Protector for Transducers

21 pcs. in stock
SVB price: 41,97 €
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41,97 € This is a NET-price excluding German VAT. Shipments to countries outside of the EU may be subject to import duties and taxes.
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Item no.
93300
EAN
4050269017376
Description
Protector for transducer

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This "protector" provides optimum protection against damage to the sounder transducer and protects the 'sensor head' against floating debris, ropes etc... Suitable for all NASA sounders, and for old SEAFARER sounders with 150 kHz transducer. Made of marine grade plastic. Length: 20.4 cm, hole spacing: 12 cm, width: 8 cm. Including glue and screw kit.

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