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Garmin 010-10363-00 Usb Data Card Reader Programmer on

US $59.00

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, United States

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:Garmin

New in package with reader and cd rom driver disk. For use with older garmin aviation and marine units that used the stick style data cards. This unit interfaces that card with your computer.

Update Garmin GNS Databases in a Flash

For use with legacy GNS 430/530 series and GNS 430W/530W series navigatorsPrograms data cards for Garmin Terrain and Obstacle databasesProvides significantly faster card programming timesCompatible with existing Terrain data cards

Get Faster Downloads for Less Downtime

Garmin USB Aviation Data Card Programmer permits the updating of Terrain and Obstacle databases on legacy GNS 430/530 series and GNS 430W/530W series navigators, using a data card paired to those devices.

The programmer allows customers to transfer databases from to data cards more efficiently by offering improved performance as well as RoHS compliance. It provides greatly enhanced transfer speeds — up to 80 percent faster — ensuring customers spend less time in front of the computer.

The programmer is backwards compatible with previous Terrain data cards, so a new data card is not required. The programmer comes with a USB cable.

Pilots requiring Jeppesen Navigation Database updates for GNS 430/530 series and GNS 430W/530W series should note those databases can only be programmed by a Jeppesen Skybound USB programmer, available from Jeppesen.

Garmin part number 010-10579-20 (formerly part 010-10579-00)

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