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Garmin's Side and Down Vu Transducer spec's

Old 03-01-2015, 09:51 AM
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Garmin has now posted sone information that has been asked for...,the specs on their ducers

1) Garmin GT30-TM – Transom Mount DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Scanning Transducer with Temp (12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12089-00.


Weight: 1.08 lbs. (2.39 kg)
Cable length: 20’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 7.8 x 1.5 x 0.9 in (198 x 38 x 22 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
DownVü: 500 W
SideVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
DownVü: 750 ft
SideVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
DownVü:
1.4x53@455
0.8x30@800
SideVü:
1.1x53@455
0.7x30@800
Read water temperature: Yes

2) Garmin GT20-TM – Transom Mount DownVü 500 W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Traditional 500 W (77/200 kHz) Transducer with Temp (8-pin)
Part Number: 010-12087-01


Weight: 0.79 lbs. (1.74 kg)
Cable length: 20’
Number of pins on connector: 8
Dimensions:
Transducer: 5.9 x 2.0 x 0.9 in (150 x 52 x 22 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: 77/200 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 435-475 kHz and CHIRP 800-840 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 500 W
DownVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,900 ft
DownVü: 750 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 45/15
DownVü: 2.5x53
Read water temperature: Yes

3) Garmin GT21-TM – Transom Mount DownVü 500 W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600 W (50/200 kHz) Transducer with Temp (8-pin)
Part Number: 010-12219-00


Weight: 1.69 lbs. (3.72 kg)
Cable length: 30 ft
Number of pins on connector: 8
Dimensions:
Transducer: 9.0 x 2.5 x 1.2 in (228 x 62 x 30 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: 50/200 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 600 W
DownVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,500 ft
DownVü: 1,000 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 40/10
DownVü:
2.0x51@260
1.4x29@455
Read water temperature: Yes

4) Garmin GT40-TM – Transom Mount DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Traditional 500 W (77/200 kHz) Transducer with Temp (12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12220-00


Weight: 1.82 lbs. (4.02 kg)
Cable length: 30’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 8.4 x 2.0 x 1.0 in (212 x 52 x 26 mm)
Frequency:
T[COLOR=&amp]raditional: 77/200 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz [/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 500 W
DownVü: 500 W
SideVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,900 ft
DownVü: 750 ft
SideVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 45/15
DownVü:
1.1x53@455
0.7x30@800
SideVü:
1.1x53@455
0.7x30@800
Read water temperature: Yes

5) Garmin GT41-TM – Transom Mount DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600 W (50/200 kHz) Transducer with Temp (12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12221-00


Weight: 2.48 lbs. (5.48 kg)
Cable length: 30’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 9.0 x 2.5 x 1.2 in (228 x 62 x 30 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: 50/200 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 600 W
DownVü: 500 W
SideVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,500 ft
DownVü: 1,000 ft
SideVü: 750 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 40/10
DownVü:
2.0x51@260
1.4x29@455
SideVü:
2.0x51@260
1.4x29@455
Read water temperature: Yes

6) Garmin GT50M-TM – Transom Mount DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 455/800 kHz) Traditional 300 W (Mid-band CHIRP 80-160 kHz) Transducer with Temp (12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12222-00


Weight: 2.26 lbs. (4.98 kg)
Cable length: 30’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 9.0 x 2.5 x 1.2 in (228 x 62 x 30 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: CHIRP 85-165 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 300 W
DownVü: 500 W
SideVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,500 ft
DownVü: 750 ft
SideVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 26/15
DownVü:
1.1x53@455
0.7x30@800
SideVü:
1.1x53@455
0.7x30@800
Read water temperature: Yes

7) Garmin GT51M-TM – Transom Mount DownVü/SideVü 500 W (CHIRP 260/455 kHz) Traditional 600 W (Mid-band CHIRP 80-160 kHz) Transducer with Temp (12-Pin)
Part Number: 010-12223-00


Weight: 2.47 lbs. (5.44 kg)
Cable length: 30’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 9.0 x 2.5 x 1.2 in (228 x 62 x 30 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: CHIRP 80-160 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
[/COLOR]
Transmit power:
Traditional: 600 W
DownVü: 500 W
SideVü: 500 W

Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,800 ft
DownVü: 1,000 ft
SideVü: 750 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 24/13
DownVü:
2.0x51@455
1.4x29@800
SideVü:
2.0x51@455
1.4x29@800
Read water temperature: Yes


8) Garmin GT52HW-TM Plastic, Transom or Trolling Motor Mount Transducer , High Wide CHIRP (150-240 kHz, 250 W)/CHIRP DownVü and CHIRP SideVü (455/800 kHz, 350 W, 12-pin)
Part Number: 010-12405-00


