Simrad B175L-20 Chirp Transducer - 20 degree Tilt

Simrad B175L-20 Chirp Transducer - 20 degree Tilt
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B175L-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.

  • 40-60 kHz Low 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 40-60 kHz Low CHIRP frequency range, with a 32-21° beam width. The B175L provides an operating depth of up to 1200M (4000').

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.

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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