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Garmin Panoptix LiveScope™ System (LVS32) Installation Instructions
PANOPTIX™ LIVESCOPE™
LVS32-TH
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Important Safety Information
WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the
product box for product warnings and other important
information.
The device must be installed with at least one of the included
anti-rotation bolts. Failure to do so could result in the device
rotating while the boat is moving and could cause damage to
your vessel.
You are responsible for the safe and prudent operation of your
vessel. Sonar is a tool that enhances your awareness of the
water beneath your boat. It does not relieve you of the
responsibility of observing the water around your boat as you
navigate.
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32 mm spade bit (11/4 in.) (fiberglass hull)
38 mm hole saw (1 1/2 in.) (metal hull)
Bandsaw or table saw
Slip-joint pliers or crescent wrench
Masking tape
Marine sealant
Solvent wash
Marine-grade epoxy or exposed core sealant that can be
used on plastic (cored fiberglass hull)
About the Transducer
The transducer transmits and receives sound waves through the
water, and relays sound-wave information to your Garmin sonar
device.
Mounting Location Considerations
CAUTION
Failure to install and maintain this equipment in accordance with
these instructions could result in damage or injury.
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask
when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
NOTICE
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite
side of the surface.
To obtain the best performance and to avoid damage to your
boat, you must install the Garmin transducer according to these
instructions.
Read all installation instructions before proceeding with the
installation. If you experience difficulty during the installation,
contact Garmin Product Support.
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1 Go to my.garmin.com/registration.
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Software Update
You must update the software when you install this device.
If your Garmin chartplotter has Wi‑Fi technology, you should
update the software using the ActiveCaptain™ app on a
compatible Android™ or Apple device. If your chartplotter does
not have has Wi‑Fi technology, you should update the software
using a memory card and a Windows computer.
For more information, go to support.garmin.com.
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Tools Needed
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Drill
3 mm bit (1/8 in.)
9 mm bit (3/8 in.)
12 mm bit (1/2 in.) (metal hull)
13 mm bit (1/2 in.) (fiberglass hull)
• On outboard and sterndrive vessels , the transducer should
be mounted in front of and close to the engine or engines.
• On inboard vessels , the transducer should be mounted in
front of and far away from the engine propeller and shaft.
• On step-hull vessels , the transducer should be mounted in
front of the first step.
• On full-keel vessels , the transducer should be mounted at
a slight angle that aims at the bow, not parallel to the
centerline.
• On fin-keel vessels , the transducer should be mounted
from 25 cm to 75 cm (from 10 to 30 in.) in front of the keel
and a maximum of 10 cm (4 in.) to the side of the centerline.
• On vessels with displacement hulls , the transducer should
be mounted approximately 1/3 aft of the waterline length of
the vessel from the bow, and from 150 to 300 mm (from 6 to
12 in.) to the side of the centerline.
• The transducer should be mounted parallel to the bow-stern
axis of your vessel.
• The transducer should not be mounted behind strakes, struts,
fittings, water intake or discharge ports, or anything that
creates air bubbles or causes the water to become turbulent.
The transducer must be in clean (non-turbulent) water for
optimal performance.
• The transducer should not be mounted in a location where it
might be jarred when launching, hauling, or storing.
• On single-drive boats, the transducer must not be mounted in
the path of the propeller.
The transducer can cause cavitation that can degrade the
performance of the boat and damage the propeller.
• On twin-drive boats, the transducer should be mounted
between the drives, if possible.
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Mounting Considerations
• You must install the sonar module in a location with adequate
ventilation where it will not be exposed to extreme
temperatures.
• You should mount the transducer in a location where it will
not be jarred when launching, hauling, or storing.
• You should mount the transducer in a location where it is not
behind strakes, struts, fittings, water intake or discharge
ports, thru-hull transducers, or anything that creates air
bubbles or causes the water to become turbulent. Turbulent
water may interfere with the sonar beam.
• You should mount the transducer in a location where there
are no bulkheads or stringers on the interior of the boat that
impede a clear surface for the fairing block.
• You should mount the transducer as close to the center line
of the boat as possible.
• When mounted farther from the center of the transom, a
greater deadrise can cause the boat hull
to interfere with
the sonar beam , and can cause inconsistent detection on
the opposite side of the boat . These illustrations show the
transducer ifrom behind.
