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Garmin Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer

Garmin Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer

Description

The Garmin Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer is perfect for cruising powerboats and sailboats.

Features

  • Large Sensitive Ceramics Allow Deep Echosounding Up To 206M
  • Nearly Flush Units Minimize Drag As Only 5mm Of Housing Extends Outside Of The Hull
  • Tilted To Provide Built-In Deadrise Compensation
List Price
$149.99
Your Price
$131.24
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Details

 The plastic P19 provides a vertical beam without a fairing. Inside the housing, the ceramic element is tilted to provide built-in deadrise compensation. The resulting vertical beam provides excellent echo returns for moreaccurate depth readings.


Features

  • Depth only or Depth and temperature
  • Fixed 12° tilted versions for 8° to 15° hull deadrise
  • Right angle cable exit offers low headroom and protection when transducer is stepped on
  • Included rubber washer allows tightening of the hull nut to irregular hull surfaces
  • Housings are ABYC H-27 compliant
  • Optional temperature sensor
  • Plastic housing
  • Boat Size: Up to 9M (30')
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer 010-10218-21 Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer, 12 Degree
$131.24
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Garmin P19 Nylon 20 degree Tilt Transducer - 8-Pin 010-10218-22 Nylon Tilted Element Thru-Hull Transducer, 20 Degree
$131.24
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin 8-Pin Transducer to 4-Pin Sounder Adapter Cable 010-11947-00 8-Pin Transducer to 4-Pin Sounder Adapter Cable
$16.05
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