They even include points of interest, such as hotels, parks, and airports. In addition, the Delphi NAV200 can play audio (mp3 or wav) files and video (avi) files as well as display pictures options in your vehicle.
Caution: To avoid overheating of the unit, do not leave Delphi NAV200 on the dash or windshield while your vehicle is unattended, especially in strong sunlight. Do not use or handle Delphi NAV200 while it is hot. Let it cool away from heat sources before handling it.
Blocking a Route Section ………………………………61 Section 9 Traffic Message Channel (TMC) …………………………63 Must have external TMC antenna (optional accessory) and software upgrade. For further information please contact Delphi Customer Service. Initializing the TMC Receiver and TMC Status Using TMC ……………………………………………….64 TMC Traffic Information Symbols...
Delphi NAV200 helps guide you to your destination. For best results when using Delphi NAV200: • When the Delphi NAV200 is connected to power for the first time, leave it connected for about two hours to charge the battery.
Warning: This device contains a non-replaceable lithium-ion internal battery that can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. To avoid risk of fire or explosion, do not attempt to replace the Delphi NAV200 battery. The Delphi NAV200 battery is not user-replaceable.
Delphi NAV200 Section 2 Unpacking The Delphi NAV200 Here’s what you should find in the Delphi NAV200 package: 1. The Delphi NAV200 unit with integrated GPS receiver 2. United States and Canada maps on SD card 3. Windshield mount with suction cup and dashboard mount.
- Adobe Acrobat Reader software - Copy of United States and Canada map files, that can be preloaded to an SD card if original becomes lost or damaged. • Customer Service Card – “Your Direct Line to Delphi for NAV200 Support.” Delphi NAV200...
(avi), images (jpg, gif, png) and/or audio (mp3, wav) files. An SD card can be plugged into the slot in the Delphi NAV200 and can be purchased with various memory capacities. An SD card with 256 megabytes of memory or more can be used in the Delphi NAV200.
Do not attempt to install Delphi NAV200 while driving. Before installing the Delphi NAV200, check whether your vehicle is fitted with a heat-reflecting or heated windshield. If so, you will need to purchase an external antenna from your retailer to allow your unit to pick up the GPS signals.
Delphi NAV200 Section 4 Features and Controls Warning: For your safety, program the Delphi NAV200 and enter information about your destination BEFORE you start your journey. Do not operate Delphi NAV200 while driving. NAV200 Receiver Controls...
Delphi NAV200 while driving. Powering Up Power on Power off Note: The Delphi NAV200 will continue to charge if connected to a 12V power jack even when powered down. Enter screen saving mode Press the Power button located on the lower left side for at least one second.
Delphi NAV200 Inserting a SD Card Delphi NAV200 has a slot for Secure Digital (SD) cards located in the bottom. Delphi NAV200 will accept SD cards containing digital maps or other data, such as audio (mp3) files, movie (avi) files, or image (jpg) files.
Delphi NAV200 Home Screen The main menu offers eight options, each of which are detailed in the sections that follow: At any time you can return to this menu by pushing the Main Menu button or by closing the current mode (accomplished by tapping the “x” in the upper right...
BEFORE you start your journey. Do not operate Delphi NAV200 while driving. Park the vehicle first. DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW.
Delphi NAV200 Using the Keyboard The Delphi NAV200 lets you enter addressee information with the character keyboard. Use your finger or the stylus to enter letters by tapping the appropriate letter. All letters are upper case in the Delphi NAV200.
Delphi NAV200 As soon as you have entered a special character, the standard letter keyboard reappears. Note: It is not necessary to enter special characters, but it may be helpful in entering names for saved destinations and itineraries. Note: You can also move the cursor anywhere on the screen by simply tapping...
Main Screen: Tap this icon to open the Main Screen. In addition, you will see one of three GPS symbols in the upper right corner: No GPS: A GPS receiver is not connected or the power supply is interrupted. No Signal: A GPS receiver is connected, but no signal is being...
