Excellent GPS and GLONASS signal reception performance: With its high-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver, NAVA locates your position quickly and precisely and maintains its location even in heavy cover and deep canyons.
Long battery life: Powered by two AA batteries, NAVA can work for up to 15 hours. Powered by Li-ion battery, NAVA can work for up to 20 hours.
User data compatibility: Export user data from the NAVA device to GPX, SHP, MIF, KML, DXF, and CSV formats, or import data of the formats above to NAVA device.
Built-in Sensors (F60): The built-in 3-axis E-compass provides you
WARNING Please see the Important Safety and Product Information in the appendix for the product warnings, EULA and other important information before you use the NAVA device. Thank you for purchasing NAVA Handheld GPS and GLONASS Receiver. NAVA is lightweight, compact, rugged, reliable positioning and navigation assistant to your outdoor activities. This manual provides you the instructions to use NAVA F30 and F60 units . If you have further questions, please refer to our website: http://www.BHCnav.com or contact us at Email: [email protected] and [email protected] 1
the bearing even when you stand still, and its barometer pinpoints air pressure. Also, you can use the thermometer to know temperature conditions.
User POI icons: You can design your own POI icons and load it to NAVA unit.
Multi-power source: NAVA GPS can be powered by 2xAA, Lithium, USB, vehicle power adapter, AC adapter.
Micro SD expandable: Uses a Micro SD card to enlarge the storage memory up to 32G. The card slot is located inside the waterproof battery compartment, so you don't have to worry about getting it wet.
Lightweight and compact: NAVA is lightweight and compact — the perfect size for all your travels.
Raster Map, Vector Map and DEM Map supported: NAVA supports built-in basemap, detail road maps(optional), DIY Vector map & DEM map and raster maps.
Readable under sunlight: 65k colors Transflective TFT LCD
Fast data transfer: USB 2.0
Drop resistance: 1.5m drop from all 6 edges.
Optional Accessories For a complete list of available accessories and maps for use with the NAVA GPS, please refer to the BHCnav website: http://www.BHCnav.com
Manual Conventions In this manual, small arrows () indicate that you should highlight a series of items on the screen using the ROCKER key, and press in to ENTER after each item.
Table of Contents Introduction ............................. 1
Main Pages .............................. 20
Features of NAVA F Series .................... 1
Satellite Status Page............................. 20
Installing the Batteries The NAVA operates on two AA batteries or Li-ion batteries. To install AA batteries: 1. Remove the battery cover by turning the D-ring counter-clockwise and pulling the cover. 2. Insert the AA batteries, observing the proper polarity.
To install Li-ion batteries: 1. Remove the battery cover from the back of the unit. Turn the D-ring counter-clockwise and pull the cover. 2. Insert the Li-ion batteries.
Warning: Remove the batteries when you do not plan to use the unit for long period. Stored waypoint, trail, route data is not lost when batteries are removed.
Turning the NAVA On and Off
Adjusting the Backlight
To turn the NAVA on, press and hold the POWER key for more than 2 seconds. To turn the NAVA off, press and hold the POWER key for more than 2 seconds， when the unit is on.
1. When the NAVA is on, Press and quickly release POWER key to open the Backlight page. 2. Press right on the ROCKER key to increase the brightness, press left to decrease the brightness. 3. Press NEXT/EXIT key to close the Backlight page.
Acquiring Satellite Signals Before the NAVA can find your current location and start navigation, you must acquire GPS or GLONASS signals. To quickly acquire satellite signals: 1. Go outdoors to an open area, away from tall buildings and trees. 2. Turn the NAVA on. Acquiring satellite signals is automatic. Please refer Satellite Status Page to check the status of GPS or GLONASS satellite. 8
Or To change waypoint name and note on the Mark page, select the appropriate field and press the ENTER key to open the on-screen keypad. After entering and confirming your changes, select OK button, and press ENTER key.
Basic Operation This section explains basic operations you can perform with your NAVA, including creating and using waypoints, tracks, routes, and using the Find Menu.
Waypoints Waypoints are locations or landmarks you record and store in your device. You can mark a waypoint at your current location on the map, or enter coordinates to create a waypoint. You can add waypoints to routes and navigate to a saved waypoint. Marking Your Current Location 1. Press and release the MARK key. 2. To accept the waypoint with the default information, select Save, and press the ENTER key. 9
Marking a Waypoint on the Map Page
Select Yes to save the new waypoint.
