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color map navigator owner’ s manual eT r ex ® V ista C eTrex Vista C OM Front Cover.indd 1 8/12/2004, 9:52:09 AM.
© Copyright 2004 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151 st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. T el. 913/397.8200 or 800/800.1020 Fax 913/397.8282 Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey , SO51 9DL, U.
i eT rex Vista C Preface Contact Garmin If you should encounter any difﬁ culty while using your eT r ex Vista C, or if you have any questions, in the U.S.A. contact Garmin Product Support by phone at 913-397-8200 or 800-800-1020, Monday – Friday , 8 am – 5 pm Central Time; or at www .
ii eT rex Vista C Software License Agr eement Software License Agr eement BY USING THE eT rex Vista C, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING SOFT - W ARE LICENSE AGREEMENT .
iii eT rex Vista C Introduction The eT rex Vista C complies with Part 15 of the FCC interfer ence limits for Class B digital devices FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. These limits are designed to pr ovide more reasonable pr otection against harm- ful interference in a residential installation, and ar e more stringent than “outdoor” requirements.
iv eT rex Vista C CAUTION: Use the eT rex Vista C at your own risk. T o reduce the risk of unsafe operation, carefully review and understand all aspects of this Owner’ s Manual — and thoroughly practice operation using the Demo Mode prior to actual use.
v eT rex Vista C MAP DA T A INFORMA TION: One of the goals of Garmin is to provide customers with the most complete and accurate cartography that is available to us at a reasonable cost.
vi eT rex Vista C Safety W arnings and Cautions—Read This Fir st! W ARNING: For use in vehicles, it is the sole responsibility of the owner/operator of a vehicle with the eT rex Vista C installed to.
vii eT rex Vista C Introduction T able of Contents Section 1: Introduction...............................................i-vii Preface.........................................................................................i Software License Agreement.
viii eT rex Vista C Introduction Section 4: GPS Featur es ........ .......... .......................68-76 Calendar ...................................................................................68 Alarm Clock .....................................
1 eT rex Vista C Installing the Batteries The eT rex Vista C operates on two “AA” batteries (not included), which are located in the back of the unit. Alkaline or NiMH batteries may be used (see page 56 for setting the battery type). Stored data is not lost when batteries are removed.
2 eT rex Vista C Vista C N GPS Antenna • Provides quick satellite acquisition K ey Functions IN/OUT Zoom K eys • From the Map Page, pr ess to zoom the map in or out. • From any other page, pr ess to scroll. up or down a list or move a high- lighted slider .
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3 eT rex Vista C Getting Started Auxiliary Mount Adapter (Do not discard - retain for use with Garmin Auto, Bik e and Marine Mount Accessories) Belt Clip/Auxiliary Mount Adapter Attachment Location • Accepts a Belt Clip accessory for convenient access when hiking or walking.
4 eT rex Vista C Getting Started Satellite P age displaying a location “Fix” Initialization & the Satellite P age T he eT rex Vista C locates satellites above its position Options Menu Startin.
5 eT rex Vista C Getting Started Initialization & The Satellite P age Map P age with Current P osition Arrow 4. When the receiver has signals from at least three satellites , the display at the top of the page changes to indicate position accuracy and location coordinates .
6 eT rex Vista C Getting Started The Main P age Sequence When you turn on the eT rex Vista C, a “Power On” Page is followed by the Satellite Page (which displays only at start up) and then the Map Page. The Map Page is the ﬁ rst of the four Main Pages in sequence.
7 eT rex Vista C Status Bar Battery Power Auxiliary Power Acquiring Satel- 2-Dimension Navigation 3-Dimension Navigation Alarm is Set USB is Connected Getting Started The Main P age Featur es Status B.
8 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Map P age Using the Map Page The Map Page is the primary navigation feature of the eT rex Vista C. The Map Page displays a detailed map of the area surr ounding your current location. It allows you to pan the map with the ROCKER key and view your progr ess when navigating.
