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Scanstrut 6" Composite PowerTower - Garmin/Lowrance/Raymarine Radomes and more

Item # 99552
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Key Features

  • Mount radomes and small satcom/TV antennas

  • Provides a clear view of the horizon

  • Lightweight, composite monocoque design

  • IP65-rated waterproof gland seals cable entry

  • Aerodynamic shape


Our Price   $309.99

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Product Description
scanstrut The Scanstrut Composite PowerTower is designed to mount radomes and small satcom or TV antennas on the cabin roof, flybridge, or radar arch of your powerboat. This sturdy mount allows the antenna a clear view of the horizon for optimal performance. The lightweight composite structure features a strong monocoque design with a white, high-gloss finish and an aerodynamic shape. An IP65-rated waterproof gland seals the cable entry into the hollow stem. Installation is simple with pre-drilled holes. Includes mounting bolts and watertight base seal. 30° aft leaning. 8" x 8" base.

• Model: PT2004
• 10.5"W x 6.2"H

For use with the following radars and antennas:
• B&G 18" radome - BR24
• Garmin 18" 4kW radome - GMR18, GMR18HD
• Garmin 24" 4kW radome - GMR24HD
• Intellian satcom antenna - i3
• KVH satcom antenna - TracVision M2/M3
• Lowrance 18" radome - BR24
• Raymarine 18" 2kW radome - RD218
• Raymarine 24" 4kW radome - RD424
• Raymarine satcom antenna - 37STV
• Sea-Tel satcom antenna - Coastal 14
• Simrad 18" radome - BR24
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Specifications
Applications Radomes smaller than 24" and satcom antennas from Garmin, Lowrance, Raymarine, Simrad, and more
Description PT2004
Dimensions 6"H

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