Garmin's New GPSMAP Charttploter /combo units.

Apr 20, 2011
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https://explore.garmin.com/en-US/newmarine/
Link to new Garmin units.





OLATHE, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ:GRMN), today announced the addition of several new networking chartplotters and combination models to its popular GPSMAP product line – the GPSMAP 7x2/9x2 touchscreen chartplotters and the GPSMAP 10x2/12x2 keyed chartplotters. Ranging in size from 7- to 12-inches, these new plotters are available with and without built-in sonar. The new GPSMAP 7x2/9x2 and 10x2/12x2 series are being announced in conjunction with the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Nov. 3-7, and will be on display in the Garmin booth #323-324.


“These new GPSMAPs are designed for the budget-conscious customer who desires premium features typically found only in a higher-end product,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of worldwide sales. “We’ve packed these plotters with industry-leading features, built-in conveniences and we’ve added two new screen sizes to our lineup – a 9-inch touchscreen and a 12-inch keyed – to offer something for every boater.”

GPSMAP 7x2/9x2 and GPSMAP 7x2xs/9x2xs touchscreen series

Experience an advanced navigation solution with the compact GPSMAP 7x2/9x2 series, available as 7- and 9-inch sunlight-readable touchscreen chartplotters or combo units (xs series). Building on the popularity of the 7-inch touchscreen that Garmin pioneered in 2010, this series introduces a 9-inch touchscreen to the Garmin line, both of which offer customers who value screen size a compelling option. They feature built-in wireless connectivity for Garmin mobile apps and VIRB® action camera integration, and a 10Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver for smooth on-screen navigation.

These compact plotters offer full-network compatibility for the Garmin Marine Network which allows support for sharing sonar, maps, user data, radar, IP cameras and PanoptixTM all-seeing sonar among multiple units. Plus, there’s NMEA® 2000 and NMEA 0183 support for autopilots, digital switching, weather, VHF, AIS and other sensors.

Anglers, cruisers and sailors alike will benefit from the xs series that comes equipped with built-in 1kW traditional CHIRP sonar and CHIRP ClearVüTM scanning sonar capability (transducer sold separately) for a near-picture quality view of what’s beneath the boat. Preloaded premium mapping features can be found on the GPSMAP 742/742xs and the GPSMAP 942/942xs, including both BlueChart® g2 HD charts for the US, Canada and Bahamas and LakeVü HD maps. The GPSMAP 722/722xs and GPSMAP 922/922xs comes preloaded with a worldwide basemap for general reference with support for optional mapping available at garmin.com.

GPSMAP 10x2xsv/12x2xsv and GPSMAP 10x2/12x2 and keyed series

For those who prefer a keypad interface, the all-in-one solutions offered by the new 10-inch GPSMAP 10x2xsv and the 12-inch GPSMAP 12xsv can’t be beat. With an all-new industrial design, these combos feature a large, sunlight-readable screen coupled with a keypad interface and new multifunction rotary control knob that offers precise, simple control for easy menu navigation and setting control, even in rough water. These units also offer four user-programmable hot keys for one-touch access to favorite features and functions.

In addition to the aforementioned GPS and connectivity features found in the GPSMAP 7x2/9x2xs series, the GPSMAP 10x2xsv and GPSMAP 12x2xsv also offer impressive sonar capabilities with built-in CHIRP sonar, CHIRP ClearVü and CHIRP SideVü as well as support for Panoptix all-seeing sonar. Other premium Garmin sonar modules (sold separately) are also available, including two new CHIRP transducer options also introduced today – the GT8HW-IH and GT15M-TM. The GPSMAP 1042xs/1242xs come preloaded with BlueChart® g2 coastal charts and U.S. LakeVü HD, while the GPSMAP 1022xs/1222xs offer a worldwide basemap. Two non-sonar versions, the GPSMAP 1022 and GPSMAP 1222 are also available with a preloaded worldwide basemap.

More advanced features

Premium sailing features have also been integrated into both new series, offering laylines, tidal information, enhanced wind rose, a current slider and other elements that prove to be beneficial to sailors of all kinds. All new models also offer integrated ANT support for use with the quatix® 3 marine smartwatch, the Garmin NautixTM in-view display, gWindTM Wireless 2 transducer, GNXTM Wind marine instrument and wireless remote controls. Additionally, all sonar-enabled models feature built-in Quickdraw Contours software, a free, easy-to-use tool that lets mariners instantly create personalized HD maps with 1-foot contours on any body of water.

