Garmin Gps 120 Xl User Manual

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Marking a Waypoint

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Marking a waypoint is simply capturing your current location and

storing it in the unit’s memory. The unit must be turned on and

tracking satellites to mark a waypoint.

To mark a waypoint:

1. Press the

Thumb Stick In and hold it until the Shortcuts

Menu is displayed.

2. Highlight

Mark Waypoint and press the Thumb Stick In to

display the Mark Waypoint Page shown below.

Mark Waypoint Page

Name

Field

Symbol Field

3. Highlight the

Name field and press the Thumb Stick In. Enter

a new name. When finished, highlight

OK then press the

Thumb Stick In.

4. Highlight the

Symbol field and press the Thumb Stick In.

Choose a symbol then press the

Thumb Stick In to accept

the selection.

5. Highlight the

OK button at the bottom of the page and press

the

Thumb Stick In to save the waypoint.

Creating a Breadcrumb Trail

As you move, notice that a breadcrumb trail of your path is left on

the map. This trail is called a Track Log. You can use the track log to

retrace your steps back to a certain location.

To view your breadcrumb trail (track log):

1. Use the

Page button to display the Map Page.

2. Walk away from your original location for at least

three minutes.

3. The default zoom level is 80 miles. Press the

Zoom button to

zoom in to view the breadcrumb trail (track log) in detail.

Navigating with Your Rino 120

You can navigate to a waypoint, city, exit, or a contact’s location.

Using optional detailed maps, you can also navigate to points of

interest, addresses, and intersections.

To begin navigation using Find ‘N Go:

1. Press the

Thumb Stick In to display the Shortcuts Menu.

2. Highlight

Find ‘N Go and press the Thumb Stick In.

3. Highlight

Waypoints and press the Thumb Stick In. Select

the desired option (by

Nearest or by Name), and press the

Thumb Stick In.

4. Highlight the desired waypoint and press the

Thumb Stick In.

5. With the Waypoint Page displayed, highlight the

Goto button

at the bottom of the page and press the

Thumb Stick In to

begin navigation. The Navigation Page automatically opens

to guide you to your destination. See below for more

information.

Navigation Page
The two main components of the Navigation Page are the compass

ring and the pointer. As you move, the compass ring rotates showing

your current direction of travel at the top of

the display. The pointer points toward your

destination. When the pointer is aligned with

the vertical line at the top of the compass ring,

you are on a direct course toward your destina-

tion. The unit has to be moving to navigate. If

you are standing still or moving very slowly,

the navigation data may not be accurate.

Using Contacts

The first time you receive a signal from another Rino user, the New

Contact page is displayed. From the New Contact page you can

show the user’s location on your Map, Goto

that position, select OK to add them to your

contact list, or press the Page/Quit button

to disregard the contact. Every time you

receive signals from contacts, your map

is updated showing their new position. A

Track Log of their movement is created and

shown on your map.

Sending a Location

You can send any location that you have available in your Find ‘N

Go menu. These may be waypoints, contacts, cities, exits, or any

other data that is loaded in the unit. Below are the steps to send a

waypoint.

To send a location (waypoint) using Find ‘N Go:

1. Press the

Thumb Stick In and hold it until the Shortcuts

Menu is displayed, or press the

Page button until the Main

Menu is displayed.

2. Highlight

Find ‘N Go and press the Thumb Stick In. Highlight

Waypoints and press the Thumb Stick In. Select Nearest or

By Name and press the Thumb Stick In.

3. Highlight the waypoint that you want to send and press the

Thumb Stick In to display the Waypoint Review page.

4. Highlight the

Option Menu button

and press the

Thumb

Stick In.

5. Select

Send Location and press the Thumb Stick In.

Send Location

The location is sent to all Rinos on the same channel and squelch

code as you. They can then choose to Goto that location, view the

location on the map (Map), or save the location (OK).

Using Peer-to-Peer Positioning

The Rino’s most unique feature is Peer-to-Peer positioning, send-

ing the location of one Rino unit to other Rino units. Peer-to-Peer

positioning allows you to track the movement of other Rino users

and even navigate to their location.

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To send your location:

Press and release either the

Call or Talk button. Your Rino

120 automatically sends out its location. Other Rino users

monitoring the same channel and squelch code receive this

information.

Polling a Location

If you have not heard from a contact in a while and would like to

know that contact’s current location, you may “poll” the contact’s

location. This will update that contact’s location in your Rino 120.

To poll a location:

1. Press the

Thumb Stick In and hold it until the Shortcuts

Menu is displayed, or press the

Page button until the Main

Menu is displayed.

2. Highlight

Find ‘N Go and press the Thumb Stick In. Highlight

Contacts and press the Thumb Stick In.

3. Highlight the contact that you

want to poll and press the

Thumb

Stick In to display the Contact

Review page.

4. Highlight the

Option Menu button

and press the

Thumb

Stick In.

5. Select

Poll Location and press

the

Thumb Stick In.

Sending a Note

You can send a note to communicate silently with other Rino 120

users on the same channel and squelch code that you are using. This

can be a Saved Note or a new note. (This feature is not available on

Rino 110 units.)

To send a note:

1. Press the

Thumb Stick In to display the Shortcuts Menu.

2. Select the

Send Note option.

3. To create a new note or edit an existing note, press the

Thumb Stick In when the Edit Note field is highlighted. Enter

your note using the data entry keyboard. Select

OK when

complete.

To use a Saved Note, select the desired note from the

Saved

Note list and press the Thumb Stick In.

4. Select

Send to send the note to all Rino 120 users on the

same channel and squelch code that you are using. Select

Save to save the note for future use. Select Clear to erase

the note.

If you have further questions or just want to learn more about the

operation of Rino 120, refer to the Owner’s Manual, which provides

detailed information about all of your Rino 120’s features.

Quick Start Guide

Rino

®

120

Step-by-Step Instructions

to Get You Started

(Turn this page and begin with Step 1)

Part Number 190-00418-01 Rev. B

Navigation Page

New Contact Page

Polling a contact’s location

Power button:

• Press and hold to turn the

unit On/Off

• Press to adjust contrast

and backlighting

Call button:

• Press to send out Call Tone

• Sends position when

released (if enabled)

Talk button:

• Press and hold to talk

• Sends position when

released (if enabled)

Page/Quit button:

• Press to cycle through

main pages

• Used to quit or escape

menu items

Volume (V) button:

• Press to open volume

control window

Microphone:

• Hold unit 3–4 inches

away when talking

Zoom/Map (Z)

button:

• From the Map Page,

press to open Zoom

control window

• From any other

page, press to

display Map Page

Speaker

Thumb Stick

• Press In to enter

highlighted options

and to confirm

messages

• Move Up, Down,

Right or Left to

move through lists,

highlight fields,

on-screen buttons,

icons, enter data,

or move the map

panning arrow

• Press In and hold

to display Shortcuts

Menu.

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