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PANASONIC CN-DV1800EN Operating Instructions Manual

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CN - DV1800EN
MOVILE NAVIGATION
SYSTEM
MOBILE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM
SYSTEME DE NAVIGATION MOBILE
MOBIEL NAVIGATIESYSTEEM
SISTEMA DI NAVIGAZIONE MOBILE

Operating Instructions

Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d'instruction
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Manuale di istruzioni

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    ENTER MOBILE NAVIGATION SYSTEM NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM SYSTEME DE NAVIGATION MOBILE MOBIEL NAVIGATIESYSTEEM SISTEMA DI NAVIGAZIONE MOBILE CN - DV1800EN MOVILE NAVIGATION SYSTEM Operating Instructions Bedienungsanleitung Manuel d’instruction Gebruiksaanwijzing Manuale di istruzioni ¡Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use. ¡Bitte lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung vor der Verwendung dieses Produktes aufmerksam durch und bewahren Sie sie danach für spätere Nachschlagzwecke sorgfältig auf.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Features..............8 Operating the System While Driving....21 Use This Product Safely ........8 Destination Input and Route Search....22 Introduction............9 Character Input..........22 Precautions ............10 Entering an Address as Destination ....24 Warning.............. 11 Entering an Intersection as Destination..... 27 Caution ..............

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    Detouring.............. 40 System Setup ............ 51 Alternative Route ..........40 System Information..........53 Detour xxkm ............40 Simulation............53 Avoid Streets ............. 41 Demonstration ........... 53 Via Point ............41 Edit Marked Point ..........54 Marked Point ............43 Vehicle Position ..........54 Marking your Current Position ......

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    Kenmerken ..............176 Bediening van het systeem tijdens het rijden ..189 Gebruik dit toestel op een veilige manier....176 Invoeren van de bestemming en zoeken naar een Introductie ..............177 route................ 190 Voorzorgen ..............178 Invoeren van tekens ..........190 Waarschuwing ............

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    Annuleren van een route ........207 Systeem Informatie..........219 Andere routes............208 Informatie Instellingen..........221 Alternatieve route............. 208 Simulatie ..............221 Omeiding met xx km ..........208 Demonstratie ............221 Te Vermijd straten ............ 209 Gemarkeerd Punt Configureren....... 222 Tussenpunt .............. 209 Positie voertung ............

  • Page 6: Class 1 Laser Product

    Accessories and Documentation Label Indications and Their Locations The mobile navigation system comes with the Warnetiketten und deren Anbringungsort accessories shown right. Please make sure that all accessories are included. In the event that a part Indications portées les étiquettes et should be missing, please contact your dealer.

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    ENTER XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Einbauanleitung XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (this manual) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX GPS-Antenne XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VOICE SET UP VOICE SET UP CN-DV1800EN CN-DV1800EN ’ Operating Instructions Instructions d installation Bedienungsanleitung XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX Antenne de GPS XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Installatie-aanwijzingen...

  • Page 8: Features

    Panasonic welcomes you to our ever growing family of electronic product owners. We know that this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment. Our reputation is built on precise electronic and mechanical engineering, and our products are manufactured with carefully selected components and assembled by people who take pride in their work.

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Map Disc This product supports the Navtech DVD-SDAL map disc format only. Panasonic cannot be responsible for accidents resulting from the use of map discs of other formats. If you believe there to be an error in the map data, please report this directly to Navigation Technologies via the ‘driver feedback’...

  • Page 10: Precautions

    No warranty. This Software is provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use it at your own risk. Panasonic and its suppliers and licencers make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising...

  • Page 11: Warning

    This label intends to alert the user to the pres- Warning ence of important operating instructions. Failure to heed the instructions may result in severe injury or death. Warning : DO NOT OPERATE THE SYSTEM NOR LOOK AT THE MONITOR SCREEN WHILE DRIVING. Do not change settings and destination locations while driving the vehicle.

  • Page 12: Preparing The System For Initial Use

    Names and Functions of Remote Control Buttons Infrared Transmitter Direct it at Remote Control Sensor on the Panasonic monitor or the optional infrared receiver. Joystick ENTER Tilting the joystick up, down, to the Press to execute a highlighted right and left item in a menu and apply set- ¡selects a highlighted item within...

  • Page 13: Starting The Mobile Navigation System

    Mobile Navigation System. Map Disc This product supports the Navtech DVD-SDAL map disc for- mat only. Panasonic cannot be responsible for accidents resulting from the use of map discs of other formats. Turn the vehicle's ignition switch to the ON or ACC position.