9 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Map P age Zoom In Using Map Page F eatures Use the Zoom IN and OUT keys to change the map scale. Y ou can show more map area with less detail or less map ar ea with more detail. Press and hold to Zoom the map scale rapidly .
10 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Map P age The Map Page Options Menu The Map Page can be changed to display a variety of information for navigation.
11 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Map P age T wo Data Fields Data Field Sub-Menu F our Data Fields List of Data Field Options T hree Data Fields T o display Data Fields: 1. With the Map P age Options Menu displayed, use the ROCKER k ey to highlight the Data Fields option and press ENTER .
12 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Map P age T o display Guidance T ext: 1. With Map P age displayed, press the FIND k ey to display the Map P age Options Menu. 2. Highlight the Guidance T ext Option and press ENTER to display the Guidance T ext Options Menu.
13 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Measuring Distance This Map Page option allows you to determine the distance to a point on the map from your curr ent location. Access the Map Page Options Menu, select “Measure Distance” and press ENTER to activate.
14 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age Compass P age Course P ointer Bearing P ointer T he Compass Ring moves to indicate North orientation. T he Course P ointer indicates your course of travel and the distance you drift off course . T he Bearing P ointer always indicated the direction to your destination.
15 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age The Electronic Compass When you manually turn the Compass Off, it stays of f until you man- ually turn it On again. Sometimes, however , when you tur n the Compass On, the eT rex Vista C overrides the Compass and uses the GPS r eceiver to track your heading.
16 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age Calibrating the Electronic Compass The Electronic Compass must be calibrated outdoors when you ﬁ rst use the eT rex Vista C and after new batteries have been installed.
17 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age Compass P age Options Menu T o use Compass P age Options: Press the MENU key to display the Options Menu. T o use Sight ‘N Go to navigate: 1. Use the QUIT button to access the Compass Page and then use the MENU k ey to access the Options Menu.
18 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age T o stop navigation: Highlight “Stop Navigation” and press ENTER to stop navigating. T o select the Cour se P ointer or the Bearing P ointer: T he “Bearing P ointer” is the factory set default option.
19 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Compass P age Course P ointer Option Show 3 Data Fields Data Field Display Options T o display data ﬁ elds: 1. Press MENU , then highlight the data ﬁ elds option and press ENTER to display the “Show: 3 Data Fields or 4 Data Fields” options .
20 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age The Altimeter Page displays the current elevation, rate of ascent/ descent, a proﬁ le of elevation changes over distance or time, or a pr oﬁ le of pressure changes over time.
21 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age Y ou can customize the “V iew” option displays using the “Zoom Ranges” option to determine time, distance, pressure, and elevation parameters. If you know the correct elevation for your location, you can increase the accuracy of the altimeter using the ‘ Calibrate Altimeter’ option.
22 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age Zoom Ranges Y ou can set the Zoom Ranges for elevation, distance, or time when you display “View Elevation Plot.” Ranges for vertical distance ar e displayed as you press the Up and Down ROCKER keys.
23 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age View P oints Y ou can scr oll through a r ecorded elevation or pr essure pr oﬁ le to view data for any point along the proﬁ le.
24 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age Reset Y ou can reset the elevation data and the maximum elevation data by selecting these “Reset” options from the Altimeter Page Options Menu. T o r eset the elevation data and max elevation ﬁ elds: 1.
25 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Altimeter P age Calibrate Altimeter Because the eT rex Vista C r elies on barometric pr essure to determine elevation, and the pressure at any given elevation can ﬂ uctuate, you can calibrate the altimeter to increase its accuracy .
26 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Mark W aypoint Page The Mark W aypoint Page allows you to mark and recor d your current (or any other) location as a waypoint and displays name for that waypoint and a waypoint symbol. Y ou can mark your current location at any time.
