DST110-01

Maretron DST110 Depth/Speed/Temperature Triducer

Maretron DST110 Depth/Speed/Temperature Triducer

Description

The Maretron DST110 Depth/Speed/Temperature Triducer delivers precise digital depth, accurate speed and exact water temperature data.

Features

  • Easy to install and connect with other navigation equipment and easy to maintain
  • Measures precise water depth at 0.4m to 100m with a wide beam width
  • Compact, waterproof housing will provide years of reliable performance
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Its patented Smart™ Sensor Technology, retractable and removable sensor, and NMEA 2000® network connectivity make the DST110 easy to interpret..

The DST110 measures precise water depth at 0.4m to 100m with a wide beam width and is tolerant to most deadrise angles. It reads water temperature from -10°C to +40°C at ±1.0xC accuracy, and accurate speed from 1 to 50 knots. User customizable calibrations for speed and temperature indications for your installation. At 235kHz it can be used with a fishfinder as an ideal navigation tool for sport or commercial fishing vessels or with sailing vessels of all sizes.

The DST110's plastic, bronze, or stainless steel housing choices are compatible with any hull material. It includes a blank plug to replace its sensor unit when the vessel will be docked for extended periods or trailered. This prevents damage to the sensor and reduces fouling growth.

Maretron's DST110 is CE compliant (IEC 60945) and is manufactured to the highest quality standards under ISO9K/2K procedures.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Maretron DST110 Depth/Speed/Temperature Triducer DST110-01 DST110 depth/speed/temperature triducer
$369.29
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Maretron DST100 & DST110 Bronze Housing Kit M33-100 DST100 and DST110 bronze housing kit
$96.27
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