Tap Save current position to add the current address to your Favorites. Tap Close window to exit. There are three types of command buttons in the Delphi NAV200: 1. Command buttons with a defined functionality: These buttons are designed to execute a function, e.g., Save, OK, Cancel, Show Map, Navigation, etc.
Delphi NAV200 3. Buttons to enter data: These are actually entry fields, like City or Zip, Street, Category, etc. When you tap an entry field, another screen with a keyboard, list, or both will appear. The entry must be confirmed by tapping another button (normally OK or Save) before the current screen closes.
In this case, it should take only about 10 minutes. Selecting User Mode The Delphi NAV200 can be operated in two different user modes for navigation: 1. Standard: Standard mode is recommended for most users. 2. Extended: Extended mode offers additional features that enhance the functionality of Delphi NAV200.
Delphi NAV200 To change the mode, follow these steps: 1. In the Main Menu, tap Settings. The Settings screen appears: 2. The User mode entry should be at the top of the list. If not, tap the icon until it is selected.
Tap the Home icon to navigate to your home address. Tap the Map icon to show the current map. Tap the Settings icon to modify the settings of Delphi NAV200. Tap the Exit icon to quit. Tap the Saved destinations icon to navigate to a favorite address.
Tap the Home icon to navigate to your home address. Tap the Change Map icon to select another map from the SD card. Tap the Settings icon to modify the settings of Delphi NAV200. Tap the Exit icon to quit.
1. (Extended Mode) In the Main Menu, tap Destination screen appears: Tap the State (or Region or Province) entry field and select the appropriate entry. 2. On the Destination screen, tap Enter Address. The Address screen appears: Delphi NAV200 . The . The...
Alternatively, tap the Intersection entry field and enter a cross street. You will be directed to this intersection. Selecting a Point of Interest Points of Interest (POI) are stored in the Delphi NAV200 database and include ports, airports, restaurants, hotels, gas stations, public buildings, and more.
Delphi NAV200 The POI Nearby screen appears: Tap the Radius entry field to select a radius around your current position where you want to search for points of interest. 2. Tap the Category entry field (optional) to select a type of POI to search for.
Delphi NAV200 1. (Extended Mode) In the Main Menu, tap . The Destination screen appears: Tap Point of interest to view the Point of Interest screen: Tap …in a browsed city. The POI in a city screen appears: Tap the City or ZIP entry field to enter a location where you want to...
Delphi NAV200 2. Tap the Category entry field (optional) to select a type of POI to search for. Only POI within the selected city will be listed. 3. Tap the Subcategory entry field (optional) to refine your search 4. Tap the Point of interest entry field to select a specific POI.
Delphi NAV200 Selecting Destinations on the Map (Extended Mode Only) The Delphi NAV200 allows you to indicate a destination directly on the map. In addition to selecting cities and streets, you may also select points of interest quickly. To select a destination on the map, follow these steps:...
The Delphi NAV200 then displays information about your selection, along with several options: Select from the following options: Start navigation to your selected destination. [!] Caution: Using this function while you are already navigating deletes all current destinations, including stopovers.
Delphi NAV200 Add the selection to your itinerary. The selected point will be marked by a small flag. It will also be added to the list of route points on the Route Planning screen, where it will be labeled as your destination point. Note: Using this function while you are already navigating causes an immediate recalculation of your route.
Select from the following options: Start navigation to your selected destination. [!] Caution: Using this function while you are already navigating deletes all current destinations, including stopovers. View the selection on the map. Save the destination in Saved Destinations. Delphi NAV200...
Delphi NAV200 Recent Destinations The Delphi NAV200 remembers recently selected destinations. On this screen, you can select destinations for navigation, add destinations to Favorites, and delete destinations. To use Recent Destinations, follow these steps: 1. (Standard Mode) In the Main Menu, tap 1.
If you have stored your home address, you may quickly begin navigation home from any location by tapping the route is calculated based on your settings in Routing Options. Delphi NAV200 icon on the Main Menu. The...
Delphi NAV200 Destination Management The Delphi NAV200 stores destinations in two locations: Favorites and Recent Destinations. Saving a Destination 1. After you have entered or selected a destination, you can save it to Favorites by tapping If you have opened the Recent Destinations list, tap the 2.
