Before using the device, you have to fully charge the batteries. From our tests, it required around 3 hours to fully charge them. To connect the device, you have to use the right slider and follow several simple steps on your PDA device, which in our case was a Dell Axim x50V with Windows Mobile 2003 SE. Start by accessing the Bluetooth manager and tap New->Connect
The HI-406BT-C will show up with an ID of HI-406BT:
Press Next->Select GPS OUTPUT-> Next
After accessing the BT Manager, right click,
and select Connect.
Finally, our device was connected to the Dell Axim x50V PDA and ready for use! There are several details available regarding the activity on the BT port.
The device can be found at COM7 with 4800 communications speed. Press the "Scan GPS" and if all goes well, you will see a lot of numbers scrolling by.
By using the special SiRF mode from GPS Tweak, we confirmed that our device had firmware version 3.1.1 installed:
Haicom offers a software that can be used to monitor the device's main features, but also perform a firmware upgrade, in case it's needed: