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GPSMAP 3010C and the GPSMAP
3006C launch Garmin into the world of Marine
networking, with plug-and-play systems that put GPS, weather,
sonar, radar, and other important data at boaters' fingertips.
units are waterproof and feature a sunlight readable, 256-color, 640 x 480-pixel
VGA display. The screen size for the GPSMAP 3010C is 10.4" diagonal. These multifunction
displays (MFDs) are powered by a high-speed processor and graphics controller
for fast redraw of charts and weather graphics. They communicate with the Garmin
Marine Network through a 100-megabit Garmin-proprietary ethernet-based network.
The entire system is waterproof and completely plug-and-play-the MFDs automatically
detect any and all peripherals once they're connected. Boaters can connect a GPS
antenna and one remote sensor directly to the MFD. Or, with the addition of the
GMST 10 Network Port Expander, users can connect multiple MFDs and sensors to
the same network. Each networked MFD can be configured independently.
unique feature to the Garmin Marine Network
is the addition of the GDLT 30 weather data receiver. Through a partnership with
XM WX Satellite Weather, North American mariners can-for the first time-access
real-time graphical weather data directly on the GPSMAP 3010C or 3006C-without
the need for a separate PC interface. For those wanting more than 120 channels
of XM Satellite Radio along with weather data, Garmin also offers the GDL 30A-which
provides a unique audio-channel interface on the 3010C and 3006C that allows for
connection to an on-board stereo.
3000 series products receive sonar data through the GSD
21, a proprietary "black box" sounder which offers 4,000 watts
of peak-to-peak power (500 watts RMS) in a dual-frequency transducer.
Garmin Marine Network also offers a unique network upgrade system. The user simply
prompts the MFD to read the current software version of all components within
the network, and writes them onto a Garmin
data card. Then the user uploads this data via a PC to the Garmin website,
where the newest software versions are downloaded to the data card. The entire
system is automatically updated once the card is re-inserted into the MFD.
12 parallel channel GPS sensor with 30 ft. cable length
RISC processor and graphics controller for fast screen redraw
Use individually or connect and control multiple displays and sensors
with built-in high-speed network
View weather overlays with optional GDL 30/30A remote XM marine
weather/audio satellite receiver
Add sonar with optional GSD 21 remote sounder
13.1" W x 8.8" H x 3.25" D unit dimensions
Dual card slots; accepts data cards programmed with Garmin's BlueChart?
10.4"-diagonal, color TFT, full VGA, sunlight-readable display
Weighs approximately 5.0 lbs.
Backlit display and keypad
Permanent user data storage; no memory battery required
Two composite video inputs for on-board cameras; 1 VGA PC monitor
Three data ports allow for NMEA 0183 and proprietary Garmin
Navigation voice prompts (future software update required) with
operation using optional Garmin infrared remote control
Sends, receives, and displays positioning data with DSC-equipped
Water resistant; meets IEC 60529 IPX7 standards
Built-in worldwide basemap showing cities, interstates, coastline
detail and U.S. tide stations
Compatible with Garmin's BlueChart marine cartography and most MapSource
products, including Fishing Hot Spots and MetroGuide?
4000 user waypoints with name and graphic symbol; 50 reversible
routes with 300 waypoints/route
10,000 point automatic track log; 15 saved tracks let you retrace
your path in both directions; 700 points/saved track
Position formats include Lat/Lon, UTM, Loran TDs, Maidenhead, MGRS;
and user grid
Audible alarms for anchor drag, arrival, off-course, shallow water,
deep water, proximity waypoint, clock, and battery
Large-numbers option for easy viewing
Course and speed filtering
Built-in celestial tables for sun and moon calculations
Multiple languages (future software update required)
Click for larger view
Power data cable
Protective front cover
Garmin Marine Network
GDL 30/30A The GDL 30 weather data receiver
delivers North American, real-time XM WX Satellite Weather data
to the GPSMAP 3005C, GPSMAP 3006C and GPSMAP 3010C (includes GA
31 antenna). GDL 30A delivers XM Audio as
GSD 21 The 3000 series receives sonar data through the GSD
21 "black box" sounder.
GMS 10 Network Expander
The GMS 10 Connects multiple MFDs and sensors
to the Garmin Marine Network
GMR 20/40 Add radar to the 3000 series with simple "plug-and-play
installation of the GMR 20 or GMR