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Garmin GPSMAP 4212

$2,200.00 to $3,000.00



This preloaded, offshore chartplotter combines the power of networking with brilliant color and slim-line design. The GPSMAP 4212 has preloaded BlueChart® g2 maps of the U.S. coast and displays them on a whopping 12.1” XGA display with crisp, video-quality resolution. By connecting to the Garmin Marine Network, you can add sonar, radar and weather. For even more enhanced features, you can add the optional Bluechart g2 Vision card.Minimize

Manufacturer:Garmin Product MPNKey FeaturesDisplayTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPN010-00592-01
GPS Type   Marine
Form FactorFixed
Map capabilities   Internal
Enhanced accuracyWAAS enabled
Input Method   Keypad
Receiver Type12 Channels
Screen Size12.1 in.
Display Size9.7 in. x 7.3 in.
Resolutions640 X 480
Audible Features   Proximity Alarm, Anchor Alarm, Arrival Alarm, Off-Course Alarm, Clock Alarm, Accuracy Alarm, Low Battary/Voltage Alarm
Trip calculator   Track Log, Points-of-Interest (POI)
Included Software/Maps   Marine Cartography
Expansion Slot TypeSD (Secure Digital) Card Slot
Number of routes20
Waypoints   1500
Width14.8 in.
Depth4.6 in.
Height9.5 in.
Weight10 lb.
Family LineGarmin GPSMAP
UPC753759066062


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garmin, gpsmap, 4212,

Garmin Rino 130

$265.00 to $455.00



The Rino 130 is the most feature-rich unit in the Rino family with a built-in electronic compass barometric sensor weather receiver for seven NOAA weather channels and 24 MBs of internal memory This handheld radio has a built-in electronic compass to give a heading while the user is standing still and a barometric altimeter to provide extremely accurate elevation and pressure information which will assist users in identifying weather data The Rino 130 provides two-way radio communication with a transmission range of up to two miles using FRS channels and up to five miles with GMRS The integration of two-way radio and GPS enables users to transmit their position with a simple button press allowing others to navigate to their position The Rino 130 also has a polling feature which allows a user to manually request GPS location information from other Rino unitsMinimize

Manufacturer:Garmin Product MPNKey FeaturesUnknownDisplayTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemBatteryWarrantyDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPN010-00270-23
GPS Type  
Form FactorHandheld
Map capabilities   Internal, Download maps
Enhanced accuracyWAAS enabled
Receiver Type12 Channels
Screen Size2 in.
Display Size1.4 in. x 1.4 in.
Display TypeLCD Display
Resolutions160 X 160
Special Features   Waypoint Icons, Compass, Built-In Altimeter
Audible Features   Proximity Alarm
Trip calculator   Maximum speed, Current speed
Included Software/Maps   Marine Cartography, North America Maps
Grids   Lat/Lon, MGRS, UTM, Loran TD position format, Maidenhead
PC InterfaceSerial RS-232, NMEA-0183
Built in memory24 MB
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
UPC753759031978


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garmin, rino, 130,


Garmin eTrex Summit


The eTrex Summit comes on the heels of the extremely popular eTrex, which was designed for both marine and recreation use. This new all-in-one navigation device for the outdoor enthusiast is the first combination GPS, altimeter, and electronic compass. The electronic compass provides bearing information when you're standing still and the altimeter determines precise altitude, so you can tell how high you've climbed and your rate of ascent. Like its predecessor, the eTrex Summit boasts a powerful 12 parallel channel GPS receiver and comes packaged in a small, sleek case with operating buttons located on either side of the unit. The case is completely waterproof to withstand immersion in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.Minimize


Navman F20


The F20, provides you with a lot for very little. Loaded with features normally found in other, more expensive car navigators, the F20 packs them all into a neat, pocket-sized compact unit. It’s the advanced features that separate the F20 from other entry-level navigators. The ‘Nearest Parking and Petrol’ buttons, previously only found on our more expensive models, are a simple but brilliant idea, exclusive to Navman.Minimize


Garmin Rino 110


The Rino 110 is a GPS-enabled handheld that integrates radio functionality to provide two-way communications. It's waterproof, can send communications up to five miles (using GMRS channels), and can "beam" your exact location to another Rino user within a two-mile range (on the FRS spectrum) using "Position Reporting". And because the Rino 110 has standard FRS capabilities, you can talk to friends or family who own conventional FRS radios.The Rino 110 has a built-in city point data base, with 1 MB of internal memory for additional points-of-interest data that can be downloaded from a MapSource Points of Interest CD-ROM.Minimize


Furuno GP7000F NT


The GP-7000F/NT is a GPS/WAAS plotter designed for a variety of vessels desiring video plotting and echo sounding capabilities. With the GP-7000 series, you can see the highly accurate position of your boat on the chart. The GP-7000 series has four display modes: Course Plot, Nav Data, Steering, and Highway modes. The course plot mode is useful for obtaining general information about surrounding sea areas. The Nav data mode clearly shows important navigational information with large text, which is easy to see even from a distance. The steering mode and highway mode assist the operator in following a predetermined route.Minimize