JFP-180BB Sonar

The JFP-180BB new and compactly designed searchlight sonar integrates multiple display modes, which will allow you to control your presentation at your own convenience.

JRC’s new JFP-180BB searchlight sonar is black box configured as standard, allowing you to select a preferred display size suiting your vessel. JRC’s displays uniformly incorporate a high brightness LCD display, available in 10.4- or 15-inch, ideal for installations on (relative) small commercial fishing vessels.

It also integrates a dedicated one-touch day/night key, which provides suitable brightness to the display images, supporting particular time and scene operations.

The newly developed JFP-180BB give the user a feature not previously found on this class of sonar. The searchlight sonar will not stop searching when adjusting the tilt angle. This is a very useful tool for enhancing your efficiency of fishing operations and safety of navigation.

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