B619 20° Tilt Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer
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GARMINB619 20° Tilt Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer


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Model # 14390785 | Mfg # 010-10217-22UPC # 753759971731


B619 20° Tilt Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 15x45 Degrees
Connection Interface 8-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 16 to 24 Degree
Frequency 77/200kHz
Material Bronze
Maximum Depth 900 Feet
Sonar Depth
Transmit Power 500 Watts
Type Thru-Hull

Product Overview

Performs well at high speeds and is an excellent choice for fiberglass and metal hulls.

The B619 model has been the standard in low-profile thru-hull bronze transducers for many years. its large sensitive ceramics allow deep echosounding up to 900'. These nearly flush thru-hulls minimize drag as only 3/16" of the housing extends outside of the hull. The bronze B619 provides a vertical beam without a fairing. Inside the housing, the ceramic element is tilted 20° to provide built-in deadrise compensation. The resulting vertical beam provides excellent echo returns for more accurate depth readings. When using with the echo series fishfinders, transducer adapter cable part number 010-11947-00 is required.

Key Features

  • Depth and temperature
  • Fixed 20° tilted versions for 16° to 24° hull deadrise
  • Right angle cable exit offers low headroom and protection when transducer is stepped on
  • Included rubber washer that allows tightening of the hull nut to irregular hull surfaces
  • Housings are ABYC H-27 compliant
  • Bronze housing
  • Boat Size: Up to 30'


  • Style: Thru-hull
  • Cable Length: 30'
  • Number of Pins: 8-pin
  • Supported Deadrise Angle: 16°-24° degree deadrise
  • Monitors: Depth and Temperature
  • Material: Bronze
  • Transmit Power: 500W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 77/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 900'
  • Beamwidths: 45°/15°

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