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B60 Bronze 20° Tilt Thru-hull 50/200kHz Transducer

$279.99

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Model # 11498805 | Mfg # 000-00021-001

The B60 is a bronze, thru-hull, 20° tilted, dual-frequency, depth and temperature transducer. The ceramic element is tilted for built-in deadrise compensation, giving excellent echo returns for more accurate depth readings. Blue 7-pin connector easily connect to NSS, NSE or NSO.

  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Beamwidth: 45°/12°
  • Material: Bronze
  • Transmit Power: 600W (RMS)
  • Maximum Depth: 3000'
  • Style: Thru-hull
  • Hull Deadrise Angle: 16°-24°
  • Sensors: Depth/Temp

B60 Bronze 20° Tilt Thru-hull 50/200kHz Transducer

Beam 12x45 Degrees
Connection Interface 6-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle Tilted Element
Features Depth
Temperature
Frequency 50/200kHz
Material Bronze
Transmit Power 600 Watts
Type Thru-Hull

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5.0

Great Product

By Private Eye

from Tallahassee, FL

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Reliable
  • Waterproof

Cons

  • Difficult To Install

Best Uses

  • Large Boats
  • Small Boats

Comments about Navico B60 Bronze 20 Tilt Thru-hull 50/200kHz Transducer:

Night and day difference between this ducer and your typical transom mount ducer. This thing marks fish at 25 mph! I am a new fan and will have this transduce on whatever boats I own in the future.

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