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Garmin Rino 530

$405.00 to $499.00



No matter where your outdoor activities take you, the Rino® 530 keeps you on track and in touch. Similar to the 520, this rugged, two-way radio with GPS packs a bold color display, 14-mile communication range, and turn-by-turn directions - giving you peace of mind in the great outdoors. Taking it a step further, the Rino 530 adds an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, and NOAA weather receiver, making it a favorite with hikers and climbers.Minimize

Manufacturer:Garmin Product MPNKey FeaturesDisplayTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemBatteryWarrantyDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPN010-00392-21
GPS Type   Handheld (Outdoor)
Form FactorHandheld
Map capabilities   Internal, Download maps
Enhanced accuracyWAAS enabled
Receiver Type12 Channels
Screen Size2.1 in.
Display Size1.3 in. x 1.7 in.
Display Type256 Color LCD TFT Display
Special Features   Compass, Built-In Barometer, Calender, Built-In Altimeter, Two-way Radio
Trip calculator   Current speed, Route Recalculation, Trip Timers, Elevation Computer, Time of sunrise/sunset
Included Software/Maps   North America Maps, South America Maps
Grids   Lat/Lon, MGRS, UTM, Loran TD position format, Maidenhead
PC InterfaceUSB, Serial RS-232
Built in memory56 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 routes50
Waypoints   500
Battery Type and QuantityProprietary Lithium
Battery Life16 Hours
Warranty1 Year
Width2.3 in.
Depth1.8 in.
Height7.5 in.
Weight0.64 lb.
Family LineGarmin Rino
UPC753759049089


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Pharos Science PSD80

$86.00 to $262.00



The Pharos Pocket GPS Navigator is an excellent navigation solution for your Dell Pocket PC. The package comes with a compact iGPS-SD receiver and the Ostia Smart Navigator software with detailed street-level maps of entire US. It even includes a car charger that powers the GPS while charging your Pocket PC simultaneously. The iGPS-SD receiver is a small, slim and sensitive GPS receiver that plugs in the Pocket PC's SDIO slot. Ostia helps you locate your current position, find a destination or point of interest (POI) and get a route to your destination. Simply activate the GPS navigation program and begin traveling; the automated voice-prompts will tell you when and where to turn. If by chance you go 'off route', the Pocket GPS Navigator will always reroute you to your destination from your current GPS position.Minimize

Manufacturer:Pharos Science Product MPNKey FeaturesTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPNPSD80
GPS Type   Handheld (Outdoor)
Form FactorPlug-in
Map capabilities   Internal, Download maps
Receiver Type12 Channels
Audible Features   Voice Navigation Instructions
Trip calculator   Real-time Traffic Reports, Points-of-Interest (POI)
Included Software/Maps   City Navigation Maps
PC InterfaceNMEA-0183
Accuisition Time - Cold8 sec
Accuisition Time - Initial Time45 sec
Accuisition Time - Hot60 sec
Max. Horizontal accuracy   PDA Features
Compatible PDA OSPocket PC
Compatible DevicesPocket PC Based PDA
Width1.2 in.
Depth0.55 in.
Height1.3 in.
UPC818948001115


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Garmin Quest 2


The Garmin® Quest 2 in-car GPS unit comes pre-loaded with City Select® with NT data providing mapping detail throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico (including rural areas). Since there's no need to download, the Quest 2 comes to you ready to go. Its built-in database features nearly 6 million points of interest, including hotels, restaurants, gas stations, ATM's, and attractions.Minimize


Navman iCN 510


Transferable from car-to-car in seconds, the easy-to-use iCN510 can effortlessly guide drivers to their desired destination using accurate and clear turn-by-turn voice instructions and 3D-map view. Users can also now Drive Away this compact and sleek system straight from the box, with software applications and complete U.K. street-level mapping loaded on a single memory card. The iCN510 incorporates Version 3.0 of Navmans award winning SmartST software, which includes new features such as My POI customable points of interest with approach notification settings, multiple destinations for planning trips with several stops along the way, and a nearest POI search facility.Minimize


Pharos Science iGPS-360


Compatible with most Pocket PCs with a CompactFlash slot, the Pharos Pocket GPS Navigator with CompactFlash inlcludes Pharos' iGPS-360 convertible receiver with a CompactFlash adaptor.Use it directly connected to the CompactFlash Adaptor, or for added flexibilty use the CF extension cable for placement and reception.Threre is no need for an external antenna!With Ostia, Pharos' award-winning navigation software installed on your Pocket PC, you can drive or walk through any city in the US, and locate your current position or quickly find a destination or point of interest. Routes can be calculated and viewed. The automated voice prompts will instruct you when and where to turn. If by chance you go "off-route," the automated voice will give an off-route warning and the system will automatically reroute you to your destination from your current position. Minimize


Furuno GP37


The new GP37 DGPS/WAAS Navigator is compact in size, yet big on power, features and performance. This waterproof unit is perfect for a wide range of boats. It is equipped with a WAAS and a DGPS receiver as standard supply. It utilizes both WAAS and differential radio beacon correction methods to give you the most accurate position fix available. The GP37 offers extremely accurate position fixes -- 10m for basic GPS, 5m or better with DGPS and 3m or better where WAAS service is available. It should be noted that DGPS is more reliable and accurate, as the WAAS system is still currently under development. There is no guarantee of accuracy, integrity, continuity or availability of the WAAS signal. For that reason, the GP37 runs with DGPS as the default setting in auto selection mode. In this mode, if the DGPS signal can not be received for any reason, the WAAS mode is automatically selected. Manual setting is also available. The display modes include Plotter, two Customizable displays, Steering, Highway and SpeedMinimize