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Dell NAVTEQ on Board BT-332 User Manual

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Bluetooth GPS Receiver
Ver 1.0



Summary of Contents for Dell NAVTEQ on Board BT-332

  • Page 1 User Manual Bluetooth GPS Receiver BT-332 Ver 1.0...
  • Page 2 1. BT-332 at a glance 1.1 Appearance and Function Power LED GPS Status LED Bluetooth Status LED Power Button Power Jack 1.2 How to change battery Figure 1, Open the cover of battery...
  • Page 3 Figure 2, Take out the battery with pull tag Figure 3, Put new battery into BT-332...
  • Page 4 Figure 4, Fit battery into BT-332 Figure 5, Slide the cover of battery to close Figure 6, Slide the cover of battery to close...
  • Page 5 1.3 Accessories BT-332 Car charge adapter 2. Introduction The BT-332 is a GPS receiver with Bluetooth interface and built-in active antenna for high sensitivity to tracking signal. Based on the SiRF star III Low power chip set and supports all functions (Single Sat updates in reduced visibility, Superior urban canyon performance, FoliageLock for weak signal tracking, etc.).
  • Page 6 2.2 Power Switch Power on: Press the power button 1 second until the GPS status LED is on. Power off: Press the power button 1 second until the GPS status LED is off. 2.3 Power Jack The power jack lets you to connect either a DC car power charger (included) or AC power charger (included) to recharge the internal battery.
  • Page 7: Specification

    3. Specification 3.1 System Specification Electrical Characteristics (Receiver) Frequency L1, 1575.42 MHz C/A Code 1.023 MHz chip rate Channels 20 all-in-view tracking Tracking Sensitivity -159 dBm Accuracy Position Horizontal 10m 2D RMS (SA off) WAAS enabled 5m 2D RMS (SA off) Time 1 micro-second synchronized to GPS time Velocity...
  • Page 8 3.2 Bluetooth Specification ● Bluetooth V2.0 Compliant ● Supply Voltage : 2.8V ~ 3.3V ● Frequency Range : 2.402 ~ 2.480 GHz ● Receiver Sensitivity : -80 dBm ● Transmit Power : Class 2 ● Transmitting Range : 10 m (Depends on environment) ●...
  • Page 9: How To Test Your Bluetooth Gps Receiver

    (1) Turn on the power switch in BT-332. (2) Please refer to the user manual of Bluetooth device to enable it connects to the BT-332. Some Bluetooth devices may need the Bluetooth passkey, the passkey is “0000”. (3) Check the number of COM port used by Bluetooth. (Example COM 6). (4) Running the suitable mapping/navigation software and select the correct COM port &...
  • Page 10: Troubleshooting

    6. Trouble shooting Bluetooth is unable to connect A) Check if the GPS Bluetooth indicator is flashing normally. That is, flash one per each three second means the product is under standby mode; flash once per second means Bluetooth has been online already. B) Check if energy level is sufficient.
  • Page 11 GPS cannot be positioned A) Check if GPS indicator operates normally or not. If the indicator is constantly lid up, it means that GPS is in operation; if the indicator is flashing, it means GPS is positioned already. B) If GPS cannot be positioned for long, apply GPS info software to make a Cold Start first, and then move to an open space performing the positioning task.
  • Page 12 Appendix A: Connect bluetooth GPS receiver with Windows Mobile Version 5 Pocket PC 1. Tap on the bluetooth button on 3. Check “Turn on Bluetooth”. right lower corner. 2. Turn on your Bluetooth GPS receiver. 4. Tap the “Devices” tab, and tap 5.
  • Page 13 7. Enter Passkey “0000” and tap 8. Check “Serial Port” and tap Next. Finish. 10. Tap the “COM Ports” tab, and 9. The device will be shown on select “New Outgoing Port”. the list.
  • Page 14 11. Select the device and tap 12. Uncheck “Secure Connection” Next. and from the drop down box select a COM port nubmer (for example, COM7), and then tap Finish. 13. The device with it’s COM port 14. Now you can go to GPSinfo number will be shown on the program, set the correct COM list.
  • Page 15 FCC Notices Federal Communication Commission Interference 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 residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.