I put the navcore on a class 6 SD card, did not wipe the internal memory and on boot it saw the new navcore, also on the SD card is the latest UK map. This worked with the first pictured traffic reciever shown on this page Traffic receivers and Antennas - Accessories - TomTom for the UK.
TT site suggests also:
Compatibility: GO 740 LIVE, ONE 140, XL 335/340/350, XXL 530/535/540/550, EASE
OR maybe a cheaper model 4UUC.001.01 works in EU and US/NA ? (it is also LT - LifeTime)
Be careful, as far as I know, this USB LT Traffic Receiver works only in Europe and Australia. In Europe, Traffic Receiver uses the RDS-TMC system on FM band (and it is free of charge). In USA, the Traffic information is using the AM band with ClearChannel (which is not free of charge), based on RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data System) which the North American RDS.
So, there are 2 different antennas depending on the region you want to use. Check this post for more details : http://gpsunderground.com/forum/tomt...-antennas.html
Otherwise, a way to test your receiver is :
- connect your RDS-TMC antenna to your device
- if your device is not compatible with your map, you will see on the upper right corner a black circle with a red cross over it.
So, you can switch your device over different maps and you will automatically see where it works !
Anyway, if you want to use in USA the ClearChannel traffic information, I recommend to use the SE Navcore 9.026 on a GO 920/930 because it makes it free of charge !
Re: which Navcore works on TT 920/930 with USB TMC LT Traffic receiver? URGENT
-receiver worked fine in Canada and on the East Coast (previously used on the West Coast - so nothing new )
-tried a little bit in Europe (TMC works great in Germany so I tried in Frankfurt Airport but my 220V/12V converted was to small -500mV and stopped working quickly ), anyway later used in car (in my country where we have no TMC, started searching the signal and offered to set freq manually, offering 88 MHz (FM!) freq as a starting one) so it seems it should work in EU as well (in the other thread user ap823 confirmed it works in UK!)
(in US/CAN TMC works near and in big cities, in Germany much better part of the country is covered by TMC info)