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Navico ForwardScan Transducer Kit

Navico ForwardScan Transducer Kit

Description

The Navico ForwardScan Transducer Kit provides a clear 2 dimensional image of the bottom in from of your vessel, allowing you to navigate shallow or poorly-charted waters with confidence.

Features

  • Easy To Use
  • Forward Looking 2D Sonar Imaging
  • Bottom Color Tracking For A Simplified Bottom View
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 With real-time updates and a forward-looking view of up to eight times your current depth, ForwardScan lets you relax and enjoy a safer day on the water.

The ForwardScan transducer is compatible with Simrad NSS evo2 and NSO evo2 MFD systems, and can be easily installed on almost any craft.

Features:

  • Heading Line View combines ForwardScan depth data into heading line on charts
  • Shallow depth alarm
  • Maximum forward view of 8X current depth, nominally 4-5X current depth
    Operates at 180kHz, reducing interference from traditional 200kHz echosounders
  • Built-in temperature sensor
  • 50.8mm (2") stainless steel through-hull fitting
  • Connects directly to Simrad NSS evo2, or NSO evo2 via SonarHub sounder module
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Navico ForwardScan Transducer Kit 000-11674-001 ForwardScan Transducer Kit, with Sleeve and Plug
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