USER MANUAL Pantera Command Centre by xiangpeng

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									                          USER MANUAL




             Pantera Command Centre




                        www.pantera.co.nz



                                        V 2.4

The information contained herein may be changed at any time without prior notification

                   Updates can be found on www.pantera.co.nz
CONTENTS

Preface............................................................................................................................ 4

Personal preference set up........................................................................................... 6

TURN ON / TURN OFF on button is in middle of front display ............................. 7
     1 Pair your bluetooth phone ................................................................................... 8

     2 Decide if you want to run Auto Run Navigation ............................................... 11

     3 Adjust Volume .................................................................................................... 11

     4 Adjust backlighting ............................................................................................ 12

     5 Set the FM transmitter (only if you require the audio streaming through the
     vehicle’s stereo) .................................................................................................... 12

     6 Test Making a call ............................................................................................... 14

     L7
     L7
     L7
     L7   ocate and remove sd card that is on the right hand side of mirror .............. 15


     H8
     H8
     H8
     H8    ear your MP3 files ............................................................................................ 15

9.       Navigation:.............................................................................................. 18
                       GPS Positioning ................................................................................. 18

                       Operating Modes ................................................................................ 18

                       Speed Camera Warning setting ......................................................... 20

                       Startup Screen: the Navigation Menu ............................................... 20

                       Navigating to an Address .................................................................. 21

                       Navigating to a POI ............................................................................. 22

                       Map screen .......................................................................................... 24

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     11 Photo Album ..................................................................................................... 25

     12 GPS Monitor Viewer ......................................................................................... 27

     13 Bluetooth Device mManagement .................................................................... 30

     14 Touch Panel Calibration................................................................................... 32

     15 Language Setup ................................................................................................ 33

     16 Time Setup ........................................................................................................ 34

     17 System Information .......................................................................................... 35

     18 Interface Style Setup ........................................................................................ 36

19 AV-IN Function ........................................................................................................ 37

     8.1 V1 Video input .................................................................................................. 37

     8.2 V2 Video input .................................................................................................. 37

     8.3 V3(back camera) Video input .......................................................................... 37

20 GPS Packing List .................................................................................................... 37

21 Product Description ............................................................................................... 39

22 Product Specifications ........................................................................................... 40

23 Rearview mirror GPS Appearance and Function Description ............................ 44

24 Cautions .................................................................................................................. 48

           Rights of User ....................................................................................... 50
           Limitations of use ................................................................................. 51




                                                        3
1 PREFACE

              Thank you for purchasing your Pantera Command Centre

The Pantera Command Centre will soon become your trusted companion as it helps you
travel in the city or adventure into the wild.

     Information comes to you with push button ease and you never get lost.

                             You can answer calls on the go.

              And you have your favourite music to keep you company.

The PCC is a formidable GPS Navigator, with an integrated high-performance reception
chip and high-sensitivity antenna to give you high coverage throughout NZ.

Often your selling dealer will have completed the preliminary setup for you such as date
and time, but you may like to set your personal preferences.

       Please read through the user’s manual carefully.

       Set up your personal preferences

       Set up and pair your mobile with the Bluetooth function on the PCC.

       Familiarise yourself with adjusting brightness and volume.

       Test the initial positioning prior to starting the car.

       Copy music and pictures onto card and backup.

We endeavour to provide all the necessary information concerning this product, and have
used caution and prudence in preparing this user’s manual; however mistakes and
omissions may occur therefore your understanding is appreciated.

Comments and corrections are always welcome.

From time to time without prior notification we may update this information. Please update
this manual with our latest user manual from our website on a regular basis.

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•   Full GPS User Manual available at www.pantera.co.nz

•   We shall not be held responsible for any direct or indirect data loss or damages
    due to incorrect operation of software and hardware, product reparation, or other
    unexpected situations.

•   We shall not take any responsibility for any accidental damage or loss or claim by
    third parties.

