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Garmin GPSMAP 820xs Combo w/Worldwide Basemap - No Transducer

Garmin GPSMAP 820xs Combo w/Worldwide Basemap - No Transducer
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GPSMAP 820xs w/Worldwide Basemap

The 8" color Garmin GPSMAP 820xs keyed chartplotter/sonar combo has a preloaded worldwide basemap. Includes advanced 77/200 kHz HD-ID and Garmin DownVü with CHIRP technology all-in-one transducer for a nearly photographic view under your boat. Supports optional 50/200 kHz transducer and is CHIRP compatible. Also supports GCV 10 black box sonar that adds both DownVü and Garmin SideVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology (sold separately). Built-in 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver updates your position and heading 10 times per second. Sonar-recording capability coordinates the timing of the sonar return with your boat's position and saves digital information. Wirelessly connect to Apple iOS device for BlueChart Mobile.

Features:
  • 8" SVGA display with keyed control
  • Preloaded with worldwide basemap
  • Includes all-in-one transducer for DownVü with CHIRP technology and 77/200 kHz
  • Supports nearly any compatible Garmin transducer, including 50/200 kHz, even CHIRP
  • Supports GCV 10 black box sonar that adds both DownVü and SideVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology (sold separately)
  • Transmit power: 1kW RMS (8000W peak-to-peak); CHIRP: 600W RMS (4800W peak to peak)
  • High-sensitivity internal10 Hz GPS/GLONASS provides position and heading updates 10 times per second
  • Compatible with LakeVü HD, LakeVü HD Ultra, BlueChart g2 and BlueChart g2 Vision
  • NMEA 2000 support for autopilot capability, engine data, SiriusXM weather and more
  • Sonar recording
  • Wirelessly connect to Apple iOS device for BlueChart Mobile
  • 2 microSD data card slots for gigabytes of storage
  • Flat, flush and bail mounting options
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