Clearance P72 Trolling Motor/In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer
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GARMINP72 Trolling Motor/In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

$83.88

16% Off - 

Original $99.99 Price Details

Limited availability.
Model # 14390736 | Mfg # 010-10200-20UPC # 753759971700

Specs

P72 Trolling Motor/In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 15x45 Degrees
Connection Interface 8-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 8 to 15 Degree
Frequency 77/200kHz
Material Plastic
Maximum Depth 900 Feet
Sonar Depth
Temperature
Transmit Power 500 Watts
Type In-Hull
Trolling Motors

Product Overview

Plastic transducer for in-hull mount, trolling motors or ice fishing.

Garmin's 8-pin 500W transducer has a maximum working depth of 900' a beamwidth of 45°/15°. Applications include trolling-motor mounting for all popular motors, portable mounting for small, slow moving vessels or in-hull mounting in planing hull powerboats and cruising sailboats shooting through solid fiberglass only (no cored hulls). Requires transducer adapter cable, 010-11947-00 with echo™ series fishfinders.

Key Features

  • Depth only or depth and temperature
  • Shielded ceramic filters out trolling-motor noise for accurate depths readings
  • Rear cable exit reduces weed pickup
  • Small, versatile transducer
  • Trolling-motor mounting kit includes 112mm (4") stainless steel band clamp and cable ties
  • Available as a portable-mount
  • Optional GTEMP10-TH Thru-hull Temp Sensor sold separately

Specifications

  • Style: In-hull/Trolling motor
  • Cable Length: 30'
  • Number of Pins: 8-pin
  • Hull Deadrise Angle: N/A
  • Monitors: Depth and Temperature
  • Material: Nylon
  • Transmit Power: 500W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 77/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 900'
  • Beamwidths: 45°/15° 

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