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Airmar Dual Frequency EchoRange M195 Smart Sonar Depth Sensor

Airmar Dual Frequency EchoRange M195 Smart Sonar Depth Sensor

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The Airmar EchoRange M195 Smart Sensor is a dual frequency depth sonar for hydrographic surveys, dredging, or bottom characterization.

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  • Operates at 30 kHz and 200 kHz frequencies
  • Outputs both depth and temperature
  • Embedded tranceivers with digital NMEA 0183 output
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The Airmar EchoRange Smart Sensor, featuring embedded micro-electronics, processes depth signals inside the sensor itself and transmits via NMEA 0183 protocol. Pairing the compact EchoRange Smart Sensor with a computer or other instrument provides a low-cost hydrographic survey unit. This model is ideal for surface autonomous underwater vehicles for bottom mapping and bottom characterization applications (such as detecting a soft versus a hard bottom). The compact transducer also makes it ideal for portable applications.
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