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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Welcome 2. Important Safety Information 2. Installation Instructions 3. GPS Packing List 4. Product Description 5. Product Specifications 6. Rearview Mirror GPS Appearance and Function Description 7. Quick Guide 8. Using SD/MM Card 9. Start to Navigate 10.
  • Page 3: Welcome

    SD cards or make any adjustments to the system. System adjustments can be safely accomplished when the vehicle is in park. Enjoy your Vizualogic Rear view mirror with Gps but remember the safety of all passengers is the number one priority.
  • Page 4: Gps Packing List

    GPS Packing List Quantity Components Mirror with GPS Navigation Cable with a filter Power Cable User's Manual Car Charger(optional) Bracket(optional)
  • Page 5: Product Description

    Product Description 4.3 Inch color TFT High Brightness Display Screen at 320 x 240 resolution 1.5W Built in Hi Fi Speaker Button + Touch Panel Operation Built in High Sensitive GPS Reception Module Built in GPS Receiving Antenna Supports Backup Camera Input Supports Data Storage SD/MMC Card or Built in Flash Music Playback in Mp3, Wav and MIDI Formats Video Playback in ASF, AVI, MP4, WMV Formats...
  • Page 6: Product Specifications

    Product Specifications Environment Parameters Size 30*8.5*3cm Working Temperature 10°C ~ +55°C Storage Temperature 20°C ~+85°C Working Humidity 45%~80%RH Storage Humidity 30%~90%RH System Parameters Main Frequency 400MHZ/533MHZ(optional) Main Chip Type SAMSUNG S3C2443 Memory 64MB 4G(option) Expansion Card 128MB~8GB Navigation Software SD card or Flash(optional) Storage Medium Operating System WINCE 5.0 NET...
  • Page 7 GPS Hardware Parameters Frequency 1.575GHZ C/A Code 1.023 MHZ Chip Rate Channel Number 20 Channels Tracking Sensitivity 150dBm Positioning Sensitivity 10m, 2D RMS 5m, 3D RMS, WAAS enabled Speed Rate 0.1m/s Data Update Rate Recapture Time 0.1s on Average Hot Startup Time Less than 3s Warm Startup Time 40s on Average...
  • Page 8: Rearview Mirror Gps Appearance And Function Description

    Rearview Mirror GPS Appearance and Function Description 3 44 3 44...
  • Page 9 Name Description Mirror Standard Mirror or Auto Dimming Mirror Video Input#2 Switch from Video mode to GPS mode Press and hold to turn on/off the device Mute or Turns On/Off Auto dimming Functions Video Input #1 Bluetooth Microphone Touch Screen 4.3 inch touch screen SD Card Slot Supports up to 8GB SD card...
  • Page 10: Quick Guide

    Quick Guide 4.1 Power On/Off There are two ways to turn on/off the device 1) The device will turn on automatically as soon as you start your engine. It will also turn off automatically as soon as you turn off the vehicle. 2) Press and hold the Power Button for more than 1 second, to turn the device on.
  • Page 11: Using Sd/Mm Card

    Using SD/MMC Card The device has a SD/MMC card slot which can be used for multimedia photos and music. To use the SD/MMC card, insert a SD/MMC card into the slot of the device. With the connector pointing to the slot and it's label facing the front of the device.
  • Page 12: Detailed Instructions

    Detailed Instructions 1. Bluetooth: Bluetooth is a wireless technology for creating personal networks operating in the 2.4 GHz band, with a range of 10 meters that enables portable electronic devices, including mobile phones, PDA, wireless headphones, and notebook PC etc, to connect and communicate wirelessly. It's available bandwidth is 1Mhz , analogous to the IEEE 802.11 standard.
  • Page 13 Bluetooth ON: Choose to choose if you want the Bluetooth to remain connected. Auto Answer: Choose to choose if you want the Bluetooth device to answer all incoming calls automatically. Pairing code: Enter a 1 8 digit code for pairing your phone, after you enter the code you should get a prompt on your mobile phone display to enter the pairing code.
  • Page 14 4) Follow the instructions on your cell phone for pairing to the device. When searching for a Bluetooth device, the name will appear as GPS. The default PIN code is 1234. Once the pair match is successful the Bluetooth functions on both GPS and cell phone will be turned on as shown below.
  • Page 15 6) Checking the pairing records: click (Pairing Devices) on the Bluetooth menu to check the pairing devices look on the display to see what devices have been paired. When the cell phone has connected to the device, the" " will light up red and is lit up grey 5.
  • Page 16 The call log is from the cell phone, so some data can not be displayed because of incompatibility of some mobile phones. 2) Answering the call through the Bluetooth: After successfully pairing your mobile phone, when there is a incoming call, the system will display the phones number automatically and play the ring tone of the mobile phone.
  • Page 17: Calculator

