Clipper Depth Instrument

Clipper Depth Instrument


The Clipper Depth Instrument features cutting edge technology that is intuitively simple to operate.


  • Audio And Visual Deep And Shallow Alarms
  • User Selectable Feet Or Meters
  • Intelligent Gain Control And Manual Override
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The outstanding Clipper range of instruments incorporate technically advanced electronics in an industry standard 110mm square case. Ease of use and display clarity were top of the design brief. All Clipper instruments have giant digits and multilevel backlighting.

Technical Specifications:

  • 40mm high digits
  • Depth below transducer/below keel/below surface
  • Selectable display rate and depth averaging rate
  • Depth trend indicator
  • High transmit power
  • All settings stored in non-volatile memory
  • Tactile keypad
  • Complete with weather cover and transducer
  • Consumption 20mA +25Ma for backlight (max)
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