700051-1

Humminbird AS PC3 USB PC Connection Kit

Humminbird AS PC3 USB PC Connection Kit

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The Humminbird AS PC3 USB PC Connection Kit is for use with upgradeable and GPS products without a card reader.

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AS PC3
USB PC Connection Kit

The Advanced Accessory System PC Connection Kit includes:

  • PC USB port connector
  • AA Battery Power Cable
  • Detailed instructions


The PC Connection Kit requires:

  • PC USB Port
  • 8-AA Batteries
  • HumminbirdPC Software


Used with your home PC, internet connection and the HumminbirdPC application to:

  • Access software updates to enhance performance
  • Download entirely new featues and capablities
  • Store waypoints, routes and other navigational data in your PC


AS PC3 Accessory Kit not recommended for any 800, 900 or 1100 series models.

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