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New G-Series Display range from GME

by GME on 8 Nov 2010
G Combo GME . www.gme.net.au
2010 has been a very busy year for GME, and its marine division is proud to announce the release of the new fully featured G-Series range of marine displays offering exceptional value to customers who are wanting either a Combination unit (Chartplotter/Fishfinder), GPS Chartplotter or standalone Fishfinder.

The G.Combo, G.Plot and G.Fish units all present a high performance colour display in a popular space saving design. Any discerning user of a chartplotter or fishfinder will agree screen resolution and brightness are at the top of the feature list when purchasing a unit. This is why GME has opted for a high resolution 640 H x 480 W pixel, 5.6' (142mm) diagonal back lit TFT LCD display with night mode and 10 adjustable settings on all three models. The units can either be flushed into a dash or mounted on the simple to tilt and swivel bracket which is supplied along with a sun cover.



The G.Plot and G.Combo have an inbuilt 16 channel GPS antenna with provision for an external antenna. Cartography is via the feature rich C-Map Max charts available on standard SD card. Both the Combo unit and Chartplotter can be purchased with or without a C-MAP Max Australia wide chart. Enhanced C-MAP Max features like dynamic nav-aids showing flashing beacons on the display, and quick chart information make orientation and navigation easy.

The excellent chartplotter specifications and features are enhanced by the use of digital fishfinder technology in the G.Combo. Again GME elected to use the well known multi sensor Airmar P58 Triducer® combining depth, speed, and temperature functions in one housing. With 600 watt RMS power and true 50kHz and 200kHz dual frequency sonar you won’t miss any underwater activity. The G.Fish has all the sonar capabilities of the Combo unit but as a standalone Fishfinder.

With an easy to use menu structure and multiple screen options of which six configurations can be stored as your favourites, the G-Series allows you to get the best performance out of the unit quickly and easily. A snap shot function ensures you don’t miss a thing, this feature allows the display on the screen to be captured and saved to the units 128MB memory and then downloaded onto an optional SD card for viewing on your PC.



A GME 2-year manufacturer’s warranty comes with each of the IPX7 rated units, to give you that additional piece of mind.

Stock of the new G-Series units will be available from GME stockists By mid November 2010.

More information available by contacting GME or visiting www.gme.net.au

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