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DAGR Receiver Default Settings. GPS Setup Page Page Function Page Fields –Operating Mode –Power-On Operating Mode –Frequency –SV Code –Elevation Hold.

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1 DAGR Receiver Default Settings

2 GPS Setup Page Page Function Page Fields –Operating Mode –Power-On Operating Mode –Frequency –SV Code –Elevation Hold –Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitor (RAIM) Mode and Status –Rehearsal Route and Ground Speed –Anti-Jam Accessory Mode and Status –Differential Global Position System (DGPS) Mode and Status (Advanced) –Wide Area GPS Enhancements (WAGE) Mode and Status (Advanced) –Mask Mode and Angle (Advanced) –SV Hold (Advanced)

3 GPS Setup Page 1 From the GPS Setup page, push the ENTER key to highlight a field. 2. Use the cursor control keys to highlight the desired field, then perform one of the following: (a) To edit field text or numeric content, push the ENTER key. For some fields, field content is chosen from a list and pushing the ENTER key displays the list editor.

4 GPS Setup Page Operating Mode Field –Continuous –Fix –Average –Time Only –Standby –Rehearsal –Test –Off

5 Power-On Operating Mode Field –Default –Continuous –Standby –Fix –Average –Time Only –Frequency Field Selections L1 Primary L2 Primary L1 Only GPS Setup Page

6 Frequency Field Default –L1 Primary –L2 Primary –L1 Only GPS Setup Page

7 SV Code Field –All-Y –Mixed Note –Mixed Susceptible to spoofing signals GPS Setup Page

8 Elevation Hold Field –Automatic –Manual

9 GPS Setup Page RAIM Mode Field RAIM Status Field –Unavailable –No Faults –Faults Found

10 GPS Setup Page Rehearsal Route Field Rehearsal Ground Speed Field

11 Anti-Jam Mode Field Anti-Jam Accessory Status Field –Not Connected –Off –Pass Through (Normal) –Nulling –Test In Progress –Self-Test Failed GPS Setup Page

12 Mask Mode Field (Advanced) Mask Angle Field (Advanced) GPS Setup Page

13 DGPS Mode Field (Advanced) DGPS Status Field (Advanced) –Unavailable –Receiving –Using GPS Setup Page

14 Wage Mode Field (Advanced) Wage Status Field (Advanced) GPS Setup Page

15 SV Hold (Advanced) To access the field menu list, push the MENU key. Scroll to the desired menu item (e.g., Edit Field), then push the ENTER key. GPS Setup Page

16 (3) For list editors, scroll to the desired field content, then push the ENTER key. (4) Display returns to the GPS Setup page with change made to field content.

17 CHECK ON LEARNING Name 3 of the DAGR operating modes. –Continuous, fix, average, time delay, average, stand-by, rehearsal, test, and off. What are the two SV-Code fields? –All-Y and mixed

18 a. Enable Auto-Off Function NOTE –Auto-Off Mode (1)From the Power Saver page, highlight the Auto-Off Mode field. Push the ENTER key. - Auto-off Mode Field Power Saver Page

19 (2)Highlight On, then push the ENTER key. The display returns to the Power Saver page with the Auto-Off Mode field highlighted including changes made. (3)From the Power Saver page, highlight the Auto-Off Timer field. Push the ENTER key. - Auto-Off Timer Field Power Saver Page

20 (4) Enter the desired time value (15 seconds up to 30 minutes), then push the ENTER key. The display returns to the Power Saver page with the Auto-Off Timer field highlighted including changes made

21 Power Saver Page b.Enable Auto-Standby Function NOTE –Auto-Standby Mode (1)From the Power Saver page, highlight the Auto-Standby Mode field. Push the ENTER key. - Auto-Standby Field

22 Power Saver Page (2)Highlight On, then push the ENTER key. The display returns to the Power Saver page with the Auto-Standby Mode field highlighted including changes made.

