Depth transducer CM599LM
water temperatureacousticfor boat

depth transducer
depth transducer
depth transducer
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Measured value
depth, water temperature, acoustic
Application domain
for boat
Other characteristics
ultrasonic, CHIRP


Having the right tool for the job makes the job easier and gives better results. The right tool for covering deep-water haunts of swordfish, tuna, and other species is a 2 to 3 kW low and medium-frequency transducer. The Chirp-ready CM599LM delivers the deep-water performance of the low frequency down to 3,048 m (10,000') plus the detail-delivering returns produced by the narrower beams of the medium band. Chirp technology delivers five to ten-times greater detail and resolution than conventional frequencies. This transducer delivers up to 82 kHz of total bandwidth in a single installation. The CM599LM Chirps across the following bandwidths: Low frequency 28 to 60 kHz, Medium frequency 80 to 130 kHz Features Depth and fast-response water-temperature sensor 2 to 3 kW of power for superior deep-water performance Low frequency: 28 to 60 kHz 23° to 9° port-starboard beamwidth 11° to 5° fore-aft beamwidth Maximum depth performance to 3,048 m (10,000') Medium frequency: 80 to 130 kHz 13° to 8° beamwidth Maximum depth performance to 914 m (3,000') 82 kHz of total bandwidth from one transducer Covers popular fishing frequencies of 38, 50, 88, and 107 kHz plus everything else in the bandwidth Urethane housing with Curved-edge Design for wet-box installation Also available as in-hull (R599LM) and external (R509LM) mounts Exclusive Xducer ID® technology


Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

International WorkBoat Show 2023
International WorkBoat Show 2023

29 Nov - 01 Dec 2023 New Orleans (USA - Louisiana) Stand 3505

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