SPORTSCAN SIDE - SCAN SONAR

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   Never before have so many high end features in a high resolution digital Side-Scan Sonar been offered at such an affordable price.

   This system, designed by one of the worlds leaders in high resolution sonar imaging rivals systems costing many times the price. The quality, detail and ease of use of this Side-Scan Sonar truly has to be seen to be appreciated.  This side-scan sonar is available in single Frequency (330 kHz), and dual frequency (330 and 800 kHz),  The small size of this system provides the utmost in portability.

 

Specifications:                                                                                                          

Towfish Construction:

Molded Polyurethane and anodized aluminum

Ballast:

Standard diver belt weights (available at dive stores)

Balance:

By moving the tow yoke to a balance point.

Transducers:

Single Frequency:

2x330 kHz -Beam 1.8x60 

 

Dual Frequency:

2x330kHz -Beam 1.8x60 

2x800 kHz - Beam .7 x 30

Range:

15,30,60,90,120 metre  (50,100,200,300,400 feet)

Towfish Depth:

30 metre (100 feet) Maximum

Power:

12 Volts DC at 500 mA

Communication:

RS-232C serial interface

Software:

Included for Windows 95/98/ME/XP/2000

Dimensions:

11.4 cm (4.5") diameter X 83.3 cm (32.8") long

Cable:

7mm (.3") diameter x 22.8m (75ft) standard

60 m (200ft) optional.   45 kg (1000) lb break strength

Weight:

Towfish: 4.5 kg (10 lb.) without weights

Standard Cable: 1.7 kg (3.8lb.)

Computer:

Pentium 100MHz or better (not included)

Display Colours:

Colour, Grayscale, Reverse Grey, Yellow/Brown 

 

Options:                                                                                                                      

60 m (200ft) tow cable

USB to Serial converter

Tow Clamp

PCMCIA to serial converter

GPS units

Travel and storage Cases


Sample Images:


The image above is a typical computer screen image.  The center horizontal line represents the path of the vessel.  The port and starboard of this line form an aerial view of the bottom.





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