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RAYMARINEP79 Adjustable Angle In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

$169.99

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Model # 1968965 | Mfg # E66008UPC # 23193660080

Specs

P79 Adjustable Angle In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 12x45 Degrees
Connection Interface 8-Pin Connector
Deadrise Angle 0 to 25 Degree
Frequency 50/200kHz
Material Plastic
Maximum Depth 1500 Feet
Sonar Depth
Transmit Power 600 Watts
Type In-Hull

Product Overview

Adjustable in-hull transducer is compatible with sounder modules like DSM30 and DSM300. 

Simplifies in-hull installation and easily adjusts to any hull deadrise angle up to 22°. Can be removed in seconds for servicing or storage. Only the base piece is bonded to the hull. There is no adhesive layer under the transducer face to absorb sound energy. Depth only. 

Key Features

  • Adjustable angle (up to 22°) design ensures beam is vertically oriented for maximum echo returns and optimum performance
  • In-hull mount offers convenint, easy installation with no hull protrusions
  • Dual frequency – works at 50 kHz and 200kHz for good target detail in shallow water and excellent bottom tracking in deep water
  • Transducer base is bonded to hull and filled with liquid – transducer is then attached to base with twist lock
  • Sound waves travel more efficiently through the liquid for best possible performance
  • Ideal for boats including rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) up to 25' in length
  • Compatible with Raymarine DSM300, DSM30 and CP300

Specifications

  • Style: In-hull
  • Cable Length: 33'
  • Hull Deadrise Angle: Up to 22°
  • Monitors: Depth and Temperature
  • Material: Nylon
  • Transmit Power: 600W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 700' to 1000' (50kHz) / 400' to 600' (200kHz)
  • Beamwidths: 45° (50kHz), 12° (200kHz)

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