• On single-drive vessels, you must not mount the transducer
in the path of the propeller.
• On twin-drive vessels, you should mount the transducer
between the drives, if possible.
• You should mount the sonar module in a location where the
LEDs are visible.
• You should mount the sonar module in a location where the
cables can be easily connected.
Fairing Block Angle Cut
A fairing block positions your transducer parallel to the water line
for increased sonar accuracy. You must measure the deadrise
angle of your boat hull to determine if a fairing block is
necessary to mount the transducer. If the deadrise angle of your
mounting location exceeds 5°, you should use a fairing block to
mount the transducer.
Deadrise Angle
Deadrise is the angle formed between a horizontal line and a
boat hull at a single point. You can measure the deadrise angle
with a smartphone application, an angle finder, a protractor, or a
digital level. You can also ask your boat manufacturer for the
deadrise angle of the specific point on your boat hull.
NOTE: A boat may have several deadrise angles depending on
the shape of the hull. Measure the deadrise angle only at the
location where you plan to install the transducer.
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Cutting the Fairing Block
CAUTION
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask
when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
1 Using wood screws, attach the fairing block to a piece of
wood.
The wood becomes a cutting guide for the fairing block.
2 Measure the deadrise angle of the hull at the mounting
location.
3 Tilt your table saw blade to match the deadrise angle and
secure the cutting fence.
4 Position the fairing block on the table so the cutting guide
rests against the fence
and the angle matches the angle of
the mounting location.
5 Adjust the cutting fence to ensure the fairing block has a
of 2 mm (1/16 in.).
minimum thickness
NOTE: The maximum cutting angle
of the fairing block is
25°.
6 Cut the fairing block.
7 Using a rasp or power tool, shape the fairing block to the hull
as precisely as possible.
8 Use the remaining section of the fairing block as the backing
block inside the hull.
Mounting the Sonar Module
Mounting the Panoptix LiveScope GLS 10 Device
NOTICE
If you are mounting the device in fiberglass, when drilling the
pilot holes, it is recommended to use a countersink bit to drill a
clearance counterbore through only the top gel-coat layer. This
will help to avoid cracking in the gel-coat layer when the screws
are tightened.
NOTE: Stainless-steel screws may bind when screwed into
fiberglass and overtightened. It is recommended to apply an
anti-seize lubricant to the screws before installing them.
NOTE: Screws are included with the device, but they may not
be suitable for the mounting surface.
Before you mount the device, you must select a mounting
location and determine what screws and other mounting
hardware are needed for the surface.
1 Place the device in the mounting location and mark the
location of the pilot holes.
2 Drill a pilot hole for one corner of the device.
3 Loosely fasten the device to the mounting surface with one
corner and examine the other three pilot-hole marks.
4 Mark new pilot-hole locations if necessary, and remove the
device from the mounting surface.
5 Drill the remaining pilot holes.
6 Secure the device to the mounting location.
Blink Codes
After the sonar module is installed, it turns on when the
chartplotter is turned on. The color status LED on the sonar
module indicates its operational status.
LED Color State
Status
Green
Blinking
The sonar module is connected to a
chartplotter and is operating properly.
You should see sonar data on the
chartplotter.
Red
Blinking
The sonar module is turned on, but is
not connected to a chartplotter, or is
waiting to connect to a chartplotter. If the
sonar module is connected to the
chartplotter and this code persists,
check the wiring connections.
Orange
Blinking
A software update is in progress.
Red/Green Blinking
Reserved
Red
Two blinks
followed by a 3second pause
Other sonar failure.
Red
Three blinks
followed by a 3second pause
The transducer is not detected by the
sonar module. If this code persists,
check the wiring connections.
Red
Five blinks
followed by a 3second pause
The sonar module input voltage exceeds
the maximum input voltage.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
4 Place masking tape over the pilot hole and surrounding area
outside the hull to prevent damage to the fiberglass.
5 Using a 32 mm (1 1/4 in.) bit at the stem hole location, drill
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Cored Fiberglass Boat Hull Installation
Instructions
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from outside the hull through the outer skin , inner skin ,
and the core .
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
Sand and clean the inner skin, core, and outer skin around
the hole.
Seal the exposed inner core with epoxy , and allow the
epoxy to set thoroughly.
