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Garmin Wind, Depth And Speed Bundles

Garmin Wind, Depth And Speed Bundles

Description

The Garmin Wind, Depth, And Speed Bundle provides superior accuracy at low wind speeds and provides for excellent linearity.

Features

  • 3-Bladed Propeller For More Accurate True Wind Speed In Lighter Air
  • Twin-Fin Design Gives A More Stable True Wind Angle
  • Optic Reading Technique For Superior Performance At Low Wind Speeds With Excellent Linearity
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The gWind transducer features twin-fin technology with 3-bladed propeller for more accurate TWS in lighter air while the twin-fin design gives a more stable TWA. The 3-bladed propeller, unlike a cups design, is always efficient.

The included GND 10 black box bridge enables the Nexus Network and compatible Garmin chartplotters to share critical NMEA 2000 data. The GND 10 enables Garmin chartplotter owners to use Nexus sail equipment and vice versa.

Available bundled with GMI™ 20, GND 10 and DST800 thru-hull smart transducer.

Features:

  • GND™ 10 black box bridges NMEA 2000® data to Nexus Network and enables Garmin compatible chartplotters integrate with Nexus sail equipment and vice versa
  • Easy plug-and-play installation between Nexus, Garmin chartplotters, NMEA 2000 and USB
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Garmin Wind, Depth And Speed Bundles 010-01248-10 Wind, Depth, And Speed Bundle, With gWind Transducer, GMI 20, GND 10 And DST800
$1207.49
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Garmin gWind Masthead To Nexus Instrument Connector Adapter Cable 010-12117-02 gWind Masthead To Nexus Instrument Connector Adapter Cable
$24.99
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