1852069

Minn Kota Lowrance/Eagle 6-Pin Adapter Cable

Minn Kota Lowrance/Eagle 6-Pin Adapter Cable

Description

The Minn Kota Lowrance/Eagle 6-Pin Adapter Cable connects your trolling motor to your favorite brand of sonar or fishfinder.

Features

  • IP-68 Rated Waterproof Connectors
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$29.99
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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
Eagle
Cuda 168, Cuda 168EX, Cuda 128, Cuda 240 S/GPS, Cuda 240i S/GPS, Cuda 242, Cuda 250, Cuda 300,Cuda 350, FishElite 320, FishElite 480, FishElite 500C, FishElite 520C, FishElite 640, FishElite 642C,FishMark 320, FishMark 480, FishMark 500C, FishMark 640C, SeaFinder 240DF, SeaFinder 245DS,SeaFinder 250DF, SeaFinder 320DF, SeaFinder 480DF, SeaFinder 500CD, SeaFinder 640C, SeaFinder642C, SeaCharter 320DF, SeaCharter 480DF, SeaCharter 500CDF, FishEasy 2*, FishEasy 245DS,FishEasy 250DS, FishEasy 320C, FishEasy 350C
Lowrance
X-47, X-47EX, X-50DS, X-67C, X-86DS, X-96, M-52i, M-56, M-56i, M-68C, M-68i, Elite-5, Elite-5X, Mark-5X, Mark-5X PRO

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Lowrance/Eagle 6-Pin Adapter Cable 1852069 Lowrance/Eagle 6-Pin Adapter Cable
$29.99
In Stock
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