Furuno LS4100 Sounder with Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer
Bronze Thru-Hull Transducer
5" high-definition silver bright LCD screen
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Product DescriptionThe LS4100 is a dual-frequency fishfinder with a waterproof 5" high-definition silver bright LCD screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels that offers a detailed picture of fish and bottom structures. The LS4100 offers dual-frequency capabilities, both 50 and 200 kHz, and has an outstanding 300-watt RMS (2,400-watt peak-to-peak) output power. Basic display modes include single low frequency or high frequency, dual, bottom-lock expansion, bottom zoom, A-scope, marker zoom, and two nav data display modes. Choose from a variety of operating modes including manual or two auto modes, fishing or cruising. The cruising mode uses a higher clutter reflection setting than the fishing mode, making it useful to track the bottom while cruising. The range can be changed manually or automatically. The LS4100 will redraw the entire echogram so that the contour can be shown seamlessly. The LS4100 has the ability to be a handy navigational organizer when connected to appropriate optional sensors. It can display a variety of information including water temperature, wind direction/speed, Lat/Lon, XTE, and distance run in a graphical or text format. With the BBWGPS GPS/WAAS receiver connected, the "Mini-Navigator" feature is capable of storing up to 12 waypoints with a programmable name. Any waypoint can be selected as a destination. Measures 5.8"H x 5.8"W x 2.3"D. Two-year warranty.
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Q:I have an LS4100 depth sounder with thru hull sensor, but need extra light for my poor quality eyes to see the numbers. Pls advise how i can turrn the light on and if i can get a manual for this unit on the internet.
AlbertAsked on 8/23/2011 by albert from vancouver, BC