    WARNING

        o YOUR SD CARD IS LICENSED TO YOU ONLY AND CONTAINS THE
           APPROPRIATE REGISTRATION CODE TO RUN THE SOFTWARE ON
           YOUR PANTERA COMMAND CENTRE.

        o WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU COPY THE SD CARD’S CONTENTS ONTO
           A BACKUP FILE ON YOUR COMPUTER. THIS INFORMATION CAN BE
           PUT BACK ON THE ORIGINAL CARD IF THE CONTENTS BECOME
           CORRUPTED.

        o YOU ARE ONLY ISSUED WITH ONE CARD.

        o LOSS OF THE SD CARD MEANS THAT YOU WOULD NEED TO
           PURCHASE ANOTHER LICENSE.

    o    MAP UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE EVERY YEAR.

    o INSTRUCTIONS TO DOWNLOAD NEXT YEAR’S MAPS ARE ONLINE AT
        www.pantera.co.nz




                                    5
PERSONAL PREFERENCE SET UP

                      Your Pantera Command Centre is

             PRE-PROGRAMMED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE



                              You ONLY need to:



    Set up and pair your mobile with the Bluetooth function on the PCC (if
    required).
    Familiarise yourself with adjusting brightness and volume located
    under settings.
    Decide whether you want Navigation to run automatically when you
    start the car.
       o If yes, then Enter Settings and click Navigation then tick Auto Run
       o If no, then leave and the menu will display
    Test the initial GPS positioning prior to starting the car.
    Then
  • If required, copy music onto the SD card that is inserted on the right
    hand side of the mirror and backup SD Card to your computer.


     If your PCC malfunctions and the information is not available in this
     book, then turn the PCC off and on to initiate a reboot before
     contacting support@pantera.co.nz
            More information is available online www.pantera.co.nz

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TURN ON / TURN OFF ON BUTTON IS IN MIDDLE OF FRONT DISPLAY




     POWER ON: Press the power button in the middle of the unit for about 3
     seconds, the LOGO as well as the startup schematic progress bar will appear on
     the LCD screen.

          After 10 seconds, the system logs into the programs as shown:




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1 PAIR YOUR BLUETOOTH PHONE


     •   Click the icon   ,




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In the Bluetooth main menu, click                 icon to start pairing mode.




To pair Bluetooth, you need to use a cell phone with bluetooth capability.
Select ‘Search for audio enhancements on phone’.

•   Once the cell has searched for a GPS Bluetooth device, select GPS device
    on phone. It needs the device’s password.

•   The default password is 1234 and device name is GPS.

•   Once the match is successfully completed, confirm ‘Autoconnect” on phone
    when Bluetooth function on both GPS and cell-phone are turned-on, the
    PCC’s Bluetooth will connect automatically.

•   A time searching icon will display.

•   After successful connection, the Phone keyboard on the Monitor will change
    from grey to deep-grey:




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        You do not need to do this again unless you want to add another phone

                                        connect.

If your device fails to reconnect the Bluetooth:

•   Delete the paired device from the PCC and then the phone.

•   Reconnect, taking care to follow the phone’s auto reconnect instructions closely.




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2 DECIDE IF YOU WANT TO AUTO RUN NAVIGATION


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There is an option “Navigation Auto Run at Power On”. Select it and the Navigation

will auto-run at power on, otherwise, the Programme menu will display on startup and

you will need to manually select the Navigation option.




3 ADJUST VOLUME


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            • Click the icon     on the side to move pages.


            • Click the icon    on the left to return the last icon.




        •     Click the icon

        •     Under this interface, you can adjust the volume, enable or disable the

              speakers and the tone while pressing any button or the touch panel.



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4 ADJUST BACKLIGHTING


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       •    Click the icon




5 SET THE FM TRANSMITTER (ONLY IF YOU REQUIRE THE AUDIO
STREAMING THROUGH THE VEHICLE’S STEREO)


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FM SEARCH




            •   Click                       to log into the FM interface, as shown

                below and the following tips pop up:




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•   Press      to turn on the FM transmitter, Press       to turn off the FM

    transmitter


•   Press       to decrease frequency, Press          to increase
    frequency, please adjust the frequency to blank frequencies to avoid a
    local radio station.

•   Turn radio to the same frequency and the PCC will stream the audio
    through the vehicle’s audio system.

•   (Note: if this feature is selected, the car’s stereo must be on to hear the
    PCC).




