For chartplotters, sonar modules, and fish finders
Transducers convert electrical pulses into sound waves and transmit these waves into the water. When the transducer receives the reflections (echoes), the fish finder converts the sound waves back to electrical pulses to interpret what is below the surface of the water. Fish finder transducers detect fish, bottom structures, and the sea bed topography. Some transducer models also feature built-in water temperature or speed sensors.
Browse our range of transducers below designed for Raymarine chartplotters and sonar modules.
RealVision MAX Transom Mount Transducer for Axiom 2 Pro and RVM-1600 sonar systems.
RealVision MAX Stainless Steel Through Hull Transducer & Pairs for Axiom 2 Pro RVM & RVM-1600 Sonars
RealVision Transom Mount Transducer for Axiom+ RV, Axiom Pro RVX & RVX-1000 sonar systems
RealVision Bronze Through Hull Transducers & Pairs for Axiom+ RV, Axiom Pro & RVX-1000 sonars
RealVision Plastic Through Hull Transducer & Pairs for Axiom+ RV, Axiom Pro & RVX-1000 sonars
RealVision Stainless Steel Through Hull Transducer & Pairs for Axiom+ RV, Axiom Pro RVX & RVX-1000 sonars
Bronze, 1kW, Dual Frequency (50/200 kHz) for CP370
Bronze, 600W, Dual Frequency (50/200 kHz) with Tilted Element Technology for CP370 Sonar
Stainless Steel, 1kW, Dual Frequency (50/200 kHz) with Tilted Element Technology for CP370 Sonar
When choosing a transducer to fit your sonar/fish finder needs, it’s important to consider the following things: mounting options, materials, display, power, frequency and cone angles. Each of these variables will help determine which transducer is right for you.View Guide