Clearance TM260 Transom Mount Dual Frequency Transducer
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SIMRADTM260 Transom Mount Dual Frequency Transducer

Model # 14274203 | Mfg # 000-10116-001UPC # 9420024107959

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Specs

TM260 Transom Mount Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 6x19 Degrees
Connection Interface 7-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 0 to 20 Degree
Frequency 50/200kHz
Material Plastic
Maximum Depth 1000 Feet
Sonar Depth
Temperature
Transmit Power 1000 Watts
Type Transom Mount

Product Overview

Powerful yet sensitive, the TM260 offers the performance of the B260 in a high-speed, transom-mount option for crystal clear imaging.

The large 200kHz element plus the seven-element 50kHz array deliver excellent separation of suspended bait and game fish, as well as marking fish holding tight on the bottom. Easy to install with a streamlined design for high speed sounding up to 30 knots/35 mph.

With urethane housing, the TM260 is suitable for transom mounting on any hull. Transom-mounted transducers are designed for smaller outboard and I/O boats, and are well suited to planing hulls. Transom mounting offers simple installation and maintenance, and the transducer can be adjusted easily to compensate for transom angle.

Key Features

  • 50 kHz with 19° beamwidth
  • 200 kHz with 6° beamwidth
  • Up to 3,000' maximum depth range at 50kHz
  • 8 internal broadband ceramics
  • Transom-mounted with urethane housing and stainless steel mounting bracket (can retrofit to existing TM258 & TM260 brackets)
  • Suitable for any hull
  • Ideal for sportfishing and commercial vessels 25' and up
  • Recommended for use with the SonarHub sounder module, Simrad NSS evo2 & NSS sport multi-function displays

Specifications

  • Style: Transom mount
  • Cable Length: 33' 
  • Monitors: Depth and temperature
  • Material: Plastic
  • Connector: Blue 7-pin
  • Transmit Power: 1.000W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 3,000'
  • Beamwidth: 19°/6°

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