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User Manual

Summary of Contents

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    User Manual...

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    MAP 410 Manual Addendum Your MAP 410 receiver has been pre-loaded with the following DEMO regions: MapSend Marine New York Annapolis Miami Seattle These areas have been installed as a sample of the addi- tional detail available from the Magellan MapSend™ Marine and Land CD-ROMs.

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    Ajout au guide de l’utilisateur du MAP 410 Votre récepteur MAP 410 contient des informations géographiques sur les régions suivantes en guise de démontration: MapSend Marine (Marin) New York Annapolis Miami Seattle Ces zones ont été inscrites en mémoire à des fins de démonstration des informations topographiques additionnelles...

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    USE PROPER ACCESSORIES Use only Magellan cables and antennas; the use of non-Magellan cables and antennas may severely degrade performance or damage the receiver, and will void the warranty.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    MAP 410 GPS Receiver... 4 Keypad Description ... 5 Battery Installation ... 6 Using Your MAP 410 ... 7 Proper Handling - Signal Reception ... 7 Turning the Receiver “ON” & “OFF” ... 7 First Time Use - Initializing the Receiver ... 8 Input Location Information ...

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    Cartography Legend... 17 Cartographic Shading ... 18 MAP Setup ... 18 MAP Screen Orientation ... 19 Course Projection ... 19 LAT/LON Grid ... 19 Map Text ... 20 Cities ... 20 Highways ... 20 Railroads ... 21 Enabling/Disabling Uploaded Data ... 21 Waypoints ...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Editing a Waypoint (User Only) ... 30 Selecting a Waypoint to Edit (User Only) ... 31 Editing Waypoint Fields (User Only) ... 31 Creating/Editing/Deleting a Message in a Waypoint (User Only) ... 31 Saving Changes to the Selected Waypoint (User Only) ... 32 Deleting a Waypoint (User Only) ...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    GPS Alarm ... 45 Viewing the Alarm/MSG Menu... 45 Re-setting Alarm Defaults ... 45 Clearing Alarm Messages ... 45 CUSTOMIZING YOUR MAP 410 ... 46 Setup ... 46 Initialization ... 46 Enabling/Disabling the NAV Screens ... 46 Coordinate System ... 47 Map Datum ...

  • Page 9: Introduction, Packing List

    Packing List Before you begin using your new unit, make sure that all the items listed on the MAP 410 box are included. If any of the items are missing or damaged, contact Magellan customer service immediately at (800) 707-9971.

  • Page 10: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Conventions Used In This Manual The reference section of this manual is designed to assist you in the use of your MAP 410. Each topic in the reference section includes a brief description of the chosen activity, keystroke diagrams representing the keys to press and sample screens showing how the function is performed.

  • Page 11: Getting Started, Receiver Description, Receiver Accuracy

    GETTING STARTED This section shows you how to begin using your MAP 410 for the first time. After a brief discussion of the receiver, the following areas will be covered: • Battery Installation • First time usage, initializing the receiver •...

  • Page 12: Map 410 Gps Receiver

    MAP 410 GPS Receiver Detachable Quadrifilar Antenna Display ZOOM OUT ENTER/MARK QUIT ZOOM IN POWER/LIGHT ARROW MENU GOTO Water Seal Battery Caps Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 13: Keypad Description

    This key also accesses the Man Over Board function. ZOOM IN - Allows you to zoom in on the Map screens. ZOOM ZOOM OUT - Allows you to zoom out on the Map screens. ZOOM Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 14: Battery Installation

    Battery Installation The MAP 410 uses four AA alkaline batteries that are installed from the bottom of the receiver. Use the rings to unscrew the water seal battery caps. Insert the batteries into the battery tubes, with the positive end first, two batteries in each side, and screw the battery caps until securely closed.

  • Page 15: Using Your Map 410, Proper Handling - Signal Reception, Turning The Receiver "on" & "off

    The almanac tells the receiver which satellites are in view, based on the time, date and location of the receiver. Until the MAP 410 is initialized, it may not know its location, time or date, therefore, it does not have a reference point to select which satellites to use.

