NEW Lowrance® Elite-7x HDI Fishfinder - 83/200 & 455/800 kHz
- 7" color display
- Hybrid Dual Imaging
- Brilliant, widescreen visibility and viewing detail
- Multi-window displays
- DownScan overlay
- TrackBack™ into Sonar History
- Advanced signal processing
- Advanced NMEA 2000® networking compatibility
Manufacturer model #: 000-10961-001.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ranger487 Elite 7 This graph is simply awesome, easy to use and helps find that deeper cover that i never knew was there. May 6, 2013
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Details:If I wanted to run one of these off the front of the boat, would I be able to see the GPS features on this unit being fed via the 7 HDI at my console? I know this unit is only missing the gps, so i would hope I could use the single gps system from the console and have this unit up at the trolling motor but with the gps? Thanks? So both units see the same gps map for marking waypoints and structures wishing to double back too?
Details:What is the difference between this unit and similar unit stock number 38-536-054-00
A:The 'X' in the model number denotes a unit that is sonar/downscan only and does not have the GPS Chartplotter. This unit does not have an internal antenna. Instead (according to Lowrance), it has the option for an external GPS Antenna for basic digital GPS data overlay, marking waypoints and waypoint sharing with networked Lowrance chartplotters.
A:I went to a store and asked the folks at the kiosk the same question. After looking at the online site and looking at the Lowrance website they were no closer to an answer. The Lowrance site was not even able to find the model. After an hour I was told the difference is the X in the model. The X meant "Chart Plotter" but no one could tell me what the chart plotter is. One guy even said it was GPS. I promptly replied the model without the X had GPS as the last feature in the description. He told me the BPS website was wrong. Really???
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