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xSonic SS260 Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

$1,139.99

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Model # 18259168 | Mfg # 000-13783-001 | UPC # 9420024161944

SS260 is a great transducer upgrade for your 600W or 1,000W fishfinder for fast, sportfishing vessels that can support a thru-hull transducer with a fairing.

Powerful but sensitive! The SS260 will enhance fish detection on virtually all of today’s fishfinders. The narrow, 6° beam 200kHz ceramic will give you excellent resolution and crisp image detail needed for bottom fishing.
The SS260’s low ringing is perfect for finding fish holding tight to the bottom and other structure. The seven-element 50kHz array has a wider 19° beam for deeper bluewater fishing. The outcome at both frequencies is excellent resolution and crisp image detail where it’s needed most.

Streamlined performance: Get maximum results, on any hull material, when installed with a custom-fitting High-Performance Fairing. At speeds over 30 knots, screens continue to display clear images and solid bottom tracking.

The xSonic SS260 is a stainless steel, 1kW (RMS), thru-hull, 50/200 kHz transducer, providing bottom detection down to 3,000'.  Excellent for deep water bottom and structure fishing, the SS260 provides extremely accurate echosounding data, even at speeds of over 30 knots.

Specifications

  • Style: Thru-hull with fairing
  • Cable Length: 30' 
  • Monitors: Depth and temperature
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Connector: 9-pin xSonic
  • Transmit Power: 1,000W (RMS)
  • Frequency: 50/200kHz
  • Max. Depth: 3,000'
  • Beamwidth: 19°/6° 

Specs

xSonic SS260 Thru-Hull Dual Frequency Transducer

Name Value
Beam 19 Degrees at 50 kHz
6 Degrees at 200 kHz
Connection Interface 9 Pin xSonic
Frequency 50/200 kHz
Material Stainless Steel
Maximum Depth 3000 Feet at 50 kHz
Mount Type Fairing Block
Sonar 50/200 kHz Broadband
Transmit Power 1 kW
Type Fairing Block

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