Z-E3756 – Vehicle-Specific Naviceiver for Fiat DucatoInnovative multimedia and the most advanced navigation system for your motorhome – the Z-E3756 from the E>GO range is specifically developed for the FIAT Ducato III, Citroën Jumper II, and Peugeot Boxer II. The Z-E3756 blends in perfectly with the original look of your vehicle, and can be comfortably controlled from the capacitive 7“/17.8 cm touchscreen with glass surface.
Experience ZENEC‘s fascinating entertainment world in your vehicle. The Z-E3756 offers you all the program variety of the new digital transmission standard DAB+ thanks to its multituner system with crystal clear reception. The built-in CD/DVD drive and two USB ports at the rear of the device (with 80 cm cable extension) handle the playback of the latest audio and video formats. The Z-E3756 can drive audio signals to external Bluetooth speakers so that you can also enjoy your music outside your motorhome.
With its EU map package (47 countries), the integrated camping POI with approx. 20,000 camping and motorhome stopover sites plus another 6.5 million Premium POIs, ZENEC‘s motorhome specialist guides you reliably and safely to any destination. By choosing a vehicle profile and entering vehicle-specific data, you can plan any route more effectively. Map updates are provided free of charge for the duration of 3 years.
|FIAT Ducato III||250/251||2006 - 2011|
|FIAT Ducato III||250/251||2011 - 2014|
|FIAT Ducato III||250/251 (X290)||as of 2014|
|CITROËN Jumper II||250/250D/250L||as of 2006|
|PEUGEOT Boxer II||250/251||as of 2006|
• Prepared for the connection of a CAN/SWC steering wheel remote control interface (sold separately)
• For the direct mounting of a Z-E3756 device, the target vehicle must be equipped with radioprovision.
• The vehicle must feature a suitable active antenna system (FM/DAB+) to provide acceptable antenna signal levels.
|iPhone/iPod Compatibility list||Compatible Audio and Video files||Bluetooth Compatibility|
|iPod/iPhone Compatibility list||Audio/Video Compatibility list||Bluetooth Hands-Free Compatibility Disclaimer
The Z-E3756 uses a monolithic single chip Bluetooth solution which was developed for deployment in the mobile (automotive) realm. The module supports Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR (“Enhanced Data Rate”) profile, which causes the ZENEC Z-E3756 to be compliant with most given Bluetooth profile standards. The A2DP and Bluetooth hands-free module of this ZENEC device will work well with smartphones which support the v2.1 + EDR BT profile and up. In practice, exceptions to the rules are known and caused by various factors such as localization or customized provider specific smartphone firmware etc.
In order to be absolutely certain that a given smartphone works well with the relevant BT functions of the target device, a direct check of the device combination BEFORE buying the unit is recommendable and helpful.Known limitations:
Some mobile phones will ask permission before accessing a contact or the contact list. Where this is the case, you will have to give permission on the phone itself.
If you encounter connectivity issues, always check to see if there is a new firmware version for your phone and install it if necessary. After a firmware update, proceed to delete the previous pairing on the ZENEC device (if applicable). Shut down and restart your smartphone, then pair again.
AW: The Z-E3756 is suitable for motorhomes which are based on Fiat Ducato III vehicles. The vehicle must be equipped with a factory radio provision. The Z-E3756 is not compatible with vehicles that are equipped with a factory radio or OE navigation system.
My FIAT Ducato X290 is brand new. I cannot find any compatibility info for this Ducato model and the Z-E3756?
AW: The Ducato vehicle platform calls itself, since 2006, always 250/251. The internal and unofficial type designation is, however, from 2014 and on X290 for the 250 vehicle models. The vehicle registration certificate also shows ZFA250, therefore the Z-E3756 is suitable for mounting and operation.
On the first power-on and if the ZENEC device was separated from power, I cannot find a radio station?
AW: Right after the first power-on process and after separation from the vehicle battery, the Z-E3756 will perform an automatic radio station search. Depending on the vehicle location frequency band to be scanned, the search process can take up to 2.5 minutes. During the search period, radio stations cannot be accessed nor selected by the user.
AW: The Z-E3756 features an integrated DAB+ twin-tuner. For the reception of digital radio stations, an antenna supporting the DAB standard must be present in the vehicle and connected to the device.
If your motor caravan does not offer a suitable DAB antenna ex works, it needs to be equipped with an aftermarket DAB antenna or DAB splitter, to enable reception of digital radio programs.
