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Humminbird Helix 7 Chirp DI GPS G2N Combo

Humminbird Helix 7 Chirp DI GPS G2N Combo
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Helix 7 Chirp DI GPS G2N

The HELIX 7 CHIRP DI GPS G2N features a large 7" display with LED backlight, CHIRP Down Imaging and CHIRP 2D sonar. Includes GPS chartplotting with built-in Bluetooth, Ethernet networking capabilities, AutoChart Live with depth, vegetation and bottom hardness mapping, and unit cover.

*Optional 50 kHz transducers available for extreme deepwater use and to obtain 1000 watts.

Broad Band Chrip
Exclusive Multi-Range Chirp -- View low, mid and high Chirp ranges, either individually or all at once

360 Imaging
360 Imaging - We have you surrounded. 360 Imaging allows you to isolate your sweep, see 5 preset views or see all around you.

Down Imaging Sonar
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.

NMEA 2000
Get an at-a-glance view of fuel consumption, engine performance and other vessel data.

Autochart Live
Make a map where there is no map. Our patent pending AutoChart Live allows you to create digital, detailed maps live and on the water. You can also use it to enhance your existing charts.

Wireless
Take wireless control of your Humminbird with our new Bluetooth Remote and Dongle.

i-Pilot Link
i-Pilot Link is an integrated GPS Trolling System available on select Minn Kota Ulterra, Terrova and PowerDrive V2 motors which enable your motor and Humminbird to communicate.

Dual Card Slots
Dual SD Card Slots -- Use one slot for advanced cartography and the other to save screenshots, sonar recordings and waypoints.

Ethernet
Rig up the ultimate fishing system. Use our 5-Port Ethernet switch to link together multiple Humminbird head units or share transducers.
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