23 (3)From the Power Saver page, highlight the Auto-Standby Timer field. Push the ENTER key. - Auto-Standby Timer Field Note - Set Battery Page to enable auto-standby Power Saver Page

24 (4)Enter the desired time value (5 minutes up to 9 hours), then push the ENTER key. The display returns to the Power Saver page with the Auto-Standby Timer field highlighted including changes made. Power Saver Page

25 Enable/Disable Off Mode Display Heater (1)From the Power Saver page, highlight the Off Mode Display Heater field. Push the ENTER key. - Off Mode Display Heater Field Power Saver Page

26 Note - Off Mode Display heater has no effect on operation (2) Highlight Enabled or Disabled, then push the ENTER key. The display returns to the Power Saver page with the Off Mode Display Heater field highlighted including changes made. Power Saver Page

27 CHECK ON LEARNING What is the desired time range for the auto-off timer field? –15 seconds to 30 minutes What is the desired time range for the auto-standby timer field? –5 minutes to 9 hours

28 Disable Auto-On Function (1)From the Auto-On page, highlight Mode field, then push the ENTER key Note - Must be Off for other fields can be configured. - Mode Field Auto-On Page

29 (2) Highlight Off, then push the ENTER key. (3) Display returns to the Auto-On page with the Mode field highlighted and changes made. Auto-On Page

30 Select Time Zone (1)From the Auto-On page, highlight the Start Time and Date or Stop Time and Date fields. Push the MENU key. (2) Highlight Select Time Zone, then push the ENTER key. (3) Highlight the desired time zone, then push the ENTER key. Returns to the Auto-On page with the time zone reference changed. Auto-On Page

31 Set Start of Auto-On Function Note - Two Options (1) Start auto-on when mode is switched from off. (a) From the auto-on page (with or without a field highlighted), push the MENU key.

32 Auto-On Page (b)Highlight Start When enable, then push the ENTER key. (c)The auto-on page displays the Start Time and Date filed with Start When Enabled. - Start Time and Date Field

33 Auto-On Page (2) Start Auto-On at specific time and date (a) From the Auto-On page, highlight the Start Time and Date field, or highlight the Start Time field. Push the ENTER key. (b) Enter desired start time, then push the ENTER key.

34 Auto-On Page (c) Highlight the Start Date field, then push the ENTER key. (d) Enter desired start date, then push the ENTER key. (e) The Auto-On page Start Time and Start Date fields display entered data.

35 Auto-On Page Set Stop of Auto-On Function Note - Two Options (1) Stop auto-on when mode switched to Off. (a) From the auto-on page (with or without a field highlighted), push the MENU key.

36 (b)Highlight Stop When Disable, then push the ENTER key. (c)The auto-on page displays the Stop Time and Date filed with Stop When Disabled. - Stop Time and Date Field Auto-On Page

37 (2) Stop Auto-On at specific time and date (a) From the Auto-On page, highlight the Stop Time and Date field, or highlight the Stop Time field. Push the ENTER key. (b) Enter desired stop time, then push the ENTER key.

38 Auto-On Page (c) Highlight the Stop Date field, then push the ENTER key. (d) Enter desired stop date, then push the ENTER key. (e) The Auto-On page Stop Time and Start Date fields display entered data.

39 Set Time interval Between Auto-On Functions (1) From the Auto-On page, highlight the Time Interval field. Push the ENTER key. - Time Interval Field Auto-On Page

40 (2) Enter desired time interval, then push the ENTER key. (3) The Auto-On page Time Interval field displays entered data. Auto-On Page

41 Enable Auto-On Function (1)From the Auto-On page, highlight the Mode field. Push the ENTER key. (2) Highlight desired mode of operation (Manual or Automatic), then push the ENTER key. Auto-On Page

42 (3) Auto-On function is now enabled and will start and continue operating as previously set up until disabled. After auto-on is enabled, only the Mode field content can be changed. Auto-On Page

