The use of both low and high frequencies shows the echoes that matter most to the fisherman. By comparing the two frequencies, or simply overlaying them, it becomes easy to locate and identify whitebaits.
■ Faster motor delivering quicker training speed 【NEW】
Quick train speeds allow the sonar display to be refreshed at a faster rate aiding in earlier detection of fish and obstructions.
■ 6 step angles for speed adjustement according to user’s needs 【NEW】
The CH-600 is one of the most comprehensive and fastest sonars of its kind. It provides 6 selectable step variations (6°, 12°, 15°, 18°, 21° or 24°) for high scanning speed that can cover sector widths from 24° to 360° in a couple of seconds. Thanks to its high training speeds, the CH-600 can rapidly scan a large area providing the ultimate fishing and navigational experience.
Expert tip: When moving fast, you can use a wider step angle in order to get a glimpse of the surrounding area. If you detect sonething interesting, slow down and switch to a decreased step angle for clearer echoes.
■ Built-in motion sensors provide a stabilized target presentation in rough sea conditions
The CH-600 searchlight sonar is the first of its class to have integrated motion sensors.
In rough seas, vessels tend to move in every direction. This movement can cause inaccurate target information to be displayed. The role of the integrated motion sensors is to precisely compensate for those negative effects and provide accurate data to the user.
■ Reverberation reduction function 【NEW】
The reverberation reduction offers both better understanding and better appreciation of
the nature of detected echoes. Below is an example of how the Reverberation reduction function highlights the wreck from the surrounding seabed.
■ Full-circle A-Scope mode and audible target detection
The A-Scope mode shows the last detected echoes with one single color. The nature of the target can be quickly understood as the size of the echo is greatly amplified and even the smallest echoes are shown.
*The more opaque the color, the latest the echo.