  • Page 16: First Time Use - Initializing The Receiver

    Elevation screen. From the DATE field on the Elevation screen. Your MAP 410 will not automatically change due to daylight savings. You will have to reset the time using SETUP as explained in the Customizing section. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to...

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    During Initialization at the Preference screen. The following chart shows the terminology that your MAP 410 uses while in land or marine mode. For purposes of this manual, it will be assumed that the receiver is in the marine mode.

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    (PRESS & HOLD) (PRESS & HOLD) AVED Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight GOTO the USER category. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight the Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver MARK WPT001 34˚06.56N 117˚49.60W 11:23:35PM 12JAN99 CREATE MSG SAVE WPT SAVE TO RTE...

  • Page 19: Basic Operation, Power Up Sequence, Nav Screens, The Sat Status Screen

    NAV Screens There are nine NAV (navigation) screens which provide you with necessary information you will need to use the MAP 410 as a navigational tool. The screens are: SAT STATUS, POSITION, NAV1, COMPASS, NAV2, MAP, ROAD, SPEED and TIME.

  • Page 20: Changing Temp Units And Calibration In The Status Screen, Setting Temperature Calibration

    MARK FAHRENHEIT or CELSIUS. Setting Temperature Calibration With your MAP 410 you have the ability to calibrate the temperature which creates an offset from the factory settings to accommodate the environment that you are in. At any point in the above steps you may press the QUIT key, or highlight RESET DFLT and press ENTER, to exit out of the TEMP CALIB screen.

  • Page 21: The Position Screen, Viewing Secondary Coordinate System From The Position Screen

    The datums that were selected under SETUP for each coordinate system are also displayed. Averaging in the POSITION Screen When navigating, your MAP 410 takes position fixes. However, when you are stationary, at zero speed, the receiver begins averaging mode. When...

  • Page 22: The Nav 1 Screen, Customizing The Nav 1 Screen

    ENTER ARROW KEYS to menu appears. MARK highlight your choice. You can continue customizing using the same steps or press QUIT to exit this mode. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Selectable Navigation Data Position Icon CUSTOMIZE WPT NAMES WPT NAMES...

  • Page 23: The Compass Screen

    The NorthFinder ™ feature displays the position of the sun and moon icons, when above the horizon, which allows you to determine the direction of north and your destination. The destination icon shows the general direction in which you should be travelling. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver TO: HOME Sun Icon 3.52...

  • Page 24: Customizing The Compass Screen, The Nav 2 Screen, Customizing The Nav 2 Screen

    Customizing the Compass Screen With your MAP 410 you have the ability to change the four navigational fields. You can choose from the following options: BRG, DST, SOG, COG, VMG, CTS, TMP and Blank. Use the following keystrokes to customize...

  • Page 25: The Map Screen, Cartography Legend

    MAP 410. Major City (pop. >500K & Capitals) Large City (pop. 100K to 500K) Medium City (pop. 20K to 100K) Small City (pop. <20K) Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Segundo Hawthorne Manhattan Beach Gardena Compton Lawndale Hermosa Beach Carson...

  • Page 26: Cartographic Shading, Map Setup

    Cartographic Shading For ease of viewing, the cartographic shading on the MAP screen in your MAP 410 is controlled by the setting you choose as your primary usage during the initialization process, Marine or Land. When your receiver is operating in Marine mode, the land is represented by gray shading while the water is clear to aid in viewing waypoints and other cartographic objects.

  • Page 27: Map Screen Orientation, Course Projection, Lat/lon Grid

    The default setting is OFF. LAT/LON Grid With your MAP 410 you have the option of displaying or not displaying grid lines on the MAP screen. If the primary navigation mode is UTM then UTM grid lines will be displayed or if Lat/Lon is the primary navigation mode then Lat/Lon grid lines will be displayed.

  • Page 28: Map Text, Cities, Highways

    MARK the desired scale. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight MAP SETUP. Use UP/DOWN ARROW ENTER KEYS to highlight MARK the desired scale. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver WPT NAMES MAP TEXT ENTER MARK ENTER MARK MAP SCALES ENTER MARK...

