010-12405-00

Garmin GT52HW-TM Transducer

Garmin GT52HW-TM Transducer

Description

The Garmin GT52HW-TM Transducer is perfect for freshwater fishermen who want CHIRP traditional sonar and CHIRP DownVu And CHIRP SideVu scanning sonar.

Features

  • Consistently Displays Clear And Crisp Fish Arches With Superior Target Separation As Well As Clear Definition Of Structure Below And To The Side Of The Boat
  • 12-Pin Transducer Features High Wide Band CHIRP Traditional Sonar And Has A Power Rating Of 250W
  • Ideal For Mounting To A Trolling Motor Due To It's Compact Size
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Details

  • The CHIRP DownVü and SideVü (455/800 kHz) elements have a power rating of 500 W each (1,500 W total).
  • For installation, follow the included instructions carefully to avoid damaging your boat.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin GT52HW-TM Transducer 010-12405-00 GT52HW-TM Plastic, TM or Trolling Transducer, High Wide CHIRP/DownVu/SideVu-455/800kHz, 500W
$281.24
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