Gps 60cs

Written by Scott Martin
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An electronic compass and barometric altimeter are two of the features which make the GPS 60cs unique. The combination of these functionalities with others help put the GPS 60CS ahead of its predecessor, the GPS 60C, allowing you to enjoy elevation readings and receive more accurate bearing. With the GPS 60CS, you can also experience automatic pressure trend recording by using the state-of-the-art barometric sensor.

About the GPS 60CS

Perhaps the most astounding thing about this unit is its ability to function in high-technology while retaining its small, sleek shape. With dimensions at a mere 2.4" x 6.1" x 1.3" inches, and this lightweight unit weighs only 7.5 ounces when it contains batteries. Two standard AA batteries will power your unit for approximately 20 hours.

With a WAAS GPS receiver, the GPS 60CS uses a quad-helix antenna for total accuracy. This allows the unit to be completely accurate within 10 feet, when it is used in North America. Therefore, this unit can be used while hiking, driving, boating, or in a host of other possible situations.

You can also measure current elevation with your GPS 60CS. You can take readings as you go, to calculate elevation ascension or decline and other calculations. Of course, the GPS 60CS can also keep track of your mileage and rate of travel as you journey.

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