With its sweeping vertical scan the Interphase iScan V90 continuously updates the forward looking display to show changing water depths, shoals, reefs, schools of bait, bottom structure and other suspended objects like fish. It's small easy-to-install phased-array transducer uses no moving parts and steers a 12-degree acoustic beam, in a vertical plane, from the surface ahead and down to 600 feet below.
Interphase's new iSCAN V90 Forward Looking Sonar, based on Interphase's proven and award winning phased-array technology, is the ideal navigation aid for cruisers, sport fishermen and many other types of recreational and light commercial vessels who want to "see what's ahead". Sporting a wide sunlight-viewable color LCD, this compact unit allows boaters to see the bottom ahead and submerged objects up to 1,200 feet forward of the vessel's bow.
The SE-200 Sonar Engine, introduced earlier this year, is the industry's first "black-box" forward looking sonar with simultaneous VGA and composite video outputs. Forward looking sonar allows boaters to view the underwater area ahead of the vessel to help navigate shallow channels, warn of shallowing bottom conditions, the presence of underwater objects including rocks, reefs and schools of bait and fish.
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