ECHO SOUNDERS
Embeded XP operation
Built in navigational software;PowerNav, and data storage
12.1" color LCD featuring a wide viewing angle and
adjustable brightness.
Support communication with NMEA-0183 GPS recievers to
gain orientation information
Ideal for hydrographic survey
Automatic or manual control
Splashproof  operation, waterproof transit,heatproof
design
Universal power supply
Excellent price/performance ratio
PRECISION HYDROGRAPHIC ECHO SOUNDER
Economical,Hi-tech echo-sounding
equipment
SDE-28
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Model SDE - 18+
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PORTABLE ECHO SOUNDER
Display depth and draft
Records depth every 0.5 seconds
Various output format
Automatic sensitivity and adjustable pulse strength
Portable Echo Sounding
Equipment
SPECIFICATIONS
SDE-28
SDE-18+
Frequency
200kHz
208kHz
Beam Angle
7
10
Depth Display
12.1 color LCD
LCD display
Output Power
up to 200w
up to 100w
Depth Resolution
1cm
1cm
Accuracy
+/- 0.1 % of water depth
+/- 0.1 % of water depth
Sound velocity
1300-1650 m/s
1400 - 1600m/s (adjustable)
Depth Range
0.39 - 220m
0.39 - 120m
Draft
0-9.9m
0-9.9m (adjustable)
Pulse Length
Automatically selected,with
operator override
Automatically selected,with
operator override
Serial Ports
Two RS-232 ports,baud rate 1200 -
 115200
Two RS-232 ports,baud rate 1200
-  115200
Connection
Pinter connection,USB connection
(2x),Keyboard and mouse
connection
 
Power Supply
9-18V DC, less than 25W, 110 -
230V AC (Optional)
11.2 - 13.5V DC, less than 2W
Operating Conditions
-30-60 degree Celcius
-30 - 60 degree Celcius
Dimensions
34cm x 30cm x 15cm
196mm x 150mm x 60mm
Weigth
11.5kg
2.2kg
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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