|Raymarine launches new CP450C sonar|
|Tuesday, 28 February 2012 17:27|
Raymarine announced the launch of its new CP450C ClearPulse CHIRP sonar, a cutting edge black box fish-finder option for the all new Raymarine e-Series and c-Series line of multifunction displays.
The CP450C goes beyond high definition and offers up to ten times the resolution of traditional fish-finders. ClearPulse CHRIP technology takes advantage of a wide spectrum of sonar signals to deliver amazing detail and accuracy. The CP450C also features TruZoom mode for a precise and magnified view of fish targets, bottom structure, and baitfish without any loss of resolution seen with traditional fish-finder zoom mode.
Shallow water or offshore the CP450C can operate in a wide range of sonar frequencies simultaneously, using two independent CHRIP sonar transceivers. The CP450C detects fish and other underwater targets using any discreet frequency from 25 to 250 kHz, subject to transducer support. CP450C also offers mid-band frequency support in the 75 to 130 kHz range.
The CP450C also features an ultra-fast 80 ping-per-second update rate, providing enhanced target detail in shallow water and when moving at high speeds. Unlike traditional high-speed scrolling, the CP450C actually images the bottom at up to twice the speed of typical fish-finders, providing real time information of water depth and bottom conditions when you need it most.
For further information contact:Raymarine Marine Electronics, UK Web: www.raymarine.co.uk
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