ULTRA HIGH-DEFINITION SCANNING SONAR
Get built-in Ultra High-Definition SideVü and ClearVü™ scanning sonars with vivid, high-contrast color palettes to help distinguish fish from structure. GPSMAP X3 series also supports 1 kW CHIRP traditional sonar capabilities.
PANOPTIX SONAR SUPPORT
Pair with Panoptix or LiveScope easy-to-interpret live sonar (transducer required, sold separately) to see all around your boat in real time.
FASTER, SHARPER, SMARTER
With its added processing power and new slimline design featuring edge-to-edge glass and a smaller unit footprint, it’s easy to retrofit this plotter in a wider range of dash configurations.
IMPROVED DISPLAY OPTICS
New higher-resolution IPS displays for 9” and 12” plotters offer improved sunlight readability and visibility from any angle, with 50% more pixels than previous-generation 9” GPSMAP devices.
Experience unparalleled coverage and detail with built-in Garmin Navionics+ integrated coastal and inland mapping1 with Auto Guidance+ technology on select chartplotters
OPTIONAL CHARTS AND MAPS
Bring a fresh new look and feel to your chartplotter with optional Garmin Navionics Vision+ premium charts, featuring high-resolution relief shading, satellite imagery, sonar imagery and more.
OPTIONAL RADAR BUNDLE
To help you avoid weather and traffic on the water, the compact 4 kW GMR 18 HD+ dome radar is available as a bundled option with your GPSMAP chartplotter/sonar package
GARMIN SAILASSIST SAILING FEATURES
View laylines, race start line guidance, enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines, true wind data fields and tide/current/time slider, wind angle, set and drift, wind speed, polars and more.
Use the polar table to see key data, including how fast you should go at a certain wind angle and speed — so you know whether you need to adjust sail trim.
GARMIN MARINE NETWORK
If you have multiple compatible Garmin devices on your boat, you can share information — such as maps, user data, radar and IP camera video — among them.
NMEA 2000 AND NMEA 0183 NETWORKS
Connect to compatible autopilots, digital switching, weather, Fusion-Link audio system, media, VHF, AIS and more from one screen.
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity pairs with the free all-in-one mobile app for access to the OneChart feature, smart notifications, software updates, Helm, Garmin Quickdraw Community data and more.
INTEGRATED ANT® TECHNOLOGY
Connect with some of your favorite devices, such as quatix marine watches, gWind Wireless 2 transducers, GNX Wind marine instruments and wireless remote controls
Now you can connect your chartplotter to different kinds of engines, including select Yamaha engines.
This feature brings together all the operations and capabilities of select third-party devices, such as EmpirBus digital switching, on one screen.
|9.2″ x 6.4″ x 3″ (23.3 x 16.2 x 7.6 cm)
|7.8″ x 4.4″; 9.0″ diagonal (19.9 cm x 11.2 cm; 22.9 cm diagonal)
|1280 x 720 pixels
|3.6 lbs (1.6 kg)
|Bail, flush or flat (Garmin does not offer any hardware or accessories for a flat-mount installation. Professional tools and knowledge is required.)
Maps & Memory
|Accepts Data Cards
|2 microSD cards (back of unit)
|50 saved tracks
|Has built-in receiver
|NMEA 2000 Compatible
|NMEA 0183 Compatible
|Built-in Auto Guidance
Optional Map Support
|LakeVü g3 Ultra
|Garmin Navionics Vision+™
|Garmin Quickdraw Contours
|Raster chart support
|Smart Mode Compatible
|Supports Fusion-Link™ compatible radios
|GSD Black Box Sonar Support
|GCV Black Box Sonar Support
|GRID (Garmin Remote Input Device) compatible
|Wireless Remote Compatible
|Spoken audio alerts
Sonar Features & Specifications
|Traditional sonar (dual frequency/beam)
|built-in (single channel CHIRP, 70/83/200 kHz, L, M, H CHIRP)
|built-in 260/455/800/1000/1200 kHz
|built-in 260/455/800/1000/1200 kHz
|NMEA 2000 ports
|Connections NMEA0183 Input Ports
|NMEA 0183 input (Tx) ports
|Video input ports
|1 (BNC composite)
|Garmin Marine Network Ports
|12-pin transducer ports
|BNC external GPS antenna port
|Garmin Wi-Fi network (local connection)
|10 to 32 Vdc
|Typical current draw at 12 Vdc
|Maximum current draw at 12 Vdc
|Maximum power usage at 10 Vdc