Garmin - Fishfinder 560c

Garmin - Fishfinder 560c

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• 5” sunlight-readable WVGA glass bonding display
• Fishfinder 560C comes with a high resolution

Perfectly designed for fishing vessels.
The Fishfinder 560C is perfectly designed for fishing vessels. It scans waters with 600 watts (RMS) power, extra-sensitive Garmin HD-ID™ target tracking technology and the ability to scan bottom profiles down to 1,500 feet in salt water.

A transducer kit includes a transducer adopter. Professional fishermen can subscribe suitable transducer in need.

Dedicated button for most common used function
Benefit for the professional fishermen like you, Fishfinder 560C features with dedicated button on its right side for you to quickly adjust the setting you need for “Gain”, “Range”, and “Zoom” function.

Up-and-down split screen
Putting its 5” WVGA display vertically, Garmin offers you an intuitive comparison when using the “Split Screen” on Zoom or Dual Frequency page.

Remote

Display resolution, WxH 480 x 800 pixels
Display type WVGA, 256 colors

General

Physical dimensions 6.0" x 5.9" x 1.8" (15.2 x 15.0 x 4.6 cm)
Weight 17.6 oz (499 g)
Water rating IPX7
Display type WVGA, 256 colors
Display size, WxH 2.9” x 4.0” (7.4 x 10.16 cm); 5” diag, (12.7 cm)
Display resolution, WxH 480 x 800 pixels
Voltage range 8V - 28V input
Audible alarms

Fishfinder Features

Split-screen zoom
Ultrascroll® (displays fish targets at higher boat speeds)
Fish Symbol ID (helps identify fish targets)
AutoGain Technology (minimizes clutter, maximizes targets)
Adjustable depth line (measures depth of underwater objects)
A-scope (real time display of fish passing through transducer beam)
Water speed capable (displays speed on water)
Whiteline (indicates hard or soft bottom)

Sonar Features & Specifications

Frequencies supported 200/50 kHz
Transmit power 600W (RMS)/4,800W (peak to peak)
Maximum depth 1,500 ft saltwater*
Bottom lock (shows return from the bottom up)
Water temperature log and graph

Additional

Additional

*Depth capacity is dependent on water bottom type and other water conditions.