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BT-335 F.A.Q.'s
« on: April 01, 2011, 05:18:11 pm »

BT-335 Bluetooth GPS Data-Logger FAQ

 

1.) Q: How much physical memory does the BT-335 GPS device contains?
1.) A: The BT-335 GPS unit has 2 Mbytes and there is 1.4Mbytes for track points.

2.) Q: What GPS data is stored?
2.) A: The unit can store position, time, date, speed, and altitude. Note, data-logger programming is required and can be executed via the enclosed utility. Users have the following programming options:

   1. Position Only
   2. Position, Time, Date, and Speed
   3. Position, Time, Date, Speed and Altitude

3.) Q: How many waypoints can be stored?
3.) A: The answer is contingent on data-logging format configurations. Refer to questions 4 thru 6 for data logging limit answers.

 

4.) Q: How many “Position Only” waypoints can be stored ?
4.) A: A total of 100,000 “Position Only” waypoints can be stored.

5.) Q: How many “Position, Time, Date, and Speed” waypoints can be stored?
5.) A: A total of 62,000 Position, Time, Date, and Speed” waypoints can be stored.

6.) Q: How many “Position, Time, Date, Speed and Altitude” waypoints can be stored?
6.) A: A total of 43,000 Position, Time, Date, Speed and Altitude” waypoints can be stored.

7.) Q: What does the Green LED represent?
7.) A: The Green LED indicator provides the user with real-time GPS status. If it is flashing or blinking, the GPS position is fixed and ready for tracking. In the other hand, if the Green LED remains steady; then, it is still searching and GPS position is not yet fixed.

8.) Q: What does the Red/ Amber LED represent?
8.) A: The Red/ Yellow LED indicator provides the user with GPS rechargeable battery status. If LED indicator is “RED”; then, battery power is critically low. In the other hand, if the LED indicator is “OFF”; then, battery is fully charge. Lastly, when charging device’s LED will switch to a “AMBER’ color. Note, when fully charge the unit will not turn yellow. It will remain in “OFF” status.

9.) Q: What does the Blue LED represent?
9.) A: The Blue LED indicator provides the user with real-time GPS Bluetooth status. If the device’s LED indicator is flashing or blinking at a slow pace, then, GPS unit is indicating its not currently connected to any host machine. In the other hand, if the device’s LED indicator is flashing or blinking at a rapid pace, then, the GPS unit is indicating its currently connected to any host machine.

10.) Q: What’s the BT-335 Bluetooth passkey?
10.) A: The BT-335 GPS unit’s passkey is “0000”.

11.) Q: How do you save a waypoint?
11.) A: It performs this process automatically. When the user presses the power button, the unit will commence searching for satellite constellation. Upon, acquiring a position fix, the unit will start the recording and saving position data to its allocated on-board memory.

12.) Q: What format types can be exported?
12.) A: Exporting formats include:  KML, CSV, TXT, RMC, and GPX

13.) Q:  What platforms does the BT-335 utility support?
13.) A:  The BT-335 utility supports Microsoft’s Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista.

14.) Q: Is my device  WAAS/EGNOS  enabled?
14.) A: Yes, it supports WAAS/ EGNOS corrections.

15.) Q: Are track-points retained when the battery is removed?
15.) A: Track-points are retained temporary (20 min).

16.) Q: Is this device water resistant?
16.) A: No, the unit is not water resistant.

17.) Q: What map datum is used?
17.) A: WGS-84 datum.

18.) Q: How many satellites are needed for 3-D positioning?
18.) A: A minimum of 4 satellites (3 for 2-D no altitude)

19.) Q: How many satellite channels does the device have?
19.) A: 20 possible satellite channels.

20.) Q: Can you use an external antenna?
20.) A: Unfortunately, this model does not support an external antenna.
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