Place a starting point at a trailhead, pick your ending point, add via points, and the device will create a route that follows an existing trail network. Sluggish will now only define how you feel after your day outside. All of these can be downloaded to your computer then cut and installed on your GPS. Dave – September 3rd, On longer trips, the tracks file gets too large the unit locks up. Tim – December 5th,
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I feel they have a little more detail and are more current, at least in the areas I have compared. Ro – November 6th, Mark Latham – December 4th, A neck lanyard makes it more portable.
Tim – February 25th, I recently saw and ad for the Garmin Oregon that said there is now a Garmin subsriptoin service for aerial and sateliete imagery available. PN I feel is probably more than I need both in terms of cost and capability, also intend on using power plug from ATV so battery life is of no real concern to me. David – December 28th, I do recall reading on a Delorme Pn forum that zomming out is a good way to ;n-40 battery life. My wife and I are new to geocaching and we quickly discovered that we love it.
Pressed Quit and screen switched correctly but battery indicator showed 2 bars probably because mis-match between menu setting and actual batteries in unit? I think that the Garmin may have somewhat better topo maps, but you need to buy them pj-40 they are free iwth the DeLorme. Don’t expect anything revolutionary. I want to keep this computer virgin and put nothing on it that will not run in 64 bit.
Stephen- Yes, reading too much can make it harder to wade through the information. The unit is packed with functions and it takes almost a full day of tinkering with it and the manual before you understand enough to take it in the field.
Brian Garner – December 6th, With alternative battery types you can do much better than that, up to around 18 de,orme in my tests.
Also, any recommendations on the memory card in terms of size? My main concern is with accuracy and reception. No change of batteries, NIMH still installed.
I would pn40 out the DeLorme Pn Forum which has lots of user feedback, discussions and questions. In response to your other suggestions. I plan to be traveling around the country and would love to geocache while doing that. I have not tried the zoom out approach to power saving.
Installed the Lithium batteries again.
DeLorme Earthmate PN-40 Handheld
Thanks so much for your quick reply! Assuming user has 32gig SD card, what benefit is gained by the 40SE having the larger 7. At relorme I thought many of the user interface elements were illogical, but the more time you spend with the software the more you understand how those elements make it very flexible and powerful. Laurie, While it is correct that you can now download the 1: If you use regular AA’s with this thing it will burn through them in 3 hrs of delorms use.
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While much about the PN is the same, what has changed is almost entirely for the better, and will leave PN owners drooling for the new device. I have been using a Garmin LegendC and the active delorke log saves a time stamp for each point. Which device do you think would provide you the functionality you need, months from now?
It will usually get a fix from a cold start in less than 45 seconds, so I just turn it on when I need to get a fix. Will I be able to use this system?