Weight: 1.35 lb (0.61 kg)
Cable length: 20’
Number of pins on connector: 12
Dimensions:
Transducer: 6.1 x 2.0 x 1.0 in (155 x 52 x 26 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: CHIRP 150-240 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz[/COLOR]

Transmit power:
Traditional: 250 W
DownVü: 350 W
SideVü: 350 W
Max Depth/Range:
Traditional: 800 ft
DownVü: 500 ft
SideVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 24-16
DownVü:
2.0x50@455
1.0x30@800
SideVü:
2.0x50@455
1.0x30@800
Read water temperature: Yes


9) Garmin GT23M-TM Plastic, Transom Mount Transducer, Mid-Band CHIRP (80-160 kHz, 600 W)/CHIRP DownVü (260/455 kHz, 500 W) (8-pin)
Part Number: 010-12404-00


Weight: 1.87 lb (0.85 kg)
Cable length: 30 ft
Number of pins on connector: 8
Dimensions:
Transducer: 9.0 x 2.4 x 1.2 in (228 x 62 x 30 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: CHIRP 80-160 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 245-275 kHz and CHIRP 445-465 kHz
Transmit power:[/COLOR]

Traditional: 600 W
DownVü: 500 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 1,800 ft
DownVü: 1,000 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 24/13
DownVü:
2.0x51@260
1.4x29@455
Read water temperature: Yes

10) Garmin GT22HW-TM Plastic, Transom or Trolling Motor Mount Transducer, High Wide CHIRP (150-240 kHz, 250 W)/CHIRP DownVü (455/800 kHz, 350 W) (8-pin)
Part Number: 010-12403-00


Weight: 0.94 lb (0.43 kg)
Cable length: 20 ft
Number of pins on connector: 8
Dimensions:
Transducer: 6.1 x 2.0 x 1.0 in (155 x 52 x 26 mm)
Frequency:
[COLOR=&amp]Traditional: CHIRP 150-240 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz[/COLOR]

Transmit power:
Traditional: 250 W
DownVü: 350 W
Max Depth:
Traditional: 800 ft
DownVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 24/16
DownVü:
2.0x50@455
1.0x30@800
Read water temperature: Yes


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Old 03-26-2015, 02:24 PM
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Any reason why the trad sonar on the GT40 with 500w and 77khz gets 1800ft max depth while on the 41 with 600w and 50khz only 1500ft? Would have expected better depth potential from higher power 50khz tx. Looking to buy but tx is the point Im still thinking on. Fish lake/harbour/inshore (15-150 ft) but also head offshore into 1000-2000ft less regularly.In NZ only GT40 is currently available :-( So may have to wait anyway.
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I normally disregard maximum published depths from any and all manufactures.

Reading bottom to 1000' is the norm on all the above with some to 1500' depending on conditions.
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Thanks - much appreciated.
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Default GT 30 with TM150

Will the 7608 Garmin support the GT30 side vu / Down Vu transducer mounted on jack plate along with the Transom mount TM 150 Chirp transducer mounted on transom. I think the GT 40 is to long to mount on the transom for using in the ocean.
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Originally Posted by capthiball View Post
Will the 7608 Garmin support the GT30 side vu / Down Vu transducer mounted on jack plate along with the Transom mount TM 150 Chirp transducer mounted on transom. I think the GT 40 is to long to mount on the transom for using in the ocean.
The GT30 will work yes.

Below are the ducers 7600 will support.

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Gil first I apprec all your help and advice, I've got the 741xs (in the box still) you recommended possibly selling it and upgrading to the 7607, which I might do. However I'm considering keeping this unit and adding the 7607 next. I have a 28 Albemarle with twin inboards it currently has the large airmar thruhull transducer that I'd like to replace with a flush mount or remove and plug the hole due to issues with trailer and forklifts. Boat has 24 degree dead rise. Rarely bottom fish over 200'. I'm ok with a transom mount if it will accomplish what I need without too much interference from inboard props boat only runs about 30 mph.
you mentioned possibly a gcv with transducer and also a B150 or B75. Could you send me a couple best bang for the buck options with pricing? Also what are your thoughts on the panoptix transducers?
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Originally Posted by saltlifemike View Post
Gil first I apprec all your help and advice, I've got the 741xs (in the box still) you recommended possibly selling it and upgrading to the 7607, which I might do. However I'm considering keeping this unit and adding the 7607 next. I have a 28 Albemarle with twin inboards it currently has the large airmar thruhull transducer that I'd like to replace with a flush mount or remove and plug the hole due to issues with trailer and forklifts. Boat has 24 degree dead rise. Rarely bottom fish over 200'. I'm ok with a transom mount if it will accomplish what I need without too much interference from inboard props boat only runs about 30 mph.
you mentioned possibly a gcv with transducer and also a B150 or B75. Could you send me a couple best bang for the buck options with pricing? Also what are your thoughts on the panoptix transducers?


