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Used Tritech Micron EchoSounder DST Precision Sonar Altimeter

Used Tritech Micron EchoSounder DST Precision Sonar Altimeter

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The Tritech Micron EchoSounder is a standalone altimeter, providing accurate height off the seabed and other subsea distance measurements.

Features

  • Millimeter resolution
  • Depth rated to 750m
  • 2m cable with optional extensions
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The Tritech Micron EchoSounder is a standalone altimeter, providing accurate height off the seabed and other subsea distance measurements. It is a robust offshore or freshwater altimeter built to the highest quality standards. The Micron Echo Sounder is optimized for operation on small vehicles, as it is both compact and very lightweight in water. It is an ideal OEM product, being able to accommodate a wide range of voltage inputs.

What's Included:
  • (1) Micron EchoSounder DST Precision Sonar Altimeter
  • (1) 2m cable with UW plug connector (extension cables available)
  • (1) Sonar sensor mount for 0.875" OD tubing
  • (1) Hard-sided carrying case
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