Becker – Transit 70 LMU Pro – User Manual

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OPERATING GUIDE2
>>> CONTENTS
Contents 2
24-month warranty 6
Warranty 6
Safety instructions 7
The Navigation device 9
Operating manual contents 9
Use of the product 9
Navigation 9
Images* 9
Telephone (selected models) 10
Unpacking the Navigation device 10
Checking the contents 10
Overview of functions 11
Scope of delivery 13
Complaints 13
Handling the packaging 13
Description of the device 13
The basic unit 14
Cable for power supply from cigarette
lighter 14
Battery 14
USB connection cable 14
Unit bracket 14
Accessories 14
Mains power supply unit 14
Cable for vehicle integration (for
certain models only) 15
Information about the
documentation 15
Quick Start Guide 15
Operating instructions 15
Registration 15
Repairs 15
Emissions and disposal 15
Overview of the scope of Delivery 16
Overview of the navigation device 17
General operation 19
Maintenance and care 19
Battery quality declaration 20
Display quality declaration 20
Start-up 20
Power supply 20
Using the battery 21
Connection for the cigarette lighter 21
Connection to the mains outlet 22
Connecting to power supply 22
TMC antenna (depending on the
model) 22
GPS antenna 22
Unit antenna 22
Cable for vehicle integration
(depending on model, optional) 23
Cable for rear view camera
(depending on the model, optional) 23
Memory card 23
Inserting the memory card 24
Ejecting the memory card 24
Unit bracket 24
Fitting the unit bracket 24
On the windscreen 25
Adjusting the unit holder’s position 26
Attaching the Navigation device 26
Removing the Navigation device 26
Devices with magnetic holders 26
Switching the Navigation device on/
off (model dependent) 26
Switching on 27
Switching off (depending on model) 27
Basic information about the touch
screen 28
Operation 28
Calibration 28
Basic information about the menus 29
The main menu 29
Entries made with the entry menu 30
Entering characters 30
Accepting proposals 30
Scrolling through the lists 31
Special characters and accent marks 31
Other character sets 32
Entering numbers 32
Switching between upper and lower
case: 32
Deleting characters 33
Inserting spaces 33
The back button 33
Content Manager 33
Installing the Content Manager 34
Starting the Content Manager 34
Contents3
CONTENTS >>>
Transferring pictures 35
Faults 36
Navigation Mode 37
What is navigation? 37
Selecting Navigation 38
Home address 38
Smart Guess 39
Last destinations list 39
The destination list 39
Icons used 40
Operating the last destinations list 40
Start with existing destination 40
Scrolling through stored destinations 40
Displaying or editing a destination 40
Personal destinations 41
Contacts 41
Selecting a destination from Personal
destinations 41
Editing Personal destinations 42
Selecting a destination from Contacts 42
The New destination menu 43
Layout of the New destination menu 44
Enter address 44
Select Point of Interest 44
Travel Guide (model dependent) 44
Select on map 44
Enter geo-coordinates 44
Route planning 44
Entering the address 44
Selecting a country 45
Selecting an address and starting
route guidance 45
Entering address by speech (selected
models) 50
Speech Dialogue System (selected
models) 51
Explanation of symbols 51
Objective 51
Route 52
More… 52
Live POI Search (model dependent) 52
Points of interest 52
Point of interest in the vicinity 53
Point of interest near to an address 54
Point of interest near to destination 55
POI on route 55
Entering a point of interest directly 55
Calling special destination phone
number (depending on the model) 56
Additional point of interest
information 56
Travel Guide (model dependent) 56
Selecting a destination from the map 57
Coordinate entry 58
Route planning 58
Simulation of the route 60
Creating a new route 60
Editing a route 61
Optimising a route 62
Navigation settings 62
The Map view button 63
Auto zoom 64
Select POI categories 65
Selecting Info box data fields 65
3D city view 66
The Route overview button 66
The Guidance info button 67
The Route options button 68
Selecting the vehicle profile
(depending on model) 69
Truck and mobile home functions
(depending on model) 70
Setting truck profiles 71
Selecting vehicle category and name 72
Selecting the route type 73
Time-dependent route guidance 73
Avoiding particular types of road 74
The TMC button 74
The Traffic Button (model dependent) 75
The Voice guidance button 75
Setting the Voice 76
Setting the Volume 76
The Warnings button 77
Setting Driver alerts 78
Setting environmental zones
(depending on model) 78
Truck warnings (depending on
model) 78
Setting Speed info 79
The Blocked roads button 80
The Vehicle data button 81
The Format button 82
The Time button 82
The Reset button 834
>>> CONTENTS
Traffic announcements using TMC
(depending on the model) 83
Live Traffic – Traffic
Announcements via Data
Connection (model dependent) 84
Displaying TMC messages on the map 84
Using TMC 85
Reading a message 86
Taking announcements into
consideration when calculating routes 86
Automatic recalculation 86
Manual recalculation 86
The map display 87
Calling up the map display 87
Structure of the map display 87
Map display without route guidance 87
Map display with route guidance 88
The Information box 88
Split screen with route guidance 89
Route guidance with arrow display 90
Lane Assistant Pro 3D (model
dependent) 90
Map display with Junction view 91
Tunnel view 91
Using the map display 92
Repeating the last announcement 92
Changing the announcement volume 92
Map zooming 93
Moving the map 93
Map orientation 93
The Route overview 94
SituationScan 95
The detour assistant 95
The Park Assistant 95
The departure assistant 96
Map display options 96
Displaying the whole route 97
Move route (model-dependent) 97
Selecting alternative routes 99
Change route options 99
Canceling route guidance 99
Entering/deleting a stopover 100
Blocking route temporarily 100
Setting day/night display 101
Displaying current position
(Where am I?) 101
Entering the destination 103
Skipping a destination 103
Supplementary functions for trucks and
mobile homes (selected models only) 104
Feedback after route calculation 104
Zooming in on the map 104
Warnings with planned route 104
Warnings without planned route 105
Show route 105
Other additional functions (only selected
models) 106
Display height profile 106
Telephone mode 107
Calling up the telephone mode (only
selected models) 107
Telephone menu (only selected
models) 108
Dialing a number 108
Phonebook 109
Call list 111
Icons used 111
Scrolling through the call list 111
Dialing an available number 112
Displaying or editing entries 112
Lists loaded from cell phone 112
Connecting Bluetooth® telephones 113
Calling up a device list 113
Automatic connection 114
Searching for cell phones 114
Connect new devices 115
Connecting a mobile phone 115
Disconnecting a connected telephone 115
Telephone calls 116
Establishing a call 116
Accepting a call 116
Ending a call 117
During a call 117
Telephone settings 118
Bluetooth® 119
Automatic connection 119
