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Garmin GTEMP10-TH Thru-Hull Temp Sensor

Garmin GTEMP10-TH Thru-Hull Temp Sensor
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GTEMP10-TH Thru-Hull Temp Sensor

The Easy Way to Know Accurate Water Temperatures
  • Know the accurate temperature in your baitwell, livewell and the waters you are fishing
    High-sensitivity, fast response temperature sensing (-13 to 140 degrees F)
    Ability to name devices, such as "livewell port" and "baitwell starboard," in multiple installation locations for easy reference (this feature is available on select devices)
    Robust mechanical design is easy to install
    Plug-and-play integration with NMEA 2000® network


Fishermen, both freshwater and saltwater, need to keep accurate tabs on the temperatures in their baitwells, livewells and the waters they are fishing. The GTEMP10-TH is the perfect solution. This high-sensitivity, fast response thru-hull temperature sensor provides NMEA 2000 data with the ability to name each device location, such as "livewell port" or "baitwell starboard," when used in multiple installations. It has a robust mechanical design that is easy to install, and it's built to last even in harsh saltwater environments. Smooth, flush bottom design decreases turbulence in thru-hull installations. Connects easily with simple plug-and-play integration to your NMEA 2000 network.
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Garmin GTEMP10-TH Thru-Hull Temp Sensor 010-11413-10 GARMIN GTEMP 10-TH THRU-HULL TEMP SENSOR
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