D110 The D110 Digital DSP depth sounder uses Digital
Signal Processing (DSP) to reliably display water depth from 1.2 foot (0.4 Metre)
to 1000+ feet (365 Metres). Depth can be displayed in feet, meters or fathoms.
Variable display damping is provided so the user can optimize response speed against
display stability (averaging).
The D110 has programmable shallow, deep and anchor drag alarms built-in and can
display the depth in feet, metres or fathoms. A keel offset from -20.0 to +20.0
feet can be entered so the D110 shows the depth below the surface, below the keel
or below the transducer. The alarm values and keel offset are automatically converted if
the units of measure are changed between feet, meters and fathoms.
The D110 uses Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to enable sensitivity never before
found in such a low cost sounder like the D110. The DSP also provides superior high speed
rejection of false signals due to transducer slap (buffeting), surface turbulence,
thermoclines, double bounce and is almost immune to other depth sounders and
fishfinders operating near-by.
Five levels of backlighting can be selected for night-time viewing.
The backlights can be turned ON and OFF remotely. All set-up constants are
saved in a non-volatile memory.
The D110 outputs depth and keel offset as a standard NMEA $SDDPT sentence on NMEA 0183
serial data line at 4800 BAUD. This ASCII information can be used to log performance, repeat
the display information at a remote location (see www.cruzpro.com/rp30.html and
If NMEA 0183 serial data is not required, then the output terminal can be programmed as an external alarm output pin.
Both through-hull and transom mount transducers are available separately for