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6 TEST MAKING A PHONE CALL

MAKING CALLS




               Hang up


            Volume Adjustment

STATUS OF CALL


           •     Number Called

           •     Duration

           •     Hang-up and Increase & Decrease Volume




           •     Telephone Number of Incoming Call

           •     Hang-up Button and Receiving Button




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7   LOCATE AND REMOVE SD CARD THAT IS ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE

OF MIRROR

    Copy Music onto Card

    Copy Images onto Card

    Backup Card




8   HEAR YOUR MP3 FILES


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 click the icon                       to log into the main interface of Music Player as

shown in the following picture:




         • Click the icon        first and click the icon    to select the storage
             directory for audio files as shown:




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•     Select audio files in “NAND Flash” or “Storage Card”, click      to confirm
      and return to the Music Player:




    Click the icon     to add all audio files of the folder.


    Click the icon     to add more audio files


    Click the icon    to select the interface of adding audio files.


    Click the icon    to return to the interface of Music Player.


    Click the icon     or double-click the file to start playback.




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Function Description for other Icons       :




Click the icon        to pause;


     Click the icon        to select next track;


     Click the icon        to select previous track;


     Click the icon        to repeat;


     Click the icon         to play at random;


     Click the icon        to enable the speaker operate normally;


     Click the icon        to silence the speaker;


     Click the icon        to delete selected files;


     Click the icon        to delete all files;


     Click the icon        to quit the interface of Music Player.


    Click the icon            to adjust volume and the icon          or the
   “Playback Progress Bar” to set up playback speed.

  Note: When earphones are inserted, speaker output will be closed
  automatically.




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     9. NAVIGATION:


 GPS POSITIONING

1. Start car in an open space and allow a minute to position itself in relation to
     overhead satellites.

2. While the GPS is positioning the car, please ensure that there isn’t any metal, high
     buildings or tall trees close by that may block the signal.

3. Different atmospheric conditions may mean that the signal is blocked. Be patient
     while it is searching or move into an open space and restart the unit there.

4. The Unit will not work indoors.

5. Hint: the GPS satellites are positioned above the equator. To get the Full GPS
     connection, the PCC must have a clear view of the North Sky.


OPERATING MODES




When the Pantera Command Centre is started for the first time, you need to select
whether to start the program in Simple mode or Advanced mode.
The two operating modes of Pantera Command Centre differ in the menu structure
and the number of available features. The controls and screen layouts are the same.
 •     Simple mode: you have easy access to the most important navigation functions
       and the basic settings only. The rest of the settings are set to values that are
       optimal for typical use.
 •     Advanced mode: you have access to the full functionality.
 •     This Guide covers actions in Simple mode. See the full User Manual
       www.pantera.co.nz for detailed instructions on both modes.
Later you can switch between the two operating modes:


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•   To switch from Simple mode to Advanced mode: on the startup screen

    (Navigation Menu), tap                 ,              .
•   To switch from Advanced mode to Simple mode: on the startup screen


    (Navigation Menu), tap             ,              .




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SPEED CAMERA WARNING SETTING

(SHOULD BE ALREADY SWITCHED ON)




 •    Click settings:
     Select Warnings.
            Check Speed Camera warning is ticked.

STARTUP SCREEN: THE NAVIGATION MENU




After selecting Simple mode, the Navigation menu appears. From here you can reach
all parts of the PCC.
The Navigation menu contains the following options:


 •    Tap               to specify an address as your destination.


 •    Tap               for the list of recent destinations.


 •    Tap               to select one of the stored Points of Interest.


 •    Tap               for the list of your favourite destinations.



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 •   Tap                  to navigate or to browse the map.


 •   Tap                  to customise the way the Pantera Command Centre works.

NAVIGATING TO AN ADDRESS




In the Navigation menu, tap                     .
By default, Pantera Command Centre proposes the country/state and city where you
are.
If needed, change the city: (Press “All” located bottom right of screen to search all
cities).


 •   To select the city from the list of recently used ones, tap the               button.
 •   To enter a new city:
       1.   Tap the button with the name of the settlement, or if you have changed the

            country/state, tap                      .
       2.   Start entering the settlement name on the keyboard.
       3.   Get to the list of search results:
             •    After entering a couple of characters, the names that match the string
                  appear in a list.


