Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 13

 

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Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 13

 

 

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04 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE 

  LIST OF PRINCIPAL POINTS OF INTEREST (POI) 

*   According to availability in the country.  

This icon appears when several POIs are grouped 

together in the same area. Zooming in on this icon

shows details of the POIs.

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  NAVIGATION SETTINGS 

  Select "Set parameters for risk

areas" for access to the "Display 

on map", "Visual alert" and "Sound

alert" functions.

  Select the "POI categories on Map"

function to select the POIs to be 

displayed on the map by default. 

Press the NAV button.

Press the NAV button again or select 

the Navigation Menu function and

press the dial to confi rm. 

  Select the "Settings" function and

press the dial to confi rm.

POI categories on Map

Settings

Set parameters for risk areas

Navigation Menu

NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE 

Select the "Navi volume" function 

and turn the dial to set the volume 

of each voice synthesiser (traffi c

information, alert messages…).

Navi volume

  The adjustment of the volume for the Risk Areas POIs is used only

during the transmission of an alert.

  UPDATING THE RISK AREAS POIs 

(Speed camera information) 

  This requires an SDHC (High Capacity) compatible reader. 
 Download the update fi le from the Internet (www.peugeot.fr or 

www.peugeot.co.uk). 
 Open this fi le and copy the extracted documents to the 

DATABASE folder on the SD card, replacing the existing fi les.   

  To activate or deactivate vocal guidance, with guidance active and 

the map displayed on the screen, press the dial and then select or 

deselect "Voice advice". 

Voice advice

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TRAFFIC INFORMATION 

          CONFIGURE THE FILTERING AND 

DISPLAY OF TMC MESSAGES 

  Then select the radius of the fi lter in 

miles (km) required in accordance 

with the route, press the dial to 

confi rm.
 When all of the messages on the 

route are selected, the addition of a

geographical fi lter is recommended

(within a radius of 3 miles (5 km) for 

example) to reduce the number of 

messages displayed on the map.

The geographical fi lter follows the 

movement of the vehicle.  

  The fi lters are independent and their results are cumulative.
 We recommend a fi lter on the route and a fi lter around the vehicle

of: 
   -  2 

miles 

(3 km) or 3 miles (5 km) for a region with heavy traffi c, 

  -  6 

miles 

(10 km) for a region with normal traffi c,

  -  30 

miles 

(50 km) for long journeys (motorway).    

Press the TRAFFIC button again or 

select the Traffi c Menu function and

press the dial to confi rm. 

Press the TRAFFIC button.

  TMC (Traffi c Message Channel) messages contain information on 

traffi c and weather conditions, received in real time and transmitted to

the driver in the form of audible announcements and symbols on the

navigation map. 
 The navigation system can then suggest an alternative route to avoid a

traffi c problem.  

  Select the "Geo. Filter" function and 

press the dial to confi rm.

Messages on route

  The list of TMC messages appears under the Traffi c Menu sorted

in order of proximity.

All warning messages

Traffi c Menu

Select the fi lter of your choice: 

Only warnings on route

All messages

The messages appear on the map 

and on the list.
To exit, press ESC.  

Geo. Filter

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       PRINCIPAL TMC SYMBOLS 

  With the current audio source 

displayed on the screen, press the

dial.  

  The shortcut menu for the source appears and gives access to:

  Select Traffi c Announcements (TA)

and press the dial to confi rm and go 

to the associated settings.   

TA

  -  

the station transmits TA messages. 

       RECEIVING TA MESSAGES 

Red and yellow triangle: traffi c information, for example:

Black and blue triangle: general information, for example:

TRAFFIC INFORMATION 

  The TA (Traffi c Announcement) function gives priority to TA alert 

messages. To operate, this function needs good reception of a 

radio station transmitting this type of message. When a traffi c 

report is transmitted, the current audio source (Radio, CD, ...) is 

interrupted automatically to play the TA message. Normal playback

of the audio source resumes at the end of the transmission of the

message.

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the station does not transmit TA messages.

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TA messages are not activated.   

