Lowrance Elite-4 Chirp Fishfinder/Chartplotter Ice Machine

Lowrance Elite-4 Chirp Fishfinder/Chartplotter Ice Machine


The Lowrance Elite-4 Chirp Fishfinder/Chartplotter Ice Machine is a portable color fishfinder/chartplotter featuring CHIRP sonar technology.


  • Easier To Identify And Distinguish Bait And Game Fish Targets
  • Better Target Identification At Greater Depths
  • Lowrance-Exclusive, Brilliant, High-Resolution, 4.3" LED-Backlit Color Display
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The Elite-4 CHIRP IceMachine is a portable color fishfinder/chartplotter featuring CHIRP sonar technology -providing greater sensitivity, improved target resolution and superior noise rejection for clearer, easy-to-see bait fish and game fish targets - as well as special ice mode software and the Lowrance ice-fishing pack and ice transducer.


  • CHIRP Sonar for superior target separation, lure detection and a clutter-free display
  • Highly accurate, built-in GPS antenna plus a detailed U.S. map featuring more than 3,000 lakes and rivers and coastal contours to 1,000 feet.
  • Optional chart upgrades include Lake Insight™ and Nautic Insight™ PRO and HD, Navionics+, and HotMaps® Premium, Fishing Hotspots® PRO and Jeppesen C-Map Max-N
  • Create your own map from real sonar data that you record with Insight Genesis™
  • 20° sonar coverage down to 1000'/305M with custom, weighted ice fishing transducer and unique float system (included)
  • Advanced Signal Processing (ASP) reduces the need to manually adjust settings to see fish, structure and bottom detail more clearly
  • TrackBack™ to review recorded sonar history including structure, transitions or fish targets, then pinpoint locations with a waypoint
  • New easy-to-use page selector menu with quick access to all features using one-thumb operation
  • Multi-Window Display lets you quickly and easily choose from pre-set page layouts -- including a three-panel view with chart, CHIRP Sonar and DownScan Imaging.
  • Complete portable PPP-18I Ice Pack kit, with ice transducer & battery included
    • Weatherproof, soft-sided pack with easy-to-find, front- and rear-zipper access
    • Adjustable display platform for easy viewing
    • Two StowAway® utility boxes
    • 12v battery and charger for a full day of operation
    • Display Size: 4.3"/10.92cm
    • Resolution: 480 x 272
    • Display Type: 16-bit color TFT
    • Backlighting: 11-Level LED
    • Backlighting Levels: Adjustable Screen And Keypad
    • Power Output: RMS (PTP): Max 250W RMS, 30,000W Peak to Peak (analog equivalent)
    • Languages: 30
    • Sonar Frequencies: Low, Med, High (CHIRP), 50 kHz/83kHz/200kHz (Narrow Band)
    • Shallow Alarm: Yes
    • Temperature Readings: Yes
    • Operating Voltage: 12V DC (10-17V DC min-max)
    • Media Port: One (1) high-capacity microSD slot
    • Waterproof Standard/Rating: IPx7
    • Navigation: Routes: 100
    • Navigation: Waypoint Storage: 3,000
    • GPS Antenna Type: Internal high-sensitivity WAAS + EGNOS + MSAS (optional external antenna)
    • Plot Trails: Up to 100 trails - up to 10,000 points per trail
    • GPS Alarms: Yes
    • Background Mapping: World reference basemap or (U.S. models) over 3,000 enhanced lake maps with depth contour and shoreline detail, plus coastal depth contours/shoreline detail and spot depth soundings to 1000'/305M
    • NMEA Output: NMEA 0183
    • Power: Blue 10-pin power connector
    • Transducer Port: Blue 7-pin connector for CHIRP Sonar, and narrow-band transducer
    • Product Width: 3.8" \ 96mm
    • Product Depth: 2.2" \ 56mm
    • Product Height: 6.6" \ 168mm (7.5' \ 189mm with bracket)
    • Warranty: One year

  • IceMachine™ Features

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lowrance Elite-4 Chirp Fishfinder/Chartplotter Ice Machine 000-11821-001 Elite-4 Chirp Fishfinder/Chartplotter Ice Machine, with 83-200 khz Ice Transducer
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