5.4 oz, 2.4″ x 1.3″ x 6.1″, External antenna, 1000 WPs
The GPSMAP 60CSx is a refreshing upgrade of the GPSMAP 60CS, one of the most popular Garmin's models for outdoor and marine use. This unit features a removable microSD card for detailed mapping memory and a waterproof, rugged housing. The microSD card slot is located inside the waterproof battery compartment. Users can load map data and transfer routes and waypoints through the unit's fast USB connection. In addition, this unit features a new, highly sensitive GPS receiver that acquires ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Garmin 60CSX photo ]
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GPSMAP 60CSx Owners Manual
Introduction > Table of Contents
Table of Contents
About This Manual.. i Manual Conventions.. i Software License Agreement.. v Product Registration.. v Contact Garmin...v. Caring for the GPSMAP 60CSx.. vi Cleaning the Case.. vi Cleaning the Screen.. vi Storage... vi Water Immersion.. vi Warning.. vii Important Information.. viii Unit Overview.. 1 Installing the Batteries...2 Using the GPSMAP 60CSx Keypad. 3 Turning on the GPSMAP 60CSx.. 4 Adjusting the Backlight..4 Initializing the GPS Receiver.. 5 Using the GPSMAP 60CSx.. 6 Understanding Terms..6 Selecting Options and Entering Data..7.
Using the Status Bar..7 On-Screen Messages..8. Using the Mapping Databases..8 Transferring Data to a microSD Card..9
Basic Operation... 10
Getting Started.. 1.
Creating and Using Waypoints. 10 Marking Your Current Location..10 Creating Waypoints Using the Map.11 Creating a Waypoint Using Coordinates.11 Editing Waypoints..12 Deleting Waypoints..12 Averaging the Waypoints Location..13 Projecting a Waypoint..14 Proximity Waypoints...15 Man OverBoard (MOB)...16 Using the Find Menu... 16 Find By Name..17 Recent Finds...18 Using the Find Item Information Page.18 Find Information Page Options Menu..18 Finding a Waypoint..20 Finding a Geocache..20 Finding a City..21 Finding an Interstate Exit..22 Finding an Address..22
Introduction > Table of Contents Finding an Intersection..24 Searching for a Point of Interest..24 POI Loader & Custom Points of Interest..25. Using Tracks.. 26 Track Profiles...30 Navigating a Saved Track..31 Creating and Using Routes.. 32 Creating a Route...32 Navigating a Route.. 33 Editing a Route..34 Vertical Profiles of routes..36 Using the Route Page Options..36 Compass Page.. 48. Using the Electronic Compass..49 Compass Page Options..51 Sight N Go Navigation..51 Using the Course Pointer or Bearing Pointer.53 Data Fields..54 Altimeter Page... 55 Altimeter Page Options..56 Plot Over Time or Distance.57 View Pressure or Elevation Plots.57 Zoom Ranges...58 View Points...59 View Points on Map..59 Calibrating the Altimeter..61 Changing the Data Fields..62 Trip Computer Page.. 63
Main Pages.. 37
Satellite Page... 38 Using the Satellite Page Options Menu.38 Using Additional Map Data.40 Changing the Zoom Range..41 Map Orientation..41 Map Page Options..41 Guidance Text..42 Setting up the Map Page...43 Measuring Distance..46 Turning Declutter On or Off..47 Restoring Defaults..47
* Man Overboard (MOB) feature stores a waypoint and then navigates back to it.
Turning on the GPSMAP 60CSx
When the GPSMAP 60CSx is turned on, the Introduction Page appears, followed by the Satellite Page. The unit must collect satellite data and establish its current location.
1. Press and hold the POWER key. When the unit turns on, a tone sounds and the Introduction Page appears, followed by the Satellite Page. 2. To turn off the GPSMAP 60CSx, press and hold the POWER key again.
Adjusting the Backlight
You may want to adjust the backlight to see the display better.
1. Press and quickly release the POWER key. 2. Press up on the ROCKER to increase the brightness, or press down to decrease. 3. Press ENTER or QUIT to close the Backlight adjustment window.
To adjust the backlight level:
To turn the GPSMAP 60CSx on and off:
Backlight Adjustment Slider
See page 67 for information on changing the display colors and backlight timeout and brightness levels.
