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Navico M260 Plastic In-Hull Transducer

Navico M260 Plastic In-Hull Transducer

Description

The Navico M260 Plastic In-Hull Transducer was designed with Airmar's exclusive Broadband Ceramic Technology.

Features

  • Top-Of-The-Line Broadband, In-Hull Transducer
  • Recommended For Solid Fiberglass Huts
  • Depth Only
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$1049.00
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The 200 kHz element provides broadband performance resulting in higher-resolution without sacrificing sensitivity. Combined with a seven-element 50 kHz array, this in hull has excellent deep-water detection. Because the M260 has narrow beams at both frequencies, separation of individual targets and the ability to distinguish between fish and the bottom makes finding fish easy.

Compatible with Lowrance HDS Series and Simrad NSE Series Multifunction Display Units.

Features

  • Innovative tank design allows for bow-stern or port-starboard mounting
  • Non-toxic anti-freeze (propylene glycol) is used to fill the tank
  • Boat Size: 8 m (25') and up
  • 50/200
  • 1KW
  • High Performance
  • Urethane
  • Comes with Mounting Tank
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    Navico M260 Plastic In-Hull Transducer 106-91 M260 Plastic In-Hull Transducer, with Tank Kit
    $951.84
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