5. Tap . The destination has now been renamed. Deleting a Destination The Delphi NAV200 allows you to delete a destination from either the Favorites or Recent Destinations list by following these steps: 1. Select the entry to be deleted.
. The destination has now been deleted. Route Planning (Itineraries with Stopovers) (Extended Mode Only) The Delphi NAV200 allows you to plan itineraries even when not receiving a GPS signal. These itineraries can then be stored for later use. Indicating Route Points 1.
Delphi NAV200 Editing, Saving, and Managing Itineraries The Delphi NAV200 allows you to save multiple itineraries for later use. At any time, you can add route points, modify the order of route points, or display the itinerary on the map.
Load itinerary: Load a saved itinerary. The Select Itinerary screen appears: Select the desired itinerary and tap Rename itinerary: Rename a saved itinerary. The Select Itinerary screen appears: Select the desired itinerary and tap screen appears: Delphi NAV200 . The Name of the Itinerary...
Delphi NAV200 Enter the new name of the itinerary and tap screen reappears. The itinerary has been renamed. to load the renamed itinerary or Planning screen without loading an itinerary. Delete itinerary: Delete an itinerary. The Select Itinerary screen appears: .
Note: The standard settings for the route options may be changed on the Route Options screen. For detailed information on changing the standard settings refer also to “Configuring The Delphi NAV200.” 3. Tap Calculate route. The route is being calculated. A message window...
Delphi NAV200 When the route is calculated, the total distance and the estimated time from the first to the last route point are displayed below the route points list of the Route Planning screen. The distance and estimated time of each stage will also be indicated with the selected route point entry.
Delphi NAV200 Simulating the Route The Delphi NAV200 allows you to execute a simulated navigation along the itinerary when the route has been calculated. Note: GPS signal reception is not necessary for a simulation. Note: Simulations are restricted to a maximum of 60 miles.
“Configuring The Delphi NAV200.” Note: The standard settings for the route options may be changed on the Route Options screen. For detailed information on changing the standard settings refer also to “Configuring The Delphi NAV200.” Delphi NAV200 options icon.
Working With the Map Selecting a Map The Delphi NAV200 allows you to insert SD cards containing additional maps. If more than one map exists on the inserted card, select which one you wish to use by following these steps: 1.
Delphi NAV200 On the Map screen, you have several control options: Tap on map: A quick tap accesses the Additional Functions screen, where you can make adjustments. Tapping and holding on the map brings up information about the selected point.
The route will be recalculated and the newly added route point will be the next destination. Route options: Modify route options Next destination: Skip the next stopover. The system recalculates your route to the next route point on the list. Delphi NAV200...
Delphi NAV200 Representation of the Map in Navigation Mode The following fields containing useful information are displayed in Navigation mode: Field 1: If there are two turns coming quickly after each other, the small upper arrow field indicates the second upcoming turn.
Displaying Additional Information on the Map. The Delphi NAV200 allows you to determine which information is to be displayed on the map. Modifying any configuration begins on the Settings screen. 1. Open the Settings screen by tapping the Settings button on the Main screen...
Delphi NAV200 7. Tap the command buttons to display (On) or not (Off) the respective information on the map. The desired information on the route (upper section) and on the current stage (lower section) will be displayed at the right hand side of the map.
Configuring the Delphi NAV200 The Delphi NAV200 allows you to adjust what informational items are displayed on the screen. These options are accessed through the Settings menu: Whenever a change is made to any of these options, tap modifications. Routing options: Adjust preferred travel options Time zone: Change current time zone.
Delphi NAV200 Auto Mode: Adjust view for 2D or 3D preferences. Itinerary: Turn ON or OFF proceeding automatically to next destination. Hands-free Options: Turn ON or OFF connection to radio auto mute. Product Information: Display of product information only.
Adding a Route Point During Navigation (Extended Mode Only) The Delphi NAV200 allows you to add a new route point to your itinerary at any time. Your route will be recalculated in order to make the new route point the next destination.