27 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation T o cr eate a waypoint with the map panning arrow: 1. With the Map Page displayed, move the panning arrow (map pointer) to the map item you want use as a w aypoint. If there is information in the mapping database for that location it highlights momentarily and display a name or address .
28 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Editing a W aypoint A waypoint can be selected from the Find Featur e W aypoints list and edited to change the map symbol, name, location coordinates, elevation or to delete it. Refer to page 31 for details on using the Find Feature.
29 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation T o move a W aypoint on the Map P age: 1. Use the Find Feature to display the Information P age for the desired waypoint (refer to page 36). 2. Highlight the “Map” button at the bottom of the page and press ENTER to display the waypoint on the map .
30 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Find Menu Using Find Using the Find Menu The Find Feature pr ovides you with a method for searching for Cities and Exits, which are included in the eT rex V ista C basemaps.
31 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Searching for a location using Find By Name If you know the name of the location you want to find, the Find By Name search option may be the easiest method of sear ching. To ﬁ nd a location using Find By Name: 1. Press the MENU/FIND key to display the Find Menu.
32 eT rex Vista C Using Find GPS Navigation Using the Find Item Information Page When you select a Find item and press the ENTER key , an Informa- tion Page displays with detailed information about the item. This page contains the following information: • A title (if a waypoint, it can be renamed and a map symbol assigned).
33 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Find Information Page Options Menu offers eight options for using a Find Item as a tool for navigation. T o use the Find Item Information P age Options Menu: 1. With an Information page displayed for a Find item, press the MENU k ey to display the Options Menu.
34 eT rex Vista C • Change Reference - Point to a new location on the map Page using the Panning Arrow and pr ess ENTER . • Set Pr oximity - Pr ogram an alarm to sound when you ar e within a speci fied radius of an item defined by the Information Page.
35 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Searching for a W aypoint The W aypoints List is your storage file for all created and saved waypoints. W aypoints are stor ed in alpha/numerical order and ar e also identified by a symbol assigned from a list of symbol types.
36 eT rex Vista C Using Find GPS Navigation Searching for a Geocache The Find Geocache feature allows you to view the list of geocache locations that you have created using the eT rex V ista C or downloaded from your computer .
37 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Searching for a City The Find Cities feature allows you to sear ch for any city listed in the mapping database (either in the basemap or from downloaded detailed mapping data). To ﬁ nd a city: 1. Press and hold the MENU/FIND key to display the Find Menu.
38 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Find Searching for an Inter state Exit The Find Exits feature allows you to sear ch for the nearest Interstate Exits. T o sear ch for Exits: 1. Press and hold the MENU/FIND key to display the Find Menu. Select the Exits icon, then press ENTER to display the Exit List.
39 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Searching for an Address The Find Addresses feature allows you to sear ch for an address if you have downloaded detailed mapping data. Enter the street number , street name and city and the Find Feature matches that data with addresses in the map database.
40 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Find Options Menu Intersection Matches Intersection Info P age Intersections Search P age Searching for an Inter section The Find Intersections feature allows you to sear ch for an intersec- tion if you have downloaded detailed mapping data.
41 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Searching for a P oint of Interest Y ou can use the Find Point of Interest feature to locate a nearby restaurant, lodging, landmark, public building, park, etc.
42 eT rex Vista C The Main Menu is the directory for all unit features not in the Main Page sequence. Use the ROCKER key to highlight a feature name and then press ENTER to display the featur e page. • Satellite - This feature allows you to observe the status of overhead GPS satellites.
43 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The T rip Computer P age Big Numbers Option Select “Change Data Fields” or press the ROCKER k ey to highlight a ﬁ eld you want to change . Options Menu Using the T rip Computer Page The T rip Computer Page provides you with a wide variety of travel data that is useful when navigating long distances.
44 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using a T rack Log The T racks feature creates an electr onic trail on the map page as you travel about and is referred to as a T rack Log. A track log contains informa- tion about points along its path, including time, position and elevation.
