Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz

SKU: 79593 - UPC: 801769002515 - MPN: P79-235-N2
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600 W The P79S brings depth intelligence to your boat. Featuring Airmar's Smart Sensor technology, the P79S delivers processed depth data right to the onboard network for multiple displays to use. Smart Sensors have embedded microelectronics—the transducer element and signal processor are only millimeters apart. The signal from the depth...
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Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz Product Description

600 W

The P79S brings depth intelligence to your boat. Featuring Airmar's Smart Sensor technology, the P79S delivers processed depth data right to the onboard network for multiple displays to use. Smart Sensors have embedded microelectronics—the transducer element and signal processor are only millimeters apart. The signal from the depth transducer is processed right inside the sensor itself. All that is needed to receive depth data is a single cable into a compatible network or display. The Smart Sensor can output in NMEA 0183 or NMEA 2000 protocol.

The P79S includes a plastic mounting base which is aligned to the centerline and secured inside the hull. Then it is filled with non-toxic antifreeze. The transducer is inserted into the base and adjusted for the proper deadrise offset, ensuring the beam will be shooting straight down for maximum echo returns. The eco-friendly coolant provides the best medium to transmit through solid fiberglass and into the surrounding water. The major benefit of an in-hull transducer is no protruding features on the exterior of the hull, making it the perfect choice for trailered or lifted boats. Designed for smaller boats up to 8 m (25') with a solid-fiberglass hull.



P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz

The P79 in-hull transducer easily adjusts to hull deadrise angles up to 22 °. This ensures that the beam is vertically oriented to receive echos, resulting in accurate depth readings. Unlike traditional "puck" type transducers, our P79 consists of a base that is bonded to the hull and filled with liquid. The separate transducer then attaches to the base with a twist lock. The sound waves travel more efficiently though the liquid, giving the best possible performance. 

The unique adjustable-angle design ensures the beam is vertically oriented for maximum echo returns and the best possible performance. Because the transducer is mounted inside the hull, it is the perfect solution for rigid inflatable boats (RIBS) and racing sailboats. 

Features:

  • Adjusts to hull deadrise angles up to 22°
  • No holes to drill
  • Depth Only
  • Frequency: 235 kHz
  • Cone: 11°
  • Recommended for solid fiberglass hulls
  • Epoxies to aluminum hulls under 0.38 mm (0.150”) thick
  • Recommended for planing-hull power boats, trailered boats, rigid inflatable boats
  • No hull protrusions
  • 6M (20’) NMEA 2000® cable & connector


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Is this product single or dual frequency?
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What is the common use place of the product?
What is the display connector of the product?
What is the length of cable?
What is the connector type of the product?
What is the housing material of the product?
What is the communication method of the product?
What is the max depth of the product?
What is the deadrise range of product?
This product has tilted element?
Which hull material is proper for this product?
What is the max deadrise of the product?
What is the max deadrise angle of the product?
What is the manufacturer notes about Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz?

Who is the Airmar?

The right transducer enhances the performance of any echosounder, no matter what the power level or price. From small jet-ski sensors to large steel-tank transducers, Airmar's depth, speed, and temperature sensors are the most responsive in the market. Airmar prides themself on the little extras that are added to products that make a big difference in performance and customer satisfaction.

How to describe Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz?

600 W

The P79S brings depth intelligence to your boat. Featuring Airmar's Smart Sensor technology, the P79S delivers processed depth data right to the onboard network for multiple displays to use. Smart Sensors have embedded microelectronics—the transducer element and signal processor are only millimeters apart. The signal from the depth transducer is processed right inside the sensor itself. All that is needed to receive depth data is a single cable into a compatible network or display. The Smart Sensor can output in NMEA 0183 or NMEA 2000 protocol.

The P79S includes a plastic mounting base which is aligned to the centerline and secured inside the hull. Then it is filled with non-toxic antifreeze. The transducer is inserted into the base and adjusted for the proper deadrise offset, ensuring the beam will be shooting straight down for maximum echo returns. The eco-friendly coolant provides the best medium to transmit through solid fiberglass and into the surrounding water. The major benefit of an in-hull transducer is no protruding features on the exterior of the hull, making it the perfect choice for trailered or lifted boats. Designed for smaller boats up to 8 m (25') with a solid-fiberglass hull.

What is the power rating of the product?

60 W / NMEA 0183 & 100 W / NMEA 2000

What is the transducer functions of the product?

Depth

In which country this product made in?

USA

How to define housing of Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz?

Urethane

What is the frequency band of the product?

235 kHz

What's the Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz package dimensions and weight?

8 (w) X 4 (h) X 10 (l) inches and the weight is: 2.15 lb.

Is this product single or dual frequency?

Conventional Single Frequency

How to mount or what is the mounting style of Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz?

In-Hull

What is the common use place of the product?

Leisure/Yachting, Fishing

What is the display connector of the product?

N2 Micro

What is the length of cable?

6 m (20')

What is the connector type of the product?

NMEA2000 Micro

What is the housing material of the product?

Plastic

What is the communication method of the product?

NMEA 2000

What is the max depth of the product?

100 m (330') NMEA 0183, 150 m (500') NMEA 2000

What is the deadrise range of product?

0° to 22°

This product has tilted element?

No

Which hull material is proper for this product?

Solid fiberglass only

What is the max deadrise of the product?

Up to 22°

What is the max deadrise angle of the product?

22°

What is the manufacturer notes about Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz?

600 W

The P79S brings depth intelligence to your boat. Featuring Airmar's Smart Sensor technology, the P79S delivers processed depth data right to the onboard network for multiple displays to use. Smart Sensors have embedded microelectronics—the transducer element and signal processor are only millimeters apart. The signal from the depth transducer is processed right inside the sensor itself. All that is needed to receive depth data is a single cable into a compatible network or display. The Smart Sensor can output in NMEA 0183 or NMEA 2000 protocol.

The P79S includes a plastic mounting base which is aligned to the centerline and secured inside the hull. Then it is filled with non-toxic antifreeze. The transducer is inserted into the base and adjusted for the proper deadrise offset, ensuring the beam will be shooting straight down for maximum echo returns. The eco-friendly coolant provides the best medium to transmit through solid fiberglass and into the surrounding water. The major benefit of an in-hull transducer is no protruding features on the exterior of the hull, making it the perfect choice for trailered or lifted boats. Designed for smaller boats up to 8 m (25') with a solid-fiberglass hull.



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Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz Technical Specifications

Type: 

Marine Navigation & Instruments | Transducers

Vendor: 

Airmar

Weight: 

2.0 lb

Mounting Style: 

In-Hull

User Guide: 

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Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz Shipping & Return

Shipping Weight: 

2.0 lb

Box Sizes: 

4.00 (h) x 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (l)

Cubic Feet: 

320.0

Returnable: 

Yes

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Airmar P79 NMEA 2000 In-Hull 235 kHz

$294.79 $369.99 ( / )

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