User manual GARMIN GPS 92
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] GPS 92
OwnerÕs Manual & Reference
Software Version 2. 01 or above © 1998 GARMIN Corporation, 1200 E. 151st Street, Olathe, KS USA 66062 Tel: 913-397-8200 Fax: 913-397-8282 GARMIN (Europe) LTD, Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, U. K. SO51 9AQ Tel: 011-44-1794-519944 Fax: 011-44-1794-519222 GARMIN (Asia) Corp. , 4th Fl. , No. Tel: 011-886-02-917-3773 Fax: 011-886-02-917-1758 Web Site Address: www. garmin. com All rights reserved. [. . . ] To replace the selected waypoint with a new waypoint, highlight the `Change?' field and press E.
To complete your changes, use the waypoint editing instructions described earlier (see page 26) for creating a route. If you're editing the active route (route 0), copy the new route to an empty route to save it. If you add, delete or change the first or last waypoint of a route, the default comment (first and last waypoint) will automatically be updated after you make the changes. On-Route GOTOs At the beginning of the route section, we mentioned that the GPS 92 will automatically select the route leg closest to your position as the active leg. This will give you steering guidance to the "active to" waypoint of that leg, based on the desired track of the active leg. If you would prefer to navigate directly toward another waypoint in the route, you can perform an "on-route GOTO" right from the active route page. Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the desired route waypoint and press G. Once the GOTO page appears, press E to confirm the on-route GOTO waypoint.
To fly the active route out of sequence (or "skip ahead" to a desired starting point), simply highlight the waypoint you want to navigate to and press GOTO. Select a route edit option from the pop-up on-screen menu.
Once you reach the GOTO waypoint, the GPS 92 will resume navigating the rest of the active route in sequence.
Reference Satellite Status Page
Satellite Status Page
Estimated Position Error Satellite Sky View
Battery Level Indicator
Signal Strength Indicator Bars
Satellites in view but not currently in use (13 and 18) will show a corresponding "hollow" signal strength bar.
The satellite status page displays the status of various receiver functions. This status information helps you understand what the GPS is doing at any given time, and tells you whether or not the receiver has calculated a position fix. The sky view and signal strength bars give you an indication of what satellites are visible to the receiver, whether or not they are being used to calculate a position fix, and the signal strength. The sky view in the center of the page shows a bird'seye view of the position of each satellite relative to the receiver's last known position. The outer circle represents the horizon (north up); the inner circle is 45º above the horizon; and the center point is a position directly overhead. When the receiver is looking for a particular satellite, the corresponding signal strength bar will be blank and the sky view indicator will be displayed as white numbers in a black box (highlighted). Once the receiver has found the satellite, a hollow signal strength bar will appear to indicate that the satellite has been found and the receiver is collecting data from it, and the sky view indicator will display the satellite number in black numbers (not highlighted). As soon as the GPS 92 has collected the necessary data to use the satellite for positioning, the hollow bar will become solid black.
IMPORTANT!NiCad and lithium batteries may not show battery level at full scale due to voltage differences, and will not accurately reflect current condition throughout the scale. Also, the `Battery power is low' message may not accurately reflect current condition.
Reference Receiver Status Receiver status is displayed at the top left of the screen, with the current horizontal accuracy (estimated position error, in feet or meters) at the top right. The status field will show one of the following conditions: Searching-- the receiver is looking for any available satellites in view. AutoLocate-- the receiver is initializing and collecting new almanac data. Acquiring-- the receiver is collecting data from available satellites but has not collected enough data to calculate a 2D fix. 2D Navigation-- at least three satellites with good geometry have been locked onto, and a 2-dimensional position fix (latitude and longitude) is being calculated. [. . . ] Route Waypoint was Deleted--A route waypoint entered does not exist in the database and has been deleted from the route. Searching the Sky--The unit is in searching the sky for almanac data or the unit is in AutoLocate mode. Start Altitude Change--The altitude change entered on the VNAV page is about to begin. Steep Turn Ahead--This message appears approximately one minute prior to a turn that requires a bank angle in excess of 25 degrees in order to stay on course. [. . . ]
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