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Lowrance® Elite-4 HDI Fishfinder/Chartplotter

   

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83/200 455/800

50/200 455/800

  • Lowrance exclusive, high-resolution, 4.3" color display
  • Hybrid Dual Imaging™ (HDI)
  • Broadband Sounder™ plus exclusive DownScan Imaging™
  • 3-pane splitscreen
The Lowrance Elite-4 HDI Fishfinder/Chartplotter with Hybrid Dual Imaging combines Broadband Sounder with DownScan Imaging technology, then adds a GPS antenna and high-definition mapping for good measure. The Elite 4 HDI includes many of the same features incorporated in the popular Elite-7 HDI unit, while offering the option of Hybrid Dual Imaging at a more affordable price. The Elite-4 HDI comes with a 4.3" display that boasts increased resolution. This is also the first 4.3" compact display to offer 3-pane splitscreen.

Manufacturer model #: 000-11236-001.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by New underwater experience I just installed my Elite-4 HDI and used it along the eastern expanses of Georgian Bay. Here, the towering white limestone cliffs and peninsulas (similar to Greece and Dover England) are often present underwater as well. Quite an experience with the Elite-4 HDI DSI -- seeing immense depths suddenly rush up beneath you, or seeing huge submerged boulders creep by you at a safe depth. It adds a new dimension to boating. You'll have to research the Web to determine the best transducer placement and waterproof mounting methods. The device tracked flawlessly to 40 mph. I bought the Elite-4 HDI for its GPS and DSI -- it certainly lived up to its advertising. May 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Having some issues with it. It's picking up a lot of interference and not sure if its from the lower unit. I originally bought the 4x dsi just to find out that it doesn't really work in saltwater. Then upgraded to this one. It is still having issues with finding anything. Going to try a clamp style transducer mount so that I can move the transducer further away from the lower unit of my out board. My old humminbird that I paid $10 for at a garage sale worked great. The GPS on this is really nice and so far I haven't put in at too many inland lakes. So far haven't had an issue of it not knowing where I was. Shows water temp and speed. Can also hook it into a marine radio and it will track other vessels and let other vessels know where you are. Pretty fancy for my little 16' aluminum starcraft. March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Decent value and great imaging. I like the dual imaging. I had the Elite-5 DSI previously on a larger boat. This one is virtually the same, but adds traditional sonar in a dual-view capacity. Dual-view makes reading structure easier and you can interpret findings more accurately. I also was able to use my Navionics Gold micro-sd from my Elite-5 giving me more detailed cartography. I do not like the clumsy connectors used. I wish it had a base that easily removed the unit and connections in one. February 28, 2014
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I will be in water that will get as deep as 60-100 feet at times saltwater
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Down scan 455/800 depth is max 300' broadband 83/2000 max depth is 750'.
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The Fishfinder/Chartplotter is the same unit. The difference is with the one you get the Navionics® Gold mapping charts, which provide essential cartographic reference detail, including data from public and private sources, as well as special surveys. Easy-to-use interactive display allows you to consult port plans, select safety depth contours, access marine services phone numbers and other useful details.

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Thank you for your inquiry. The Elite 4 HDI will show you where you are, name of the city, name of the lake, but will not show any details. You can purchase additional mapping via an SD card, Navionics Hotmaps Premium, Fishing Hotspots.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. Yes, you can use the HDI Trolling Motor Adaptor Bracket model 000-10978-001 SKU number 1958542 for $19.99.
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The difference will be in the transducers. The 83/200 transducer is used for inland/freshwate and will have a wider angle cone.
The 50/200 will be better used in deeper great lakes/coastal saltwater and will penetrate water to a deeper depth.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. The transducer that comes with it can be shot through the hull. This would be a good model for finding accurate depth in saltwater flats. The best model would be the best model out of all of our products, something in the HDS series.
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83/200 hertz that also does down scan imaging
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This unit comes with a Transom Mount Transducer.
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Yes for Erie. No for a lot of the others. There are software packages available just like updating the maps in a car GPS. They are sold by region and I don't know about north of the border.
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Hi, thank you for your question. The Lowrance® Elite-4 HDI Fishfinder/Chartplotter includes a detailed U.S. map featuring more than 3,000 lakes and rivers and coastal contours to 1,000 feet. Lake Erie will be listed on us side in Minnesota and I show Lake St. Clair in Michigan. For Canadian lakes, you might purchase one of the optional chart upgrades include Lake Insight™ and Nautic Insight™ PRO and HD, Navionics® Gold and HotMaps® Premium, Fishing Hotspots® PRO and Jeppesen C-Map Max-N.
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Case Size: 6.6” H x 3.6” W; 7.5” H with bracket. Thanks

http://www.lowrance.com/Root/Lowrance-Documents/Elite-4-HDI_IG_988-10575-001_w.pdf
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