Take your fish finding even deeper, like over 980 feet, here's the Furuno DFF3D Multi-Beam Sonar to do the needful. Using new and advanced multi-beam technology, the DFF-3D provides amazingly detailed sonar images of the underwater world. It easily integrates with the NavNet TZtouch or TZtouch2 multifunction displays where you can see the capabilities of the revolutionary 3D Sonar. The Furuno DFF3D Multi-Beam Sonar also shows fishes and structures beside the boat over 650 feet with Side Scanning. It sends out a port to starboard 120-degrees sonar beam, scanning the sea and letting you see it in real-time.
The cross-section mode of the DFF3D Multi-Beam Sonar helps to understand the fish distribution and the water conditions instantly. You can access the seabed conditions and also select fishing hot spots using the intuitive 3D sounder history. You can send out a single beam, or a triple beam in the left, middle and right side, and see the visuals simultaneously on the connected display. Also, with Side Scan, the Furuno DFF3D Multi-Beam Sonar gives out high-resolution visuals of the sea-floor structure. A built-in motion sensor ensures that the display is clear and stable throughout the entire time, even in rough conditions.
The Furuno DFF3D Multi-Beam Sonar has a transmit frequency (Tx) of 165 kHz and has an output power of 800 W. It has an Ethernet 10/100Base-TX port to connect to the onboard marine network. The DFF3D Sonar has a beam angle of 20-degrees - 50-degrees from right under. The Sonar has an IP55 waterproofing rating.