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Tripmeter RC 6+ : H-101  

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Installation and Configuration Instructions.

User Guide.

Some of tripmeter’s functions can completely change tripmeter work if used inappropriately.

Learn how to operate multimeter and his functions in the home setting.  Testing functions and learning how to operate the device during a rally may spoil achieving good result.

This manual specifies the use of the device and the method of installation and configuration. It can not replace the professional preparation of the person making the assembly, knowledge of vehicle electrics and health and safety rules. The manufacturer guarantees the quality of the product, however, has no influence on the conditions and way of use it.

* Content marked [gps] applies only for the version with built-in GPS module

** only for the device with the purchased Azimuth option

*** advanced mode

Table of Contents

Description of the tripmeter

Installation instructions

Mounting

Opis złącz

Description of connections

Connection

Connection to the repeater

Configuration instruction

Start-up screen

Signalling LEDs

GPS

RUN

P1 - P2

On/off switch

Opening the configuration menu

Configuration menu

The list of abbreviations describing measured parameters

Configuration of distance measurements

Vehicle’s calibration coefficient.

Menu kalibracja

Calibration according to the known distance

Calibration value measurement function

Entering calibration value

Auto-calibration function with the help of GPS system *

Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

Checking the value of active coefficient

Calibration menu with turned on parameter MULTIk = ON

The azimuth routing configuration

Manual recording of azimuths and distances into the tripmeter’s memory.

Viewing memory points while entering data

Deleting single points

Deleting all the points.

Creating file with azimuths on a PC

Copying file to the tripmeter

Operations

List of measured parameters in particular modes

Getting started in standard mode

Getting started in advanced mode ***

Operations of functions and use of buttons

Starting measurements from the standby screen

Deleting short route

Switching between Approach Route, OS and Azimuth modes **

Adjusting the screen and button backlight

Changing the sensor input during measurement

Change of calibration coefficient – only when Multi k - ON

Correction of the active coefficient

Calibration according to the known distance

Exit to start screen

Changing the parameter screened in the display window

Emergency route count switchover from pulses to GPS

Rapid ODO route correction

Deleting ODO route

Full ODO route correction

Sending parameters to the repeater

Bringing on functions not visible on the displays

Function operations and use of buttons in OS mode ( Stage ) ***

Starting measurements in OS mode

Deleting STOPWATCH TIME.

Stopping counting the Stopwatch time.

AZI function operation *, ** in Approach Route mode

Azimuth routing in Approach Route mode

Return to tripmeter function after reaching waypoint

Function operations and use of buttons in Azimuth mode ( AZI ) ***

Azimuth routing in Azimuth mode

Start of measurements in Azimuth mode

Technical and operating data

Notes on usage

Number and registration of the tripmeter

Warranty


Description of the tripmeter

A description of the tripmeter can be found on its website.

H-101

Installation instructions

Mounting

H-101

Tripmeter has eight mounting holes on the back of the housing. Device comes with 4 mounting brackets. Mounting holes have M4 thread.

Opis złącz

Description of connections

Connector

pin number

Power supply connector 9 PIN male

Communication and accessories connector 9 PIN female

1

Supply voltage 10-30V

Supply voltage 10-30V

2

ground

ground

3

ignition switch

RS232 RXD

4

speed signal P1

RS232 TXD

5

speed signal P2

ground

6

external reset 1

output 1 / RED

7

external reset 2  ( inactive )

output 2 / GREEN

8

reverse signal

output 3 / BLUE

9

Free

Connection

Connection to the vehicle circuit should be made via a cable included in the tripmeter set, according to the diagram on our website’s Support>Instruction section.

Connector

pin number

Power supply connector 9 PIN male

Cable colour in the bunch

1

Supply voltage 10-30V

red

2

ground

brown

3

ignition switch

yellow

4

speed signal P1

white

5

speed signal P2

rose

6

external reset 1

blue

7

external reset 2  ( inactive )

green

8

reverse signal

gray

9

Free

Connection to the repeater

Connecting to the repeater requires a cable with appropriate connectors. If you concurrently connect the tripmeter with the repeater and an external device, such as Garmin, you must use a signal splitter.

