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Control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment

Control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment

The control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment controls the operation of the mobile phone and transfers the appropriate information to the audio equipment.

Variant 1

Can be combined with all audio and navigation systems. The functionality includes a hands-free facility via Bluetooth and voice control.

There is a USB port near the central electrical module. Software updates for the control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment can be carried out here. The adapter cable does not extend to the USB functions as in variants 2 and 3.

Variant 2

This version can be combined with all high-end audio systems and all navigation systems.

In addition to the functions offered by version 1, version 2 also offers a USB port with power supply built into the floor console. Various storage media can be connected to this, such as USB sticks or external fixed disks with MP3 audio files. These files can be played via the audio system. The USB port also enables control of an iPod via the audio system.

Software updates for the mobile electronic auxiliary equipment control module can be performed via the USB port which is integrated into the center console.

Variant 3

This variant can be combined with all luxury audio systems and is always supplied together with a high equipment level instrument cluster. However, it will only be available at a later date.

In addition to the functions offered by version 2, this design offers control of mobile navigation systems which are equipped with special navigation software for Symbian telephones, obtainable from Ford.

Software updates for the mobile electronic auxiliary equipment control module can be performed via the USB port which is integrated into the center console.

Variant 3

Direction arrows, the distance to the next change of direction (actual and as a bar graph) and the street name are shown in the message centre, in a similar way to in the telephone display. In addition, navigation instructions are given over the audio system.

Variant 3

The GPS antenna is located on the windscreen and is hard-wired to the control module for mobile electronic auxiliary equipment.

Radio remote control

Radio remote control

On vehicles with hands-free kit and voice control, the radio remote control has a Voice button for activating the voice control and for picking up and hanging up a telephone call.

USB port/AUX socket

A USB port and an AUX socket are provided in the center console for variants 2 and 3. These can be used to adapt external audio sources such as an iPod to the on-board audio system. After it is connected, the iPod is recognized as such and can be controlled over the audio system. The audio signal is received via the AUX socket.

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