The Raymarine CP100 and CP200 System Pack brings powerful sonar imaging capability to Raymarine's full line of networkable multifunction displays.
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.
CP200 CHIRP SideVision™ Sonar Module with CPT-200 Transom Mount Transducer
Expand your underwater horizon with the CP200 CHIRP SideVision™ sonar
The CP200 CHIRP SideVision™ Sonar expands your underwater horizon with crystal-clear, bank-to-bank displays of fish, bait and underwater structure. Engineered with the same CHIRP sonar technology as Raymarine's award winning DownVisionT the CP200 uses advanced CHIRP signal processing technology to let you see further, see more clearly, and detect more fish than traditional side scanning sonars.
CP200 delivers side scan sonar imagery so close to reality we call it
Visionality™. See amazing photo-like imagery of underwater terrain and
man-made objects. Experience Visonality™ up to 600ft on each side.
Superior Range Performance
Raymarine CHIRP signal processing delivers high resolution and excellent
long range performance. Identify objects and see fish even further, out to
600-feet on each side!
CHIRP SideVision™ Technology
Dual independent transducer arrays. Best-in-class side scan performance using two high-performance transducer arrays with dedicated CHIRP sonar channels. High-angle setting for shallow water applications or low-angle setting for deep water applications.
Independently adjustable transducer arrays enable anglers to preset their SideVision™ transducer angle for either shallow or deep water applications. Left and Right sonar images up to 600'/183m either side of the boat.
Easy to Network
Connect the CP200 with Raymarine LightHouse II powered multifunction displays, including aSeries, cSeries, eSeries and gS Series systems.
CHIRP SideVision™ and DownVision™ Together
Combine the CP200 with CHIRP DownVision™ for the ultimate in sonar intelligence, giving you a full 180 degree view of your underwater surroundings. Add CHIRP DownVision™ to your network with a CP100 sonar or an aSeries multifunction display (DownVision™ models only).
CPT-200 CHIRP SideVision™ Transducer
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|T70229||CP100 and CP200 System Pack, with CPT-100 and CPT-200 Transom Mount Transducers||
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|A80273||4M Transducer Extension Cable, for CHIRP and DownVision||
|A62361||RayNet to RayNet cable, 2 meters||
|A80005||RayNet to RayNet cable, 5 meters||
|A62362||RayNet to RayNet cable, 10 meters||
|A80006||RayNet to RayNet cable, 20 meters||
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