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Gps 10 Garmin Manual

Y ou can also tilt the GSC10 closer to either magnet for improved alignment. 2. Press the Reset button on the GSC10. The LED light turns red, then green. Pedal to test the sensor alignment. The red LED blinks each time the crank arm passes the sensor, and the green LED blinks each time the wheel magnet passes the sensor arm. Note: The LED blinks for the ?rst 60 passes after a reset. Press Reset again if you require additional passes. 3. When everything is aligned and working correctly, tighten the cable ties, sensor arm, and spoke magnet. ? Install the GSC10 Sensor Place the GSC10 on the rear chain stay (the side opposite of the drive train). Loosely attach the GSC10 using two cable ties.Make sure the pedal magnet is within 5 mm of the GSC10, and the indication line on the pedal magnet is aligned with the indication line on the GSC10.Install the Spoke Magnet Attach the spoke magnet by unscrewing the magnet from the plastic piece. Then place the spoke in the groove of the plastic piece and tighten slightly. The magnet can face away from GSC10 if there is not enough room between the sensor arm and spoke. Make sure the magnet is aligned with the sensor arm indication line.ManualsPDF. ru. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual and o f any revi sion to thi s manual onto a ha rd drive o r other elect ronic stora ge m edium to be viewed and to p rint one copy of this manual or of any re vision heret o, provided t hat such elect ronic or printed co py of thi s manual o r revision m ust contain t he com plete text of this copy right not ice and provided fu rther that a ny unaut horized com mercial di stribution o f this m anual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Information in this document is subj ect to change without notice. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make ch anges in the content witho ut obligation to notify an y person or organizati on of such cha nges or im provem ents.

Although t he GPS 10 is a precision el ectronic NAVigation AID (NAVAID), any NAVAID can be misused or mi sinterpreted, and th erefore becom e unsafe. Use these products at y our own risk. To reduce the risk, carefully review and und erstand all aspects of these Tech nical Specifications before using the GPS 10. When in actual use, carefu lly compare indications from the GPS to all available navigation s ources includi ng the inform ation fr om other N AVAIDs, vi sual sighti ngs, charts, et c. For safet y, always resolve any discre pancies before continuing na vigation. FCC Compliance The GPS 10 complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class B digital devices FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. These limits are de signed to prov ide reasonable protection against harmful interferen ce in a residential installation, and are more stringent than “outdoor” requirements. Operation of this devi ce is subject to the foll owing co nditions: (1) This device m ay not cause ha rmful interference, and (2) this device m ust accept any inte rference received, including i nterference that m ay cause undesired op eration. This equipm ent generat es, uses and ca n radi ate radio fre quency ene rgy and, i f not i nstalled and used in accordance with the instructions, m ay cause harm ful interference to ra dio communications. However, t here is no guarantee that interference will not occu r in a pa rticular installation. Unauth orized repai rs or m odifications c ould res ult in permanent damage to the equipment, and void your warranty and your authority to operate this device under Part 15 regul ations. This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Within this period, Garmin w ill at its sole option, repa ir or replace any components that fail in normal use.

Such repairs or replacem ent w ill be made at no charge t o the custom er for parts or labor, provided that the customer shall be responsi ble fo r any transportation cost. This warranty does not cover failures due to abuse, m isuse, accide nt or unauthorized alteration or repairs.Garmin retains the e xclusive right to repair or repl ace the unit or soft ware or offer a full refund of the purchase price at its so le discretion. SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIV E REMEDY FOR ANY BRE ACH OF WARRANT Y. To obtain warranty service, contact your local Garmin author ized dealer. Or call Garmin Custom er Service at one of t he numbers sh own below, f or shippin g instructions and an RM A tracking number. The unit should be secu rely packed with the tracking nu mber clearly written on the o utside of the package. The unit should then be sent, freigh t charges prepaid, to any Garmin warranty service station. A copy of the orig inal sales receipt is required as t he pr oof of purchase for wa rranty repairs. Base d on the proven technology found in other Garm in 12-channel GPS r eceive rs, the GPS 10 trac ks up to 12 satellites at a time while provi ding fast time-t o-first-fi x, one-second navigati on update s, and lo w power c onsumpt ion. This g eneration of GPS sensors adds the capability o f FAA Wide Area Au gmentation System (WAAS) di fferential GPS. The GPS 10’s far-reaching capability meets the sensitivity requ ir ements of land navigation as well as the dynamics requirements of hig h-perform ance aircraft. The hardware capability combined with software intelligence makes the GPS 10 easy to integrate and use. The GPS 10 series products are designed to with stand rugg ed operating conditio ns and are waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX7, immersion in 1 m eter of water for 30 m inutes. This com plete GPS receiver requires no additional components to be supplied by an OEM or sy stem integrator.

