Simrad GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinders

Simrad GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinders

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GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder w/ Worldwide Basemap (No Transducer)$949.00 USD
GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder w/ Worldwide Basemap and TotalScan Transducer$1,199.00 USD
GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder w/ Worldwide Basemap and Medium/High DownScan Transom Mount Transducer$999.00 USD
GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder w/ Worldwide Basemap, TotalScan Transducer and 4G Radar Bundle$2,699.00 USD

Simrad GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinders feature a 9-inch widescreen multi-touch display with built in Echosounder, GPS and Wi-Fi, as well as NMEA 2000 and radar interface.

Simrad GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder Features:

  • Easy to use, 9-inch, tablet style, high brightness touchscreen
  • Built-in advanced echosounder capable of displaying Sidescan, Forwardscan, Downscan, and CHIRP images
  • Easily and safely navigate using your favorite cartography (CMAP, Navionics, Insight)
  • Built-in WiFi for internet downloads of charting & software, and mobile device mirroring
  • Direct Autopilot, Audio, engine, and communication connection and control over NMEA2000
  • Radar port for connection to Simrad solid state radar
  • Determine depth & bottom type, and find fish using one many available echosounder technology options
  • Simple and quick control of NMEA2000 connected entertainment systems
  • Vessel circuit control when connected to C-zone digital switching system
  • View and monitor engine data while underway
  • Low Profile Glass dash styling
  • Advanced NMEA2000 networking
  • Built in 10 Hz GPS antenna
  • Built in echosounder (Broadband & Chirp)
  • Built in Forwardscan Imaging (transducer required)
  • Built in DownScan and Sidescan Imaging (transducer required)
  • Dual Micro SD card slot
  • Radar port for direct connection to Simrad 3G/4G or Halo Radar scanners
  • Compatible with OP40/OP50 Remote

More Features and Specifications

Simrad GO9 XSE Chartplotter/Fishfinder Specifications:

  • Casing: PC/ABS
  • Operating temp: -15°C to +55°C (+5°F to +131°F)
  • Water ingress: IPX6 and 7
  • Weight (excluding mounting hardware): 1.315 kg (2.9 lbs) - GO9 XSE
  • Screen brightness: 1200 nits
  • Screen resolution: 480 x 800 (H x W)
  • Viewing angle in degrees (typical value at contrast ratio = 10): L/R: 70, top: 50, bottom: 60
  • Operating voltage: 10 - 17 V DC
  • Current draw at 13.6 V (sonar off, max B/L): 1 A
  • Low power standby mode: yes
  • Protection: reverse polarity and temporary over-voltage to 36 V
  • Alarm output current: 1 A max
  • Processor: iMX61 single core
  • Conformity: CE, C-Tick
  • NMEA 2000 (compliant): 1 port (Micro-C male) -,network load 1 LEN : 1 combined port Power and NMEA 2000 (7 pin connector)
  • Sonar 1 port (9 pin connector) Radar 1 port (5 pin Ethernet connector)
  • Card reader: Dual microSD
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Justin
My go to unit
March 15, 2021
Have simrad go 9 on my dash and is the most user friendly unit I have had very fast and clear to read huge fan of the go series
ProsOne hell of a package for the price
ConsNo hdmi plug
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Great Lakes asked:
November 21, 2017
Does the forward scan, down scan and side scan work with the total scan transducer?
1 Answer
Hello Steve, The forward scan would be on a different transducer.
Submitted by: Bernie on November 22, 2017

Mark De Speville
from Mauritius asked:
January 16, 2020

What depth can we reach using the medium-high down scan TM transducer?

Can i use an TM 258 with this instrument? if yes do i need a special cable for connection?


1 Answer
2-400 feet down scan. 600 to 1000 ft depending on conditions with CHIRP sonar frequencies. Yes but you will only get 600watts and need a 9 pin adapter. Also, this is a very large transducer.

Submitted by: Chris Renna on January 16, 2020

from Oceanside California asked:
April 18, 2017
What frequency 50/200
1 Answer
50/200 are standard frequencies for most salt water sounding applications. 50Khz being for deeper water, and 200Khz used generally in more shallow water.
Submitted by: Chris on April 19, 2017

from Ormond Beach, FL asked:
January 20, 2017
What bronze or stainless through-hull transducer will give me optimum use of the GO9 XSE
1 Answer
You will not be able to take advantage of Sides can with a Thru Hull but will be able to use Down scan and traditional FF frequencies. You will need an XSONIC Bronze HDI Transducer Thru Hull 50/200 455/800 with 9 pin connector and 10M Cable First you will need to find your hull angle.
Submitted by: Donald on January 27, 2017


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