Welcome Page Satellite Page GPSMAP 60CSx Owners Manual
Initializing the GPS Receiver
The first time you turn on your GPSMAP 60CSx, the GPS receiver must collect satellite data and establish its current location. To ensure proper initialization, the GPSMAP 60CSx is shipped from the factory in AutoLocate mode, which allows the receiver to find itself anywhere on Earth. To receive satellite signals, you must be outdoors and have a clear view of the sky.
1. Press and hold the POWER key to turn on the GPSMAP 60CSx. 2. Hold the unit in front of you with the top tilted upward. While the GPS receiver is searching for the satellite signals, a Locating Satellites message is replaced by an Acquiring Satellites message until enough signals are acquired to fix its location. When the receiver has signals from at least three satellites, the display at the top of the page changes to indicate position accuracy and location coordinates.
3. Press and release the PAGE key until the Map Page appears. You are now ready to begin GPS aided navigation.
To initialize your GPSMAP 60CSx:
You can also observe a sky view array of the satellites overhead with your location centered in the array. The outer circle represents the horizon and the inner circle a position 45 degrees from the horizon. The numbers shown indicate the number assigned to each satellite. A bar graph at the bottom of the page shows the strength of signals from each satellite.
The outer circle represents the horizon. The inner circle is a location 45 degrees from the horizon.
Heading bug indicates your direction of movement Strength of each satellite signal
If the unit cannot get a satellite fix, a list of solutions appears. Select an appropriate solution and press ENTER to continue.
To move a waypoint on the Map Page:
Averaging the Waypoints Location
You can average a new waypoint location over time to produce a more accurate location.
Note: You must have a GPS Satellite fix before you can average a waypoints location. When you average a waypoint after it has been saved to the waypoints list and the Mark Waypoint page is closed (even if you return to that waypoint location), the unit appears to be averaging the waypoint, but it is actually averaging a new point at your current location. Therefore, only average a waypoint when you first create it.
To use averaging to calculate a more accurate location:
New location Moving a waypoint
1. Before saving a new waypoint, press the MENU key to pen the Options list. 2. Highlight the Average Location option, and press ENTER to open the Average Location Page.
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Basic Operation > Basic Operation 3. Select the waypoint you want to project, and press ENTER. The Waypoint Page opens. 4. Press MENU to open the Options menu. 5. Select Project Waypoint, and press ENTER to open the Project Waypoint Page. 6. Enter the distance and bearing to the projected waypoint in the appropriate fields at the bottom of the page, and press QUIT when finished.
3. Observe the Estimated Accuracy and Measurement Count fields. They should be taking averages of your location. 4. Press ENTER to save the location.
Projecting a Waypoint
You can create a new waypoint by projecting the distance and bearing from a specific location to a new location.
Enter bearing and distance Project Waypoint Page
Projected waypoint on the map
To project a waypoint:
Use the Proximity Waypoints Page to define an alarm circle around a stored waypoint location.
Radius field Empty line
5. With the Use button highlighted, press ENTER to add the point to the list on the Proximity Waypoints Page. 6. Use the ROCKER to highlight and adjust the Radius field if you want to enter a value different than the default of 1 mile.
1. Press MENU twice to open the Main Menu. 2. Highlight the Routes icon, and press ENTER to open the Routes Page. 3. Press MENU to open the Options Menu. 4. Select Off Road Transition, and press ENTER to open the Off Route Transition Page. 5. Highlight the Route Leg Transition field, and press ENTER to view the list of options. 6. Select the method to use (Manual or Distance) when advancing to the next point.
To review individual route points:
To delete a route:
1. Press MENU twice to open the Main Menu. 2. Highlight the Routes icon, and press ENTER. 3. Highlight the route to be deleted and press ENTER. Then select Delete from the menu.
Select Distance to enter a radius so that when you are within the entered distance, the GPSMAP 60CSx leads you to the next point on your route. Select Manual to transition to the next waypoint anytime while navigating a route.
Route leg transition options
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Vertical Profiles of routes
The Profile Page can show a profile of a route when using DEM (US Topo 24K maps)
1. Open the Routes Page from the Main Menu, select a saved route or create a new route and then press the Menu key. 2. Select Profile and press ENTER to display the route profile, answer the use data prompt and press ENTER. Note: Profiles are available only if Garmin MapSource U.S. Topo 24K map data is used.
