xSonic SS164 12° Tilt Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer
22 x 20 Degrees at 50 kHz
6 Degrees at 200 kHz
|Connection Interface||9 Pin xSonic|
|Deadrise Angle||12 to 19 Degree|
|Maximum Depth||3000 Feet at 50 kHz|
|Mount Type||Thru-Hull Flush|
|Sonar||50/200 kHz Broadband|
|Transmit Power||1 kW|
1kW stainless steel thru-hull transducer takes your fishfinder to the next power.
Specifically designed for metal-hull boats, Airmar has taken their innovative Tilted Element™ technology to a higher power. The SS164, 1kW transducer is perfect for fast, trailered tournament-sportfishing vessels that cannot have a High-Performance Fairing.
The flush mounted, stainless steel housing protrudes less than 1/4” outside your hull and can sit on trailer rollers and bunks with no damage at all. The ceramic arrays are tilted inside the housing, giving you the perfect vertical beam with maximum energy on what is directly below your boat. And 1kW takes your fishfinder to the next power.
- Inshore and bluewater trolling
- Deep-water bottom and structure fishing up to 1,640'
- Versatile 1kW transducer for all types of fishing
- Fixed 12° tilted version for 8° to 15° hull deadrise
- 1 kW power, 50/200 kHz multiple-ceramics
- Engineered for center-console and trailered boats
- Low-profile protrusion below the hull
- No affect on your boats running performance
- Interfaces to any compatible 600W or 1kW sounder
- Bronze or stainless steel housings available
- Depth and fast-response water-temperature sensor
- Boat Size: 25’ to 35’
- Style: Thru-hull mushroom
- Cable Length: 30'(6m)
- Connector: 9-pin xSonic
- Maximum Deadrise Angle: 8° to 15° hull deadrise
- Monitors: Depth/temperature
- Material: Stainless steel housing, Urethane acoustic window
- Transmit Power: 1kW
- Frequency: 50/200kHz
- Max. Depth: 50kHz: 1,200' to 1,800'; 200kHz: 500' to 800'
- Beamwidths: 50kHz: 22° x 20°; 200kHz: 6°x 6°
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