If the fish is out there, you will definitely find it and quickly thanks to Element 12 HV HV-100 marine display, the transom sensor of which simultaneously implements several of the most advanced CHIRP technologies with scanning underwater space using multiple different frequencies.
1. The sensor uses frequencies of 1.2 MHz, 350 kHz, 200 kHz, due to which RealVision 3D and CHIRP scanning technologies are implemented: DownVision, HyperVision, SideVision.
2. CHIRP and RealVision 3D technologies, which combine and integrate the HV-100 transducer, provide horizontal and vertical scanning:
- RealVision 3D - three-dimensional image of scanned objects;
- DownVision - scanning the area under the boat;
- SideVision - scanning the area along the sides.
3. Due to the variety of frequencies, scanning can be performed at various depths:
- in frequency mode 1.2 MHz - 30 meters;
- in frequency mode 350 kHz - 180 meters;
- in the high-frequency range of 200 kHz - more than 270 meters.
Pay attention to the comfortable keyboard with large buttons. You can program several of them as hotkeys to reduce the time for display commands. One such
Waypoint button is designed to quickly fix the places where fish are found. Combined with LightHouse NC2, C-MAP, Navionics, or GPS capabilities, you can easily find these places when you're done searching and fishing.
Buy an economical sonar Element 12 HV HV-100 - it saves not only the time for fish searching, but also your money.
Features of Element 12 HV with Buttons, Hypervision CHIRP Sonar and HV-100 transducer
NMEA 0183 is a combined electrical and data specification for communication between marine electronics such as echo sounder, sonars, anemometer, gyrocompass, autopilot, GPS receivers and many other types of instruments.
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