Wesmar’s Sonar Series EV850

Monday, November 17, 2008

WESMAR is introducing the EV850 series, a new, all digital navigation and security sonar.

This searchlight sonar provides detailed information about the waters around and beneath boats while at anchor or cruising. Thanks to active stabilization, the new sonar series provides target tracking even in rough water. The sonar’s features include:

•    Active electronic gyro controlled stabilization capable of correcting for 34 degrees of movement per second
•    110 kHz frequency, tested for both navigation and underwater intruder detection
•    Large array transducers that have up to 30 percent more detection elements
•    A ‘power booster’ system that supplies high voltage to the transmitter, ensuring a strong transmit pulse for maximum transfer of acoustic energy

Additionally, the sonar screen never leaves the monitor when making adjustments, essential to avoiding hazards or tracking divers. The sonar has the ability to detect and follow divers many hundreds of feet away, providing early warning and time for response.

(www.wesmar.com)

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