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New NMEA standardized Chartplotter friendly Garmin GDL 40 Weather Receiver goes Cellular

by Rusti 2011-07-13 12:31


Garmin GDL 40 Weather Receiver for cellular network

Garmin GDL 40 quick and convenient installation plug and play receiver delivers Weather on-demand in real time. It is optimized for for NMEA 2000 compatible Garmin marine command center line of chartplotters. It benefits from utilizing the chartplotter large display. For example the GPSMAP 5015 has a whopping 15" or 38+ cm. screen, to show current weather conditions for near-shore and inland marine vessels, power boats and sail yacht captains.GARMIN GPSMAP 5015 chartplotter The GDL 40 combines its NMEA 2000 standard compatibility with reliable cellular network accessibility, and you may use additional external antenna for even better and improved reception, in rare cases it may be necessary as you sail your sports yacht or power boat further from the shore cellular network tower.

The GDL 40 plugs into any compatible Garmin chartplotter. The list of compatible devices includes more than two dozens of most popular Garmin GPSMAP devices, such as GPSMAP 740s, GPSMAP 7215, GPSMAP 546, GPSMAP 421 and GPSMAP 7212 to name a few. Marine command center's chart-plotter has large brilliant display which GDL 40 uses to provide detailed views of of weather features delivered via cellular network and to GDL 40 Weather Receiver circuits. 

GDL 40 Weather Receiver information

The wide variety of vital weather critical information was previously available only by Weather Receiver connected to a satellite networks, like Garmin GDL 30A XM WX Satellite Weather service and XM Satellite Radio, as one example. GARMIN GDL 30A satellite weather receiverWith GDL 40 Weather Receiver the information is accessible via cellular networks from the nearest cellular tower re-transmitter. The on-demand radar horizon, wind speed and direction, temperature, weather hazard warnings, weather forecasts are now easy to read. The GDL 40 weather receiver requires the vessel to be in the range of visibility of the closest cellular tower. With plenty of cellular towers being built close to the water in most marine port near the shore realms the GDL 40 has perfect connectivity, in other words where your cell phone works the GDL 40 will work just fine.

GDL 40 Weather Receiver improves quality of GPS navigationYou may want to check the Garmin (Nasdaq: GRMN) user-friendly website for more information about GPSMAP NMEA 2000 enabled chartplotters and pluggable Weather Receivers, as well as many other GPS navigational products and services for Marine and on-the-water GPS enthusiasts.

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