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Product DescriptionLowrance's In-Dash Digital Gauges are perfect for both in-shore and inland boaters. The LST 3800 in-dash digital depth and water temperature gauge offers different audible tones for shallow and deep-water (to 700'). This gauge can alert you to dangerous depths or keep you trolling along a contour, leaving your eyes free to check your course or watch the bait. The 3800 features a 200 kHz high-speed Skimmer transom mount transducer with built-in temp sensor. Offers high-contrast dot matrix display with LED backlighting. Perfect in all marine elements, the 3800 is fully sealed and waterproof. Fits standard 2-1/8"diameter hole. One-year warranty.
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Q:I just purchased a new 2012 glastron 180 gt and the water temp flashes -4F continuously. Just wondering if the transducer is faulty or just not installed properly. I am thinking that there is no way a thru hull transducer could display water temp and from recall I don't think there is one on the transom. Any comments or advice is welcome. I would think that Glastron would have some notification to the buyer not to expect the temp portion to work if this is the case. The back light does not seem to work as well. Should have been picked up on the pdi. Frustrated New Boat Owner.Asked on 7/8/2012 by Frustrated
Q:I need a thru-hull transducer for my Lowrance LST 3800. Can you give me a recomendation?
RaulAsked on 5/31/2012 by Anonymous from Miami, fl
Q:how long is the cable for the transducer 10 or 15 feet longAsked on 7/22/2011 by Anonymous from Chattanooga,TN
Q:is the transducer glued to the floor of the boat, or do you have to drill holes in the boat.
thanksAsked on 2/17/2011 by roddy from summerton,sc
A:Neither. This comes with a transom mounted transducer which can be installed under the waterline, on the outside back wall of the boat, or you can take the bracket off of the transducer and use epoxy to install the transducer inside the bilge area, making sure that there are no air bubbles under the transducer, and it will shoot through the hull.Answered on 2/22/2011 by Justin from Overton's
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