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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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