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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no GPS FIX
my navman trackfish 6600 gps is aquireing and will not give a gps fix ,I have also had the screen ghosting when I enlarge the area with no detail, the unit is 4 years old .
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
SOURCE: Screen is set to 15 Problem
Usually blackening of a part of screen is most probably due to faulty LCD screen.
he Display of a GPS Consists of (2) Separate Devices that Work Together.
# The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
# The Touchscreen with Glass
The touchscreen consists of several transparent layers with spacers that are applied with an adhesive to a thin pane of glass. The touchscreen & glass lies on top of the LCD display. The touchscreen & LCD display both have their own flex cables that connect to the main board.
The touch screen has a ribbon flex cable with 4 or more conductors, each conductor representing a direction such as:
1. X-Coordinate, Left
2. X-Coordinate, Right
3. Y-Coordinate, Up
4. Y-Coordinate, Down
Most GPS units use a resistive, analog touchscreen. A voltage is applied to the touchscreen and by pressing anywhere on the touchscreen, it acts like a voltage divider, returning a specific voltage value, based upon the location touched on the screen. The GPS is programmed to read this voltage and it translates it back to a specific position on the screen, which may or may not activate a function.
The touchscreen doesn't have to sit directly on top of the display. If you were able to set it beside the display, you could still press the touchscreen and activate a function. The LCD display has no idea where the touchscreen is mounted, all it is concerned about, is what area is being pressed and whether or not that location matches a particular function on the LCD display menu.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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