All of the new GPSMAP models are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2017. The GPSMAP 7x2/9x2 and xs series will range from $799.99 to $1299.99, while the GPSMAP 10x2/12x2xsv and non-xsv series will be priced from $1699.99 to $2999.99. For a full list of features and more information, visit garmin.com/newmarine.




These 10and 12" new button units have a single 12-pin sonar port..(Orange) to support side and down scan...You could also run an 8-pin (blue connector) transducer with a 12-pin to 8-pin adapter.
Where the older 840xsv /1040xsv had only 1 network port..these new units now have 2

GPSMAP 1022...


10-inch Chartplotter Is All-in-1 Solution
10-inch color display with keypad interface and multifunction control knob
High-sensitivity internal 10 Hz GPS and GLONASS receiver
Fully network capable for Garmin Marine Network and NMEA 2000® plus NMEA 0183 support
Supports optional BlueChart® g2 Vision® HD charts for Auto Guidance and other premium navigation features
GPSMAP 1022 is designed for cruisers, sailors and sailing racers who need the advanced all-in-1 solution provided by our 10-inch keyed chartplotter. Features a large, bright screen coupled with a quick and easy-to-use keypad interface with user-programmable keys and a multifunction control knob.




Complete Network Sharing
Garmin Marine Network support allows sharing of sonar, maps, user data, dome or open-array radar, IP cameras and Panoptix™ sonar among multiple units. Includes NMEA 2000 network connectivity and NMEA 0183 support for autopilots, digital switching, weather, FUSION-Link, VHF, AIS and other sensors.




Built-in Wi-Fi® and ANT® Connectivity
You also enjoy built-in Wi-Fi and ANT wireless connectivity directly to quatix® marine watches, Garmin Nautix™ in-view display, gWind™ Wireless 2 transducer, GNX™ Wind marine instrument and wireless remote controls. You can even stream and control a VIRB action camera from the chartplotter.

Heading, Position Refreshed 10 Times per Second
Fast, responsive built-in 10 Hz GPS and GLONASS receiver refreshes your position and heading 10 times each second to make your movement on the screen more fluid. It makes dropping up to 5,000 accurate waypoints — and finding your way back to them — quick and easy.




Built-in SailAssist Features
To help you gain a wind-maximizing competitive edge, your chartplotter features a pre-race guidance page that shows your virtual starting line along with data fields showing laylines, time to burn before the start and a race timer that can be synchronized across all your networked Garmin GPS products. In addition, other supported sailing features include an enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines, set and drift, true and apparent wind data and more.


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The 7 and 9” touch units have a single 8-pin sonar port (blue connector) they support traditional, CHIRP and DownVü/ClearVü transducers (but not SideVü transducers).

GPSMAP 722xs & 922XS


9-inch Touchscreen Chartplotter/Sonar Combo

9-inch high-resolution intuitive touchscreen controls
NMEA 2000® and NMEA 0183 support for network connectivity, including autopilots, digital switching, weather, FUSION-Link, VHF, AIS and more
Garmin Marine Network support for sharing sonar, including Panoptix™ sonar, maps, user data, radar and IP cameras among multiple units
Supports optional BlueChart® g2 Vision® HD charts for Auto Guidance and other premium navigation features¹
Experience an advanced navigation solution with this compact 9-inch GPSMAP 922xs touchscreen combo. Includes wireless connectivity features for Garmin mobile apps, NMEA 2000 support and Garmin Marine Network capabilities for radar and Panoptix all-seeing sonar, including Panoptix FrontVü collision avoidance sonar. It also has built-in Garmin CHIRP and CHIRP ClearVü sonar (transducer sold separately).







Garmin Marine Network and NMEA 2000 Support
Full-network compatibility allows you to add more capabilities to your boat. Garmin Marine Network support allows sharing of sonar, including Panoptix sonar, maps, user data, Garmin radar and IP cameras among multiple units. Plus, there’s NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 support for connectivity, including autopilots, digital switching, weather, FUSION-Link, VHF, AIS and other sensors.






Built-in Wi-Fi® Connectivity
Enjoy built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for BlueChart Mobile 2.0 and Garmin Helm apps. Garmin Helm allows you to view and control your compatible chartplotter from a compatible smartphone or tablet while providing enhanced situational awareness for the mariner. With BlueChart Mobile, a free app downloaded from the App Store™, you can get reliable weather information while you plan marine routes on your iPad® or iPhone® then wirelessly transfer them to your boat’s compatible networked Garmin chartplotter. You can even stream and control a VIRB action camera from the chartplotter.

