DST 800 Sensor

£266.66

The DST800 Smart™ Sensor features embedded micro-electronics. Depth, speed, and temperature signals are processed inside the sensor and can be displayed on any radar, chartplotter, or device that accepts NMEA 2000® data. The 235 kHz frequency prevents mutual interference with other echosounders on the vessel.

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Depth, Speed and Temperature Transducer

The DST800 Smart™ Sensor features embedded micro-electronics. Depth, speed, and temperature signals are processed inside the sensor and can be displayed on any radar, chartplotter, or device that accepts NMEA 2000® data. The 235 kHz frequency prevents mutual interference with other echosounders on the vessel.

The DST800 offers depth, speed, and temperature in a single, 51 mm (2″) fitting. Only one hole through the hull simplifies the installation.

Applications

Plastic housing recommended for fiberglass or metal hull only.
Never install a plastic housing in a wood hull since swelling of the wood can possibly fracture the plastic.

Bronze housing recommended for fiberglass or wood hull.
Never mount a bronze housing in an aluminum hull because electrolytic corrosion will occur.

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Depth, Speed and Temperature Transducer

The DST800 Smart™ Sensor features embedded micro-electronics. Depth, speed, and temperature signals are processed inside the sensor and can be displayed on any radar, chartplotter, or device that accepts NMEA 2000® data. The 235 kHz frequency prevents mutual interference with other echosounders on the vessel.

The DST800 offers depth, speed, and temperature in a single, 51 mm (2″) fitting. Only one hole through the hull simplifies the installation.

Applications

Plastic housing recommended for fiberglass or metal hull only.
Never install a plastic housing in a wood hull since swelling of the wood can possibly fracture the plastic.

Bronze housing recommended for fiberglass or wood hull.
Never mount a bronze housing in an aluminum hull because electrolytic corrosion will occur.

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