Garmin GPSMAP 541S Dual Frequency Combo Transducer

By: Marine Wholesales  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Digital Design, Memory Card, Gps Receiver



Model #: 010-00762-01
Description:
Garmin GPSMAP 541S Dual Frequency Combo Transducer.Featuers a large ultra-bright 5" QVGA display along with an improved high-speed digital design for faster map drawing and panning speeds. Plus, these waterproof units have a high-sensitivity internal GPS receiver, so mariners will always know their position at sea. They are ready to go with built-in BlueChart g2 marine cartography of the coastal United States - including Alaska, Hawaii, and Explorer Chart data of the Bahamas. Mariners can navigate the waters of with ease knowing that these new units include Garmin's proven easy-to-use interface design. (Optional BlueChart g2 Vision cards provide marine chart detail and enhanced navigation features like Auto Guidance, satellite imagery, 3-D Mariner's Eye View and 3-D Fish Eye View).
  • Large, ultra-bright 5 Inch diagonal QVGA display, 234 x 320 pixels - over 800 nits of brightness
  • NMEA 2000 certified for seamless integration with the Garmin marine lineup
  • Preloaded worldwide marine basemap
  • Compatible with GXM 51 for XM Satellite Radio and XM WX Satellite Weather
  • Built-in high-sensitivity GPS receiver
  • High-speed processor for fast screen redraws and smooth panning
  • Streamlined user interface makes it simple to select modes and features
  • Single SD memory card slot for BlueChart g2 Vision cards, as well as saving waypoints, routes and tracks to an SD card
  • Backlit keypad for easy operation in low light conditions
  • Unit dimensions: 5.9inch H x6.4W x 2.9D
  • Depth: 1500 feet/500 meters (dual frequency)
  • Use a dual frequency transducer 50 kHz (45 degrees), 200 kHz (10 degrees) for maximum saltwater performance
  • Patented transom/trolling mount transducer
  • UltraScroll high rep rate sonar provides lightning-fast screen updates
Shipping Weight: 8 lbs.
Retail Price: $799.99
Our Price: $647.99You Save 20%
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The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Backlit Keypad, Card Slot, Chart Data, Digital Design, Dual Frequency, Frequency Transducer, Gps Receiver, High-Speed Digital, Low Light Conditions, Map Drawing, Memory Card, Satellite Radio, Satellite Weather, Waterproof Units,

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