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How to connect the device to your computer

How to connect your device to your computer

The most accurate to date devices allowing to navigate the terrain, have become GPS-navigators.

They receive signals from satellites, and with built-in them a special program can determine its location.

instructions

1

To connect the device to your computer USB-cable, you need to start to insert one end of the cable into the connector on the browser (usually the miniUSB-socket).

2

Turn on the Navigator.

3

The computer usually detects new hardware automatically. If this does not happen, you need to install the software, usually sold complete with a navigator.

4

Once the navigation computer, you can copy files from one device to another.

5

When you have finished, disconnect the cable.

6

Hold down the button? Start off, then turn on the Navigator.

7

These steps describe the connectionPC navigation, similar to the line Treelogic. Somewhat more complicated is the case with the popular but somewhat obsolete navigators GARMIN? here I have to work a soldering iron. Connect a GPS-navigator to the COM-port computer? 9-pin (in very very old computers? 25-pin) razemu-? Dad. To connect the device to your computer, using a three-wire cable: single wire data transmission is carried out, according to the second? their reception, the third wire? ?Earth .

8

Strip all be soldered wires and contacts.

9

Solder data cable (data out) to pin 2 devyatishtyrkovogo the COM-connector (pin 3 or 25-pin).

10

Solder the wire receiving data (data in) to pin 3 devyatishtyrkovogo the COM-connector (pin 2 or 25-pin).

11

The third wire (braided cable? Ground) is soldered to pin 5 devyatishtyrkovogo the COM-connector (pin 7 or 25-pin).

12

Connect unsoldered cable to the COM-port computer (detachable? Mom).

13

Turn on the Navigator.

14

After the exchange of data, disconnect Navigator, and then disconnect the cable.

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