  • Page 29: Railroads, Enabling/disabling Uploaded Data, Waypoints

    Map scale. Continue with these steps until all of the settings are complete. The default setting for Waypoints is ICONS/NAMES and a scale of 2 miles. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight MAP SETUP.

  • Page 30: Data Window, Setting Hide/show Data

    SHOW DATA. Use the following keystrokes to hide or show the Data Window: From the Map MENU screen. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight HIDE DATA or SHOW DATA. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Segundo Hawthorne Manhattan Beach Gardena Compton Lawndale Hermosa Beach Carson...

  • Page 31: Track History, Clear Track

    You have the ability to clear the track history from your MAP screen, thus freeing up space to view other navigational data. From the Map MENU screen. confirmation screen appears Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to MENU highlight TRACK HIST. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight your choice.

  • Page 32: Routes, Map Scale, Map Find, Panning Around The Map

    QUIT key or exiting and returning back to the MAP screen. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight MAP SETUP. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight your choice. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver 10 mi MENU HIDE DATA TRACK HIST CLR TRACK MAP SETUP MAP FIND WAYPOINTS...

  • Page 33: Accessing Wpts From The Map, The Road Screen

    If you are off course, such that the destination icon is off the screen, an arrow icon will appear to point you in the direction to get back on course. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver TO: FISH 3.52...

  • Page 34: Customizing The Road Screen, Changing The Scale, The Speed Screen

    QUIT to exit this mode. TO: CAMP ° ° 15.0 ODOMETER 0 0 5 4 2 TRIP 0 5 4 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver CUSTOMIZE WPT NAMES WPT NAMES WPT NAMES ENTER MARK BRG 027 50.2 SOG 8.2 COG 056 VMG 7.2...

  • Page 35: Resetting The Odometer, Resetting The Trip Odometer, Setting The Speed Average, The Time Screen

    To reset the odometer use the following keystrokes: From the Speed MENU screen. A pop-up confirmation window appears. Resetting the Trip Odometer Use the following keystrokes to reset your MAP 410’s trip odometer: From the Speed MENU screen. A pop-up confirmation window appears. Setting the Speed Average You may want to reset the Speed Average field in your receiver.

  • Page 36: Selecting Time Format

    EFAULTS The following chart identifies what the default states are for the nine (9) NAV screens displayed in your MAP 410. With the exception of the POSITION screen and SAT STATUS screen, you can turn the NAV screens off using the procedures found in the Enabling/Disabling the NAV Screens section of this manual.

  • Page 37: The Waypoint Menu, User Waypoints, Working With Waypoints (wpts)

    For purposes of this manual, the term waypoint is used since the default setting of your MAP 410 is marine. This section tells you how to create, save, edit, delete, project, sort and find waypoints.

  • Page 38: Non-user Waypoints, Saving Your Position Fix With A Receiver-generated Name

    ENTER ENTER KEYS to highlight the MARK MARK field you wish to change. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight SAVE WPT. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver MARK DOCK 34˚06.56N 117˚49.60W 900 FT ENTER 11:23PM MARK 12JUN99 CREATE MSG...

  • Page 39: Selecting A Waypoint To Edit (user Only), Editing Waypoint Fields (user Only)

    Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to scroll to the message. To delete a message, follow the instructions on selecting a waypoint and then complete the following steps: Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight WAYPOINTS. Use UP/DOWN ARROW...

  • Page 40: Saving Changes To The Selected Waypoint (user Only)

    Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MENU MARK highlight PROJECTION. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight the field where you want to make changes. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver EDIT WPT CAMP 34˚06.56N 117˚49.60W 11:23:35PM 12JUN99 CREATE MSG SAVE EDITS...

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    ENTER MENU MARK You are brought back to ENTER the Waypoint Menu with MARK the chosen waypoint highlighted. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver & N Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight WAYPOINTS. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MENU MARK highlight SORT WPT.

