Humminbird Helix 5 GPS Chartplotter Only - 5"

Humminbird Helix 5 GPS Chartplotter Only - 5"
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Helix 5 GPS Chartplotter Only - 5"

The HELIX 5 GPS features a brilliant 800H x 480V, 5" 256 colour display with backlight. Precision Internal GPS Chartplotting with built-in UniMap cartography with a micro SD card slot for optional maps or saving waypoints along with a gimbal mounting system.

Precision GPS - Get unparalleled GPS technology out of the box. Many Humminbird fishfinders have our powerful Precision GPS/WAAS receiver built right in and provides fast position fixes accurate within 2.5 meters. For those models without it, there are several options:
Add the Humminbird Precision GPS/WAAS receiver for permanent GPS capability on your boat.
Use Humminbird's adapter and the NMEA output on your own handheld GPS unit, or use Humminbird's InterLink to allow two fishfinders to access one GPS receiver.

Micro SD Card Reader - Use for advanced cartography or to save screenshots, sonar recordings and waypoints or to update your units software.

  • Display: Diagonal 5" | Backlight LED | 800H X 480V | Colour TFT | 256 Colours
  • GPS Receiver, Speed & Tracking
  • Waypoints: 2,500 | Routes 45 | Tracks/Points 50/20,000
  • Power Output RMS: 500 Watts
  • Power Output Peak to Peak: 4000 Watts
  • Power Input: 10-20 VDC
  • Power Draw: 615 mA
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