Automatic call acceptance 119
Telephone volume 119
Updating the phonebook 120
Bluetooth® name 1205
CONTENTS >>>
Tools 121
Travel Guide (model dependent) 121
Rear View camera 121
Displaying Rear view camera
(depending on the model) 121
Image viewer* 121
The image viewer menu 122
Selecting an image 122
Enlarging the image 123
Rotating the picture 123
Displaying image information 123
Slide show 124
Settings 124
Where am I? 124
Traffic forecast (depending on model) 124
Country information 125
Blocking a section of the road
permanently 126
Trip computer (depending on
model) 127
Settings 129
Selecting system settings 129
The system settings menu 129
Operation 129
Selection options 129
Closing the settings menu 129
The individual menu items 130
Battery 130
Automatic on/off 130
Day/night display 131
Brightness 131
Design by day 132
Design by night 132
Setting the colour 133
Language 133
Keyboard layout 134
Sounds 134
Rear view camera (depending on the
model) 134
Screen animations 134
Driver profiles (depending on model) 135
Renaming driver profile 135
Deleting driver profile 136
Driver profile Pro (model
dependent) 136
Service information 137
Factory settings 137
Calibration (model dependent) 137
WiFi settings (model dependent) 138
Technical terminology 139
index 141
Model overview and technical
specifications 144
NOTICE 146
EU Declaration of Conformity 146
Disposal of the unit 147
Disposal of the battery 148
Duty to supply information according
to battery legislation (BattV) 148
Removing the battery 148
The information and data contained in
these documents are subject to change
without prior notice.
No part of these documents may be du-
plicated or transmitted for any purpose
whatsoever without express written per-
mission of United Navigation GmbH. All
technical information, drawings etc. are
subject to copyright law.
© Copyright 2014, United Navigation GmbH
All rights reserved.
The Bluetooth® word mark is a
registered trademark owned by
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by United Navigation GmbH is
under license.6
>>> WARRANTY
24-month warranty
The company United Navigation GmbH,
Marco-Polo-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern,
Germany, provides a world-wide,
24-month warranty (battery: 6 months)
for BECKER units, beginning on the day
of delivery to the final customer (buyer).
Within the framework of the warranty,
functional defects will be eliminated
free-of-charge, provided that these can
be shown to be the result of material or
manufacturing faults and this shall be ef-
fected either by elimination of the fault or
by provision of a new unit, at the discre-
tion of the manufacturer. Warranty
claims must be registered by the buyer
immediately after defects are discovered
and must be accompanied by the initial
buyer’s purchase contract.
The warranty expires after 24 months
(battery: 6 months); neither warranty
claims nor fulfilment shall effect an ex-
tension of the warranty period.
Faults resulting from improper handling,
incorrect installation of the unit, improper
noise suppression of the vehicle, static
charge or mechanical damage are exclud-
ed from the warranty.
The warranty is invalidated in the case of
repairs or tampering on the part of the
buyer or unauthorised third parties.
Repairs may only be performed by per-
sons and service centres expressly au-
thorised by the manufacturer or by the
manufacturer himself.
This warranty does not affect or
restrict the legal warranty rights of
the buyer.
Warranty7
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS >>>
Safety instructions
¤ Safety instructions
• Use of the device is only permitted if the traffic conditions are suitable and you are absolutely sure that its use presents
no risk, distraction or inconvenience to you, your passengers or other road users.
Traffic laws and regulations will apply in each and every case. Destinations may only be entered when the vehicle is
stationary.
• The navigation system is merely an aid, data/information may in select cases be incorrect. The driver must decide in each
situation by him- or herself if he or she will follow the directions. No liability will be assumed for incorrect directions
provided by the navigation system. Imprecise or incorrect directions may be provided due to changing traffic patterns or
deviations in data. Therefore, you must always observe the actual road signs and traffic regulations. In particular, the
navigation system must not be used as an orientation aid at times of poor visibility.
• The device must only be used for its intended purpose. The volume of the navigation system should be adjusted so that
noises external to the vehicle are still well audible.
• Turn the unit off immediately if a defect occurs (e.g. emission of smoke or odors).
• For reasons of safety and security, the device must only be opened by a professional. In case of needed repair please
consult your dealer.
• Navigation devices from Becker could contain magnets. Do not bring them near magnetic data carriers (notebooks) or
cards (EC cards, credit cards etc.). These could get damaged or be rendered unusable if brought into contact. Magnets can
impair the function of cardiac pacemakers! Persons with cardiac pacemakers should not carry the device to close to their
bodies.8
>>> SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• It is forbidden to exceed the supply voltages (Volts) specified for the mains adapter, the motor vehicle charging adapter
and the product. In case of non-observance, the product or the charger may be damaged, or the battery may explode.
• Do not open the product or the battery under any circumstances. No modifications of the product are permitted, any such
modification leads to the loss of the operating permission.
• Only use original BECKER accessories. This way it is ensured that all relevant provisions will be met and that health risks
and damages to the product are avoided. Dispose of the used product or the battery according to the legal regulations in
effect.
• Improper use excludes all warranties! The safety instructions are also valid for any original BECKER accessories.
• Allowed temperature range: -20 °C – 60 °C storage / 0 °C – 45 °C operation9
THE NAVIGATION DEVICE >>>
The Navigation device
Operating manual contents
This operating manual contains the
description of your Becker navigation
equipment.
This manual contains descriptions for
different model versions in a single
document. Therefore, some of the
functions described here might not be
available for your equipment under
certain circumstances.
All pictures are similar.
Use of the product
This product is a high performance PND
(Personal Navigation Device) for use in
vehicles. Protect the product and the
accessories from moisture and dirt.
Navigation
The use of the GPS = Global Positioning
system eliminates the tedious process
of looking in street maps.
The receiver antenna integrated into the
product allows constant access to the
navigation services outside buildings.
