CVS-128

SI-TEX CVS 128 8.4" Digital Color Fishfinder

SI-TEX CVS 128 8.4" Digital Color Fishfinder

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Features a digital signal processor for a clearer high-definition image that enhances fish targets in shallow and deep depths.

Features

  • Stores up to 10 screen images in built-in memory for recall later
  • Fishing hot spot function leads you back to your favorite fishing hot spots with input from GPS
  • Real-time multi-color A-scope
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Features a digital signal processor for a clearer high-definition image that enhances fish targets in shallow and deep depths. Brilliant 8.4" color LCD daylight viewable display with 8, 16 or 64 color levels, Dual-frequency 50/200 kHz operation, 1000 Watts with 8 ranges from 0-3600' and exclusive Sona-Tone identifies what's under boat with different sounds for fish or schools of fish.

Features:

  • Stores up to 10 screen images in built-in memory for recall later.
  • High-speed pulse rate transmission of 5000 times per minute for enhanced shallow water detection.
  • Easy operation
  • RGB output
  • Auto fishing/cruising modes
  • Audio/visual alarms
  • Fishing hot spot function leads you back to your favorite fishing hot spots with input from GPS
  • Bottom discrimination mode
  • Real-time multi-color A-scope
  • Built-in simulator
  • Lat/Lon position with input from optional sensor
  • Displays boat speed / surface water temp with Optional transducer
  • IPX5 waterproof rating
  • Over-head mounting and built-in flush mounting
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