Built-in ANT® Connectivity
Enjoy built-in ANT wireless connectivity directly to quatix® marine watch, Garmin Nautix™ in-view display, gWind™ Wireless 2 transducer, GNX™ Wind marine instrument and wireless remote controls.

Built-in Sonar Capabilities


Right out of the box, you have access to some amazing sonar capabilities; all you add are transducers. Comes with built-in Garmin 1 kW CHIRP sonar and CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar. It even supports Panoptix all-seeing sonar, premium Garmin sonar modules and a wide range of transducers (sold separately).

Networked combos can share their internal sonar with any other device on the network. You can also choose what information is overlaid on the sonar screen, for example, radar, time of day or GPS speed.

Heading and Position Refreshed 10 Times per Second
Fast, responsive built-in 10 Hz GPS and GLONASS receiver refreshes your position and heading 10 times each second to make your movement on the screen more fluid. It makes dropping up to 5,000 accurate waypoints — and finding your way back to them — quick and easy.

Upgrade to Our Best Maps on the Water
Includes expandable memory for accessory map purchases, such as LakeVü HD Ultra with Max Def Lakes or BlueChart g2 Vision HD, which adds Garmin patented Auto Guidance¹ and other great features.


Quickdraw Contours to Create Your Own HD Maps
Instantly create personalized HD fishing maps onscreen with 1-foot contours. Tailor them to fit your needs. These are your maps — you own them. Keep the data to yourself, or share it with the Quickdraw Community on Garmin Connect™.

Built-in SailAssist Features
To help you gain a wind-maximizing competitive edge, your chartplotter features a pre-race guidance page that shows your virtual starting line along with data fields showing laylines, time to burn before the start and a race timer that can be synchronized across all your networked Garmin GPS products. In addition, other supported sailing features include an enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines, set and drift, true and apparent wind data and more.
 
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Axl

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I agree they sound/look great
Is this post just an advertisement for garmin or do you have some that 'fell of the truck' and you are selling them?
Is this a paid advertisement
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I agree they sound/look great
Is this post just an advertisement for garmin or do you have some that 'fell of the truck' and you are selling them?
Is this a paid advertisement
.

This guys legit. Hes on the Hull Truth.com
Electronic guru.
 
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alex88

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So with an 8-12 pin connector we can run two chirp 1kw single channel transducers with it? Just not a dual channel single transducer if I'm reading it correctly?
 
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Thanks, may be worth holding off for a bit.
 
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Gil,
I wanted your opinion on in hull transducers.
I currently overhaul tons of navy 7meter rhibs that have the small 5"Garmin xs in it. The transom mount transducer is glued into the bilge about a 1/4 of the forward of the transom.
I never though I would see good readings, but after we put the boats back together and sea trial them, I am always amazed at how well they work. These are the standard 50/200 kHz ducers and will usually hold the bottom at 32 kts in 18' of water. Of course we lose the water temp reading though.
I have not been able to test in water deeper than 60'.
In your opinion:
1. Is this normal?
2. Would this work for a transom mount chirp transducer (assuming the bottom is solid glass) to glue in the bilge.
It certainly seems like a low cost alternative to an expensive in hull ducer.
 
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Gluing in a CHIRP transom style is not recommend as it can overheat and be damaged.

But Airmar now has new puck and in hull CHIRP and wide cone ducers that are excellent.

New from Airmar.
These transducers ship with the Airmar Mix and Match connector system.
The P50C,P83C can be used with either conventional or Broadband CHIRP units.










1)



P50C-LHW
Has a mix and match connector.

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Compatible with conventional and
CHIRP echosounders
• Ideal for freshwater fi shing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommen


Airmar is pleased to introduce this puck style,
wideband transducer for bass and walleye
boats. Whether you are fishing in freshwater
or saltwater, this transducer is designed to
transmit through fiberglass and aluminum
boat hulls. The new P50 operates at 50 kHz
and 200 kHz and has wideband capabilities
so it is compatible with both CHIRP-ready and
conventional echo sounders. The in-hull is the
solution to common issues experienced with
transom and trolling motor mount transducers.
No more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
600 W – Wideband
• CHIRP-ready across the following frequency
bands:
— Low-Frequency: 47-52 kHz
— High-Frequency: 190-210 kHz
• Beamwidth: 45° (Low) & 11° (High)
• Depth Range Low:
244 m to 366 m (800’ to 1200’)
• Depth Range High:
122 m to 213 m (400’ to 700’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3M® Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

2) ....



