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Garmin GPSMAP 820 Chartplotter - Worldwide Basemap

Garmin GPSMAP 820 Chartplotter - Worldwide Basemap
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GPSMAP 820

With NMEA 2000 support for autopilot capability, engine data, SiriusXM Weather and more, the GPSMAP 820 is compatible with LakeVü HD Ultra, BlueChart g2 and BlueChart g2 Vision. It also supports all Garmin marine radar.

For even more functionality, wirelessly connect to Apple (mobile digital device) for BlueChart Mobile. The chartplotter includes 2 SD data card slots, allowing for gigabytes of storage. It can be flat, flush or bail mounted.

Networking

The GPSMAP 820xs offers select networking capabilities that allow you to share features with other compatible GPSMAP units, such as radar, GCV 10 DownV
and SideV
scanning sonar, supplemental maps, and user data, such as waypoints, routes and tracks.

Special Sailing Features
Supported sailing features include laylines, enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines, and true wind data fields.

Features:
  • 8" Keyed Chartplotter for Cruising, Sailing or Fishing
  • 8 color SVGA display with keyed control
  • Preloaded with worldwide basemap
  • High-sensitivity internal 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver
  • Compatible with LakeVü HD Ultra, BlueChart g2 and BlueChart g2 Vision
  • Supports all Garmin marine radar

The 8 color GPSMAP 820 keyed chartplotter has a preloaded worldwide basemap. The built-in 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver updates your position and heading 10 times per second.
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