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Aimar's new CHIRP in hull Transducers

Old 09-29-2016, 10:35 AM
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Default Aimar's new CHIRP in hull Transducers



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New from Airmar.
These transducers ship with the Airmar Mix and Match connector system.
The P50C,P83C can be used with either conventional or Broadband CHIRP units.



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P50C-LHW......$98...In Stock
Has a mix and match connector.

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Compatible with conventional and
CHIRP echosounders
• Ideal for freshwater fi shing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommen


Airmar is pleased to introduce this puck style,
wideband transducer for bass and walleye
boats. Whether you are fishing in freshwater
or saltwater, this transducer is designed to
transmit through fiberglass and aluminum
boat hulls. The new P50 operates at 50 kHz
and 200 kHz and has wideband capabilities
so it is compatible with both CHIRP-ready and
conventional echo sounders. The in-hull is the
solution to common issues experienced with
transom and trolling motor mount transducers.
No more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
600 W – Wideband
• CHIRP-ready across the following frequency
bands:
— Low-Frequency: 47-52 kHz
— High-Frequency: 190-210 kHz
• Beamwidth: 45° (Low) & 11° (High)
• Depth Range Low:
244 m to 366 m (800’ to 1200’)
• Depth Range High:
122 m to 213 m (400’ to 700’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3MŽ Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

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P83C-MWH.....$98.
Mix and match connector

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Compatible with conventional and
CHIRP echosounders
• Ideal for freshwater fishing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommended

Similar to the puck style P50 above, this
transducer is designed to transmit through
fiberglass and aluminum boat hulls. The
new P83 operates at 83 kHz and 200 kHz
and also has wideband capabilities so it is
compatible with both CHIRP-ready and conventional
echo sounders. The in-hull is the
solution to common issues experienced with
transom and trolling motor mount transducers.
No more concerns with broken parts or
damaging the transducer from sandbars or
rocks!
300 W – Wideband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency bands:
— Medium-Frequency: 77-85 kHz
— High-Frequency: 190-210 kHz
• Beamwidth: 45° (Med) & 17° (High)
• Depth Range Medium:
180 m to 305 m (600’ to 1000’)
• Depth Range High:
122 m to 213 m (400’ to 700’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3MŽ Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

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P155C-M..$210....In stock
Mix and match connector.

• Depth
• Optional fast response
water- temperature sensor
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass
Call for Aluminum hull applications
• Plastic Housing
• Ideal for freshwater fishing in shallow to
medium depths
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise:
0° to 10° recommended
• Includes Transducer IDŽ

New “puck” style in-hull, wideband transducer
for bass and walleye boats. Whether you
are fishing in freshwater or saltwater, this
transducer is designed to transmit through
fiberglass and aluminum boat hulls. The
new P155M operates at 95-155 kHz and is
CHIRP-ready! The in-hull is the solution to
common issues experienced with transom
and trolling motor mount transducers. No
more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
300 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency: 95-155 kHz
• 26° & 17° Beamwidth
• Depth Range: 122 m to 152 m
(400’ to 500’)

Recommended Adhesive:
3MŽ Marine Adhesive Sealant 4200

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P95C-M-Broadband Transducer.......$213.
Mix and match connector.

Depth only
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass Hull only
• Boat Type:
Planing-hull power boats, trailered
boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS),
and racing sailboats
• Plastic Housing
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise: 0° to 22°
• Includes Transducer IDŽ

Introducing the P95M, operating at 95-155
kHz. The in-hull is the solution to common
issues experienced with transom and
trolling motor mount transducers. No more
concerns with broken parts or damaging the
transducer from sandbars or rocks!
300 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency:
95-155 kHz
• 26° to 17° Beamwidth
• Lake and inshore all-around saltwater fishing
for small to mid-size outboard boats
• Economical transducer designed for
offshore fi shing and freshwater anglers
• Depth Range: 122 m to 152 m
(400’ to 500’)

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P75C-M Broadband Transducer.$269....in stock
Mix and match connector

• Depth only
• Hull Type:
Solid Fiberglass Hull only
• Boat Type:
Planing-hull power boats, trailered
boats, rigid inflatable boats (RIBS),
and racing sailboats
• No hull protrusions
• Hull Deadrise: 0° to 22°
• Includes Transducer IDŽ

Airmar’s CHIRP-ready in-hull transducers
specifically for solid fiberglass hulls have
arrived! In-hull models are the solution to
common issues experienced with transom
and trolling motor mount transducers. No
more concerns with broken parts or damaging
the transducer from sandbars or rocks!
The P75C-M fi ts existing P79 mounting rings.
600 W – Broadband
• CHIRP-ready across the following
frequency band:
— Medium-Frequency:
80-130 kHz
• 24° to 16° Beamwidth
• Lake and inshore all-around saltwater fishing
for small to mid-size outboard boats
• Economical transducer designed for
offshore fi shing and freshwater anglers
• Depth Range: 200 m to 250 m
(600’ to 700’)










1)
M285C-HW.....In hull....$887.