             •    Tap                      to open the list of results before it appears
                  automatically.
       4.   Pick the city from the list.




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Enter the street name:


 1.   Tap                    .
 2.   Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
 3.   Get to the list of results:
       •    After entering a couple of characters, the names that match the string
            appear in a list.


       •    Tap                       to open the list of results before it appears
            automatically.
 4.   Pick the street from the list.
Enter the street number:


 1.   Tap                    .
 2.   Enter the street number on the keyboard.


 3.   Tap                        to finish entering the address.


The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap                   from the
Cursor menu. The route is then automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.

NAVIGATING TO A POI




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On the Map screen, tap          to return to the Navigation menu.


In the Navigation menu, tap                   .
Select the area around which the POI should be searched for:



 •                 : The POI will be searched around a given address.



 •                 : The POI will be searched around the Cursor.


 •                 : The POI will be searched around the current GPS position.


 •                 : The POI will be searched around the destination of the active
      route.


 •                  : The POI will be searched, not around a given point, but by the size
      of the detour it adds to the active route. This can be useful if you search for a
      later stopover that causes only a minimal detour, for example upcoming petrol
      stations or restaurants.
After this, the list of POI categories appear.




You can narrow the search with the following:
 •    Select the POI group (e.g. Accommodation), and after that, if needed, select the
      POI subgroup (e.g. Hotel or Motel).


 •    To find the POI by its name, tap                , and use the keyboard to enter a
      part of the name.



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 •   To list all POIs in a given POI group, tap                                      .
[optional] When finally the list of results appear, you can change the list order with the

                or                   button.
Tap the desired POI in the list.


The map appears with the selected point in the middle. Tap                   from the
Cursor menu. The route is then automatically calculated, and you can start navigating.

MAP SCREEN




The most important and most often used screen of Pantera Command Centre is the
Map screen. The map looks similar to a conventional road-map. The blue arrow
represents your current position, and the orange line shows the recommended route.
There are several screen buttons and data fields on the screen to help you navigate.
Their functions are explained in detail in the User Manual.
During navigation, the screen shows route information and trip data, but when you tap
the map, additional buttons and controls appear for a few seconds. Most parts of the
screen behave as buttons.


     ,        or     : Cycles through the available map view modes: a North oriented
2D (classic top-down) view, a rotated 2D view and a rotated 3D (perspective) view.


     : Opens the Navigation menu.


If you have moved the map, a                button appears. Tap this button to move the
map back to the current GPS position.




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                                        •
                       Click the icon   •
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                         11 PHOTO ALBUM
Click         to select the location of file to be saved, enter into interface as
follows:

  •     Select the desired image file, and click       or double click the file name to
        return to the “Image Viewer” interface as shown:




Function Description for other Icons      :




  Click the icon        to enlarge the screen to the full size.


      Click the icon      to move to the previous image.


      Click the icon      to move to the next image.


      Click the icon       to enter the Image Slide mode.


      Click the icon      to zoom out.


      Click the icon      to zoom in.


      Click the icon      the rotate the image 900 clockwise.


      Click the icon      to quit the interface of Image Browser.



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12 GPS MONITOR VIEWER

     Click the Setting Icon




    • Click the icon            to log into the function of GPS Monitor, click the icon

              on the right to log into the interface of Satellite Number & Signal
       Reception Status as shown below:




     Grey means the GPS is receiving the satellites and not positioned yet, as

     shown as below:

     Blank means the GPS unable to position and receive the satellites signal.




    • Click the icon     to interface shown below:




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• Click the icon                                   to reset the GPS satellite test.


• Click the icon     on the right to log into the interface of Satellite Data-stream
   as shown below:




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• Click the icon                on the right to log onto the Altitude,
   Longitude & Time interface as shown below.




• Always close the Settings Page and return to the Program Page.




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13 BLUETOOTH DEVICE MANAGEMENT

From Program page Enter Bluetooth.




       Click the icon                     in the Bluetooth mode to check the history of
       the match-up as shown:


             Connect with all selected devices


               Disconnect with all selected devices.


             Delete all Bluetooth devices.




