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Humminbird Helix 7 Chirp DI/GPS G2 Combo

Humminbird Helix 7 Chirp DI/GPS G2 Combo
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HELIX 7 Chirp DI/GPS G2 Combo

Discover fish and structure, then track their every move with the HELIX 7 DI GPS. See fish and vertical lure presentations by viewing Down Imaging® and SwitchFire® Sonar side-by-side on the wide, 16:9 display. The reliable, internal GPS offers 2500 waypoints and 50 routes, so you can return to your most productive spots time and time again. A single, microSD card slot delivers Humminbird LakeMaster, AutoChart™ and AutoChart™ Pro, as well as Navionics Gold/HotMaps.

Technology

Down Imaging Sonar
Get a fish-eye's view of what's happening below your boat. Incredible images are created with High-frequency sound waves.

SwitchFire Sonar:
Take command of how your sonar returns appear with our Clear and Max Modes.

DualBeam Plus Sonar:
Two beams combine for great detail and a wide coverage area. Use the narrow beam for high-accuracy returns and bottom. Use the wide beam when you want a larger search area.

Internal GPS:
GPS antenna built into the head unit.

Upgradable Software:
Access software updates to enhance the performance of your Humminbird unit through our My Humminbird section of the site.

High Definition Display:
Provides bright, crystal-clear images for easy viewing in harsh sunlight.

Unimap Cartography:
The Humminbird UniMap is a built-in map covering the contiguous US coastline, inland lakes and rivers at 30 meters per pixel resolution.

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

Specifications
  • Display Size - Diagonal: 7"
  • Supports Navionics Gold & HotMaps, Lakemaster
  • Display Pixel Matrix: 800H x 480V
  • Display Type: Color TFT
  • Display Colors Grayscale: 256 Colors
  • Sonar Standard: Down Imaging DualBeam PLUS
  • Standard Sonar Coverage: 16°, 28°, 45° & 75° @ -10db
  • Standard Sonar Frequency: 200/455/455/800 kHz
  • Target Separation: 2.5"
  • Power Output RMS: 500 Watts
  • Power Output Peak to Peak: 4000 Watts
  • Depth Capability: 350 ft (DI) & 600 ft (2D)
  • Temperature: Built In Transducer
  • Transducer Standard: XNT 9 DI T
  • Transducer Mounting: Transom
  • Power Input: 10-20 VDC
  • Power Draw: 800 mA
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