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Old 02-14-2020, 09:38 PM
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Does Airmar still make the PM111LH? If not, what replaces it?
move looked online and I can’t find anyone carrying them, so I’m thinking they may have done away with them.
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Airmar now uses the part number: CM111C-LH..

Pocket/Keel mount.
Low Band 38-75 kHz / Beam width 19-10°
High Band 130-210 kHz / Beam width 8-4°

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Thank you Gil, I was hoping you would chime in.
Will that transducer be a good match for a FCV 295?
I run a charter boat and we fish wrecks and natural bottom from 60’ to 300’, but we also do some deep dropping in depths up to 800’.
I’m wanting a wide beam on the low side to help find new spots, and a narrow beam on the high side so I can pinpoint specific fish or fine detail on the bottom.

I also plan on upgrading the machine at some point and want a transducer that will not be outdated when I do.
Thanks.
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If I remember right Airmar makes a PM with a super wide low element. I wish that they made it in their tank mount, but I was out of luck.
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Originally Posted by AquaStar View Post
Thank you Gil, I was hoping you would chime in.
Will that transducer be a good match for a FCV 295?
I run a charter boat and we fish wrecks and natural bottom from 60’ to 300’, but we also do some deep dropping in depths up to 800’.
I’m wanting a wide beam on the low side to help find new spots, and a narrow beam on the high side so I can pinpoint specific fish or fine detail on the bottom.

I also plan on upgrading the machine at some point and want a transducer that will not be outdated when I do.
Thanks.
The FCV 295 and the CM111LH will be a very good system.

http://www.airmar.com/uploads/PressRelease/Press Release - Airmar CHIRP Transducers Achieve Superior Results for Both CHIRP-Ready and Non-Chirp Sounders.pdf


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