the software

More detailed information and explanations

Warnings

1.2Legal notice

1.2.1Liability

The software and manual are subject to change without notice. NAVIGON AG is not liable for the accuracy of the information contained in this manual or for damages resulting from the use of this manual.

Suggestions for improvements and information regarding errors are always welcome so that we can supply you with even better products in the future.

1.2.2Trade marks

All brand and trade marks mentioned in this document and registered by third parties are subject without reservation to copyright law and the proprietary rights of their respective owners. All trade marks, trade

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names and company names used in this document are or may be trade marks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved except those explicitly granted.

If the registered trade marks used in this manual are not explicitly identified as such, this does not imply that the name is not subject to the rights of a third party.

Microsoft, Outlook, Excel and Windows are registered trade marks of the Microsoft Corporation.

NAVIGON is a registered trade mark of NAVIGON AG.

1.3Questions about the product

You have a question concerning your product? Then visit our webseite www.navigon.com and click on "Support". There you will find an area with frequently asked questions (FAQ Center) along with details of how to contact us by phone ore-mail.

Manuals as PDF files

Manuals in PDF format can also be found in the internal memory of the navigation device. Connect the navigation device by cable to a PC in order to read or copy these files.

2 Before you begin

2.1Scope of Delivery

Please check that the contents are complete. If anything is missing, get in touch immediately with the dealer who sold you the product.

The purchased product includes the following:

NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx navigation device

Car cradle (in parts, refer to "Assembling the cradle" on page10)

Car charger cable (10-24V:adapter for the vehicle's cigarette lighter). (NAVIGON 23xx: with integrated TMC antenna)

USB cable

Leaflet with illustrated installation instructions

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2.2Description of the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx

1Touch-screen(refer also to"Safety information for the navigation device" on page8)

2Slot for microSD memory card

3

 

Mini USB socket for USB cable / car charger cable

4Reset (refer also to"Troubleshooting" on page63)

5On/Off

2.3Important safety information

In your own interest, please read the following safety information and warnings carefully before starting up your navigation system.

2.3.1Navigation safety information

Use the navigation system at your own risk.

Caution! To prevent accidents, do not operate the navigation system while driving.

Caution! Do not look at the display unless it is absolutely safe to do so!

Caution! Traffic regulations have priority over any instructions from the navigation system.

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Caution! Follow the instructions of the navigation system only when the circumstances and the road traffic regulations allow you to do so! The navigation system will still guide you to your destination even if you deviate from the calculated route.

Caution! Check that the cradle is secured and adjusted properly before each journey.

Note: If you have not understood the spoken instructions or are unsure about what to do next, you can refer briefly to the map or schematic view of your navigation system.

2.3.2Safety information for the navigation device

Caution! Protect the device from moisture. The device is neither waterproof nor protected against splash water.

Caution! Do not open the case of the navigation device under any circumstances.

Caution! Do not expose the navigation device to extreme heat or cold. This may damage the device or impair its function. (Refer to"Technical data" on page62)

Caution! Never unplug by pulling the cable. Doing so could severely damage or destroy the device.

Caution! Do not operate the touchscreen withsharp-edgedor pointed objects. Use only your finger to operate the touchscreen.

Note: Do not kink the cable. Make sure that the cable cannot be damaged bysharp-edgedobjects.

Note: Clean the navigation device only with a damp cloth.

Note: Create a backup of the data in the internal memory of your navigation device.

This is very easy to do with the NAVIGON Fresh software which can be downloaded free of charge from the websitewww.navigon.com.

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2.3.3Safety guidelines when installing the device in your car

Caution! Fasten the cradle so that the navigation device is easy to see and operate by the driver. Make sure that the driver's view of the traffic is not impeded.

Caution! Do not attach the cradle within the working zone of any airbags.

Caution! Do not fasten the cradle too close to the steering wheel or other controls. The driver must not be obstructed in operating any car functions.

Caution! When installing the cradle, make sure that it will not pose a risk in the event of an accident.

Caution! Do not run cables directly next tosafety-relevantdevices and power supplies.

Caution! Check that the cradle is secured and adjusted properly before each journey. The suction cup may become loose after a while.

Caution! After installation, check allsafety-relevantequipment in the car.

Caution! Connect the car charger cable only to cigarette lighters with an operating voltage of10-24V.

Caution! Disconnect the car charger cable from the cigarette lighter whenever you park the car. The integrated mains adapter always consumes a small amount of energy and could drain the car battery.