P83C-MWH.
Mix and match connector

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Compatible with conventional and
CHIRP echosounders
• Ideal for freshwater fishing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommended

Similar to the puck style P50 above, this
transducer is designed to transmit through
fiberglass and aluminum boat hulls. The
new P83 operates at 83 kHz and 200 kHz
and also has wideband capabilities so it is
compatible with both CHIRP-ready and conventional
echo sounders. The in-hull is the
solution to common issues experienced with
transom and trolling motor mount transducers.
No more concerns with broken parts or
damaging the transducer from sandbars or
rocks!
300 W – Wideband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency bands:
— Medium-Frequency: 77-85 kHz
— High-Frequency: 190-210 kHz
• Beamwidth: 45° (Med) & 17° (High)
• Depth Range Medium:
180 m to 305 m (600’ to 1000’)
• Depth Range High:
122 m to 213 m (400’ to 700’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3M® Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

3)






P155C-M..
Mix and match connector.

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Ideal for freshwater fishing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommended
• Includes Transducer ID®

New “puck” style in-hull, wideband transducer
for bass and walleye boats. Whether you
are fishing in freshwater or saltwater, this
transducer is designed to transmit through
fiberglass and aluminum boat hulls. The
new P155M operates at 95-155 kHz and is
CHIRP-ready! The in-hull is the solution to
common issues experienced with transom
and trolling motor mount transducers. No
more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
300 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency: 95-155 kHz
• 26° & 17° Beamwidth
• Depth Range: 122 m to 152 m
(400’ to 500’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3M® Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

4)




P95C-M-Broadband Transducer..
Mix and match connector.

Depth only
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass Hull only
• Boat Type:
Planing-hull power boats, trailered
boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS),
and racing sailboats
• Plastic Housing
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise: 0° to 22°
• Includes Transducer ID®

Introducing the P95M, operating at 95-155
kHz. The in-hull is the solution to common
issues experienced with transom and
trolling motor mount transducers. No more
concerns with broken parts or damaging the
transducer from sandbars or rocks!
300 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency:
95-155 kHz
• 26° to 17° Beamwidth
• Lake and inshore all-around saltwater fishing
for small to mid-size outboard boats
• Economical transducer designed for
offshore fi shing and freshwater anglers
• Depth Range: 122 m to 152 m
(400’ to 500’)

5)




P75C-M Broadband Transducer.
Mix and match connector

• Depth only
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass Hull only
• Boat Type:
Planing-hull power boats, trailered
boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS),
and racing sailboats
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise: 0° to 22°
• Includes Transducer ID®

Airmar’s CHIRP-ready in-hull transducers
specifically for solid fiberglass hulls have
arrived! In-hull models are the solution to
common issues experienced with transom
and trolling motor mount transducers. No
more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
The P75C-M fi ts existing P79 mounting rings.
600 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency:
80-130 kHz
• 24° to 16° Beamwidth
• Lake and inshore all-around saltwater fishing
for small to mid-size outboard boats
• Economical transducer designed for
offshore fi shing and freshwater anglers
• Depth Range: 200 m to 250 m
(600’ to 700’)






1)
M175C-M......In Hull

Introducing the new, CHIRP-ready 1kW
in-hull transducer! Offering a medium
frequency of 85-135kHz, this transducer
connects to singleband echo sounders in
a smaller configuration with no extra tank!
Building off of our P79 design, this in-hull
transducer easily adjusts to hull dead
rise angles up to 22º. This ensures that
the beam is vertically oriented to receive
echoes, resulting in accurate depth readings.
Unlike traditional “puck” type transducers,
our P79 consists of a base that is
bonded to the hull and filled with liquid. The
separate transducer then attaches to the
base with a twist lock. The sound waves
travel more efficiently though the liquid,
giving the best possible performance. One
transducer delivers up to 50 kHz of total
bandwidth in just one installation, saving
customers time and money.

Frequency: 85-135 kHz
Beamwidth: 24° to 16°
RMS Power : 1 kW

2)
M285C-HW.....In hull

Frequency: 150-250 kHz
Beamwidth: 25°
RMS Power: 1kW


3)
M422C--Wideband....In hull

Frequency: 50/200 kHz
Beamwidth: 18°/5°
RMS Power: 1.5 kW
 
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