The first GPS to meet the needs of off-road riders.
The only meter you need to bring . . .
- GPS Speed, Distance, Compass, Altitude, Temperature, Maps, Wheel Sensor
- 2.7” 400x240 WQVGA LCD
- Readable in the brightest sunlight
- Engine performance linked to GPS data
- Crash resistant, off-road design mounts below the bars for protection
- Upload routes from any GPS or PC
- Purpose designed mounting
- Customizable user screens
- Model-specific integrated kits
- Accepts AC or DC power from virtually any vehicle
- Rugged handlebar mounts - 7/8” to 1-1/8”
- Track Manager CD: View, edit, organize and share entire trail systems in 3D.
- Screens: Data is intuitively arranged and quickly accessed using joy-stick navigation.
- Diagnostics: Altitude vs. Engine Temperature profiling for advanced GPS diagnostics.
- Mapping: Accurate tracks, even in the toughest terrain. Pan, zoom, graphs, waypoints, and more.
- Sharing: Waterproof, easy access MicroSD card reader allows sharing of routes, even on the trail.
Voyager is the like no other GPS you have seen on the market. The one and only GPS designed and manufactured for off-road. Whether you ride motorcycles, ATVs, Snowmobiles or 4 wheel drives, Voyager is your unit!
The Only Meter You Need to Bring: Trail Tech has combined an expertise in off-road meters with the utility of GPS navigation. No longer do you need separate meters: one to monitor your vehicle and another to navigate. Physical sensors and GPS are combined in a single unit, working together to provide a superior off-road experience.
Display: The Voyager 400x240 WQVGA LCD display has no rival on the market, featuring incredible resolution and contrast. In intense sunlight the transflective properties go to work creating a bright, vivid display. An LED backlight lights the display after the sun goes down.
Mounting: Other GPS systems are not targeted at off-road motorcycles; they typically require optional mounts putting the unit high on the handlebars exposed to expensive crash damage, total loss or possible rider injury. Voyager mounts directly to your vehicle, bolted at or below the handle bars. This unique mounting solution allows Voyager to become an integral part of your vehicle. Voyager is the first GPS product that has a dedicated peace-of-mind mounting system for an off-road motorcycle.
Durability: The Voyager is designed to stand up to the normal abuse seen on the trail. Building on years of Trail Tech design experience, Voyager is ready to handle a beating. Trail Tech Crash Tested!
Smart Data Logging: When your engine stops so does the GPS trail logging – eliminating random data points from your track when you’re not moving. Voyager provides clear, accurate tracks even in the toughest terrain.
Sharing: Use OHVtrails.net to download and share your favorite trails. Explore new trail areas with confidence. Voyager also offers on and off the trail file sharing between units via the waterproof MicroSD card (reads most GPS brands.)
Temperature: Voyager provides both ambient and engine temperature. Engine temperature is saved in track data points and graphed for comparison with altitude changes. Diagnostic screens help you review engine performance from past trails. Temperature sensors are available for any air-cooled or water-cooled engine.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Question: Voyager kits include physical sensors, magnets, and other cables. Why does the unit need this if it’s a GPS?
Answer: You can use Voyager handheld without any sensors connected. However, physically bolting Voyager to your vehicle provides many advantages over what you are used to in a “standard” GPS.
- Power from the machine enables several integration features, such as extended run-time and maintenance-free charging. (Voyager can be run using only the internal battery and charged with a wall charger.)
- The engine temperature sensor monitors the health of your machine and enables two major features: engine temperature diagnostics and over-temp warning LEDs.
- The ignition sensor tells Voyager when the engine is running. This enables logging of tracks only when engine is running and tachometer display features.
- The wheel sensor can also control when to log, and provides a more accurate odometer than GPS. See next question.
Question: Do I really need a wheel sensor? “Standard” GPS units get along just fine without one.
Answer: All speed/distance data can be gathered from either GPS or the wheel sensor. Voyager kits provide a wheel sensor for several reasons:
- When using a wheel sensor, Voyager knows to stop logging when the vehicle stops moving. When you start rolling again, the wheel sensor tells Voyager which starts logging again (without a GPS induced lag.)
- The wheel sensor will track distance regardless of GPS conditions. This is important under several circumstances:
- GPS cannot tell the difference between a motorcycle moving under its own power or in the back of a truck.
- The GPS signal can be lost, especially around metal structures or in tunnels. With no signal, speed and distance accuracy is lost.
- GPS cannot see small changes in elevation (i.e. whoops and ruts.) Over time this will create significant odometer error.
- GPS is accurate while travelling in straight lines at constant velocity. However, tight, fast corners will cause the GPS to skip over part of your path. Over time this will contribute to odometer error.
- Trail Tech believes an accurate odometer and hour meter are critical features. To maintain this accuracy, kits are provided with a wheel sensor included.
Question: Does Voyager have topo maps?
Answer: On the trail, OHV (off-highway vehicle) riders do not typically utilize elevation data found on topo maps; instead, topo maps are used because of trail route information. Topo maps are mostly based on aerial photos from the 1950’s and 1960’s, so many are out of date and inaccurate. While some updated topo maps are available, the efforts to restore them focus on hiking trails, not OHV trails.
Because topo maps are not particularly well suited for use on OHV trails, Voyager provides a better means of collecting, displaying and sharing up-to-date OHV trail information. Routes may be imported into Voyager from standard GPX files, or exported for later review and sharing. Using Voyager’s trail-centric approach, riders can enjoy a superior experience using up-to-date trail maps.
You can find up-to-date trail information at Trail Tech’s OHV map website: www.OHVtrails.net. There you can plan your rides by overlaying a library of OHV trails and roads on top of detailed topographical maps and satellite images courtesy of Google Earth™. Create your own custom trail collection and upload it to your Voyager GPS dashboard. While OHVtrails.net currently covers only North America, it is being actively developed for other parts of the world. OHVtrails.net is provided free of charge for all to use.
Trail Tech Inc. is a leading edge manufacturer of the highest quality aftermarket lighting components, electrical systems, and digital meters available to the adventure sports market.
Trail Tech manufactures and distributes globally. For more information contact Trail Tech at 360 687 4530, or visit the Trail Tech website http://www.trailtech.net.