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Looking into purchasing ( or hopefully purchased for me ) a sounder, probably the Humminbird matrix 12x or something along those lines and need some help on how people power there system.
My knowledge on power and battery consumption is alittle poor so after a short chat to my Dad on the above subject im even more confused :? .
Ive read some good articles on AKFF on alternatives and i am looking for the smallest battery size possible with around 10 hours of running power, but what do people use to power there FF?
The specifications of the FF are available here :
http://www.humminbird.com.au/index.php? ... 87a4cc201a
Add-on Accessory Capability: GPS Receiver, Matrix-SmartCast Wireless Sonar Link, WeatherSense barometric pressure & speed capable
Depth Capability: 260 metres
Display window size: 127 mm diagonal
Display Matrix: 240v x 240h
Display Type: 12 level greyscale contrast FSTN LCD
Power Output: 250 watts (RMS), 2000 watts (peak to peak)
Operating frequency: 200 kHz
Sonar Coverage: 20Ã‚Â° @ -10db
Target Seperation: 63 mm
Transducer: Transom mount
Power input range: 10-20 VDC
Mounting: Tilt & swivel quick connect mount system
Unit Size: Installed: 178H x 184W x 102D mm
Head 149H x 184W x 44D mm
Optional GPS Features: 750 waypoints, 10 tracks with 2000 points each
* Transducer requires clean non aerated water flow path
Any help would be appreciated