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Lowrance has released the next-generation of its powerful, yet affordable fishfinder/chartplotter family: the Elite Ti2. Here’s what’s new with Elite Ti2… ACTIVE IMAGING™ SONAR Active Imaging Sonar rethinks what anglers should expect from a fishfinder. Active Imaging combines Lowrance CHIRP sonar, with Side and DownScan Imaging™ allowing anglers to quickly search fish-holding structure, and enhances FishReveal™ with higherlevel clarity and target separation. Simple to use, without the need to change frequencies while fishing in most conditions, the Active Imaging 800 kHz setting provides crystal-clear detail with uncompromised range. Active Imaging can also operate at the 455 kHz frequency.

WIRELESS NETWORKING Now featuring full connectivity without the hassle of cable installation, Elite Ti2 offers anglers the ability to wirelessly share sonar and charting between two displays, as well as sync waypoint data, and the display’s network configurator allows for quick and easy set up.

BLUETOOTH® CALLING AND TEXT NOTIFICATIONS Offering greater convenience on the water, Bluetooth notifications on Elite Ti2 allow anglers to keep their phones stored in a safe location while still receiving incoming call and text notifications. “Our Elite Ti Series has been a favourite among anglers, offering cutting-edge fish finding technology in a perfectly priced standalone unit, and with the introduction of Elite Ti2 we’re giving them even more to be excited about,” said Leif Ottosson, CEO and president, Navico. “Active Imaging sonar, wireless networking of sonar and chart data and mobile messaging convenience, bring high-value performance from our top of the line HDS range to anglers at an amazing price.” Lowrance Elite Ti2 is available in 7-, 9- and 12-inch display sizes, and various charting and transducer bundles, ranging in price from $1,299 to $3,599 RRP AUD.


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