  • Page 14: System Overview

    System Overview Important Notes: • The map DVD-ROM cannot be inserted or ejected while the igni- tion switch is in the OFF position. • Remember that the battery can run down if the ignition switch is kept in the ON or ACC position for a long time with the engine not running.

  • Page 15: Map Displays

    Map Displays Types of Map Displays Current Position Map Shows the current position of your vehicle on the selected magnification scale. Pressing POS on the Remote Control during route guidance switches to the Guide Mode Map. Guide Mode Map Shows the road on which your vehicle is cur- rently traveling on an enlarged scale.

  • Page 16

    How to Read Map Displays Current Position Map Map orientation Map scale Clock Vehicle position Guide Mode Map Arrow guidance for the next junction Distance to the next turn Destination direction Destination distance Intersection Zoom Map Distance to the the next turn Distance to the turn after the next turn.

  • Page 17

    Changing the Map Orientation You can choose the map displaying way between “North up” and “Head up”. North Up: The geographic north is always up on the map. Head Up: The heading direction is always up on the map. North Up Head Up Press POP UP to open the Pop Up menu.

  • Page 18: Pop Up Menu

    Pop Up Menu All basic operations of the mobile navigation system are accessed from the Pop Up menu shown below. Press POP UP to open the Pop Up menu. Use the joystick to highlight an item in the Pop Up menu, and press ENTER to execute it.

  • Page 19: Wiring Check

    Wiring Check Check that the mobile navigation system is properly wired to the vehicle. Press SET UP to open the [Setup Menu]. On the [Setup Menu], select [System Information] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER On the [Setup Menu - System Information] menu, select [Wiring Check], and press ENTER.

  • Page 20: Automatic Distance Correction Check

    Automatic Distance Correction Check The mobile navigation system calculates and indicates the vehicle position on the map by multiplying the speed pulse emitted by the vehicle with a correction coeffi- cient. The speed pulse emitted varies with the type of vehicle, and differences in tyre pressure and wear.

  • Page 21: Checking Gps Satellite Reception

    When you attempt to operate the system while driving, a warning prohibiting opera- tion is displayed. You can inhibit this message if you wish. Note though that Panasonic cannot be responsible for any resulting accidents. Any operation performed while driving, other than...

  • Page 22: Destination Input And Route Search

    Once you have input your destination, the system will search for the best route for you to reach the destination. Desired destinations can be selected among these 6 categories: • Addresses • Intersections • POI (Point of Interest) categories (hotels, airport, etc.) •...

  • Page 23

    NOTICE If you have problems with selecting street names, please observe the following examples. Street types (such as STRASSE, WEG, RING, etc) cannot be selected. The following examples will help you select your desired street. Street : ANBERG Enter by selecting alpha characters: Press the ENTER key to display list of street.

  • Page 24: Entering An Address As Destination

    Entering an Address as Destination This is how you specify your destination by entering a street name, city name or post code. Entering a Destination by Street Name Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Address] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER.

  • Page 25

    Entering a Destination by City Name Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Address] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [City], and press ENTER. ENTER Enter the name of your destination city (a page 23), and press ENTER.

  • Page 26

    Entering a Destination by Post Code Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Address] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [Post Code], and press ENTER. ENTER Enter the first part of the post code, then a space, fol- lowed by the number from the second part of the post ENTER code (a page 23) –...

  • Page 27: Entering An Intersection As Destination

    Entering an Intersection as Destination The destination will be specified by screening main streets and cross streets based on street and city information. Entering an Intersection by Street Name Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Intersection] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER.

  • Page 28

    Entering an Intersection by City Name Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Intersection] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [City], and press ENTER. ENTER Enter the city name where the Intersection exists, and press ENTER ENTER ENTER.

  • Page 29: Entering A Poi As Destination

    Entering a POI as Destination Glossary of POI Icons LEISURE/REC- PUBLIC FACILI- AUTO SERVICE REATION AUTOMOBILE DEAL- AMUSEMENT PARK CITY HALL ERSHOP PARKING GARAGE BOWLING CENTRE COMMUNITY CENTRE EXHIBITION OR CON- OPEN PARKING AREA CASINO FERENCE CENTRE UNIVERSITY OR COL- PARK &...

  • Page 30

    POI Category plus [Name] Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Point of Interest] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select the desired category, and press ENTER. If you do not know the category of your destination, select ENTER [ALL].

