RAYMARINE–P19 Low Profile Thru-Hull Traditional Transducer
P19 Low Profile Thru-Hull Traditional Transducer
|Connection Interface||7-Pin Connector|
|Deadrise Angle||0 Degree|
Industry standard depth transducer with 200kHz frequency.
Inside the housing, the ceramic element is tilted for built-in deadrise compensation. The resulting vertical beam gives excellent echo returns for more accurate depth readings. The P19 without tilt has been the industry standard for many years — the choice when the hull's deadrise angle is minimal. All versions have a nearly flush housing minimizes drag with only 5 mm (3/16") extending outside of the hull.
- Ideal depth-only transducer for low-power fishfinders
- Designed for use on fiberglass and wood boat types, power and sail
- Nearly flush housing minimizes drag with only 3/16" protruding outside of hull
- Ceramic element inside housing is tilted for built-in deadrise compensation – 0° version ideal choice for minimal hull deadrise angles
- Right-angle cable exit offers low headroom and protection when transducer is stepped on
- Rubber washer (included) allows tightening of hull nut to irregular hull surfaces
- Housing is ABYC H-27 compliant
- Suitable for cruising powerboats and sailboats up to 30' in length
- Compatible with Raymarine ST40, i40, ST60, i50, ST290, ST70* and i70*
*Note: Use with an ST70 or an i70 instrument requires use of an iTC5 Instrument Transducer Converter (E70010)
- Style: Thru-hull
- Cable Length: 45'
- Monitors: Depth and Temperature
- Material: Plastic
- Transmit Power: 350W (RMS)
- Frequency: 200 kHz
- Max. Depth: 700'
- Acoustic Window Material: Urethane
- Compatible Hull Materials: Fiberglass or wood
- Hole Diameter for Installation: 2"
- Beamwidths: 11°
- Hull Deadrise Angle: 0°compensation for hull deadrises of 0°to 7°
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