Within buildings, it is currently not
possible to access any navigation
functions. When using in vehicles, it
might not possible to receive sufficent
GPS data depending on the installation
position of the Navigation device.
Images*
The Navigation device has a Picture
Viewer with a lot of image display
functions.
*depending on model, must be activated via the Content Manager10
>>> THE NAVIGATION DEVICE
Telephone (selected models)
Your Navigation device is equipped with
Bluetooth® wireless technology. Via
Bluetooth®, you may connect to a cell
phone equipped with Bluetooth®
wireless technology.
Your Navigation device can then be used
as a very comfortable hands-free unit.
You also have the option to read out the
address book or phonebook of the cell
phone and to read any received short
messages.
Unpacking the Navigation device
Checking the contents
Before you start using the Navigation
device, the scope and condition of the
contents must be thoroughly checked
(see also page 16).
>Unpack the contents carefully and
check them thoroughly.
Note:
Your Navigation device is delivered in a
stable packaging. If the packaging or its
contents show the signs of serious
damages, you must not continue to
unpack the product. In such case, please
contact your dealer.11
THE NAVIGATION DEVICE >>>
Overview of functions
:standard
– : not available
:optional
Navigation system
active.5 CE LMU
BE B00
active.5 LMU
BE B00
transit.5 LMU
BE B02
active.5 LMU plus
BE B10
active.6 CE LMU
BE B30
active.6 LMU plus
BE B40
professional.5 LMU
BE B20
professional.6 LMU
BE B50
transit.6 LMU
BE B50
ready.5
BE B60
TMC   
Becker Speech Dialogue System – – – – – –  
Becker OneShot speech control – – – – – –   –
Speed camera warning    –
Driver warnings – –  — —  
Telephone – – –  –   –
Trip computer – – –  –   –
Environmental zones    –
Truck & Camper Navigation Pro – –  — — 
Display height profile – –  — –   –
Move route — — –   –
ADAC Camping Guide     –
Traffic forecast — — —- –
Driver profiles — — —  –
Driver profile Pro — — —- –
Lane assistant Pro 3D    –
Reversing camera — — —  –
Connection for vehicle integration – – – – – – –  –
WiFi — — –   –
Becker Link2Live — — –   –
Live Traffic – – – – – –   –
Live POI Search — — –   -12
>>> THE NAVIGATION DEVICE
:standard
– : not available
:optional
Navigation system
Ready 70 LMU
BE J00
Transit 70 LMU
BE J10
Transit 70 LMU Pro
BE J11
Professional 70 LMU
BE 12
TMC  
Becker Speech Dialogue System – – – –
Becker OneShot speech control – – 
Speed camera warning – – 
Driver warnings  
Telephone –  
Trip computer – – – –
Environmental zones –  
Truck & Camper Navigation Pro  
Display height profile –  –
Move route – – 
ADAC Camping Guide – – 
Traffic forecast – –  
Driver profiles – – – –
Driver profile Pro –  
Lane assistant Pro 3D – – – –
Reversing camera  
Connection for vehicle integration  
WiFi –  
Becker Link2Live –  
Live Traffic –  
Live POI Search –  
J13
THE NAVIGATION DEVICE >>>
Scope of delivery

Navigation device
Device console with carrier plate
(depending on model)
USB cable
Motor vehicle adapter power supply
12/24 V for cigarette lighters with
built-in TMC antenna (depending on
model)
In the case of devices with magnetic
holders, the carrier plate and car
adapter cable form one unit.
Complaints
In case of complaints, please consult
your dealer. The equipment may be sent
directly to United Navigation in its
original packaging.
Handling the packaging
Keep the original packaging in a dry
place, at least for the warranty period.
Description of the device
The navigation device consists of the
basic unit and the accessories included in
the scope of delivery.
For descriptions of the individual parts,
see:
• “Overview of the scope of Delivery” on
page 16
1
2
3
4
2
1
2
3
4
2
4
Note:
The disposal must be performed in a
professional manner, according to the
country-specific regulations. The
packaging must not be combusted.
Depending on the country of delivery, it
might be possible to return the
packaging to the dealer.
Note:
The basic unit and accessories must not
be opened or modified in any way. 14
>>> THE NAVIGATION DEVICE
The basic unit
The basic unit consists of the complete
electronic unit:
• Integrated antenna
• a TMC receiver for receiving traffic
messages (depending on the model),
•Touchscreen
• an integrated loudspeaker
• a microphone (dependingon the
model).
On the side of the unit, there are also
various connections and ports.
You will find more details of the unit
under:
• “Model overview and technical
specifications” on page 144
Cable for power supply from cigarette
lighter
This cable allows the unit to be connect-
ed up to the car`s cigarette lighter.
The power supply must satisfy the
following requirements:
• DC current 12/24 volts
1 amps
Battery
When depleted, the integrated
rechargeable battery can be recharged
by connecting the Navigation device to
the power supply.
For this purpose, connect the unit via a
car power adapter to a 12/24 V socket in
a vehicle or via the optional mains power
supply unit to the 230 V mains.
USB connection cable
With the USB connection cable provided,
it is possible to connect the Navigation
device to a standard PC with a USB
interface. The integrated flash memory
of the navigation device and a micro SD
card that may eventually be inserted can
then be addressed by the PC like a
removable storage device.
Unit bracket
The Navigation device can be mounted in
the vehicle using the unit bracket.
Accessories
Mains power supply unit
This power supply allows connection of
the Navigation device to a mains outlet.
Note:
You can charge the Navigation device
via the car charger cable included in the
scope of delivery or via the optionally
available mains power supply unit.
When the Navigation device is
connected to a PC, it is supplied with
power via the PC and does not consume
battery power.
Note:
Switch the navigation device completely
off, see “Devices with magnetic holders”
on page 26, before connecting the navi-
gation device to the computer.15
THE NAVIGATION DEVICE >>>
The power supply must satisfy the
following requirements:
• Alternating current 100-240 volts
50-60 Hertz
Cable for vehicle integration
(for certain models only)
With a 4-pin 3.5mm jack cable you can
integrate your Navigation device
seamlessly into your vehicle. Details of
the connection can be found under
“Cable for vehicle integration (depending
on model, optional)” on page 23.
Information about the
documentation
Quick Start Guide
The Quick Start Guide is designed to
provide a brief introduction to operating
your Navigation device. The most
important basic functions of the
Navigation device are explained in the
Quick Start Guide.
