The transducer selection is key to Garmin CHIRP performance. These transducers have elements that are tuned to specific frequency ranges
and limit interference while transmitting and receiving data. Choose the right frequency range for the water conditions you experience
while boating. Higher frequencies use a narrow beam widths, and are better for high-speed operation and rough sea conditions. Bottom
definition and thermocline definition can be better when using a higher frequency. Lower frequencies use wider beam widths, which can let the fisherman see
more targets, but could also generate more surface noise and reduce bottom signal continuity during rough sea conditions. Wider beam widths generate
larger arches for fish target returns, making them ideal for locating fish. Wider beam widths also perform better in deep water, because the lower frequency
has better deep water penetration.
CLEARVÜ / SIDEVÜ SCANNING SONAR
ClearVü scanning sonar gives you an ultra clear sonar picture of objects, structure and fish that pass around your boat while SideVü scanning
sonar shows fish and structure that is off to the sides of your boat. ClearVü/SideVü scanning sonar with CHIRP technology is also available
for some compatible chartplotter/sonar combos.
GT15M-TM transducer is perfect for fishermen who want clear bottom definition unde..
Perfect for the shallow water fisherman who want CHIRP ClearVü and CHIRP SideVü scanning sonar wit..
GT8HW-IH transducer is ideal for bass boats that want to install the transducer in..
Ultra High-Definition Sonar System Thru-hull Pair Transducer Add stunningly clear Ultra High-De..
Ultra High-Definition Sonar System Transom Mount TransducerAdd stunningly clear Ultra High-Definitio..
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