Sonar features & Specifications
|DISPLAY||8″ Flat Panel Color LCD
4 Color Palette Options
|POWER||4800 Watts Peak to Peak
|CONE ANGLE||Dual Beam 8/20 Degree
|TARGET SEPARATION||Down to 1/2-Inch|
|INTERFERENCE REJECTION||Patented 12 Step
|ZOOM||Automatic Bottom Lock
Selectable Zoom Windows –
5′, 10′, 20′, 40′
Patented Infinitely Adjustable Zoom
(Zoom anywhere throughout the water column)
|RESOLUTION||800 x 600 Pixels|
|CABLE||8 ft. Transducer Cable|
|CAMERA||Color or Black/White Switchable
Sony Super HAD II CCD .01 Lux Camera
Dark Water LED Lighting
75 ft. Camera Cable
|ON SCREEN DISPLAY||(HUD) Heads-Up Display
Camera/Sonar Overlay Technology
All Camera Functions
Any Combination of Vertical,
Vertical Zoom, Flasher, Graph &
Graph Zoom Split Screen
|ADDITIONAL FEATURES||300′ Dynamic Depth Capability,
Infinite Scale from 10′ and Deeper in 1′ Increments
Bottom Enhance Capability
Exclusive Dynamic Depth/Range
Exclusive Sonar Footprint Display
Adjustable Scroll/Ping Rate
Target Adjust Image Magnifier
Adjustable Night-Vision Backlight
Video Playback On-Screen
Weights & Dims
|PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS||11.5″ x 11.5″ x 11.5″|
|BATTERY||Rechargeable 12-volt 9-amp Lead-acid|
|CHARGER||3-stage Automatic Charger|
|STORAGE||Deluxe Padded Red Soft Pack
|CAMERA EXTRAS||Remote Camera Panner
|SCREEN PROTECTION||Snow Shield Faceplate|
|WARRANTY||Two Year System Warranty|
Quick Start Guide for the MarCum LX-Series Digital Systems
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- Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water. Keep the battery in a cool dry place when not in use.
- Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source (i.e. heater, furnace, fire).
- Use the battery charger only as directed when recharging.
- Do not reverse the positive and negative terminals on the battery connections.
- Do not discard the battery in a fire, furnace, or other combustible space.
- Do not connect the battery directly to an electrical outlet.
- Do not short –circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
- Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
- If the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or in any way appears abnormal during use, or while charging or discharging, immediately stop using it.
- If the battery leaks and the battery contents (electrolyte) gets into an eye, do not rub the eye. Instead, flush the eye(s) with clean water and immediately seek medical attention or it may result in injury to the eye(s).
- Do not use the battery in a location where static electricity or magnetic fields are great or it may result in damage to the battery safety devices.
- Do not leave the battery in high temperatures (i.e. in direct sunlight or in a vehicle in extremely hot weather) or it may overheat, and its performance will be degraded, and service life decreased.
- Tape the battery terminals prior to disposal to insulate them as discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion.
- Follow manufacturers instructions.
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