Operating instructions
A comprehensive explanation of the
Navigation device functionalities is
contained in these operating
instructions.
Registration
You can register your product using our
software service. We will then inform
you of any new updates and other news.
Registration is performed in the “Content
Manager” – see page 33.
Repairs
The unit must not be opened if damaged.
Please contact your dealer.
Emissions and disposal
You will find details on emissions and
electromagnetic compatibility and
disposal in “NOTICE” on page 146.16
>>> OVERVIEW OF THE SCOPE OF DELIVERY
Overview of the scope of Delivery
Scope of delivery
1 Basic device – PND (Personal Navigation Device)
2 USB connection cable
3 Unit holder with carrier plate (the design depending on the
model)
4 Cable for power supply via the vehicle cigarette lighter
(12/24 Volt) with integrated TMC-antenna (depending
on the model)
In the case of devices with magnetic holders, the carrier plate
and car adapter cable form one unit.

1
2
3
4
3
2 417
OVERVIEW OF THE NAVIGATION DEVICE >>>
Overview of the navigation device
Front of unit with controls and displays
1 Back button
Model dependent: either on the left bottom side of the
screen or in the left top corner of the housing.
Press = Back function in most applications
Press and hold = Open the main menu
2 Touch screen showing the main menu selected
3 Touch screen key
Press = activates the corresponding key command
4 Microphone (depending on the model, sometimes in the
right top corner, too))
1
2
3
418
>>> OVERVIEW OF THE NAVIGATION DEVICE
Top of the unit
1 ON/OFF switch
Underside of the unit
2 Slot for Micro SD card
3 Mini USB connection / connection for power supply
4 Connection for reversing camera
5 Connection for vehicle integration
1 2 3 4 5
Model dependent, the arrangement of the connections can differ on the bottom side of the device.
Top of the unit
1 Standby switch (sleep mode)
Underside of the unit
2 Slot for Micro SD card
3 Mini USB connection / connection for power supply
4 On/Off switch (I/O)
1 2 3 4
(model dependent)19
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
General operation
Maintenance and care
The unit is maintenance-free.
For proper care, a commercially
available cleansing fluid for electrical
devices may be applied using a soft
damp cloth.
Your mobile navigation system was
designed and manufactured with great
care and should be treated with equal
care. You will enjoy your mobile naviga-
tion system for a long time to come if you
observe the recommendations listed in
the following:
• Protect your mobile navigation unit
and the accessories from water and
moisture. If your unit has been
exposed to moisture, switch it off
immediately and disconnect the power
supply. Allow to dry at room
temperature.
• Do not operate your mobile navigation
system in a dusty or dirty environment
and do not store it in such an
environment.
• Do not store your mobile navigation
system in hot environments. High
temperatures can shorten the service
life of electronic components in your
unit, damage the rechargeable
batteries and cause certain plastics to
warp or melt.
• Do not store your mobile navigation
system in cold environments. During
operation, when the unit warms up to
operating temperature, moisture may
form internally, causing damage to
electronic components.
• Do not drop your mobile navigation
system unit, protect it from shocks and
do not shake it. Improper handling can
damage components within the unit.
• Never use corrosive or aggressive
chemicals, cleaning solutions or
aggressive detergents for cleaning.
All the above information applies equally
to the mobile navigation system, the
rechargeable battery, the mains charg-
ing and car power adapters as well as all
accessories. Should one of these parts
not work properly, please contact your
authorised dealer.
¤ Danger!
Danger to life by electrocution.
Always switch off the unit and
disconnect the mains power supply
unit before cleaning the unit, supplied
components, or accessories.
Note:
Do not use any aggressive or abrasive
substances or cloths which may
damage the surface.
A micro-fibre cloth is particularly
suitable for the display.
The unit must not be exposed to water.20
>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Battery quality declaration
The capacity of the rechargeable battery
in your mobile navigation system
decreases with every charging/
discharging cycle. Improper storage at
excessively high or low temperatures
may also cause a gradual deterioration
of capacity. Consequently, the operating
time may be substantially reduced even
in the case of a fully charged battery.
Display quality declaration
In some cases, for technical reasons, a
few discoloured dots (pixels) may be
visible on the display. Some pixels may
also appear brighter or darker. However,
such instances do not represent a
product flaw.
Start-up
Once the Navigation device has been
unpacked and checked for damage, the
unit can be started up. The individual
start-up steps are:
• connect to power supply.
•switching on the unit.
• ensuring antenna reception (if
navigation is desired)
Power supply
Note:
You can charge the Navigation device
via the car charger cable included in the
scope of delivery or via the optionally
available mains power supply unit.
When the Navigation device is connect-
ed to a PC, it is supplied with power via
the PC and does not consume battery
power.21
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Using the battery
The internal power supply is via the
integrated rechargeable battery. The
rechargeable battery is maintenance-
free and does not require any particular
care.
You are alerted by a warning message
when the battery should be recharged.
After the alert, the device can still be
used for approximately 10 minutes
before switching off automatically.
Connection for the cigarette lighter
Connect the power supply via the vehicle
battery and the cable provided for the
cigarette lighter as follows:
> Grasp the connector of the connection
cable and insert it gently without force
into the connector socket of the
navigation device up to the stop, or in
the case of a device with an active
cradle, on the underside of the
supporting plate. (Model dependent,
this step is not required on navigation
devices with magnetic holders)
> Insert the adapter into the cigarette
lighter.
Note:
Note that if the battery is completely
discharged, it may take up to a minute
before the device can be switched on
again.
Note:
In the event of a defective battery,
please contact your authorised dealer.
Please do not attempt to remove the
battery yourself.
Note:
If the cigarette lighter has recently been
used and is still hot, wait until the lighter
socket has cooled down.
Note:
When the engine is switched off, the
power supply slowly discharges the
vehicle battery via the cigarette lighter!
Do not therefore operate the Navigation
device for long periods with the engine
switched off.
To receive TMC messages (depending
on the model), the power supply must
be connected to the supporting plate in
the case of a device with an active
cradle.22
>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Connection to the mains outlet
Connecting to power supply
Connection to the public mains grid is
achieved using the optionally available
mains power supply unit. Please
proceed as follows to connect to the
mains:
> Hold the connector and push it all the
way into the connecting socket in the
Navigation device without using
excessive force.
