From:
Bob / Editor <profish@bellsouth.net>
Sent: 2/17/2001 10:35:51 AM
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Re: [gpsstash] Digest Number 229


Hi! Adam!!
I think you can change the coordinate system on the 310, you may have
it set on degrees/minutes/seconds or degrees/minutes/mm
Try this and you may be able to reset it:
Turn the unit on:
press power, then "enter",
then press the menu button, then highlight "setup" with the shaded
cursor, then "enter",
then highlight "coord sys", then "enter",
then highlight "primary", then "enter",
then highlight "LAT/LON", then "enter",
then you should see three choices to highlight:
deg/min/mm
deg/min/mmm
deg/min/sec
then highlight "deg/min/mmm
then press power off and then power up again and you should have it
reset to degrees minutes and tenths/hundredths of a second. (decimal
based)
Hope this helps,
Bob B.
http://www.650motorcycles.com/GPS.html


"Adam M.Bumpus" wrote:

> I've got the 310 and it's a pretty good little unit. The batteries
> last for a
> long time and it's waterproof. I'm not sure that I'd recommend it for
> geocaching though. It only displays the coordinates to .01 degree
> instead of
> the .001 degree that is usually posted on geocaching.com. I think that
> the
> eTrex has a few extra features that are nice to have and is probably
> worth
> the extra $20.
>
> Adam
>
> > Am looking for a gps unit for geocaching and have found 2 units
> > available locally.
> > 1. Magellan gps310 for $99
> > 2. Garmin Etrex for $119
> > Which one would be better? I dont care about maps or a compass.
> >
> > Also is there a difference between the 300 and the 310? They are
> both
> > the same price here and the salesman tried to tell me they are the
> > same unit.
>
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