The SKIPPER GDS101 Echo Sounder graphics are continuously shown on the LCD along with relevant navigational details. External connectors are provided for printer, VGA and NMEA in/output.
The GDS101 contains history memory that stores depth, time and other available navigation data continuously for the preceding 24 hours. This and current information can also be printed in hard copy.
The GDS101 has 3 transducer connections as standard with resonant frequencies of 38, 50 and 200 kHz. Only one can be shown on the display at a time, by choosing the corresponding transducer in the menu. A wide range of transducers are available to fit vessel requirements.
The SKIPPER GDS-101 meets or exceeds the IMO requirements and most standard interfaces are available.
The SKIPPER Echo Sounder GDS 101 is a navigation equipment with a large, high resolution color LCD display. The Echo Sounder graphics are continuously shown on the LCD along with complete navigational details. External connectors are provided for printer, VGA and NMEA in/output.
It is possible to connect an external printer to the operator unit. The sounder contains a 24-hour history memory that can be printed out. Depth, time and all available navigation data are stored continuously so that the last 24 hours of information is always available. All this information may also be printed on the external printer. All IMO requirements are met or exceeded. Comprehensive interfaces are available including IEC 61162-1:2007(E) (NMEA 0183) inputs and outputs.