Humminbird ION Series

Humminbird ION Series


The Humminbird ION Series is a expandable platform product that supports Ethernet networking, wireless connectivity and full NMEA0183/2000 support.


  • High-Definition XGA LCD touch display with multi-gesture support and bright graphics
  • SmartStrike takes you straight to the action by showing you where the fish are biting at any given moment
  • Front Dual SD card slots and USB port for saving screenshots, sonar recordings and waypoints, or even a USB device
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Admit defeat and call it a day? The thought has never crossed your mind. You'll find a kindred spirit in the relentless ION Series Multi-Function Displays. The revolutionary power of Cross Touch. The most aggressive sonar technologies the water has ever seen. Not to mention exclusive TriFuel Cartography, Humminbird Radar, Autopilot integration, wireless connectivity and internet browsing.Don't forget the endless possibilties of Ethernet and NMEA 2000® networking. You've never had more control over your own destiny - and that's saying something.

1024H x 768V Resolution - Take control of the extreme high-definition XGA LCD Touch Display w/multi-gesture support and bright graphics readable in harsh sunlightt
Front Dual SD Card Slots & USB Port - Access advanced cartography, save screenshots, sonar recordings and waypoints, or even connect a USB device.
Expandable PlatformConquer the seas with high-speed Ethernet networking, wireless connectivity and full NMEA 0183/2000® support. From black box sonar and powerful radar to Autopilot integration and even IP cameras, you can assemble the ultimate angling system.
Cross Touch™ InterfaceTake command of your display like never before with Cross Touch, exclusive to the ION and ONIX Series. Everything you can do with the touchscreen, you can also do with the touchpad - so rough conditions will never compromise your control
Browser Built-InSurf the web, monitor weather and stay connected - from the dock, offshore waters (up to 2 miles with the wireless antenna accessory) and everywhere in between thanks to the exclusive Humminbird Internet Browser, standard on the ION Series.

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Humminbird ION Series 407840-1 ION series, 10 inch
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Humminbird Unit Covers 780023-1 Unit cover for ONIX 10
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Humminbird Search & Rescue AIS-SART Beacon Transponder 409300-1 Search & Rescue AIS-SART Beacon Transponder
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Humminbird AIS-100 Class A AIS Transceiver 409320-1 AIS-100 class A AIS transceiver
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Humminbird Class B AIS 409290-1 Class B AIS, RX-AIS Receiver
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Humminbird Wireless Wi-Fi Antenna 408840-1 Wireless Wi-Fi antenna
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Humminbird AS 360 TM 409250-1 AS 360 TM, 360 imaging trolling motor system
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Humminbird Precision GPS Antennas 409110-1 Precision GPS antenna with heading sensor, works with ION 10 and 12
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Humminbird Ethernet Black Box Sonars 408040-1 Ethernet black box SM3000 for ONIX and ION series, 10,000 feet
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Humminbird Ethernet Black Box Sonars 408050-1 Ethernet black box SM1000 for ION series, 1500 feet
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Humminbird Power Cords 720085-1 Power cord for ONIX and ION series, 6'
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