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Garmin GCV 10 Thru Hull Transducers..First look & Pricing

Old 10-08-2014, 07:43 PM
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Default Garmin GCV 10 Thru Hull Transducers..First look & Pricing

All with manufacture warranty.
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PM me or Email: travis.g@sbcglobal.net 1-800-925-0341










The NEW GCV 10 thru hull transducers are now in stock

GT30-TH...........( the single) $545
GT30-THP (The Pair)...............$959
GCV-10 by itself..............$325.
GCV10 with transom mount transducer......$479.




GT30-TH
Single thru hull that can be used with or without a fairing.
Garmin GT30-TH - Stainless Steel Thru-hull DownVü/SideVü 500W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Scanning Transducer with Temp, for Hull Deadrises Less Than 5°















(12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12089-10
This transducer with built-in fast response temperature sensor has a power rating of 500 W per element (1,500 W total); a depth of 750 ft (DownVü) and 500 ft left and right (SideVü); an operating frequency of CHIRP 455/800 kHzš; for hull deadrises less than 5 degrees. Pair it with your GCV™ 10 scanning sonar module.

Includes transducer with stainless steel stem, fairing block, isolation plate and bushings, extension cable, mounting hardware and installation instructions.


GT30-THP
Garmin GT30-THP - Stainless Steel Thru-hull Pair DownVü/SideVü 500W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Scanning Transducers with Temp, for Hull Deadrises from 5° to 25° (12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12089-11
Get ultra-clear sonar pictures of objects, structure and fish that pass below and to the side of your boat with these 12-pin thru-hull transducer with stainless steel stems.

These transducers with built-in fast response temperature sensors have a power rating of 500 W per element (1,500 W total); a depth of 750 ft (DownVü) and 500 ft left and right (SideVü); an operating frequency of CHIRP 455/800 kHzš; for hull deadrises from 5 degrees to 25 degrees. Pair them with your GCV™ 10 scanning sonar module.

Includes 12-pin port and starboard transducers with stainless steel stems, isolation bushings, fairing blocks, Y-cable, mounting hardware and installation instructions.

Also of note...
The Y-cable is also available as an accessory and could be used to connect up a pair of transom mounted sidevu transducers if someone wanted to go that route....this will allow one to work around a large outboard engine that would normally block a singe unit.

Can be installed on metal or glass boats.






Isolation plate for mounting the GT30-TH without the fairing.
These transducers can be mounted on both glass and metal boats alike.

These units will be available as a single, or a pair ...and can be used on metal or glass boats.
The Single GT3-TH can be use with ..or without the fairing .
The GCV 10 will also be available by itself.


Link to article about the GCV-10 on Panbo:
http://themarineinstallersrant.blogs...alling-garmin-
side-and-downvu.html






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Old 10-09-2014, 02:46 PM
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Gil, What is the GCV-10 with transom mount ducer cost?
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The GCV10 with a transom mount is $489.


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Thx Gil.
And thanks for taking the time to explain several options to me over the phone.
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Pertaining the the GTH30

Two quick questions:

1.) What is the return policy in case I size it up, and I do not feel I can make it work ?? (Obviously it would be in PERFECT/UNUSED and not installed condition)

2.) In your experience, how close can I mount this to centerline without having to worry about cavitation issues. I think that at dead center i would be OK, but a little concerned when I come off center. I have the room to mount it about 12 inches in from the transom if that would help ??
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racer,
I am looking to mount the GT30 on my SH Triton as well. I believe the flat section at the stern would be perfect, although I could be wrong.

Gil, is farther forward better than closer to the stern?
What does the isolation plate do? Just cover up the metal section of the ducer?
And, does it require 3 holes to mount (2 small, one large), or can it be mounted with a single large hole for the stem and cable?
Thanks,
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Originally Posted by CAP1 View Post
racer,
I am looking to mount the GT30 on my SH Triton as well. I believe the flat section at the stern would be perfect, although I could be wrong.

Gil, is farther forward better than closer to the stern?
What does the isolation plate do? Just cover up the metal section of the ducer?
And, does it require 3 holes to mount (2 small, one large), or can it be mounted with a single large hole for the stem and cable?
Thanks,
While any boat is on plane the area of contact on the hull can be greatly reduced.
You want to mount the ducer so that it is running in that are of contact..and closer to the stern is a positive.

The isolator is mainly for mounting on metal hulls.

And yes..three holes ...a main stem and 2 small bolt.
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Thanks Gil.
Makes sense.
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what a great fishing machine of the boat...what is it?
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Originally Posted by jaxy View Post
what a great fishing machine of the boat...what is it?
In Alaska and down thru the Pacific Northwest..we use a good many aluminum boats ,,they can take a beating and keep going.









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this are best looking fishing machines ,for me...
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Gil,
Does the GT30 come with a template for drilling the holes to mount it?
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Originally Posted by CAP1 View Post
Gil,
Does the GT30 come with a template for drilling the holes to mount it?
Yes..and very easy to install.
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Thx Gil.
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Gill I received the order and everything looks good, three days very fast. I will post the results after the installation thank you very much
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I just purchased a 741xs in the box mainly just for the chirp. I also have a 740s installed now. What transducer would you recommend for the chirp? I like the downvu feature. Not sure if I need a box for sidevu.
I fish between 80-300 feet mainly.
Also, do you think I can connect the 2 units, and just use the 740s for gps?
What would you reccommend?
Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by loyski View Post
I just purchased a 741xs in the box mainly just for the chirp. I also have a 740s installed now. What transducer would you recommend for the chirp? I like the downvu feature. Not sure if I need a box for sidevu.
I fish between 80-300 feet mainly.
Also, do you think I can connect the 2 units, and just use the 740s for gps?
What would you reccommend?
Thanks in advance
For CHIRP traditional sonar you can use a transom mounted TM150M...or a thru hull B150M..

Or you can use a All In One GT20-Tm..it will give 77/200 khz sonar (Not a CHIRP) and also CHIRP down Vu.
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So the gt 20 will do downvu? I'm looking for a ducer that is transom mounted, that will do chirp & downvu.
Thanks again
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So the gt 20 will do downvu? I'm looking for a ducer that is transom mounted, that will do chirp & downvu.
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All-in-one HD-ID and DownVu Transducer (8 pin)...CHIRP capable in DownVu
Part Number: 010-12087-01....GT20-TM

Has a power rating of 500 watts traditional and a operating frequency of 77/200 kHz in traditional sonar.

The DownVu operates at 455 kHz but also operates in the CHIRP mode with the xs series GPSMAP units such as the 1020xs,1040xs, 527xs, 547xs, 721xs, 741xs 820xs,840xs...and the new xsv units.

If used with a dv unit such as the 50dv or 70dv it will still operate at 455 kHz but not in a CHIRP mode..traditional only.


For the 741xs there are no single transducers that give both CHIRP and DownVu.

To get that you need the 7607xvs and the GT50M.


What most people do wiht the 741xs is use the Tm150 for CHIRP sonar and the GCV 10 and its transducer for downVu




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Gil,
Is the GT30-TH the same as the downvu/sidevu transom mount dicer for to use with a GCV10?
Still exploring different options.
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