Cable name

Tripmeter cable L-100/L-51 to repeater Rally computer 3

Tripmeter cable L-100/L-51 to repeater L-51

Tripmeter cable L-100/L-51 to adapter RL

Adapter RL

Configuration instruction

Start-up screen

Start-up screen of the device is an operating condition in which no measurements are made. To get the start-up screen from any operating mode of the tripmeter press for six seconds the MENU button.

For all displays are lit dashes.

Purpose of the start-up screen:

Signalling LEDs

GPS

LED indicates GPS mode - flashing red means signal search, continuous red means the presence of a GPS signal and the number of satellites is in the range of 5 to 9 satellites, which means that GPS signal is sufficient for tripmeter operation. Blue LED indicates a signal of the highest precision - the number of satellites is greater than nine.

When GPS LED is not lit, this means:

RUN

Lights up with the complete shutdown of the display, as a sign that the operation of the device continues

P1 - P2

On/off switch

Tripmeter does not have a turnoff switch. After switching on it is ready to work. In the situations unrelated to direct work, in the absence of voltage in the yellow cable ("ignition"), it goes into sleep mode. You can connect the yellow cable to power supply and that will disable this functionality.

After turning on the power supply:

Opening the configuration menu

Bring the tripmeter to the start screen position and then for three seconds press MENU button. The most important rules of navigating through the menu are listed below:

●         press UP or DOWN to browse through menu or change values in a sub-menu

●         press OK to enter sub-menu from the main branch

○         press UP or DOWN to change value

○         press OK to save value and exit sub-menu

○         press CLR to exit submenu without saving changes

●         press MENU in the main menu position so as to exit menu and go back to the start screen saving all the chosen settings.

If needed, the other button functions are described for each submenu

Configuration menu

After entering the configuration menu you will see the sign: CONF.

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After exiting menu you will hear the buzzer sound and you will return to the start screen..

The list of abbreviations describing measured parameters

  1. TRIP                   - short route
  2. ODO                   - long route
  3. STOP ***            - time from the commencement of a mode, for example STAGE – OS time
  4. TIMER ***          - the time from the start or the remaining time in case when before the start in the STAGE or DIST mode, you will enter countdown time
  5. Bat                      - supply voltage
  6. [gps] Trac           - course
  7. AZI *                   - indicator of approximate azimuth ,direction
  8. AZC *                 - indicator of course to the destination
  9. AZO *              - indications of distance to destination

Configuration of distance measurements

Vehicle’s calibration coefficient.

It is the number of route pulses counted in the vehicle, corresponding to driving the distance of 1000 m.  The calibration coefficient you can:

Menu kalibracja

Calibration according to the known distance

The simplest tripmeter calibration method is to match the ODO route indication, to the actual distance of the travelled section of a known length. The length of the section can be arbitrary, the longer the section, the more accurate calibration. The calibration section should not be however longer than a few kilometres.

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  • press MENU for a longer time to bring the tripmeter into the start screen position. Skip this point in the case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]
  • turn on the tripmeter into the measurement position ( ODO and TRIP will equal 0 ) and then travel the route distance of a known length
  • stop at its end
  • press CAL briefly two times which will result in blinking of the current calibration coefficient
  • press the arrow buttons and bring the ODO route indication (which will replace on the display the value of calibration coefficient) to a known distance that you have driven.
  • press briefly OK to accept the change or leave it on the screen and after six seconds the change will be made by itself.

View chapter: Checking the active coefficient. Consider also a calibration along a shorter distance

Calibration value measurement function

The tripmeter offers the possibility of measuring the calibration value. You can measure along a stretch of any length, but into the tripmeter enter the calibration value recalculated for the section of 1000m length. (e.g. If you measure along 100 meters, multiply the measured value by ten and enter it into the tripmeter).

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●         press MENU for a longer time to bring the tripmeter into the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         keep pressing briefly F button until the POM sign appears and then press OK button. Appearance of 0 when the tripmeter is not counting pulses, or appearance of the counting screen when the tripmeter counts pulses, confirms the activation of the function

●         press CRL button to delete the measured value and restart measurement ( for instance at the start of calibration section )

●         press OK button to stop measurement

  • press OK button to save measurement or F button to resume measurement

ATTENTION. When option Multi k is turned on after saving the value, you will see the screen designated to enter the calibration memory number under which you will save the measured value. See chapter: Calibration menu with turned on parameter MULTIk = ON and Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

Entering calibration value

The tripmeter offers the possibility of entering the known calibration value.

