Boat fish finder 000-12185-001
colorCHIRP

boat fish finder
boat fish finder
boat fish finder
boat fish finder
boat fish finder
boat fish finder
boat fish finder
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Technology
color, CHIRP

Description

S2009 Fish Finder The S2009 combines CHIRP-enabled sonar with a 9-inch portrait display for maximum vertical detail, and intuitive keypad-driven operation for reliable control in all conditions. This dedicated echosounder integrates seamlessly with other Simrad displays, while offering charter captains and long-range sportfishing vessels the reliability of a self-contained sonar platform. Product details Integrated CHIRP Echosounder S2000 series displays feature a built-in echosounder module with CHIRP technology to deliver higher resolution, improved target separation, and greater image clarity than traditional sonar. Simrad technology makes CHIRP available not only for special-purpose CHIRP transducers, but also for traditional single-frequency transducers. This offers a cost-effective upgrade to CHIRP technology by installing an S2000 series fish finder for use with your existing transducer. 9-inch Portrait Display The S2009 maximises screen size where limited mounting space is available, with a compact 9-inch portrait display that’s perfect for centre consoles. Its vertical layout shows the water column with a high level of detail, making it easy to distinguish individual fish arches and other key features. Key Features Integrated 9-inch portrait display High brightness ideal for outside installation High depth penetration and ping speed Simple operation with 8 direct-access menu keys Customise your view to highlight targets of interest Bracket or flush-mount installation (bracket included)

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