Underwater Hardware Specifications


2.25 MHz

Transducer Beam Width

Horizontal:  360°
Vertical:      0.7°

Effective Beam Widths

Narrow:  0.75°
Medium:  1.5°
Wide:  3°

Number of Beams

360, 720, 1440

Data is acquired at full resolution every shot:  processing the data for screen display on a PC can slow the system at highest number of beams.  360 beam mode is recommended for real time data acquisition.  The data can then be played back at highest resolution (1440 beam).

Data Points

500 or 1000

Range Resolution

1/500 or 1/1000 of range

Min. Detectable Range

0.25 m

Max. Operating Depth

1000 m

Frame Rate

Up to 20 fps

Interface to PC

Ethernet (100 Mbps) using TCP/IP

Max. Cable Length

100 m on CAT5e
(Longer cable runs possible with additional hardware)


End mounted, 8 conductor, wet mateable (Subconn MCBH8M-SS)

Power Supply

24 V Nominal, (22 – 32 VDC) at less than 25 Watts


See Drawing

Weight in Air

~12 lbs (~5.4 kg)

Weight in Water



6061-T6 Aluminum, PVC, Epoxy, Stainless Steel connector


Hard Anodize

Software Specifications


Windows™ Operating System

Windows™ XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10

Display Modes

Polar, Beam Test 

Range Scales

0.5 m, 1 m, 2 m, 3 m, 4 m, 5 m, 6 m, 8 m, 10 m

Pulse Width

Automatic with manual multiplier

Manual Gain Control

0 to 20 dB

File Format

Raw Data:  (filename).IGX
Beam:  (filename).B96
Point:  (filename).P96

Recommended Minimum Computer Requirements

2 GHz Pentium 4
256 MB RAM
20 GB Hard Disk
1024 x 768 screen resolution 

Ordering Information

1000 m Unit


2.25 MHz

Option (included) -003


Option (included) -055


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