  • Page 42: The Route Menu, Creating A Goto Route, Creating A Goto Route From The Map Screen

    There are 5 different types of routes; GOTO, BACKTRACK, MOB, MULTI-LEG and TRACK ROUTE. The MAP 410 holds 20 routes with 30 fully-reversible legs. The route function allows you to activate, create, view/edit or delete any one of the 20 routes.

  • Page 43: Using Find In A Goto Route, Clearing A Goto Route, Clearing A Mob

    You will have to delete this waypoint from the waypoint list. From the GOTO Screen. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight the category the waypoint you wish to goto is stored. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to alphabetically...

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    MARK second dotted line will be highlighted. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight SAVE ROUTE. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight SAVE ROUTE. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver MENU ACTIVATE VIEW/EDIT REVERSE DELETE BACKTRACK MAP VIEW WAYPOINTS ROUTES...

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    Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight the category the waypoint is located in. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver OUTE Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight ROUTES. Use UP/DOWN...

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    ARROW KEYS to MARK Use UP/DOWN ARROW ENTER KEYS to highlight the MARK route you wish to deactivate. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight DEACTIVATE. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver VIEW/EDIT HOME CAMP SAVE ROUTE ˚ MENU INSERT DELETE REPLACE...

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    ARROW KEYS to highlight ROUTES. MENU If your route is larger than the maximum allowable zoom scale, the route will not be displayed on the MAP screen. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ARROW ENTER KEYS to highlight the MARK route you wish to reverse.

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    History as a 30 leg route and activating it. If there are some track points that are very close to each other, the receiver may appear to skip one of these legs. OUTE Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver ROUTE MENU TRACK ROUTE 1 FISH ...CAMP...

  • Page 49: Auxiliary Functions, Working With Sun/moon And Fish/hunt

    You can switch between the Sun/Moon and Fish/Hunt data screens using the LEFT/RIGHT ARROWs. Also, you will be able to edit the AT and ON fields that you previously changed. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight SUN/MOON.

  • Page 50: Simulate Mode, Contrast

    SIMULATE. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to MENU highlight CONTRAST. Use LEFT/RIGHT ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK adjust the contrast. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver SETUP INITIALIZE NAV SCREENS COORD SYSTEM MAP DATUM ELEV MODE TIME FORMAT NAV UNITS TEMP UNITS...

  • Page 51: Anchor Alarm, Arrival Alarm, Alarms/messages

    CCESSING THE LARM While navigating, you may decide to set an alarm in your MAP 410. Your receiver has five types of alarms: Anchor alarm, which will notify you when your anchored boat has drifted; Arrival alarm, which will notify you when you are within the arrival circle of your destination;...

  • Page 52: Proximity Alarm

    ENTER MARK The alarm will sound when the GPS position is off your set course by the distance you have chosen. The alarm will sound until you turn it off or the condition is corrected. The default setting is OFF.

  • Page 53: Gps Alarm

    GPS A LARM At times, the GPS signals your MAP 410 receives are of poor quality and affect the accuracy of your receiver. This alarm alerts you when your receiver is receiving poor signals and it can be turned ON or OFF. The default setting is OFF.

  • Page 54: Customizing Your Map 410, Setup, Initialization, Enabling/disabling The Nav Screens

    ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight INITIALIZE. ENTER MARK highlight NAV SCREENS. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight ON or OFF. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver MENU COORD SYS MAP DATUM ELEV MODE PROJECTION TRIP RESET WAYPOINTS ENTER ROUTES MARK...

  • Page 55: Coordinate System, Map Datum

    WGS84 (the default setting). From MENU screen. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight MAP DATUM. ENTER MARK Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight COORD SYS. Use UP/DOWN ARROW ENTER KEYS to highlight MARK PRIMARY or SECONDARY.

  • Page 56: Elevation Mode, Time Format, Nav Units

    MARK highlight your choice. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight SETUP. Use UP/DOWN ENTER ARROW KEYS to MARK highlight your choice. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver WPT NAMES ELEVATION WPT NAMES WPT NAMES ENTER MARK ENTER MARK WPT NAMES ELEVATION...

