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Garmin's new high definition sonar..now in stock

Old 03-15-2018, 08:53 PM
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Now in stock..contact me to order.....$519.

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Garmin Ultra High-Definition Scanning Sonar System GCV™ 20 Scanning Sonar Black Box with GT34UHD-TM

Model: 010-02055-00
  • Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar system provides crisp images of structure and fish in stunning detail
  • Ultra High-Definition ClearVü sonar provides brilliant image clarity of structure and fish up to 200’ deep below your boat
  • Ultra High-Definition SideVü sonar delivers stunningly clear images of structure and fish off to the sides of your boat
  • System includes easy-to-install, networkable GCV™ 20 sonar black box with three-array transducer; includes transom and trolling motor mounts
  • Share seamlessly across multiple networked chartplotters as well as networking Panoptix™ all-seeing sonar
Clarity and detail are redefined with the Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar system. Using an easy-to-install, networkable GCV 20 sonar black box with an included three-array GT34UHD transducer, now you can get scanning sonar images in ultra high-definition. You see everything below and off to the sides of your boat in amazingly sharp, crisp detail.

This sonar system provides brilliant image clarity of structure and fish below your boat at greater depths than other high-frequency scanning sonars by putting more power on targets via a downward-facing element.

See stunningly clear images of structure and fish off to the sides of your boat. This makes it easy to scout a fishing area quickly, because you can see everything the first time with such amazing clarity.

You can share your Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar images seamlessly across multiple networked chartplotters. You can also add optional Panoptix all-seeing sonar to your networked sonars.

SpecificationsGeneralWater ratingIPX7Garmin Marine Network™ ports3Temperature rangeFrom 5°F to 158°F (from -15°C to 70°C)Sonar Features & SpecificationsFrequencies supportedUltra High-Definition ClearVü: 0.8 MHz (800 kHz), CHIRP range: 760-880 kHz

Ultra High-Definition SideVü: 1.2 MHz (1,200 kHz), CHIRP range: 1,060-1,170 kHzTransmit power500 W rmsMaximum depth200' Ultra High-Definition ClearVü
125' to each side Ultra High-Definition SideVü, 250' totalDimensions9.9" 7.6" 2.6" (251 mm 192 mm 66 mm)
What's in the Box:
  • GCV 20 Sonar Black Box
  • Right-angle power cable
  • Right-angle ethernet cable
  • Mounting hardware
  • Documentation
  • GT34UHD-TM transducer
  • Transom mount
  • Trolling motor mount

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Old 04-12-2018, 08:28 AM
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Now in stock...
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Old 04-12-2018, 09:25 AM
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Anyone have any real experience with this? Does it really work and is it affordable for a system that you would want? SoundS pretty cool!
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Old 04-12-2018, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Lobstercatcher229 View Post
Anyone have any real experience with this? Does it really work and is it affordable for a system that you would want? SoundS pretty cool!

No one has used this as the very first units are just today in stock.

But i have spoken with the beta trial users..they love it.

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Is this something that can be used with my 1242xsv touch? I just got a new to me boat with that Garmin in it. As of now it only has a tiny transducer and no side scan or down vu. I think its just a traditional sonar simple unit. Anyways, I am looking at what to get for reading the bottom from about 25’-200’ for fishing and fisning good bottom for spearfishing in the florida keys... i hd read about the gt51 and some newer cv51 model... but that the cv didnt have a real downvu scanner or something? Anyways... I am a bit of a newb to transducer specs and trying to figure out what i need to take advantage of the 1242 I have. Let me know if you can help. Maybe we could chat on the phone. Thanks!
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This will work with the 1242xsv yes.
But its depth rating is about 75' and less.

The GT51-TM would be far better.
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