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Garmin GT51M-TH SS TH DownVu/SideVu 500W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600W (Mid-Band CHIRP 80-160) Ducer

Garmin GT51M-TH SS TH DownVu/SideVu 500W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600W (Mid-Band CHIRP 80-160) Ducer
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GT51M-TH - Stainless Steel Thru-Hull DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600 W (Mid-band CHIRP 80-160 kHz) Transducer with Temp (12-Pin)

This thru-hull transducer provides ultra-clear sonar pictures of objects, structure and fish that pass below your boat. This traditional CHIRP sonar and CHIRP DownVü/SideVü transducer is optimized for depth performance and rough conditions.

The CHIRP DownVü/ SideVü elements have a power rating of 500 W per element (1,500 W total) and operating frequencies of 260/455 kHz. The traditional CHIRP sonar has a power rating of 600 W and operating frequencies of mid-band CHIRP 80-160 kHz. It includes a built-in fast-response temperature sensor. For hull deadrises less than 25 degrees.

GT51M-TH includes a 12-pin transducer with stainless steel stem, fairing block, isolation plate and bushings, mounting hardware and installation instructions. Follow the instructions carefully to avoid damaging your boat.

Compatible Devices:
  • GPSMAP® 7607xsv
  • GPSMAP® 7608xsv
  • GPSMAP® 7610xsv
  • GPSMAP® 7612xsv
  • GSD™ 25 Premium Sonar Module
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Garmin GT51M-TH SS TH DownVu/SideVu 500W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600W (Mid-Band CHIRP 80-160) Ducer 010-01966-10 GARMIN GT51M-TH TRADITIONAL CHIRP DOWNVU & SIDEVU THRU
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