It is pr ovided with an internal rechar geable battery and 12 V DC charg ing adap ter. The only requirements are a 1 2 Volt DC power source and a clear view of the GPS satellites. Internal FLASH memory allows th e GPS to retain critical data such as satellite orbital parameters, last-known position, da te and time. New software revisio ns available through W eb site download. The docum ent is located on the Garm in Web site at: mmProtocol.html. See also Appendix B: Binary Phase Output Format for additional information concerning access to raw pse udo-range and carrier phase data from the GPS 10. Refer to the GARMIN GPS Interface Specification for details on the GARMIN in terface. Allows initialization of information such as expected position, date, time, earth datum, and differential mode. The foll owing drawing s how exampl e geom etry for mounting ha rdware in case you wish to design yo ur own c ustom mount. Figure 1 shows the m ounting footpri nt. Figure 2 shows ope rational characteristics of the GPS 10. Figure 1. GPS 10 Bottom Case Dimensions Figure 2. GPS 10 Operational Characteri stics. A Page 8 3 GPS 10 SOFTWARE INTERFACE The interface pr otocol de sign of t he GPS 10 pr oduct is based on the Nati onal Marine Electronics Association’s NMEA 0103 ASCII interface specifica tion. This standard is fully defi ned in NMEA 0103, Version 2.30. Co pies may be obtained from NM EA, www.nm In addition to the stand ard NMEA 0103 sentences, the GPS 10 may also be configured to transmit information over their serial in terface using NMEA 0103 compliant Garmin proprietar y sentences. It is also possible to configure the GPS 10 to transmit binary phase data information ov er their serial interface. See Appendix B: Binary Phase Output Format for details. The following sections describe th e NMEA 0103 data format of each sentence transmitted and received by the GPS 10 product. 3.

1 RECEIVED NMEA 0103 SENTENCES The following paragraphs define the sente nces that can be received on the GPS se nsors’ port. Null fields in the configuration senten ce indicate no chang e in th e partic ular configur ation pa rameter. Al l sentences received by the GPS se nsor must be terminated with, the ASCII chara cters for carriage return (0D hexadecima l) and line feed (0A hexadeci mal). It is generally not required in normal PC environments. The hex representation must be a capital letter, such as 3D instead of 3d. Number of current ALM sentence. This field ca n be null or any num ber when sendin g almanac to the GPS sensor. Satellite PRN number, 01 to 32 GPS week num ber SV health, bits 17 - 24 of each almanac page Eccentricity Almanac reference tim e Inclination angle Rate of right ascension Root of sem i ma jor axis Omega, argument of perigee Longitude of asce nsion node Mean anomaly af0 clock param eter af1 clock param eter. Receipt of t his sentence by the GPS sensor ca uses the software to restart the satellite acquisition process. If there ar e no errors in the sentence, it will be echoe d upon receipt. If an e rror is detected, the echoed PGRMI sentence will contain the current default v alues. Config uration parameters are stored in non-volatile memory and retained between power cycles. The GPS sensor will echo this sentence upon its receipt if no errors are detected. If an er ror is detected, the echoed PGRMC sentence will contain the curren t default values. If t he user dat um index (96) is s pecified, fiel ds throug h must contain vali d values. Ot herwise, fields thro ugh m ust be null. Re fer to Appen dix A Earth Datum s for a lis t of earth datums and t he corresp onding eart h datum index. Configuration parameters are stored in non-volatile memory and retained between power cycles. The GPS sensor will echo this sentence upon its receipt if no errors are detect ed.

