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Garmin Marine in 2017



Garmin is preparing for another big year in 2017, with its already expansive marine product line-up set

to grow again.


The latest marine gear is expected to hit our shores early in the New Year. Here’s a sneak peek at some of it…


GMR Fantom 18 and 24 radar: these new solid-state pulse compression radomes offer MotionScope

Doppler technology and 40W of power – the highest in the industry for its kind. Available in an 18” or

24” footprint, they bring Garmin’s award-winning Fantom technology to a smaller size and lower price

point, making them an attractive option for boats where open-array radar isn’t an option. With its pulse

compression technology, the Fantom 18 and Fantom 24 provide high resolution while maximising

energy to enhance target detection. The Fantom 18 features a 5.2-degree beam width, while the

Fantom 24 offers a narrower 3.7-degree width. Both Fantom radomes offer excellent range

performance from 6m to 48nm.


GPSMAP 752xsv/952xsv and 1022xsv/1222xsv: available in 7” (752xs) and 9” (952xs), these

touchscreen GPSMAP units are equipped with 1kW traditional CHIRP sonar, CHIRP ClearVü

scanning sonar, as well as support for Panoptix all-seeing sonar. Built-in wireless connectivity for

Garmin mobile apps and VIRB action camera integration is also standard. A 10Hz GPS/GLONASS

receiver delivers smooth on-screen navigation, while preloaded premium mapping features include

Australia/New Zealand BlueChart g2 HD charts, and Quickdraw Contours personalised HD mapping

software. The units offer full-network compatibility for the Garmin Marine Network, which allows

support for sharing sonar, maps, user data, radar and IP cameras across multiple units. There’s also

NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 support for autopilots, digital switching, VHF, AIS and other sensors.

For those who prefer a keypad / rotary control knob interface, the new 10” (1022xsv) and 12”

(1222xsv) units have the same GPS, connectivity and sonar features as the GPSMAP touchscreen

series, with the addition of CHIRP SideVü scanning sonar. They come preloaded with a worldwide

basemap, with SD card slots to accept Garmin BlueChart g2 Vision HD charts.


Panoptix PS51-TH: bringing Garmin’s revolutionary Panoptix technology to an even greater range of

boats, this new phased-array multi-beam thru-hull transducer delivers premium Panoptix FrontVü

sonar. FrontVü is a narrow beam, forward-looking sonar that focuses on the bottom in front of the

boat, which displays the bottom up to nearly 100m ahead of the boat at 8-10 times the current depth.

The PS51-TH also delivers LiveVü Forward, which shows targets moving toward or away from the

boat, even while stationary, in real time. Compatible with a wide range of Garmin units.


VHF 110 and VHF 210 AIS marine radios: these powerful VHF radios complement the latest

GPSMAP multi-function displays and offer full integration with Garmin systems. The VHF 110 offers

25W of transmit power and Class D Digital Selective Calling (DSC) compatibility, and also features

NOAA weather alerts and Position Tracking, which allows boaters to locate and keep tabs on up to

three boats that use a Garmin system. Offering the same features as the VHF 110, the VHF 210 AIS

also incorporates a built-in AIS receiver for improved situational awareness, and comes with a two-

way hailer system that can be connected to a hailer horn or external speaker on the deck or tower for

onboard communication. The VHF 210 AIS also provides DSC functionality, including distress calling

and direct calling with Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI).


Further information, visit: https://buy.garmin.com/en-AU/AU/cOnTheWater- p1.html




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