Individual RealVision 3D™ Thru-Hull CHIRP Transducer, Starboard
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RAYMARINEIndividual RealVision 3D™ Thru-Hull CHIRP Transducer, Starboard

Model # 18219303 | Mfg # A80467UPC # 723193816554

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Specs

Individual RealVision 3D™ Thru-Hull CHIRP Transducer, Starboard

Name Value
Beam 180 Degrees
Connection Interface 25-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 1 to 12 Degree
Frequency CHIRP Imaging and CHIRP Sonar
Material Bronze
Maximum Depth Sonar: 900 Feet
3D: 300 Feet
Down Imaging: 300 Feet
Side Imaging: 300 Feet
Mount Type Thru Hull
Sonar 3D
DownVision
SideVision
CHIRP
Transmit Power 100 Watts
Type Thru-Hull
Waterproof Waterproof

Product Overview

Raymarine's RealVision 3D bronze and plastic transducer are available individually for use as spares.

  • Each transducer array is fitted with a 2-meter (6'7") pigtail.
  • To create a complete transducer system, you will need both a port and starboard transducer array, as well as a RealVision 3D Y-Cable and an extension cable of suitable length to reach to your Axiom RealVision 3D display.
  • This transducer array is specifically engineered for starboard side service.

Designed for inboard or outboard boats, the RV-212 Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer System lets you easily identify structures and locate fish with the lifelike clarity of RealVision 3D™ sonar.

RealVision 3D transducers have internal offset to accommodate hull deadrise angles from 1° to 12°. This completely eliminates the need for fairing blocks. The low-profile design slips effortlessly through the water without causing drag or cavitation. The near-flush RV-212 system works great on trailered boats too.

The RV-212 system features rugged cast-bronze thru-hull bodies suitable for fiberglass or wooden hulls. One transducer transmits and receives to port and downward, the other to starboard and downward, ensuring a full 180° of underwater coverage even on boats with deep keels or other underwater protrusions. 

Key Features

  • Gyro-stabilized sonar technology: Gyro stabilization compensates for boat movement, delivering lifelike 3D sonar imagery.
  • Wide spectrum CHIRP sonar: Transmits on 60 different frequencies for the most lifelike sonar imagery and simply the best fish targeting – hands down!
  • Easy fish identification: Easily identify structure and locate fish with the lifelike clarity of RealVision™ 3D sonar
  • Powerful four-channel sonar: Supports RealVision 3D, CHIRP DownVision, SideVision, high frequency CHIRP, and 600W  50/200kHz traditional sonar
  • The transducer has a built-in attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) that stabilizes the sonar imagery, automatically compensating for vessel motion
  • You'll enjoy crystal-clear imagery in waves, swells, and while maneuvering
  • Built-in fast response water temperature sensor for quick, accurate readings
  • Rugged cast-bronze thru-hull bodies suitable for fiberglass or wooden hulls
  • One transducer transmits and receives to port and downward, the other to starboard and downward, ensuring a full 180° of underwater coverage even on boats with deep keels or other underwater protrusions
  • The low-profile design slips effortlessly through the water without causing drag or cavitation
  • Each transducer features a 2-meter pigtail
  • The near-flush RV-212 system works great on trailered boats too, and with no fairing block to cut, installation is a breeze

Specifications

  • Application: Axiom displays
  • Style: Starboard side thru-hull (additional port side transducer and 8m extension cable required
  • Cable Length: 6'7" pigtail
  • Connector: 25-Pin Connector
  • Monitors: Depth/Temperature
  • Material: Bronze
  • Transmit Power: 100W (CHIRP); 600W traditional (RMS)
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz traditional; DownVision, SideVision, CHIRP and RealVision 3D
  • Deadrise Angle: 1° to 12° offset for starboard side mounting
  • Max. Depth: Traditional: 900'; 3D: 300'; CHIRP DownVision: 300'; CHIRP SideVision: 300'
  • Beamwidths: 180°  total

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