Simrad GO7 XSE Chartplotter


Get more from every day on the water with the Simrad GO7 XSE, a perfect fit for compact sportboats and dayboats.


Behind its super-bright touchscreen lies a chartplotter with built-in GPS receiver, and Wi-Fi access to the latest charts and updates. Control your onboard sound system, monitor engine data and more over NMEA 2000, and choose from an array of built-in sonar technologies: cruise with confidence using ForwardScan forward-looking sonar, or find fish like a pro with Broadband Sounder CHIRP sonar plus StructureScan HD SideScan and DownScan Imaging.


  • Easy to use multi-touch interface
  • Full-featured chartplotter with widest available cartography support (Insight, Navionics, CMAP)
  • Plan smarter with TripIntel technology
  • 7-inch flush, flat or bracket mount display
  • Widescreen with bright LED backlight
  • High-speed 10 Hz GPS receiver
  • Broadband echosounder with CHIRP
  • Built-in ForwardScan sonar (transducer required)
  • Built-in StructureScan imaging (transducer required)
  • Built-in GoFree Wi-Fi
  • NMEA 2000 compatible

Simrad GO7 XSE Chatplotter Specifications

  • Display Type: WVGA Colour TFT LCD
  • Display Size: 5-inch Widescreen
  • Display Resolution [pixels x pixels]: 800 x 480
  • Backlighting Levels: LED / 1200 nits
  • GPS Antenna Type:  10 Hz built-in GPS
  • Operating Temperature: -15 °C to +55 °C (5 °F to 131 °F)
  • Waterproof Standard/rating: IPX7
  • Product Width: 152 mm / 5.98 in
  • Product Depth: 57.9 mm / 2.28 in
  • Product Height: 120 mm / 4.72 in
  • Product Weight: 0.54 kg / 1.18 lb
  • Power Consumption: 900 mA @ 13.5 V
  • Power Supply (Supply Voltage): 12 V DC

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Simrad Marine Electronics leading for more than 60 years with strong commitments to quality and reliability.

Simrad Yachting was born from the union of many distinguished pioneers in marine technology with a rich history spanning back to 1946.