GPSMAP 520/ 520s
The Garmin GPSMAP 520 has been replaced with the Garmin GPSMAP 521
versatile GPSMap 520/ 520s chartplotter delivers
a lot of navigation! With a bright 5"
QVGA color display and simple, straightforward buttons and menus,
the GPSMAP 520 also sports a built-in, satellite-enhanced worldwide
basemap. You can add the optional BlueChart® g2 Vision SD
card for even more enhanced features.
all Garmin plotters, these utilize WAAS/EGNOS-enabled GPS receivers
for extreme high accuracy (typically within 3 meters). The
built-in sounder on the 520s combo model can scan as deep as
1500 feet/ 457 meters, with dual frequency transducer,
to clearly paint depth contours, fish targets, structure etc.
The combo 520s also offers split-screen capability, so you
can view map and sounder data simultaneously.
Vision SD Card
in optional BlueChart g2 Vision cards to add true 3D-view detailed
mapping capabilities (both above and below the waterline), plus
helpful auto-guidance, high resolution photomapping detail, and
"real picture" aerial photos of ports, harbours,
marinas, waterways, navigation landmarks and other points of
Features and Specifications
Ultra-bright 5" diagonal QVGA display,
320 x 240 pixels - 800 nits of brightness
New streamllined user interface offers easy selection of
functions and features
Preloaded with worldwide satellite imagery
Single SD memory card slot for BlueChart
g2 Vision cards, as well as saving waypoints, routes and tracks
to a SD card which can be shared with others
Built-in GPS antenna
BNC connector for optional
GA29 remote GPS antenna
Backlit keypad for easier operation at night
Two NMEA0183 I/0 ports
Unit dimensions: 6.4" x 5.9" H x 2.9" D
Same features as listed above
New sounder design featuring excellent shallow water performance
500 watts (RMS) 4000 watts (peaks to peak), dual frequency
400 watts (RMS) 3200 watts (peak to peak), dual beam
Depth: 1,500 feet (dual frequency), 900 feet (dual beam)
Choose dual frequency transducer 50kHz (45°), 200kHz
(10°) for maximum saltwater performance or dual beam transducer
80 kHz (45°), 200kHz (14°) for maximum freshwater performance
Patented transom/trolling mount transducer
UltraScroll high rep rate sonar provides lightening-fast
New AutoGain technology enhances target visibility
CANet proprietary bus allows display and control of full
feature sounder data on 2nd Garmin chartplotter
See-Thru technology: show weak and strong returns simultaneously
Water temperature log graphically records water temp data
Round flasher display mode (in dual beam mode) and A-scope
(in dual frequency mode)
Adjustable depth line helps gauge desired fishing levels
and bottom clearance
Split zoom display offers a closer look at fish targets and
2X, 4X and bottomlock zoom
Adjustable keel offset
Alarms for fish size, shallow water, deep water and low battery
• GPSMAP 520/520s*
• Tilt/swivel mount
• Protective front cover
• Power/data cable
• CANet cable
• Owner's manual
*Note: Where applicable, the 520s package includes dual
GPSMAP 520 or 520s, built-in receiving antenna, transom mount
transducer (depending on the GPSMAP 520s configuration below),
power/data cable, crimp connectors, mounting bracket with
tilt/swivel, protective front cover, owner's manual and quick
5" QVGA color display, CANet compatible, satellite-enhanced worldwide
basemap, compatible with optional BlueChart g2 Vision card, sounder
GPSMAP 520 Satellite-enhanced worldwide basemap.
GPSMAP 530 Preloaded maps of U.S. inland
GPSMAP 540 Preloaded offshore BlueChart?
maps for the U.S. and the Bahamas.
All the new Garmin chartplotters feature basic worldwide satellite
imagery for a realistic "view from space" depiction. With
g2 Vision cards, these images are upgraded to super high-detail
aerial photomapping. It's the most realistic map you've ever seen
on a graphical chartplotter. And you can navigate 'on the picture'
with a clear dynamic presentation of your boat's current position.
Auto Guidance. The optional Auto Guidance technology, unlocked
via g2 Vision card, searches chart contents to suggest the safest
known charted route for navigation.
True 3D-view mapping. Garmin's newest chartplotters wil graphically
depict true 3D "mariner's eye" topside view or "fish
eye" underwater view navigation perspective for tricky shoals,
reefs, bridges, channels etc.
Picture" Photo Reference. Aerial photography gives mariners
a realistic visual overview of harbours, marinas, waterways and
other points of reference. The photos allow a visual reference for
nearby fuel pumps, dining spots, lodging and shore-side facilities.
Also included is City Navigator North America NT road data for navigation
up to five miles inland.
With dual frequency transducer