GT51M-THP Thru-Hull Traditional and CHIRP ClearVu/SideVu Transducer (Pair)
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GARMINGT51M-THP Thru-Hull Traditional and CHIRP ClearVu/SideVu Transducer (Pair)


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Model # 17596438 | Mfg # 010-01966-11UPC # 753759152932


GT51M-THP Thru-Hull Traditional and CHIRP ClearVu/SideVu Transducer (Pair)

Name Value
Beam Traditional 24-13
DownVu 2x51 at 260kHz and 1.4x29 at 455kHz
SideVu 2x51 at 260 and 1.4x29 at 455kHz
Connection Interface 12-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 0 to 5 Degree
Frequency Traditional 80-160
DownVu and SideVu: 245-275 and 445-465
Material Stainless Steel
Maximum Depth Traditional 1800 Feet
DownVu 1000 Feet
SideVu 750 Feet
Sonar CHIRP Sonar
Multiple Beams
Variable Frequencies
Transmit Power 600 Watts Traditional
500 Watts DownVu and SideVu
Type Thru-Hull Pair

Product Overview

Thru-hull transducer pair provides ultra-clear sonar pictures of objects, structure and fish that pass below your boat.

These traditional CHIRP sonar and CHIRP ClearVü/SideVü transducers are optimized for depth performance and rough conditions. Includes a built-in fast-response temperature sensor. For hull deadrises less than 25 degrees.

GT51M-THP includes two 12-pin port/starboard transducers with stainless steel stems, fairing blocks, Y-cable, bushings, mounting hardware and installation instructions. 


  • Style: Twin Thru-hulls 
  • Cable Length: 5' + 30' y-extension cable
  • Connector: 12-pin
  • Maximum Deadrise Angle: Up to 25° deadrise
  • Monitors: Depth and Temperature 
  • Material: Plastic and stainless steel
  • Transmit Power: CHIRP Traditional 600W; ClearVü/SideVü 500W
  • Frequency: CHIRP Mid-band (80-160kHz); ClearVü/SideVü CHIRP 260kHz (245-275kHz) and 455kHz (445-465kHz)
  • Max. Depth: Traditional: 1,800'; ClearVü: 1,000'; SideVü: 750'
  • Beamwidths: CHIRP Traditional (24°-13°); ClearVü/SideVü (2.0°x 51° @ 260kHz) and (1.4°x 29° @ 455kHz)  
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