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Old 09-11-2019, 12:04 PM   #1
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Simrad 12’ plotter, sonar black box and new transducer

Simrad NSE12 12” chartplotter, LSS1 sonar black box and new TotalScan transducer, $700/offer

• NSE12 chartplotter, used, shipped Mar11, SW: v4.0, Platform: 4.0.9213-r35, accepts Navionics (1st pic) or Simrad chart cards, older installed Simrad Insight chart set (3rd pic) included (not a card)

• Structscan LSS-1 Sonar Black Box, used, connects via Ethernet to NSE12 and accepts Simrad 9-pin transducers

• New: Simrad/Lowrance TotalScan Skimmer Med/High 455/800 Transducer, 9-pin, with brackets. Purchased new Aug19, never used, sells for $300 at Hodges.com

NSE screen has an old imperfection around its circumference (visible in pictures below), has been no factor in use. You can see it working in St Petersburg for the next couple weeks, until I remove it.
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Old 09-12-2019, 09:10 PM   #2
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Simrad NSE12 12” chartplotter, LSS1 sonar black box and new TotalScan transducer, $700/



•Structscan LSS-1 Sonar Black Box, used, connects via Ethernet to NSE12 and accepts Simrad 9-pin transducersremove it.


Can you mount the transducer on to a steel hull?
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I believe it is intended to be a transom mounted transducer. The heavy plastic bracket would attached to your transom. The transducer attaches to the bracket. The transducer would not be in contact with your hull. The bracket articulates for fine adjustment.
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I believe it is intended to be a transom mounted transducer.
I suspect this is mounted above waterline?
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Transducers operate in the water. The mounting is at about the waterline.
If you are asking can you install the transducer while your boat is in the water, the answer is yes. No through-hull holes are required.

If that is your aim, I'd have my bottom-cleaning diver drill the four 1/8" holes for the bracket mounting screws, put some 4200 on the screws and screw it in. My diver would charge about $50 to do that when he was here doing a cleaning. The holes are not through the hull, just ~1/2" deep to mount the bracket.
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Transducers operate in the water.

That was exactly my question. I might be interested.
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The holes are not through the hull, just ~1/2" deep to mount the bracket.


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Price reduced to $650

Price reduced to $650 for 12” Chart Plotter, Sonar Black Box and new TotalScan Transducer.
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I tried to PM you again............thanks
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Now $600

In a PM, I was asked if I would split the system and sell parts separately.

I will sell the NSE12+LSS1 (sonar black box) for $550.

I will sell the brand new (purchased Sep19, never been installed) TotalScan Transducer for $125.

Buy it all for $600.

Buyer pays S&H (or pick up in St Pete, FL); seller pays the PayPal transaction fee.
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Includes Simrad cable for audio and 0183 data sharing. I had this interfaced to my 0183 autopilot and 0183 VHF – worked great. The NSE12 has a NMEA2000 port, as well.
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12" Chart Plotter $575

Now $575 for all!
12” NSE12 Chart Plotter, Sonar Black Box and new TotalScan Transducer
Buyer pays S&H (or pick up in St Pete, FL); seller pays the PayPal transaction fee.
Several people have expressed interest and one offered $575 but did not follow through.
Price is firm for at least the next week....
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