> Insert the plug of the power supply unit
into the socket.
TMC antenna (depending on the
model)
The supplied TMC antenna is integrated
into the cable for power supply.
The TMC antenna runs in parallel with
the the cigarette lighter cable in the
delivered condition.
If the TMC reception is poor, you must
remove the cable of the TMC antenna
from the cable for the cigarette lighter.
(Model dependent, the cable cannot be
disconnected on navigation devices with
magnetic holders)
GPS antenna
Unit antenna
The GPS antenna is integrated into the
housing.
¤ Danger!
Make sure that your hands are not wet
and that the power supply unit is dry.
Only connect the power supply unit to
a permissible mains power supply.
Note:
Remove the power supply unit when
not using the Navigation device for
longer periods of time.
Note:
The TMC antenna must be installed in
such a way that it does not distract you
while driving.
Note:
The integrated GPS antenna is not
suitable for use in vehicles with anti-
glare windows (metalised thermo-
glass or metal foil, indicated by the
window label – SIGLA SOL, SIGLA
CHROM, SIGLA, KOOL-OF, SUNGATE,
etc.) and vehicles with fine-meshed
heating wires in the windows.23
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Cable for vehicle integration
(depending on model, optional)
With a 4-pin 3.5mm jack cable you can
integrate your Navigation device
seamlessly into your vehicle.
• connect your Navigation device to the
phone mute function of your audio
system. If the cable is connected
correctly, your audio system will mute
the car radio during navigation
announcements.
• connect your Navigation device to your
audio system for output of the audio
signal.
> Plug the cable into the designated 3.5
socket on the underside of the device.
Cable for rear view camera
(depending on the model,
optional)
You can connect your rear view camera
to your navigation device using a 4-pin
2.5mm AV cable. Insert the cable into the
socket provided on the back of the basic
unit, also see page 18.
You can make the necessary settings in
the chapter “Rear View camera” on
page 121.
Memory card
Your Navigation device has a slot for a
micro SD memory card.
As the map data is stored in an internal
memory on the Navigation device, the
slot for a micro SD memory card is used
for updates and for viewing images.
The memory card can also be used for
supplementing the map data.
The card slot is located on the bottom
side of the device. The card slot is
equipped with a spring-actuated locking
and ejector mechanism.
Note:
Once the cable is connected, the
loudspeaker of the basic device is
switched off.
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>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Inserting the memory card
>Remove the memory card from its
packaging without touching or soiling
the contact bar.
>Hold the memory card so that the
contact strip is facing towards the rear
of the unit.
> Guide the memory card into the card
slot.
> Exert a little pressure and slide the
memory card into the card slot until it
snaps in.
Ejecting the memory card
The card slot ejects the card so that you
can pull it out with two fingers.
> Use your finger to gently press the
memory card against the spring force
into the card slot and then release it.
The card is ejected.
> Remove the memory card and place it
in the packaging while ensuring not to
touch contact bar.
Unit bracket
The Navigation device can be attached
directly to the windscreen with the unit
holder.
Fitting the unit bracket
Note:
The Navigation device and unit bracket
must not be exposed to long periods of
direct sunlight. Temperatures inside the
vehicle of +70°C and higher may
damage parts of the bracket.
Note:
Fasten the unit holder such that your
field of vision is not impaired when the
Navigation device is installed and
ensure that the unit is outside the
deployment area of the airbag.
Ensure that the electrical connection
cable does not hamper you from
accessing the vehicle`s controls.
Clean the attachment surface on the
windscreen to ensure that it is clean and
free of grease. Do not use greasy or
soapy cleaning agents.25
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Suction surface
Base
Lever
Fastening screw
Carrier plate
Release button
Similar to figure, on devices with
magnetic holders no unlocking button is
present .
On the windscreen
The unit holder can be attached directly
to the windscreen using the suction
mechanism.
> Press the carrier plate onto the four
retaining lugs of the unit holder.
> Select a suitable spot to attach.
> Loosen the fastening screw slightly.
> Press the base with its suction
surface against the windscreen.
Turn the unit holder such that the
carrier plate is positioned roughly in
the desired viewing direction.
> Press the lever down.
The holder has attached itself firmly to
the windscreen. It can now be adjusted
with precision. In order to remove it,
operate the lever again.
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>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Adjusting the unit holder’s position
> Loosen the fastening screws and
until the carrier plate can be
moved without using excessive force.
>Move the carrier plate to the
required position and hold it in this
position.
> Tighten the fastening screws and
sufficiently so that the Navigation
device is held securely in place when
the vehicle is in motion.
Attaching the Navigation device
> Position the Navigation device with the
attachment point on the bottom of the
housing, onto the carrier plate .
> Without using excessive force, press
the Navigation device onto the carrier
plate . The Navigation device locks
into place.
Removing the Navigation device
Press the button on the top of the
carrier plate . This unlocks the
Navigation device which can be removed
from the carrier plate.
Devices with magnetic holders
The unlocking button is not present.
First place the navigation device with the
upper mounting point onto the carrier
plate and fold down the navigation
device. The magnet holds the navigation
device securely on the carrier plate. To
remove the navigation device, first take it
off from the carrier plate at the bottom.
Switching the Navigation device
on/off (model dependent)
With the ON/OFF switch (I/O) you can
switch the Navigation device on or off
completely.
With the button on the upper side of
the Navigation device you can switch the
device to sleep mode or switch it from
sleep mode again.
For devices without the button on the
underside (model dependent): With the
button you can switch the device off,
on or to the sleep mode.
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GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Switching on
> Press the button on the top of the
Navigation device.
The unit is switched on. The
manufacturer`s logo appears on the
touchscreen.
When the Navigation device is started for
the first time, the language selection is
displayed automatically.
Using the buttons or the scroll
wheel, it is possible to scroll through the
list in the direction of the relevant arrow.
>Press the button for the required
language.
> The selection is confirmed by pressing
OK.
> Then select the desired voice.
A short example announcement is given.
> Confirm your selection by pressing the
OK button.
The following prompt appears shortly
afterwards:
> If you agree to the request contained in
this prompt, press the OK button.
Switching off (depending on model)
You can switch the unit off at any time.
> Press the button on the top of the
Navigation device.
The Navigation device switches to sleep
mode.