  • Page 57: Temperature Units, North Reference, Light Timer

    TEMP UNITS. North Reference The MAP 410 uses magnetic north as a default reference for all navigation computations. You can change this to true north (good, if you are using a map) or back to magnetic north (default, good to use if you are using a compass) under SETUP.

  • Page 58: Beeper, Personalize, Clearing Memory

    From MENU screen. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight BEEPER. Personalize With the personalize function, you have the option of inputting your name into the MAP 410 receiver. From Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to MENU screen. highlight SETUP. Use UP/DOWN...

  • Page 59: Nmea Setup, Setting Baud Rate

    NMEA Setup Your MAP 410 receiver can be set to output GPS data to interface with your personal computer. You can select from OFF, V1.5 APA, V1.5 XTE and V2.1 GSA. The default setting is OFF. From MENU screen. Use UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS to highlight NMEA.

  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    See Map Datum under Auxiliary Functions for instructions on selecting the map datum in your receiver. Check your LAT/LON format. Make sure that the format selected in COORDINATE SYSTEM (DEG/MIN/SEC or DEG/MIN.MM) is in the same format as the map you are using. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 61: Commonly Asked Questions

    Can I use NiCad batteries in my MAP 410? Yes. However, the battery life of your MAP 410 will be diminished as well as the possibility of an incorrect reading on the battery life gauge with the use of NiCad batteries.

  • Page 62: Contacting Magellan

    Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 5 PM, PST. Faxes can be sent to Customer Service at (909) 394-7070. If necessary, you can also return your unit to Magellan for repair (Please call for assistance first). If possible, please notify us before shipping the unit by Parcel Post or UPS, and include a description of the problem, your name, address and a copy of your sales receipt.

  • Page 63: Coordinate Systems

    Positions are locations that are described in a unique way so that one location cannot be confused with another. This is done by using a coordinate system to describe locations. Your Magellan receiver has the ability to use any one of 12 different coordinates systems; LAT/LON (latitude and...

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    3000 Km 3000 Mi. Scale at the Equator. NOTE: The area described by the UTM coordinate system extends to 84 N and to 80 S. This chart shows the position of Magellan described in both LAT/LON and UTM coordinates. LAT/LON DEG/MIN.MM 34 06.58N...

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    If you select OSGB in the COORD SYS portion of the SETUP MENU, be sure to change the map datum back to the one you will be using (WGS84 is the default) when changing to another coordinate system. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 66: Nmea Data Messages

    NMEA DATA MESSAGES Your GPS receiver can be set to output GPS data in the NMEA 0183 version 1.5 or version 2.1 format to interface with other marine devices or equipment. NMEA DATA MESSAGES. NMEA data is output at 4800 baud, 8, N, 1, checksum off.

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    8-9 Bearing, Magnetic 10-11Distance, naut. miles Waypoint identifier Geographic Position — Latitude/Longitude GLL,1111.11,a,yyyyy.yy,a,hhmmss.ss,A*hh Latitude, N/S Longitude, E/W UTC of position Status Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver 9 10 (A = valid, V = invalid) A = Data valid 9 10 1112...

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    A = perpendicular passed at waypoint Bearing origin to destination, M/T Destination waypoint ID 11-12 Bearing, present position to destination, Magnetic or True 13-14 Heading to steer to destination waypoint, Magnetic or 9 10 11 12 13 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver True...

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    (geoid), “-” = mean sea level below ellipsoid Units of geoidal separation, meters. Age of Differential GPS data - Time in seconds since last SC104 Type 1 or 9 update, null field when DGPS is not used Differential reference station ID, 0000-1023 Geographic Position —...

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    (message number), minimum value 2) A variable number of “PRN-Elevation-Azimuth-SNR” sets are allowed up to a maximum of four sets per message. Null fields are not required for unused sets when less than four sets are transmitted. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

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    Magnetic variation, sense (E or W) CHECKSUM (Mandatory in this sentence) The formats listed are NMEA formats and Magellan receivers may not output all of the information listed for a particular format. A complete copy of the NMEA specifications can be obtained from:...

