T121

Raymarine T121 Hull Transmitter

Raymarine T121 Hull Transmitter

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The Raymarine T121 Hull Transmitter allows displays to use wind direction to automatically determine which hull transducer supplies the information needed.

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No switches required. You need two hull transmitters for this configuration.

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Raymarine T121 Hull Transmitter T121 T121 hull transmitter
$499.99
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