Updating maps on garmin c340
So I was wondering whether all I have to do is to connect the C340 to the computer and install the updated maps on the device and hopefully it will overwrite the existing maps.
Garmin is a company that produces consumer, professional aviation, and marine devices that make use of the Global Positioning System for navigational assistance.The NT2009 literature states compatibility with the C340 When the 2009 NT update arrives, I am confident the mapinstaller will alert me that the map is too large, and present options as to what will fit.I then plan to run mapinstall a second time to add those portions that do not fit to an SD card. I thought the internal memory space on the C340 is 2GB and should easily fit the new maps right ...A version of the i3 with pre-loaded map on built-in storage was released in October 2005.The Streetpilot c500 series (includes: c510, c530 and c550) was launched in March 2006, updating the c300 with Sirf Star III GPS chipset, new software and a slimmer footprint.with 3.7" 305x160 color touch screen and a Compact Flash Type II slot.
The 26 models were supplied with maps on a CD plus a 128MB CF card. They had a reversing light sensor, speed sensor, and angular direction sensor, to boost the system's accuracy, plus dead reckoning capability.
The successor model was the Street Pilot III in 2002, which had a 3.85" 305x160 color screen and added voice prompts.
It was available in 32MB and 128MB (Deluxe model) memory options which was used to store the user loaded maps; it had a base map featuring major highways.
The Quest had 128MB (256MB in Europe) of memory, 13MB reserved, for the user to load maps onto. An updated Quest 2 model, with expanded storage had full maps pre-installed was released in September 2005.
The Nüvi automotive GPS product line was released in Q4 2005.
'cos the 2008NT maps loaded on it has US, Canada & Puerto Rico on the internal memory.