While holding a drill with a 9 mm (3/8 in.) bit plumb, drill the
anti-rotation bolt hole through the hull from outside the hull.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
Sand and clean the area around the hole with a solvent wash
to remove dust particles.
Applying Marine Sealant to a Thru-Hull Transducer
You must apply marine sealant to the transducer to ensure a
tight, waterproof seal between the fairing block and the hull. Do
not apply sealant directly to the stem or anti-rotation bolt.
Apply marine sealant
around the base of the stem and
anti-rotation bolt on the transducer.
Installing a Thru-Hull Transducer with a Fairing Block
Drilling the Transducer Stem Hole and the Anti-Rotation
Bolt Hole in a Cored Fiberglass Hull
Before you can drill the hole for the anti-rotation bolt, you must
drill the hole for the transducer stem (Drilling the Transducer
Stem Hole and the Anti-Rotation Bolt Hole in a Cored Fiberglass
Hull, page 3) and you must cut the fairing block (Cutting the
Fairing Block, page 2).
The core must be cut and sealed carefully to protect against
water seepage.
1 Select a mounting location without surface irregularities or
obstructions.
2 Using the template, mark the location of the stem hole and
anti-rotation bolt.
3 Drill a 3 mm (1/8 in.) pilot hole through the template and hull
at the stem hole location.
Installing the Transducer with a Fairing Block
It is recommended that two installers complete these
instructions, with one positioned outside the boat and one inside
the boat.
NOTE: When installing the transducer in a cored fiberglass hull,
avoid over-tightening the nuts to prevent damaging the hull.
1 Apply marine sealant at the base of the anti-rotation bolt
and transducer stem .
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2 Seat the transducer housing firmly within the fairing block
recess.
3 Apply marine sealant to the face of the fairing block
that
must contact the hull.
4 Apply marine sealant to the face of the backing block that
must contact the inner hull.
5 From outside the hull, insert the transducer cable and
transducer stem through the mounting hole.
6 From inside the hull, slide the backing block onto the
transducer stem and seat it firmly against the inner hull.
The fairing and transducer must be parallel to the keel.
7 From inside the hull, apply the included anti-seize compound
to the exposed transducer stem and anti-rotation bolt.
8 From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the backing block to the transducer stem with the
included 46 mm hull nut , nylon washer , and rubber
washer .
Do not over-tighten the hull nut.
9 From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the backing block to the anti-rotation bolt with the
included M8 nut
and 8 mm washer .
Do not over-tighten the M8 nut.
10 Before the sealant hardens, remove all excess sealant on the
outside of the fairing block and exterior hull to ensure smooth
water flow over the transducer.
Non-cored/Fiberglass/Wooden Boat Hull
Installation Instructions
Thru-Hull Transducer in a Non-cored/Fiberglass Hull
with a Fairing Block
If the deadrise angle of your mounting location exceeds 5°, you
should use a fairing block to mount the device.
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Drilling the Transducer Stem Hole and the Anti-Rotation
Bolt Hole in a Non-Cored or Fiberglass Hull
Before you can drill holes for the anti-rotation bolts, you must
drill the hole for the transducer stem, and you must cut the
fairing block (Cutting the Fairing Block, page 2).
You should follow these instructions when you are using a
fairing block to mount the transducer on a boat that does not
have a cored fiberglass hull.
1 Select a mounting location without surface irregularities or
obstructions.
2 Using the template, mark the location of the stem hole and
anti-rotation bolt.
3 Drill a 3 mm (1/8 in.) pilot hole through the hull at the stem
hole location, from outside the hull.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
4 If the vessel has a fiberglass hull, place masking tape over
the pilot hole and surrounding area outside the hull to prevent
damage to the fiberglass.
5 If you taped over the pilot hole, use a utility knife to cut out
the hole in the tape.
6 While holding a 32 mm (1 1/4 in.) spade bit plumb, cut a hole
from outside the hull at the stem hole location.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
7 Sand and clean the area around the hole.
8 While holding a drill with a 9 mm (3/8 in.) bit plumb, drill the
anti-rotation bolt hole through the hull.
The holes must be perpendicular to the water surface.
9 Sand and clean the area around the holes with a solvent
wash to remove dust particles.
Applying Marine Sealant to a Thru-Hull Transducer
You must apply marine sealant to the transducer to ensure a
tight, waterproof seal between the fairing block and the hull. Do
not apply sealant directly to the stem or anti-rotation bolt.
