E66054

Raymarine Optional High Speed TM Transducers

Raymarine Optional High Speed TM Transducers

Description

The Raymarine Optional High Speed TM Transducer produces focused beams which highlight the detail in the water column and in the bottom structure.

Features

  • Depth, speed, and temperature sensor in one housing
  • Recessed waterflow channel protects paddlewheel
  • Accommodates transom angles between 2° and 20°
List Price
$159.97
Your Price
$157.48
In Stock

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Details

600 Watt Optional High Speed transom mount transducer with depth speed and temperature. Dual Frequency 200/50 KHz. (P66)

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: metal, wood and fiberglass

 

Max Power: 600 W

 

Frequency: 200/50 kHz

 

Beam Angles: 200 kHz 11 50 kHz 45

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Optional High Speed TM Transducers E66054 Optional high speed TM transducer, 30-meter cable
$157.48
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$169.99
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