E66088

Raymarine B60 Tilted Element Transducers

Raymarine B60 Tilted Element Transducers

Description

The Raymarine B60 Tilted Element Transducers are low-profile housings that compensate for hull deadrise.

Features

  • Engineered for center-console and trailered boats
  • No affect on boat's running performance
  • Arrow on cap points toward keel when installed
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The B60 provides a vertical beam without a fairing. Inside the housing, the ceramic element is tilted to provide built-in deadrise compensation. The resulting vertical beam provides excellent echo returns for more accurate depth readings. The nearly flush housing minimizes drag with only 5 mm (3/16") extending outside of the hull.

Features:

  • Depth/Temp
  • 50/200 kHz
  • 600w RMS
  • Mid-performance
  • Bronze

 

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine B60 Tilted Element Transducers E66088 B60 tilted element transducer for A-series, 12 degrees
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Raymarine B60 Tilted Element Transducers E66086 B60 tilted element transducer for E-series, 12 degrees
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