Add the power of a digital adaptive sounder to your Raymarine system for high-performance fishfinding capability. This black box digital fishfinder provides full-function fishfinder capabilities to Raymarine C-Series Classic, E-Series Classic, C-Series Widescreen, E-Series Widescreen and G-Series Displays (DSM400 not compatible with C-Series Classic or Widescreen displays) using HD Digitial technology. Their patented transmitter receiver automatically adjusts the receiver bandwidth to help eliminate surface clutter so you can target fish accurately at all depths.
With infinite receiver bandwidth settings and a digital filter, this sounder constantly adapts to water and seabed conditions producing a dramatically clearer picture. See fish you could never see before with superior fish and structure detection in conditions where other fishfinders struggle. Plus, automatic control of sensitivity, ping rate and transmit power means completely “hands-off” operation-no manual adjustment necessary. Transducer sold separately.
- Maximum Power: 600W
- Maximum Depth: 3,000'
- System: 12V
- Waterproof: No, remote bulkhead mount
- Dimensions: 10.76" x 7.37" x 2.43"
- Transducer: Not included
- Cable Length: 3m Power cable and 3m interface cable supplied
- Interface Inputs/Outputs: E-Series (SeaTalkhs), C-Series and hsb2
- Warranty: Two years
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Comments about DSM30 Digital Sounder Module:
A digital sounder that has the capability and ease of adjustment is a must fishing for Albacore off the PacNW coast. I rely on my digital sounder to help me locate deep feeding fish so I can target them at depth. Easy adjustment allows me to set the gain and range functions to suit my needs in blue water to see fish and bait in the top 200' of the water column.
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