       Click the icon                        in Bluetooth mode to log onto the Dial &
       Communication Setup.



       These features will not be available if no phones are paired.




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Back Button

Answer Button

Redail Button


Call Recording Button
                    ;




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14 TOUCH PANEL CALIBRATION

From Program Page enter Settings.




Click the icon                      to log onto Touch Panel Calibration.

            •    Using a touch pen press the very centre of the cross as shown on the
                 screen until the Calibration Cursor moves to the upper left corner
                 automatically and then the lower left corner, lower right corner and
                 upper right corner in sequence.

            •    If the calibration is achieved, the screen displays OK and the user can
                 use a Touch Pen to click any spot on the screen to quit. Calibration
                 information is then memorized even the power is off. Your screen was
                 calibrated prior to release from the factory.




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15 LANGUAGE SETUP

   From Program, enter Settings:


            • Click the icon       to log into the interface of Language Setup:




        •     The GPS supports multiple languages - English, German French  ,       ,
              Spanish ,   Dutch Hungarian Czech
                               ,               ,       ,   Danish Norwegian Swedish
                                                                  ,             ,       ,
              Portuguese Italian
                          ,        ,   Japanese Finnish
                                                   ,        ,   Romanian Hellenic
                                                                        ,           ,
              Russian Poland etc.
                      ,
        •      Select the desired language and then return to the setup interface.

Click          to page up the language options.


Click           to page down the language options.


Click           to return back the system settings interface.




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16 TIME SETUP

      In the Settings interface:


  •    Click the icon     to log into the interface of Time Setup as shown below:




  •    Date format: Year-Month-Date=2022-11-04, click            and       to adjust the

       current date.




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     •    Time format: 24-hour system, Hour: Minute=18:14,click                  and        to adjust

          the current time.


     •    Click                 to adjust.

     •    When completed, click the icon             to return to the Settings interface.


17       SYSTEM INFORMATION

         In the Settings interface:




           •   Click the icon                to log in the following interface




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     •    ID: GPS body number

     •    VER: Software Version Number

     •    RAM: Built-in memory capacity/total capacity=32.89MB/64.00MB

     •    FLASH: Built-in Flash memory=1010.14MB/2048.00MB

     •    Initial Setup: Restore the system into the initial status;

18 INTERFACE STYLE SETUP

   In the Settings interface:


         • Click the icon        to log into the interface, two styles of   “Light green” and
            “black”    appear.




         • Select your desired style and then click the icon         to return to the interface
            of Settings.

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19 AV-IN FUNCTION


8.1 V1 VIDEO INPUT

          • Press V1 button, the video will change to V1 mode. The video will back to GPS or
              Bluetooth mode when a call or event occurs.



8.2 V2 VIDEO INPUT

          • Press V2 button short time, the video will change to V2 mode. If you press V2
             for long time, the video will cycle between V2 and GPS every 10 second.




8.3 V3(BACK CAMERA) VIDEO INPUT

          • V3 is designed for connecting with the back camera,

          • When reversing the car, the rearview image appears onto the screen
             automatically.




20 GPS PACKING LIST




                                        37
  Components          Quantity


Mirror with GPS
                         1
    Navigator


Cable with a filter      1


   Power Cable           1


 User’s Manual           1


Bracket(Optional)        1




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21 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    3.5-Inch 16K color TFT High Brightness Display Screen at 320*240

    1.5W Built-in Hi-Fi Speaker

    Button + Touch Panel Operation

    Built-in High Sensitive GPS Reception Module

    Built-in GPS Receiving Antenna

    Software and Data Storage SD/MMC Card or Built-in FLASH.

    Music Playback in MP3, WAV and MIDI formats etc.

    Image Browse in the Format of BMP, JPG, PNG and GIF etc.

    Bluetooth Handsfree Function

    Reversing Rear Mirror

    Supports FM transmit function, Frequency Range from 88MHZ to 92MHZ.

    Power supply from 9V to 16V.




