Humminbird Fishfinder 550
5" FSTN display
Single Beam 200 kHz/20°
250 watts RMS
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Product DescriptionHumminbird's Fishfinder 550 delivers clear images and highlights not only the big fish, but the smallest and faintest details, including the thermocline layer. Features a 12-level grayscale 240V x 240H 5" display and Single Beam sonar with 1600 Watts PTP power output. Accelerated Real-Time sonar RTS window operates at up to 40 times per second. User-friendly technology for easy operation. Custom Digital Readout Selection. Custom View Selections. Large Digits View. X Press Menu System. Other features include: Selective Fish ID, Sonar Echo Enhancement, and Split-Screen Zoom. Tilt-and-swivel quick-disconnect mounting system with no cables to plug in.
• Display: 5.0" diagonal, 240V x 240H, FSTN LCD
• Sonar: Single Beam, 200 kHz / 20° @ -10db; Depth: 800'
• Power Output: 200 Watts (RMS), 1600 Watts (Peak-to-Peak)
• Power Input: 10-20 VDC
• Target Separation: 2.5"
• Backlight: Yes
• Waterproof: Yes
• Unit Size: 7"H x 7"W x 4"D
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Q:dose this finder have a temp. display ?Asked on 9/2/2012 by Rusty from Mammoth Lakes , Ca.
A:This unit is sonar only, there is no temp option for this fishfinder. Check out the humminbird website to learn in more detail all of the features and see the manuals for all their fishfinders.Answered on 12/14/2012 by Justin M. from Overton's
Q:does this come with a trolling motor mount for the transducerAsked on 5/24/2012 by Anonymous from sidney, ohio
Q:does it tell you your speed?Asked on 5/20/2012 by Anonymous
Q:I HAVE A PONTOON BOAT WOULD I BE ABLE TO MOUNT THE SENSOR ON THE REAR MOTOR BRACKET AND THE SCREEN ON THE CONSOLE?Asked on 5/15/2012 by CHIEF from LUDINGTON MICH
Q:Why does it say single beam in the description, when it says dual beam on the unit itself?Asked on 4/30/2012 by Anonymous from Minnesota city Minnesota