If an error is detected, the echoed PGRMC1 sentence will contain the current defau lt valu es. If the G PS sensor is in the Binary data mode, it is necessary to send the following eight-byte data stream to tem porarily change the data format to NMEA 0103. A Page 11 3.2 TRANSMITTED NMEA 0103 SENTENCES The subsequent parag raphs define the senten ces that can be tran smitted by the GPS 10. 3.2.1 Sentence Transmission Rate Sentences are transmitted with respect to the user selected baud rate. The GPS sensor will transm it each sentence (except where note d in particular transmitted sentence descriptions) at a periodic rat e based on t he user sel ected baud rate a nd user se lected output sentences. The GPS sensor will transmit the selected sentences co ntiguously. Maximum Char acters GPRMC ? 74 GPGGA ? 82 GPGSA ? 66 GPGSV ? 70 PGRME ? 35 GPGLL 44 GPVTG 42 PGRMV 32 PGRMF 82 PGRMB ? 40 PGRMT Once per m inute 50 Table 1: NMEA 0103 Output Sentence Order and Size Baud Characters per Second 300 30 600 60 1200 120 2400 240 4800 480 9600 960 19200 1920 38400 3840 Table 2: Characters per Seco nd for Available Baud Rates The maxim um number of fields al lowed in a si ngle sente nce is 82 characte rs includin g delimi ters. The factory set defaults will result in a once per second transmission at the NMEA 0103 specification transmission rate o f 4800 baud. Regardless of the selected baud rate, the information transmitted by the GPS sens or is referenced to the one-pulse-per-sec ond output pulse immediately preceding the GPRMC se ntence, or whichever sente nce is output first in the b urst (see Tabl e 2 above). 3.2.2 Transmitted Time The GPS sensor outputs UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) date and time of day in th e transmitted sentences. Before the initial positio n fix, the on-board clock prov ides the date and time of day.

After the initial position fix, the date and time of day are calculated us ing GPS satellite information and are synchronized with th e one-pulse-p er-second output. A Page 12 The GPS sensor uses information obtained from the GPS satellites to add or delete UTC leap seconds and correct the transmitted date and ti me of day. The transmitted date and time of day for leap second correction follow the gu idelines in “National Institu te of Standard s and Technology Special Publica tion 432 (Revised 1990) ” (for sale by t he Superint endent of Docum ents, U.S. Governm ent Printi ng Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, U.S.A.). When a positive leap second is required, one second is inserted at the beginning of the first hour (0h 0m 0s) of the day that the positive leap is oc curring. The minute containing the leap second is 61 seconds long. The minute containing the leap second will be only 59 seconds long. Upon receipt of this comm and, the GPS se nsor will transmit available almanac information on GP ALM sentences. Additional satellites in view information must be sent in subsequent bursts of NMEA 0103 data. A Page 19 APPENDIX B: BINARY PHASE OUTPUT FORMAT In binary phase output mode, GPS 10 series products will transmit two types of packets once p er second. One record con tains primarily post-process informati on such as position and velocity information. The second record contains receive r meas urem ent information. For the GPS 10, the records are sent at a default baud rate of 9600 ba ud, 8 data bits, a nd no parity. At the time of this printing, these specs are availabl e from the technical supp port section of our Web site: mmProtocol.html.) For the GPS 10, the two records must be enabled i ndependentl y by comm ands to the unit (Refe r to the GARMIN GPS Interface Specification US B Addendum for details on how to form and pa rse Garmin packets over USB.

The data portion of the p acket should be one of the following: Function Command (b ase 10) Position Record On 49 Position Record Off 50 Receiver Measurement Record On 110 Receiver Measurement Record Off 111 Note that the satellite data information is also en abled when the position record is enabled. Records sent over RS2 32 begin with a delim iter byte (10 hex). The second byte ident ifies the rec ord type (33 hex for a position record, 34 he x for a receiver m easurement and 72 he x for a satellite data record). The third byte indicates the size of the data. The fourth byte is the first byte of data. The data is then followed by a checksum byte, a del imiter by te (10 he x), and an end-of-trans missi on character (0 3 hex). Additionally, any DLEs ( 0x10) that a ppear betwee n the delimeters are escape d with a second DLE. There is sample code at the end of this section that will strip off the DLEs and ETXs. A description of each rec ord follows. Satellite Data Record The satellite data has a record ID of 0x 72 with 84 (0x54) data bytes. The d ata bytes contain the data for th e 12 channels as described below. For each satellite, th e following data is available: typedef struct. When that happens, Windows l oads dri vers for the Serial BallPoint M ouse. This cau ses the cursor to move e rra tically about the display, clicking, right clicking, double clic king, drag ging and d ropping display ed item s as it goes. On Window s 2000 a nd Windo ws XP, you may not experience the prob lem if you wait until af ter the computer is booted before connecting the GPS 10 to the serial comm unications port. This problem is not specifi c to the GPS 10. Any NMEA 0103 device connected to a Windows c ompute r’s serial port is likely to cause this problem. Below are several possible sol utions to t his problem.

