DST-800PWF

Furuno Smart Sensors

Furuno Smart Sensors

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The Furuno Smart Sensor uses one hole in the boats hull and has a near-flush housing minimizes drag.

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Speed-signal-processing enhancements provide excellent paddlewheel accuracy below 5 knots (6 MPH) and smooth linear output at all vessel speeds. The transducer's wide, fan-shaped, fore-aft beam is able to find bottom even when installed on steep deadrise hulls or heeling sailboats. You also get true water-temperature readings with the DST-800MSF's reliable temperature sensor.

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Furuno Smart Sensors DST-800PWF Smart sensor for FI50 transom mount, depth, speed and temperature
$250.00
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Furuno Smart Sensors DT-800PSF Smart sensor for FI50 thru-hull, depth and temperature
$300.00
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Furuno Smart Sensors DT-800MSF Smart sensor, thru-hull transducer, depth and temperature
$350.00
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Furuno Smart Sensors DST-800PSF Smart sensor for FI50 thru-hull, depth, speed and temperature
$350.00
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Furuno Smart Sensors DST-800MSF Smart sensor, thru-hull transducer, depth, speed and temperature
$400.00
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