> Before finally switching off the naviga-
tion device, press the I/O switch on the
underside of the device to 0.
Note: for models with TTS
Voices with a (TTS) tag support the text-
to-speech function (e.g. announcing
roads and reading out text messages).
Note:
Use of the Navigation device is only
permitted in accordance with the
national road traffic regulations
applicable at the time.28
>>> GENERAL OPERATION
For devices without the I/O switch on the
underside:
> Press the switch on the top of the
navigation device for longer than
3 seconds to finally switch it off.
Basic information about the
touch screen
The Navigation device is fitted with a
touch screen.
Operation
When you touch a button on the touch
screen, the button in question is briefly
shown outlined in red to confirm the
selection.
If you touch a button that is not active at
the moment, a short signal tone sounds.
Calibration
If the touch screen starts responding
imprecisely, calibration should be
undertaken.
The calibration function is started from
the menu (see also page 137).
Note:
We recommend that you place the
Navigation device in sleep mode in the
event of short interruptions to operation
(of up to a week).
This significantly reduces the switch-on
time and the Navigation device finds the
satellites required for navigation much
faster.
If route guidance was active when sleep
mode is activated, it is automatically
resumed if the Navigation device is
switched back on again within approx.
4hours.
If the device cannot be switched off
anymore or no longer works reliably, it
is possible to switch off devices without
I/O switches completely by pressing the
button on the top for longer than
7seconds.
Note:
To ensure that the display`s surface is
not damaged, you may only touch it with
your fingers or a blunt, non-smearing
object.29
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Basic information about the
menus
During operations, you are assisted by
various menus and entry windows.
The main menu
The top menu level is the main menu.
The individual applications are started
from the main menu.
You will find information about the indi-
vidual applications in the corresponding
main chapters.
In addition to the individual applications,
the main menu also contains further
information and operating options.
You can tell whether a telephone is
already connected by the symbol on the
Phone button.
Telephone connected
Telephone not connected
A satellite symbol at the right of the
status line shows you whether there is
currently GPS reception or not.
GPS reception
No GPS reception
If route guidance is already active, the
current destination address and a button
for cancelling route guidance will be
displayed between the two rows of
buttons.
Press the button to cancel route
guidance to the displayed destination
directly in the main menu.
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>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Entries made with the entry menu
Some applications require entries to be
made via the entry menu. The entry
menu is operated in a similar way to a
keypad.
The keyboard layout can be switched
between ABC and QWERTZ, see page
“Keyboard layout” on page 134
The character entered on the keypad is
displayed in the top line of the entry
menu. The central area is used to enter
characters. Help functions are provided
in the right line. Descriptions of how to
operate the menu are provided below.
Entering characters
Characters are entered by pressing the
keys in the central area.
Once the entry is complete, the process
is concluded by pressing the key
and the entry passed on to the
Navigation device for processing.
When a navigation destination is
entered, the Navigation device compares
the data with the stored data.
Only those letters that are still possible
area vailable for selection.
Characters that cannot be selected are
displayed greyed out.
Accepting proposals
During entry, the Navigation device
makes proposals in the uppermost line.
The proposals take into account your
usage habits. For example, if you enter
the city of Hamburg often, then after you
enter the letter “H” the proposal
“Hamburg” is automatically displayed.
If no preferences are known for the letter
entered, then cities/locations suitable for
the entry are displayed as proposals.
> To accept the proposal, you may press
either the input field or the
button.31
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Scrolling through the lists
If you have already entered some of the
letters of the selection you want, you can
use the selection list to display all the
destinations containing the combination
of letters in question.
>To call up the selection list, press
the key.
The selection list appears.
> Press the arrow keys on
the right hand side of the screen to
scroll through the list.
> Press the destination you want.
The destination is adopted and the
selection list is closed.
Special characters and accent marks
Special characters and accent marks do
not have to be used when entering the
names of towns and streets. The
Navigation device will change entries
from AE, OE and UE if necessary.
> If, for example, you are looking for the
location “Würzburg”, then simply press
“WUERZBURG” or “WURZBURG”.
Special characters can be useful when
naming destinations and routes.
>In order to switch to the special
characters keyboard, press the button
marked with an arrow.
The special characters keyboard is
displayed.
> Enter the desired special character.
After you enter a character, the Naviga-
tion device automatically switches to the
normal input menu.
To exit the special character keypad
without an entry, press the button
marked with the arrow.
Note:
The quantity of selection options is dis-
played in the form of the number on the
button. When there are more than 300
options, the precise number is not dis-
played.
In the list, all the entries corresponding
to the letters already entered are dis-
played. The letters entered are coloured
red in the case of the individual entries.32
>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Other character sets
Different character sets can be selected
for the keyboard of the Navigation
device.
>Press the button marked with an
arrow repeatedly until the desired
character set is selected.
Entering numbers
Switch to the numbers keyboard in order
to enter figures.
> Press the button.
The numbers keyboard is displayed.
>In order to return again to the
keyboard for entering letters, press
the button marked with an arrow.
Switching between upper and lower case:
During free text entry, it is possible to
switch between upper/lower case and
the automatic function.
> Press repeatedly on the button in the
top right-hand corner of the display
until the desired method of entry is
activated.
The inscription on the button symbolises
the method of entry.
•The button represents
automatic mode. This means that, on
entry, the first letter is automatically in
upper case and subsequently changes
automatically to lower case.
• The button represents the entry
of upper case letters.
• The button represents the entry
of lower case letters.33
GENERAL OPERATION >>>
Deleting characters
To delete the last character, use the back
key.
> To delete the character to the left of the
cursor, press the key.
Inserting spaces
If you have an entry with two words, e.g.
for names of towns, the words should be
separated by a space.
> To enter a space, press the key.
The back button
The button is located on the
bottom left of the device.
It has various functions:
• Depending on the menu context, if
pressed briefly, you will be returned to
the previous entry level.
• The main menu is displayed by
pressing and holding the button.
Content Manager
The Content Manager is a PC-based
application containing a number of
important functions to help you manage
the content on your Navigation device.
With the Content Manager you can:
• back up the content saved on the
Navigation device to your PC and
restore it later to your Navigation
device,
• download current content from the
Internet and install it on the Navigation
device.