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●         press MENU for a longer time to bring the tripmeter to the position of start screen. Skip this point in case you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         keep on pressing briefly F until the appearance of ENTRY sign and then press OK button. The appearance of _ sign confirms the activation of the function

●         enter the calibration value by using the buttons:

○         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the value of the digit,

○         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

○         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering digits )

  • press OK button for a longer time to save the entered coefficient

ATTENTION. When option Multi k is turned on after saving the value, you will see the screen designated to enter the calibration memory number under which you will enter the measured value. See chapter: Calibration menu with turned on parameter MULTIk = ON and Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

Auto-calibration function with the help of GPS system *

The tripmeter offers the possibility of auto-calibration using the GPS system. This autocalibration may replace calibration along calibration section.

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●         press MENU for a longer time to bring the tripmeter to the position of the start screen. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         keep pressing briefly F button until the AUTO sign appears and then press OK button

●         start calibration at the moment when you see the blinking AUTO sign. The measurement will start when the speed of the vehicle will exceed 15 km/h and the number of satellites will be greater than six

●         press briefly F so as to stop auto-calibration at any given moment and then resume it

●         keep driving until the counting will stop which will mean you have driven over a distance of 1000 m and completed auto-calibration

●         press OK button for a longer time to save the measured coefficient

When during measurement you will slow down or the GPS signal will weaken, the auto-calibration will be interrupted and you will see flashing AUTO sign.

ATTENTION. When option Multi k is turned on after saving the value, you will see the screen designated to enter the calibration memory number under which you will enter the measured value. See chapter: Calibration menu with turned on parameter MULTIk = ON and Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

In case when you use several calibration coefficients ( e.g. for tires of various sizes ), to activate the selected calibration coefficient you have to choose it from memory. Selection of coefficient is permanent which means that it will be used for calculations until you select a different value.  

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●         during the measurements press briefly 1 x CAL – you will see the active coefficient

●         keep pressing [UP] or [DOWN] to browse the coefficients saved in the memory

●         select a coefficient

  • press briefly [OK] button or wait 6s to enter the chosen coefficient

Checking the value of active coefficient

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●         press MENU for a longer time so as to bring the tripmeter to the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         turn off and then turn on the tripmeter’s power supply

  • you will see the digits 8888 following which in the bottom window there will be screened active calibration coefficient and in the upper right its number stored in memory

Calibration menu with turned on parameter MULTIk = ON

When during measurements, entering values or auto-calibration the MULTIk parameter is set to ON, after confirming the measured value you will have to enter the memory number under which you will save the given coefficient.

●         conduct measurement, entering or auto-calibration according to corresponding chapters and confirm the measured/entered value

●         when after confirmation you will see the [ _ ] sign, start pressing UP or DOWN to enter the memory number under which you will save the coefficient

●         press the OK button to enter the calibration value and the memory number

ATTENTION. Saving the calibration coefficient in the memory does not cause its automatic activation. See menu Activation of calibration coefficient – only when parameter MULTIk = ON

The azimuth routing configuration

Azimuth configuration is necessary when you want to choose azimuths and distances from memory. In such a case you have to enter azimuths and distances into tripmeter’s memory. This can be done in two ways:

●         with the help of the keyboard create a file with azimuths

●         use a computer to prepare file containing azimuths and distances to destination and enter it to the tripmeter using an USB flash drive

No tripmeter’s configuration is needed in case when you will not use its memory and you will enter azimuths and distances manually.

 

Manual recording of azimuths and distances into the tripmeter’s memory.

Recording into tripmeter’s memory of azimuths, distances to destination and grid number where they are contained in the road book are all contained in the tripmeter’s memory as data file. To do the routing during the rally you will be able to choose from the memory a readymade set: azimuth and distance. An option of entering azimuth parameters manually will also be available.

●         press MENU for a longer time so as to bring the tripmeter to the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         press OK for 6 sec. – on the display in box A ( 4 characters ) a dash will appear and it will blink prompting to enter the course ( course 101.2 will be displayed as 1012 )

●         enter the course value using the following buttons:

○         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

○         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

○         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

●         press OK button for a longer time to enter the course value and then the distance

●         on the display in box C ( 6 characters ) a dash will appear and it will blink prompting to enter the distance ( distance is entered in tens meters. The distance of 2000m will be seen as 200 )

●         enter the distance using the following buttons:

○         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

○         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

○         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

●         press OK button for a longer time to enter the distance and then to enter the grid number

●         on the display in box B ( 4 characters ) a dash will appear and it will blink prompting to enter the grid number containing drive on azimuth ( its maximum value: 999 )

●         enter the grid number using the following buttons:

○         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

○         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

○         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

●         press OK button for a longer time to enter the grid number

●         ...

