Lowrance Lcx-17m

Discussion in 'Fish Finder Review and Study' started by DeerHunter01, May 14, 2006.

  1. DeerHunter01

    DeerHunter01 Active Member


    Display Super-high-detail 7" (17.8 cm) diagonal monochrome display
    Incredible 480Vx640H pixel resolution
    Advanced cold cathode backlighting
    Programmable 16-level grayscale
    Multiple full- and split-screen sonar/GPS options
    4 background gray tone choices

    Sonar/Sounder <<
    Choice of dual-frequency (50/200 kHz) or single-frequency (200 kHz) Skimmer® transducer with built-in temp sensor
    Up to 1,000 watts RMS (8,000 watts peak-to-peak) power
    Depth range to 3,000 feet* (915 m) and beyond
    FlashGraf™ LCD flasher+sonar graph with GRAYLINE®
    HyperScroll™ displays fish targets at higher boat speeds
    Standard sonar features - Advanced Signal Processing (ASP™), GRAYLINE®, Advanced Fish Symbol I.D.™, FishTrack™, multi-zoom options, sonar alarms, backup memory, and more

    GPS/Mapping <<
    Precision 12-parallel channel GPS+WAAS receiver
    1,000 waypoints/1,000 event markers/100 routes/100 waypoints per route
    100 savable plot trails/10,000 points per trail
    37 map zoom ranges, 0.05–4,000 miles
    Two waterproof MMC/SD memory card slots for mapping, recording, and upgrading
    Enhanced built in background map of the continental U.S. and Hawaii
    Compatible with optional MapCreate™ USA Topo custom mapping software
    Compatible with optional plug-&-play Lowrance FreedomMaps™, Fishing Hot Spots® Elite, LakeMaster® Pro Maps, NauticPath™ USA, and Navionics® electronic charts

    Recording <<
    Advanced digital recording/playback of sonar graph and GPS details…plus custom map uploading…with reusable Multi-Media Cards

    Components <<
    NMEA 2000® compatible for LowranceNET™ networking
    Audio Output
    High-impact screen cover
    Sealed and waterproof
    Full one-year warranty