Interphase Depth Sounders
Scanning Sonars & Fishfinders
Interphase started his firm in 1987 in Santa Cruz, California,
with the idea of making marine sonar devicesthat look forward.
They borrowed this technology from the medical ultrasound industry.
For the most part, fishfinders look straight down. That might be
fine when your boat is sitting still, but it can prove disastrous
while moving forward. At least that’s what Interphase thought.
One product from Interphase is an item that they simply call a
“black box.” Depending on the transducer, this device guides
forward-looking sonic beams either vertically or horizontally.
Each beam is 12 degrees wide and sweeps through a 90-degree area.
An only vertical or only horizontal unit is less expensive than
the “black box” that sweeps both ways. A large flat screen is
connected to this device, enabling viewing. A remote keypad is
You are looking for the manual for an unlisted instrument,
I will do a search for you, click on :
You have the .pdf manual for an unlisted instrument,
please share it to add it to my library by clicking on :