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Navigator VI



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The Navigator VI does much more than just tell you the way, allowing you to experience magical biking tours. Its large 5-inch touchscreen is the way to boundless driving pleasure. The display's circular polarisation filter (CPOL) minimises reflections and improves contrast, thereby ensuring optimal readability even during direct sunlight. In this way you can maintain an overview at all times. The optional private vehicle assembly kit also enables multifunctional operation. In addition, the pioneering trip technology precisely determines the right way. The optional Smartphone link for real-time traffic information and up-to-date weather reports keeps you fully posted at all times.

Discover new routes.

Bikers are known for having heads of their own. The route planning software BaseCamp therefore allows you to compile routes that are customized and highly detailed. A trip can be divided into as many as 30 routes. Each segment in turn consists of up to 125 shaping points, thereby offering virtually endless personalisation options. Or do you prefer to just hit the road? The "Winding roads" option, the new "Avoid major country roads" feature and the "Round Trip" function for round trips by time, distance or stop-off points will enable you to experience entirely new worlds.  


"Turn left at the cathedral." Advanced TTS navigation prompts use the sort of statements your pillion passenger might make, meaning you will never lose your way. This precise description of the environment uses traffic lights, road signs and even buildings as points of reference. You can also conveniently search for your destination with your smartphone and then simply send it to Navigator VI. 

Music to your ears.

When it comes to music for your trips, you're your own DJ. Thanks to Bluetooth technology and our new "Music Streaming" feature, you can listen to the tracks saved on your smartphone. Become your own film director, controlling compatible "Action Cams" directly from your navigator. 

Housing: Black plastic housing, robust, watertight (in accordance with IPX7), fuel-resistant, shock proof
Device dimensions (BxHxD): 136 x 83.4 x 24 mm
Display type: TFT colour touchscreen, 65000 colours, white background lighting, can be easily read even in sunlight, automatic day/night mode
Display size (diagonal): 127 mm (5 inch)
Display resolution (BxH): 800x480 pixels
Battery operating lifespan: Up to 4 hours, depending on usage and settings
Battery charging: Via the motorcycle electrical system (during journeys), via a computer using micro-USB connection cable (included), via the optional charger, via optional car assembly kit (with connection to cigarette lighter)

Charging time: up to 4 hours, depending on the voltage source
4-button Mount Cradle: Available either with or without (for vehicles with navigation preparation ex works)

With waterproof plug connection (12 V) for connection to the motorcycle's OA plug

“+”/“-” (zoom in/zoom out over map sections), “Page” (change between menu view, map view, compass, trip computer and media player), “Speak” (announce current navigation instruction)
Highly-sensitive GPS receiver: Yes
Bluetooth technology: Yes. Connection with Bluetooth helmets or headsets (hands-free/headset/A2DP/AVRCP/SPP profile) as well as connection with Bluetooth phones, data exchange between 2 identical devices
Connection to on-board network (LIN bus) Current for the following models: K 1600 B, K 1600 Grand America, K 1600 GTL, K 1600 GT, R 1250 R, R 1250 RT, R 1250 GS, R 1250 GS Adventure, S 1000 XR, F 850 GS, F 850 GS Adventure, F 750 GS, more models to follow.

Convenient operation via Multi-Controller and data exchange between motorcycle and Navigator
PC interface: USB connection (version 2.0, high speed), USB connecting cable included
Integrated aerial Yes
Weight 288 g
Temperature range: Operating temperature: -20 °C to +55 °C (-4 F to +131 F)

Battery charging temperature:0 °C to +45 °C (32 F to 113 F)

$ 566.95

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