Image shows multiple MFDs and sensors connected
to the Garmin Marine Network.
A single GPS antenna and sensor can be connected directly to an
When using the Garmin Marine Network, mariners have complete
awareness of what's happening around them. By adding various marine components,
boaters can integrate position data, charting, weather, sonar, radar, and other
important data to their system.
The Garmin Marine Network is completely plug-and-play. Garmin's
user-friendly operation ensures even novice boaters can operate
the system with confidence. The MFDs automatically detect any
and all peripherals once they're connected. The same network cable
is used for both unit-to-unit and unit-to-network connections.
Boaters can connect a GPS antenna and one remote sensor directly to the MFD,
or, with the addition of the GMS 10 Network Port Expander,
users can connect multiple MFDs and sensors to the same network. Each networked
MFD can be configured independently.
A multifunction-display chartplotter, the GPSMAP
3005C is designed for a smaller boat or as a secondary unit
on larger craft.
A multifunction-display chartplotter with a 6.4 inch diagonal screen,
the GPSMAP 3006C is an anchor of the Garmin
A multifunction-display chartplotter with a 10.4 inch diagonal screen,
the GPSMAP 3010C is an anchor of the Garmin
The 3000 series receives sonar data through the GSD
20 "black box" sounder.
10 Network Expander
The GMS 10 Connects multiple MFDs and sensors
to the Garmin Marine Network
21 (2kW) or GMR 41 (4kW)
Marine Radar dome; network sensors. GMR 21 or GMR 41
30 /GDL 30A
This weather data receiver delivers real-time
XM WX Satellite Weather data for the United States to the GPSMAP
3005C, GPSMAP 3006C and GPSMAP
3010C, GPSMAP 3205, GPSMAP
3206 and GPSMAP 3210 (includes GA 31
XM satellite antenna). NB: Watch for availability
details of XM services in Canada