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SELECTING A STATION

  When the current radio station is

displayed on the screen, press the

dial.  

  The radio source short-cuts menu appears and provides access to 

the following short-cuts: 

  Select the function required and 

press the dial to confi rm to gain

access to the corresponding settings.  

TA

  RDS, if displayed, allows you to continue listening to the same 

station by automatic retuning to alternative frequencies. However, 

in certain conditions, coverage of an RDS station may not be

assured throughout the entire country as radio stations do not

cover 100 % of the territory. This explains the loss of reception of 

the station during a journey.

 The external environment (hill, building, tunnel, underground car park...)

may interfere with the reception, including in RDS following mode. This 

phenomenon is a normal result of the way in which radio waves are 

transmitted and does not in any way indicate a failure of the audio equipment.

       RDS - REGIONAL MODE 

Press the RADIO button to display 

the list of stations received locally 

sorted in alphabetical order.
Select the station required by turning

the dial and press to confi rm.  

Regional prog.

Radiotext

RDS

While listening to the radio, press one of the 

buttons to select the previous or next station on

the list.  

Press one of the buttons on the numeric keypad for more than

2 seconds to store the current station.
Press the button on the numeric keypad to recall the stored radio 

station.   

AM

  A long press of one of the buttons starts the

automatic search for a station with a lower or 

higher frequency.

 RADIO

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07 MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS 

       CD, MP3/WMA CD  
INFORMATION AND ADVICE 

In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or CDRW, when 

recording it is preferable to select the ISO 9660 level 1, 2 or Joliet

standard.
If the disc is recorded in another format it may not be played

correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording standard is always

used for an individual disc, with as low a speed as possible

(4x maximum) for optimum sound quality. 
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet standard is 

recommended.  

  The Peugeot Connect Navigation will only play audio fi les with the 

extension ".mp3" with a speed of between 8 Kbps and 320 Kbps 

and the extension ".wma" with a speed of between 5 Kbps and

384 Kbps.
 It also supports the VBR (Variable Bit Rate) mode.
 No other type of fi le (.mp4, .m3u...) can be played.

The MP3 format, an abbreviation of MPEG 1, 2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3 

and the WMA format, an abbreviation of Windows Media Audio and 

the property of Microsoft, are audio compression standards which 

permit the recording of several tens of music fi les on a single disc.  

  It is advisable to restrict fi le names to 20 characters, without 

using special characters (e.g.: " ? ; ù) to avoid any play or display 

problems.

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             SELECTING/PLAYING MUSIC  
CD, MP3/WMA CD 

The playing and displaying of an MP3/WMA compilation may

depend on the recording programme and/or the settings used. We

recommend the ISO 9660 fi le standard.

Press the MUSIC button.

Select the "Select music" function 

and press the dial to confi rm.

  Press the up or down button to select 

the next/previous folder.  

  Select the music source required:

CD, MP3/WMA CD. Press the dial to

confi rm. Play begins.

Select music

Press the MUSIC button again or 

select the Music Menu function and 

press the dial to confi rm.

  Press one of the buttons to select a

music track.
 Press and hold one of the buttons for 

fast forward or rewind play. 

Music Menu

The list of tracks or MP3/WMA fi les appears under Music Menu.  

MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS 

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 MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS

  Connect the portable device (MP3/

WMA player…) to the audio sockets 

(white and red, RCA type) using a

JACK/RCA audio cable.  

Press the MUSIC button then 

press it again or select the Music 

Menu function and press the dial to 

confi rm. 

Select the AUX music source and 

press the dial to confi rm. Play begins

automatically.

Select the "External device" function

and press the dial to activate it. 

External device

             USING THE EXTERNAL INPUT (AUX)  

Music Menu

AUDIO JACK-RCA CABLE NOT SUPPLIED 

The display and management of the controls is on the portable 

device.

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BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE 

*    The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the

compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone used. Check the telephone 

manual and with your network provider for details of the services

available to you.  

