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Simrad B175H-20 CHIRP Transducer - 20 degree Tilt

Simrad B175H-20 CHIRP Transducer - 20 degree Tilt
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B175H-20 CHIRP Transducer - 20° Tilt

The B175L is a bronze, thru-hull CHIRP transducer, ideal for sportfishing and commercial vessels up to 8M (25') in length. This single-channel transducer offers Low CHIRP only, for great depth penetration.

Features:
  • 130-210 kHz High CHIRP with 32-21° beam width
  • Up to 1200M (4000') range
  • 7 internal broadband ceramics
  • Thru-hull with bronze housing
  • Suitable for fiberglass and wood hulls
  • Ideal for sportfishing and commercial vessels up to 8M (25') in length
  • Recommended for use with the BSM-3 broadband sounder module, SonarHub sounder module & Simrad NSS evo2 multifunction displays


Single Channel CHIRP
Using pulsed transmissions swept across a range of frequencies, CHIRP technology delivers target resolution and depth penetration superior to traditional single-frequency sonar. This single channel CHIRP transducer operates anywhere in the 130-210 kHz High CHIRP frequency range, with a 32-21° beam width. The B175L provides an operating depth of up to 1200M (4000').

Depth/Temperature
One sensor does it all. Able to measure both depth and temperature in a single package, the B175L simplifies installation and requires just one connection to your echosounder module or multifunction display.

Deadrise Compensation
The B175L's 20° tilt to compensate for deadrises of 16-24°. With ceramic elements tilted inside the housing to aim the beam straight down without a fairing block, these transducers are able to deliver more accurate depth readings and best cover the area directly beneath your boat.

Mounting
With bronze housing, the B175L is suitable for thru-hull mounting in fiberglass and wood hulls. Thru-hull mounting places the transducer in the water on the outside of your boat's hull; a hole must be drilled for installation. This typically offers the best depth measurement and fishfinding performance.
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