xSonic M260 In-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer
19 Degrees at 50 kHz
6 Degrees at 200 kHz
|Connection Interface||9 Pin xSonic|
|Maximum Depth||3000 Feet at 50 kHz|
|Sonar||50/200 kHz Broadband|
|Transmit Power||1 kW|
It’s true! Excellent performance can be achieved from an in-hull mounted transducer.
The M260 is designed with a 200kHz element, which provides performance resulting in higher-resolution without sacrificing sensitivity. Combined with a seven-element 50kHz array, this in-hull has excellent deep-water detection. Because the M260 has narrow beams at both frequencies, separation of individual targets and the ability to distinguish between fish and the bottom makes finding fish easy.
All-out fishfinding performance! Optimal fishfinder performance no longer requires drilling a hole in the hull! The M260 is able to transmit and receive through solid fiberglass, displaying sharp detailed images. Track the bottom at speeds exceeding 30 knots! Installation simply requires adhering the tank to the inside of the vessel, leaving a clean and smooth hull exterior.
- Bluewater trolling using 50 kHz
- Deepwater bottom and wreck fishing up to 2,625'
- Top-of-the-line broadband, in-hull transducer
- Recommended for solid fiberglass hulls
- Depth only
- Innovative tank design allows for bow-stern or port-starboard mounting
- Non-toxic antifreeze (propylene glycol) is used to fill the tank
- Fiberglass resin is used to adhere tank to the hull
- Interfaces to any compatible 600W or 1kW sounder
- Boat Size: 25' and up
- Style: In-Hull with plastic/urethane housing and yellow in-hull tank
- Connector: 9-pin xSonic
- Maximum Deadrise Angle: 0° to 30° deadrise
- Monitors: Depth
- Material: Plastic/urethane
- Dimensions: 7 3/4"L x 6"W x 8 3/16"H
- Transmit Power: 1kW
- Frequency: 50/200kHz
- Max. Depth: 50kHz: 1,800' to 2,500'; 200kHz: 700' to 1,000'
- Beamwidths: 50kHz 19°; 200kHz: 6°
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