Choose your echo sounder

The echosounder is ideal for assessing the seabed topography. This electronic device measures the depth and detects the presence of obstacles.

How echo sounders work

The echosounder can determine a depth by calculating the elapsed time between transmission and echo reception. It emits ultrasounds that are reflected from the bottom or any suspended element (object, fish, seaweed, rocketc.). When a sound wave reaches an obstacle, it bounces back to the probe and turns into an electrical signal. The transducer converts electrical signals into sound waves and vice versa. It can therefore switch from receiver mode to transmitter mode at any time. Then, the echosounder can interpret the electrical pulse and transmit it as an image to the operator. The operating frequency of the sounder represents the number of vibrations per second. It plays a primordial role since it allows to play between the precision and the range of the echo. The lower the frequency, the greater the range.

Depth, speed and temperature

Discover the characteristics of this trifunctional tool. Thanks to its hydrodynamic shape, the turbulences are reduced which generates a precise high-speed reading and clear images. In addition, it incorporates a patented system of improved protection against noise and vibration. You can use it with the 50 KHz or 200 KHz frequency.


Trifunctional echosounder
Frequency 50 or 200 KHz
Beam 45º or 11º
Power (RMS) 600 W
FOM -33dB or -20dB
Q 24 or 30
Max depth 235 to 353m (50KHz)

118 to 206m (200KHz)

Weight 0,5Kg
Dimensions  158x70x104 mm

Broadband of 200 KHz

This instrument is ideal for accurate and high-resolution surveys in shallow waters. The operating frequency and beam width are easily adjusted to suit the specific probing requirements of each customer. Equipped with “CHIRP” technology, the sounder emits long pulses over a wide frequency band (200 KHz). In addition, it has a very good sensitivity with his low Q of 2. In terms of design, its robust stainless steel housing makes it particularly resistant.


Centimetric single-frequency echosounder
Frequency 200 KHz
Power (RMS) 500 W
FOM -16dB
Q 2
Max depth 200 M
Weight 1,3Kg
Dimensions  84 mm (h)

70 mm (d)

With centimeter resolution

Perform centimeter-accurate hydrographic surveys with this dual-frequency sounder. Thanks to the dual-frequency of 200 KHz and 30 KHz, the sounder can scan two angles and provide more accurate information. It features patented sensors that process depth and temperature and transfer data in real time to a computer.


Bi-frequency centimetric echosounder
Frequency 30 or 200 KHz
Beam 26º or 9º
Power (RMS) 100 W
Min depth 0,4 M
Max depth 200 M
Resolution 1 CM

With millimeter resolution

This instrument is accurate to the millimeter. It is used for distance measurement in many applications: measure under ice, integration with oceanographic sensors, low cost hydrographic surveys, integration with bathymetric systems, measuring the waves height, or scour monitoring on bridge supports. Its compact and robust design has been tested in the toughest conditions.


Millimeter single-frequency echosounder
Frequency 500 KHz
Min depth 0,3 M
Max depth 50 M
Resolution 1 mm
Weight 1,15 Kg (air)
0,8 Kg (water)
Dimensions  160 mm (l)
47 mm (d)