It’s equipped with a 10.4-inch display, LED backlit, full color TFT, with a 1024H x 768V pixel resolution, and of course, TouchScreen technology just as the other ONIX series fish finders, which makes it operable as a tablet or smartphone.
This unit comes with the standard Dual Beam Plus sonar technology, being operable at two frequencies: 200 kHz, with a 20° coverage, or 83 kHz, with a 60° coverage, with a depth capability of 1,500 ft. Both views can be observerd simultaneously in split-screen. It has a standard power output of 500 Watts RMS / 4,000 Watts PTP, but can be upgraded to 1,000 Watts RMS / 8,000 Watts PTP with an optional 50 kHz deepwater transducer, which can increase its depth capability up to 5,000 ft. For extreme deepwater use, up to 10,000 ft., there’s the option of the SM3000, with a CHIRP Ethernet Sonar module. It also supports 360 Imaging.
The standard transducer of this unit is the Transom XNT 14 20 T. The head unit of this fish finder comes with a Gimbal mounting kit, but there’s also the option of an In-Dash mounting kit.
The navigational capabilities of the ONIX10ci Combo include precision GPS, and the TriFuel cartography package, which gives you access to the world-base maps from Navionics®, C-MAP® and Humminbird charts. This unit can also support Lakemaster, Navionics Platinum +, Gold and HotMaps and C-Map. NMEA2000 is included, however Radar2 and iPilotLINK are only optional. Last but not least, it can store up to 3,000 waypoints, 200 routes and 50 tracks (20,000 points each).