Bushnell ONIX 200CR Portable Color Handheld GPS Unit with Satellite Image Available
Now you can navigate and plan your adventure using actual satellite images and aerial photography, with the Bushnell ONIX200CR. Log on to Bushnell's Web site, download an image to your GPS unit and it's instantly calibrated (georeferenced) to the satellites for navigation. Now, the landmarks around you are pictured in the palm of your hand. And the screen-layering feature creates the most user-friendly interface on the market. Combine this with other exclusive features - SafeTrack battery-conservation mode and HOT button operation - and you're holding an incredibly advanced piece of equipment that's also simple to use.
- Layer a satellite photo, topo map, compass and all navigational aids on a single screen with TruView Navigation
- 320 x 240 pixel full-color LCD screen
- 32MB of user memory
- Downloads, displays and georeferences satellite photography
- SafeTrack battery-conservation mode
- Night Mode
- HOT button operation
- Basemap of the United States and Canada
- 20 channel SiRF Star III GPS receiver
- WAAS enabled
- Stores up to 20 satellite/aerial photos and
- 20 topographic maps
- Audible alarms
- Waterproof (IPX7 rated) and rugged construction
- Customizable user profiles
- Runs on two AA batteries (not included)
- USB port (cable included)
- Dimensions: 108mm (h) x 44mm (w) x 18mm (d)
Use this to get a more detailed look at your chosen satellite image or aerial photo. The zoom level is displayed in the lower left corner of the map screen.
Georeferenced satellite images
When you download a satellite photo to your Bushnell GPS, it's instantly georeferenced to the satellite network for navigation. This means the image is calibrated to adjust to your heading and location to display an accurate representation of the ground you're exploring.
For example: if you're headed south facing a stand of pines, you can look down at your Bushnell GPS and the satallite image or aerial photo and directional compass will also display you're headed south and facing the stand of pines. We call this TruView navigation. By referencing the landmarks around you to those on your LCD, you can explore new territory with the competence of someone who's trekked the land for years.
Unlike maps, which portray the landscape with generalized symbols and colors, satellite photography reflects the terrain as it exists in nature. Buildings, bridges, roads, urban and rural areas, and other manmade features are shown as they were at the time of photography.
Georeferenced satellite images also give you an accurate portrayal of relative distance when viewing your position in relation to waypoints and visible landmarks. This means, if you know you've traveled nearly a mile from your treestand, and your next stopping point appears to be of equal distance away on your LCD, you can estimate you're approximately a mile from your destination. It's fast, simple and the most efficient way to see the country.
A path to an end point consisting of intermediate stops, marked by waypoints, or other saved points along the way.
SafeTrack battery-conservation mode
The ONIX runs continuously for up to 30 hours (depending on model) on one set of batteries thanks to SafeTrack. This feature puts the display to "sleep" to save power while maintaining satellite connection behind the scenes. Optional audible alarms alert you of deviation from course.
Bushnell-exclusive screen-layering feature.
It's how we made the world's most advanced GPS so easy to use. Bushnell GPS units layer a satellite photo, or a topographic map, and all navigational aids in perfect harmony on a single screen. Even use it to view your trail. No more switching back and forth from map to compass. Layer your compass right on top of your map.
Shows the grade and elevation data for a certain part of the earth, in addition to other physical and manmade features.
A previous path of travel that has been stored in the unit. The trail allows you to repeat a path or return to your starting point on the same path.
Wide Area Augmentation Systems. This is a network of satellites and ground stations providing GPS signal connections that enhance accuracy. Your Bushnell GPS has a WAAS-enabled receiver accurate to 3 meters 95% of the time. It's ultra-precise universal technology that's constantly improving.
- ONIX GPS Receiver
- USB Cable
- Quick Start Guide
- CD-ROM with:
- An Interactive Tour of the ONIX
- Software for managing & saving your topo map and satellite photo downloads, and planning your next outdoor excursion
- Model # ONIX200CR
- SKU # 36 2005
- UPC # 029757 362056
- GPS Channels 20
- WAAS Enabled Yes
- Screen Type Full Color
- Display Size - Pixels 320 x 240
- Screen Size 2.7"
- # of Waypoints 500
- # of Trails 20
- # of Routes 20
- User Memory 32 MB
- Waterproof Standard IPX7
- USB Connection Yes
- Battery Type 2 AA
- Battery Life* 30 hrs
- Base Map North America Included
- Download Images Photos & Topos
- Screen Layering Yes
- SafeTrack Battery Conservation* Yes
- Night Mode Yes
- Audible Alarms Yes
- User Selected Waypoint Icons Yes
- XM Weather, Radio & Sports No
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