H22PX

HawkEye H22PX Portable Sonar System

HawkEye H22PX Portable Sonar System

Description

The H22PX is a versatile handheld depth sounder that provides instant depth readings from 2.5 to 199 feet.

Features

  • Instant depth readings, 4 times per second, in the nearest 1/10th foot or meter
  • Water or air temperature readout to the nearest 1/10th degrees F or C
  • High impact, sure-grip rubberized waterproof housing
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$109.99
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Details

Not only will this depth sounder give you instant depth readings, from 2.5 to 199 Feet (.7 to 60.1 Meters), in 1/10th precision, but at the press of a button the display will give real time temperature (water or air) and fish readings. Use it in the winter to shoot through ice before cutting your hole. Use it in the summer as a range finder and temperature meter while diving. Use it as a backup depth sounder on your pleasure boat or scan for channels in your dingy.

 

  • Algorithmic Programming Reduces False Readings
  • Depth Readings from 2.5 to 199 Ft (.7 to 60.1 Meters)
  • Reads in English and Metric
  • Waterproof, Maintenance Free Button
  • Instant Depth Readings, 4 Times Per Second, in the Nearest 1/10th Foot or Meter
  • Secure Battery Compartment for 4 x AA Batteries with 30 Hours of Continuous Use
  • Water or Air Temperature Readout to the Nearest 1/10th degrees F or C
  • High Impact, Sure-Grip Rubberized Housing
  • Fish Indicator Pinpoints Hiding Fish
  • Automatic Mode Allows Remote Viewing of Readings
  • Manual Mode Gives One Touch Readings
  • ShootThru Technology Allows Readings Through Ice or Boat Hulls
  • SoftGlow Backlit LCD Display
  • Waterproof to 200 Ft (61 M) Depths for Diving
  • Floatable
  • Wrist Strap
  • CE Approved
  • 2 Year Warranty
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Questions & Answers

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How does the “shoot-through ice” feature work?
Clear an open spot on the ice if there is any snow. Pour a small amount of water over the ice and set the Portable Sonar transducer side down on the water. Take care that there are no air bubbles between the transducer and the ice/water below the ice; otherwise the device will not work.
Why am I getting False Fish Indications?
The most common cause of false fish indications is extremely tall weed growth. If weeds grow taller than 50% of the total water depth in a particular area, the sonar will mistake it for fish. Trash and debris may also give false readings.
How accurate is this sonar?
The HawkEye portable sonar can provide depth readings to the nearest 0.1 ft between 2.5 ft and 200 ft deep.
Can the portable sonar be submerged?
Yes, the HawkEye portable sonar is waterproof to 200m. If dropped in the water, it will float.

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