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View Marine Data Everywhere in Plain Sight
- Featherweight device attaches easily to either side of most sunglasses and eyewear frames to put key marine data in your line of sight
- Displays speed, heading, distance to line, burn time,water depth and temperature, wind direction and engine RPM — streamed from a compatible onboard Garmin device
- Provides hands-free, in-view display to enhance situational awareness
- Glove and wet-weather friendly touch panel allows you to swipe between data displays
- Colour display ensures readability in all conditions; can be worn with polarised or prescription lenses
Garmin Nautix in-view display keeps important marine data in plain sight¹, no matter whether your sight is directed on the boat or horizon. Now you have a convenient reference that displays critical boat data at all times. Fishermen can keep an eye on water temperature or depth, boat speed and RPM. Sailors can watch the race start countdown timer and other advanced racing data. And if away from the helm, such as when on the bow dropping anchor, you can still keep an eye on things.
Made for the Marine Environment
Durable, weatherproof design is built to withstand harsh marine environments. The touch panel is glove and wet-friendly so you can rotate through data screens even in rain or sea spray. A simple swipe of your finger across the bar changes display screens.
Stay Informed 360° Around Your Boat
Pair Garmin Nautix with a compatible Garmin marine electronics device to receive information from up to 5 data screens. These include speed and heading, speed over ground, wind angle and speed, water temperature and depth, engine RPM and distance and bearing to next waypoint. And sailors can even view advanced racing data, hands-free, including countdown timer, time to burn and start line information.
Advanced Technology in a Featherweight Design
Innovative mounting technique allows you to attach the lightweight Nautix in-view display to either side of your favourite eyewear frames. It works with both polarised and prescription lenses; however, it is not recommended for wire frames. Fully adjustable arm allows you to position the display in your optimum viewing position, either below or above your direct line of sight, without being an obstruction.
¹For situational awareness only. Users should view data on the display at a glance and should always focus on surroundings.
|Physical dimensions||2.4” x 0.77” x 0.78” (60.0 mm x 19.7 mm x 19.8 mm)|
|Display size, WxH||No|
|Display resolution, WxH||428 x 240 pixels|
|NMEA 2000® compatible||No|
|Garmin Marine Network™ ports||No|
|Accepts data cards||No|
|Garmin Sonar compatible||No|
|Garmin Radar compatible||No|
|Garmin SmartMode compatible (customizable monitor presets)||No|
|Supports AIS (tracks target ships position)||No|
|Supports DSC (displays position data from DSC-capable VHF radio)||No|
|Garmin Meteor Audio System compatible||No|
|Supports Fusion-Link compatible marine radios||No|
|GSD™ Black Box sonar support||No|
|BlueChart® Mobile (planning) compatible||No|
|Garmin Helm compatible||No|
|GRID™ (Garmin Remote Input Device) compatible||No|
|Wireless remote compatible||No|
|Dual-frequency (50/200 kHz) sonar capable||No|
|Dual-beam (77/200 kHz) sonar capable||No|
|CHIRP sonar technology||No|
|Bottom lock (shows return from the bottom up)||No|
|Water temperature log and graph||No|
|Sonar history rewind||No|
|Transducer Pin Numbers||No|
|NMEA 0183 input ports||No|
|NMEA 0183 output ports||No|
|Video input ports||No|
|Video output ports||No|