Lowrance® M68C S / Map Fishfinder with GPS - WAAS

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FULL color Lowrance® M68C S / Map Fishfinder with GPS - WAAS

Full fish-finding package! The M68C features a high-brightness display, high-detail hydrographic mapping, built-in GPS-WAAS and more to put you on the hot-spot. Also available in a Deepwater model that features a dual-frequency transducer (50kHz 35° & 200kHz 12°) for deep and saltwater fishing.

Better fishfinding:
  • FasTrack&trade displays flasher-style sonar returns in a narrow vertical column at the far right of the sonar screen, especially useful for ice fishing or fishing at anchor
  • HyperScroll&trade feature locates and displays fish targets at higher boat speeds with increased soundings per second
  • Sonar alarms for fish, max and minimum depths.
  • Low-profile high-performance 200 kHz Skimmer®, with built-in water surface temp sensor (Deepwater model features a dual-frequency 50kHz / 200kHz transducer)
  • 800W peak-to-peak (100 W RMS) power
  • Depth penetration to 600' (183 m).
GPS positioning:
  • Internal GPS + WAAS (Wide Area Satellite Augmentation System) for more accurate position readings
  • 12 parallel-channel receiver
  • Special built-in U.S. hydrography mapping
  • Stores 1,000 each of waypoint and event markers
  • Tracks 100 routes
  • Up to 100 savable plot trails
  • GPS alarm and man overboard feature.
  • High-brightness 3.5" (8.9cm) diagonal 256-color LCD display
  • Impressive 320V x 240H pixel definition
  • LED-backlit screen and keypad
  • Split-screen presentation
  • Multilanguage display.
  • Fully sealed and waterproof for even the harshest marine environments
  • Built-in backup memory saves user settings at power-down
  • Measures 4 1/ 2 " x 6" x 2 1/ 2 "w.

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