Load on a USB stick and go to Transfer Files. Highlight on right part of the screen (USB) and press “left arrow” to move it to your Hard Drive. Press “Copy Selected Files”. Go into Flow Control and set mode to Variable Rate. Press “Prescription Map” and select the appropriate map. View on screen to verify.
The required files from SHAPE are .SHP, .SHX and a .DBF files. All files must have the same name. Other files are sometimes supplied but are not necessary (they will not cause a conflict). SHAPE files are a specific file created by ESRI and have become the de-facto standard in most GIS applications. Shape files can be read directly on the G4 as a background file or converted to Job files to make interactive.
Load on a USB stick and go to Transfer Files (in lower left corner). Highlight on right part of the screen (USB) and press double chevron arrow to move it to your Hard Drive. Press “Copy Selected Files”. Go to the Keypad and press Info-Job for a list of Jobs or you can press Set-Job-#-Enter (if the Job is a number). If it is a name, press Set-Job-Enter and see the list of Jobs. View on screen to verify (press Polys button on left side of map to toggle between multiple polys).
A Prescription Map (or PMAP) requires a pmh (Prescription Map Header) and a pmd (Prescription Map Data) file to operate properly. Bothe files must have the same name. PMAPs can be created in MapStar from SHAPE files.
Logs can be converted to .kml files in a special converter program. The program is free. Call to get a copy emailed to you. With the converter, you can also convert .kml files (created on Google Earth) to Jobs for use on the M3 or Bantam.
Simply call us or send us your email and we will send you the latest version of the demo software.
Insero handles repair for Satloc equipment. Please call us to arrange delivery.
Calculate your Meter Cal number with the following equation:
(Perceived / Actual) x original Cal number = new Cal number