FISHFINDER 650 GPS, WW
Sonar Fishfinder and GPS module is a 2-in-1 solution that allows you to find the perfect fishing spot thanks to the Garmin CHIRP technology
- Bright and clear, 6-inch color WVGA vertical display with keyboard and special buttons.
- The CHIRP sonar sends a series of signals at different frequencies, from low to high. The CHIRP sonar allows you to display clearer arcs showing fish with a perfect distinction of objects.
- Built-in traditional 600 W (RMS) CHIRP sonar and ClearVü CHIRP scanning sonar provide almost photographic quality sonar viewing of objects, structures and fish under the boat.
- Compliance with advanced GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou positioning systems - you can observe up to 12,000 exact points, so you can quickly and easily find your way to your "secret" fishing spots.
- The Fishfinder 650 GPS device fully supports NMEA 0183 and RS422 communication, providing connectivity with sensors and accessories from other companies.
A new combination of Fishfinder 650 GPS chartplotter and sonar with a 6-inch display and buttons is now available. The device provides multi-language support and has been developed for the semi-commercial fishing market. Fishfinder 650 GPS includes a built-in traditional CHIRP sonar and CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar, which displays clear arches showing fish. The device provides excellent distinction of objects and clear images of elements under the boat. The device also has multiple positioning modes that support advanced systems such as GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou.
The power of Garmin CHIRP
The sonar features implemented in the Fishfinder 650 GPS include the CHIRP sonar, which is the most advanced sonar technology available for anglers and sailors. The CHIRP sonar provides excellent resolution and target differentiation because it focuses even more energy on the target than traditional sonar.
Super clear sonar images made from the surface of the water
Thanks to the Garmin CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar, images of the objects under the boat are characterized by almost photographic quality. In one multifunction transducer we managed to use the technology of traditional HD-ID ™ sonar and Garmin's ClearVü scanning sonar.
Compatibility with GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou
The Fishfinder 650 GPS has many positioning modes that support advanced systems such as GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. Now you can observe up to 12,000 exact points in a quick and easy way, thanks to which you will find the way to your "secret" fishing spots. Thanks to the large memory you can register dangerous points (markings) and favorite destinations (waypoints) to which you want to return in the future.
AIS radar support
Check the detailed view of the AIS radar and the AIS list simultaneously on the same page. Move the cursor and check the specific item in the radar view to see detailed information or disconnect VRM / EBL and measure the distance in the AIS radar window. You can also choose an AIS boat from the AIS list to display relevant information.
Fast page sequence
In a quick and easy way, switch between functions using the PAGE button. Press to scroll frequently used functions or press and hold to edit five favorite pages and provide quick access to them at any time.
Support for digital and optical zoom
The digital and optical zoom function allows you to easily control what elements are displayed on the screen and what areas are displayed in more detail.
Color filter for traditional sonar display
Set up to 8 color levels to denote different depth ranges, personalize the traditional sonar page, and check target depths at an incredible speed.
Display graphic representation of depth data and quickly ensure orientation in the topography of the area underwater.
The compass page provides quick access to information about the course over the bottom and the speed above the bottom
Displays speed and heading over the bottom clearly on one page. Thanks to this, in the case of half trawl you can quickly determine if the network is full and if you need to change the position of the cast to get better results.
Transferring route points in a GPX file
Points, tracks and frequently traversed routes stored in another GPS product or Garmin navigation device can now be extremely easily transferred to the new Garmin chartplotter using the standard GPX format. GPX is an open, standard format enabling the exchange of GPS data between various platforms and applications. Thanks to the easy-to-use interface technology, Garmin considers every point of the route and provides an even more convenient form of exchange.