Elite-9 Ti Chartplotter/Fishfinder w/TotalScan Transom Mount Transducer & Insight Pro by C-Map Chart
The Lowrance® Elite-9 Ti is a touchscreen fishfinder/chartplotter that matches popular high-end functions and features with powerful performance, all at an affordable price.
Sporting a 9-inch, high-resolution touchscreen display, Elite-9 Ti has your sonar needs covered with support for StructureScan® HD, Low/Med/High CHIRP and the TotalScan™ all-in-one transducer, which is included.
With built-in C-MAP charts and reliable Lowrance navigation technology, navigation is accurate and easy with Elite-9 Ti. Featuring integrated Bluetooth® and wireless connectivity, Elite-9 Ti allows you to download software updates directly to the unit.
High Resolution Display
Lowrance-exclusive high-resolution 9-inch LED backlit color display
Touchscreen provides fast fingertip access to all Elite-9 Ti features
CHIRP Sonar, StructureScan® HD & DownScan Imaging™
Top-of-the line sonar technologies provide the best possible view of the environment beneath your boat. StructureScan® HD requires TotalScan™ transducer.
Scroll back through your sonar, SideScan or DownScan history to review structure or fish targets and mark the location with a waypoint.
Internal GPS Antenna
Highly accurate built-in GPS antenna plus a detailed U.S. map.
Optional Chart Upgrades
Optional Americas chart upgrades include Insight PRO by C-MAP, Lake Insight HD by C-MAP, C-MAP MAX-N, Navionics® HotMaps® Premium, Navionics + and Fishing Hotspots® PRO.
Built-In Wireless Connectivity
Access to the GoFree™ Cloud where you can shop, purchase, download and immediately use Insight maps, and third-party maps from GoFree partners.
Boat Integration & System Control
Bluetooth® control of Power-Pole® shallow water anchors and SmartSteer™ control of Motorguider Xi5 Trolling Motors.
Available Sonar Frequencies
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