43 CHECK ON LEARNING What is the format for the stop date field data? –DD-MM-YYYY

44 Set Units Page (1)From the Units page, push the ENTER key to highlight a field. Push the ENTER key again for edit capabilities of the field. Units Page

45 - Coord/Grid Field - Resolution Field Units Page

46 - Datum/Ellipsoid Field - Datum ID Field Units Page

47 - Position Error Field - Elevation Field Units Page

48 - Reference Field - Range Field Units Page

49 - Speed Field - Time Zone Field Units Page

50 - Angle Field - North Reference Field Units Page

51 - MAGVAR Source Field - MAGVAR Units Field Units Page

52 - Entered MAGVAR Value Field Units Page

53 (2)Revise the selected field with appropriate information, then push the ENTER key to save changes to that field. (3) Use the cursor control keys and the ENTER key in a similar manner to individually revise all of the remaining fields as required Units Page

54 CHECK ON LEARNING What is a datum? –A representation of the surface of the earth. What are the selections of the speed field? –Metric (kph), English (mph), Nautical (kts)

55 Page Function –CAUTION Enable and Orient Internal Compass –Note Cannot Compute Track and Ground Speed –Determine Track when receiver is moving slow Internal Compass

56 Orient the Internal Compass –Held Horizontally Level –Reorient compass at 50%, 25% battery life and after replacing primary batteries. Internal Compass

57 REF Para a Enable Internal Compass (1)From the Internal Compass page, highlight the Mode field, then set to Enabled. - Mode Field

58 Internal Compass (2) Set the speed value for the Stop Using Above This Speed field. Select appropriate speed units of measure if required. - Stop Using When Above This Speed Field

59 Internal Compass (3) Set the time value for the Start Using When Below Speed For field. - Stop Using When Below Speed For Field (4) The DAGR activates the internal compass as required without further operator action.

60 Internal Compass REF Para b Orient Internal Compass (1)Place the DAGR, face up, on a flat level surface. (2) From the Internal Compass page (with or without fields highlighted), push the MENU key.

61 Internal Compass (3) Highlight Calibrate, then push the ENTER key. The Internal Compass Calibration message is displayed. (4) Slowly rotate the DAGR clockwise until the DAGR indicates calibration is complete. The display advises the operator to maintain or alter current rotation speed. Push the QUIT key to cancel the orientation.

62 Internal Compass (5) Upon completion of the orientation, DAGR notifies the operator and requests acknowledgement. Push the ENTER key to acknowledge or allow it to time out and return to the Internal Compass page. - Last Calibrated Field

63 1. From the Light/Contrast page, highlight the Light Mode field, then push the ENTER key. 2. Select either On or Off, then push the ENTER key. Display returns to the Light/Contrast page with change made. Light/Contrast Page

64 Adjust Keypad/Display Lighting Level, Brightness Key Method (1) From any display, push and hold the BRIGHTNESS key (illuminated bulb icon) and simultaneously push and hold the respective up or down cursor control key. (2) Keypad/display lighting level adjusts up or down depending on which cursor control key is pushed. Light/Contrast Page

65 1. From the Light/Contrast page, and no fields selected, push the respective up or down cursor control key. 2. The Display Lighting field percentage value and slider control adjust by one percent for each push of the up or down cursor control key. For larger adjustments, push and hold the up or down cursor control key. - Display Lighting Field Light/Contrast Page

66 Adjust Display Contrast Level (1) From the Light/Contrast page, and no fields selected, push the respective left or right cursor control key. Light/Contrast Page

67 (2). The Contrast field percentage value and slider control adjust by one percent for each push of the left or right cursor control key. For larger adjustments, push and hold the left or right cursor control key. - Contrast Field Note - Can adjust levels by editing the Display lighting Value.

68 CHECK ON LEARNING What must you avoid when using the internal compass on the DAGR so as not to get an erroneous reading? –Avoid large metal objects, strong magnetic fields, or other electromagnetic interference. When calibrating the internal compass which way do you rotate the DAGR? –Clockwise


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