T70318

Raymarine RV-212 RealVision 3D™ Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer Pair Pack - 12° - 8M Cable & Y-Cable

Raymarine RV-212 RealVision 3D™ Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer Pair Pack - 12° - 8M Cable & Y-Cable
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RealVision 3D™ Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer Pair Pack - 12° - 8M Cable & Y-Cable

Designed for inboard or outboard boats, the RV-212 Bronze Through Hull Transducer System lets you easily identify structures and locate fish with the life-like clarity of RealVision 3D™ sonar.

The RV-212 system is a 4-channel, Wide Spectrum CHIRP transducer system with DownVision™, SideVision™, high frequency CHIRP fish targeting and RealVision 3D™ sonar inside. The transducer system has a built-in attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) that stabilizes the sonar imagery, automatically compensating for vessel motion. You’ll enjoy crystal-clear imagery in waves, swells, and while maneuvering. The RV-212 system also has a built-in fast response water temperature sensor for quick, accurate readings.

Raymarine’s RV-212 Bronze Through Hull Transducer system pack contains a pair of RealVision 3D transducers with internal offset to accommodate hull deadrise angles from 1° to 12°. This completely eliminates the need for fairing blocks. The low-profile design slips effortlessly through the water without causing drag or cavitation. The near-flush RV-212 system works great on trailered boats too.

The RV-212 system features rugged cast-bronze through hull bodies suitable for fiberglass or wooden hulls. One transducer transmits and receives to port and downwards, the other to starboard and downwards, ensuring a full 180° of underwater coverage even on boats with deep keels or other underwater protrusions. Each transducer features a 2M pigtail, joining y-cable and 8-meter extension cable, resulting in an overall cable length of 10M (33'.)

What’s in the Box?

  • RV-212P Bronze Port Transducer with 2M cable
  • RV-212S Bronze Starboard Transducer with 2M cable
  • RealVision 3D Transducer Y-Cable
  • RealVision 3D 8M (26') Transducer Extension Cable
  • Anti-rotation bolt kit
  • Installation instructions
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