Delphi NAV200 and subscriber services. Once you have activated TMC per the adapter kit’s instructions, use the information in this section to take advantage of the features of TMC on the Delphi NAV200. Initializing the TMC Receiver and TMC Status Initialization of TMC begins as soon as GPS signals are received.
Delphi NAV200 Using TMC TMC provides the Delphi NAV200 with the latest traffic information to allow routes to be recalculated around traffic jams and other obstructions. If TMC is activated you may display the traffic information on screen. Note: The number of current messages is indicated by the number beneath the icon.
Additional information (sports events, parking, etc.) Factoring TMC Into Navigation You can configure the Delphi NAV200 to take TMC information into account when calculating a route by using the Settings feature. If you have configured automatic modification, the following message appears...
Delphi NAV200 If you have configured TMC with confirmation, the following screen will inform you of a reported obstacle on your route: Tap the Evade icon to recalculate your route around the obstacle. Tap the Ignore icon to continue on the current route.
In Hold station mode, the current station is maintained. In Frequency input mode, you can directly enter a station’s frequency. Use the arrow keys to modify the frequency in steps of 0.1 MHz. to save your setting and close the TMC screen. Delphi NAV200...
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW. The Delphi NAV200 can playback audio files saved in mp3, and wav format on an SD card. (Adding music, movies or pictures requires a higher capacity SD card not included and the ability to download MP3 files from a computer. An SD card reader may be required if your computer is not equipped with an SD card slot.)
If all files are damaged, a popup screen opens and all audio playback stops. Pause: Playback stops temporarily. Current status is displayed as “Pause.” The Play button is deactivated and the Pause button activated. The playback indicator on the playback bar stops moving. Delphi NAV200...
Delphi NAV200 Stop: Playback stops. Current status is displayed as “Stop.” Current playing time is displayed as “00:00:00.” If Previous or Next is selected during stop, only the file name moves; playback remains stopped. Repeat: Default is All Repeat mode. Tapping this option cycles through “All Repeat >...
Delphi NAV200 Previous/Next: Tap the arrows or press the +/- buttons to select the next or previous audio file in the list. If the file is damaged, Delphi NAV200 automatically skips to the next available file. List: Displays the play list screen. The file currently being played is highlighted.
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW. The Delphi NAV200 can playback video files saved in avi format on an SD card. (Adding movies requires a higher capacity SD card not included and the ability to download avi files from a computer.
Press Play to play the highlighted file, or tap Cancel to return to the previous screen. Mute: Mutes all volume. Press again to turn sound on again. (Note: Mute button is located in upper left corner of movie display screen.) Delphi NAV200...
WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW. The Delphi NAV200 allows you to view images saved in gif, jpg or png format on an SD card on the display screen. (Adding pictures requires a higher capacity SD card not included and the ability to download gif, jpg, or png files from a computer.
Menu options on the control bar include: Previous: Views the previous image. Next: Views the next image. Note: If a file is damaged, Delphi NAV200 automatically skips to the next available image. Full size: Expands the image to full screen.
THE LAW. The Delphi NAV200 offers the classic game of Othello. NAV200 is the black player; the user is white. To play, tap twice on the square where you wish to place your disc. The object of the game is to have the majority of your color discs on the board at the end of the game.
Delphi NAV200 Section 15 World Clock Mode Delphi NAV200 allows you to check the current time of any city in the world. When the World Clock mode is entered, the screen displays the time in the city where you currently are located.
GPS signal reception. 4. The first time you use Delphi NAV200, it may take several minutes to get the first GPS fix. The unit self-calibrates and locates the satellites. The information it discovers this time is stored in memory so from that point on, it should take less than 40 minutes to get a fix.
Delphi NAV200 FCC Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a normal installation.
Delphi (“Products”) to be free of defects in material and workmanship, subject to the following conditions. The duration of Delphi’s warranty with respect to the Delphi NAV200 is limited to one (1) year from the date of sale to the original consumer purchaser.
So the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights that may vary from state to state. NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED BY DELPHI TO MODIFY OR ADD TO THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.