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[PDF]NAVIGON 2100/2120 User's Guide
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Hi Mart136, Were you able to get XCSoar to work on your Navigon 4310? I have the same problem with XCSoar and my Navigon 2100 Max. I did exactly as prescribed for installation on the XCSoar site but my 2100 Max keeps asking for the Navigon SD card .. it doesn't want to recognize a standard SD card. Does anybody have any suggestions? Thx Much!
Wiring diagram pinout for Navigon GPS charge and concurrent use
5 Volts Direct Current
Conneted to Pin 4 (GND) as pure short, no resistor
Ground, shorted to pin "X"
Use of standard mini-b will place unit in
Data Exchange/Synchronization mode. Use of mini-b with a 4-x pure short
will allow use of Navigation software and concurrent charging. USB power
source must be 1000 ma or above.
The problem lies with the fact that a standard mini usb pin-out has + voltage on pin 1 and ground on pin 5. The navigon is programmed to recognize this as a computer. The navigon charger however has + voltage on pin 4 and ground on pin 5. The reason for navigon doing this as opposed to following the standard pin-out is due to the unit requiring a stronger power supply to charge the battery. USB current output on a computer does not have the capacity to do this. As a consequence, you will have to find a charger that has the right pin-out for this device ( + on pin 4 and - on pin 5 ). The tough thing is, there is no way to tell one from the other, they look identical. However, I have found that chargers with a capacity of 1000 ma or greater are pinned-out like above ( + on pin 4 and - on pin 5 ). Other than using a multimeter to verify the pins, the only thing to do, would be to plug it in and see if it works. Hope this helps.