Fishfinders / GPSLowrance Elite-7 HDI Chartplotter/Fishfinder Combo Display Only
Lowrance Elite-7 HDI Chartplotter/Fishfinder Combo Display Only
DetailsLOWRANCE ELITE-7 HDI COMBO NO TRANSDUCERElite-7 HDI Combo Fishfinder/Chartplotter No Transducer
Hybrid Dual Imaging (HDI) - The power of two award-winning
technologies combined to provide the best-possible view beneath your boat.
Broadband Sounder -- excellent for marking fish arches and tracking
lure action -- PLUS DownScan Imaging that reveals easy-to-understand,
picture-like detail of structure and bottom with no interpretation needed.
70% Larger Elite Color Display - Brilliant, widescreen visibility and
viewing detail in all conditions.
Now With DownScan Imaging Overlay -- Exclusive technology overlays
DownScan Imaging onto Broadband Sounder display for one stunning view that
separates and clearly exposes fish targets from surrounding structure.
Overlay transparency and color palettes are fully adjustable.
TrackBack Into Sonar History -- Immediate scroll back in sonar
history to review covered areas and pinpoint spots (saves time and fuel
trying to re-trace your path). With chartplotter models, simply mark a
waypoint at your cursor location with the press of a button.
Proven ASP (Advanced Signal Processing) - Reduces manual
adjustments to automatically see fish, structure and bottom detail more
HDI Transducer Options -- Broadband Sounder (83/200 kHz) plus
DownScan Imaging (455/80 kHz) for depths to 1,000 feet, or Broadband Sounder
(50/200 kHz) plus DownScan Imaging (455/800 kHz) for depths to 2,500 feet.
DSI signal features a maximum depth capability of 300 feet. Elite-7X also
works with traditional 83/200 kHz and 50/200 kHz Skimmer transom-mount
transducers. All Airmar transducers used with HDS are also compatible with
Reliable Navigation That's Easy To Use - Highly accurate, built-in
GPS antenna plus a detailed U.S. background map, with optional charting
upgrades to Navionics Gold and HotMaps Premium, Fishing Hotspots PRO as well
as Lake Insight and Nautic Insight PRO. Works with high-capacity micro SD
Advanced NMEA 2000 Networking Compatibility - Allows waypoint sharing
among networked displays, plus the addition of an external GPS antenna, if
needed, for installations beneath a covered hard top.
Multi-Window Displays - Let's you choose up to three panels in
split-screen mode to view chart, sonar and DownScan Imaging -- all on one
All-New, Page Selector - An easier-to-use menu system with quick
access to all features using one-thumb operation.
Supported by Lowrance Advantage Service program and limited one-year
- Lowrance Elite-7 HDI head unit
- Gimbal Bracket & Knobs
- Power Cable
|Display||7" / 178mm
|Resolution||800 x 480|
|Power Output: RMS (PTP)||Max 250W RMS, 30,000W Peak to Peak analog equivalent|
|Operating Frequency||(50/200 kHz or 83/200 kHz) + 455/800 kHz|
|Operating Voltage||12 vDC (10-17 vDC min-max)|
|Display Resolution||800 x 480|
|Display Type||16-bit color, Full VGA SolarMax PlusTFT|
|Backlighting Levels||Adjustable Screen|
|Display Size||7 inches / 178 mm|
|EchoSounder Frequencies||(50/200 or 83/200 kHz) + 455/800 kHz|
|Transducer Type||Multiple selections Lowrance and Airmar|
|Max Depth per Type||
DownScan Imaging: Max 300 ft / 91 m @ 455/800 KHz
|Product Width||9.26 inches / 235 mm|
|Product Depth||3.0 inches / 76 mm|
|Product Height||5.95 inches / 151 mm|
|Power Supply (Supply Voltage)||12 vDC (10-17 vDC min-max)|
|Navigation: Waypoint Storage||3000|
|GPS Antenna Type||Internal high-sensitivity GPS+WAAS|
|Plot Trails||Up to 100 trails - up to 10,000 points / trail|
|Background Mapping||Worldwide background map|
|NMEA Output||NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183|
|Output Power [kW]||12 W (0.9 A @ 13 vDC)|
What is HDI?
Hybrid Dual Imaging, or HDI, is the new sonar technology from Lowrance. HDI combines the BroadBand technology found in the traditional sonar of the HDS series with the DownScan Imaging technology found in the Mark/Elite DSI series. This capability allows the user to have unparalleled image definition and clarity in any water column.
What networking capabilities does Elite-7 have?
The Lowrance Elite-7 does come with a NMEA2000 port that can be found on the back with the Power and Sonar connectors. Currently, the Elite-7 will allow for external GPS data input and waypoint sharing via a NMEA2000 connection.
What are the transducer options for Elite-7?
The Elite-7 uses the same Lowrance Blue-connector transducer and power inputs that
What is special about the HDI transducer?
The HDI transducer is capable of producing both a traditional sonar image and a Lowrance DownScan Image.
What frequencies does the HDI transducer use?
The HDI transducer comes in two frequency configurations, 83/200/455/800kHz and 50/200/455/800kHz. In both instances the 455/800kHz frequencies are what produce the DownScan Image and either the 83/200kHz or 50/200kHz frequencies produce the traditional sonar image. 455/800kHz DownScan Imaging is capable of maintaining depth and water column information to 300 feet deep. 83/200kHz traditional sonar imaging is capable of maintaining depth and water column information to 1,000 feet deep. 50/200kHz traditional sonar imaging is capable of maintaining depth and water column information to 2,500 feet deep. It is important to choose the correct transducer for your application.
Are there physical differences in the HDI transducers?
While both transducers feature the standard Lowrance Skimmer style transom mount, the 83/200 HDI transducer also features a modular design found in current DSI transducers. This modular design allows for an optional low profile trolling motor mount to reduce impacts to the transducer. Due to the overall size of the 50/200kHz HDI transducer does not feature this modular design.
What is different, or the same, between an Elite-7 HDI and an HDS-7 Gen2 (non-Touch)?
The Elite-7 HDI features DownScan Imaging standard as well as traditional sonar, but is not compatible with other sonar modules. The HDS-7 Gen2 features traditional sonar as well as the ability to add Down- and Side-Imaging with accessory modules. The HDS series has full NMEA 2000 networking capability, including an Ethernet port, to add options like enhanced sonar, radar, weather, radio and more. The Elite series can only take NMEA 2000 information for GPS and waypoints only with a Point-1 antenna, and lacks the ethernet port. The HDS series can also use Navionics Platinum and HotMaps Platinum charts, and the Elite series cannot.
Which Lowrance Series is for me?
If you plan to use the device as a stand-alone for GPS and Sonar only, then the Elite series is a great value. If you plan to add enhanced or deep-water sonar, marine radar, weather receivers, networked components, and/or navigational charts that contain port photos, satellite views, and 3D modes, then you should upgrade to an HDS series model.
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