Standard Horizon DST526 Bronze Triducer w/Fairing Block

Standard Horizon DST526 Bronze Triducer w/Fairing Block
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This DST526 multisensor features depth, speed, and temperature in a single housing-drill only one hole in the boat! The 50/200 kHz, dual-frequency, single ceramic element provides good target detail in shallow water at 200 kHz and good deep-water bottom tracking at 50 kHz. The DST526's extended stem-length has the extra height needed for steep-deadrise vessels or thick, cored hulls.

Bronze 2" thru-hull triducer (speed, temp, depth). Includes fairing block.

  • Depth, Speed, & Temp
  • 50/200 kHz
  • 600 W RMS
  • Mid-performance
  • Bronze
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