Retractable Triducer

Airmar’s new retractable triducer is featured by Motor Boating Magazine.
“The real advantage of this triducer is its ability to work with either analog or digital instruments that digitize data in a main housing or simply use NMEA 1083 or 2000 data. The digital triducer works with networking systems from Simrad, Furuno and Raymarine. This unit can span 45 degrees horizontally, making it perfect for use in a hull with a 22-degree deadrise. It also supports a 235-kHz frequency, so it doesn’t compete with the standard 50/200-kHz frequency of fishfinders that may already be on board.”

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