The Product Line
The Airmar's marine product line includes fishfinder transducers that mount through the hull, in the hull, and on the transom. We also offer temperature sensors, NMEA 0183 sensors, and NMEA 2000® sensors. Our high-performance, 1 kW transducers use broadband technology which enhances overall fishfinder function.
In 1982, AIRMAR brought its first product to market, a transom-mounted transducer. Two years later, the company patented the TRIDUCER® multisensor which revolutionized marine-sensor technology. From that modest beginning, Airmar has grown steadily to become the world-recognized leader in marine-sensing technology. Holding numerous patents and manufacturing the broadest line of depth, speed, temperature, and Smart™ Sensors has made us the "standard" in the marine-sensor market. Building on this foundation of excellence, Airmar has moved into ultrasonic transducers that operate in air for industrial use, as well as integrated sensors such as the WeatherStation® Instrument. Our customers appreciate the quality and innovative technology of our products.
The Product Line
Airmar's marine and industrial sensors serve a wide range of international markets. Our marine product line includes fishfinder transducers that mount through the hull, in the hull, and on the transom. We also offer temperature sensors, NMEA 0183 sensors, and NMEA 2000® sensors. Our high-performance, 1 kW transducers use broadband technology which enhances overall fishfinder function. Airmar also has a full line of survey-echosounder and portable-survey transducers including models suitable for shallow water, harbor survey, deep water, ocean survey, and sub-bottom profiling. The industrial line includes ultrasonic air transducers for a wide variety of applications including: flow and level measurement, automation control, proximity sensing, tank level sensing, distance measurement, and obstacle avoidance. Factory Mutual (FM) approved transducer models are suitable for Class l, Division 1 Hazardous Locations. Airmar also offers custom air and marine transducers built to your specifications and integrated sensors. Our WeatherStation Instruments combine readings from an ultrasonic anemometer, temperature sensor, barometric pressure sensor, and humidity sensor, all in a single compact unit without moving parts.
The Airmar Difference
The right transducer enhances the performance of any echosounder, no matter what the power level or price. From our small jet-ski sensors to our large steel-tank transducers, Airmar’s depth, speed, and temperature sensors are the most responsive in the market. We pride ourselves on the little extras we add to products that make a big difference in performance and customer satisfaction.
Airmar’s skilled team of world-renowned scientists, multi-disciplined engineers, designers, and technicians lead the company in research and development. Outstanding people coupled with our cutting-edge facility featuring three acoustic test tanks and state-of-the-art testing equipment, allows us to develop and test new technologies quickly, accurately, and cost effectively.
Airmar gives constant attention to producing the highest quality products. We begin with the best materials from qualified vendors. Then we closely monitor the manufacturing process followed by rigorous final testing. Our commitment to quality is reflected in our ISO 9001 certification. Airmar also endeavors to be an environmentally responsible company. To learn more about our compliance with RoHS and REACH directives, please click here.
Customer satisfaction and product quality are the responsibility of every Airmar employee. These are achieved through creative research, design integrity, consistent workmanship, adherence to specifications, process monitoring, and continuous improvement.
Stephen G. Boucher, Founder and CEO of Airmar
Airmar B260 Thru-Hull 50 - 200 kHz Narrow Beam Transducer With Fairing The B260 is our best performing, bronze, thru-hull stem for 1 kW echosounders. Its construction utilizes separate 50 kHz and 200 kHz elements for unparalled deep-water performance and unmatched bottom and water-column detail
Airmar B164 —Tilted Element™ Transducer 50-200 khz Through Hull Transducer Step up to a 1kW—Without a Fairing! Airmar has taken our innovative Tilted Element™ technology to a higher power.
Airmar Lowrance M260 50-200 khz In Hull Transducer The M260 is our best-performing, in-hull model for 300 W to 1 kW echosounders. Its construction utilizes separate 50 kHz and 200 kHz elements for excellent deep-water performance and exceptional bottom and water-column detail.
Airmar Lowrance P66 DT The P66 TRIDUCER® multisensor features a 50/200 kHz, dual-frequency, single-ceramic element. This hydrodynamic housing with a rounded nose reduces the turbulence under the transducer’s face for accurate high-speed readings and clear display images.
The Airmar P79 50-200 khz Xsonic Shoot Through Hull Transducer Adjusts to hull deadrise angles up to 22°. This ensures that the beam is vertically oriented to receive echos resulting in accurate depth readings. Fitted with XSONIC plug for LOWRANCE 9 - Pin (Black Transducer Plug as on Elite-Ti & HDS Gen3 and HDS Carbon)
Airmar Lowrance TM 260 1 kW Transom Mount Skimmer Transducer The new TM260 takes the legendary performance of the B260 to your vessel’s transom. This top-of-the-line broadband transom-mount brings crystal clear imaging to any of today’s fishfinders.
Airmar TM150M XSONIC — Transom Mount Skimmer Transducer Medium CHIRP 300 W 95 - 158 kHZ CHIRP Range: 2500 ft / 700 meters / 350 Fathoms Fitted with XSONIC plug for LOWRANCE 9 - Pin (Black Transducer Plug as on Elite-Ti & HDS Gen3 and HDS Carbon) Requires Adapter Cable (See Reccomended Accesories) to Connect to any Lowrance 7- Pin Blue Transducer Socket
Airmar MM1-DST-BL 1kW Mix and Match Transducer Cable to Lowrance 7-Pin Connector: 7-pin, depth, speed and temp Fits: Lowrance and Simrad units with 7-Pin blue or gray connector, Simrad NSE, NSS and NSO Series 9 m (29.5’) cable length Provides Full "XSONIC" Smart ID between Compatible Transducers and Compatable Head Units