45 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using T racks 5. Highlight the “Record Method” ﬁ eld and press ENTER to display the Distance , T ime and Auto options . Because a tr ack is made of a series of points that deﬁ ne your path of travel, they can be placed a speciﬁ ed “Distance” apart or placed at a “T ime” interval you specify .
46 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using T racks Saved T rack Page 4. T he Saved T r ack P age allows you to rename the tr ack, view the track distance , view the calculated area encompassed by the track (an area is deﬁ ned even if the track is open ended), and specify a color for the track when displayed on the map page (Show On Map).
47 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using T racks T rack Profiles A T rack Elevation Profile can be created fr om any saved track. A T rack Profile page displays when you select “Pr ofile.” Digital Elevation Models (DEM) maps can also be used to create track pr ofiles.
48 eT rex Vista C T o use the T racBack feature: 1. With the Saved T racks P age for the track or the T rack Log displayed, highlight the T r acBack button and press ENTER to display the T racBack P age . 2. A map showing the entire track appears and you are prompted to select the point you want to T r acBack to .
49 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Routes Creating and Using a Route W ith routes, you can cr eate a sequence of intermediate waypoints that lead you to your ﬁ nal destination. The eT rex Vista C stores 50 r outes, with up to 250 waypoints each.
50 eT rex Vista C Using Routes GPS Navigation Methods of navigating to a destination: • When you activate the “Go T o” button on the Information Page for a User W aypoint or other Find Menu items, the eT rex V ista C creates a straight path (point to point) from your curr ent location to that location.
51 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Routes List of T urns for an Active Route using the “F ollow Roads” option Preview of T urn 4 of 9 T urns on a Route Navigating a Route After you have created a r oute, you can begin navigation immediately .
52 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Routes Route Leg T ransition Options Saved Routes Options Route on the map will transition to the next leg point when you are within a 1 mile radius of that point. Route Options T o delete the r oute: 1. Access the Saved Routes Page from the Main Menu and press the MENU k ey to display the Options Menu.
53 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Using Routes Route Detail P age Options Menu Route W aypoint Options Menu Route Vertical Proﬁ le using U .S . T opo 24K DEM mapping data Using the Route Detail Page Options: T o r emove all waypoints: 1. Press the MENU key to display the Options Menu.
54 eT rex Vista C The Highway P age GPS Navigation The Highway Page When you are navigating a r oute, the Highway Page can guide you to the destination using data fields and a graphic highway . Up to four user - selectable data fields display information such as speed, distance, time to next point on the route, etc.
55 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation The Setup Menu Setup Menu The Setup Menu The Setup Menu allows you to customize the eT rex Vista C to your personal preferences. Each setup page is identified by an icon. Highlight an icon and press ENTER to view that setup page.
56 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Display Setup The Display Setup Page allows you to select a screen display color scheme for day and night viewing. Y ou can set the backlight timeout and the level of brightness, which can significantly save battery power .
57 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation T ones Setup The T ones Setup Page allows you to customize the signal tones for a variety of unit features. T o use the T ones Setup featur e: 1. Access the T ones Setup Page . 2. Use the ROCKER key to highlight the feature for which you want to set a tone and press ENTER to display the options menu.
58 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Map Setup T he “General Settings” Map Setup Page Many of the Setup fea- tures use the same type of option lists: Off/On, Most to Least, Small to Large , a scale from 20 feet to 500 miles and a k eypad for numerical data entry .
59 eT rex Vista C Map Setup - General Settings The ﬁ rst page of the Map Setup feature is the General Settings Page. Use this page to select the map orientation. “Below” sets the map scale at which the T rack Up feature displays; all scales above that revert to the North Up map orientation.
60 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Map Setup T he “T ext Settings” Map Setup P age T he “Map Information” Map Setup P age T he “Marine Settings” Map Setup P age Map Setup - T ext Settings The fourth page of the Map Setup feature is the T ext Settings Page.
