Lowrance Elite 9 Ti2 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo with US Inland Chart – No Transducer

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Elite-9 Ti² US Inland, No Transducer

A mid-sized display with a 9-inch, high-resolution SolarMAX touchscreen, the Elite-9 Ti2 fishfinder/chartplotter supports Active Imaging, FishReveal, plus built-in high-detail US Inland charts and Genesis Live onscreen mapping.

NEW Active Imaging
Perfect for pinpointing fish-holding areas like rockpiles, standing timber, weedbeds, ditches and drop-offs, It delivers the most superior clarity and the highest res. images of fish and structure at a longer range than any other structure-imaging technology

Wireless Networking
For the first time ever with the Elite series, you won’t need any cables to share sonar, mapping, waypoint and route data between Elite Ti2 displays

Mapping In Real-Time
Update the maps of your favorite fishing spot or map unmapped areas with 1/2 ft. contours in real time with C-MAP Genesis Live. Genesis Live uses digital depth to create high-def maps featuring 1/2ft. contours. This level of detail makes it easy to find areas where fish like to hide, like drop-offs, points, and ditches. It gives you control over contour transparency, contour density, depth and safety shading color palettes, and more. Create your Genesis Live maps in real-time, saving them to a microSD card

Preloaded High-Detail Mapping
Preloaded US Inland mapping featuring 4,000 lakes with 1ft. contours. The built-in map helps you narrow your search for productive water by making it easier to locate fishing hot spots like ledges, drop offs and cover

C-MAP Easy Routing and Navionics Dock-to-Dock Autorouting
Navigate faster and easier with automatic route planning. This menu-activated feature automatically plots the shortest and safest course based on a boat’s draft, beam and height, creating a route around a landmass, shoals and other fixed navigational hazards. Requires C-MAP MAX-N+ charts, Nav+ or Navionics Platinum charts