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Garmin Panoptix PS21-TM FrontVu & LiveVu Forward Transom Mount Transducer

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Panoptix™ PS21-TM FrontVü & LiveVüForward Transom Mount Transducer

See Submerged Objects Ahead of Your Boat

  • Adds FrontVü and LiveVü Forward - 2 of the most compelling views of Panoptix, the most unique and innovative sonar on the water
  • FrontVü sonar shows submerged obstructions as you approach them within a 300-foot forward range; helps you avoid collisions
  • LiveVü Forward sonar gives you the unique ability to see fish - even divers - swimming live under and ahead of your boat with a 100-foot forward range in real time
  • Both views work when boat is moving or stationary
  • Includes transducer transom mounting kit


It's very unnerving, to say the least, when cruising at up to 8 knots in unfamiliar waters, and an obstacle or sand bar suddenly appears. So we designed Panoptix PS21-TM with FrontVü sonar to give boaters enhanced situational awareness. FrontVü sonar shows approaching obstacles, sandbars and other hard obstructions to give you time to respond and avoid a collision or running aground. It's a great way to protect your boat and your passengers.

Panoptix PS21-TM also features LiveVü Forward sonar to give you the unique ability to see real-time sonar views under and ahead of your boat with a 100-foot forward range. You can actually see fish swimming. You can also keep track of the whereabouts of swimmers and divers, because LiveVrward works even when your boat is stationary.

Easy to use with compatible Garmin echoMAP™ CHIRP 7- and 9-inch models, GPSMAP® 7400/7600 series, GPSMAP 8000/8500/8400/8600 Glass Helm series and GPSMAP 721/741/820/840/1020/1040 series chartplotters. Includes transducer transom mounting kit.

FrontVü aids collision avoidance by showing obstructions with a 300-foot forward range. LiveVü Forward shows fish and divers swimming in real time with a 100-foot forward range.

*The ability to effectively avoid forward collisions with FrontVü sonar decreases as speed rises above 8 knots.
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