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Navico StructureScan 3D Stainless Steel Thru-Hull Transducer - Pair

Navico StructureScan 3D Stainless Steel Thru-Hull Transducer - Pair
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StructureScan 3D® Stainless Steel Thru-Hull Transducer - Pair

The Dual thru-hull StuctureScan 3D® Stainless Steel transducer for the StructureScan 3D® Sonar Imaging product line, providing more range and greater resolution.

  • These transducers are designed for boats with steep or variable deadrise hull angles, for seamless display of SideScan and DownScan and 3D Imaging.
  • As with transom-mount StructureScan 3D® transducer, the Dual thru-hull Stainless Steel version deliver extreme target detail, bottom discrimination, plus bait and game fish separation at depths to 300'(92M) and a wider range of 600'(183M) Left & Right of coverage.
  • These Dual thru-hull Stainless Steel StructureScan 3D® transducers from Airmar® are available only from Navico exclusively for StructureScan 3D® systems. These sturdy, Dual thru-hull Stainless Steel StructureScan 3D® transducers are resistant to the electrical forces in the environment where it will be used.
  • Each feature a low-profile design that minimizes drag; provide exclusive 3-channel beam, port and starboard SideScan, DownScan Imaging™ and 3D Imaging technology; an optional high-performance fairing is avaliable (000-13581-001) give you greater StructureScan performance at speed; and feature a 30'(9M) transducer cable.
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Navico StructureScan 3D Stainless Steel Thru-Hull Transducer - Pair 000-13560-001 NAVICO STRUCTURESCAN 3D STAINLESS STEEL THRU HULL PAIR
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