What is an airmar transducer?
Marine-Mammal Acoustic Deterrents. Designed to prevent marine animals from entering dangerous and unwanted areas, these products emit acoustic barriers that warn, or cause discomfort to marine mammals when they approach. Algae Prevention.
Can you turn on a fish finder out of water?
It is not recommended to run a FishFinder and transducer on a boat that is not in the water as you will not get any readings from the transducer. Without the water, the transducer could burn out and have issues if left running for an extended period of time out of the water.
Can you run 2 transducers at the same time?
While it is not recommended that more than one transducer be run simultaneously, there can be multiple transducers installed on a boat. For best results, two transducers need to have at least a 50 kHz difference in their frequencies to not cause interference.
How do I choose the best transducer?
The transducer must be sensitive enough to produce detectable output. Operating Range. The transducer should maintain the range requirements and have a good resolution over its entire range. The rating of the transducer should be sufficient so that it does not breakdown while working in its specified operating range.
What kind of transducer is the Airmar tm265lh?
The TM265LH transducer includes all these frequencies plus every other frequency in the high and low bandwidths. This powerhouse transducer delivers excellent resolution, bottom discrimination, and bait and game-fish separation at all depths.
What kind of frequency does Airmar b265lh have?
Airmar’s B265LH is packed with a seven-element, low-frequency array that operates between 42 and 65 kHz for excellent deep-water performance. The high-frequency ceramic operates between 130 and 210 kHz with a narrow, 10° to 6°, beam—perfect for picking apart structure and pinpointing tight-holding fish in structure.
Which is the best transducer for deep water fishing?
This powerhouse transducer delivers excellent resolution, bottom discrimination, and bait and game-fish separation at all depths. The TM265LH is packed with a seven-element, low-frequency array that operates between 42 and 65 kHz for excellent deep-water performance.
How long has Lowrance been in the industry?
Since first pioneering recreational fish-finding technology 60 years ago, Lowrance® has changed the landscape of the marine electronics industry with continued sonar and transducer innovation.