Clearance P79 In-hull Dual Frequency Transducer
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NAVICOP79 In-hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Model # 11259348 | Mfg # 000-0136-03UPC # 42194533605

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P79 In-hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 12x45 Degrees
Connection Interface Bare Wire
Deadrise Angle 0 to 22 Degree
Frequency 50/200kHz
Material Plastic
Maximum Depth 600 Feet
Sonar Depth
Transmit Power 600 Watts
Type In-Hull

Product Overview

The P79 is a plastic, in-hull dual-frequency, depth sensor.

Recommended for planing-hull powerboats, trailered boats, rigid inflatable boats and racing sailboats. Easily adjusts to hull deadrise angles up to 22°. Base is bonded to the hull and filled with liquid. Transducer attaches to the base with a twist lock.

Installation Steps

  1. Mount the base flange inside the hull  
  2. Adjust the locking ring for the correct hull deadrise angle
  3. Fill the base with non-toxic antifreeze (propylene glycol)
  4. Turn and lock the transducer into the base. 

Key Features

  • Mounted inside the hull, installation is easy and requires no holes to be drilled in the hull
  • Works at 50kHz and 200kHz for good target detail in shallow water and excellent bottom tracking in deep water
  • Provides extremely accurate data
  • Deadrise adjustment accomodates deadrise angles from 2° to 22°.
  • Reduce the risk with this simple "no holes" solution with zero hull protrusions
  • Plug and play connection to NSS, NSE or NSO
  • Recommended for solid fiberglass hulls
  • Epoxies to aluminum hulls under 3.8mm (0.125") thick
  • No hull protrusions


  • Style: In-hull
  • Cable Length: 39' 
  • Monitors: Depth
  • Material: Plastic
  • Connector: Blue 7-pin
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Beamwidth: 45°/12°
  • Maximum Depth: 1,000'
  • Transmit Power: 600W (RMS)


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