The XD sonar uses both a narrow (200kHz) and wide (50kHz) beam to provide traditional 2D views that are sharp and localised.
Exhibitor BLA is launching the new range of Geonav navigation technology at Sanctuary Cove within the Australasian region.
This range features Geonav’s integrated multi-function displays, the GIS 12 and GIS 10. These are side-imaging and down-imaging capable with the addition of the GSM 2000 sonar black box.
This module provides traditional deepwater XD sonar. Side imaging sonar extends 240 feet on each side of the boat, while down-imaging sonar gives the same picture-like images of what is directly below the vessel.
The XD sonar uses both a narrow (200kHz) and wide (50kHz) beam to provide traditional 2D views that are sharp and localised. These features mean radar and charts can be displayed with a variety of combinations including sonar in eight colour palettes. Waypoints can be used to mark cover, structure, wrecks and locations directly on the screen. Italian company Geonav has been creating innovative marine electronics for more than 25 years.