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  1. http://www.garmin.co...maps#fragment-1 GPSMAP® 76CSx Physical & Performance: Unit dimensions, WxHxD: 2.7" x 6.2" x 1.2" (6.9 x 15.7 x 3.0 cm) Display size, WxH: 1.6" x 2.2" (4.1 x 5.6 cm) Display resolution, WxH: 160 x 240 pixels Display type: 256 color transflective TFT Weight: 7.7 oz (218 g) with batteries Battery: 2 AA batteries (not included) Battery life: 18 hours, typical Waterproof: yes (IPX7) Floats: yes High-sensitivity receiver: yes Interface: serial and USB Maps and Memory: Basemap: yes Preloaded maps: no Ability to add maps: yes Built-in memory: none (cannot load maps to internal memory) Accepts data cards: 128 microSD™ card (included) Waypoints/favorites/locations: 1000 Routes: 50 Track log: 10,000 points; 20 saved tracks Features and Benefits: Automatic routing : yes Electronic compass: yes Touchscreen: no Barometric altimeter: yes Camera: no Custom maps compatible: NO navigate to geotagged photos: no Outdoor GPS games: yes Hunt/fish calendar: yes Sun and moon information: yes Tide tables: yes Area calculation: yes ability to add additional points of interest: yes shares data wirelessly with similar units: no Picture viewer: no Garmin Connect™ compatible (online community where you analyze, categorize and share data): no http://www.expertgps...PSMAP-76CSx.asp https://forums.garmi...min-Custom-Maps http://www.expertgps...maps-to-gps.asp ExpertGPS: How do I send maps to my GPS? "Only a handful of the most recent GPS receivers from Garmin (like the Colorado, Oregon, Dakota) have the ability to display scanned topo maps or aerial imagery. If you have one of these GPS receivers, ExpertGPS can create custom maps that you can download to your GPS and view in the field. Otherwise... If you don't have a Garmin GPS receiver that supports Custom Maps, your GPS can only display line-based (vector) road maps and contour lines. You'll need to use Garmin MapSource, Magellan MapSend, or Lowrance MapCreate to send vector maps to your GPS. ExpertGPS cannot read or write the .IMG format used by MapSource, or the proprietary MapSend or MapCreate maps." Convert to a Garmin .img file The best program is MapSet Toolkit; you’ll also need the map compiling program cgpsmapper, free for creating basic maps for personal use. Adding Garmin .img Map Files To MapSource http://freegeography...es-to-mapsource http://www.gpsfilede...compiling-data/ http://www.gpsfilede...-mapsettoolkit/ Making your own Garmin GPS maps http://www.wildsong.biz/index.php?title=Making_your_own_Garmin_GPS_maps Geopainting GPSMapEdit - this software is designed for visual authoring of GPS-maps in various proprietary cartographic formats such as Garmin, Polish format, ALAN Map 500/600, Holux, Navitel Navigator. GPSMapEdit is designed to help owners of Garmin, ALAN, Holux and Navitel Navigator. GPS receivers to create own maps. The software allows to quick loading and viewing vector maps in so-called "Polish format", comparing them with different geodetic data like raster maps, GPS tracks and waypoints. In addition, the software may be used for converting GPS-tracks, waypoints and routes among various formats. GPSMapEdit does not have installer now. The program installation does not require special efforts because the software is ready to run. Just download the latest version and unzip it into any suitable folder. Features: - Visualization of satellite images from Google Maps. - Loading of huge raster maps (format OziExplorer MAP) - over 20-30 megapixels. - Loading ECW and JPEG 2000 raster maps. - Import from MapInfo MIF/MID. - Export to MapInfo MIF/MID. - Import POI from external table file with address data, the formats are: CSV, MS Excel XLS, MS Access MDB, dBase DBF, Paradox DB, Visual FoxPro. - Splitting map to smaller files (the menu 'Tools | Split map to files...'). - Saving to CRD format (ALAN Map 500 and Holux). http://netload.in/dateiXxPFr096gr/GPSMapEdit.v1.1.75.1.incl.keygen.and.patch-FFF.rar.htm http://filepost.com/files/c2m5em34/GPSMapEdit.v1.1.75.1.incl.keygen.and.patch-FFF.rar/
  2. Send Raster Maps to Connected Garmin Device Try this : http://www.globalmap...3/Help_GPS.html http://gpsinformatio...obalMapper.html http://www.staythetr...rg/mvum/garmin/
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