Airmar Transducers

Airmar B265LH CHIRP Transducer

When thru-hull transducers are installed with a High-Performance Fairing, the transducer face is parallel to the waterline resulting in a beam that is vertically oriented for maximum echo returns and the best possible performance.  The fairing compensates for hull deadrise and reduces turbulence over the transducer face, which allows tracking at speeds over 30 knots (35 MPH). This installation, when mounted in clean water (forward of propellers and running gear), produces the most effective signal return since nothing on the vessel interferes with the transducer’s active surface. Thru-hull transducers will work with any engine type: inboard, outboard, or I/O.

  • Depth & fast-response water-temperature sensor

  • Low Frequency CHIRPS from 42 kHz to 65 kHz 25° to 16° beamwidth

  • High Frequency CHIRPS from 130 kHz to 210 kHz 10° to 6° beamwidth

  • Medium—CHIRPS from 85 kHz to 135 kHz 16° to 11° beamwidth

  • Bronze transducer housing with High-Performance Fairing

Airmar B265 CHIRP Transducer - Low/High - Garmin 12-Pin
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Airmar B265 CHIRP Transducer - Low/High - Navico Blue
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Airmar B265 CHIRP Transducer - Low/High - No Connector
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