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Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 42cv w/Worldwide Basemap w/o Transducer

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echoMAP™ CHIRP 42cv with Worldwide Basemap without Transducer

Fish with the Power of CHIRP

** Comes with 4 pin to 8 pin transducer adapter cable **

Features:
  • 4.3-inch color display with keypad control
  • Preloaded worldwide basemap for general reference
  • Includes Quickdraw Contours custom HD map creation software
  • Internal 5 Hz GPS updates position and heading 5 times per second


It's time you started fishing with the power of CHIRP sonar. The easy-to-install, easy-to-use 4.3-inch echoMAP CHIRP 42dv is available with or without transducer for high wide CHIRP sonar and Garmin CHIRP DownV on the water. It includes Quickdraw Contours software to instantly create your very own HD maps with 1-foot contours as you fish. Internal 5 Hz GPS updates position and heading 5 times per second. Cords plug directly into the mount, allowing you to quickly install and remove your device from power and mount. Transom and trolling motor mounts included.

The Garmin CHIRP Difference
The built-in sonar capabilities of echoMAP 42dv include CHIRP sonar, the most sophisticated sonar technology available for the fishing and boating public. CHIRP sonar provides amazingly clear target separation and definition because it puts even more energy onto the target than traditional sonar. It also includes sonar-recording capability that coordinates the timing of the sonar return with your boat's position and saves digital information for playback on a computer using HomePort™ planning software. Use the user data sharing cable to share waypoints and routes between multiple devices.

Clearest Scanning Sonar on the Water
Garmin DownVü scanning sonar gives you a nearly photographic image down to 750 feet below your boat. You clearly see structure, submerged objects and fish. Traditional Garmin HD-ID™ sonar and DownVü scanning sonar are combined into 1 trasducer. Also provides HD-ID support for Minn Kota and MotorGuide trolling motors with integrated transducers.

Create Your Own HD Maps
Quickdraw Contours is a free, easy-to-use software feature already installed on your echoMAP CHIRP 42dv. It instantly creates your own personalized HD fishing maps on screen with 1-foot contours. Tailor the maps as needed; you own them. Keep the data for yourself, or share it with Garmin or your friends. No special surveying expertise is required. You just fish while Quickdraw Contours creates maps. There's no waiting around or sending your files away like other mapping software requires - your results appear instantly. Use with any Garmin Panoptix™ transducer, any HD-ID sonar, any CHIRP-enabled, Garmin DownVü transducer or NMEA 2000®-compatible depth transducer. Have more than 1 sonar device installed onboard? Quickdraw Contours automatically selects the most capable sonar device to provide the very best results for you.

Heading & Position Refreshed 5 Times Per Second
Fast, responsive 5 Hz GPS/GLONASS refreshes your position and heading 5 times each second to make your movement on the screen more fluid. Now it's quick and easy to drop up to 5,000 accurate waypoints and find your way back to your secret fishing hot spots.

Take Your echoMAP with You
When you're off the water, it's easy to keep your echoMAP safe and secure. You don't have to mess with plugging and unplugging wires from the unit because the cords plug directly into the mount. This allows you to quickly install and remove your echoMAP from power and the mount.

Enhanced Auto Guidance
Just enter the location where you want to go and patented Garmin Auto Guidance technology instantly searches through relevant charts to create a safe, virtual pathway on the display that helps you avoid low bridges, shallow water and other charted obstructions en route.

GPX Waypoints Transfer
If you have waypoints, tracks or frequently used routes stored on another manufacturer's GPS product - or on a Garmin handheld device - now it's easier than ever to transfer those items to your new Garmin chartplotter, via industry-standard GPX software formatting. GPX is an open standard format for GPS data exchange across platforms and applications. With this easy-to-use interface technology, Garmin has taken "no waypoint left behind" to a whole new level of trade-up convenience.
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Garmin 010-01562-00 GARMIN ECHOMAP CHIRP 42CV W/WORLDWIDE BASEMAP W/O
$199.99
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