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Simrad S5100 Module Redefining High-Performance Sonar

Simrad S5100 Module Redefining High-Performance Sonar
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S5100 Module Redefining High-Performance Sonar

The S5100 high-performance CHIRP sonar module delivers true simultaneous coverage of up to three different depth ranges, at high resolution, making it the perfect sonar solution for offshore sportfishing anglers.

Simultaneous split-screen viewing capability puts you in complete control of the water column; while advanced processing technology allows you to fish with noise-free clarity at all depth ranges without ever losing bottom depth tracking.

Mix and match your favorite transducer coverage and transmit power for wide and narrow beam-widths to reveal more fish, detecting small and tightly spaced fish and identifying thermoclines - or adjust specific CHIRP frequencies from 28 to 250 kHz to precisely target specific depths producing big, crisp arches with clear target separation.

Features:
  • 3 fully independent sonar channels deliver high-resolution coverage
  • Noise-free clarity at all depth ranges
  • Combine any three frequency ranges to target multiple depths, including Ultra-Low, Low, Medium, or High CHIRP
  • Compatible with wide-angle CHRIP transducers for greater coverage of the water column
  • Simultaneous split-screen viewing of multiple depth ranges on your display
  • Maximum depth of 3,000 meters/10,000 feet (transducer dependent)
  • Easy to install with three plug-and-play 9-pin transducer connectors
  • Compatible with Simrad NSS evo3 and NSS evo2 multifunction displays, NSO evo2 systems and S2000-series fishfinders
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Simrad S5100 Module Redefining High-Performance Sonar 000-13260-001 SIMRAD S5100 CHIRP SONAR MODULE HIGH PERFORMANCE
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