1. On the Mark page, select Map button. Editing a Waypoint Attribution You can edit a waypoint to change its icon, name, coordinates, elevation and note. 1. Press and release the FIND key. 2. Select Waypoint. 3. Select the waypoint you want to edit, and press ENTER key. 4. Make changes by highlighting each field. Use the waypoint icon chart, on-screen keypad and the ROCKER key to enter new data.
2. On the Map Page, use the ROCKER key to move the pointer ( )to the location where you want to mark a waypoint. 3. Press and quickly release ENTER to capture the pointer location. If the location captured contains no information, a ―No waypoint found, add a waypoint ?‖ message appears. 10
Deleting a Waypoint
ENTER key. 6. Select OK to save the new waypoint.
1. Press and release the FIND key. 2. Select Waypoint. 3. Select the waypoint you want to delete, and press ENTER key. 4. Press the MENU key, select Delete Waypoint from submenu.
Calculating Current Location By Averaging 1. When NAVA acquires good GPS or GLONASS fix, press MARK key AVG. 2. NAVA will average the location’s longitude, latitude, altitude automatically. 3. Press ENTER key, and Save the waypoint.
Warning: When you delete a waypoint, you cannot recover it from the unit. Moving a Waypoint on the Map Page 1. Press FIND key Waypoint. 2. Select the waypoint you want to move, and press ENTER key. 3. Select Map to show the waypoint on the map. 4. Press ENTER key to select the Waypoint that you want to move. 5. Use ROCKER key to move the pointer to a new location, and press
Note: If NAVA doesn’t acquire GPS or GLONASS fix, AVG button is disabled.
To clear one or all alert waypoints from the list: 1. Access Alert from the Main Menu page, press ENTER key. 2. With one waypoint to be selected on the Alert Waypoint page, press the ENTER key, select Delete to clear the current waypoint. 3. Press MENU key, select Clear to clear all the alert waypoints.
1. Access Alert from the Main Menu page, press ENTER key. 2. To define the alert range by highlighting the Alert field, use the ROCKER key to enter new data. 3. Press the MENU key, select Add Alert Waypoint. 4. Select a waypoint from the waypoint list. Select OK. 5. Close the Alert Waypoint page by pressing the NEXT/EXIT key.
Finding a Waypoint By Name 1. Press the FIND key to open the Find page. 2. Select Waypoint. 3. Press MENU Search By Name. 4. Use the ROCKER to operate the on-screen keypad and enter the name you want to find. 5. If the Find list contains a match, select the item from the Find list.
Press the FIND key to open the Find page and search for waypoints, POI, cities and the addresses in the NAVA map. Finding a Waypoint 1. Press the FIND key. 2. Access Waypoint and select a waypoint from a list of waypoints. 3. On the Waypoint Details page, select Map to view or edit the information of the waypoint, or select Goto to guide you to the destination on the Map page.
Finding a Point of Interest
Finding a History
If your unit is loading a detail map, you can open POI on the Find page to locate a nearby place, government, education, hospital, public service, traffic, etc.
The History page shows a list of the last items you have searched for or gone to recently. 1. Press the FIND key. 2. Select History.
To find a point of interest: 1. Press the FIND key 2. Select All POI to show a list of all POIs near your current location.
3. Use the ROCKER key to select the item you want to go to, and press ENTER key. 4. Select Goto to begin navigation.
3. Select an item from the list, and press ENTER key. 14
Finding an Item From Another Location on the Map
To find an address: 1. Press the FIND key Address 2. Select the Province field. In the Result list, select the name. 3. Select City field, input the city name. 4. Press down on the ROCKER key, select the City name, Road name and the Crossroad name. 5. Select Goto to navigate to the destination on the Map page.
1. Press the FIND key. 2. Select an icon on Find page. Press ENTER key to the Result page. 3. Press MENU key, select Alter Reference Point. The Map page appears. 4. Use the ROCKER key to move the panning pointer to the map location where you want to search around. Press the ROCKER key, select Yes. The Find list shows a list of items near the new map location.
Finding an Address If your unit is loading a detail map, you can open the Address page from the Find page to find the address where you want to go. 15
3. When the message appears, select No to save only a portion of the track log. 4. Use the ROCKER to move the pointer to the point on the track that you want to set as the beginning point, and press ENTER. 5. Use the ROCKER to move to the point on the track that you want to set as the ending point. Select OK.
