HawkEye In Dash Depth Finders

HawkEye In Dash Depth Finders


The HawkEye In Dash Depth Finders are designed to produce a range of readings from bottom contour, fish location, and thermoclines, to a variety of other useful sonar data.


  • Instant depth updates to the nearest 1/10th foot or meter
  • Automatic memory retention of all user settings
  • Dual upper and lower depth alarms can be set throughout the full depth range
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The high-tech, multipurpose fish finders are designed to produce a range of readings from bottom contour, fish location, and thermoclines, to a variety of other useful sonar data. However, the technology used to decipher between these different signals coupled with the configuration of their specialized transducers greatly reduces their ability to give instant bottom readings. The HawkEye® D10D Digital Depth Sounder is engineered to give precise depth readings from 2.5 to 200 (.7 to 60.9 M) feet, at speeds up to 63 mph (101 kph). Say goodbye to the days of not knowing the depth while running your boat on plane.


  • Algorithmic Programming Significantly Reduces False Readings and Produces Unmatched Precision
  • Instant Depth Updates to the Nearest 1/10th Foot or Meter (under 99.9 Feet) Updated Four Times Per Second
  • Smart, Digital Programming Allows Use Side by Side with Other Sonar Devices; Even Fish Finders
  • EasyTouch ProgrammingTM Permits One-Touch Access to the User Adjustable Settings
  • User Programmable Keel Offset Automatically Adjusts Depth Readings for Vessels Draft Requirements
  • User Selectable Feet or Meter Readout
  • Dual Upper and Lower Depth Alarms Can Be Set Throughout the Full Depth Range
  • 3-Stage Advanced Warning SystemTM Clearly Signals an Alarm Condition with an Audible Alarm, LED and LCD Indicators
  • One-Touch Alarm Muting
  • Automatic Memory Retention of All User Settings
  • High Speed, Dual Mount Transducer (Transom/In-Hull)
  • ShootThruTM Sonar Technology Allows Readings to be Obtained Through Solid Fiberglass and up to 1/8th Inch Aluminum Hulls
  • Removable Transom Transducer Bracket for Low-Profile In-Hull Mounting
  • HawkEye® Transducer Exchange Program Adapts to Special Mounting Needs
  • Removable Face System - System Includes Both White and Black Color Combinations
  • No Glare, Polarized LCD Icon Display - Spot Free Viewing With or Without Sunglasses
  • Largest Display Available on an In-Dash Depth Sounder
  • SoftGlowTM Backlit Display and Programming Keys- Low Intensity, Low Temperature Lighting Prevents Eye Strain and Condensation While Providing Unparalleled Nighttime Viewing
  • Flush Mount Extension for Mounting In Extra Thick Dash Panels
  • Waterproof Transducer Plug
  • Waterproof Front Face
  • 2-Year Warranty
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