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22 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

                          Environment Parameters

           Size                              30*8.5*3cm

   Working Temperature                       -10℃ ~ +55℃

   Storage Temperature                       -20℃ ~ +85℃

     Working Humidity                        45% ~ 80%RH

     Storage Humidity                        30% ~ 90%RH

                            System Parameters

     Main Frequency                    400MHZ/533MHZ(optional)

      Main Chip Type                     SAMSUNG S3C2443

         Memory                            64MB-4G(option)

      Expansion Card                         128MB~8GB

    Navigation Software
                                      SD card or FLASH(optional)
     Storage Medium

     Operating System                      WINCE 5.0 NET

   Software Compilation
                                               ARMV4I
         Method

    Navigation Software                  Supplied by third party


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                        GPS Hardware Parameters

      Frequency                             1.575GHZ

      C/A CODE                         1.023 MHZ chip rate

  Channel Number                           20 Channels

 Tracking Sensitivity                       -150dBm

Positioning Sensitivity       10m, 2D RMS 5m, 3D RMS, WAAS enable

     Speed Rate                              0.1m/s

  Data Update Rate                             1HZ

   Recapture Time                        0.1s on Average

  Hot Startup Time                         Less than 3s

 Warm Startup Time                       40s on Average

  Cold Startup Time                      Less than 100 s

Maximum Positioning
                                           18,000m
      Height

Maximum Speed Rate                         515m/s

    Acceleration                             < 4g

Build-in Antenna Type           Built-in Active Ceramic Antenna


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 Build-in Antenna Gain                         24dB

Build-in Antenna Voltage                      3.3V±5%

Build-in Antenna Current                       15mA




                         Basic Parameters

   Video Input Type                              CVBS

   Video Input Power                              No

  Screen Dimensions                               4.3

      Resolution                               320*240

 Audio Output(option)               Double Channel CD Sound Quality

     Audio Power                               4Ω/1.5W

    Standby Power                             <20mW

     Power supply                           DC 9V to 16V




                          FM Transmit

  Transmit frequency                     88MHZ~92MHZ

   Transmit distance                          3~5 M



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         BluetoothHandfree Parameters( optional)

Maximum Distance                        10m

Communication Type                      V1.2

  Handfree Type                Full Duplex Transmission

     Chip Set                      CSR BLUECORE3




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23 REARVIEW MIRROR GPS APPEARANCE AND FUNCTION

DESCRIPTION




                                                     9
      1           2    3        4   5   6    7   8

14




10                11                    13



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 17 15   16         20        18   19   21




24            23    22   25        26




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                      27            29        28                         30


Types of Mount




       1               2                 4                       5                    6




                      3 Adaptor =                          +




       NO.                 MARK                                            DETAILED
   1         Mirror                               Mirror

   2         V2                                   Switch to Video 2 mode (used for additional optional camera)

   3         M                                    Not used

   4                                              Power On/Off

   5         S                                    Silent Mode


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6    V1                     Switch to Video 1 mode (used for additional optional camera)

7    MIC                    Microphone for Bluetooth

8    TOUCH SCREEN           3.5-inch touch screen Monitor

9    SD CARD SLOT           SD Card Slot

10   CABLE                  Connected to Power Supply and Video Input

11   BRACKET CHASSIS        Different windshield mounting brackets optional

13   SPEAKER                Built-in 1.5W Speaker

14   BACK OF PCC            Pantera Command Centre

15   V1                     This V1 Input corresponds to Video 1 mode

16   V2                     This V2 Input corresponds to Video 2 mode

17   CAR CAMERA             Car Camera Signal Input Port

18   BATTERY(YELLOW)        +12V Connected to Full Time Power

19   ACC (RED)              +12V Connected to Ignition On

20   GND(BLACK)             Connected to Negative (Earth)

21   GRN (GREEN)            Connected to Reverse Light Wire

22   (RED) CAMERA           Connected to Reversing Light 12v Positive

23   GND (BLACK)            Connected to Negative (Earth)


24   PLUG                   Plug to Camera

25   CAMERA WIRING          Camera Power Wiring Harness

26   EXTENSION              RCA Extension lead (for running from front to rear of car)

27   CAMERA                 Reversing Camera

28   PLUG                   Plug to Power Wiring Harness

29   PLUG                   RCA Plug to RCA Extension Lead

30   SCREWS                 Mounting Screw for mounting bracket to Mirror




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24 CAUTIONS

• Allow the GPS navigator to read the overhead satellites before starting the
  car. The Monitor status will change from blue to grey when completed. This
  generally occurs within 60 seconds. Avoid mountains and high buildings that
  will block this initial positioning.

