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Product DescriptionThe amazing echoMAP 50s Chartplotter Fishfinder Combo has a crystal-clear 5" display that provides clear target separation, allows visibility day and night, and has a user interface that anyone can navigate. The integrated 10Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver displays constant and fluid on-screen location with incredible accuracy when marking waypoints and navigating. Advanced Echo HD-ID Sonar lets you record sonar returns in relation to the boat's position, so you can locate and remember the next hot fishing spot. The echoMAP 50s also offers wireless connectivity capability and comes with a dual-beam 77/200 kHz transducer. Preloaded with worldwide basemap. Dual microSD card slots for adding maps. 5,000 waypoints/100 routes. 5" VGA display with 480 x 640 resolution. Waterproof to IPX7 standards. 500 watts RMS. Max. depth: 1,900' freshwater/700' saltwater. Includes echoMAP 50s, dual-beam transducer, power/data cable, tilt/swivel mount, flush-mount kit, protective cover, bezel, and documentation. Unit measures 5.9" x 6.1" x 2.4".
Garmin echoMAP 50s Chartplotter/Fishfinder Features:
° CANet compatible: No
° Supports AIS (tracks target ships' position): \tYes
° Supports DSC (displays position data from DSC capable VHF radio): Yes
° Audible alarms: Yes
° Tide tables: Yes
° Sun and moon information: Yes
° 3-D map view: \tNo
° Split-screen zoom: Yes
° Split-screen sonar/gps: Yes
° Ultrascroll (displays fish targets at higher boat speeds): Yes
° See-thru technology (exposes fish hidden in cover): Yes
° Fish Symbol ID (helps identify fish targets): Yes
° AutoGain Technology (minimizes clutter, maximizes targets): Yes
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Q:What is the difference between the garmin echo map50s and the map50dv?Asked on 7/12/2014 by nellie from Princeton wis.
A:Thank you for your question.
DV stands for "Down View"----the DV models offer the extra 3D like bottom detail option.Answered on 7/16/2014 by Anonymous