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6021Re: [NUTS] Garmin Chirp

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  • Jellis
    Nov 16, 2010
      The 62s and the 62st but not the 62. It's not a wireless unit.

      Believe in what you see and know, not what you hear.

      On Nov 16, 2010, at 11:02 PM, "Anthony Guzzi" <dukeofurl@...> wrote:


      A thread I'm reading on the GC forum says that it IS compatible with the 62,
      which would make sense, since it's a brand new unit.

      > I'm wondering if there are many folks in the area who can connect
      > to the Chirp. I know my 78S can utilize the signal but I'm not
      > sure if there's a use for it in this area.
      > The FAQ on who can and can't connect says:
      > The following Garmin GPS units are compatible with chirp
      > Dakota 20 Oregon 300, 400t, 400i, 400c Oregon 450,
      > 450t, 550, 550t GPSMAP 62s, 62st GPSMAP 78s, 78sc
      > The following are not compatible with chirp because they do not
      > include ANT+ wireless hardware support:
      > Dakota 10 Oregon 200 GPSMAP 62 GPSMAP 78
      > All eTrex, GPSMAP 60/76 and n&uuml;vi models
      > The following are not compatible with chirp because Garmin has not
      > provided software support:
      > Colorado 300, 400t, 400i, 400c
      > On 11/15/2010 9:33 AM, thrak wrote:
      > I just read about the Garmin Chirp. Interesting device.

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