  • Page 31

    POI Category plus [Within City] Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Point of Interest] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select the desired category, and press ENTER. If you do not know the category of your destination, select [ALL]. ENTER ENTER Select [Within City], and press ENTER.

  • Page 32

    POI Category plus [Nearest] This is how you narrow down your search in the selected category within a 10 kilometre radius of your current location. Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Point of Interest] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER.

  • Page 33: Important Note

    MRE (Major Roads of Europe) A route can be set from the current position to other country using Major Roads. Major Roads of Europe: Major Roads of Europe are selected by NAVTECH based on the volume of traf- fic, the importance at local, the connection to major city, and other information. Please understand some of the motorways are not provided.

  • Page 34

    After changing the map to the current country version, set the des- tination by the ordinary method. Note regarding MRE (Major Roads of Europe) When carrying out steps a to c, the effects described in points 1 and 2 might occur.

  • Page 35: Entering A Destination From Your Destination History

    Entering a Destination from Your Destination History Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [History] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. a The [Select History Point] menu ENTER opens with a list of recent destina- tions. Select a destination, and press ENTER.

  • Page 36: Entering A Destination Stored In Your Marked Point

    Entering a Destination Stored in Your Marked Point This is how you specify an address stored in your Marked Point as your destination. For storing addresses in your Marked Point, see page 43. Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Marked Point] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER.

  • Page 37: Selecting A Destination Directly From The Map Display

    Selecting a Destination Directly from the Map Display Press DEST to open the [Select Destination] menu. Select [Map Scroll] by moving the joy- stick, and press ENTER. a A map showing the current position ENTER of your vehicle is displayed. By moving the joystick, move the crosshairs cursor to the desired desti- nation, and press ENTER.

  • Page 38: Voice Guidance

    Voice guidance has the following functions. Intersection Guidance The system vocally announces the distance to an upcoming turn and the turning direction. a This guidance function is automatic (therefore, you do not have to set it) and cannot be disabled. Highway Guidance as Part of Route Guidance When you approach a branching point or junction on a highway, the distance to that...

  • Page 39: Terminating Route Search

    While route search is under way, press POP UP. Select [Stop Calc] by moving the joy- ENTER stick, and press ENTER. a Route search is terminated. A map display allows you to preview a all the way of your route. Press POP UP.

  • Page 40: Detouring

    The system allows you to choose an alternative route to the same desti- nation in one of the following four ways. • Alternative Route • Avoid Streets • Detour xxKm • Via Point Alternative Route A search is made for routes other than that displayed. Up to three routes can be searched for, including the one currently displayed.

  • Page 41: Avoid Streets

    Avoid Streets A search is made for a route that detours specified streets. Press POP UP. Select [Detour] by moving the joystick, ENTER and press ENTER. Select [Avoid Streets], and press ENTER. a The [Choose Streets to Avoid] menu ENTER opens, showing a list of street names.

  • Page 42

    Entering Multiple Via Points Enter the first via point as described for "Entering 1 Via Point". To enter all subsequent ones, proceed as follows. Press POP UP. Select [Detour] by moving the joystick, ENTER and press ENTER. Select [Via Point], then [Add], and press ENTER.

  • Page 43: Marked Point

    You can store up to 100 points you want to remember in your point mem- ory. Each stored point is memorized with its name and icon, and shown on the map. You can rename the marked points and change their icons. Warning: Stop your vehicle before the following operations.

  • Page 44: Changing A Marked Point Icon

    Changing a Marked Point Icon Press SET UP. Select [Edit Marked Point] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [Edit], and press ENTER. a A list of marked points is displayed. ENTER Select the name whose icon you want to change, and press ENTER.

  • Page 45: Renaming A Marked Point

    Renaming a Marked Point Press SET UP. Select [Edit Marked Point] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [Edit], and press ENTER. a A list of marked points is displayed. ENTER Select the point you want to rename, and press ENTER.

  • Page 46: Deleting A Marked Point

    Deleting a Marked Point Press SET UP. Select [Edit Marked Point] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER. ENTER Select [Edit], and press ENTER. a A list of marked points is displayed. ENTER Select the point you want to delete, and press ENTER.

  • Page 47: Setup Menu

    From the Setup Menu, you can set the basic functions of the mobile navi- gation system to suit your preferences. Basic Setup Menu Operations This is how you perform basic operations on the Setup Menu. Press SET UP. From the menus listed on the [Setup ENTER Menu], select the menu you want to set by moving the joystick and press...

