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Navico B75M Bronze 20 degree Bronze 12 degree Medium CHIRP - 600W, 7-Pin

Navico B75M Bronze 20 degree Bronze 12 degree Medium CHIRP - 600W, 7-Pin
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B75M Bronze 20° Bronze 12° Medium CHIRP - 600W, 7-Pin

The B75M is a bronze, thru-hull, tilted, medium-frequency (80-130kHz), depth and temperature transducer. The ceramic element is tilted for built-in deadrise compensation, giving excellent echo returns for more accurate depth readings.

CHIRP - Medium-Frequency
CHIRP transducers enable bottom detection with 5 to 10 times greater detail and resolution so precise it's possible to distinguish between individual baitfish, game fish, and underwater structures.

Depth/Temperature
Calculates how deep the water is, so that you can avoid running aground, whilst also incorporating a temperature sensor for accurate water temperature readings.

Easy To Install
CHIRP range is 80kHz-130kHz for good target detail in shallow water and excellent bottom tracking in deep water.

Highly Accurate
Provides extremely accurate data.

12° Tilt
The 20° tilt is ideal for boats with a 8° to 15° hull deadrise.

Low Profile
The low profile housing minimizes drag with just 5mm extending outside of the hull.

Plug & Play Connection
Easily connect to NSS, NSE, NSO or Lowrance.
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