000-12568-001

Lowrance Totalscan Skimmer Transom Mount Transducer

Lowrance Totalscan Skimmer Transom Mount Transducer

Description

The Lowrance Totalscan Skimmer Transom Mount Transducer matches proven CHIRP sonar with StructureScan HD and DownScan Imaging technology, making it possible to target fish and search for fish-holding structure with the same transducer.

Features

  • All-In-One Transducer Featuring CHIRP Sonar/ Structure Scan HD, and DownScan Imaging
  • Also Supports 83/200kHz Broadband Sounder Frequencies
  • Supports Medium And High CHIRP Sonar Frequencies
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The TotalScan transducer features multiple mounting options and is fully compatible with displays featuring integrated StructureScan HD, like Lowrancer HDS Gen3, Elite-7 Ti, Elite-5 Ti, Simrad NSS evo2, and NSO evo2 via the SonarHub Sounder Module.

The TotalScan transducer is one of four new transducers that feature the new xSonic (9-pin black)

An adapter cable will be available to connect xSonic (9-pin black) transducers to legacy displays that have a 7-pin blue connector.

Note: When a TotalScan transducer is connected to a legacy display with a 7-pin blue connector, the side-scanning feature will not function.

Features

  • Supports 455/800kHz StructureScan HD frequencies
  • Multiple mounting options
  • Fully compatible with Lowrance HDS Gen3, HDS Gen2 Touch, Elite-7Ti, Elite-5Ti, Simrad NSS evo2, and NSO evo2 via SonarHub Sounder Module
  • Compatible with select legacy displays (Requires xSonic transducer adapter - side-scanning sonar not supported on legacy products)
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Lowrance Totalscan Skimmer Transom Mount Transducer 000-12568-001 Totalscan Skimmer Transom Mount Transducer, 455/800
$299.00
In Stock

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