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Nomad Series - Won't Turn On Article rated 3.4/5.0
A Trimble Nomad handheld can enter into a state where you cannot turn the handheld on. This may also cause the battery to go flat even if the handheld appears to be off. This Support Note describes...
Nomad Series - Connecting To A Tru-Pulse 360B Laser Article rated 5.0/5.0
This Support Note describes how to connect a Trimble handheld that is powered by the Windows Mobile 6 Operating System to a TruPulse 360B Laser Rangefinder.
Nomad Series - Resetting The Handheld Article rated 5.0/5.0
If the Trimble Nomad Series handheld stops responding to the stylus, or if it does not respond to keypad touches, or if the screen goes blank, then you may need to reset it. This Support Note descr...
Nomad Series - Bluetooth File Transfer Article rated 5.0/5.0
It is possible to transfer files via a Bluetooth connection between your TRIMBLE Nomad™ and other Bluetooth-enabled TRIMBLE handheld computers. It does not matter whether the other TRIMBLE handheld co...
Nomad Series - PC Connection Using a USB cable Article rated 5.0/5.0
This document describes how to connect the Trimble® Nomad™ series to a computer using a USB cable and either Microsoft® ActiveSync® technology or the Windows Mobile® Device Center.
Nomad Series - Screen Not Responding Article rated 3.0/5.0
If you have applied a Screen Protector to your device and it no longer responds to screen taps, it is likely that the screen protector has been incorrectly installed.
Trimble Handheld Computers: Connecting to the Internet Through a Bluetooth-enabled Mobile Phone Article rated 5.0/5.0
This support note describes how to connect the following Trimble handheld computers to the Internet using a mobile phone as a modem: GeoExplorer 2008 series, Trimble Nomad, and Trimble Recon handhelds...
Trimble Nomad 900G Series: Switching Between Trimble Software and NMEA-based Applications Article rated 5.0/5.0
This support note describes the issue and the process that you must follow to switch the GPS receiver to output NMEA.
Nomad: Working with built-in GPS Article not rated yet
This document provides information on configuring the built-in GPS radio.
Nomad: Using the Intermediate GPS Driver Article not rated yet
The purpose of the Microsoft® Intermediate GPS Driver is to allow multiple GPS-aware applications to simultaneously receive data from a GPS receiver. If you only run one GPS-aware application at a tim...
Support Note - Nomad - Aquiring a GPS Position Fix - English Article rated 4.3/5.0
"Time to First Fix" is the time required for your Nomad GPS receiver to acquire a position fix. If the Nomad GPS receiver has had a position fix within the last two hours, then it has some k...