Koden's CVS-FX1- First simultaneous quad frequency broadband sounder
by Jane Arakawa on 17 Nov 2011
The CVS-FX1 is Koden Electronic’s new and innovative echo sounder. The CVS-FX1 is also the world’s very first simultaneous quad frequency sounder.
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Offering selectable frequencies using a dedicated broadband transducer, this high performance 3kW digital sounder has been designed to satisfy the most demanding professional fishermen.
The CVS-FX1 is equipped with Koden Digital Filtering (KDF™) technology and displays extreme high resolution and low noise images on its 12.1 inch hi res colour display. It offers the capability of selecting four frequencies that may be displayed in either single, simultaneous or alternate output methods.
The two transducer types: TDM-052 offers 38 to 75kHz and 130 to 210kHz; while the TDM-062 offers 38 to 75kHz and 85 to 135 kHz. This innovative feature offers extreme fine tuning on one split screen for crystal clear fish species clarification at depths ranging from 1m up to 3,000 metres.
Koden’s new Condition Memory function allows for recall of up to six sets of stored settings such as frequency, pulse width and band width, gain and eight range settings. Heave compensation, homing navigation and optional expandability ensure a sound return on investment for professional fishermen.
Coursemaster Autopilots is the Australian distributor of Koden Marine Electronics sales(at)@coursemaster.com Sydney office: 02 9417 7097.
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