User manual BLAUPUNKT TRAVEL PILOT RGS05 GB

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[. . . ] Fitting instructions GB Page 21 - 39 TravelPilot RGS 05 5" TFT Display 8 622 401 120 7 612 001 219 GB Safety instructions Installation and connection regulations While installing and mounting this equipment, you must disconnect the negative terminal of the battery. Important: You must also comply with all safety instructions given by the auto manufacturer (alarm system, vehicle immobilizer, airbag)!Before drilling holes for mounting the equipment or laying the wiring, make sure that no existing wiring or auto parts (such as the petrol tank, fuel line) will be damaged. In order to avoid any interference, lay all wiring far enough away from the wire harnesses. [. . . ] Do not piece the magnetic strip together and cut it only at the marked points (maximum gap between the beginning and end point, one field = 1 inch = 25, 3995 mm). Align the wheel sensors in keeping with the installation tolerances, Fig. Lay the sensor wires into the interior of the vehicle (use any existing bushings or drill new holes) and lay them to the navigation unit. Loudspeaker Install the loudspeaker for the voice directions in the foot area of the vehicle so that it is possible to understand the voice instructions clearly. Connecting the sensors for the navigation unit Lay the connecting wires for the precision resistor, the wheel sensors, the loudspeaker and the magnetic field sensor to the navigation unit and connect them to the compact plugs, Fig. 11. Display Safety notes The monitor's ball-and-socket joint must neither be oiled nor treated with grease. Roue the monitor cable providing sufficient strain relief. Positive/negative connection, fig. 12 Directly connect the negative line (brown) with the negative lead of the navigation computer (same ground potential). Then hook up the positive line (pin 15 switched +12 V red) directly to the positive lead (switched +12 V red) of the navigation computer. The lighting connector (orange) can be attached to pin 58d of the vehicle, as desired by the customer. Please refer to the information provided by the vehicle manufacturer. GPS receiver Mounting the antenna Important information: Mount the antenna on a metal roof only. It is not permissible to mount the antenna on synthetic roofs or aluminium. When mounted on a roof (held only by a magnet), the antenna must not be exposed to temperatures lying outside a range of 20° C to +80° C. It is not permissible to mount the antenna on roofs covered with leather or synthetic material. Use protective sheathing to protect the antenna wire from being pinched. The adhering surface of the antenna must be free of dirt, snow, ice, etc. If the antenna is painted with the same colour as the vehicle, especially paints containing a high percentage of metal, this may adversely affect the reception. There is no guarantee that the antenna will operate properly after it has been painted. Mounting the display Fig. 13 The display is mounted onto the dashboard or console using the attached ball joint holder. 14 The display is directly mounted on a console (telephone console) with the ball-and-socket base. 15 The display is mounted with the goose neck 7 612 001 204 and the ball-and-socket base. To roue the cable to the place of installation, drill a 10 mm hole and provide sufficient strain relief. 7 SVENSKA DANSK NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANÇAIS loop - 29 - Fig. 10 ESPAÑOL ENGLISH DEUTSCH Connecting the sensors for the navigation unit, Fig. [. . . ] Test passed? yes no yes Test the signal wire to the basic unit with an ohmmeter on transition. (Resistance measures 3. 3 m) no SVENSKA Repair wiring. no Replace precision resistor and do a complete calibration on the basic navigation unit. - 35 - ESPAÑOL DANSK Check the mechanical wiring to the precision resistor. (Chassis and rear window wiring, signal wire to the basic navigation unit) O. K. ? Replace the basic navigation unit and do a complete calibration. NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANÇAIS - Load the installation disk. The indication for , , precision resistor" must change by > 30 points, for example from 435 to 390 ENGLISH DEUTSCH Locating loss when the rear window defogger is switched on and the magnetic field sensor has been mounted on the rear window Error: Regular locating loss even after a short drive Load the installation disk. [. . . ]

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