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The sport where YOU are the search engineTM
The Groundspeak Geocaching Logo is a trademark of Groundspeak, Inc.
(Used with permission)
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A GPS (Global Positioning System) unit is an electronic device that can determine your approximate location (within 6-20 feet) almost anywhere on the planet.
12 channel receiver
External antenna jack
Press the power button and hold for 1 second to turn it on.
Press again to turn the backlight on
Press again to turn the backlight off
Press and hold to turn the unit off
After powering it up, the unit will attempt to ‘lock’ onto the satellites.
You must be outdoors with a clear view of the sky to get a signal.
Once locked on, you’re ready to navigate!
The first thing you want to do is to mark your starting location.
Press and hold the Enter button till the Mark Waypoint window appears.
Use the Up/Down buttons to move to the various fields. Then press Enter when you’re at the OK field.
To locate a previously stored waypoint, use the Page button to get to the Menu page.
Use the Up/Down buttons to move down to the Waypoints category and press Enter.
Then, using the Up/Down buttons, move down to the desired Waypoint Group and press Enter.
Now move down to the desired Waypoint and press Enter.
Now you can either use the selected waypoint or you can edit it.
To go to the waypoint, move down to the GOTO selection and press Enter.
The GPS unit now displays the basic Pointer Page
This page is used to navigate to the chosen waypoint by following the pointer arrow.