Using the Route Page Options
To create a vertical profile of the route:
The Route Page shows all points stored in memory for the route selected on the Routes Page. Press MENU to open the Route Page Options Menu. Remove Allremoves all waypoints from the saved route. Reverse Routereverses the order of the route points in the saved route. Profilecreates a vertical profile of the route when MapSource U.S. Topo 24K map data is used. Copy Routemakes a copy of the saved route with the same name followed by a number. Delete Routedeletes the saved route. Change Data Fieldsselect different values for the two data fields at the bottom of the page. Restore Defaultsrestore route settings to the factory default.
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Main Pages > The Six Main Pages
The GPSMAP 60CSx has six main pages: Satellite Page, Trip Computer Page, Map Page, Compass Page, Altimeter Page, and the Main Menu. You can cycle through these pages by pressing the PAGE key to move forward or pressing the QUIT key to reverse. Add more pages from the Main Menu. (See page 70) The Active Route Page appears only when you are actively navigating. Each page has an Options Menu, which contains the setup options and functions that apply to that page. To view the Options Menu for a page, press the MENU key.
To show data fields on the Map Page:
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Main Pages > Map Page 1. Press MENU to open the Map Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Change Data Fields, and press ENTER. The first data field is highlighted. 3. Press ENTER to open the list of data field options.
To change the content of a data field:
Using Additional Map Data
Data field options
Optional MapSource mapping data enhances the versatility of your GPSMAP 60CSx. With MapSource data, you can view listings of nearby restaurants, lodging, shopping centers, attractions, and entertainment, and you can retrieve addresses and phone numbers for any listed location. With additional BlueChart data, you can access marine information, such as navaids, wrecks, obstructions, and anchorage locations. To view the data currently loaded on your GPSMAP 60CSx unit and microSD card, see page 45.
1. On the Map Page, press MENU. 2. Highlight Setup Map, and press ENTER. 3. Use the right or left ROCKER to select the Map Setup-info page. The list of maps stored in the unit microSD card appears. A check mark indicates the map is shown on the Map Page.
To review map information:
4. Use the ROCKER to select an option, and press ENTER. 5. Use the ROCKER to move to the next field, and repeat steps 3 and 4.
For an explanation of each data field option, see page 93 in the Appendix.
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Changing the Zoom Range
You can change the zoom range on the Map Page to view a smaller area in greater detail or view a larger area with less detail. Press IN to decrease the zoom range and show an area with greater detail; press OUT to increase the zoom range and show a larger area with less detail.
There are two map orientation options: North Up orients the map like a paper map. Track Up orients the map in the direction of travel. When using Track Up, the North arrow indicates the orientation. Set the map orientation using the Setup Map option.
Use the Map Page Options Menu to customize the Map Page. With the Map Page open, press MENU. To select an option, highlight it, and press ENTER.
Zoom in Zoom out
The current zoom range setting is shown in the lower-left corner of the Map Page. If no further map information is available, overzoom appears under the zoom range. When using MapSource maps, mapsource appears below the scale.
The following options are available: Stop (Resume) Navigationstopsor resumes navigation. (disabled when no active navigation) Recalculaterecalculates a route. (disabled when no active navigation)
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Data Fieldsopens the Show sub-menu so you can select the number of data fields to show at the top of the Map Page: Map Only, 2 wide, 3 (2 small and 1 wide), or 4 data fields. Change Data Fieldsallows you to select the type of data you want to show in the data fields. This option is available only if the 1 wide 2 wide, 3, or 4 data fields option is selected. Guidance Textshows messages on the screen advising you of your next navigation move when navigating to a destination. Setup Mapaccesses six pages of Map display settings so you can customize the map to your preferences. (See page 43) Measure Distance (Stop Measuring) measures the distance from your current location to the map pointer. Turn Declutter On (Off)hides or shows items on the map that can block road details when the map is zoomed out. Restore Defaultsreturns the map page to the factory set defaults.
When navigating, guidance text appears above the map. Guidance Text shows useful information when navigating to a destination.
1. Press MENU to open the Map Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Guidance Text, and press ENTER. The Guidance Text sub-menu opens. 3. Select an option (Always Show, Never Show, or Show When Navigating), and press ENTER.
To show guidance text:
If you select Always Show, a message of some type always appears whether or not you are navigating. If you select Show When Navigating, a guidance message appears until you select Stop Navigation from the Options Menu.
