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Product DescriptionThe Minn Kota Terrova Trolling Motor offers you the latest in electric-steer, variable-speed, bow-mount performance to help you meet any obstacle and put it in its place, so you can fish without limits. The amazing new i-Pilot uses GPS technology to remember paths and fishing spots on the water, activate cruise control, and give you command of speed, steering, and Advanced AutoPilot.
i-Pilot Link works with the LakeMaster SD card in your Humminbird Fishfinder (not included) to automatically keep you fishing at a certain depth or follow any contour in either direction for as long as you choose. Spot-Lock helps keep you within 5' of a fishing spot, like an electronic anchor. When your boat begins to drift more than 5' from your selected fishing spot, i-Pilot Link will take you back automatically. Store Spot-Locks, Waypoints, and iTracks either on the fishfinder or internally in the i-Pilot Link control head.
iTracks keep track of paths in the water up to 2 miles long, allowing you to store and retrace whenever you want. Advanced AutoPilot when used with the i-Pilot Link keeps you on course with unparalleled GPS accuracy by compensating for wind, waves, current, and side drift. Just set a heading by pointing the motor head in the direction you want to travel, push a button, and let i-Pilot Link keep you on that heading.
Take wireless command of speed, steering, and on/off from anywhere on the boat with the CoPilot functions on your i-Pilot Link remote. i-Pilot Link's wireless remote features a full-color LCD screen to display your current function, user menus, GPS signal strength, prop status, and battery state. Powered by a rechargeable battery, the remote is waterproof and it floats.
i-Pilot Link is compatible with most ethernet-equipped Humminbird fishfinder units and i-Pilot Link-enabled LakeMaster Digital GPS Maps, which are necessary to perform the Follow The Contour function.
Stow and Deploy
Effortless by design. Simply depress the handle, and fall-away ramps effortlessly deploy the motor into the water. The balanced motor design makes stowing easy, and a special master cut-off switch automatically turns the power off when stowed.
Low-Profile Foot Pedal
Waterproof, low-profile, electric-steer foot pedal with 18' cord offers precise control with less than one degree of steering resolution.
Optimizes power to extend battery life up to five times longer on a single charge and reduce damaging heat.
Universal Sonar 2
Universal Sonar 2 has an integrated, concealed transducer that provides interference-free sonar performance, water temperature sensing, and dual-beam technology for an expanded view and greater bottom detail.
Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
Weedless Wedge 2 Propeller pushes weeds away without battery-draining chopping and hacking. Features swept-back, flared blades for unrelenting, reliable performance.
Indestructible Composite Shaft
Stronger-than-steel shaft flexes on impact and won't break, kink, or corrode. Guaranteed for life.
Cool Quiet Power
Extra large windings and commutators dissipate heat, resulting in cooler operation, extended battery power, and longer motor life. Unique bearing system reduces friction to cut fish-spooking noise.
Terrova Bow-Mount Trolling Motors feature a two-year warranty.
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Q:Does the minn kota Terrova with I-pilot link work like the i-pilot without link. I want to buy the link but do not have a compatible filsh locator yet. So I am asking if I can use the i-pilot link without a fish locator attached until I upgrade my Hummingbird locator.Asked on 3/5/2014 by Bill from Wisconsin
A:Thank you for your question.
Yes--the i-pilot will work as a typical trolling motor without data interface from the plotter/fishfinder. Please keep in mind none of the ipilot features work on this unit without GPS interface. Please feel free to contact our technical staff for further information.Answered on 3/6/2014 by Anonymous