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Garmin Foretrex 301 - Reloj GPS de senderismo, tamaño 4.32 x 7.37 x 2.29 cm
|Precio recomendado:||EUR 149,00|
|Ahorras:||EUR 35,14 (24%)|
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- La unidad Foretrex 301 permite combinar varios waypoints para crear y almacenar rutas a todos tus lugares favoritos. También ofrece información útil para ayudarte con la navegación, incluido un procesador de trayecto, las horas de salida y puesta del sol e información sobre caza y pesca. Para realizar el seguimiento de tu trayecto, conecta la unidad Foretrex al PC o Mac mediante USB y almacena waypoints, rutas y tracks en tu ordenador.
- Duración de la batería 18 horas.
- Este producto puede estar equipado solamente con un enchufe del Reino Unido.
- Este producto no se puede configurar para operar en Francia. canales preestablecidos y la programación automática de canales pueden no funcionar.
- Receptor GPS de alta sensibilidad para mejorar el rendimiento y la recepción
- Interfaz USB
- Junta estándar: IEC 60529 IPX7
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Descripción del producto
Acorde RoHS: Si
Altura: 43 cm
Altímetro barométrico: No
Ancho: 75 cm
Brújula electrónica: No
Calendario de caza/pesca: Si
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Cantidad de rutas: 20
Color del producto: Plata
Creación automática de rutas: No
Cálculo de áreas: No
Deporte (gimnasio, correr): No
Exterior (excursionismo, senderismo): Si
Factor de forma: De mano
Foto de navegación: No
Información de la luna y el Sol: Si
Mapa de referencia: No
Numero de baterías soportadas: 2
Número de pistas: 10
Número de punto de waypoints: 500
Pantalla táctil: No
Profundidad: 23 cm
Resolución de la pantalla: 100 x 64 Pixeles
Tablas de mareas: No
Tipo de batería: AAA
Transferencia de unidad a unidad: No
Visor de imágenes: No
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Bien embalado y con toda la documentación en el interior y instrucciones en castellano.
Hoy he realizado la primera prueba y funciona a la perfección, tanto de mediciones, como de regreso a la ruta de inicio.
Bastante fácil de utilizar, todo y que hay que introducir o cambiar parámetros.
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For the 301 there is a better design to hold the strap onto the GPS. It uses screw in pins, so I think that problem is fixed and it shouldn't pop off. However, the strap length is still too short or too long. I am going to just buy a case where you can take the GPS and put it inside of a clear case and that has a Velcro strap.
I used the 101 on every mission in Afghanistan and it was really great to get quick grids of your location. Projecting points on the 101 and the 301 isn't that easy though. You can only choose distances at 100 meter intervals, so that's as accurate of grid as you will get. It's also not very easy to navigate the menu to get at the project waypoint screen. I just used it to quickly find out where I was, and for that it was fantastical.
The sensitivity of the receiver is awesome. You can pick up signals when it's sitting on the passenger seat of your car or when your in the woods walking. I ride mountain bike, and it seemed to work OK when I was under moderate cover at all speeds. When you get into really thick cover and you are going pretty fast the accuracy degrades a little, but it still tracks satellites. Your speed won't be that accurate though.
Hooking it upto a computer is easy too. It just loads as a USB mass storage device, so you don't need serial ports anymore. For military, I'm not sure if it will still be compatible with moving map on Falconview, haven't tried it.
I definitely recommend this. The only problem is the crappy strap that's not meant for human-sized wrists. On a bike mount, in a different case or attached to your body armor or whatever it's awesome.
There are lots of free software tools that read the GPX format that this device uses. You can also edit the onboard .gpx file directly if you really know what you're doing, which is very nice for bulk imports, etc. Just copy a valid .gpx file into the "GPX" folder (one level ABOVE the one that you download in the first place).
The GPS receiver is much, much more sensitive than earlier generations. It locks on to satellites in much less time, holds the signal better, and works through more overhead cover. This does NOT mean that you can take it into a cave and get a signal, nor will it work in the center of a widebody airliner... but it's still much better than anything else I've tried.
The logging and interface are a little cumbersome, but that's the tradeoff for making something this small and rugged (there are only four control buttons plus the one power button).
All in all, I've been exceptionally happy with mine.
We bought this as a gift for our father who loves hiking solely because of the easy to see altitude screen. Needless to say, I was disappointed when the item came in the mail. I called Amazon and told them to change the picture a week ago, but it still is showing the wrong thing.
The improved GPS receiver is very fine -- you can get reception while driving, wearing it on your wrist. Fuctions are much like those of the obsolete eTrex, plus new things, such as a compass heading readout.
The vendor, Mountain Gear, is very good, with extremely prompt shipment, and their customer service, in the unlikely event you need it, it also excellent.
Software is not furnished with the Foretrex 301.
The Foretrex 301 acts as a hard drive on your computer, through the USB port. Unfortunately, I know of no Garmin software that recognizes the Foretrex 301. However, Garmin's Trip and Waypoint Manager running on Windows XP Professional (and presumably Vista) will read Foretrex 301 data using the File option on the manager, so waypoints etc., can be read, mapped, and stored on your computer. This is not obvous, but easy to use specifying the GPX format.
Oddly, the Trip and Waypoint Manager does not work properly on the Microsoft VirtualXP under Windows 7, and the software is not yet supported for Windows 7 and will not run on it (I am using manager version 3).
I admit to getting a bit lost once in a while and there's a neat feature to "take you back" to the start of the hike, either by walking you back the same trail or giving you a compass heading and distance.
Customer service is unbelievable. Quick email answers. Once they even called me to talk about the issue I had questions about. Wow. Many other companies, your query simply goes into a black hole. I have had $40K cars where I couldn't get info and these guys call me on the phone about their $140 product.
No, I don't work for Garmin but I do have a Nuvi for my car.