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Airmar DST800

DST800 is a multisensor sensor that measures depth, speed and temperature in a single package. Digital signal processing inside the case provides data on the depth, speed and temperature for a map plotter, a radar screen or a digital display, which eliminates the need to use a special echo sounder.

Benefits:
  • Available in NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 versions
  • A frequency of 235 kHz prevents mutual interaction with other echoes on the ship.
  • Plastic, bronze or stainless steel housings available
  • A fast-response temperature sensor provides accuracy of 0.2 C ( 0.1 F)
  • Available as an intelligent sensor at 235 kHz or an analog output sensor operating at 200 kHz or 235 kHz
  • Available in low profile, hidden or sloped enclosures
  • Exclusive Xducer ID technology

  • Technical details:
  • Weight:
    0.9 kg - plastic
    1.6 kg - Bronze
    1.9 kg - stainless steel
    • Acoustic window: urethane
    • Hull Deadrise: up to 22
    • Data update rate: 1 time per second
    • Minimum depth range: 0.5 m (1.6 ')
    • Maximum depth range:
    Up to 70 m (230 ') - NMEA 0183
    Up to 100 m (330') - NMEA 2000
    • Pressure: 3 m (10 ')
    • Pulse Frequency: 20,000 p / nm * (5.6 Hz per node)
    * p / nm = impulses per nautical mile
    • Supply voltage:
    10 VDC to 25 VDC-NMEA 0183
    9 VDC to 16 VDC-NMEA 2000
    • Power supply:
    <40 mA & em; NMEA0183
    <200 mA & em; NMEA2000
    • Standard cable length:
    10 m (33 ') - NMEA 0183 cable
    6 m (20') - NMEA 2000 cable
    • Temperature sensor accuracy: 0.5 C ( 1.8 F)
    • Temperature Sensor Range: -10 C to 40 C (14 F to 104 F)
    • NMEA 2000 Load Equivalent Number (LEN): 4
    • CE: Complies with IERC60945

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