Setting up the Map Page
Use the Setup Map option to adjust how items are shown on the Map Page.
1. Press MENU to open the Map Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Setup Map, and press ENTER to open the Map Setup Page. The top of the page contains icons for each setup page. 3. Use the ROCKER to move from icon to icon when selecting a Map Setup Page and to move up and down the feature fields on each page.
General Points Information
To customize the Map Page display:
Map Setup General Page The Map Setup General Page contains the settings for Orientation, Below, Auto Zoom, Detail, and Lock On Road.
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You can measure the distance between two map items.
1. Press MENU to open the Map Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Measure Distance, and press ENTER. An on-screen arrow appears on the map display at your current location with REF below it. 3. Move the arrow to the reference point (the starting point you want to measure from), and press ENTER. A push pin icon marks the starting point on the map. 4. Move the arrow to the point you want to measure to. The distance between the two points is shown in the upper-right corner of the Map Page. 5. Press QUIT to cancel.
To measure distance between two points:
Push pin indicating the beginning point of the measurement
Measured distance End point of measurement labeled REF
Turning Declutter On or Off
You can remove unwanted items from the Map Page display (declutter the display) such as map item titles and icons. This is useful when the map is zoomed to a scale that is partially obscured by titles and icons that remain the same size regardless of the map scale.
1. Press MENU to open the Map Page Options menu. 2. Highlight Turn Declutter On, and press ENTER. OR To turn Declutter off, press MENU, select Turn Declutter Off, and press ENTER.
To turn declutter on or off:
Map with Declutter off Map with Declutter on
Use the Restore Defaults option to return the map settings to factory settings.
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Main Pages > Compass Page
When navigating, the Compass Page provides navigation data and directions. It uses a graphic compass ring, a bearing or course pointer and digital data fields to show information such as current speed, distance to the next point on the route, and estimated arrival time.
The rotating compass ring indicates the direction you are heading. The Bearing and Course Pointer indicate the direction (bearing) to your destination, relative to your current heading direction. The compass ring and bearing or course pointer work independently to show your direction of movement and the direction to your destination. You can choose the Bearing Pointer or Course Pointer for guidance.
Scale The course pointer indicates your course of travel and the distance you drift off course. Course Pointer The bearing pointer indicates the direction to your destination. Bearing Pointer
To use the View Points option:
View Points on Map
You can view the location of Map Page.
1. With the Altimeter Page open, use the ROCKER to move the red crosshairs to the point you want to view.
points on the
To view altitude points on the Map Page:
View point for an altitude plot View point for a pressure plot
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Main Pages > Altimeter Page 2. Press ENTER to show the altitude point on the map. The point is marked by the Map Pointer with location coordinates, the compass bearing and distance from your current location. 3. Press QUIT to close.
Resetting Data You can reset the elevation data and the maximum elevation data by selecting these options from the Reset Page. To reset the elevation data and max elevation fields:
1. Press MENU to open the Altimeter Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Reset, and press ENTER to open the Reset Page. 3. Use the ROCKER to highlight a reset option, and then press ENTER to place a check mark in the box next to the selected item. You can reset elevation data such as Minimum Elevation, all Ascent and Descent data, or only the Maximum Elevation.
4. Highlight the Apply button, and press ENTER to reset the data fields. A confirmation message appears. You can reset or delete data for any of the other features represented on the list by placing a check mark in the box next to the item. 5. Highlight Apply, and press ENTER to reset the selected options. 6. To reset all categories shown on the page, highlight Select All, and press ENTER. Then repeat step 5 above.
Calibrating the Altimeter
Because the GPSMAP 60CSx relies on the barometric pressure to determine the elevation, and the pressure at any given elevation can fluctuate, you can calibrate the altimeter to increase its accuracy. You must know the elevation or pressure at your current location.
1. Press MENU to open the Altimeter Page Options Menu. 2. Highlight Calibrate Altimeter, and press ENTER to open the Calibration Page. 3. At the message Do You Know The Correct Elevation? highlight the Yes button, and press ENTER. OR If you do not know the elevation, select No to use the pressure option. If you do not know the pressure, select No to use the default GPS elevation.
Note: If you add a page to the main page sequence, it no longer appears on the Main Menu.
Main Menu > Routing Setup
Use the Routing Setup Page to customize the manner in which routing functions behave.