  • Page 48: Map

    Here you can set your preferences for the map displays. Display mode Lets you choose a screen color between day- time version and nighttime driving version. • [Day]: Screen color suited to daytime driving • [Night]: Screen color suited to nighttime driving •...

  • Page 49: Route

    Vehicle Position This lets you specify display current vehicle position indicator displayed in the center or at the bottom of the screen. • [Centre]: Current vehicle position indicator dis- played in the center of the screen • [Off Ctr]: Current vehicle position indicator dis- played at the bottom of the screen (When the Head Up).

  • Page 50: Route

    Route Here you can set your preferences for route search. Guidance Without Route This lets you to have voice guidance automatically activated as your vehicle approaches any of the following two types of places. Select [Guidance Without Route] by moving the joystick, and press ENTER.

  • Page 51: System Setup

    System Setup Here you can set your system preferences. Volume Control This lets you set the sound volume for voice guidance. The volume can be adjusted in five steps. Default : 2 Beep This lets you enable the beep produced when operating the buttons on the remote control.

  • Page 52: Map Area

    Meter/Mile Switch This lets you choose to have distances shown in meters or miles. [Metric]: Meters [Imperial]: Mile Default : Metric DST (Summer Time) This lets you activate daylight saving time. • [On]: Daylight saving time applied. • [Off]: Daylight saving time not applied. Default : On Screen Position This lets you adjust the display position on the...

  • Page 53: System Information

    System Information Here you can check the wiring of the mobile navigation system, GPS reception, and the software version. Wiring check This lets you check whether the mobile navi- gation system is properly wired to the vehicle. This lets you check the reception status of GPS signals.

  • Page 54: Edit Marked Point

    Edit Marked Point Edit Here you can edit previously marked points by making the changes listed below. For operating procedures and detailed descriptions, see the referenced pages. • Renaming a Marked Point (a page 45) • Changing a Marked Point Icon (a page 44) •...

  • Page 55: Gps

    GPS is a position detecting system utilizing the signals from GPS satellites deployed by the U.S. Department of Defence. The Mobile Navigation System uses input from three or more satellites and calculates the vehicle position based on the principle of triangulation. The positioning accuracy of the system corresponds to the error display of the GPS of about 30 to 200 meters.

  • Page 56: Intelligent Map Matching

    Intelligent map matching addresses the following problems to achieve high accuracy in vehicle positioning. Position Correction for Elevated Roads Position accuracy is improved by detecting whether the vehicle is running on or under an elevated road. Position Correction for Parking Garages Position accuracy is improved by detecting whether the vehicle is driving in an elevated or underground parking garage.

  • Page 57: Route Search

    Although you may encounter the following problems in route search, there is nothing wrong with the system. The guide map may show roads not It may also show roads passable due to closure out of use due to the in winter or other opening of a new road reasons.

  • Page 58: Route Guide

    Although you may encounter the following problems in route search, there is nothing wrong with the system. Left turn ahead For certain shapes of intersection, the For certain shapes of intersection, you may upcoming turn or the name of the intersec- be prompted to turn right or left when you tion may not be announced.

  • Page 59: Troubleshooting

    There may be some problems due to operational errors or mistakes. Please read this manual again and verify that there really is a problem before calling a service person to ask for repair services. Problem Possible Cause Probable Solution Nothing shown on the mon- Display is not switched on.

  • Page 60: Gps

    Problem Possible Cause Probable Solution The vehicle position is not Distance compensation is Check if distance compen- correctly shown while trav- incomplete. sation has been completed. eling. (See page 20.) Vehicle speed pulses are Read the manual and not correctly connected. check the connection.

  • Page 61

    What to do with these messages The following messages will appear in some cases. Take proper action in accordance with the list. Error Message When Action Route Calculation failed Change your destination and route, and repeat route search. Cannot Read Disc Map disc was inserted Insert the specified map upside down.

  • Page 62

    The playback mechanism is seriously damaged. DVD deck error Eject the disc and contact your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center. Symptom Probable solution / explanation No picture. • Ensure that the unit is connected properly.

  • Page 63: Specifications

    General Power Supply : DC12V (Test Voltage14.4V), Negative ground Current Consumption : Less than 2.5A Dimensions : 178(W) x 50(H) x 170(D) mm Weight : 2.0kg Reception Frequency : 1575.42MHz Reception Sensitivity : –130dBm Reception Method : Parallel 8 channels Receiving Code : C/A Code Channel System...

  • Page 64: Merkmale

    Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan YEFM283704 B1200-0 Printed in Japan...

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