Airmar B175 CHIRP High Frequency 0d Tilted Element With Navico 7-Pin Mix-N-Match Cable
The transducer’s ceramic elements are permanently tilted inside the housing to compensate for the hull deadrise. This ensures the beam is aimed straight down, resulting in maximum echo returns and eliminating the need for a fairing
Flush/tilted transducers mount through a hole drilled in any fiberglass, metal or wooden hull, with the outside of the fitting flush against the exterior hull surface. Inside the fitting, the transducer’s active elements are permanently tilted to an angle to compensate for the hull deadrise, ensuring the sonar beam is aimed straight down.
High Frequency = Greater Detail (ex. 130-210 kHz) - More sensitive to small targets and will send back detailed information which will display as crisp, high-resolution images on the echosounder screen. Best for shallower water and popular with anglers fishing at depths less than 1500 feet