Fish finder (FF70)

Simple operation on a 7-inch display

Features

The JFC-7050 echo sounder/fish finder incorporates a high brightness 7-inch display and simple operation, allowing for flexibility and highly accurate and reliable read-out functionality.

Dual frequency

The JFC-7050 displays echoes on both 50 and 200kHz frequency. Generally the lower frequency is more suitable for bottom discrimination, while the high frequency is more useful for shallow water detection. This enables you to see the differences on both frequencies more clearly, giving you better potential for a more profitable catch.

Display

JRC’s new echo sounder/fish finder incorporates a 7-inch high definition color LCD display. The preferred display mode can be easily selected and operation is made simple through the use of popup menus similar to those found on personal computers.

Bottom zoom/lock

The bottom zoom and lock display mode provides a split display with a magnified image of the sea bottom, while maintaining a normal sea bottom view as reference

A-scope

By selecting the A-scope presentation mode, you will receive a detailed and real time representation of fish and bottom features passing through the beam of the transducer.

Alarms

The JFC-7050 incorporates a variety of alarms for fish finding, water and navigation data alarms, contributing to safer navigation and more efficient fish finding.

Automatic functions

By selecting the A-scope presentation mode, you will receive a detailed and real time representation of fish and bottom features passing through the beam of the transducer.

Flexible interfacing

The transducer is the heart of the operation, measuring depth and temperature information, by sending ultrasonic signals which determine seabed conditions and the presence of life underwater. With separate NMEA0183 input and output on the display, it enables you to view speed and position, simply by connecting a GPS (supporting SBAS, DGPS, GLONASS).

Transducer overview

Various transducer are available from Airmar, suiting your type of vessel or installation approach. Detailed information available at airmartechnology.com

Saving data

Saving user data, such as waypoints, marks and tracks is easy, and can be done in two ways. Either record directly from the current screen or make individual screen captures. The data is stored on an external SD card (non JRC supply).