|Main Features of the Jensen NAV101 GPS Navigation System|
The main menu is your central point of access to all functions of your NAV101. It allows you to set your destination, manage your favorites and control all settings of your device.
The “Main Menu” consists of the following options:
View Map: Press to view your current location on the Tracking Map.
Drive to...: Choose your destination – either by searching for an address, choosing an entry from the POI (point of interest) directory, selecting a location from the map, or by choosing a destination from a saved list of recently visited locations or favorites (see “Choosing and Finding Locations” on page 8).
Settings: Configure your navigation to suit your needs. Define general settings (e.g. time, language, or system of measurement), configure your map (e.g. 2D or 3D mode, day or night mode, map complexity) or load a map of a different region, set the route options (e.g. choose to avoid or allow toll roads or ferries, or change the volume (see “Settings Menu” on page 16).
Map Tracking and Browsing
The map is the core component of your NAV101. It will be centered on your current location by default, provided you have a GPS connection. You can browse the map, display information about the different locations shown on it and choose them for routing and navigating. The map knows two basic states, the Tracking and the Browsing mode.
In Tracking mode, the map follows your actual position (GPS position), displaying information about your geographic position, your speed, etc. The GPS position is indicated by a green arrow.
Use a stylus or your finger to browse the map and enter Browsing mode. The selected position will be identified by a crosshair cursor. The screen is highlighted in orange when in Browsing mode.
NOTE: Pressing an icon on the map opens an overlay window with information about the selected item.
The navigation screen displays your route (in blue) and your surroundings. A green arrow identifies your current position. The red arrow will indicate the direction of your next turn. The upcoming maneuver is also visualized in the upper left corner, along with the distance to that turn. When you come up to a turn, you will hear a voice command at the appropriate time.
On the left, additional information, including the current and estimated arrival time and the distance to your destination, is displayed. For one-way streets, the transit dir