Garmin echo 301dv Fishfinder
3.5 inches; color display. Excellent target separation and bottom tracking. Down. V?? scanning sonar. Advanced HD-ID? and Down. V? all-in-one transducer. Transmit power: 300W RMS/2,400W peak-to-peak (PTP)Includes water surface temperature. Frequency: 77/200 k. Hz and Down. V? included. Maximum depth: 1,500Includes quick-release tilt/swivel mount, transom mount and low-profile transducer mounting kits. The Garmin echo 301dv Fishfinder combines advanced HD-ID and Down. V? scanning sonar one powerful, simple-to-use 3.5 inches; fishfinder. Included is an all-in-one transducer for both HD-ID 77/200 k. Hz and Down. V? sonar capabilities. Enjoy the clearest sonar picture of fish returns and virtual photographic structure detail. Smooth Scaling graphics provide uninterrupted imagery when switching between depth range scales. The echo 301s 2,400W PTP power scans as deep as 1,500. Narrow-to-wide viewing cone angles allow you to target fish in deep or shallow water. Includes quick release tilt/swivel mount and transom and low-profile trolling motor transducer mounts.Manufacturer model #: 010-01255-00.
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