The Garmin GPSMAP 1222xsv Touch - a great choice for coastal fishermen. The combination unit with a bright 12-inch touch screen features a 1 kW CHIRP single-channel depth sounder and ClearVü and SideVü echosounders. The Garmin GPSMAP 1222xsv Touch is fully network ready to build a marine system with radars, autopilots, sonar modules and sensors. FLIR cameras, GRID ™ keyboards, FUSION-Link ™ audio systems, streaming via VIRB® cameras and more are also supported. Network Sharing allows data to be shared with all compatible devices connected to the network. And the integrated WLAN supports the ActiveCaptain app. A worldwide base map is preinstalled on the Der Garmin GPSMAP 1222xsv Touch and optional BlueChart® g2 Vision® HD are compatible.
Integrated sonar functions
By expanding the system with encoders, you can take advantage of the great sonar features. The GPSMAP 1222xsv Touch features a built-in 1kW Garmin CHIRP sonar with CHIRP ClearVü and SideVü sonar features. It also supports the premium Panoptix sonar functions for a comprehensive view and a wide selection of other Garmin transducers (sold separately).
Built-in Quickdraw Contours feature to create your own HD fishing license
Immediately create your own HD fishing charts with 30 cm (1 foot) depth lines and adjust as you wish.
Integrated SailAssist functions
In order to make the most of the wind in every regatta and to gain an advantage, the chartplotter offers a page to prepare for the start. The virtual start line as well as Layline data fields, the time left to start and a race timer that can be synchronized with all networked Garmin GPS products help ensure that every regatta is optimally prepared. But other sailing features are also supported, including extended wind rose, heading and COG lines, drift and current, true and apparent wind data, and more.
Garmin GPSMAP 1222xsv Touch
USB charging / sync cable
NMEA 2000® T-connector
NMEA 2000 stub (2 meters)
Holding strap set with fastening buttons
Mounting kit for flush mounting with seal
Adapter cable for connecting an 8-pin encoder with a 12-pin echo sounder
Click edges for placement