Apply marine sealant
around the base of the stem and
anti-rotation bolt on the transducer.
9 From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the backing block to the anti-rotation bolt with the
included M8 nut
and 8 mm washer .
Do not over-tighten the M8 nut.
10 Before the sealant hardens, remove all excess sealant on the
outside of the fairing block and exterior hull to ensure smooth
water flow over the transducer.
Thru-Hull Transducer in a Non-cored/Fiberglass Hull
without a Fairing Block
If the deadrise angle of your mounting location does not exceed
5°, you can mount the device without a fairing block.
Installing the Transducer with a Fairing Block
It is recommended that two installers complete these
instructions, with one positioned outside the boat and one inside
the boat.
NOTE: When installing the transducer in a cored fiberglass hull,
avoid over-tightening the nuts to prevent damaging the hull.
1 Apply marine sealant at the base of the anti-rotation bolt
and transducer stem .
Drilling the Transducer Stem and Anti-Rotation Bolt Holes
You should follow these instructions if you are installing your
transducer on a fiberglass boat and you are not using a fairing
block or isolator plate.
1 Trim the included transducer template.
2 Select a mounting location without surface irregularities or
obstructions.
3 Using the template, mark the location of the stem hole and
anti-rotation bolt.
4 While holding a 32 mm (1 1/4 in.) spade bit plumb, drill the
transducer stem hole from outside the hull.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
While
holding a drill with an 9 mm (3/8 in.) bit plumb, drill the
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anti-rotation bolt hole from outside the hull.
The holes must be perpendicular to the water surface.
6 Sand and clean the inner skin, core, and outer skin around
the holes.
2 Seat the transducer housing firmly within the fairing block
recess.
3 Apply marine sealant to the face of the fairing block
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that
must contact the hull.
Apply marine sealant to the face of the backing block that
must contact the inner hull.
From outside the hull, insert the transducer cable
and
transducer stem through the mounting hole.
From inside the hull, slide the backing block onto the
transducer stem and seat it firmly against the inner hull.
The fairing and transducer must be parallel to the keel.
From inside the hull, apply the included anti-seize compound
to the exposed transducer stem and anti-rotation bolt.
From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the backing block to the transducer stem with the
included 46 mm hull nut , nylon washer , and rubber
washer .
Do not over-tighten the hull nut.
Applying Marine Sealant to a Thru-Hull Transducer
You must apply marine sealant to the transducer to ensure a
tight, waterproof seal between the fairing block and the hull. Do
not apply sealant directly to the stem or anti-rotation bolt.
Apply marine sealant
around the base of the stem and
anti-rotation bolt on the transducer.
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Installing the Transducer without a Fairing Block
It is recommended that two installers complete these
instructions, with one positioned outside the boat and one inside
the boat.
NOTE: When installing a transducer in a non-cored fiberglass
hull, avoid over-tightening the nuts to prevent damaging the hull.
1 Apply marine sealant to the base of the transducer stem ,
anti-rotation bolt , and the sides of the transducer plate
that must contact the hull.
Drilling the Transducer Stem Hole and the Anti-Rotation
Bolt Hole in a Metal Hull
You should follow these instructions when you are using a
fairing block to mount the transducer on a boat that has a metal
hull.
1 Select a mounting location without surface irregularities or
obstructions.
2 Using the template, mark the location of the stem hole and
anti-rotation bolt.
3 Drill a 3 mm (1/8 in.) pilot hole through the hull at the stem
hole location, from outside the hole.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
4 Using a 38 mm (1 1/ 2 in.) hole saw, cut the stem hole from
outside the hull.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
5 While holding a drill with a 13 mm (1/2 in.) bit plumb, drill the
anti-rotation bolt hole through the hull from outside the hull.
6 Sand and clean the area around the holes.
Applying Marine Sealant to a Thru-Hull Transducer
You must apply marine sealant to the transducer to ensure a
tight, waterproof seal between the fairing block and the hull. Do
not apply sealant directly to the stem or anti-rotation bolt.
around the base of the stem and
Apply marine sealant
anti-rotation bolt on the transducer.
2 From outside the hull, insert the transducer through the
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mounting hole and seat it firmly against the hull.
From inside the hull, apply the included anti-seize compound
to the exposed transducer stem and anti-rotation bolt.
