Garmin GSD 22 Digital Network 2kW Remote Sonar

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Powerful remote sounder uses digital technology for cutting-edge performance

Add depth to your chartplotter view with the GSD™ 22 remote sounder. The GSD 22, Garmin's first digital sonar, is a robust unit designed to operate with stand-alone chartplotters or integrate with the Garmin CANet™ and Marine Networks. The GSD 22 is a powerful remote sounder that plugs directly into the Garmin Marine Network for use with Garmni network chartplotters or into the new Garmin CANet™ for use with the 292/392/492 series chartplotters. Ultrascroll™ technology keeps the display scrolling at live-action speeds, while the unit's digital design and up to 2 kW of transmit power (depending on transducer used) provide extraordinary target definition and deep water performance. Transmit power and receiver gain automatically adjust to produce excellent shallow water performance as well. The GSD 22 is dual frequency (200/50 kHz) and works with everything from a standard 500 W transom mount transducer to heavy-duty 2 kW thru-hull or in-hull transducers. Reaches depths to 5,000 feet. Please Note: This product does not include a transducer.

What You’ll Need.

The 50/200 kHz Traditional Transducers - 6 Pins  operate with either 500W, 600W or 1kW transducers, sold separately. Depending on the style of the transducer, you’ll get depth, speed and/or temperature readings. To complete your installation, order one of the following transducers: 

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Garmin GSD 22 Digital Network 2kW Remote Sonar Review:


Nice Unit

This is a great unit at a reasonable price
Captain at on 04/04/2013