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UNIT OPERATION > AREA CALCULATOR
This feature provides you an area calculation as you
move about a location or view a saved track. The area
calculation displays in acres, hectares, and square feet,
square yards, square meters, square kilometers, and
To access the Area Calculator:
1. Press the Page button or the Menu icon to
open the Main Menu.
2. In the Main Menu, scroll down and select the
To calculate the area:
1. Be sure the Rino 130 has a GPS ﬁx.
Start when you are ready to begin.
2. Begin walking or traveling the perimeter (edge) of
the area you want to measure.
3. Use the
Thumb Stick to stop the calculation when
you have traveled the desired distance.
4. Use the
Thumb Stick to store the area as a saved
Area Calculation Page
To review the area of a saved track:
1. On the Tracks page, highlight a Saved Track.
2. Press the
Thumb Stick In to see a map with the
area shown in a data ﬁeld at the bottom.
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UNIT OPERATION > GAMES
The Games Page includes Memory Race, Waypoint
Bomber, Clothesline, Assimilation and Beast Hunt.
Highlight the appropriate icon and then press the Thumb
Stick In to play the desired game. Brief instructions are
displayed when you start each game. All players must be
on the same channel/squelch code to play.
Be the ﬁrst to clear the board by matching all of the two
symbols sets together. Each symbol is in a square (you
can adjust the size) that you need to walk or travel to.
Once your position appears in a square, highlight Open at
the bottom of the screen and press the Thumb Stick In.
Play by yourself or race against others. Press Page to quit
at any time.
To adjust the Grid Size or Square Size:
1. Highlight the Grid Size or Square Size ﬁeld and
press In on the Thumb Stick.
2. Choose the desired size and press In.
Start and press In to begin the game.
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UNIT OPERATION > GAMES
In this game, it is good to stay on the move! Two or
more players attempt to “bomb” each other. Move your
cursor around on the map page using your Thumb Stick.
When you think an opponent is close to your cursor,
drop a bomb. The receiving radio shows an “Incoming”
message. If the receiving radio is within the blast circle
(about 45 feet), it displays a message that you have been
hit. You must wait 30 seconds between shots to reload.
Either have a timed game with the winner being the one
with the least amount of hits on their radio, or play until
someone gets a speciﬁed number of hits (that person
HINT: Mark stationary objects such as trees and
poles, and drop a bomb when an opposing player is
near that object! Adjust the rules to your liking!
• To ﬁre at the cursor location, press the Thumb
• To ﬁre at your current location, press the Talk
Call to view the scoreboard at any time.
Page to quit the game at any time.
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UNIT OPERATION > GAMES
Team members select the same user symbol and then
attempt to “hit” or “clothesline” other players by pressing
the Talk button when an opposing team member is
between them. You may also mark a point and assign it a
symbol to be used as a stationary team member. Wait 30
seconds between attempts. Press Call to view the score
and Page to quit the game.
Think of this as a high-tech game of tag. Team members
select the same user symbol and then attempt to
assimilate others into their team by getting within 30 feet
of them and pressing the Talk button. Press Call to show
the score and Page to quit the game. You can set a time
limit so the largest team wins, or play until the other team
is completely assimilated. Set your own rules and enjoy!
The objective is to ﬁnd and kill the beast with an arrow
before it incinerates you or you fall into one of several pits while navigating a maze of platforms. You can be
transported by slides that curve or move diagonally.
When you think you know where the beast is press the
Thumb Stick In to initiate aiming when you are in an
adjacent spot. With the
Thumb Stick, point the arrow
in the direction where you think the beast is and press
the Thumb Stick In to ﬁre. When you lose a game, the
layout of hazards, slides, warning platforms, and the
location of the beast is shown. A scoreboard keeps track
of your wins and losses. Press Page anytime during the
game for further instructions, to turn the sound On/Off, or
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APPENDIX > WHAT IS FRS?
What is FRS?
FRS, or Family Radio Service, is a UHF radio frequency
band allocated by the FCC for general public use. The
operating frequency ranges from 462.5625 to 467.7125
MHz, with a maximum transmitting power of one half
watt. FRS radios are small and lightweight, making them
ideally suited for outdoor activities. FRS radios typically
feature a half watt of transmit power. You can expect
your FRS radio to offer reliable operation at a one-mile
range. If the area between you and another FRS operator
is free of obstructions, operation up to two miles can be
achieved. FRS radios broadcast on one of 14 channels,
each with a speciﬁc frequency within the FRS band.
The use of FRS radios does not require a license. FRS
was intended for use by families and small groups as an
inexpensive means of two-way voice communication.
FRS is intended for use throughout the United States, its
territories and possessions. It may also be used in Canada.
FRS is not approved outside of these areas and
may interfere with local government communication
frequencies (ﬁre, police, etc.).
More sophisticated FRS radios also include call
functions, squelch codes, channel scan features, and voice
scramble capabilities. Call functions allow you to push
a Call button on the radio to alert other radios set on the
same channel. This feature generates a call tone and is
handy in a noisy environment where the tone is easier to
initially identify than plain speech.
Squelch codes allow you to selectively block out other
FRS users that are not part of your group. They will still
be talking with others in their own group, but you will not
hear them on your radio. They may or may not hear you
and members of your group on their own radios. Squelch
codes act as a ﬁlter, blocking your FRS radio from
hearing other unwanted FRS users. Remember though,
these are public-use frequencies and everyone has a right
to talk or listen in.