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Garmin GT30-TH Thru-Hull Transducers, Pair

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Garmin GT30-TH Thru-Hull Transducers, Pair
Garmin GT30-TH Thru-Hull Transducers, Pair
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Get ultra-clear sonar pictures of objects, structures, and fish that pass below and to the side of your boat with this 12-pin thru-hull transducer with stainless steel stem. This transducer with built-in, fast-response temperature sensor has a power rating of 500W per element (1,500W total), a depth of 750' (DownVü) and 500' left and right (SideVü), and an operating frequency of CHIRP 455/800 kHz. For hull deadrises up to 25°. Includes 12-pin port and starboard transducers with stainless steel stems, isolation bushings, fairing blocks, Y-cable, mounting hardware, and installation instructions. Maximum depth of 750'.

Compatible Devices:
• GCV 10 Scanning Sonar Module
  • Transducer for thru-hull applications
  • CHIRP technology provides highly detailed images
  • Provides both depth and temperature data
  • Durable, marine-grade construction
Unit Weight
10.00 lb
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