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Garmin Bronze Thru-hull Wide Beam Transducers

Garmin Bronze Thru-hull Wide Beam Transducers

Description

The Garmin Bronze Thru-hull Wide Beam Transducer steps up to 1 kW without a fairing.

Features

  • Can Sit On Trailer Rollers/Bunks Without Damage
  • Tilted Element Inside Accommodates All Hull Deadrises And Eliminates The Need For A Fairing Block
  • Low, Medium, High, And High Wide Versions Provide Maximum Flexibility For The Choice Of Frequencies
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Details

An excellent choice for fiberglass and wood hulls, this 8-pin transducer has a depth of 600'; an operating frequency of 150-250 kHz; a beamwidth of 25°; and a 0 to 7° deadrise.

Transducer kit comes with installation instructions. Follow the instructions carefully to avoid damaging your boat.

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