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10.2. Trip view

Trip View

Accessed from the Trip Vrstatus.png icon. On the track control page swipe the screen to enter the Trip' page. The Trip view, which can be configured to show a range of settings, including speed, distance, time and navigation.
Switch off auto-record in track settings to get a purely manual track start and end.

Extra trip field

Extra trip field dislaying bearing

As well as the default trip field in the top right of the map screen this puts an extra trip display field onto the map screen. To change the choice of field to display long press it. The fields are configurable using long press.

Pace Speed Dial

Pace dial

This functionality allows the user to set a target speed. The pace dial will then provide a realtime indication of your actual speed, relative to the set target speed. The arrow represents the following behaviour:

The target pace speed can be specified in the trip view settings.

 

Field choices

There are a lot of choices for each field. To change which data is shown, tap the field you want to change. 
The fields are shown split across the screen. Long press the variable you wish to change until it turns blue.
The Trip variables list will appear. Select the required variable from the list.
You can switch between Text, Graph and Dial at the bottom. 

Some of the choices are:

Heading - the direction you are moving in, as reported by the GPS, in degrees.

Speed - your current speed.

Maximum speed - the maximum speed recorded since you reset.

Average speed - the average speed since you reset. This is calculated over the time you are connected to the GPS.

Moving average speed - the average speed while you have been moving since you reset. The time you are stationary is not included, so if you stop for lunch this figure is not affected.

Trip Distance - the distance travelled since you last reset.

Altitude - the altitude of your current location calculated from your installed mapping data.

GPS altitude - the WGS84 altitude reported by the GPS.

Location - the coordinates of the current GPS location.

Trip time - the time spent connected to the GPS since you last reset.

Time of day - displays the current time. The date is also displayed.

Time moving – the time spent moving, as indicated by the GPS's speed, since you last reset. You can set the minimum moving speed in Settings > GPS.

Time stationary – the time spent stationary (not moving), as indicated by the GPS's speed, since you last reset.

Sunrise noon sunset - the time of sunset, sunrise and solar noon (when the sun is at its highest). These are calculated for the current GPS position and for the phone's current date and time zone.
To see the sunset on a different day temporarily change the phone's date setting.

Bearing - if you are navigating along a route or towards a point, this shows the bearing you should take to the next point.

End destination – the name of the route or target point.

Distance to end – the distance to the target point or end of the route.

Estimated time of arrival (ETA) – the estimated time of arrival at the target point or route end.

Estimated time to end (ETE) – the estimated time elapsed (the time it will take) to reach the target point or route end. Next destination – the name of the target point or next waypoint.

Distance to next waypoint – the distance to the target point or next waypoint.

ETA at next waypoint – the estimated time of arrival at the target point or next waypoint.

Estimated time to next waypoint – the estimated time elapsed (the time it will take) to reach the target point or next waypoint.

Distance off route (XTE) - the distance you are away from the planned route. Arrows indicate the direction to get back to the route.

Velocity made good (VMG) – the velocity taking into account the target destination. If you are travelling at 10kmph but your heading is not directly to the target point, this shows the component of speed that is towards the point.

Compass - if your phone contains an electronic magnetic compass, this displays the compass arrow and circle. Blank – the field has nothing displayed.

Navigation arrow - the navigation arrow, displayed when you are navigating along a route or towards a point. It indicates the direction to go relative to your current direction to reach the next point.
The colour changes, as described in the navigation section of the user manual.

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