As you travel, NAVA records ―track log‖ automatically. The log contains information about points along its path. Saving the Entire Track Log After acquiring the GPS or GLONASS fix, travel with the NAVA. 1. On the Track page, select Save. A message appears asking you if you want to save the entire track. 2. Select Yes to save the track. Saving a Portion of the Track Log 1. After acquiring the satellite signals, travel with the NAVA. 2. On the Track page, select Save. A message appears asking you if you want to save the entire track. 16
Viewing a Track on the Map
Clearing the Track Log
On the Track Details page, select Map. A map showing the entire track appears. Begin and End markers and waypoints are added to the track.
1. Press MENU key to open the Main Menu. 2. Select Track. 3. Press the MENU key. Select Delete All Tracks or Clear Current Track. A confirmation message appears. Select Yes.
Navigating a Saved Track 1. Access the Track page from the Main Menu. The saved tracks are listed. 2. Select any saved track and press ENTER key. 3. On the Track Details page, select Goto. 4. Select Yes to start the back track. 5. To exit the Back Track page, press the NEXT/EXIT key.
Setting up a Track 1. Press MENU key Main Menu Track. 2. Press MENU key, select Track Setting to set the Record Mode, Record interval, Track color and Display the Current Track or not. 3. Press NEXT/EXIT key to close the page.
4. Search and add a via point from Waypoint, History, POI, etc. 5. To add more via points to your route, repeat the process 3 and 4, and select Save. A route includes at least two waypoints. Or When you have completed the route creation, select Goto to begin navigation on the Map page while the route is saved automatically.
A route consists of a sequence of waypoints or POIs. Creating a Route 1. Access the Route page from the Main Menu. 2. Use ROCKER key to select Create, and then press ENTER key to open the Create A Route page. 3. Move down to the Add A Point field, and press ENTER key to open Find page.
Navigating a Saved Route 1. Press MENU key Main Menu Route 2. Select a saved route Goto. 3. Follow the instructions on the Map page. 4. To stop navigation at any time, press MENU key, select Stop Navigation from submenu of Map page. 18
Change the Name of the Route
Reviewing Individual Route Points
1. Press MENU key Main Menu Route. 2. Select a saved route select the route name field on the Route Details page. 3. Use on-screen keypad to rename the route.
1. Press MENU key Main Menu Route. 2. Select a saved route select a point on the Route details page ENTER View 3. Select OK or Map. Delete a Route From the page for that route, press MENU key Delete Route.
When bars are green, the NAVA has acquired valid satellite signals that are used to calculate your position.
Main Pages NAVA F series handheld GPS and GLONASS receiver have five recurring default main pages ：Satellite Status, Map page, Compass page, Main Menu, Trip computer. F60 has an extra default Weather page. Press and release NEXT/EXIT to cycle through the pages. You can add more pages and edit page sequence from the Page Setting page.
Satellite Status Page The GPS status page shows your current location, the accuracy, your current elevation, satellite location, and satellite signal strength. The satellite signal bars on the satellite status page indicate satellite strength. 20
2. The information box shows the Lat & Lon, Bearing and distance.
On the Map page, your current position is indicated by a position marker.
Showing or Hide Data Fields 1. On the Map page, press the MENU key, 2. On the submenu of the map page, select Hide Data Field, 2 Data Fields, or 4 Data fields. 3. Press ENTER key, to show or hide the data fields.
Changing Map Zoom Range
Changing a Data Field Display
Press the Zoom IN/OUT key on the side of the unit.
1. Press MENU Change Data Fields. The first data field is highlighted. 2. Press ENTER to open Data Field page 3. Select an option from the list of data fields.
Reviewing a Location on the Map 1. Use the ROCKER key to move the panning pointer to the location you want to review. 21
Changing Map Orientation 1. On the Setting page, select Map. 2. There are two map orientations: North Up --orients the map like a paper map. Track Up --orients the map in the direction of travel.
The Compass page guides you with a compass ring and a bearing or course pointer. The rotating compass ring indicates the direction you are heading. The bearing and course pointer indicates the direction to your destination. The compass is driven by GPS/GLONASS data or electronic compass (F60 only).
Electronic Compass (F60 only)
directions for rotating the device horizontally for two rounds. 3. Press ENTER key to end the calibration. 4. Press NEXT/EXIT key to return to the Compass page.
When you are moving and reach a pre-set speed, it uses GPS data to maintain your heading. When you are not moving, it operates like a magnetic compass. Calibrating the Electronic Compass (F60 only)
Electronic Compass Navigation (F60 only)
Calibrate the Electronic compass outdoors when you first use the NAVA, or move so far, or experience a greater temperature change from the last calibration.
1. Press MENU key Compass Navigation. 2. Hold the unit and point to the distant object. Press ENTER key to lock the Route. 3. Select Deviation measure. Input the estimated distance from your current location. 4. Select Goto to open the Map page and start navigation to the destination.
Note: The accuracy of the Electronic compass is also affected if you are near objects that affect magnetic fields. To calibrate the electronic compass: 1. Press MENU Calibrate. 2. With Start Calibration selected, press ENTER, and follow on-screen 23
Weather Page (F60 only)
Trip Computer Page
The Weather page shows you the current air pressure, altitude and the temperature. You can calibrate the barometer, altimeter, thermometer, change the data field and restore default.
The Trip Computer page shows eight types of navigation data in small font size, or show three large data fields in big font size. Each data field is selectable and can contain one of many navigation data. When the data field is selected, press ENTER key to make a new choice. The submenu allows you to reset the Trip Computer data when you are ready to start a new trip, choose between Big or Small font size, and Restore Default.
Calibrating the Altimeter 1. On the Weather page, press the MENU key. 2. Select Calibrate Altimeter. 3. With the data field to be selected, change the data by the on-screen Numeric keypad. 4. Press NEXT/EXIT key to finish the calibration.
Main Menu Page
Setting Page Access Setting page from Main Menu, you can set up system, page sequence, map, unit, heading, USB, Display, Time and other features
The Main Menu contains settings and features not found on the main pages and sub-menus. The Main Menu is accessible from any page by pressing MENU key. To select an item on the Main Menu, highlight the menu item, and press ENTER key.
System Setting Page On this page, you could turn on or off the GPS and the Close Alert. Use the submenu to restore defaults, or view the version of the unit software, the unit serial number and other copyright information. GPS and GLONASS Satellite Setting 1. Go to system Setting page, move to Satellite item 2. Press Enter to change Satellite GPS or GLONASS. User can also turn Satellite off at this page.
Page Setting Page
Unit Setting Page
1. From the Setting page, select Page, and to start the Page Setting. 2. To rearrange a page in the page sequence, select the page ENTER. Select Move. 3. To insert a new page, select the page you want it inserted before, press ENTER Insert.
Map Setting Page
Use the Map Setting page to adjust the bearing and change the maps.
You can activate vector detail maps, DEM maps or raster maps. Please use Mobile Atlas Creator (MOBAC) to create your own raster maps of MBTiles SQLite format and copy the maps to the internal memory or micro SD card of the device.
Position Format—sets the format in which the coordinate is shown. Map Datum – sets the coordinate system in which a location is shown. Barometer – sets the unit of measurement (Pa, KPa, mmHg, mb, inHg) Temperature – sets the unit of measurement(℃, ℉) Distance/Speed—sets the unit of measurement to show your speed and distance. Area—select the unit of measurement(km2, ha., Are, mu, ft2, mi2, m2) Angle—sets the unit of measurement (degrees, rad) to show the angle.
From the Setting page, select Other Display. Display Mode—choose Day or Night. Backlight Time—choose 30 seconds, 1 minute, 3 minute or 5 minute. Backlight Brightness—set the level of brightness: OFF, Low, Mid or High.
Display—choose from Angle or Characters. North Reference—choose from True North or Mag. North.
USB Setting Page Activating USB MASS Storage 1. Connect the unit to a computer. 2. Select MASS Storage, and press ENTER key. 3. A removable disk will appear on the computer. 4. Run NGO on the PC and transfer user data.
Time Setting Page To access the Time Setting page: Form the Setting page, select Other Time. Format—choose from 12-hour or 24-hour time format. TimeZone—set to one of 24 International Time zones.
Display Setting Page You can choose a display mode, adjust the amount of time that the backlight stays on, and set the level of brightness. To access the Display Setting page: 27
Sun & Moon
From tools page, you can access Calendar, Calculator, Sun&Moon, Stopwatch, Hunt&Fish.
The Sun and Moon page shows sunrise time, sunset time, moonrise time, moonset time, and moon phase for a specified date.
2. Select Date field to open the Calendar page, and input the time. Press ENTER key to see the best and good time.
Hunt & Fish 1. Access Tool from the Main Menu, select Hunt&Fish to view the hunting and fishing predictions for a different date. To view the predictions for a location, select the Lat & Lon field to input the data. 29
Calculating the Area of a Saved Track
1. Access Area Calculation page from the sub-menu of Satellite Status page, Map page, or Area Calculation option of Tool page. 2. Press Enter to start area calculation while you start to move. Area is updated at the top of the map page while you are moving. 3. Press Enter to stop calculation while you arrive at the destination, and save the track for area calculation.
