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Airmar TM258 1kW Transom Mount Transducer w/Humminbird #9 Plug - 7-Pin

Airmar TM258 1kW Transom Mount Transducer w/Humminbird #9 Plug - 7-Pin
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TM258 1kW Transom Mount Transducer w/Humminbird #9 Plug - 7-Pin

The re-designed TM258 sports a new look and better high-speed performance. The industry's first, 1kW, transom-mount transducer has an updated, rugged, mounting bracket. The sleek design makes the TM258 easier to install. And its streamlined shape will give you improved high-speed performance up to 30 knots (35 MPH).

The TM258 will make 600W sounders respond like a more-powerful model. Get 16-times the sensitivity compared with a standard transom-mounted transducer. The TM258 packs four, 50 kHz/200 kHz elements to focus narrow beams at both frequencies, so you'll see crisp targets and clear bottom definition.

Features:

  • Depth & fast-response water-temperature sensor
  • Elliptical beam covers larger bottom area
  • Fits existing TM256 and TM258 models
  • Bracket kick-up assembly locks in the "up" position and will not damage the transom
  • Accommodates transom angles between 3° and 21°
  • Urethane transducer housing
  • Boat Size: Up to 12M (40')

Specifications:

  • Weight: 3.6kg (7.9lb)
  • Hull Deadrise: Up to 25°
  • Acoustic Window: Urethane
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Airmar TM258 1kW Transom Mount Transducer w/Humminbird #9 Plug - 7-Pin TM258-HB AIRMAR TM258 1KW TRANSOM MOUNT DUCER W/ HUMMINBIRD #9 PLUG
$657.70
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