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Is their a internal battery in sitex colormax 11


Yes. There is a battery backup to store memory. Read all about the Sitex Colormax chart plotters here:

http://www.si-tex.com/product_manuals/Chart-Plotters-3-08.pdf

Apr 28, 2014 | SI-TEX COLORMAX 11 GPS Receiver

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Gps antenee not recieving signals


please do check the terminal connector of the gps to the antenna
connector cable there should be is a voltage reading of 5 volt dc on the gps using a multitester.if the answer is no then your gps receiver
is out of order.if 4 volt to almost 5volt that should be
be ok..next step is to check the gps antenna cable connector
to the gps antenna using multitester a for short or open connection.set the tester to x1 and calibrate setting then test
short cable should reading full almost zero on the scale,open has almost
no resistance at all.a good gps antenna will read a difference
of forward and reverse resistance reading i cannot tell u the actual reading
of the antenna because it all depend on the length of the cable
and the gps antenna model.but it usually work if u test it this way
please do take note that u are very sure of your setting on the
gps it self before u make this test.
good luck


Oct 04, 2012 | Furuno GP1650DF GPS Receiver

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Falta de catalogo


interfase del sitex explorer plus

Oct 10, 2010 | SITEX Explorer Plus With Gps Antenna...

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How do I see the rest of this solution? Garmin Nuvi 660 GPS Receiver Problem: Garmin Nuvi GPS won't acquire satellites Solution by: wingflinger (1 solutions) There is a known hardware bug in the...


you should see it now
There is a known hardware bug in the Garmin 600 series relating to the detection of the connection of an external antenna. The GPS is supposed to do this automatically and when it detects an external antenna plugged in it switches out the internal antenna. Unfortunately, this circuitry doesn't work correctly in some versions of the unit and sometimes it get's comfused and thinks there is an external antenna connected when there is not. This causes the behavior you describe because, for all practical purposes, there is no antenna connected.

Garmin can fix this and they've been known to fix it even on units that are out of warranty. There is a fix that can be done by someone with the right equipment and know-how which requires disassembling the unit and bypassing the antenna switch. Not to be attempted by anyone not experienced in micro surface mount PCB re-work.

Wingflinger

Dec 12, 2008 | Garmin GPS

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Magellan model MAESTRO3100


if you need the power port for your gps, i have them for 2000 2200t 2500 3100 3140 4000 4040 and 4050 magellan maestro and roadmate

Oct 25, 2008 | Magellan SITEX 236/120ST TM 120KHZ -...

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Nautilus problems


Hello:

I also have the Nautilus & the processor just isn't as fast as the newer units. You can adjust the track up mode to only refresh when the rotation of the map is over a cert amount, degrees, (resloution angle) if you have it set to a low value it will continually keep the route dead up & constantly refresh.

See section 4.3 Map orientation in the manual.

On the route reversal are you getting the pop up screen that alerts you that the route has been reversed?

I assume you have a manual?

I am actually contemplating selling my unit as I have a Garmin 478 from work & the screen is much easier to read in the bright sunlight. I had my Sitex on my Grady which had a bimini, but my Mako CC does not & the sunlight washes it out.

I'm thinking $375 for the whole unit with a wide area chart of MA.

May 14, 2008 | SI-TEX Nautilus NT GPS Receiver

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Si Tex Neptune GPS Plotter


It souds like your GPS is bad. It is either a RV16 or a GPK10. If the GPS is about 1 inch in width then it is a RV16. If the GPS is about 3 inches in width then it is a GPK10. Both GPS units are available through SITEX. 727-576-5995 x139

Nov 20, 2007 | SI-TEX Neptune GPS Receiver

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SI-TEX MAX 10 NT


Yes, they are. Call SITEX 727-576-5995 x139

Oct 05, 2007 | SI-TEX MAX10 NT GPS Receiver

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GPS Elevation/Azimuth Always Read Zeros


Josh, The grey cable that you see (sometimes it comes in a black woven cable as well) as soon as you open up your unit has to be connected to the main board in the corner. Additionally on the I/O card or GPS board (the board that's attached to the rear cover) has to be connected as well. If you see any loose cables and you find a place it fits, plug it in. So, the answer to your question is yes, that could be the problem. -Daniel

Dec 24, 2006 | Magellan RoadMate 700 GPS Receiver

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