Question about Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx GPS Receiver
Can anyone help me with a solution to this problem: Which Garmin GPS unit would be most efficient/accurate for doing preliminary land surveying in the coastal hills of Northern Ca. What we need to do is establish Lat. & Long. points (and altitude) that are fairly close to the actual points that will be surveyed by a registered surveyor, In doing this we are going to save a substantial amount of time and money in clearing brush and having a good sense of where the actual survey crews need to be to establish the actual registered survey marks.The GPS MAP 60CSx looks like it might fill the bill...but I would like another opinion or two. Sincerest thanks to any and all in advance. --Rich
make sure your usb ports are turned on in cmos and also make sure that you do not have them set to power saver mode
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
Have you highlighted the section with the map select tool, then hit the Transfer to GPS button? If you do, what happens then? Does it freeze?
If you are able to send routes and waypoints to the unit, you should be able to send selected unlocked maps as well.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
You shouldn't have to connect to a computer. I don't have an OS map in front of me but I'm guessing they use UTM with a WGS 84 datum (if the map was produced after 1984 that is). Got to the Setup page then select Units. Change Position Frmt to UTM/UPS and Map Datum to WGS 84.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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