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Old 04-28-2008, 06:46 PM
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I am in the process of buying a boat that has this unit on it. What charts do they take? The boat is 300 miles away and I won't be there for a week or so so I figured you guys could help me out. Thanks
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Takes C-map NT cards. You will love it.
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thank you.
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The L1250 will have two slots for the NT+ chips. I keep a wide nav chip and a bathymetric chip in when running. I also have a memory chip and a reader (you can get them as a kit with PC Planner - a PC based charting application).

It all works very well together. As stated, the unit is solid and has a very clear display. I have mine networked with radar overlay, a dsm, and an ST6001 SG.
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gerg,

I have a HSB1 L760 (same as the 1250 but smaller screen), I also have a PC Planner can you clarify how your "memory chip" comes into use.

Reading between the lines I sense that there's inference that you can transfer data from the Ray to the chip then to the PC Planner.
I haven't been able to do it so if it is possible please tell me how it's done.

Thanks,
Tony.


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