GARMIN
GT23M-TH Thru-Hull Traditional and CHIRP ClearVu Transducer

$549.99

In stock online.
Model # 17712696 | Mfg # 010-12404-10 | UPC # 753759148607

GT23M-TH transducer is perfect for coastal and offshore fishermen who want CHIRP traditional sonar and CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar.

This thru-hull mount transducer consistently displays clear and crisp fish arches with superior target separation as well as clear definition of structure below the boat. The 8-pin transducer features mid-band CHIRP traditional sonar (80-160kHz) and has a power rating of 600W. The CHIRP ClearVü (260/455kHz) element has a power rating of 500W.

Specifications

  • Style: Thru-hull with fairing
  • Cable Length: 30'(6m)
  • Connector: 8-pin
  • Maximum Deadrise Angle: Up to 25° deadrise
  • Monitors: Depth/Temperature
  • Material: Plastic
  • Transmit Power: CHIRP Traditional 600W; ClearVü 500W
  • Frequency Range: CHIRP Mid-band (80-160kHz); ClearVü CHIRP 260kHz (245-275kHz) and 455kHz (445-465kHz)
  • Max. Depth: Traditional: 1,800'; ClearVü: 1,000'
  • Beamwidths: Traditional (24°-13°); ClearVü (2.0° x 51° @ 260kHz) & (1.4° x 29° @ 455kHz)

What's in the Box

  • GT23M-TH transducer
  • Stainless steel stem
  • Fairing block
  • Isolation plate and bushings
  • Extension cable
  • Mounting hardware
  • Documentation
 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Specs

GT23M-TH Thru-Hull Traditional and CHIRP ClearVu Transducer

Name Value
Beam Traditional 24-13
DownVu 2.1x51 at 260kHz and 1.4x29 at 455kHz
Connection Interface 8-Pin Connector
Frequency ???????Traditional CHIRP 80-160kHz
? DownVu CHIRP 245-275kHz & CHIRP 445-465kHz
Material Stainless Steel
Maximum Depth Traditional: 1800'
Sonar CHIRP Sonar
Depth
Temperature
High-Detail Resolution
Variable Frequencies
Multiple Beams
Transmit Power 600 Watts Traditional/500 Watts DownVu
Type Thru-Hull

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