Garmin tends to create updated GPS tracking, wireless gadgets & apps for those who have survived an engaging lifestyle for over 30 years.
Garmin released the ECHOMAP UHD series a few years back – the newest line of mid-sized hybrid combination devices with superior features at low costs, spanning from 6″ to 12″. For example, Garmin’s crisp Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar and Garmin’s BlueChart g3 or LakeVu g3 Charts come equipped with integrated Navionics data with the UHD series.
These units are the epitome of “plug and play for any angler.” The ECHOMAP UHD can be paired with Garmin’s UHD transom mount or hull transducers for incredibly clear scanning of fish and structure. In addition, the UHD Clear Vu provides photographic views with high resolution and target separation in fresh and saltwater.
The Ultra High Definition sonar capabilities integrated into the ECOMAP UHD models are the most significant difference between the UHD series and other ECHOMAP series. You can also share your UHD sonar photos across numerous Chart plotters through a network.
Over the year, Garmin has made major modifications to the ECHOMAP UHD series, bringing upgrades like built-in sonar capabilities. In addition, the brand has brought the ECHOMAP UHD2 Chart plotter series with ground-breaking upgrades.
Refreshed hardware, design & functionality
The new series includes 500W of vibrant, high-contrast scanning sonar power and all-new equipment with a sunlight-readable display and other features. Boasting inbuilt wireless connection, cartographic material, a renowned sonar scanner & a seamless key-based interface, the all-new Garmin ECHOMAP UHD2 Chart plotter models offer different angles for the users.
The ECHOMAP UHD2 plotters, which come in a new 5-inch display and the renowned 7-inch display, have a power button for easy planning and operation of functions that every angler relies on for a successful outing marking key checkpoints or quickly switching between different Chart views.
This UHD2 series debuts an appealing physical redesign to fit the needs of the modern fisherman while preserving a clean and classic keyed layout by combining style aspects from vintage Garmin ECHOMAP UHD Chart plotters.
You can use built-in LakeVü g3 inland maps, BlueChart g3 coastal Charts, or a worldwide base map with compatibility for Garmin Navionics+TM and Garmin Navionics Vision+TM marine cartography can know the waterways you’re in as if you grew up fishing them.
Customers can utilize the ActiveCaptain application to enter their community to gain information & understand the technology. They can also upgrade & renew their charts.
ECHOMAP UHD2 Chart plotters include a bright, sunlight-readable display & Garmin’s latest user interface and visuals for more intuitive handling and control to weather various circumstances on the water.
The 5″ and 7″ units may wirelessly share information, such as sonar, waypoints, and routes, with another suitable ECHOMAP UHD2 Chart plotter on your boat. In addition, your ECHOMAP UHD2 device supports Garmin transducers for two types of sonar: Garmin conventional and ClearVü scanning sonars.
Built-in wireless connections allow anglers to broadcast sonar and share user information, such as waypoints and routes, between two ECHOMAP UHD2 units, whether fishing with a friend or desiring the freedom to add another Chart plotter on board.
The GT20-TM transducer, when combined with an ECHOMAP UHD2, provides a clear picture of the structure, bait, and fish right on the plotter screen. The ECHOMAP UHD2 series is now available for $399.99 to $649.99 at suggested retail prices.