Question about Garmin GPSMAP 3210 GPS Receiver
If lightning struck that close to the GPS a large EMP was created, EMP stands for Electro Magnetic Pulse, the bottom line is it induces a huge voltage surge into delicate electronics of the GPS and burns out the IC's (intagrated circuit chips), long story short it fries the GPS, I am 100% sure on this.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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