If you wish to use a different navigation software application with your GPS 10, you will need to de-select the “Phase Output Data” option that is discu ssed in Solution 3 below. Solution 1: The easiest solution is to disable the Serial BallPoint mouse in the Device Manager. Of course, this solution assumes that you do not need to use a Serial Ball Point m ouse with your computer. When the wild mouse problem occurs fo llow the steps below. 1. Unplug the DB9 connector. 2. Right-click on the My Com puter ic on on your d esktop an d select Prope rties to open Device Manage r 3. Go to the hardware tab of the resulting pop -up window and click on the Device Man ager button. 4. Right-click on the Serial BallPoint Mouse a nd choose the opt ion to di sable (NOT u ninstall) thi s device. Solution 2: Do not plug the DB9 connector into the computer until the compu ter is turned on and the operating sy stem is completely booted up and run ning. This solu tion usually works on Windows 2000 and Windows XP computers. Solution 3: Change the default output of the GPS 10 so that it does not automatically send NMEA 0103 data to the com puter (cha nge the defa ult config ura tion to enable “Phase Output Data”). Please note that by enabling “Phase Output Da ta,” the device will no longer appea r as a NMEA 0103 device to your computer. Refer to Appendix D: Sensor Configuratio n Software for complete information about down loading the Sensor Confi guration S oftware ap plication. After the Sensor Configuration Software is installed and running on your computer, follow th e steps below to change the default data output of the GPS 10. 1. Select the GPS 10 from the list of sensors and click OK. A Page 24 4. Select the Serial Port to which the GPS 10 is connected. Select Auto to ha ve the pro gram automatically determine the Baud Rate, or select Manual to manually select the Baud Rate of the GPS 10. The unit will keep th is change in the programming until you change it again in the software.

The new configuratio n is then loaded into the GPS 10. 11. You may di sconnect and cl ose the soft ware when finished. T he software co nfiguratio n can also be saved for future reference. A Page 25 APPENDIX D: SENSOR CO NFIGURATION SOFTWARE SNSRCFG configures the GPS sensors based on user-s el ected param eters. Some application features include the ability to download GPS sensor configuration, maintain different configurations in files, and perform GPS se nsor con figurations quickly wi th the use of one fu nction key. This section provides a brief ove rview of t he Sensor C onfigurati on Softwa re. Refer t o this sectio n when using the s oftware to c onfigure yo ur Garm in sensor. Downloading the Sensor Configuration Software The Garmin Sensor Configuration Software ( SNSRCFG.exe) is available from the Garmin Web site. To download the software, start at, select the GPS 10, an d then select Software Updates. The Garm in Sensor Co nfiguration Soft ware (SNSRCFG.e xe) is included in t he software up date download. Selecting a Model After opening the program (snsrcfg.exe), the fo llowing screen appears. Select the radio button ne xt to the type of Garmin sensor you are co nfiguring. Connecting to the Sensor After selecting the type of sensor, t he following wind ow opens. Thi s is the Ma in Interface Screen for the program. Select Auto to have the program automatically determine the Baud Rate, or select Manual to manually select the Baud Rate of the GPS 10. The cur rent program ming of t he sensor is displayed in the window shown to the right. File Menu The File Menu allows you to open, sav e, and print sensor configurations. The items in the File Menu work like most Windows-based progr ams. A Page 26 Comm Menu The Comm (Communicat ion) Menu al lows you t o set the port n umber, ba ud rate, and t hen connect a nd disconnect from the sensor. Setup: Opens the Comm Setup Window, shown to the left.

