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The AVIC-5200NEX offers a comprehensive map database from HERE® covering the entire United States (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, and Puerto Rico, enabling users to route to millions of destinations including 7.9 million points-of-interest (POIs).
As a component of the Naviextras feature, the AVIC-5200NEX ensures that you have the most recent map database available for this receiver at the time of purchase.
C-MAP Essentials are a subset of C-MAP 4D MAX coastal navigation data and includes: C-MAP Essentials bundles are not sold separately. Check out the complete C-MAP 4D MAX product offering or find your local dealer here.
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Birdseye is located at 38°18′57″N 86°41′43″W / 38.31583°N 86.69528°W / 38.31583; -86.69528 (38.315781, -86.695283).
Raymarine multifunction displays and chartplotters come bundled with C-MAP Essentials electronic navigation charts provided by Jeppesen.
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Birdseye Satellite Imagery is a software program available through Garmin that allows you to view satellite imagery on your Alpha 100 or Astro 430 / 320 handheld.
You are required to download the software onto your computer and then transfer the imagery to your handheld.
Alpha 100 and Astro 430 tracking systems include a free 1-year subscription to Birdseye.
Astro 320 systems do not, so to use it you must either purchase a prepaid card which provides a code that allows access to the software online or you can purchase the software direct from Garmin's website.