AW: The Z-E3756 contains a DAB+ twin tuner, providing a dynamic list of DAB+ radio stations currently receivable in the area. The station sorting corresponds to the sequence of the DAB Ensembles and their short ID (e.g. 5C, 7A, 7D, 8D, 12C). The radio stations in each Ensemble do follow the provider station list sequence. Further sorting of stations in the list is not possible. The Ensembles and radio stations are updated by the automatic background scan approx.. every 2 minutes.
AW: If your vehicle is equipped with an OE steering wheel remote control it can be connected to the Z-E3756. For this purpose, depending on the vehicle model and model year, a vehicle-specific CAN/Stalk interface such as the item ZEY-CTS-FAZ0115 and a connecting wire from interface to device (ZENEC ZEY-ZENECLEAD) are required. These accessory items are separately available.
AW: “ALT” is an abbreviation for “Alternative” and refers to a configurable function key, (see device manual under “Misc Setup” p.59) where a specific function can be assigned via the Setup menu. This unit features a ALT hard key on the front panel and a ALT button in the HMI. The following direct function assignments are possible, for the “ALT” button: CAM/Mute/NAVI/Tuner/EQ/Setup/BT-Music/BT/ DISP/iPod/USB/HDMI/GAA/DVD/AV-IN.
AW: An important feature for motor caravans is the allocation of the CAM key to the rear view camera (if installed), which allows, during normal driving, to invoke the rear view camera picture with the keystroke of the CAM button, at any time.
AW: During the development of the Z-E3756, direct comparisons between matte (etched) glass and the high-gloss surface version were carried out. The side-by-side comparison clearly puts the glossy version in front of the matte panel. The benefit of the glossy version is the higher contrast level with improved readability of text fonts, also under direct sunlight.
The display brightness of my Z-E3756 seems too dark at daylight? I am driving with daytime running light
AW: The Z-E3756 has in the device settings menu, two selectable control options for the automatic TFT display brightness adjustment. At the device, go to: Setup > TFT Settings > TFT Control > “Car” or “Navi”.
As factory default setting, “Car” is enabled which means that the device dims the screen when low or high beam is activated. For the “Car” based TFT screen brightness control, the “Illu signal” at the ISO-connector is used. Daytime Running Lights with TFT Control set to “Car” mode will cause dimmed screen with the headlights turned on.
Therefore, users driving with daytime running lights should set the TFT Control to “Navi” so that the day/night time zone data is used to control TFT screen brightness. Note: The “Navi” setting will cause the device to start up in night mode until an actual GPS time signal for device master clock is retrieved via GPS downstream. This may take up to 30 seconds
Google Android Auto is not (yet) available in many countries. Google itself does not publish any availability data for Android Auto. You can, however, register at www.android.com/intl/auto with your email address to be notified of the Android Auto availability in your country.
To use Android Auto with your Android Smartphone, at least Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or a higher version of the Android operation system must be installed on your smartphone.
To use Android Auto on your ZENEC device, you have to adjust time and date on your ZENEC device correctly. Please pay attention to chapter „Setup Operations → System → Clock & Date Setup“ in the main device manual of the Z-E3756.
For more detailed information about Android Auto, please visit https://www.android.com/auto/ and https://support.google.com/androidauto#topic=6348027
AW: No, but there is an optionally available accessory item called “GBA-HDMIBOX” (1 x HDMI, 2 x USB) which works with the Z-E3756.
AW: During the navigation announcement, the volume of the voice announcement can be adjusted by the volume rotary encoder or via the horizontal volume scale pop-up of the Z-E3756. Simply turn the volume knob of the unit, or touch and move the VOL slider during the navigation announcement to adjust voice guidance to the desired volume. The last VOL adjustment level is retained / saved.
AW: In a few cases, the combination of the Dometic CAM44 with the Z-E3756 creates an unstable sync of the video signal. This leads to image interference (stripes in the picture or even complete loss of image). A simple technical remedy does not exist. Conclusion: The Dometic CAM44 is not compatible with the ZENEC Z-E3756. If you are affected by the observed picture interference, you should replace the ZENEC control unit or the camera with another model.
AW: In order to keep the map content of your Navigation micro-SD card up to date, it is possible to update map database with a PC tool called “Toolbox” via the Naviextras online update portal. On Naviextras you have access to free and pay type updates as well as other add-on’s. The navigation package for the Z-E3756 comes with a 3-year map update subscription included, allowing you to update the map content for the period of three years after first (GPS) activation at no cost. Within the given 12 month time frame, TomTom (map provider) usually releases two to three content updates (3rd party offer, without guarantee for update cadence).