●         repeat this activity until you will enter all the data

●         ..

●         press RUN to save the points and go to start viewing

  • press MENU button for a longer while to exit into the start screen

ATTENTION. Creation of a file with azimuths replaces the file stored in the tripmeter’s memory, thus the previous file gets irretrievably lost.

Viewing memory points while entering data

When entering points, by pressing the [RUN] button you can view the points listed in memory.

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●         while entering points press [RUN] to start viewing those stored in memory

●         keep pressing UP or DOWN button to browse

  • press RUN to go back to entering

Deleting single points

When entering points by pressing [CLR], you can delete the one currently displayed point.

  • while entering points press [RUN] to start viewing those stored in memory
  • keep pressing UP or DOWN button to browse
  • press CLR to go deleting viewing points

Deleting all the points.

●         press MENU for a longer time so as to bring the tripmeter to the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         press CLR for 6s. On displays there will appear sign CLEAR

  • press OK button ( the azimuths will be deleted ) or MENU button to go back to start screen without deleting azimuths

Creating file with azimuths on a PC

●         Using Notepad program create file as in the following example:

9=341.1/3659

34=160.9/900

67=100.9/1400

71=99.9/23000

90=359.0/100

134=1.9/2500

999=34.5/905

●         The exemplary first line shows:

○         9 – grid number in the route book with the first azimuth

○         341.1 – course entered in the grid with azimuth

○         3659 – distance in meters entered into grid with azimuth

  • Call the file: rc6.txt  and save it

Copying file to the tripmeter

●         press MENU for a longer time so as to bring the tripmeter to the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

  • insert the memory stick into the tripmeter’s USB connector. Copying will be done automatically which will be confirmed by inscription: File ok.

Operations

List of measured parameters in particular modes

Approach route

OS

AZI

Short route - TRIP

Long route - ODO

Speed - SPEED

Course - Track*

Bat – supply voltage

Timer – time from the starting point or time from a given value ***

AZI – destination indicator *, **

AZC – distance to destination *, **

AZO – course to destination *, **

 

Short route - TRIP

Long route - ODO

Speed - SPEED

Course - Track*

Bat – supply voltage

Timer – time from the starting point or time from a given value ***

Stopwatch - time from the start ***

Short route - TRIP

Long route - ODO

Prędkość - SPEED

Course - Track*

Bat – supply voltage

Timer – time from the starting point or time from a given value ***

AZI - destination indicator *, **

AZC – distance to destination *, **

AZO – course to destination *, **

For each mode, you can set in the configuration a parameter which will be shown in particular windows. View chapter: Configuration menu.

 

Also during the measurement you can freely switch parameters between windows without changing the default configuration.

Getting started in standard mode

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When on the trimpeter’s screen you see the start screen:

●          press RUN button (the displays will flash as a sign of readiness to commence )

  • press CLR button which will start measurement

Getting started in advanced mode ***

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When on the trimpeter’s screen you see the start screen:

●         press RUN button

●         [TIM] by pressing UP or DOWN buttons and briefly OK button enter the time value TIMER. You will enter the time value ( to drive the section, to the next PKC, etc. ) in the format hh:mm:ss. Entering 10500 will mean 1h05m00s . In case you don’t want to enter TIMER time, press OK. During the measurements TIMER time will be counted from 0

●         press OK button for a longer time

●         [del] by pressing UP and DOWN buttons and briefly OK you will enter the DELAY time value, that is time which will pass from the moment of pressing the button to start measurements, to actual commencement of measurements in the ss. format ( for example enter 10 seconds and start the tripmeter when the starting machine shows 10 seconds to start. The tripmeter will start measurement after this time lap, and you will have 10 seconds to get ready to start)

●          press OK button for a longer time (the displays will flash as a sign of readiness to start )

  • press briefly CLR button and the measurements will start

Operations of functions and use of buttons

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Starting measurements from the standby screen

