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An excellent transducer is the an absolute necessity for your fishfinder! There are 4 main transducer designs available, specified by how they are placed on your vessel: Thru-Hull, Shoot-thru-hull (frequently utilized for fiberglass hulls), transom-mount (finest fit to trailerable size vessels) and also portable transducers. As the name implies, transom mounts are installed on the boat' s transom, directly in the water and also commonly shoot -through hull transducers are epoxied straight to the inside of the boathull. There are transducers readily available for essentially every type and size of vessel. There are likewise sensors you can install that will certainly precisely review your watercraft speed and the surface water temperature level. Because there are a number of variables in transducer types that can drastically influence your fish finder's efficiency, comprehending these variables is the key to picking the best transducer. This publication will certainly help you learn more about what makes a transducer 'tick.' Lots of transducers are readily available with multiple elements for the 50kHz function and a solitary, large size 200kHz element, providing boosted performance.

For entertainment as well as sportfishing applications, the 50/200kHz pairing of regularities uses an ideal equilibrium of both superficial- as well as deep-water performance. The 200kHz regularity generates sharp, crisp pictures in superficial water while 50kHz enables you to " see" much deeper. The very best transducer for your demands will depend upon a number of variables. A range of 50kHz elements enables an extremely tight light beam pattern, suggesting there will certainly be more energy on-target to create return echoes- One huge, committed 200kHz component - its tighter beamwidth as well as higher sensitivity create a far better executing transducer at all power outputs.variable regularity of these transducers allows you to alter the beamwidth and depth capacities. If you are lower angling in 200' of water, the slim high-frequency light beam will display severe bottom information and fish holding tight to framework. If you are angling in deep blue water, the broader, low-frequency beam of light will certainly not only give deep-water lower information, but more notably show you even more of what is around your vessel, including bait which might bring in video game fish. Check out our complete range of transdcuers. All major brand names in stock at affordable rates.