    Calculator 6. Assistant: Introduction: The Assistant tab is for the Calculator application. 1) After you press the Assistant tab you will get the Calculator Tab as shown in the picture below. 2) Press the Calculator tab and you will get the built in calculator as shown below. 3) To exit the Calculator press the tab on the interface until you get back to the main display.
  • Page 18 7. Amusement: On the primary menu, touch the Amusement Icon to access your multimedia. Amusement tab Amusement tab 1) Touch the Music Icon to access your music on your SD card. 2) Next you will see the music folder as shown below...
  • Page 19: Music Interface

    Music Interface Button Icon Description Icon Button Name Description Name Play Play the Music Stop Stop Playing Play the songs at Last song Choose last song Random random Next song Choose next song Play Repeat Repeat the Songs Mute Mutes the sound Play list Music play list Return to the last...
  • Page 20: Adding Music

    Adding Music 1) When there is no audio file in the play list, the system will go to the content on the NAND Flash or SD Card, and then you can add the music Find the music file to add music: Click the names of the music files, then you can add the music successfully, and then enter the play list: Move the music file list up and down...
  • Page 21: Video Interface

    Video Interface Button Icon Description Icon Button Name Description Name Play Play the Music Stop Stop playing video View video in full Pause Pause playing Full Screen screen Decrease videos in the Rewind Choose the last video Decrease video playlist Fast Choose the next Delete all videos in...
  • Page 22 3) After adding the video documentaries, then Click the " " to play the video. 4) Click the " ", slide the volume strip" " to adjust the volume.
  • Page 23: Photo Interface

    Photo Interface 1) On the entertainment menu, tap " " then you enter the photo viewing: 2) Adding pictures: Click " " to enter the picture list and click " " to add pictures ( the detailed operation can refer to that of adding songs): Move the photo file list up and down Icon...
  • Page 24: Flash Interface

    Flash Interface 1) On the entertainment menu, tap " " then you enter Flash player. 2) Adding the Flash files: Click " " to enter the flash file list, Click " " to add flash files (the detailed operation can refer to that of adding songs): Icon Button Description...
  • Page 25: Device Settings

    Device Settings Click " " on the main menu, then you enter the settings interface, Return to main menu Next page FM Setup 1) On the settings interface, tap " " ,then you enter the FM interface: 2) Click " "...
  • Page 26: Time Setup

    Time Setup 1) Click " " to enter on the settings menu, then you enter the time settings 2) Date form: year month day, Click " " or " " to adjust the right date 3) Default time form is 24 hours, Click " "...
  • Page 27: Volume Adjustment

    Volume Adjustment 1) Click " " on the settings sub menu, then you enter the volume page. You can set the system volume and choose to enable key tones or not. 2) Slide the volume strip " " to set the system volume. 3) Choose "...
  • Page 28: System Information

    System Information Click" " on the settings menu to display the content of the next page, then Click " " to enter the system menu System Information: Id: GPS body number Ver.: Software version number Ram: It refers to internal caches. And the available capacity/ Total capacity =28.52MB/64.00MB Flash: It refers to internal Flash memory, available capacity/...
  • Page 29: 11. Faq

    11. FAQ What role does the electrical map play in the navigation system? The electrical map is an application that integrates map data and navigation software, and the navigation action is implemented with the help of the software and the navigation system. How long will it take for the positioning to be completed after turning on? The navigation system should meet the requirements of getting position parameters with 60 seconds.