1852061

Minn Kota Garmin Adapter Cable

Minn Kota Garmin Adapter Cable

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The Minn Kota Garmin Adapter Cable connects your trolling motor to your favorite brand of sonar or fishfinder.

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Universal Sonar 2 delivers advanced water temperature sensing and DualBeam PLUS technology for the best view of the waters below. These adapters connect your trolling motor to your favorite brand of sonar or fishfinder (200 kHz and 200/83 kHz DualBeam PLUS™ compatible). Shielded, IP68-rated waterproof connectors are metal tipped to prevent sonar interference.

Compatible Models
MKR-US2-1 Garmin Fishfinder 90, Fishfinder 100, Fishfinder 140, Fishfinder 160, Fishfinder 160C, Fishfinder 250,Fishfinder 250C, Fishfinder 300C, Fishfinder 320C, Fishfinder 340C, Fishfinder 400C, GPSMAP 168,GPSMAP 178C, GPSMAP 198C, GPSMAP 430s, GPSMAP 431s, GPSMAP 530s, GPSMAP 531s,GPSMAP 535s, GPSMAP 536s, Fishfinder 80*, Fishfinder 120**with optional Garmin part number 010-10145-00, sold separately

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Minn Kota Garmin Adapter Cable 1852061 Garmin Adapter Cable
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