Voyager Pro is pre-loaded with maps of the USA.
You will be able to download maps from our website for free.
Voyager Pro accepts tracks, routes, and waypoints in GPX format.
Yes, you can use Voyager Pro without any sensors connected, but a 12v DC power connection is required. However, integrating with the vehicle provides you visibility to several key features (engine temperature, battery voltage, tachometer, and wheel speed).
All speed and distance data can be gathered using GPS or the wheel sensor. For the most accurate readout, we recommend using the wheel sensor.
Voyager Pro requires 12v DC power. Connecting Voyager Pro to AC power will damage the unit and void the warranty.
For applications where DC power is not available, Trail Tech offers an AC wall charger to charge the internal battery (internal battery life is ~45 minutes.)
Yes, hold the upper left button to power Voyager Pro on/off.
The internal antenna is designed for optimum reception when installed with a clear view of the sky. Some installations may require mounting under or near metal objects that would block the signal, and in these instances an external antenna (9000-EAA) should be installed.
Yes, the Voyager Pro uses the exact same sensors as all other Trail Tech gauges. Note: The power input on the Voyager GPS accepts a wider voltage range. Please double-check that it’s 12v DC power.
Buddy tracking uses long range radio frequencies to connect multiple riders and display each rider as an icon on the screen.
The external antenna is required for buddy tracking to function properly.
The range varies depending up the terrain. We typically see between .5 and 1.5 miles of range. The range improves with better line of sight.
North America, Central America, South America, and Australia / New Zealand.