User manual GARMIN GPS 90
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Owner's Manual & Reference
GPS 90 Personal NavigatorTM OWNER'S MANUAL
Software version 2. 0 or above. ® 1995 GARMIN International 9875 Widmer Road, Lenexa, KS 66215, USA GARMIN/Europe Ltd, Robert House, Station Approach Romsey, Hampshire SO51 8 DU UK All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or manual, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose, without the express written permission of GARMIN. GARMIN reserves the right to change or improve their products and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. [. . . ] The distance and bearing to destination (at the bottom of the page) will now be replaced by the distance and bearing from your present position to the target crosshair.
Whenever the pan function is active, a target crosshair will appear. 38
As you pan around the moving map display, you'll notice that the target crosshair will `snap' to on-screen waypoints and highlight the waypoint name. Once a waypoint name is highlighted, you can review its waypoint definition page or execute a GOTO function right from the Map page.
To review the definition page for a waypoint highlighted in the map field:
1. To return to the Map Page, press E.
Selecting On-Screen Waypoints
To GOTO a waypoint highlighted in the map field:
1. To return to the Map Page, press the Q key.
To stop the panning function and return to your present position:
1. From the zoom or pan fields, the cursor highlight may be moved into the map display by pressing the down arrow key. The arrow keys will now move the highlight through the map and `point' at on-screen waypoints.
To point at a displayed waypoint:
1. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor highlight from the zoom field into the map field. Once you are in the map field, use the four arrow keys to scroll through on-screen waypoints. When you have scrolled through all the on-screen waypoints, the cursor will move back to the zoom or pan function field. To return the field highlight to the zoom field, press Q.
Whenever an onscreen waypoint is selected, it will be highlighted in reverse video.
Once a waypoint has been selected in the map field, its distance and bearing from your present position will be displayed in the destination field. You can also review its waypoint definition page or select it as a GOTO destination by following the same steps outlined above for waypoints highlighted on the map field.
Once the waypoint is highlighted, it can be quickly reviewed by pressing ENTER. 39
Advanced Zooming & Panning
One of the benefits of a moving map display is being able to pan to different map areas and see what's out there. To get the most out of panning, you'll need to be able to zoom in and out while you're panning. This lets you move the map at a faster speed and zoom in for waypoint details. Once the pan function is activated, the cursor highlight moves back to the zoom field.
To adjust the zoom range while panning:
1. Press E to return to normal panning mode.
During panning, the crosshair represents a target position on the map, with the range and bearing to the target displayed at the bottom of the screen. You can also use the target crosshair to mark a new waypoint position or as a GOTO destination right from the map field.
Zooming out to a higher map scale lets you pan and review large areas quickly. Press the E key to return to the Map Page.
You can also use the target crosshair as an instant GOTO destination. This function will AutoStore the position and set a course for a new waypoint called `MAP'.
To GOTO the target crosshair:
1. Press the E key to confirm the MAP GOTO.
Creating a new waypoint as a GOTO destination with the target crosshair. Press Q to return to the Map Page.
If you want to save the MAP waypoint, be sure to rename it, as it will be overwritten the next time a map GOTO is executed.
The GPS 90's Map page also features an AutoZoom mode that automatically changes the map scale to keep your present position and destination on the display at all times. [. . . ] Route Waypoint Can't be Deleted--The waypoint you are trying to delete is part of a route. You must first delete the waypoint from the route before striking it from memory.
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 GPS 90 is in searching the sky for almanac data or the unit is in AutoLocateTM mode. Start Altitude Change--The altitude change entered on the VNAV page is about to begin. [. . . ]
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