Ultimate Sailing Bundle; Depth, Speed and Wind
When selecting your GMI, there are 2 bundled versions to pick from: one includes a GWS 10 wind transducer and the other, a DST800 thru-hull smart transducer and GWS 10 transducer. The wind transducer records speed and direction, air temperature and barometric pressure. The thru-hull records water depth, water temperature and boat speed.
GMI 20 Display - Perfectly Designed for Power and Sail Vessels
The GMI 20 digital marine instrument display is perfectly designed for both power and sail vessels. Designed to clearly show depth, speed, wind and 100+ marine and vessel parameters, its large, bright 4” color display with extra large digits is easy to read at a distance and 170 degree viewing angle.
GWS 10 Wind Sensor - Discover the Benefit of Harnessed Wind Power
The GWS 10 wind sensor gives you, the sailor, even more control by allowing you to maximize the performance and speed of your boat with wind vane technology.
GWS 10 uses a wind vane for detection of wind direction and an anemometer to register wind speed. These measurements enhance your boat's potential as you adjust your sail accordingly to harness the wind's strength.
Besides delivering wind measurements, GWS 10 captures barometric pressure and air temperature data. When combined with other sensors, GWS 10 enables those on board to gather specific wind data such as ground and true wind, wind VMG and track heading.
Combining wind and weather measurement from a single, integrated sensing unit, GWS 10 installs with ease through NMEA 2000 - providing data output to your cockpit display via NMEA 2000 cable and bus, which also powers the GMI20 unit. The GWS 10 is easily interfaces with Garmin’s GMI 20 display, GPSMAP 4000, GPSMAP 5000, GPSMAP 6000, GPSMAP 7000, GPSMAP 8800 series chartplotters and other Garmin NMEA2000 Compatible devices.
DST800 Triducer - A Smart Multisensor Offering Depth, Speed and Temperature
The DST800 offers depth, speed, and temperature functions in one compact thru-hull fitting. Digital signal processing inside the housing provides depth, speed, and temperature data to a chart plotter, radar screen, or digital display, eliminating the need for a dedicated depth sounder. One hole in the boat's hull makes this TRIDUCER multisensor attractive to both boat builders and boat owners. And the retractable multisensor is available with NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000, or custom CAN protocols. The wide port-starboard, fan shaped beam is able to find bottom even when installed on high-deadrise hulls or on sailboats when heeled.
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