Frequency: 150-250 kHz
Beamwidth: 25°
RMS Power: 1kW


2)
M422C--Wideband....In hull...$406.

Frequency: 50/200 kHz
Beamwidth: 18°/5°
RMS Power: 1.5 kW




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Old 09-30-2016, 06:57 AM
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How is the performance of these thru hulls compared a transom mount? I have a 23' Regulator and it is highly suggested to use a transom mount and not to drill the grillage to install a transducer. How would this perform shooting thru what I have been told 1.5" of fiberglass that Regulator has on their hulls?

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Originally Posted by Eriegardless View Post
How is the performance of these thru hulls compared a transom mount? I have a 23' Regulator and it is highly suggested to use a transom mount and not to drill the grillage to install a transducer. How would this perform shooting thru what I have been told 1.5" of fiberglass that Regulator has on their hulls?

Thanks!
At speed better than a transom..

3/4 " is about the maximum...


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Old 10-23-2016, 08:16 PM
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Very interesting, I just bought a 25 foot stepped hull bay boat. I am using Sim rad Evo 12 with all scan Transom transducer. I know this is not the ideal transducer for this hull. I lose bottom at 10 mph. However I could not swallow spending $1500 like another guy who has the same hull and installed a through hull in front of the step. Would this be a more affordable choice for me? I would be happy with reading bottom up to 25 mph. I mostly fish 50-200 ft but occasional deep drop in 500.
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Originally Posted by Andrew Aicardi View Post
Very interesting, I just bought a 25 foot stepped hull bay boat. I am using Sim rad Evo 12 with all scan Transom transducer. I know this is not the ideal transducer for this hull. I lose bottom at 10 mph. However I could not swallow spending $1500 like another guy who has the same hull and installed a through hull in front of the step. Would this be a more affordable choice for me? I would be happy with reading bottom up to 25 mph. I mostly fish 50-200 ft but occasional deep drop in 500.
A thru hull B75M is $595... you can install yourself.
Or have it installed ...only about 1 to 1.5 hrs work
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So the B75m is a shoot through the fiberglass unit? Is this what they call a wet box? Basically plug and play once installed? Thanks for your help.
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Originally Posted by Andrew Aicardi View Post
So the B75m is a shoot through the fiberglass unit? Is this what they call a wet box? Basically plug and play once installed? Thanks for your help.
A B75M is a thru hull flush mount....thousand of boaters use a thru hull...very reliable.
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do you recommend any of these over the M260 for the 1040xs?
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Originally Posted by hanapaa808 View Post
do you recommend any of these over the M260 for the 1040xs?
No..the M260 is 1 KW and dual band
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Any idea when the P75C-M's will be back in stock?
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Originally Posted by ssleefl View Post
Any idea when the P75C-M's will be back in stock?

We have them for Garmin but not Navico.

In fact..we have been told by Airmar/GEMECo that there may be a issues using this unit with a NAVICO unit..due to software etc.
So at this time..best not to install this if using a NAVICO unit

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Anyone have an update on running the p75 with a simrad evo2? Was about to purchase one before I read the post above.
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At this time..no change...not recommend with a Navico unit.
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Gil-

If P75C-M is having problems with Navico is P95C-M ok to use? Simrad Go9.

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by JimB View Post
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If P75C-M is having problems with Navico is P95C-M ok to use? Simrad Go9.

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At this time i would not use it on any NAVICO unit.
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What's your recommendation; fish from 5 meter to 100 meter max saltwater, my boat is Abin 31TE and my MFD is Simrad G09 XSE.
Thanks !
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Originally Posted by lawrento View Post
What's your recommendation; fish from 5 meter to 100 meter max saltwater, my boat is Abin 31TE and my MFD is Simrad G09 XSE.
Thanks !

As of now the unit I would recommend will not work with a NAVICO unit....a software issue with
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