GO12 XSE, TOTALSCAN, CMAP AUS/NZ MAX-N - 12-inch display with TotalScan™ transducer, C-MAP charts for Australia & New Zealand, and radar support.
Intuitive Touchscreen Chartplotter
The GO series offers true ease of use with intuitive touchscreen controls that smartphone and tablet users will find instantly familiar. Customise your home screen with the features you use most, and see everything you need on screen at once with adjustable split-screen views. Mark waypoints on charts with a touch, and explore a world of navigation options at your fingertips. Every GO series display is a full-featured chartplotter with support for a wide range of cartography options from C-MAP, Navionics, and others.
Find Fish and Structure with a TotalScan™ Transducer
Your GO series display works as a powerful fish finder thanks to the included TotalScan™ transducer. This transom-mount transducer is easy to install, and offers the ultimate GO series sonar experience. CHIRP technology enables clear detection of fish throughout the water column, while StructureScan® HD imaging delivers a picture-like view of fish-holding structure beneath and around your boat. FishReveal™ technology blends CHIRP and downward structure views into a single, crystal clear picture of fish and structure.
Radar, Wireless, and NMEA 2000® Connectivity
Your Simrad GO series chartplotter is also a full-featured radar display with plug-and-play connectivity to Simrad Broadband 3G™, Broadband 4G™, and Halo™ radar systems. Cruise confidently through crowded harbours, navigate safely in poor visibility, keep an eye on distant weather cells, and find flocks of feeding birds that hint at good fishing spots. Built-in wireless connectivity mirrors your display to your smartphone or tablet; enjoy immediate access to radar, charts, and other functionality from anywhere on board. Industry-standard NMEA 2000® connectivity offers a wide range of expansion options such as engine monitoring, integration with your Simrad autopilot, and control of your on-board entertainment system.