2.4Preparing the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx for use

2.4.1Installing the navigation system in the vehicle

Caution! Be sure to refer to all the safety information in chapter"Navigation safety information" on page7.

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Assembling the cradle

Assemble the cradle as shown in the illustration. No tools are needed for this.

Securing the cradle

1.Clean the suction cup and that part of the windscreen to which you want to secure the cradle. Both must be dry and free of dirt and grease.

2.Open the lever on the suction cup as far as possible.

3.Place the cradle suction cup against the windscreen.

4.Press the lever towards the windscreen.

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Inserting the navigation device into the cradle

1.Hang the navigation device by the upper recess on the upper lug of the cradle. (See illustration)

2.Then press it towards the cradle so that it latches in place.

Supplying power to the navigation device

Included in delivery of the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx is a car charger cable with which power can be supplied to the navigation device via the vehicle's cigarette lighter.

Connect the car charger cable to the vehicle's cigarette lighter and to the mini USB socket of the navigation device.

Note: Plug the USB connector into the navigation device as far it will go! (Refer to"Troubleshooting" on page63.)

Caution! Connect the car charger cable only to cigarette lighters with an operating voltage of10-24V.

Note: It takes approx.2-3hours to charge the device when the battery is flat.

A fully charged battery enables up to 1 hours of use depending on the device configuration.

Removing the navigation device from the cradle

On the bottom of the plate in which you hung the navigation device is a clip.

1.Pull the clip towards yourself so that the device is released from the clip.

2.Lift the device up and out of the cradle.

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2.4.2TMC antenna (only NAVIGON 23xx)

The NAVIGON 23xx has an integrated TMC receiver. The TMC antenna is integrated in the car charger cable. Once the car charger cable is connected, the device can receive current traffic messages. If required, it can change your route dynamically, e.g. in order to avoid a traffic jam.

2.4.3Memory card

If you purchase additional navigation maps but no longer have enough space for them in the internal memory of your navigation device, it is also possible for you to save these maps on a memory card (microSD card). The navigation device can use navigation maps from both memories.

Note: When you connect theNAVIGON 13xx | 23xx to your computer using a USB cable, the internal memory is detected as the 'NAVIGON' drive. The slot for the memory card is detected as the 'NAVIGON SD' drive.

Note: Data backups, software updates and navigation map updates can be carried out quickly and conveniently with theNAVIGON Fresh software, which you can download free of charge from the websitewww.navigon.com.

2.4.4Connecting the navigation device to a PC

When you connect the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx to your computer for the first time, the operating system will try to install a driver for the device. You must stop this happening. Make all settings as shown in the following illustrations. TheNAVIGON 13xx | 23xx will then be detected as drive 'NAVIGON'.

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Windows XP

1. Tap on Next >.

2. Tap on Finish.

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Windows Vista

Tap on Cancel.

Windows 2000

1. Tap on Next >.

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2. Tap on Next >.

3. Tap on Next >.

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4. Tap on Finish.

2.5Navigating with GPS

GPS is based on a total of at least 24 satellites orbiting the Earth and continuously transmitting signals of their position and time. The GPS receiver receives this data and calculates its own geographical position on the basis of the information transmitted by the various satellites.

Data from at least three satellites is required for positioning with an acceptable degree of accuracy. With data from four or more satellites it is possible in addition to determine the position's altitude above sea level. Positioning is accurate to within three metres.

Once the navigation device has determined your position, this position can be used as a starting point for calculating a route.

The map data on your navigation device includes the geographical coordinates of all digitally recorded points of interest, streets and places. This enables the device to calculate a route between a starting point and a destination.

Calculation of the current position and its representation on the map take place approximately once every second. In other words, your current position is always shown on the map.

3Switching on the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx

Press the (On/Off) key for approx. 2 seconds. TheNAVIGATION window opens.

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Caution! Do not press the(On/Off) key for longer than 2 seconds! If you press the key for longer than 10 seconds, a hardware reset will be carried out.

After a hardware reset you must re-calibratethe touchscreen. The GPS receiver will also bere-initialised,which can take up to 20 minutes. (Refer also to"Initialising the GPS receiver" on page23)

Note: When you switch on theNAVIGON 13xx | 23xx for the first time, you will be asked to make the following settings:

your preferred language for using for the software

the unit of length for distances

the time format

Switching the navigation device to standby mode

When you switch the navigation device to standby mode, the next time it is switched on it will open with the window which was active when switched off. In standby mode the device still consumes a small amount of energy however.