If you go with the 7607xsv then you only need 1 transducer..the GT50 to get both 2D CHIRP sonar and also CHIRP Side and Down Vu...or the GT51.


It you use the 741xs than you need 2 transducers an also the GCV 10 module.


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I have a Garmin 1040xs is it compatible with the GT 40 transducer and if so do I need any other components to go to side imaging

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Gil, if you are running a 7600 series with the GT-51 and a Furuno 585 with a p66 are you going to get any interference or negative effect?
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Originally Posted by Seasir View Post
Gil, if you are running a 7600 series with the GT-51 and a Furuno 585 with a p66 are you going to get any interference or negative effect?
No interference or negative effects...

(Well.... except for a few fish complaining of blurred vision because of those two being used together.... )




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Originally Posted by pwilliamjr View Post
I have a Garmin 1040xs is it compatible with the GT 40 transducer and if so do I need any other components to go to side imaging
Sorry no..... the GT40 is used with the xsv units.


For Side and Down scan on the 1040xs/ 840xs/741xs..you use the GCV 10 and its GT30 transdcuer.





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Gil, can you post specs on the GT52HW-TM

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Originally Posted by FlyboyDan View Post
Gil, can you post specs on the GT52HW-TM

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Dimensions:
Transducer: 155 x 52 x 26 mm
Frequency:
Traditional: CHIRP 150-240 kHz
DownVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
SideVü: CHIRP 425-485 kHz and CHIRP 790-850 kHz
Transmit power:
Traditional: 250 W
DownVü: 350 W
SideVü: 350 W
Max Depth/Range:
Traditional: 800 ft
DownVü: 500 ft
SideVü: 500 ft
Beam Width (°) LF/HF (-3dB):
Traditional: 24-16
DownVü:
2.0x50@455
1.0x30@800
SideVü:
2.0x50@455
1.0x30@800





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Sorry didn't get back with you sooner found out my lower unit was crack $4,400 will get back with you when I get more money concerning the GT30 and black box
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Hi Guys.

I am new here and would like to pose a question regarding Garmin transducers. Setting up a new cc with two 7610xsv among other electronics. All bottom fishing mostly in 40 to 60 foot depth, but at times will go up to 150'. Salt water. Looking to do a transom mount - side view. I read that higher frequency equals better picture, but depth is a sacrifice. Any advice on what transducer is best picture for this set-up and type of fishing?

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Originally Posted by Not My Spot View Post
Hi Guys.

I am new here and would like to pose a question regarding Garmin transducers. Setting up a new cc with two 7610xsv among other electronics. All bottom fishing mostly in 40 to 60 foot depth, but at times will go up to 150'. Salt water. Looking to do a transom mount - side view. I read that higher frequency equals better picture, but depth is a sacrifice. Any advice on what transducer is best picture for this set-up and type of fishing?

Thanks - John
I would look first at the GT52HW



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Originally Posted by saltlifemike View Post
Gil first I apprec all your help and advice, I've got the 741xs (in the box still) you recommended possibly selling it and upgrading to the 7607, which I might do. However I'm considering keeping this unit and adding the 7607 next. I have a 28 Albemarle with twin inboards it currently has the large airmar thruhull transducer that I'd like to replace with a flush mount or remove and plug the hole due to issues with trailer and forklifts. Boat has 24 degree dead rise. Rarely bottom fish over 200'. I'm ok with a transom mount if it will accomplish what I need without too much interference from inboard props boat only runs about 30 mph.
you mentioned possibly a gcv with transducer and also a B150 or B75. Could you send me a couple best bang for the buck options with pricing? Also what are your thoughts on the panoptix transducers?
I have the 741xs and for it's price, it has everything one would need. I'm trying to hook my Nu2k. I have a bass boat, but love my gamin. If you have any knowledge feel free to spew
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Hi i have a garmin echimap 75sv with a gt40 (only traditional non chirp sonar at 500w power) and a garmin 7sv with gt52hw (chirp sonar with 250w traditional)
Is it possible tp moumt both on and run both transducers at the same time because of the different frequency amd power. Do you meed to put them on different sides of the motor
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