• Strong radio waves or radiation can affect this product. Avoid these areas.

• Have this unit professionally installed.

• Humidity and water can damage the unit.

• Never switch on in a dusty environment.

• To avoid overheating or fire disaster; do not bend, place the power cables
  under strain or use over-voltage.

• Do not use chemicals or detergents to clean the PCC as they can erode the
  surface or paintwork.

• Please do not let children play with this unit as it is not a toy.

• High temperatures can cause over-heating which could trigger a fault or
  danger. Park in the shade where possible.

• If this unit becomes faulty, contact qualified maintenance personnel to repair
  rather than try to disassemble it yourself.

• Never press the LCD screen violently. Please wipe the screen surface with
  clean, dry, soft cloth.

• Never turn the power off when the unit is in navigation, music, or image
  browsing modes as this could cause the PCC to lose stored data.



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• When the system is reading or writing data to or from the memory card, never
  take out the card. This could corrupt or delete the data on the card. It may also
  crash the system. Make sure the system is off before removing the SD card.

• When formatting, uploading or downloading, never disconnect the power
  supply abruptly. This could lead to an application error.

• Pay attention to multimedia file compatibility. The product can only playback
  files in the stipulated formats.

• All the music and images are under copyright protection. Unauthorized usage
  is deemed to be a copyright infringement.

• Please back up the data from the SD/MMC card onto your computer on a
  regular basis.

• Audio distortion may occur if the speaker volume is left on maximum for
  extended periods of time.

• The pictures shown in this manual are for reference only.

• Power supply cautions: When you install the rearview mirror GPS, never
  connect the car battery +12V to the GND line because it will damage the unit
  or blow a fuse.

• Some buses, trucks, and some late model cars the battery is +24V. If this is the
  case you should never connect the +24V to your PCC or it will be damaged.
  You must find a 24V to 12V DC-DC converter and change the +24V to +12V.

• Only allow authorised installers to connect your PCC. Never attempt to install
  yourself.

•   We are not responsible for any damages, penalties, or fines that may occur as
    a result of illegal installation.

•   We are not responsible for any consequential damage that may be attributed
    to the use of this unit.

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RIGHTS OF USER

•   The User is entitled to install the Software Product into one hardware device (desktop,
    handheld, portable computer, navigation device), and to run and use one copy of the
    Software Product or a preinstalled copy of the Software Product thereon.

•   The User is entitled to make one backup copy of the Software Product. However, if the
    Software Product operates after installation without the use of the original media copy,
    then the original media copy shall be deemed to be a backup copy. In all other cases, the
    User is only entitled to use the backup copy if the original media copy of the Software
    Product has been ascertainably and unequivocally rendered unsuitable for its lawful and
    intended use.




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7.1 7 LIMITATIONS OF USE

    The User is not entitled

•    to duplicate the Software Product (to make a copy thereof);
•   to lease, rent or lend or transfer the software to a third person for any reason;
•   to translate the Software Product (including translation (compilation) to other
    programming languages);

•   to decompile the Software Product;
•   To evade the protection of the Software Product or to modify, circumvent or obviate such
    protection through technological or by any other means;

       WARNING

           o YOUR SD CARD IS LICENSED TO YOU ONLY AND CONTAINS THE
               APPROPRIATE REGISTRATION CODE TO RUN THE SOFTWARE ON
               YOUR PANTERA COMMAND CENTRE.

           o YOU ARE ONLY ISSUED WITH ONE CARD.

           o LOSS OF THE SD CARD MEANS THAT YOU WOULD NEED TO
               PURCHASE ANOTHER LICENSE.

           o MAP UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE EVERY YEAR.




                           FURTHER INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT

                                          www.pantera.co.nz

         The Standard Warranty for this product is 2 years. Extended warranty deals
         are available. For further information please check with your retailer.




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This information contained herein may be changed at any time without prior

                               notification.




               Updates can be found on www.pantera.co.nz




                               Your Agent




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