Navigation software updates, Add-On content und map updates are available here: https://zenec.naviextras.com
AW: Please note that ZENEC, for west and east Europe map coverage of your motor home navigation package deploys digital map data provided by TomTom (formerly known as “Tele Atlas”). Even if you have recently updated the navigation map content it is still possible, that digital map data content is imprecise or faulty in areas such as intersections, new roads and other places recently added. In such cases device may provide you with incorrect routing instructions. Please use the respective TomTom tool to report errors to TomTom map share service directly: http://www.tomtom.com/mapshare/tools/
I cannot find exact information regarding the country coverage of the map on the navigation microSD card of the device?
AW: The map data on the navigation microSD card covers 47 countries, as follows:
Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City
Note: The country Cyprus is missing, due to the ongoing strategic and military souveignity conflicts with Turkey.
AW: The microSD card reader on the front of the Z-E3756 is for the operation of the GPS navigation software package only. Avoid removing the microSD card during active route guidance or/and when device is in navigation mode. Use of the microSD card reader for music or video file playback is not possible.
The USB memory stick is not recognized by the device, even after successful reformatting. What’s wrong?
AW: It may happen that the file system of the memory stick got damaged, or that the file allocation table of the data carrier is defect due to erroneous write cycles. There may be different reason for this to happen, such as usage or storage of data carriers and problems occurring at the initial format process.
In such cases, you must perform a full format with your PC or notebook, to make it work correctly again.
Info: If the data carrier after formatting is still not recognized by the device, it may be due to an incompatibility of the disk controller chip itself. In such a case, you should use a different USB data carrier of another brand or manufacturer.
AW: Make sure your USB data carrier has been formatted in FAT32 – prior to use. Zenec recommends the use of high quality USB sticks only. Study the corresponding key features of the ZENEC device, for supported USB flash memory data carriers. Note that both USB 2.0 connectors on the backside of the device are limited to 1000 mA maximum current. Since many external hard disk models will easily consume higher operating currents, Zenec does not endorse the use of such products. Additional info for troubleshooting of USB flash memory devices and MP3 playback:
AW: Long press of the Home button invokes the Equalizer menu. (See main device manual p.62 ).
AW: This device allows to pair up to seven smart phones, whereas only one can be connected to the device. The auto connect function is available for the last smartphone connected to device only.
AW: The password function must be set to ON in the System Setup Menu. The default code – 12345 – must be entered once. After this has been completed, the device will accept any other individual code combination.
AW: Zenec devices include under-voltage protection sensor circuitry to avoid low voltage boot process to safeguard the unit that may not work as intended without stable supply voltage. The root cause of device reboot issues can usually be attributed to the on-board batteries or power supply network cables and connections, causing the voltage to drop below 10.5 volts during engine start-up.
In case of frequent device reboots after engine starts, please consult your vehicle service point or the motor home dealer to review your car´s starter or second battery and the wiring.
AW: Your smartphone contacts need to be re-synced manually.
AW: No, it is not possible to edit Favourite contact entries on the device. You need to delete the Favourite and re-sync the phonebook on your Zenec device. Then save a contact as Favourite again.
AW: There are several causes that may lead to such behaviour. Please check the place and position of your GPS-receiver which is usually behind the windscreen on the dashboard. The fixation of the GPS-receiver may have suffered due to vibrations and bumpy roads. Another reason can be your park position or parking time (extended period, metal constructions or concrete walls may cause interferences such as reflections and shield your receiver from GPS satellites).
Please note that the device should establish a stable GPS signal before you start to drive around. Otherwise the system could be busy to complete the sat-fix process, which may impact the route guidance accuracy until completed.
AW: Updates can be downloaded in the download area of the ZENEC homepage under> Support> Software updates.
AW: Most problems originate from not officially licensed by Apple cables. Therefore make sure, that either an original cable, or else at least a licensed Apple Lightning cable is used.
Otherwise, perhaps this little trick can help:
Power off the iPhone – Power off the ZENEC device.
Switch on the ZENEC device – switch on the iPhone and pair it. Unplug the Lightning cable, reconnect it – then everything should function normally.
Make sure, the iOS version the iOS version of your Apple iPhone is always up to date.