Deeper Fish Finder Sonar
FFC1108-1 Hot Sale Alarm 100M Portable Sonar LCD Deeper Fish Finder Echo Sounder.
Reminder: FFC1108-1 is wired only, and FFCW1108-1 is wireless only. Sensors and monitors cannot be mixed.
Depth Capability: 100 m (328 feet)
Depth Capability: 40 m (130 feet)
Wireless Operating Range: 120 m (400 feet)
FFCW1108-1 – Wireless fish finder
How does it work?
Tie the wireless sensor to the fishing line.
Cast the wireless sensor into the water.
Watch monitor display fish and water data.
Wireless sonar coverage：90 degrees at 125 Khz
Wireless operating range: 120 m
Wireless detection depth: 40 m
FFC1108-1 – Portable fish finder
Cabled sonar coverage: 45 degrees in 200 Khz
Cabled detection depth: 100 m
- Wireless signal indicator
- Sensitivity indicator
- Battery save on/off
- Fish alarm on/off
- Set up menu
- Battery indicator
- Water depth
- Backlight on/off
- Fish depth indicator
- Power on/off
- Seal ring
- Sonar sensor
- Tie line loop
Display: 2 inch TN / Anti-UV LCD
Back lighting: On/off white LED
Power Requirement: 4 x AAA alkaline batteries
Waterproof design: level-4 (spray-water-proof)
Shows water depth, fish location, and bottom grass & rock
Sensitivity setting, depth units, and fish alarm setting
Operational temperature: 14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Color: Blue, Red (optional)
Item Length: 18cm
Item Weight: 128g
Package: Each one in pp bag and then into oxford bag.
What to know more about Deeper Fish Finder?
Sources from Wikipedia
Deeper Smart Sonar is a wireless, castable echo-sounder compatible with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Wi-Fi connection enabled to maximize both the distance between the Deeper Smart Sonar and the device holder up to 330 ft / 100 m and the depth range up to 260 ft / 80 m. >>> Read More…..
A fishfinder or sounder (Australia) is an instrument used to locate fish underwater by detecting reflected pulses of sound energy, as in sonar. A modern fishfinder displays measurements of reflected sound on a graphical display, allowing an operator to interpret information to locate schools of fish, >>> Read More…..