  • Page 72: Available Datums

    Provisional So. Am. 1956 SAM69 South American 1969 SCHWA Schwarzeck SICIL Sicily SIERR SWISS TANAN Tananarive Observatory 1925 THAI Indian (Thailand, Vietnam) TIMBA Timbalai TOKYO Tokyo USER DEFINED VOIRO WGS72 World Geodetic System 1972 YACAR Yacare ZANDE Zanderij Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 73: Specifications

    Temp. Range Operating: Storage: Power Source: Battery Life: Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver 12-channel technology, tracks up to 12 satellites to compute and update information with detachable quadrifilar antenna. Approximately 15 seconds Approximately 1 minute 49 feet (15 meters) RMS (with Selective Availability turned off) 0.1 knot RMS steady state (with Selective...

  • Page 74: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Accessories for your MAP 410 are available from your Magellan dealer or you can order directly from Magellan using the order card supplied with your receiver or call Magellan at (800) 669-4477. Swivel Mounting Bracket: Mounts the receiver on a dashboard or other surface, allowing for hands-free operation.

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    Differential Beacon Receiver (DBR-3): Connects to your receiver to receive differential corrections for 5-10 meter accuracy. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 76: Glossary

    The datum for the map you are using can be found in the legend of the map. The value or setting automatically chosen by the unit unless otherwise directed. Can be changed in Setup. Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

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    LAT/LON Leg (Route) Longitude Magnetic North NMEA Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver Distance. Distance from position to destination. Estimated Time of Arrival. The estimated time of day the leg’s destination waypoint will be reached. Estimated Time Enroute. The estimated time remaining to reach the next waypoint in a route.

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    Position fix True North A coordinate system describing only Great Britain, similar to UTMs. Used with GRB36 datum. Position coordinates as computed by the MAP 410. Speed Over Ground. The speed at which the receiver is moving. Temperature. The direction to North Pole from an observer’s position.

  • Page 79: Index

    41 simulate mode 42 sun/moon 41 Averaging 13 Backtrack Routes 36 Batteries 3 installing 6 NiCad 53 troubleshooting 52, 53 Baud Rate 51 Bearing 14, 16, 22, 26, 68 Beeper 50 Borders state 17 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

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    NAV screens 46 elevation mode 48 Initializing 46 light timer 49 map datum 47 NAV units 48 north reference 49 personalize 50 setting baud rate 51 Setup 46 time format 48 Data Window 22 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

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    35 Map Datum 47, 64 Map Screen 17 accessing waypoints 25 cartographic legend 17 course projection 19 data window 22 hide/show data 22 map find 24 orientation 19 panning 24 route display 24 scale 24 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 82

    NMEA 51, 58 setup 51 North Reference 49 NorthFinder™ 15 Odometer Reset 27 Operating Modes 9 Personalize 50 Position Fix 9 Position Screen 13 averaging 13 viewing secondary coordinate systems 13 Power Up 11 Primary Usage 9 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 83: Inserting A Leg, Changing A Waypoint In A Route

    Scale 24 Setup 46 Simulate Mode 42 Specifications 65 Speed Average 27 Speed Over Ground (SOG) 14, 16, 22, 70 Speed Screen 26 resetting odometer 27 resetting trip odometer 27 setting speed average 27 Sun/Moon 41 Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 84

    10, 30 saving changes to a waypoint 32 saving waypoint with receiver-generated name 30 saving waypoint with user-created name 30 selecting category 29 sorting 33 user 29 waypoint menu 29 XTE. See Cross Track Error (XTE) Magellan MAP 410 GPS Receiver...

  • Page 85

    This warranty applies only to the original purchaser of this product. In the event of a defect, Magellan Corporation will, at its option, repair or replace the product with no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor. The...

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    If you purchased this product outside of the United States, this limited warranty is governed by the laws of the State of California and shall benefit Magellan Corporation, its successors, and assigns. For further information concerning this limited warranty, please call or write:...

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    960 Overland Court, San Dimas, CA 91773 (909)394-5000 630319 A...

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