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Product DescriptionReliable navigation that's simple to use, the Elite 5m Chartplotter includes an easier to use menu system with quick access to all features using one-thumb operation. The page selector does not hide live sonar or map while making page decision. Multi-window displays on the Elite 5m chartplotter let you choose up to three panels in split-screen mode to view chart, sonar, and DownScan Imaging all on one screen simultaneously. Square display optimizes this page layout. User-friendly unit. Custom Navionics Gold card includes US and Canadian coastal detail.
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Q:What is the difference in a chart plotter & GPS. Never had a chart plotter but have used GPS. I will be using unit on lakes in FL to find my way around & relocate/store fishing locations
jimAsked on 2/2/2014 by Jim from Saint Cloud, FL
A:GPS is an acronym that stands for " Global Positioning System". The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense and outputs a users location via Latitude and Longitude.
A chartplotter is an electronic navigation system that combines a GPS receiver with the capability to display electronic charts/maps, enabling the boat owner to continuously monitor the position and movement of his craft in relation to the surrounding physical environment, both above and below the water.
For more detailed discussion of the features and attributes of our Chartplotter selections--please call our technical services staff for more information.Answered on 2/3/2014 by Anonymous