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Garmin Part No. 010-00836-00 Aera 500 W/americas Base Map on


Saint Helens, Oregon, United States

Saint Helens, Oregon, United States
Condition:New Brand:Garmin Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:010-00836-00

Free single database update
•      Yoke mount with power cable
Battery pack
Portable friction mount
USB cable
Vehicle power cable
Pilot's guide and owner's manual
Easy-to-use touchscreen interface
Bright 4.3” diagonal, color touchscreen display; 480 x 272 pixels; WQVGA TFT           display with white backlight
Lithium-ion battery - lasts up to five hours, depending on usage and settings
Flight Plans: 50 with up to 300 points each
Flight log: At least 30 most recent flights
Auto time zone – aera will automatically adjust your time zone while navigating
High-sensitivity GPS receiver with WAAS position accuracy for improved                   performance and reception
Simplified PC connectivity, using USB mass storage for easy database updates
Rugged and waterproof (IPX-7)
Interface with SL30 and SL40 for frequency tuning
GTX 330 interface capability for TIS traffic
Preloaded street maps of North America (Mexico not included)
Turn-by-turn directions with voice guidance - “Turn right on Main Street”
Bluetooth wireless technology– enabling hands-free calling
Micro-SD™ card slot for optional mapping and data storage
Trip computer records mileage, max speed, total time and more
Garmin Connect™ Photos – associate your favorite images with saved                       locations and visit Garmin Connect to download new images with included                 coordinates

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