Lowrance Elite-4x DSI Fishfinder
3.5" 256-color TFT display with backlight
455/800 kHz Skimmer DSI imaging transducer
DownScan Imaging shows photo-like view under boat
Waterproof to IPX7 standards
NMEA 0183 compatible
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Product DescriptionThe Lowrance Elite-4 family of fishfinders offers high-quality features at affordable prices. DownScan Imaging offers photo-like clarity when showing you what's beneath you, helping you to more easily identify fish and structures. The low-profile, high-speed Skimmer transducer produces clear images of fish, structure, and bottom detail. The 3.5" LED color display offers a clear picture in any weather, and the quick-release tilt and swivel bracket and easy-to-use menu controls offer simple, one-handed operation.
Lowrance Elite-4x DSI Fishfinder Features:
• 3.5" diagonal color LED display
• 320 x 240 resolution
• LED backlighting
• Durable ABS housing
• Waterproof to IPX7 standards
• NMEA 0183 compatible
• Includes 20' cable, Skimmer transducer, and quick-release tilt and swivel bracket
• Power Output RMS: 350 Watts
• Power Output Peak-to-Peak: 2800 Watts
• Voltage: 10V - 17V DC
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Lowrance Elite-Mark 4x-5x DSI Operation Manual (5.8MB)
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Q:What is a skimmer transducer? Is there an attachment to measure speed?Asked on 5/4/2014 by CC from Buffalo, NY
A:Thank you for your question.
Lowrance's skimmer style transducer is a low profile high-speed transducer that produces clear images of fish, structure, and bottom detail. The term skimmer refers to the transducers low profile.Answered on 5/5/2014 by Anonymous
Q:What transducer does it have, single or dual beam?Asked on 12/26/2013 by Goofy from West Salem, OH
A:This unit has a 455/800 kHz dual beam transducer.Answered on 1/2/2014 by Anonymous