Boat sonar 000-13260-001
high-resolution

boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
boat sonar
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Application domain
for boats
Other characteristics
high-resolution

Description

Product details Up to Three Transducers for Ultimate Visibility The S5100 is our first sounder module to feature three fully independent sonar channels, delivering true simultaneous coverage of up to three different depth ranges with uncompromising performance at every range. Connect three single-channel transducers, or pair one dual-channel and one single-channel, to create the perfect sonar coverage for the areas you fish and the species you target. Because all three sonar channels are completely independent, different frequency ranges can be viewed simultaneously a split-screen layout on a single display. Sharper Target Resolution, Wider Coverage CHIRP technology uses frequency-swept pulses to provide improved target resolution and noise rejection compared to traditional single-frequency sonar. With the S5100’s advanced CHIRP technology, you’ll see clear to the bottom with no mid-water noise or clutter. The S5100 is also compatible with Airmar’s wide‐angle CHIRP transducers; these deliver enhanced coverage of the upper water column, and are a perfect fit for targeting pelagic species. Key Features Three fully independent sonar channels High-resolution, noise-free clarity at all depth ranges Combine any three CHIRP frequency ranges to target multiple depths Compatible with wide-angle transducers for greater coverage Simultaneous split-screen viewing of multiple depth ranges Maximum depth of 3,000 metres / 10,000 feet (transducer dependent) Plug-and-play 9-pin transducer connectors for easy installation

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