000-14123-001

Lowrance Elite-12 Ti Bundle w/Med/High Skimmer Ducer, StructureScan-HD Ducer & Y-Cable

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Elite-12 Ti Bundle w/Med/High Skimmer Ducer, StructureScan-HD Ducer & Y-Cable

12" Fishfinder/Chartplotter with high-bright, LED-backlit display with CHIRP, DownScan™ and StructureScan™ technology, built-in

Features:

  • Single-touch 12" Widescreen
  • Built-in CHIRP/Broadband Sounder
  • Built-in StructureScan™ (with TotalScan transducer)
  • Built-in 10Hz GPS/GLONASS antenna
  • Built-in Wireless connectivity
  • Built-in Bluetooth connectivity
  • Xi5 Trolling Motor control via Lowrance SmartSteer™
  • Best-in class screen brightness
  • Single micro SD card slot
  • NMEA 2000® connectivity
  • Wide selection of cartography options
  • Uses Gimbal Bracket

Selling Points:

  • Lowrance SmartSteer™ Technology for Xi5 Trolling Motor control 
  • Stand alone Fishfinder/Chartplotter
  • Built in Detailed Basemap cartography (Americas models) and Navionics Basemap (Americas and ROW)
  • Add on cartography available from Insight HD™, Navionics, Jeppesen C-MAP and other 3rd Party Toolkit Partners
  • Share waypoint data via NMEA 2000® with other displays
  • Fully customizable split-screen options
  • StructureMap included with built-in StructureScan (requires optional TotalScan transducer)

Specifications:

  • Display Size: 12" (304.8mm) Diag.
  • Display Type: WVGA color TFT LCD
  • Resolution: 800H x 480W
  • Backlight: Pure White LED
  • Display Brightness: 1200 Nits
  • Height 8.52" (216.39mm)
  • Width: 13.03" (330.99mm)
  • Depth: 3.20" (81.40mm)
  • Weight: 5.50lb (2.50kg)
  • Operating Temperature: 5°F to 131°F (-15°C to 55°C )
  • Waterproof: IPX7 with card door closed
  • DOC: Part 15.103 FCC rules & CE RTTE directive 1999/5/EC
  • Current Draw: 0.9A @ 13VDC with backlight on full/sonar lock 
  • Operating Voltage: 12VDC
  • Supply Voltage: 10.8-17VDC
  • Interface: Single-touch touchscreen and Limited Keypad; ZOOM +/-,WPT,LIGHT/POWER 
  • Display Modes: North up, Course up (COG), Heading up (heading with external heading sensor or COG) 
  • Built-in Cartography: Detailed Basemap cartography (AMER models), Navionics basemap (AMER and ROW models)
  • Add on Cartography: Navico Insight HD, Navionics Platinum+/Platinum/Gold, Fishing HotSpots
  • Alarms: No GPS fix, Anchor, Low boat speed, XTE, Waypoint radius, Arrival
  • Built-in CHIRP: Yes 
  • Built-in Broadband: Yes
  • Built-in StructureScan: Yes
  • Sonar Frequency: Mid/High CHIRP (83/200kHz) 455/800 kHz DownScan™, Low/High CHIRP (50/200kHz)
  • (*Available frequencies determined by connected transducer)
  • Broadband Power: 500W RMS 
  • Sonar DownScan™ Max Depth 455/800 kHz: 300' (91M)
  • Sonar Broadband Max Depth Low/High (50/200 kHz) transducer: 3000' (762M)
  • Sonar Broadband Max Depth Mid/High (83/200 kHz) transducer: 1000' (305M)
  • Sonar Alarms: Fish, Shallow
  • TrackBack: Yes
  • Temperature Readings: Yes
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