Upload and Download Data to your Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance & Eagle GPS with ExpertGPS
ExpertGPS works with hundreds of GPS receivers, including all Garmin Drive, nüvi, eTrex, Colorado, Dakota, echoMAP, GPSMAP, Edge, Forerunner, Montana, Oregon, and Rino models, Magellan eXplorist, Meridian, and SporTrak GPS receivers, and Lowrance iFinder, HDS, Elite, HOOK, LCX, and LMS GPS chartplotters and fishfinders.
Find your GPS on the ExpertGPS compatibility list.
ExpertGPS lets you upload and download waypoints, routes, and tracklogs from hundreds of GPS models from Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance and other GPS manufacturers. Click the manufacturer's name for exact details for your specific GPS model.
Garmin GPS receivers that can upload and download GPS data with ExpertGPS
Click the model family name below to confirm that ExpertGPS supports your Garmin GPS, fitness watch, fishfinder, or chartplotter:
Garmin nüvi, Garmin Drive, Garmin eTrex, Garmin Colorado, Garmin Dakota, Garmin GPSMAP, Garmin echoMAP, Garmin Edge, Garmin Forerunner, Garmin Montana, Garmin Oregon, and Garmin Rino.
All other Garmin GPS receivers, fitness watches, chart-plotters, and fish-finders.
Lowrance GPS receivers, chartplotters and fishfinders that work with ExpertGPS
Click the model family name below to confirm that ExpertGPS supports your Lowrance chart plotter, fish finder, or handheld GPS:
Lowrance HDS, Lowrance Elite, Lowrance HOOK, Lowrance Mark, Lowrance iFinder, Lowrance LCX, and Lowrance LMS GPS.
All other Lowrance GPS receivers, GPS chartplotters, and fishfinders.
Magellan models that can transfer waypoints, routes, and tracks with ExpertGPS
Click the model family name below to confirm that ExpertGPS supports your Magellan GPS receiver:
Magellan eXplorist, Magellan Meridian, and Magellan SporTrak GPS receivers.
All other Magellan GPS receivers.
Eagle chartplotters and fishfinders that are compatible with ExpertGPS
Here is a list of the Eagle fishfinders, chartplotters, and marine GPS receivers that are compatible with ExpertGPS.
If your GPS isn't listed above, you can still use it as an input to the Tracking feature in ExpertGPS to create a moving-map display on your laptop. Tracking works with any GPS receiver or GPS antenna that outputs NMEA data to a COM port. Tracking works with either a physical serial port, or a virtual COM port. If you have a USB or Bluetooth GPS antenna, it probably comes with software that creates a virtual COM port.