TransducersGarmin B175H Brnz Tilt Transducer (20° tilt)High Frequency CHIRP
Garmin B175H Brnz Tilt Transducer (20° tilt)High Frequency CHIRP
DetailsGARMIN BRONZE THRU HULL TILTED ELEMENT 20 DEG B175H CHIRPBronze Tilted Transducer with Depth & Temperature (20° tilt) - Airmar B175H
This tilted transducer protrudes less than a quarter of an inch outside the hull and can sit on trailer rollers/bunks without damage.
An excellent choice for fiberglass and wood hulls, this 1 kW barewire, bronze transducer has a maximum depth of 3,000 ft; an operating frequency of 130 to 210 kHz; a beamwidth of 6 to 10 degrees; and mounts on a 16 to 24 degree deadrise angle. The tilted element inside the transducer accommodates all hull deadrises and eliminates the need for a fairing block.
Transducer kit comes with installation instructions. Follow the instructions carefully to avoid damaging your boat.
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