To use the Content Manager, you will
need the USB cable provided as well as a
computer that meets the following
minimum requirements:
Minimum
Operating system Windows
Processor 300 MHz clock
frequency
Main memory 256 MB
Free storage space 2 GB34
>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Installing the Content Manager
You can install the Content Manager on
your computer with the following steps:
> Switch the navigation device comple-
tely off, see “Devices with magnetic
holders” on page 26.
> Connect the USB interface of the de-
vice directly to a USB port of the com-
puter using the USB cable supplied.
> Switch on the navigation device.
> If the application does not start automati-
cally, please start the file “CONTENT-
MANAGER” manually in the folder
“Becker_Content_Manager_Setup”.
> Select a language from the list and
then click on OK.
> Read the welcome page and click on
Next to continue.
> Select the installation folder. A default
installation folder is already specified.
To select another folder, either type in
the path name or click on Browse and
define another folder.
> Click on Install to start the copying
procedure. Click on Details to see the
details during copying.
The Content Manager is automatically
started immediately after installation.
Remove the check mark from the box if
you do not want this.
This completes the installation proce-
dure.
> Click on Finish to exit the installation
program.
Starting the Content Manager
Execute the following actions to start the
Content Manager:
> Switch the navigation device comple-
tely off, see “Devices with magnetic
holders” on page 26.
> Connect the USB interface of the de-
vice directly to a USB port of the com-
puter using the USB cable supplied.
Switch on the Navigation device.
After a short time, the Navigation device
is displayed as a removable storage
medium on the computer.
Note:
When you connect the Becker
Navigation device to the PC for the first
time, the PC installs all the necessary
drivers and then displays the message
“Your unit is now ready to use”.35
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> Click on Start > All Programs on the
computer.
> Select Becker.
> Click on Content Manager.
When the Content Manager is started,
the program executes a number of steps
before you can start to manage your
navigation software content.
Each time the program is called, a
connection is established to the Internet
to check whether a new version of the
ContentManager is available. If a new
software version is found, the Content
Manager gives you the option of
installing it. We recommend that you
always agree to the upgrade, if one is
available. If a new software version is
found, you have the following options:
•Click on Yes to accept the new
software version. The new version is
downloaded and installed before you
can start the Content Manager.
•Click on No to start the Content
Manager with the version already
installed.
• If the new version is a critical update,
the Exit button will be shown instead
of the No button. You must install the
new version, otherwise you have to
exit the application.
If you have not yet made a backup of the
navigation unit, the Content Manager will
ask you each time it starts whether you
would like to make a complete or partial
backup copy.
Transferring pictures
Images*, music* and videos* can be
stored on a separate Micro SD memory
card (not included in the scope of
delivery) or in the internal memory of the
Navigation device in the “Media” folder.
Files can be transferred via a card reader
or a USB connection.
Note:
We recommend that you always create
the backup. Otherwise you will not be
able to restore the content in the event
of loss of data.
Note:
Switch off the navigation device com-
pletely, see “Devices with magnetic
holders” on page 26, before connecting
the navigation device to the computer.
We recommend that you give files and
directories self-explanatory names so
that it is simpler to find these again, if
needed.
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>>> GENERAL OPERATION
Faults
Malfunctions in the operating system or
in the unit are displayed accordingly. If
the function you want cannot then be
executed, you should restart the
Navigation device using the On/Off
switch.
If the messages reappear or the unit
doesnot function correctly for any other
reason, please contact your local dealer.
You can also try to find a solution to
your problem in the FAQ in the Support
area on the Becker homepage
(www.mybecker.com).
Note:
Never attempt to open the unit yourself.
Please contact your authorised dealer if
you are unable to remedy the fault.37
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Navigation Mode
What is navigation?
The term “navigation” (lat. navigare = to
travel by sea) is generally understood to
mean the determination of a vehicle’s
location, the determination of its
direction and its distance from the
desired destination and the required
route to get there. Stars, prominent
landmarks, compasses and satellites
etc. are used as navigation tools.
With the Navigation device, the location
is determined by the GPS receiver. The
Global Positioning System (GPS) was
developed during the 1970s by the US
military as a weapons guiding system.
GPS is based on a total of 24 satellites
which orbit the Earth and transmit
signals. A GPS receiver receives these
signals and calculates its distance to the
individual satellites based on the signal
travel times, and then determines your
current geographical position.
Signals from at least three satellites are
required to determine your position;
your height above sea level can be
calculated if signals are received from
four or more satellites.
The Navigation device determines the
direction and distance from the
destination using a navigation computer
and a digital street map held in its
internal memory.
For safety reasons, route guidance is
given predominantly in spoken form.
This is supported by a direction indicator
and a map display on the touch screen.
¤ Safety instructions
• Road traffic regulations always take
priority. The navigation system is
merely an aid, data/information may
in select cases be incorrect. The driver
must decide in each situation by him-
or herself if he or she will follow the
directions.
No liability will be assumed for
incorrect directions provided by the
navigation system.
• When first put into use it can take up
to 30 minutes to fix the position.
• Observation of traffic signs and local
traffic regulations must always take
priority.
• Traffic guidance is restricted to
passenger vehicles. Special driving
recommendations and regulations
for other vehicles (e.g. commercial
vehicles) are not included.
• Destinations may only be entered
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>>> NAVIGATION MODE
Selecting Navigation
Navigation mode is called up from the
main menu. New destinations can be
entered in the menu “New destination”.
Destinations that have already been
visited or saved can be selected in the
menu My destinations.
> In the main menu, press the button My
destinations.
Home address
When you press the Home button you
will be asked to enter an address if no
home address has yet been entered.
> Press the Yes to enter the address.
You can then enter a destination as
described under “The New destination
menu” on page 43.
If you have already entered your home
address, you can start route guidance to
your home address in the first line.
A home address once entered can be
modified later.
In the “My destinations” menu, next to
the Home option press the button.
> Press the Change button to enter a
new home address.
The menu for selecting the destination
appears.
Note:
If an address is displayed in the lower
edge of the main menu, this means that
route guidance has already been started
to the displayed address.
Note:
The menu items Set current position
and Select from last destinations (fast
access mode) can also be used to select
a destination. 39
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Here you can set the new home address
for example using an intelligent text
entry field.
Smart Guess
The two addresses that can be selected
with the button, is a selection of the
addresses last visited. Depending on the
time of day and your current position, the
two most likely destinations are
displayed and can be selected directly.
