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New Garmin 722xs released from very little depth sounder with built-in GPS chart that can support a probe up to kw




The GPSMAP 722 and 922 multifunction touchscreen cartographic displays are equipped with a large 7 "and 9" bright display which guarantees a clear reading in all weather conditions.

Thanks to the total compatibility with the Garmin Marine Network, you can share the echo sounder images, maps, user data, radar images and images of the innovative Panoptix with the various connected units.

In addition, thanks to NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 connectivity, you can interface with multiple on-board systems including the autopilot, digital switching, VHF, AIS and many others, always having all the information useful for navigation always under control.

The devices are equipped with integrated wireless connectivity that allows the use of Garmin apps and the connection of the displays to advanced options such as the gWind Wireless2 masthead transducer and the Quotix multifunction watch.

These new tools are first and foremost chirp tools, what does chirp mean?

CHIRP technology scans simultaneously high and low frequencies which, depending on the transducer connected, can go from 28 kHz up to a maximum of 210 kHz with the relative change of the reading cone, therefore it means that it emits multiple frequencies simultaneously and more frequencies go back to have a sharper and more detailed detail, with this Garmin has inaugurated a new era in the field of professional fishing, ensuring better separation of targets and excellent resolutions even at high depths.

As for the echo sounder part, we have the traditional one that would be the classic view of the seabed, then we will have the ClearVu function that allows you to obtain very detailed, high resolution images, almost photographic of everything found below and on the sides of the boat. .

The GT23M-TM transducer is perfect for fishing along the coast and in deep waters, for those who want an excellent traditional CHIRP sonar and a CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar. This transducer with stern support clearly displays the arches of fish with an extraordinary separation of the targets and a clear definition of the structure under the boat.

The 8-pin transducer includes a traditional CHIRP midband sounder (80-160 kHz) and a power rating of 600 W. The CHIRP ClearVü element (260/455 kHz) has a power rating of 500 W.

Contact us to combine this fantastic instrument with the probe that is right for you.


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