1. On the Setup Menu Page, highlight the Routing icon, and press ENTER. 2. Highlight the Follow Road Options button to open the Follow Road Options Page where you can select additional route options.
To access the Routing Setup Page:
Routing Setup Page Follow Road Options
Promptedprompts you to select a preference before the route is calculated. Follow Roadcreates a route that overlays the roads shown on the map. Off Roadcreates a direct line from your current location to your destination. This is useful when traveling outside of the detailed map coverage area or where no roads exist. Follow Road Methodsets how the unit calculates follow road routes based on one of the following preferences: Promptedyou are prompted to select a preference before the route is calculated. Faster Timecalculates routes that are faster to drive but might be longer in distance. Shorter Distancecalculates routes that are shorter in distance but takes more time to drive. Next Turn Pop-upturns the Next Turn popup window on or off.
Guidance Methodallows the unit to calculate routes using the preferences below:
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Main Menu > Geocache Setup
Follow Road Options Off Route Recalculationallows you to set whether the unit prompts you when it is recalculating your route (Prompted) or recalculates automatically or Off. Calculation Methodsets how the unit searches for the route using the following criteria: Quickest Calculationcalculates the route the quickest, but might not produce the best route. Quick Calculationtakes more time to calculate, but generates a better quality route. Better Routegenerates an even better quality route, but uses a longer calculation time. Best Routegenerates the optimal route, but takes the longest time to calculate. Calculate Routes Forsets route calculation for the vehicle you are operating to optimize the route for your vehicle type. Avoidallows you to avoid certain road types and maneuvers on your route.
To access the Welcome Setup Page:
On the Setup Menu Page, highlight the Welcome Message icon, and press ENTER.
Use the Welcome Setup Page to insert a message, such as ownership information, that appears when you turn on your GPSMAP 60CSx.
1. Use the on-screen keypad and the ROCKER to enter your welcome message, and press ENTER. 2. When finished, highlight OK, and press ENTER to close. 3. Turn your unit off and then on again to view your welcome message.
To add a welcome message:
Welcome message on Welcome Page
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Main Menu > Jumpmaster
The Jumpmaster follows military guidelines for calculating a jumpmasters high altitude release point (HARP). This accessory can auto-detect when you have jumped to begin navigating toward the desired impact point (DIP) using the barometer and electronic compass. You can set the Jumpmaster to one of three types of jumps: HAHO, HALO, or Static. The jump type selected determines what additional setup information is required. For all jump types, altitudes (drop or opening) are measured in feet above ground level (AGL).
1. Highlight the Jump Type field, and press Enter to view the list of jump options. 2. Select the jump type, and press Enter. The page changes to display options for the selected jump type setup.
Jumpmaster Setup Page
Jumpmaster is an accessory designed for experienced skydivers. A jumpmaster is the individual in charge of a group of skydivers coordinating a group or cargo drop. A list of abbreviations and acronyms for Jumpmaster settings can be found on page 81. To access the Jumpmaster:
On the Setup Menu Page, highlight the Jumpmaster icon, and press ENTER.
To set the type of jump:
A desired impact point (DIP) must be set for all jumps. This is a waypoint that you have previously marked or another location from the Find Menu where you want to land.
Main Menu > Jumpmaster 1. Highlight each field and press Enter to open the numeric keypad. 2. Enter the desired values and select OK to enter each value.
Main Menu > Jumpmaster 1. Highlight each field in order, and press Enter to open the numerical key pad. 2. Enter the appropriate value in each field, select OK, and then press the Quit key to return to the Jumpmaster Setup Page.
To use the Constant Setup Page:
The following is a list of abbreviations and acronyms commonly used and relate specifically to this feature: AGL(Above Ground Level) indicates the altitude measurement. CD(Canopy Drift) measured while the parachute is open. DIP(Desired Impact Point) describes the location where landing should occur. Drop Altitudemeasures the altitude when the jumpmaster exits the aircraft, measured in AGL. DZ(Drop Zone) describes the area where the landing should occur. DZSTL(Drop Zone Support Team Leader) defines the individual in charge at the drop zone. FFD(Free Fall Drift) defines the distance traveled before the parachute is open. FTH Forward Throw Horizontal, describes the distance traveled forward due to aircraft speed.
