000-12668-001

Lowrance HOOK-9 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combos

Lowrance HOOK-9 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combos

Description

The Lowrance HOOK-9 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo combines the benefits of CHIRP Sonar and DownScan Imaging Technology to give you a clear and complete view of the underwater environment beneath your boat.

Features

  • Lowrance Exclusive, Brilliant, High-Resolution, 9" Color display
  • CHIRP Sonar Plus DownScan Imaging: The Power of Today's Leading Fishfinder Technologies Combined To Provide The Best Possible View Beneath Your Boat
  • Highly Accurate, Built-In GPS Antenna Plus A Detailed US Map Featuring More Than 3,000 Lakes And Rivers And Coastal Contours To 1,000 Feet
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It features enhanced sonar sensitivity, excellent target separation and superior noise rejection, making it easier to see baitfish and gamefish targets. With a built-in GPS antenna and proven navigation features, revisiting your favorite fishing spot is simple with the Hook-9, whether you use the base map, optional high definition chart upgrades, or your own Insight Genesis custom maps.

Features:

  • Optional Americas chart upgrades include Lake Insight™ and Nautic Insight™ PRO and HD, Navionics HotMaps® Premium and Fishing Hotspots® PRO. Global chart upgrade options include Navionics +
  • Use your Insight Genesis™ custom maps created from your own sonar logs
  • DownScan Overlay™ technology overlays DownScan Imaging onto CHIRP Sonar
  • 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
  • Convenient Page selector menu with quick access to all features using one-thumb operation
  • Multi-Window Display lets you quickly choose from pre-set page layouts - including a three-panel view



Specifications:
Overview

  • Display :9" / 229mm
  • Resolution :M 800 x 480
  • Backlighting :11 Level LED
  • Power Output: RMS (PTP) Max 500W RMS
  • Operating Frequency :455/800 kHz (DownScan Imaging™'), Med, High (CHIRP), 83kHz/200kHz
  • Languages:14
  • Media Port:One (1) microSD slot
  • Operating Voltage:12 VDC (10-17 VDC min-max)
  • Warranty:One year



Sonar

  • Max Depth per Type:
  • DownScan Imaging™ at 455 kHz: Max 300' / 91M
  • CHIRP Sonar High Range/200 kHz: 1,000' / 305M
  • CHIRP Sonar Med Range/83 kHz: 1000' / 305M
  • Depth Alarm:Yes
  • Shallow Alarm:Yes
  • Temperature Readings:Yes
  • Transducer Type:Not Included



Display

  • Display Resolution:800 x 480
  • Display Type:16-bit color SolarMAX™ PLUS TFT
  • Display Backlighting:LED
  • Backlighting Levels:Adjustable Screen And Keypad
  • Display Size:9" / 229mm



Technical/Environmental

  • Waterproof Standard/rating: IPx7
  • Product Width: 11.06" \ 281mm
  • Product Depth: 3.13" \ 80mm
  • Product Height: 5.6" \ 157mm



GPS Navigation

  • Routes storage:100
  • Waypoint Storage :3000
  • GPS Antenna Type:Internal high-sensitivity WAAS + EGNOS + MSAS (optional external antenna)
  • Plot Trail storage:Up to 100 trails - up to 10,000 points/trail
  • GPS Alarms:Yes
  • Custom Mapping:Optional Americas chart upgrades include Lake Insight™ and Nautic Insight™ PRO, Navionics HotMaps® Premium and Fishing Hotspots® PRO. Global chart upgrade options include Navionics +
  • Background Mapping:World reference basemap plus over 3,000 enhanced U.S. lake maps with depth contour and shoreline detail, and U.S. coastal depth contours/shoreline detail and spot depth soundings to 1,000' /305M
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Lowrance HOOK-9 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combos 000-12668-001 HOOK-9 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo, No Transducer
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