                PAIRING A TELEPHONE  
FIRST CONNECTION   

  For reasons of safety and because they require prolonged attention

on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing the Bluetooth 

mobile telephone to the hands-free system of the Peugeot Connect

Navigation must be carried out with the vehicle stationary. The

ignition must be on.  

  Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function

and ensure that it is "visible to all" (refer to the

telephone instructions).  

Enter the authentication code on the telephone. 

The code to be entered is displayed on the screen

of the system. 
Some telephones offer automatic reconnection of 

the telephone every time the ignition is switched on. 
 A message confi rms the pairing.  

  To change the telephone connected, 

press the PHONE button, then select 

Phone Menu and press the dial to

confi rm.

Once the telephone has been connected, Peugeot Connect 

Navigation can synchronise the address book and the call list. This

synchronisation may take a few minutes * .  

Pairing can also be started from the telephone (refer to the

telephone instructions).

Visit www.peugeot.co.uk for more information (compatibility, more

help, ...).  

Press the PHONE button.  

  For a fi rst connection, select

"Search phone" and press the dial to 

confi rm. Then select the name of the

telephone.

Search phone

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  *    The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the 

compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone used. Check the telephone 

manual and with your network provider for details of the services 

available to you.

 BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE

                CONNECTING A TELEPHONE   

For reasons of safety and because they require prolonged attention 

on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing the Bluetooth

mobile telephone to the hands-free system of the Peugeot Connect 

Navigation must be carried out with the vehicle stationary. The 

ignition must be on.

  Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function. 
The last telephone connected is reconnected 

automatically.
 A message confi rms the connection.  

When a telephone is already

connected, to change it press the 

PHONE button, then select Phone

Menu and press the dial to confi rm.

  Once the telephone has been connected, Peugeot Connect 

Navigation can synchronise the address book and the call list. This 

synchronisation may take a few minutes * .

  The list of telephones connected previously (4 maximum) appears

on the multifunction screen. Select the telephone required for a

new connection.

Visit www.peugeot.co.uk for more information (compatibility, more 

help, ...).

  Press the PHONE button.

Select "Connect phone". Select the 

telephone and press to confi rm.

Connect phone

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Select the "Yes" tab to accept or "No"

to refuse and confi rm by pressing 

the dial. 

  RECEIVING A CALL 

  MAKING A CALL 

  An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed 

display on the multifunction screen.

Yes

To hang up, press the PHONE button

or press the dial and select "End call"

then confi rm by pressing the dial.

End call

Press the PHONE button.  

 Select "Dial number", then dial the 

telephone number using the virtual

keypad.

Select the Phone Menu function and 

press the dial to confi rm. 

  The list of the last 20 calls made and received in the vehicle 

appears under Phone Menu. You can select a number and press

the dial to make the call.  

No

  It is also possible to select a number from the address book. 

You can select "Dial from address book". The Peugeot Connect

Navigation can record up to 1 000 entries (telephone numbers).
 Press the end of the steering mounted control for more than two

seconds to gain access to the address book. 

Phone Menu

Dial number

  It is possible to make a call directly from the telephone; park the 

vehicle as a safety measure. 

BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE 

   Press the end of the steering mounted control to 

accept the call or end the call in progress.

To delete a number, press the PHONE button then press and hold 

on a call number to display a list of actions including:

Delete entry

Delete list

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CONFIGURATION 

                SETTING THE DATE AND TIME 

The SETUP function gives access to the following options: System

language, Date & Time, Display (Brightness, Colour, Map colour), Vehicle,

Units, System.

  Adjust the settings one by one using

the direction arrows and confi rm by

means of the dial.

  Select the "Date format" function and

press the dial to confi rm.

Select the "Set date & time" function 

and press the dial to confi rm.

  Confi rm the format required using the dial.
 Pressing the SETUP button for more than 2 seconds gives 

access to:

These settings must be entered again if the battery has been 

disconnected.  

  Press the SETUP button.  

  Confi rm the format required using

the dial.
 Select the "Time format" function and 

press the dial to confi rm.

