FarSounder’ Next Generation Navigation Sonars

After several years of development, US-based marine electronics manufacturer FarSounder has introduced its new generation of navigation sonars at the 2012 Monaco Yacht Show—the FarSounder-500 (able to detect target 500 meters away) and FarSounder-1000 (for targets 1000 meters away).
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After several years of development, US-based marine electronics manufacturer FarSounder has introduced its new generation of navigation sonars at the 2012 Monaco Yacht Show—the FarSounder-500 (able to detect target 500 meters away) and FarSounder-1000 (for targets 1000 meters away).

After several years of development, US-based marine electronics manufacturer FarSounder has introduced its new generation of navigation sonars at the 2012 Monaco Yacht Show—the FarSounder-500 (able to detect target 500 meters away) and FarSounder-1000 (for targets 1000 meters away).

FarSounder500-Bridge

They feature longer detection ranges, improved image stability and chart overlay. System improvements, a company press release states, include a transducer module electronics redesign and cutting-edge sonar signal processing. All of the transducer modules shipped since January 2012 are eligible for a free software upgrade.

Specializing in marine acoustics, FarSounder has expanded its product line with its Ship Protection System, which includes fixed underwater sensors able to detect divers or approaching objects.

For more information, visit farsounder.com

A screenshot of the FarSounder 500

A screenshot of the FarSounder 500

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