Airmar CM275C CHIRP Transducer Wide Beam Tank Mount
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Airmar CM275CW CHIRP Transducer Wide Beam Wet Box - Tank Mount

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Airmar CM275C-LHW CHIRP transducers represent the next generation of technology that will allow fishermen to unlock new secrets in fishfinding. Echosounder operation away from the traditional 50 kHz and 200 kHz has proven that different fish species return better signals at various frequencies. Airmar’s Broadband Transducers are capable of operating over a wide (or “Broad”) frequency band ranging from 25 kHz to 60 kHz and from 150 kHz to 250 kHz.

With CM265CW CHIRP the transmission pulses are typically very long and may start at 42 kHz and end at 65 kHz. By comparing the shape of the stored transmission pulse with the received echoes from the transducer, it is possible to find echoes in the noise and precisely determine their range with astounding accuracy (see photo). Using CHIRP it is now possible to obtain:

• Much greater range because very long pulses can be used.
• Much better resolution because the sonar pulse is swept across a frequency band (from 40 kHz to 60 kHz, for example).
• Targets precisely located within inches on the display using pattern matching techniques.
• Closely spaced fish and fish laying on the bottom can be accurately detected and displayed as distinct targets.

CHIRPS across the following bandwidths*:
 — Low-Frequency Options (LF): 28 kHz to 65 kHz
 — High-Frequency (HF) Options: 150 kHz to 250 kHz

Adjustable Beamwidths*:
 — LF: 16° to 25°,  HF: 25° constant beam width
Extreme target detail and image resolution
 
Precise separation between baitfish and game fish
 
Bottom discrimination of fish laying on the seabed
 
Hull Type Fiberglass, wood Wet Box (tank mount)

8 internal broadband ceramics

• Depth & fast-response water-temperature sensor
• Low—CHIRPS from 28 kHz to 60 kHz 23° to 9° beam width
• High—CHIRPS from 130 kHz to 210 kHz 8° to 4° beam width
• Covers popular fishing frequencies of 42-250 kHz plus everything else in the bandwidth
• Fishing Profile: Recreational and commercial inshore and offshore fishing (deep-water canyon and sea-mount tracking)
• Epoxy transducer housing
• Hull Type: Fiberglass only (wet box/tank-mount)

Medium-frequency benefits include the ability to sound deeper than the high-frequency, along with better target resolution than the low-frequency.

  • CM265C-Lx Wet Box Transducer (select medium or high frequency option)
  • Install Instructions

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Airmar CM275C-LHW CHIRP transducers represent the next generation of technology that will allow fishermen to unlock new secrets in fishfinding. Echosounder operation away from the traditional 50 kHz and 200 kHz has proven that different fish species return better signals at various frequencies. Airmar’s Broadband Transducers are capable of operating over a wide (or “Broad”) frequency band ranging from 25 kHz to 60 kHz and from 150 kHz to 250 kHz.

With CM265CW CHIRP the transmission pulses are typically very long and may start at 42 kHz and end at 65 kHz. By comparing the shape of the stored transmission pulse with the received echoes from the transducer, it is possible to find echoes in the noise and precisely determine their range with astounding accuracy (see photo). Using CHIRP it is now possible to obtain:

• Much greater range because very long pulses can be used.
• Much better resolution because the sonar pulse is swept across a frequency band (from 40 kHz to 60 kHz, for example).
• Targets precisely located within inches on the display using pattern matching techniques.
• Closely spaced fish and fish laying on the bottom can be accurately detected and displayed as distinct targets.

CHIRPS across the following bandwidths*:
 — Low-Frequency Options (LF): 28 kHz to 65 kHz
 — High-Frequency (HF) Options: 150 kHz to 250 kHz

Adjustable Beamwidths*:
 — LF: 16° to 25°,  HF: 25° constant beam width
Extreme target detail and image resolution
 
Precise separation between baitfish and game fish
 
Bottom discrimination of fish laying on the seabed
 
Hull Type Fiberglass, wood Wet Box (tank mount)

8 internal broadband ceramics

• Depth & fast-response water-temperature sensor
• Low—CHIRPS from 28 kHz to 60 kHz 23° to 9° beam width
• High—CHIRPS from 130 kHz to 210 kHz 8° to 4° beam width
• Covers popular fishing frequencies of 42-250 kHz plus everything else in the bandwidth
• Fishing Profile: Recreational and commercial inshore and offshore fishing (deep-water canyon and sea-mount tracking)
• Epoxy transducer housing
• Hull Type: Fiberglass only (wet box/tank-mount)

Medium-frequency benefits include the ability to sound deeper than the high-frequency, along with better target resolution than the low-frequency.

  • CM265C-Lx Wet Box Transducer (select medium or high frequency option)
  • Install Instructions

Write A New Review

Airmar CM275CW CHIRP Transducer Wide Beam Wet Box - Tank Mount has not been reviewed yet. Review Now.

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