UK: Seatronics Presents Ultra-High Resolution Option for Sonic 2024

UK: Seatronics Presents Ultra-High Resolution Option for Sonic 2024

The Sonic 2024 is the world’s first proven wideband high resolution shallow water multi beam echo sounder.

With proven results and unmatched performance, the Sonic 2024 produces reliable and remarkably clean data with maximum user flexibility through all range settings to 500m.

The Sonic 2024 is now offered with option to provide extremely narrow 0.3° across track x 0.6° along track beam widths at 700 kHz whilst retaining the ability to select normal survey frequencies from 200 kHz 400 kHz.

The unprecedented narrow beam widths and 700 kHz operation combined 60 kHz signal processing over all frequency ranges provide the highest resolution available for any commercial shallow water multibeam echo sounder and make this option invaluable for detail offshore site survey.

Press Release, August 31, 2012;  Image: seatronics-group

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