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Humminbird ONIX Series

Humminbird ONIX Series
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Adapt or perish. It's the law of nature. And it's the law of technology. Introducing the next evolution of marine electronics: the ONIX Series. Innovative Cross Touch meets the most powerful built-in sonar and navigation that freshwater has ever seen - to throw the odds squarely in your favor. From targeting your prey to tracing your jig to navigating treacherous waters, it does it all - effortlessly. Your move, Mother Nature.

Take control of the extreme high-definition XGA LCD Touch Display with multi-gesture support and bright graphics readable in harsh sunlight.

Sonar
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • DualBeam PLUS w/ SwitchFire
    200kHz / 20° @ -10db
    83kHz / 60° @ -10db
  • Depth: 1500', 5000'* (10,000'***)
  • 8000W (PTP), 1000W (RMS)**
  • Precision GPS
  • Built-In Cartography: TriFuel
  • DUAL SD CARD SLOTS - Use one slot for advanced cartography. Use the other to save screenshots, sonar recordings and waypoints


*Optional 50 kHz transducers available for extreme deepwater use.
**To obtain 1000W, optional deepwater transducer required.
***Requires optional purchase of CHIRP Ethernet SONAR module.
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