Simrad GO5 XSE Combo with TotalScan Transom Mount Transducer more from every day on the water with the Simrad GO5 XSE, a perfect fit for compact sport boats and dayboats.
Simrad GO5 XSE Combo
Behind its super-bright touchscreen lies a Chartplotter with built-in GPS receiver, and Wi-Fi access to the latest charts and updates. Control your onboard sound system, monitor engine data and moreover NMEA 2000, and choose from an array of built-in sonar technologies: cruise with confidence using ForwardScan forward-looking sonar, or find fish like a pro with Broadband Sounder CHIRP sonar plus StructureScan HD SideScan and DownScan Imaging.
Features: Easy to use multi-touch interface Full-featured Chartplotter with widest available cartography support (Insight, Navionics, CMAP) Plan smarter with TripIntel technology 5-inch flush or bracket mount display Widescreen with bright LED backlight High-speed 10 Hz GPS receiver Broadband echosounder with CHIRP Built-in ForwardScan sonar (transducer required) Built-in StructureScan imaging (transducer required) Built-in GoFree Wi-Fi NMEA 2000 compatible.
- A perfect way to expand the capabilities of sport boats, cruisers, and smaller center consoles
- Fish Reveal Smart Target View makes fish easier to see
- C-MAP Easy Routing and Avionics Dock-to-Dock Auto routing allows you to navigate faster and easier with automatic route planning.
- It also comes with Totals can Transducer! Ethernet: 1 x 5 pin yellow connector x 1 Mbit. Radar and Sirius (the USA only) connectivity only (unless unlocked)
Great unit – This is my second Simrad to add with the first that way I can use one for plotter a motor and fuel data an the second as sonar and radar already installed in my boat and went out last weekend target separation was a bit better than my old go7xse an I used an active imagining transducer that I already had it works a lot better than the total scan in water over 100ft a fish reveal mode in down scan is much better than my xse a has a flat-screen arrived on time.
Excellent unit! This is my second Simrad and I love them. My only complaint is it’s a royal pain to get the power and sonar cables connection lined up to screw into the unit. Once lined up, they go on super sturdy, which is great, but it’s far from a simple process. Sometimes you will get lucky, other times you bumble with them for a minute.