000-10116-001

Lowrance 1kW Transom Mount Transducer

Lowrance 1kW Transom Mount Transducer

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This top-of-the-line broadband transom-mount brings crystal clear imaging to any of today's fishfinders.

Features

  • 1 kW
  • HD Digital
  • Powerful, yet sensitive
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The new TM260 takes the legendary performance of the B260 to your vessel's transom. This top-of-the-line broadband transom-mount brings crystal clear imaging to any of today's fishfinders. The large 200 kHz element and the seven-element 50 kHz array are excellent for bait and game fish separation along with detecting ground fish holding tight to the bottom. The TM260's high-performance mounting bracket is easy-to-install and has a streamlined shape that delivers high-speed performance up to 30 knots (35 MPH).

Features

  • Top-of-the-line narrow-beam transom-mount
  • Designed for bottom fishing
  • Wide 19° beam at 50 kHz
  • Narrow 6° beam at 200 kHz
  • Interfaces to any 600W or 1kW sounder
  • Depth and fast-response water-temperature sensor
  • Kick-up assembly locks in the "up" position and will not damage the transom
  • Accommodates transom angles between 3° and 21°
  • Urethane housing
  • Boat Size: Up to 12M (40')
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Lowrance 1kW Transom Mount Transducer 000-10116-001 1kw transom mount transducer
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