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    Garmin 595
    on: Jun 05, 2017, 11.47 am
    Jun 05, 2017, 11.47 am
    I have just put a Garmin 595 onto my Bike, & connected up with the correct connector. The unit powers up when I switch on the ignition, but switches off when I start the engine. I can power the unit back up with the on/off switch & the battery icon on the display shows that there is power coming from the bike. Anyone else had this issue?
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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #1 on: Jun 05, 2017, 08.35 pm
    Jun 05, 2017, 08.35 pm
    That's interesting - I just purchased a 595 ready to fit to my new Trophy in 2 weeks time.

    It sounds like the dedicated Sat Nav Power Supply of the Trophy is switching off
    as the Starter is being cranked, and that has triggered the auto shut down of the 595.
    ( Is the Trophy Main Battery fully charged ? )

    I would imagine that the 595 has not completed its power down routine
    before the Trophy engine has started, when power is restored to the Dedicated supply,
    so the 595 may not "see" the power being restored and doesn't start back up !

    I will let you know how mine performs when I fit it,
    but in the meantime it might be worth bringing this to the attention
    of Garmin Tech Support to see if they can offer any advice.

    Cheers  :821:

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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #2 on: Jun 05, 2017, 09.26 pm
    Jun 05, 2017, 09.26 pm
    This happens with my Tom Tom Rider 400 although the units internal battery holds the device until the TTSE start up cycle has completed and the engine is idling.

    The battery is over four years old....
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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #3 on: Jun 06, 2017, 11.38 am
    Jun 06, 2017, 11.38 am
    Good Point -

    Fen Black, Can you confirm that the Garmin 595 battery was fully charged at the time ?

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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #4 on: Jun 06, 2017, 12.18 pm
    Jun 06, 2017, 12.18 pm
    I just set my Garmin 595 up on the workbench, in the Motorcycle cradle.

    With the 595 switched off I applied 12 volts to the Cradle wiring,
    mimicking turning on the Ignition - the 595 powered up.

    I then removed power from the cradle, mimicking Cranking of the engine.
    The 595 remained switched on, running off its own battery.

    After a couple of seconds the screen displayed a message :
    "External Power has been lost.
    Turning off in 15" - and counted down in seconds of time.
    There was an option to "Cancel" which would have cancelled the
    turning off operation, and left the 595 running on it's battery.

    The following short video clip shows what "should" happen.

    I suspect your 595 Battery was not fully charged  :028:



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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #5 on: Jun 06, 2017, 01.16 pm
    Jun 06, 2017, 01.16 pm
    There is very little life in the Garmin Battery, I will pop it on charge & see what happens.

    Thanks Guys  :002:
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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #6 on: Jun 06, 2017, 01.18 pm
    Jun 06, 2017, 01.18 pm
    It needs to be charged to take over when the wiired-in supply
    from the Trophy drops out when Cranking the engine over.

    I'm sure all will be well once you've charged it up fully  :028:


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    Re: Garmin 595
    Reply #7 on: Jun 06, 2017, 06.36 pm
    Jun 06, 2017, 06.36 pm
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