Simrad unveils new GO Series chart plotter

Simrad said the GO9 XSE chart plotter navigation display, the latest addition to its GO Series.
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Simrad said the GO9 XSE chart plotter navigation display, the latest addition to its GO Series, allows boaters to view charts, add waypoints and see other information on a 9-inch screen.

The company said the GO9 XSE is compatible with Simrad Broadband 3G/4G Radar systems and SiriusXM weather/radio (U.S. only) and features an internal 10 Hz GPS receiver, StructureScan HD and CHIRP Sonar for fishfinding, autopilot integration, engine data monitoring, audio connectivity with SonicHub2, built-in wireless connectivity and the Simrad TripIntelTM trip computer.

“Designed specifically for smaller boats with single-helm stations, day boats, tenders and pontoons, the GO-series brings powerful navigation functionality to a whole new boating segment,” Navico CEO Leif Ottosson said in a statement.

“The new GO9 XSE adds even more capabilities to this affordable product line with radar and ethernet, entertainment and the innovative TripIntel trip computer functionality, all in a stylish package.”

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