Eliminating the need to install multiple transducers, the new all-in-one transducers deliver ClearVü™ and SideVü™ scanning sonar, along with traditional/CHIRP sonar (depending on the model), within the one unit to further simplify the installation process.
Complementing the newest echoMAP units (which feature built-in ClearVü and/or SideVü scanning sonar, model dependant), the GT21/40/41 series of transducers come with an in-hull or transom-mount option.
The GT21 series provides ClearVü scanning sonar with industry-first 260/455kHZ and Garmin’s traditional HD-ID sonar at 50/200kHz, offering an optimised experience for rough conditions and depth performance.
For a clearer image in shallower depths, the transom-mounted all-in-one GT40 offers both ClearVü and SideVü scanning sonar at 455/800kHz, while also delivering traditional HD-ID sonar at 77/200kHz.
The GT41 series provides an all-in-one option optimised for saltwater fishing by offering ClearVü and SideVü scanning sonar at 260/455kHz and traditional HD-ID sonar at 50/200kHz.
Stepping up yet another level, the new GT50/51 transducers have been developed for Garmin’s GPSMAP series. Available as both thru-hull and transom-mount versions, the GT50/51 all-in-one transducers offer CHIRP ClearVü and CHIRP SideVü scanning sonar as well as Garmin CHIRP sonar.
For shallow water, the GT50 runs CHIRP ClearVü and CHIRP SideVü at 455/800kHz and 300W traditional CHIRP at 80/160kHz. For deeper water and potentially rougher conditions, the GT51 scans 260/455kHz for CHIRP ClearVü and CHIRP SideVü, and 600W 80/160kHz for CHIRP sonar.
Garmin’s new all-in-one transducers are available now.
A Garmin transducer selection guide is available online at: www.garmin.com/transducers/