Select the Serial Port to which the sens or is connected f rom the dr op- down list. Then select Auto (the program determines the baud rate on its own) or Manual (you then en ter the baud rate) for the Baud Rate entry. Connect: Select Connect to connect to the sensor to change or view the configuratio n. Disconnect: Select Disconnect to di sconnect from the sensor. Config Menu The Config (Configuration) Menu allows you configure the sensor as it is connected. Sensor Configuration (F6): Opens the Sensor Configurati on Win dow, shown to the right. Ma ny of the fields in this window should be left alone. Please refer to the beginning of this manual for clarification about some of these fields. For the most part, this window is used to enter a new Latitude, Longitud e, and Altitude for the sensor. This is especially he lpful when you are programm ing the senso r for use in a particular geograph ic location. Resetting the Unit (Reset Unit) performs a reset on the unit, much like cycling the power. Resetting the non-vo latile memory (Reset NonVol) will clear all of the data from the non-volatile memory. NMEA Sentence Selec tions (F7): Displays the NMEA Sentence Selections Window. If the sentence is enabled, a check m ark appear s in the box to the left of the sentence nam e. Click t he box to e nable or di sable to the sentence. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Indus trial Estate, Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2 nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan Part Number 190-00516-00 Rev. A Get Configuration Fr om GPS (F8): Ret rieves the c urrent pro gramming f rom the se nsor. The programmi ng is then di splayed i n the M ain Inte rface Window. Send Configuration To GPS (F9): Sen ds the changes you have m ade to the pro grammi ng to the sens or. Switch to NMEA Mode (F10): Switches the unit to NMEA Mode. The sensor m ust be in NMEA Mode when connected to this software. Switch to Garmin Mode (F11): Switches the unit to Garmin Mode.

Update So ftware (F12): After you have do wnloaded a new soft ware versi on for the sens or, you can update the sensor with the new software. Select Update Soft ware and then select the file using the Open dialog box. You can also customize ho w the prog ram looks by showi ng and hi ding the Toolbar a nd Status B ar. Help Menu The Help Menu display s the softwa re versio n and c opyright in form ation. This easy to use navigation device will indicate your current position and lay digital breadcrumbs showing where you've been. You can attach this GPS to many different items with a variety of optional mounts. This unit utilizes both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quicker signal acquisition so you get a fix on your position approximately 20 times faster than GPS alone. The receiver also can interpret Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) signals so you can receive information from terrestrial antennas even when your view of the sky is obstructed. The WAAS system also provides greater position accuracy overall. Adding to the GPS technologies, this device also features HotFix satellite prediction which uses an algorithm to mimic the movement of the Earth. This technology allows the receiver to quickly regain satellite connection after a couple days of non-use, eliminating long initialization times. A worldwide basemap is stored on the unit's internal memory so you will always have an idea of where you are. The eTrex 10 features built-in paperless geocaching software, so you can transfer your data to your computer with the supplied USB cord or upload it onto the Web. The unit's screen displays key information, including location, terrain, cache difficulty rating, and hints and descriptions of hiding spots. All of this means no more manually entering coordinates and paper printouts for your geocaching hobby. You can store up to 1000 waypoints on the receiver's built-in memory as well as 10,000 points, 100 saved tracks.

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To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Bruce Mcelheron 4.0 out of 5 stars Maybe I misunderstood what was written on the website as to the purpose of the book.I will need to look around for a better user manual.It covers the whole range of Garmin handheld GPS thus for the majority of readers there is masses of content which is not applicable. The general explanations covering how GPS works are helpful. Perhaps the publication requires some updating with refinement of content to the latest versions of GPS handhelds.If you are interested in playing around with Garmin GPS devices (GPS is a sort of hobby for many), you probably want to get it, and the 4 star rating is for you. However, if you want a book about GPS in general or about brands other than Garmin, this isn't the book you want. Much of the book amounts to a more detailed owner's manual than what Garmin gives you. It covers handheld units pretty well but is not intended for other GPS device categories like aviation. In covering many different models, it also accomplishes a lot of comparison between their user interfaces and other features. I like that it does a better job than Garmin's manuals of explaining how to think about the user interface - that is, the strategy behind it. There's also info on using Garmin software, and some explanitory info on things like DGPS and WAAS, the NMEA interface, external antennas, and similar related stuff. There's an entire chapter on secret keystroke sequences that access undocumented abilities (not that these are all that powerful). I would have liked more of this ancilliary information, more depth and variety, but did appreciate what there was. One unusual downside: this book may have the most typo's of any I've read.

But that hasn't interfered much with using it.I did learn many things from it. One thing, though, is that it tries to cover a very wide range of units, this leads to a lot of variations in the instructions and it gets pretty repetitive. There are also a large number of typos in the book. This really didn't take too much away from the value of the book but it didn't improve it either. If you have a Garmin handheld then I would recommend this book.