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Furuno P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer

  • Function: Depth, Material: Plastic, Adjustable up to 22°
  • Frequency: 50 / 200 kHz, Cone: 45° / 12°, Power: 600 Watts RMS
  • Applications: Furuno GP 1670F and GP1870F
  • Item #: 
    260127
    Brand: 
    Furuno
    Model #: 

    520-IHD

    Packaged Weight: 
    1.75 Lbs.
    List Price: 
    $175.00
    Our Price:
    $143.99
    260127 Furuno Furuno P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer 520-IHD

    Features:

    • Applications: Solid Fiberglass hulls
      • See "Installation Instructions" below
      • Epoxies to aluminum hulls under 3.8 mm (0.125”) thick
      • Recommended for planing-hull power boats, trailered boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS), and racing sailboats
    • Deadrise Intuitive
      • Accommodates a deadrise angle up to 22°
      • The unique adjustable-angle design ensures the beam is vertically oriented for maximum echo returns and the best possible performance
      • Because the transducer is mounted inside the hull, it is the perfect solution for rigid inflatable boats (RIBS) and racing sailboats
      • Easy Install
        • Mount the base flange inside the hull
        • Adjust the locking ring for the correct hull deadrise angle
        • Fill the base with non-toxic anti-freeze (propylene glycol)
        • Turn and lock the transducer into the base
    • Airmar Model Number: P79

    Specifications:

    • Applications: Furuno GP 1670F and GP1870F
    • Plastic In-Hull Mount for Shoot-Through Hull Applications
    • Includes 30 Foot Cable with 10-Pin Connector
    • Install Type: In Hull Housing
    • Type: Plastic
    • Power Rating: 600 Watts
    • Frequency: 50 and 200 kHz
    • Beam Angles: 45/12 degree

    Installation Notes:

    • About Fiberglass Hulls:
      • The fiberglass hull below the transducer must be solid
      • Since the hull absorbs acoustic energy, transmitting through the hull reduces the transducer’s performance
      • Fiberglass hulls are often reinforced in places for added strength or to reduce weight
      • These cored areas contain balsa wood or structural foam which are poor sound conductors
      • Do not locate the transducer over coring
    • CAUTION: Do not mount the transducer near water intake or discharge openings or behind strakes, fittings, or hull irregularities that will disturb the water flow

    Click Here for Installation Instructions for this Product

     
    Furuno P79 In-Hull Adjustable Angle Transducer
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    Features:

    • Applications: Solid Fiberglass hulls
      • See "Installation Instructions" below
      • Epoxies to aluminum hulls under 3.8 mm (0.125”) thick
      • Recommended for planing-hull power boats, trailered boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS), and racing sailboats
    • Deadrise Intuitive
      • Accommodates a deadrise angle up to 22°
      • The unique adjustable-angle design ensures the beam is vertically oriented for maximum echo returns and the best possible performance
      • Because the transducer is mounted inside the hull, it is the perfect solution for rigid inflatable boats (RIBS) and racing sailboats
      • Easy Install
        • Mount the base flange inside the hull
        • Adjust the locking ring for the correct hull deadrise angle
        • Fill the base with non-toxic anti-freeze (propylene glycol)
        • Turn and lock the transducer into the base
    • Airmar Model Number: P79

    Specifications:

    • Applications: Furuno GP 1670F and GP1870F
    • Plastic In-Hull Mount for Shoot-Through Hull Applications
    • Includes 30 Foot Cable with 10-Pin Connector
    • Install Type: In Hull Housing
    • Type: Plastic
    • Power Rating: 600 Watts
    • Frequency: 50 and 200 kHz
    • Beam Angles: 45/12 degree

    Installation Notes:

    • About Fiberglass Hulls:
      • The fiberglass hull below the transducer must be solid
      • Since the hull absorbs acoustic energy, transmitting through the hull reduces the transducer’s performance
      • Fiberglass hulls are often reinforced in places for added strength or to reduce weight
      • These cored areas contain balsa wood or structural foam which are poor sound conductors
      • Do not locate the transducer over coring
    • CAUTION: Do not mount the transducer near water intake or discharge openings or behind strakes, fittings, or hull irregularities that will disturb the water flow

    Click Here for Installation Instructions for this Product

     
     
     

     
     

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