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Simrad GO7 XSE 7" Multi-touch ChartPlotter - No Ducer - NAV+ Chart Card

Simrad GO7 XSE 7" Multi-touch ChartPlotter - No Ducer - NAV+ Chart Card
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GO7 XSE 7" Multi-touch ChartPlotter - No Ducer - NAV+ Chart Card

GO7 is for the recreational power boater who is looking for an all in one navigation product for cruising, fishing and watersports. GO7 aims to unlock the recreational sports and day power boat market for the Simrad brand

GO7 offers:
Easy to use multi touch software allows:
  • Safely and easily navigate using your favourite cartography (Insight, Navionics, CMAP)
  • Determine depth, bottom type and find fish using one of the many echosounder technology options
  • Quick and simple control of entertainment systems connected on NMEA2000
  • Vessel circuit control when connected to a Czone digital switching system
  • View and monitor engine data while underway
  • Glass dash styling
  • Super bright widescreen display
  • Built in Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Built in 10 Hz GPS antenna
  • Micro SD card slot
  • Built in echosounder (Broadband & Chirp)
  • Built in DownScan and Sidescan Imaging
  • Built in Forwardscan Imaging
  • Operates with OP40/OP50 Remote
  • Advanced NMEA2000 networking
  • Sonic Hub/music/entertainment
  • Engine Data
  • User Data
  • External GPS
  • AIS
  • Czone
  • VHF

    • Simrad GO7 features HEROiC software:
      • DownScan overlay
      • StructureMap Chart overlay
      • Forwardscan imaging with Chart safety overlay
      • Auto routing (Excluding AMER)
      • Multi-touch user interface
      • BEP C-Zone Integration
      • Up to 4 way display splits
      • Simrad Autopilot integration and control
      • Mercury VesselView Display Integration
      • Fusion Link Audio Support - including multiple audio servers
      • SonicHub Integration
      • AIS SARTs
      • GRIB Weather support
      • Adjustable page split ratios and panel layouts
      • Wi-Fi screen mirroring
      • Echosounder track back

      Specifications:
      • Power Consumption: 950mA @13.5V
      • Network Load (LEN): 1
      • Display Size:7" Diagonal
      • Display Type:TFT, Super Wide View
      • Display Resolution:800x480
      • Display Illumination:1200nits
      • Environmental Protection:IPX7
      • Operating Temperature:-15°C to +55°C
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