E26001-PZ

Raymarine P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer

Raymarine P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer

Description

The Raymarine P-79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer ensures is easy to install to acommodate hull deadrise angles up to 22 degrees.

Features

  • Recommended for solid fiberglass hulls
  • No hull protrusions or holes to drill
  • Perfect solution for rigid inflatable boats
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The P79 in-hull transducer easily adjusts to hull deadrise angles up to 22°. This ensures that the beam is vertically oriented to receive echos resulting in accurate depth readings. Unlike traditional "puck" type transducers, our P79 consists of a base that is bonded to the hull and filled with liquid. The separate transducer then attaches to the base with a twist lock. The sound waves travel more efficiently though the liquid, giving the best possible performance.

Features:

  • Depth
  • 200 kHz
  • 600w RMS
  • Mid-performance
  • Plastic
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Raymarine P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer E26001-PZ P79 in-hull adjustable angle transducer for ST60, 600W
$169.99
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