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Product DescriptionThe Garmin GPSMAP 536 Chartplotter has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver and the high-speed digital design provides you with faster map drawing and panning speeds.
• 5" VGA color display
• 480 x 640 resolution
• High-speed digital design for increased map drawing/panning speeds
• Includes tilt/swivel mount, protective front cover, and power/data cable
• NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000
• Waterproof to IPX7
• Weighs less than 1.75 lbs.
• Internal high-sensitivity GPS receiver/antenna
• Preloaded with US Garmin Lake map data in addition to the satellite-enhanced basemap
• Save up to 3,000 waypoints/favorites/locations and 100 routes directly from your device
• Track log holds up to 50 tracks with 10,000 points per track
• Supports AIS communications
• Supports DSC data when connected to a DSC capable VHF radio
• Audible alarms
• Tide tables
• Sun/moon information
• With the addition of a BlueChart g2 Vision Card: 3D map view and Auto Guidance
• With the addition of a Garmin Lakes Vision Card: MarinerEye view, FishEye view, high-resolution satellite images, and Auto Guidance
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Q:I want to use this on both lakes in California (northern) & Try out the "delta" Any idea on which unit would be best. I probably need the 5" to see (4' looks too small 6" or better too expensive). I only have a 21' Sanger that will never leave the San Francisco bay (open coast). likely not even the Petaluma River. just the Delta (inland?) or freshwater lakes. Thank you for your time & help in this matter. I have no "chartplotter" experience. But have been boating since the 70's.
ScottAsked on 8/13/2011 by Scott from San Francisco Bay Area, CA