●         press briefly CLR which will result in start of measurements from the standby screen

Deleting short route

  • press briefly CLR to cancel TRIP short route

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Switching between Approach Route, OS and Azimuth modes **

●         press briefly RUN which will display the list of modes

●         keep pressing RUN to view the modes

●         press OK to select and switch over to another mode

ODO and TIMER parameters are not deleted in the process of switching between modes

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Adjusting the screen and button backlight

  • press briefly LIGHT to cause abrupt drops of backlight down to its complete suppression. In the state of complete suppression of backlight shines the RUN LED

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Changing the sensor input during measurement

●         press CAL for a longer time which will cause flashing of the red P1 and P2 LEDs ( flashing lasts 10 seconds during which you can make changes ). Subsequent pressing of CAL button during flashing cause inputs switchover which is indicated by blue colour overlapping the flashing red.

You can set the following combinations:

P1 – counts from input 1

P2 – counts from input 2

P1 + P2 – counts from inputs P1 and P2, adding pulses from both inputs

When after choosing the input the flashing stops it means that the setting is accepted.

Change of calibration coefficient – only when Multi k - ON

●         press briefly CAL which will result in screening the current coefficient in window C. Now using arrows select another coefficient from the ones stored in memory and press briefly OK

Correction of the active coefficient

●         press briefly CAL two times, the current calibration coefficient in window C will start blinking. Now using arrows you can correct the value of the active coefficient. Press briefly CAL to accept change or leave it on the screen and after six seconds the change will be accepted by itself.

Calibration according to the known distance

The function is based on the correction of active coefficient.

●         press MENU for a longer time so as to bring the tripmeter to the start screen position. Skip this point in case when you see the start screen [ _ _ _ _ ]

●         turn on the tripmeter into the measurement position ( ODO and TRIP will be equal 0 )

●         set ODO in window A

●         drive a route section of a known length

●         stop at its end

●         press briefly CAL two times which will result in blinking of the current calibration coefficient

●         keep on pressing the arrow buttons until the ODO route indicator ( which on the display will replace the value of calibration coefficient ) shows the known distance that you have driven

  • press briefly F to accept the change or leave the value on the screen and after six seconds the change will get accepted by itself.

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Exit to start screen

  • press MENU for a longer time to exit to the start screen

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Changing the parameter screened in the display window

●         keep pressing briefly MENU to select the display in which you want to make changes ( the selected display blinks )

●         press UP or DOWN to change the displayed parameter

  • press briefly MENU or leave it for three seconds to have it accepted

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Emergency route count switchover from pulses to GPS

For example in case of the route sensor’s failure.

●         press and hold the LIGHT button and press CAL button, then release both buttons. This will result in IMP-OFF setting and concurrently GPS-ON ( the same can be done in configuration menu but only during operation and without deleting measurements ). LED or LEDs signaling operation of P1 and/or P2 input will turn off.

  • after performing again the same button pressing combination you will bring back the previous settings.

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Rapid ODO route correction

●         press up or down pointing arrow button to correct the ODO route indication.

Attention. The extend of correction is consistent with measurement resolution settings contained in the menu.

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Deleting ODO route

●         press briefly OK, this will result in warning blinking of ODO indication. Again press briefly OK and ODO indication will be deleted. If you want to withdraw from deleting ODO after first pressing, stop pressing buttons and blinking will stop after five seconds.

Attention. Deleting ODO does not delete TRIP indication.

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Full ODO route correction

●         press OK for a longer time, this will at first result in ODO value starting to blink and then there will appear fully editable ODO value

●          now using the arrow buttons, you can freely change value in each box and by pressing briefly OK move the edit box to the right. When you press briefly CLR, the edit box will shift to the left

●         keep pressing OK for a longer time until edit box shifts to the right all the way off-screen or press OK for a longer time to accept. Saving the new value is confirmed by blinking ODO value.

Attention. The extend of correction is consistent with measurement resolution settings contained in the menu. Regardless of resolution, in the first box on the left you can write only “-” mark  or leave the space blank which will be tantamount with “+”.