Clicking the Goto HARP button begins the navigation process and takes you to the Wind Setup page if that information is missing or automatically setting up the route with the calculated HARP and then the selected DIP before taking you to the Navigation page. A check box at the bottom allows for auto-navigation to the DIP. If you want your unit to determine when you have jumped, this box should be checked. A message appears describing how to manually navigate the route. Select Restore Defaults from the Option Menu of this page to reset the values.
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Main Menu > Proximity Waypoints - Calendar
K valuesdefines the wind drag values for parachutes. HAHO(High Altitude High Opening) describes a type of jump. HALO(High Altitude Low Opening) describes a type of jump. HARP(High Altitude Release Point) describes the location at which the jumper exits from aircraft. MSL(Mean Sea Level) defines the basis for altitude measure. Opening Altitudedescribes the altitude when the jumpmaster opens his chute, measured in AGL. PRP(Primary Release Point) defines the combination of HARP plus the forward throw of aircraft. Static Jumpdescribes a type of jump in which wind speed and direction are assumed constant for the duration of the jump.
Use the Proximity Waypoints Page to define an alarm circle around a stored waypoint location. The alarm circle can help you avoid restricted locations. For more information on proximity waypoints, see the Proximity Waypoints section on page 15.
travel to the next point on a route.
Speedyour current vehicle speed measured in miles
per hour, kilometers per hour, or knots.
Speed - Maximumthe maximum speed you have
attained since the trip computer was reset. vehicle was moving.
Speed - Moving Avg.the average speed while your SpeedOverall Avg.the average speed determined
since the Trip Computer was reset. Trip Time - Movingthe length of time your vehicle has been in motion, since the trip computer was reset. Trip Time - Stoppedthe length of time that the vehicle has been stationary while the unit was powered on and tracking your location (since the computer was reset). Trip Time - Totalthe total time the unit has been tracking since the trip computer was reset.
Turnthe direction and distance to the next turn on
by both the moving and stopped time and speed. Sunrisethe time of sunrise for the current date and location. Sunsetthe time of sunset for the current date and location. Time To Destinationthe estimated time enroute to your final destination, at your your current speed and course. Time To Nextthe estimated time enroute to the next point on your route, if you maintain your current speed and course. Time of Daythe current time and date. It can be displayed in 12- or 24-hour format in local time or universal (UTC) time. To Coursedirection of travel to get back on course.
an active route.
Velocity Made Goodthe rate of closure on a
destination, based on current speed and course.
Vertical Speedrate of altitude gain/loss over time. Vertical Speed Destthe measurement of your rate of ascent or descent to a predetermined altitude. Water Speedthe measurement of speed over water
from interfaced devices.
Water Temperaturethe measurement of water temperature from interfaced devices. Waypoint-At Destinationthe last point on a route to your destination. Waypoint-At Nextthe next point on your route.
Appendix > Optional Accessories
Several optional accessories are available to enhance the operation of the GPSMAP 60CSx. To obtain replacement parts and optional accessories, contact your Garmin Dealer, or Garmin Product Support in the USA at 800/800.1020, or Garmin Europe at 44/0870.8501241.
Warning: Garmin accessories are designed and tested specifically for use with Garmin products. Accessories offered by other manufacturers have not been tested or approved for use with Garmin products. Use of such accessories could cause damage to the GPSMAP 60CSx and void the terms of the warranty.
Auto Navigation Kitprovides the accessories and map data for use in an automobile. 12 Volt DC Adapterprovides auxiliary power from an automobile cigarette lighter. GA 25MCX Remote GPS Antennaallows enhanced satellite acquisition. Includes magnetic mount and cable.
The GPSMAP 60CSx is a refreshing upgrade of the GPSMAP 60CS, one of the most popular Garmin's models for outdoor and marine use. This unit features a removable microSD card for detailed mapping memory and a waterproof, rugged housing. The microSD card slot is located inside the waterproof battery compartment. Users can load map data and transfer routes and waypoints through the unit's fast USB connection. In addition, this unit features a new, highly sensitive GPS receiver that acquires satellites faster and lets users track their location in challenging conditions, such as heavy foliage or deep canyons. The GPSMAP 60CSx also incorporates a barometric altimeter for extremely accurate elevation data and an electronic compass that displays an accurate heading while standing still. Considered the mainstay among serious outdoor enthusiasts, the GPSMAP 60CSx offers a large color TFT display and turn-by-turn routing capability. The unit comes with a blank 64 MB microSD card.
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