Raymarine CP100 CHIRP DownVision Sonar Modules

Raymarine CP100 CHIRP DownVision Sonar Modules


The Raymarine CP100 CHIRP DownVision Sonar Modules feature powerful sonar imaging capabilities to work with Raymarine's multifunction displays.


  • Fast response temperature sensor built into the transducer
  • Photo-like imagery of bottom structure using CHIRP DownVision
  • Perfectly matched transom mount and through hull CHIRP transducers available
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Two sonars in one, the CP100 features Raymarine's CHIRP fish targeting as well as the photo-like CHIRP DownVision™ sonar. The CP100 interfaces to the RayNet (Ethernet) network enabling the CP100 to be accessed from any Raymarine network display.

Unlike conventional imaging sonars that transmit on a single frequency with each pulse, the CP100's DownVision™ sonar uses CHIRP technology to transmit across a wide spectrum of sonar frequencies with each pulse - the result is much higher-resolution, life-like sonar images.

CP100's fish targeting channel features amazing resolution enabling it to easily separate individual baitfish in a school, and distinguish the bait from predator species. Best of all, the CHIRP fish targeting can be viewed simultaneously with CHIRP DownVision™ for the ultimate view of what is underneath the water.

The ultra-compact CP100 CHIRP DownVision™ Sonar Module is compatible with all Raymarine a-Series, c-Series, e-Series and gS-Series multifunction displays. The CP100 is available bundled with the CPT-100 transom mount transducer. The CP100 Sonar module only (no transducer included) can be paired with optional plastic or bronze thru hull transducers.


  • CHIRP powered dual channel sonar; view high resolution DownVision™ structure imagery and target fish with CHIRP sonar simultaneously
  • Maximum depth 600 feet for both channels
  • Simple RayNet Ethernet connection to Raymarine a, c, e and gS Series MFDs
  • Optional RayNet network cable required to complete installation:
  • 2 meter RayNet Cable Part #A62361
  • 5 meter RayNet Cable Part #A80005
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Raymarine CP100 CHIRP DownVision Sonar Modules E70204 CP100 CHIRP DownVision sonar module
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Raymarine CP100 CHIRP DownVision Sonar Modules E70205 CP100 CHIRP DownVision sonar module with CPT-100 transom mount transducer
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Raymarine Thru-Hull Transducers for CP100 Sonar Module A80277 CPT-110 plastic thru-hull transducer with CHIRP and DownVision for CP100 sonar module
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