61 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Routing Setup Routing Setup P age F ollow Road Options Routing Setup Options Calculation Method Options Routing Setup The Routing Setup Page allows you to customize how routing func- tions behave. There are setup and option menus for r oute creation and methods of navigation.
62 eT rex Vista C Geocache Setup The Geocache Setup Page allows you to find and recor d items hidden at geographic locations. Refer to the Garmin website www .garmin.com , for details and directions for downloading geocache locations fr om the internet.
63 eT rex Vista C Time Setup The T ime Setup Page allows you to set the correct time for your geographic location. T o use the Time Setup feature: 1. Access the T ime Setup Page . 2. Highlight the T ime Format ﬁ eld and press ENTER to choose from 12 or 24 (Military T ime) hour formats .
64 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Heading Setup The Heading Setup Page allows you to specify the type of heading display and the type of North Reference used to calculate your heading. Unless you have a working knowledge of Headings and North Referenc- ing, it is recommended that you use the default values.
65 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Altimeter Setup Altimeter Setup The Altimeter Setup Page allows you to setup the Altimeter to self- calibrate each time you turn on the unit, to function as a barometer or to manually calibrate when you have accurate elevation or pressure data.
66 eT rex Vista C Welcome P age Setup The W elcome Page Setup Page allows you to insert a message on the W elcome Page (the first page to display when you tur n the unit on). 1. Access the W elcome P age Setup P age. 2. Use the keypad at the base of the screen to enter your welcome message .
67 eT rex Vista C GPS Navigation Pro ximity W aypoints The Proximity W aypoints Page allows you to establish waypoints that have alarm circles ar ound them at specified distances. The alarm helps you to avoid locations that are restricted or hazar dous.
68 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Calendar The Calendar allows you to view the following for any given day and location: Sunrise/Sunset times, moon phase, Hunt and Fish probabilities, archived waypoints for activities you want to navigate to and a day , week or month format display .
69 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Alarm Clock The Alarm Clock Feature allows you to use your eT rex V ista C as an alarm clock. Y ou can choose fr om differ ent alarm tones, and use the “Snooze” feature to delay the alarm for an additional seven minutes.
70 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Stopwatch This feature allows you to use the eT rex V ista C as a stopwatch, which includes a lap timer . Y ou can choose to have the unit recor d the lap time based on distance. T o start the stopwatch: Use the ROCKER k ey to highlight the “Start” ﬁ eld and then press ENTER .
71 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Sun and Moon The Sun and Moon T ables pr ovide you with a graphic depiction of the sun and moon relative to the Earth. Sun and moon positions can be displayed for any time, date and location on Earth.
72 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Hunt and Fish The Hunt and Fish T ables pr ovide you with a listing of predicted best times for hunting and fishing for a chosen date and location. T o display hunting and ﬁ shing pr edictions: 1. Access the Hunt and Fish Page from the Main Menu.
73 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Games The eT rex Vista C pr ovides games as an entertainment feature. Several of these games employ GPS. T o select and play a game: 1.
74 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Virtua Maze This GPS game creates a virtual maze on the screen. Y ou are placed at a central position in the maze and must explore the maze collecting flags. The lower right corner of the screen tells you how many flags remain.
75 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Nibbons In this GPS game, you must walk around the boar d collecting the flags as they appear . As you walk, your “tail” grows. Y ou may travel anywhere on the screen but you cannot walk on your tail, or you lose a life.
76 eT rex Vista C GPS Featur es Beast Hunt Although not a true GPS game, Beast Hunt requires some naviga- tion skills. Y ou must find and defeat the dragon with an arr ow before it breathes fire at you or you fall into one of the pits while navigating a maze of platforms.
77 eT rex Vista C Appendix Accessories (Included with the Unit) W rist Strap - Provides convenient method for carrying the unit. USB Interface Cable - Provides connection to a PC for data transfer and auxiliary power . Includes MapSource T rip and W aypoint Manager CD-ROM with USB Drivers .