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Sending parameters to the repeater

At the start of the measurements or while changing to another mode***, the default parameter is sent to the repeater. However in each mode you can send any parameter. To do this:

●         press and hold MENU button and press UP or DOWN button. Then release both buttons. In window C you will see the name of a parameter you can send to the repeater

●         keep pressing arrow buttons until you see there the name of parameter which you want to send to the repeater

  • press OK button or leave the chosen parameter, which will be send automatically after 5 seconds.

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Bringing on functions not visible on the displays

Once you start measuring, the displays will show the parameters that were set as the default for the given mode in Configuration menu.

 

In case you want to bring on another parameter:

●         press briefly MENU to select the display in which you want to screen new parameter

●         press UP or DOWN to choose it from the list of parameters available in that mode

  • press briefly MENU or leave for three seconds to have it accepted

Function operations and use of buttons in OS mode ( Stage ) ***

Below are described only these OS mode functions and button operations which differ from the Approach Route mode

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Starting measurements in OS mode

 After selecting OS mode the displays start blinking indicating readiness

●         press CLR to start measurements

Deleting STOPWATCH TIME.

  • press CLR for a longer time to delete Stopwatch time

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Stopping counting the Stopwatch time.

●         Press briefly OK to stop counting the Stopwatch time

  • Press briefly OK to resume counting Stopwatch time

AZI function operation *, ** in Approach Route mode

Below are described only these Azimuth mode functions and button operations which differ from the Approach Route mode

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Azimuth routing in Approach Route mode

●         press F to bring on AZI functions. On each screen you will see a single dash in each window. Now you can select or enter an azimuth.

●         press UP or DOWN to select azimuth from the tripmeter’s memory and then press OK to have it routed

●         press OK to select entering

○         on the display in the box A ( 4 characters ) a dash will appear and it will blink prompting to enter the course ( course 101.2 will be screen as 1012 )

○         enter the course value using the following buttons:

■         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

■         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

■         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

○         press OK button for a longer time to enter the course value and then the distance

○         on the display in box C ( 6 characters ) a dash will appear and it will blink prompting to enter the distance ( distance is entered in tens meters. The distance of 2000m will be seen as 200 )

■         enter the distance using the following buttons:

■         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly change the digit’s value,

■         OK briefly shifts the digit to the left and enables entering the next digit

■         CLR briefly deletes the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

●         press OK to do the routing

Return to tripmeter function after reaching waypoint

●         press F to return to tripmeter function

Function operations and use of buttons in Azimuth mode ( AZI ) ***

Below are described only these Azimuth mode functions and button operations which differ from the Approach Route mode

Azimuth routing in Azimuth mode

●         After entering azimuth mode you will see a single dash in each window. Now you can select or enter an azimuth.

●         press UP or DOWN to select azimuth from the tripmeter’s memory and then press OK to get to the “readiness to start” screen

●         press OK to select entering

○         on the display in box A ( 4 characters ) there will appear a dash and it will blink prompting to enter the course ( course 101.2 will be screen as 1012 )

○         enter the course value using the following buttons:

■         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

■         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

■         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

○         press OK button for a longer time to enter the course value and move on to entering distance

○         on the display in box C ( 6 characters ) there will appear a dash and it will blink prompting to enter the distance ( distance is entered in tens meters. Distance of 2000m will be screen as 200 )

■         enter the distance value using the following buttons:

■         [UP] and [DOWN] briefly to change the digit’s value,

■         OK briefly to shift the digit to the left and enable entering the next digit

■         CLR briefly to delete the last digit ( by pressing menu you can completely withdraw from entering data )

  • press OK to move on the “readiness to start” screen

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Start of measurements in Azimuth mode

After selecting Azimuth mode and choosing or entering azimuth, the displays will start blinking to indicate readiness to start.

●         press CLR to start measurements

Technical and operating data

Notes on usage

Number and registration of the tripmeter

Number of a tripmeter consists of 12 numbers. It is essential during software and options update. Keep it.

You can register your device on our website by filling the form.

Warranty

Warranty covers a period of 60 months from the date of sale.

Warranty will hold only in case of use of the product for its intended purpose. Warranty covers defects of the product that prevent its further intended use. Warranty does not cover defects caused by mechanical damage, alterations, normal wear of the elements, etc.

This warranty is valid only with proof of purchase.

SPARKELECTRONICS Robert Skierski,

Biuro: 01-424 Warszawa, Al. Prymasa Tysiąclecia 78a, tel / fax : 022 836-24-51 

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