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Humminbird SmartCast RF15 Advanced Mobile Station

Humminbird SmartCast RF15 Advanced Mobile Station

Only Humminbird is Smart. Cast brings you real-time views of fish, bottom and structure wherever you cast the green wireless Remote Sonar Sensor (RSS). Get all the benefits of a traditional fishfinder in a small, lightweight, battery-powered unit - boat optional!

Features: Large 4 inches diagonal display with 160V x 132H grayscale display. 100 ft. remote operating range and 100 ft. depth capability. Large, easy-to-see digital depth readout. Illuminated Advanced RSS with water surface temperature. Ultra-wide sonar coverage equal to twice the water depth. One-Touch menu navigation easily controls Fish. ID+, depth range, fish alarm and sensitivity. Advanced RSS typically lasts for 500 hours of in-the-water usage. Wet Switch technology maximizes battery life by automatically shutting down when the Advanced RSS is out of water. Includes one waterproof programmable Advanced RSS for either Channel A or B operation mode. Backlight for night fishing. Waterproof design. Display powered by 8 replaceable AA batteries (not included). Rugged carry case with non-skid bottom and Remote Sonar Sensor (RSS) storage.

Specifications: Display size: 3-7/8 inches diagonal. Display matrix: 160V x 132H pixels. Display type: FSTN LCD. Depth capability: 100 ft. Sonar coverage: 90 degree Cone Angle. Operating frequency: 115 k. Hz.

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