The area of a saved track is calculated automatically when you select a saved track and view the track detail.
Coordinate System Setting NAVA allows you to set Position Format and Map Datum. 1. Access the Unit Setting page from Setting page. 2. Access Position Format page from Unit setting page. 3. Use the ROCKER key to select Position Format. You can set degree format, UTM or user format. 4. Or Press down the ROCKER key, select Map Datum. You can set WGS84 or user datum.
Calculating the Area of a Saved Route The area of a saved route is calculated automatically when you select a saved route and view the route detail.
MicroSD card slot
Appendix Connecting to Computer
Installing a Micro SD Card
Connect NAVA to your computer using the USB connector cable provided.
The NANA Micro SD card tray is loca ted at the left bottom corner of the battery compartment.
1. Turn the D-ring counter-clockwise, and pull up to remove the cover and the batteries. 2. Place the micro SD card with the gold contacts facing down and push the card along the left side of the battery compartment intothe Micro SD card tray.
To connect NAVA to the computer: 1. Pull up the rubber cap of mini USB port on the back of NAVA device, plug the small end of the USB cable into the mini USB port. 2. Plug the large end of the USB cable to your computer USB port. 30
3. Replace the batteries and the battery cover, Turn the D-ring clockwise. In addition to map and data storage, the micro SD card can be used to store files such as routes, waypoints and custom POIs.
instruction. 1. Turn off your device and connect it to your computer using the USB cable. 2. Hold the Power and Zoom-out(-) keys together and release keys. 3. Copy the latest firmware files to device, which appears as removable drives.
Reset the device If the device stops responding, you may need to reset the device. 1. You can hold the Zoom-in (+) and Exit keys together and release the keys. Or, 2. remove and reinstall the batteries.
Updating Firmware We will release the latest firmware through www.bhcnav.com. Please download the the latest firmware from the website before you start to update firmware and follow the 32
Working with NAVA GPS Office (NGO)
Please always check www.BHCnav.com to download the latest version of NGO. NGO is the PC software with which you can transfer data from the device to PC and export data to Shape, DXF, MIF, KML, CSV, GPX and TXT, or transfer data from PC to the device. To transfer user data, please connect the NAVA device to your computer and activate the USB MASS Storage on the device.
Important Safety and Product Information
Navigation Warnings Some BHC devices provide off-road or road navigation guides. But it is not a replacement for driver attentiveness and judgments. Please always use your best judgments when making navigation decisions.
Please use the device properly and use your right judgment to avoid potentially hazardous situations which could result in an accident or collision resulting in death or serious injury.
While driving, please avoid prolonged operations on the device and don’t become distracted by the device.
Battery Warnings If not properly used or stored, the battery may present a shortened life span or a risk of damage to the device, electrolyte leak, even burn or injury.
For your safety of navigation, please take consideration of all available navigation sources, including road signs, road or trail conditions, weather conditions, etc.
Installation Warnings When installing the device in a vehicle or to a bicycle, the device should be placed securely so that it doesn’t obstruct the driver’s view of the road or driver’s activities to control the vehicle or bicycle.
Compliance with local laws and ordinances Before using the device, please check and comply with the local laws and ordinances on installing and using such device. 34
Declaration of Conformity
replace the Device with a new or refurbished Device that is equivalent to the Device that is to be replaced, or (iii) refund the amount You paid for the Product, LESS DEPRECIATION, upon its return.
Hereby, BHC Navigation Co., Ltd declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
This limited warranty applies only to hardware components of the device that are not subject to accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, flood, or other acts of nature and external causes, alterations, repair, or commercial use. The device is not intended to use for precise measurement. BHC makes no warranty as to high precise positioning and accuracy and completeness of map information with the device.
FCC Compliance This device has been tested and found with comply with FCC Part 15:2009, Subpart B, Class B.
Limited Warranty BHC warrants that the device will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. During one year Limited Warranty Period, BHC will, at its option, to the extent permitted by law: (i) repair the Device using either new or refurbished parts, (ii)
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End User License Agreement (EULA) The EULA is an agreement between you, the license, and BHC Navigation Co., Ltd. and it affiliates (collectively, the ―licensor‖) , regarding the licensor’s software as applicable pursuant to a valid license. Please see full version of EULA from www.bhcnav.com. Before you are going to use the device, please read and agree to the EULA. If you don’t agree to these terms and conditions for your device, please return the complete device to the seller who you purchase the device from.
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