Humminbird® PiranhaMAX 175PT Dual-beam Sonar Fishfinder

Item # WX2-282899

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Expected availability: 9/25/2014

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Humminbird® PiranhaMAX 175PT Dual - beam Sonar Fishfinder. Fish - finding excellence in a take - along package!

Wide and narrow dual-beam sonar coverage, 600-ft. depth and amazingly simple control... all wrapped up in a portable package you'll love, including a soft-shell carry case, suction cup transducer, integral cable storage and 7 Ah battery and charger. Spend less time trying to find those whoppers, and more time fishing... Humminbird to the rescue!

Dual-beam Sonar Fishfinder

Display Size Display Pixels:
  • 4" diagonal: 240V x 160H
Display Size Display Type:
  • 4" diagonal: FSTN LCD
Display Size Display Colors:
  • 4" diagonal: 16-level grayscale
Display Size Sonar:
  • 4" diagonal: Dual-beam
Display Size Sonar Coverage:
  • 4" diagonal: 28° and 16° @ -10 dB
Display Size Sonar Frequency:
  • 4" diagonal: 200 kHz
Display Size Target Separation:
  • 4" diagonal: 2 1/2"
Display Size Power Output:
  • 4" diagonal: 200W (RMS) 1,600W (peak-to-peak)
Display Size Current Draw:
  • 4" diagonal: 100 mA
Display Size Depth Capability:
  • 4" diagonal: 600'
Display Size Temperature:
  • 4" diagonal: Yes
Display Size Backlight:
  • 4" diagonal: Yes
Display Size Waterproof:
  • 4" diagonal: Yes
Display Size Unit Size:
  • 4" diagonal: 3 7/8 x 6 1/2 x 3 1/2" d.
Display Size Mount:
  • 4" diagonal: Tilt and Swivel
Display Size Transducer:
  • 4" diagonal: XNT-9-28-T
Display Size Transducer Mount:
  • 4" diagonal: Suction Cup
Display Size Power Input:
  • 4" diagonal: 10-20 VDC
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