Press briefly (max. 2 seconds) on the (On/Off) key.-or-

Tap in the NAVIGATION window of the navigation software on the

button.

Automatic Standby

You can configure the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx so that the navigation device is automatically switched to standby mode.

In the NAVIGATION window tap onOptions >Settings >General >Automatic Standby.

Select after how much time you want the navigation device to be switched to standby mode (Never,After 10 mins,After 20 mins,After 30 mins).

Select Power Loss in order to switch the device to standby mode when the external power supply is interrupted.

Switching off the navigation device

When you switch off the navigation device, the next time it is switched on it will carry out a restart of the navigation software. Your settings and your saved destinations and routes will be retained.

Press for at least 6 seconds on the (On/Off) key.

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3.1Options

Some windows offer options that lead to more functions.

A description of all available options can be found in the chapter "Options" on page42.

4 Operating the NAVIGON 13xx | 23xx

4.1Information

Various information symbols are located at the top of many windows.

GPS

The GPS symbol can indicate the following GPS reception states:

No GPS (No symbol): Thebuilt-inGPS receiver is not operational. Contact customer service if the problem persists.

No Signal: Data is being received from less than three satellites. Position cannot be calculated.

GPS Ready: Data is being received from at least three satellites. Position can be calculated.

For details of the GPS status refer to chapter "GPS Status, saving the current location" on page54.

Compass

The Compass symbol indicates in which direction you are currently heading. It can indicate the following points of the compass: N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW.

TMC (Traffic Information) (only NAVIGON 23xx)

The NAVIGON 23xx has an integrated TMC receiver which provides the navigation system with traffic information updates. If necessary it can change your route dynamically, for example in order to avoid a traffic jam.

Note: This function is only available if TMC traffic messages are being transmitted in the country in which you are travelling. This is not the case in all countries.

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The TMC symbol can display the following TMC reception status:

Tuning (in red): The TMC receiver is operational but cannot find a transmitter that is sending TCM signals. There are no active traffic messages.

Tuning: The TMC receiver is operational but cannot find a station that is transmitting TMC signals. Traffic messages are active however. This can be the case, for example, when travelling through a tunnel.

TMC on Standby (in grey): Traffic messages can be receiverd.

Note: The TMC antenna is integrated in the car charger cable. TheTuning symbol may still appear therefore when the car charger cable is not connected to theNAVIGON 23xx.

For details of the TMC function refer to chapter "TMC (Traffic Information)" on page56.

Energy

The Energy symbol can indicate the following states of the integrated battery:

The device is being supplied by an external power source. The battery is fully charged.

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The battery cannot be charged because its temperature is too high or too low.

The device is being supplied by an external power source. The battery is being charged.

The device is being supplied by its internal battery. The battery charge is sufficient.

The device is being supplied by its internal battery. The battery charge is low.

Muting

The Muting symbol can indicate the following states:

No symbol: The navigation application is not muted.

Muting: The navigation application is muted. If the device is navigating at the moment, you will not hear any driving instructions.

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4.2Software keyboard

A software keyboard appears on the screen when text entries are necessary.

All entries can be made on the software keyboard using your fingertips. Only capital letters can be entered.

When entering town or street names you need not enter any special characters or umlauts. The navigation system fills in these characters for you automatically. For example, if you are looking for the town of "Bärnau", then simply type in the word "BARNAU". Special characters may be helpful however when naming saved destinations and routes.

4.2.1Special keys

inserts a space.

deletes the character in front of the cursor.

opens the keyboard with numerals.

Latin, Cyrillic and Greek alphabet

opens the keyboard with the Latin alphabet.

opens the keyboard with the Cyrillic alphabet.

opens the keyboard with the Greek alphabet.

When you want to enter addresses, names or POIs, the keyboard with the alphabet for the country in question will open automatically.

When you want to save a destination to Favourites or when you enter a POI category or a country, the keyboard with the alphabet of the user interface will open automatically.

You can also switch from the Cyrillic or Greek keyboard to the Latin keyboard. Many addresses can then also be entered as transliterations or in the language of the user interface.

Example: The language of the user interface is English. You want to navigate to Moscow. You have the following options:

"Москва" (Cyrillic)

"Moskva" (transliterated)

"Moscow" (English)

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