Clearance P319 Low Profile Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer
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NAVICOP319 Low Profile Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Model # 11498375 | Mfg # 000-0136-02UPC # 42194533599

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P319 Low Profile Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 12x45 Degrees
Connection Interface Bare Wire
Deadrise Angle 0 Degree
Frequency 50/200kHz
Material Plastic
Maximum Depth 600 Feet
Sonar Depth
Transmit Power 600 Watts
Type Thru-Hull

Product Overview

P319 is a nylon thru-hull Broadband transducer for smaller sportfishing and commercial vessels up to 25' in length, fishing in depths of less than 3,000'.

The P319 is a 600 Watt thru-hull low-profile depth and temperature transducer with a plastic housing, that operates at 50kHz and 200kHz. It has a fixed (non-retractable) insert. The P319 is designed for installation only in the flat bottom of a boat. It does not have any built-in tilt for deadrise compensation.

Although most P319s are now made as a generic 'mix and match' (MM) transducer with a brand-specific adapter cable, this unit has a different internal circuitry and a permanent fixed 10M cable and cannot be used with MM adapters.

This version has a Lowrance 7-pin blue connector as used on many Lowrance fishfinders and sounders including the HDS series. Lowrance sells a depth-only version of this transducer as the model 136-02.

Note: The P319 is identical in performance to the B60 with a bronze housing (12°/20° tilt), the B117 with a bronze housing (0° tilt), and the SS60 with a stainless steel housing (12°/20° tilt).


  • Style: Thru-hull
  • Cable Length: 30' 
  • Monitors: Depth and temperature
  • Material: Plastic
  • Connector: Blue 7-pin
  • Hull Deadrise Angle: 0°-7°
  • Transmit Power: 600W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 800'-1200' (50 kHz) / 400'-700' (200kHz)
  • Beamwidth: 45° (50kHz) / 12° (200kHz)


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