What is the difference between 50 kHz and 200 kHz?

What is the difference between 50 kHz and 200 kHz?

What is the difference between 50 kHz and 200 kHz?

200 khz means that the transducer is putting out 200,000 pulses per second. A 50 khz frequency is putting out 50,000 pulses per second. The higher the khz number, the higher the frequency, but the lower the cone angle that is required to produce the higher frequency.

What kHz Should I Use on fish finder?

Frequencies commonly used by a conventional fish finder for recreational boat are 50 kHz (low frequency) and 200 kHz (high frequency). A lower frequency has a wider search angle and area. Generally, the searchable angle of 50 kHz beams is approximately 50 degrees and that of 200 kHz beams is approximately 15 degrees.

What frequency is best for deep water?

As a rule of thumb, use frequencies below 140 kHz when fishing very deep water (over 1500 feet). Between 600 and 1500 feet, frequencies between 100 kHz and 160 kHz tend to work well. For anything 600 feet or shallower, you should use higher frequencies – over 160 kHz.

What is the difference between 83 kHz and 200 kHz?

200 kHz has a narrower cone than does 83 kHz. With a 60 degree cone, the 83 kHz is used for downrigger applications. It can be used to mark the cannonballs that would be outside of the narrower, 200 kHz cone. Sptitz, the most common application is to run both frequencies at the same time.

What frequency is best for sonar?

“For freshwater use, 200 kHz is the most commonly used frequency with traditional 2D sonar,” Scott said. “Without CHIRP, it would produce continuous pulses at 200 kHz.

How do I choose a transducer frequency?

Transducer Frequency

  1. 200 kHz (high) 200 kHz works best in water under 200 feet/60 meters and when you need to get an accurate reading while moving at faster speeds. High frequencies give you greater detail to detect very small objects but over a smaller portion of water.
  2. 50 kHz (low) For deep water, 50 kHz is preferred.

How deep can a 1kW transducer read?

Simrad now uses 1kW transducers with ceramic elements on some models, which it claims can be used in waters up to 1800 metres deep.