For customers in Winnipeg, a new 2020 AEM digital chip will be delivered to your door. Outside of Winnipeg, chips will be mailed via Canada Post. To qualify for a mailed chip replacement, you must DESTROY your current chip and provide photographic evidence. Three (3) photos are required:
Photo #1: The front of your AEM Micro SD card. It will say Angler's Edge Mapping or AEM on it. If it does not say either of these, it is not an AEM Micro SD. Do not accidentally destroy your Navionics card! If you are uncertain, email us
Alternatively, insert the chip into your Lowrance sonar and verify you have identified the correct AEM chip.
Photo #2: The back of your Micro SD card, where the serial number is located. Make sure your photo clearly shows the serial number.
Photo #3: Break your Micro SD card in half. Take a photo of both halves of the chip, showing the back of the card (serial number). Ensure the halves are far enough apart so that we can verify the chip is broken, and that the photo is clear enough that we can verify the text on the chip.
Email Photos #1-3: to
and mention your upgrade order. Important: retain your broken Micro SD card in case we need another picture to verify that destruction is complete.
3. Data Backup
Users should back up any additional data aside from the AEM map data that is present on their AEM chip prior to upgrading it. This may include Genesis Live map data, waypoints/routes/trails, screenshots or anything else.
2. Extended Warranty
Angler's Edge Mapping digital map SD Cards carry a one year limited warranty against SD card failure due to manufacturing defects. Following a chip upgrade, the warranty on the replacement chip will be extended for one year from the date of delivery, irrespective of original purchase date.