Humminbird RH45 4kW 59" Open Array Radar w/ Ethernet Connection

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Technical Features for Humminbird RH45 4kW 59" Open Array Radar w/ Ethernet Connection

Product # 750012-1

The Humminbird 750012-1 RH45 open array radar is a strong 4kW wireless system which comes with Ethernet connection.

750012-1 Features:

  • 59" Open Array Radar
  • Peak Power Output: 4kW
  • Rotation: 24 rpm
  • Comes w/ Ethernet Connection

For Humminbird Models:
  • 800 Series: 898c SI, 858c DI, 858c, 859ci HD, Combo, 859ci HD DI Combo, 859ci HD, XD Combo, 899ci HD SI Combo
  • 900 Series: 998c SI, 958c DI, 958c, 959ci HD Combo, 959ci HD DI Combo, 959ci HD XD Combo, 999ci HD SI Combo
  • 1100 Series: 1159ci HD Combo, 1159ci HD DI Combo, 1159ci HD XD Combo, 1199ci HD SI Combo
  • ION Series: All
  • ONIX Series: All

The RH44 4kW 59" Open Array Radar w/ Ethernet Connection has many exciting features for users of all types. You can extend the lifetime of your RH44 4kW 59" Open Array Radar w/ Ethernet Connection with the purchase of a FactoryOutletStore Extended Warranty. The RH44 4kW 59" Open Array Radar w/ Ethernet Connection is sold as a Brand New Unopened Item.

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