E66008

Raymarine Adjustable In-Hull Transducer

Raymarine Adjustable In-Hull Transducer

Description

The Raymarine Adjustable In-Hull Transducer can be used in conjunction with the E66019 ST69 speed and temperature sensor.

Features

  • 600 Watt Adjustable Angled In Hull Transducer (P79)
  • Depth Only
  • Easily Adjusts To Any Deadrise Angle Up to 22
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$169.99
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Details

 

Compatible with the following Echo Sounders:

 

SL Series: SL755RC, SL760RC , SL1250, and SL1250RC

 

hsb2 Plus Series: L755RC, L760, L760RC, L1250,and L1250RC

 

hsb2 HDFI Series: DSM250, L770D, L770DRC, L1260D, and L1260DRC

 

Compatible hull material: fiberglass

 

Max Power: 600 W

 

Frequency: 200/50 kHz

 

Beam Angles: 200 kHz 11 50 kHz 45

 

Features:

 

  • Depth only.
  • Can be used in conjunction with the E66019 ST69 speed and temperature sensor
  • Easily adjusts to any deadrise angle up to 22
  • Transmits sound waves directly at the bottom so strong echoes are reflected back to the transducer
  • Can be removed in seconds for servicing or storage
  • Only the base piece is bonded to the hull. There is no adhesive layer under the transducer face to absorb sound energy
  • Simplifies in-hull installation

 

30ft (10m) Cable

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Adjustable In-Hull Transducer E66008 Adjustable In-Hull Transducer
$169.99
In Stock
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Airmar Deadrise Angle Finder - Accuracy of ± 1/2 degree ANGLE FINDER AIRMAR DEADRISE ANGLE FINDER ACCURANCY OF +/- 12 DEGREES
$16.85
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