Last destinations list
The last destinations visited and saved
destinations are displayed in the Last
destinations list and can be selected
directly. The menu for entering
destinations can also be called up using
the fast access function.

The destination list
The destination list displays, line by line,
all destinations available for fast dialling.
Each line of the destination list is divided
into two fields. Each list field is designed
as a button. The destination is shown on
the right-hand button and the properties
of the destination are displayed using the
left icon.
Note:
Up to 200 of the most recent destina-
tions are automatically stored in the
destination list. If the storage capacity is
reached, the oldest destination in the list
is automatically deleted to make room
for each new destination. However, im-
portant destinations may be protected.
If you select your home address and it
has not yet been defined, you will be re-
quested to enter the address.40
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Icons used
The following icons are used in the
destination list:
Operating the last destinations list
Start with existing destination
The existing destinations are listed in the
destinations list.
>Press the button for the desired
destination to start route calculation.
The calculation begins.
When the calculation is complete, the
map appears and the route guidance
begins.
Scrolling through stored destinations
Using the buttons or the scroll
wheel, it is possible to scroll through the
list.
Displaying or editing a destination
Any destination stored in fast access
mode can be displayed and edited.
>Press the button to the left of the
desired destination.
> A selection menu appears.
Icon Meaning
This destination is a standard
destination with no special
features.
This destination is protected.
If the destination memory is
full, this destination will not
automatically be deleted.
This can be performed
manually, if required.
In the case of a protected
entry, you can also
determine the position using
the fast access function.
Option Meaning
Show details The data for the destina-
tion are displayed. From
this screen you can dis-
play the destination on
the map, display the
route or start the route
guidance.
Name entry The destination can be
renamed. If the destina-
tion is given a name it is
automatically protected.
Protect entry The destination is pro-
tected from automatic
deletion. This function is
only available for unpro-
tected destinations. 41
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Personal destinations
Using the Personal destinations button
you can call up Google™ points of
interest that have been imported into the
Navigation device and start route
guidance to one.
• See “Selecting a destination from
Personal destinations” on page 41.
Contacts
Using the Contacts button you can call
up Microsoft
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Outlook
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contacts that
have been imported into the Navigation
device and start route guidance to the
address listed in the contact.
• See “Selecting a destination from
Contacts” on page 42.
Selecting a destination from Personal
destinations
You can call up Google™ points of inter-
est that have been imported into the
Navigation device and start route guid-
ance to one.
> In the main menu, press the button My
destinations.
>Press the Personal destinations
button.
Remove
protection
The protection is re-
moved from the desti-
nation. This function is
only available for pro-
tected destinations.
Move up The destination is
moved forwards by one
position. If the destina-
tion is moved it is auto-
matically protected.
Move down The destination is
moved back by one po-
sition. If the destination
is moved it is automati-
cally protected.
Delete entry The destination is delet-
ed from the fast access
mode.
Delete all
entries
All destinations (except
for the protected desti-
nations and your home
address) are deleted
from the list.
Option Meaning
Note:
To display custom Google™ points of
interest, the Google™ KML files must
be stored in the Navigatorcon-
tentuserdatamydest directory of the
Navigation device.42
>>> NAVIGATION MODE
A list of the available destinations will be
displayed.
Using the buttons or the scroll
wheel, it is possible to scroll through the
list.
> Select the desired destination.
Route guidance to the selected
destination will be initiated.
Editing Personal destinations
> In the list of your own destinations,
press the button in front of the
destination that you wish to edit.
Select Delete entry if you wish to delete
the destination from the list. Select
Delete all entries if you wish to delete the
entire list.
Select Show details if you wish to display
details about the destination.
Press the Start button to begin route
guidance to the destination straight
away.
You can also display your chosen
destination on the map (On map), store it
in fast access mode (Save), display the
route to the destination (Show route) or
call the number if a telephone is
connected and a phone number is
available by pressing the button with the
symbol.
Selecting a destination from Contacts
You can call up Microsoft
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Outlook
®
contacts that have been imported into
the Navigation device and start route
guidance to one.
> In the main menu, press the button My
destinations.
> Press the Contacts button.
An input menu appears if there are more
than 10 contacts. If there are fewer than
Note:
If the list contains numerous entries, it
may be a good idea to search for the
desired destination by selecting Search
entry and using the input menu.
A maximum of 1000 destinations can be
imported.
Newly imported destinations are filed at
the start of the list.
Note:
The Microsoft
®
Outlook
®
contacts are
imported via the Content Manager.43
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10 entries, a list of contacts is displayed
straight away.
>In the input menu, select the first
letters of the entry you are looking for.
> Press the button when the name
you want is displayed in the top line.
If there are 5 or fewer entries available
with the letter combination entered, a list
containing these entries will
automatically be displayed.
> Select the desired entry in the list.
Press the Start button to begin route
guidance to the address displayed for
this contact straight away.
You can also display the address shown
for the contact on the map (On map),
store itin fast access mode (Save),
display the route to the destination
(Show route) or call the number
displayed if a phone number is provided
(button with the symbol).
If there are a number of addresses
provided for the chosen contact, you can
select one of them after pressing the
button .
If there are a number of phone numbers
provided for the chosen contact, you can
select one of them after pressing the
button .
The New destination menu
> In the main menu, press the button
New destination.
The menu for new destinations appears. Note:
You may also first have a list displayed
that corresponds to the letter
combination entered. For this purpose,
press the button in the input
menu.
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Layout of the New destination menu
Enter address
The various steps from selecting an
address to starting route guidance can
be carried out using the Enter address
button.
• See “Entering the address” on page 44.
Select Point of Interest
Points of interest such as airports and
ferryports, restaurants, hotels, petrol
stations or public buildings can be
selected and route guidance started
using the Select Point of Interest button.
• See “Points of interest” on page 52.
Travel Guide (model dependent)
With the travel guide, you can select, for
example, MARCO POLO Top-Highlights
or MARCO POLO Insider Tips and start
the guide destination there. See “Travel
Guide (model dependent)” on page 56.
Select on map
With the button Select on map, you can
select a destination directly on the map
and start route guidance.
• See “Selecting a destination from the
map” on page 57.
Enter geo-coordinates
The geographic coordinates for a
destination can be entered and route
guidance started via the Enter ge

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