Updates & Downloads

echoMAP with SD Card software version 2016.0606

as of June 6, 2016

Download (240.54 MB)

View installation instructions and system requirements


Change History

Changes made from version 2016.0426 to 2016.0606:

Changes made from version 2016.0405 to 2016.0426:

Changes made from version 2016.0322 to 2016.0405:

Changes made from version 2016.0223 to 2016.0322:

Changes made from version 2016.0122 to 2016.0223:

Changes made from version 2015.1102 to 2016.0122:

Changes made from version 2015.0706 to 2015.1102:

Changes made from version 2015.0601 to 2015.0706:

Changes made from version 2015.0504 to 2015.0601:

Changes made from version 2015.0330 to 2015.0504:

Changes made from version 2015.0317 to 2015.0330:

Changes made from version 2015.0209 to 2015.0317:

Installation Instructions

  1. Click on 'Download' and choose to save the file to your computer.
  2. Choose a location where you can easily find the file, such as the 'My Documents' folder or 'C:\'.
  3. Once the download is complete, go to the location where you saved the file.
  4. Double-click on the downloaded file. This will automatically extract the files to C:\Garmin and run a program to transfer the software update to an SD card.
  5. Power on the device and make sure all attached network devices are powered on as well.
  6. Insert the card into the card slot of your primary device. Select 'Update Software' in the window that automatically displays. If you do not have a primary device with a card slot, please see your dealer.
  7. After the update completes, all Garmin Marine Network devices and NMEA 2000 sensors will have the latest software. This ensures all of the devices will be able to communicate with each other. Note: If you have additional chartplotters connected to NMEA 2000 and not the Garmin Marine Network, you will have to independently update each chartplotter. After the update of the Garmin Marine Network completes, insert the update card into each NMEA 2000 chartplotter.

System requirements

  1. IBM-compatible PC running Windows 2000 or later operating system and an available SD card reader.