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Garmin GPSMAP 840xs Combo - No Transducer - Preloaded w/US Lakes & US Offshore

Garmin GPSMAP 840xs Combo - No Transducer - Preloaded w/US Lakes & US Offshore
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GPSMAP 840xs w/US Coastal & LakeVü Maps - No Transducer

The 8" color Garmin GPSMAP 840xs keyed chartplotter/sonar combo includes US Coastal BlueChart g2 US LakeVü HD maps and built-in 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS. Supports your choice of any compatible Garmin transducer, including 50/200 kHz, 77/200 kHz, Garmin DownVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology, even CHIRP. For an ultra clear sonar picture of objects, structure and fish that pass below (DownVü) and to the sides (SideVü) of the boat, add the optional GCV 10 black box sonar for both DownVü Garmin and SideVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology (sold separately). Sonar-recording capability saves digital sonar information. Wirelessly connect to Apple iOS device for BlueChart Mobile.

Features:
  • 8" color SVGA display
  • Includes US Coastal BlueChart g2 and US LakeVü HD maps
  • Built-in Garmin HD-ID and DownVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology for a nearly photographic view of structure under boat (all-in-one transducer sold separately)
  • Supports your choice of any compatible Garmin transducer, including 50/200 kHz, 77/200 kHz, DownVü, even CHIRP
  • Supports GCV 10 black box sonar that adds both DownVü and Garmin SideVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology (sold separately)
  • Transmit power: 1kW RMS (8000W peak-to-peak); CHIRP: 600W RMS (4800W peak-to-peak)
  • Includes water surface temperature
  • Capable of 1 kW RMS, 8,000W peak-to-peak and 600W CHIRP
  • High-sensitivity internal10 Hz GPS/GLONASS provides position and heading updates 10 times per second
  • NMEA 2000 support for autopilot capability, engine data, SiriusXM weather and more
  • Sonar recording
  • Wirelessly connect to Apple iOS device for BlueChart Mobile
  • Flat, flush and bail mounting options
  • 2 SD data card slots for gigabytes of storage

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Garmin GPSMAP 840xs Combo - No Transducer - Preloaded w/US Lakes & US Offshore 010-01181-01 GARMIN GPSMAP 840XS COMBO NO DUCER PRELOADED WITH LAKEVU
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