The Humminbird XNT 9 QB 90 Transom Mount Transducer is a high-speed transducer designed to mount on the transom, or back, of the boat, in contact with the surface of the water, and operate in conjunction with a compatible Humminbird sonar or fish finder system. This unit is a QuadraBeam transducer that features 20-, 60- and 90-degree cone angles operating on 200 kHz, 83 kHx and 455 kHz frequencies respectively.
The XNT 9 QB 90 includes a built-in temperature sensor, a 20-foot cable, and all the necessary high-speed hardware to get up and running right away. Although this unit has the same hole pattern as a lot of older-version transducers, it utilizes a new design that is more secure and less prone to kick up at the high strength of waves, as well as having an bettered running angle, and an optional lock-down screw to override the kick up. The Humminbird XNT 9 QB 90 transducer is specifically designed for use with Humminbird’s; 300TX, 400TX, Wide Optic, Wide Portrait, Wide Panorama, Wide Paramount, FF575, Matrix 37, Matrix67, Matrix 87c. Matrix 97, 737, 767, 787c, 787c2i, 917c, 957c, 997c, PiranhaMax 240 sonar gimmicks and fish finders. This transducer is backed by Humminbird’s one-year fixed warranty.
Trolling motor transducer xtm6tb90trolling motor mount transducer are designed to mount on to the body of most trolling motors. A low profile shape reduces drag in the water and minimizes hangups on weeds. 15 feet cable and hardware included.
- Brand: Johnson
- Model: 710212-1
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 3.60″ h x 6.70″ w x 8.20″ l, 1.60 pounds
- New design is more secure, less prone to kick up, with bettered running angle
- Includes 20-foot cable, necessary mounting hardware, and built-in temperature sensor
- 20-, 60- and 90-degree cone angles operating on 200 kHz, 83 kHz and 455 kHz frequencies
- Compatible with a good deal of Wide, Matrix and numbered series Humminbird sonar systems
- Backed by manufacturer’s one-year fixed warranty
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Not for my kind of use
By Patrick J. Ponsonby
I am using this quad beam transducer on a Humminbird 787-c2. The unit does not have much range in the quad beam mode. Also another problem is when you select Quadbeam you get the top display of the other transducers and the bottom half shows left and right quad beam but “NO GPS”.
When I am trying to find a wreck I need the GPS also. I think I will put it up for auction. It is hardly used.
I wish I had bought a 900 series Humminbird with the side scanning transducer.
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