Set date & time

Select the "Date & Time" function

and press the dial to confi rm.

Demo mode

GPS coverage

Description of the unit

Date & Time

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TRIP COMPUTER 

  TRIP COMPUTER 

Press the MODE button several 

times in succession until the trip

computer is displayed. 

Range:  displays the distance which can travelled with the 

remaining fuel detected in the tank, based on the average fuel

consumption over the last few miles (kilometres).
This displayed value may vary signifi cantly following a change in 

the vehicle speed or the relief of the route. 
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are

displayed. After fi lling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is 

recalculated and is displayed when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km). 
If, whilst driving, dashes are displayed continuously in place of the

digits, contact a PEUGEOT dealer. 

  Each press of the button at the end of the wiper stalk displays the 

different trip computer information in succession, according to the

screen.

  A FEW DEFINITIONS 

-  The "vehicle" tab:  

The range, the current fuel 

consumption and the distance 

remaining. 

-  The 

"1" 

(trip 1) tab with:  

The average speed, the average 

fuel consumption and the

distance travelled calculated 

over route "1". 

-  The 

"2" 

(trip 2) tab with the same

functions for a second route.

Current fuel consumption: only calculated and displayed above

20 mph (30 km/h).
Average fuel consumption:  this is the average fuel consumption 

since the last trip computer zero reset. 

Distance travelled:  calculated since the last trip computer zero 

reset. 
Distance remaining to the destination: calculated with reference

to the fi nal destination, entered by the user. If guidance is activated,

the navigation system calculates it as a current value.

Average speed: this is the average speed calculated since the last

trip computer zero reset (ignition on).

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RADIO

 SCREEN MENU MAP

  "Traffic" Menu 

Messages on route

Only warnings on route

All warning messages 

All messages

Within 2 miles (3 km)

Geo. Filter 

Within 3 miles (5 km)

Within 6 miles (10 km)

Within 30 miles (50 km)

Within 60 miles (100 km)

  "Music" Menu 

  Select music

 Sound settings 

Balance/Fader

Bass/Treble

 Linear 

Equalizer

 Classic 

 Jazz

 Rock/Pop

 Techno 

Vocal

Loudness

Speed dependent volume

Reset sound settings

  "Radio" Menu 

Waveband

AM

Linear 

FM

Manual tune

Sound settings

Balance/Fader

Bass/Treble

Equalizer

             MAIN FUNCTION 

OPTION A 

option A1

option A2

OPTION B...  

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Abort guidance/Resume guidance

Destination input

 Geo position

 Map

Stopovers 

Add stopover

 Navigate HOME

 Choose from address book 

Rearrange route

 Choose from last destinations 

Replace stopover

Delete stopover

Recalculate

Fast route 

Short route

Optimized route

  POI search 

POI nearby

  Route options 

Route type

Short route

Fast route 

  "Navigation" Menu 

City

Street

Enter new address

Country

Navigate HOME

 City district

House number 

 Start route guidance 

 Postal code

 Save to address book

 Intersection

 Address input 

POI near destination

POI in city

POI in country

POI near route

Choose from address book

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Choose from last destinations

TMC station information

Loudness

Speed dependent volume

Reset sound settings

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 Avoid ferries

Recalculate

  Settings 

Navi volume

POI categories on Map

Set parameters for risk areas

 Display on map 

 Visual alert

 Sound alert   

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  Dial from address book  

  "Phone" Menu 

Search phone

  Call lists  

  Connect phone 

Select ring tone

Phone/Ring tone volume

Phones connected

Enter mailbox number

  Settings 

Disconnect phone

Rename phone

Delete pairing

Delete all pairings

Show details  

  "SETUP" menu 

System language *  

English

Español

Deutsch

Italiano

Français

Nederlands

Polski

Portuguese

Date & Time *  

Set date & time

Date format

Time format

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 Avoid motorways

Route dynamics

 Traffi c independent

 Semi-dynamic

Avoidance criteria

 Avoid toll roads 

 Optimized route 

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  *   Available according to model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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