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Garmin Rino 120

$167.00 to $628.00



The Rino 120 is state-of-the-art GPS navigation and two-way communications combined, with enough memory to download detailed mapping for driving, hiking, hunting, fishing--or just about anything else you can dream up.

Manufacturer:Garmin Product MPNKey FeaturesDisplayTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemBatteryWarrantyDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPNRINO120
GPS Type   Handheld (Outdoor)
Form FactorHandheld
Map capabilities   Internal, Download maps
Enhanced accuracyWAAS enabled
Input Method   Thumb Stick
Receiver Type12 Channels
Screen Size2 in.
Display Size1.4 in. x 1.4 in.
Display TypeLCD Display
Resolutions160 X 160
Marine FeaturesFishing Calcluator
Special Features   Waypoint Icons
Audible Features   Proximity Alarm
Trip calculator   Maximum speed, Current speed, Trip Timers, Time of sunrise/sunset, Track Log, Points-of-Interest (POI)
Included Software/Maps   Marine Cartography, North America Maps, South America Maps
Grids   Lat/Lon, MGRS, UTM, Loran TD position format, Maidenhead
PC InterfaceSerial RS-232, NMEA-0183
Environmental ProtectionIPX7 Waterproof Standard
AntennaQuadrifilar Helix
Accuisition Time - Cold45 sec
Accuisition Time - Initial Time15 sec
Update rate1 per second, continuous
Max. Horizontal accuracy   Enhanced position accuracy Differential standardsDGPS Ready
Number of routes20
Waypoints   500
Battery Type and Quantity3 x AA Batteries
Battery Life28 Hours
Warranty1 Year
Width2.3 in.
Depth1.6 in.
Height4.5 in.
Weight0.48 lb.
Family LineGarmin Rino
UPC689076630887


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