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Humminbird 5.320 updates for the 1197 and 997 are available

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By Ray - Posted on 09 February 2011

If you have a:
# 1197C SI
# 997C SI

5.320 includes:

The new Contour Mode has been added. This Mode is part of the SI Enhance Menu in the Express Sonar Menu.

Contour Off shows you the standard Side Imaging view

Contour On removes the water column and shows you a flat representation of the bottom.

Addition of Side Imaging range lines

Side Imaging Navigation - When you are Navigating (GOTO) to a waypoint the boat icon on the top of the side imaging screen will try to show you the direction to the waypoint. This icon will move around to provide the direction to the waypoint.

Addition of Down Imaging™ Zoom

plus a fix relating to DownImaging bottom lock, DownImaging shallow water depth detection, DownImaging sonar recording/playback at shallow depths

If you have a:
# 1197C SI
# 997C SI
# 957C

5.320 includes:

Resolution to Interlink issues affecting GPS connectivity and waypoint sharing, along with changes to: importing from an MMC card, setup menu options, exit during remote sync in progress, GPS Course and auxillary temp alarm. Both units connected through the Interlink must have 5.210 software or higher loaded onto their units for these changes to work.

Chart layers were added, custom chart menu display was fixed along with minor Downrigger fixes were made for those with Cannonlink.

If you have a:
# 1197C SI

The Auxillary Temperature information box was added.

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