78 eT rex Vista C Appendix Installing the Belt Clip , Auxillary Mount Adapter and Carry Lanyard Back of eT rex Vista C Belt Clip (attaches to belt or waistband) Wrist Strap Installation USB P ower/Dat.
79 eT rex Vista C Appendix PHYSICAL Case: Rugged, fully gask eted, water resistant, IEC- 60529 IPX7 (Submersible 1 meter @ 30 minutes) Size: 4.2”H x 2.
80 eT rex Vista C Appendix GPS Accuracy P osition: < 15 meters (49 feet), 95% typical 2 Velocity: 0.05 meter/sec steady state DGPS Accuracy P osition: 3-5 meters (10-16 feet), 95% typical V elocity: 0.
81 eT rex Vista C Appendix Data Field Options The following list provides a brief description of each data field option. Some of these options are supported only by devices interfaced to your eT rex Vista C. Accuracy GPS - The current accuracy of you GPS determined location.
82 eT rex Vista C Appendix Data Field Options Distance - Next - The distance to the next point on a route. Distance - Destination - The entire distance, fr om beginning to end, of a route. ET A - Next - The estimated time of arrival at the next point on your route, if you maintain your curr ent speed and course.
83 eT rex Vista C Appendix Data Field Options Odometer - The total distance you have traveled for all trips. Off Course - The distance off your dir ect course line, right or left. Pointer - The arrow that indicates the dir ection to travel to the next point on a route.
84 eT rex Vista C Appendix Data Field Options Time of Day - The current time and date. It can be displayed in 12 or 24 hour format in local time or universal (UTC) time. T o Course - Y our direction of travel to get back on course. T rip Odometer - The running total of distance traveled since the T rip Computer was reset.
85 eT rex Vista C Appendix Connecting the eT rex V ista C to a Computer Universal Serial Bus (USB) P ort Lift Cover Interfacing the eT rex Vista C The eT rex Vista C is pr ovided with interface connection to a PC using the USB connector cable provided with the unit.
86 eT rex Vista C Appendix Downloading MapSource Map Data Garmin MapSource CD-ROM’ s offer a variety of detailed mapping data and navigation information. MapSource is also an excellent medium for storage and safety backup of P ersonal W aypoints , Routes and Saved T racks .
87 eT rex Vista C Appendix This chart is provided to help you determine the time of fset settings for your current location if it is not in one of the time zones listed on the T ime Setup Page. T o change the UTC Offset, access the Main Menu, then Setup and then open the T ime Setup Page.
88 eT rex Vista C What ar e Map Datums , and which should I use? A datum is a mathematical model of the Earth which approximates the shape of the Earth and enables calculations to be carried out in a consistent and accurate manner . The datum is physically represented by a framework of ground monuments (i.
89 eT rex Vista C Appendix Appendix E Loran TD Setup T o set up Lor an TD from the Setup Menu: 1. Press the MENU key twice to display the Main Menu, then press again to display the Setup Menu. 2. Use the ROCKER key to highlight the Location icon and press ENTER to display the Location Setup P age .
90 eT rex Vista C Appendix What is W AAS? The W ide Area Augmentation System (W AAS) is an F .A.A. funded project to impr ove the overall integrity of the GPS signal. It is a space- based system that broadcasts integrity information and corr ection data as determined by ground r eference stations (see DGPS below).
91 eT rex Vista C Appendix Index A Accessories 77 Accuracy Circle 9 Activate a Route 50 Alarm Clock 69 Arrow , Panning 9 AutoZoom 59 B Backlight T imeout 7, 56 Backlighting On/Off 7, 56 Battery Level .
92 eT rex Vista C Appendix Index P Page Sequence Setup 57 Panning (Map) 27 Position Format 64, 88 Projecting a W aypoint 29 Proximity W aypoints 65 R Reset T rip Page 43 Routes 49-53 Creating 49 Copyi.
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