From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the included 46 mm hull nut , nylon washer ,
and rubber washer
to the transducer stem.
Do not over-tighten the hull nut.
From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the included M8 nut
and 8 mm nylon washer
to the anti-rotation bolt.
Do not over-tighten the M8 nut.
Before the sealant hardens, remove all excess sealant on the
outside of the exterior hull to ensure smooth water flow over
the transducer.
Metal Boat Hull Installation Instructions
Thru-Hull Transducer in a Metal Hull with a Fairing
Block
If the deadrise angle of your mounting location exceeds 5°, you
should use a fairing block to mount the device.
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Installing the Transducer with a Fairing Block and Bushings
It is recommended that two installers complete these
instructions, with one positioned outside the boat and one inside
the boat.
1 Secure the bushings to the anti-rotation bolt and
transducer stem .
2 Apply marine sealant to the bushings, and at the base of the
anti-rotation bolt and transducer stem.
3 Seat the transducer housing firmly within the fairing block
recess.
4 Apply marine sealant to the side of the fairing block that must
contact the hull.
5 Apply marine sealant to the side of the backing block that
must contact the hull.
6 From outside the hull, insert the transducer cable and
transducer housing through the mounting hole.
7 From inside the hull, slide the backing block onto the
transducer and seat it firmly against the hull.
8 Apply the included anti-seize compound to the exposed
transducer stem and anti-rotation bolt.
9 From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers to secure the
backing block to the transducer stem with the included
46 mm hull nut , the nylon washer , and the rubber
washer .
10 From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers to secure the
backing block to the anti-rotation bolts with the included M8
nut
and 8 mm washer .
11 Before the sealant hardens, remove all excess sealant on the
outside of the fairing block and exterior hull to ensure smooth
water flow over the transducer.
Drilling the Transducer Stem and Anti-Rotation Bolt Holes
You should follow these instructions if you are mounting your
transducer on a metal hull boat and you are not using a fairing
block.
1 Trim the included transducer template.
2 Select a mounting location without surface irregularities or
obstructions.
3 Using the template, mark the location of the stem hole and
anti-rotation bolt.
4 Drill a 3 mm (1/8 in.) pilot hole through the hull at the stem
hole location, from outside the hull.
Using
a 38 mm (1 1/2 in.) hole saw, cut the stem hole from
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outside the hull.
The hole must be perpendicular to the water surface.
While
holding a drill with a 12 mm (1/2 in.) bit plumb, drill the
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anti-rotation bolt hole from outside the hull.
The holes must be perpendicular to the water surface.
7 Remove the template from the mounting location.
8 Sand and clean the area around the holes with a solvent
wash to remove dust particles.
Installing the Transducer in a Metal Hull without a Fairing
Block
It is recommended that two installers complete these
instructions, with one positioned outside the boat and one inside
the boat.
NOTE: When installing a transducer in an aluminum or steel
hull, you must use the included isolation plate.
1 Secure the bushings to the anti-rotation bolt and
transducer stem .
2 Seat the isolation plate firmly against the transducer.
Thru-Hull Transducer in a Metal Hull without a Fairing
Block
If the deadrise angle of your mounting location does not exceed
5 degrees, you can mount the device without a fairing block.
3 Apply marine sealant to the base of the transducer stem and
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anti-rotation bolt, and the side of the isolation plate that must
contact the hull.
NOTE: Apply enough marine sealant on all surfaces to
ensure bonding between the plate and the hull, including a
tight perimeter seal.
From outside the hull, insert the transducer through the
mounting hole and seat it firmly against the hull.
From inside the hull, apply the included anti-seize compound
to the exposed transducer stem and anti-rotation bolts.
From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers or a crescent wrench
to secure the included 46 mm hull nut , nylon washer ,
and rubber washer
to the transducer stem.
From inside the hull, use slip-joint pliers to secure the
included M8 nut
and 8 mm nylon washer
to the antirotation bolt.
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8 Before the sealant hardens, remove all excess sealant on the
outside of the exterior hull to ensure smooth water flow over
the transducer.
Maintenance
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Testing the Installation
NOTICE
You should check your boat for leaks before you leave it in the
water for an extended period of time.
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Because water is necessary to carry the sonar signal, the
transducer must be in the water to work properly. You cannot
get a depth or distance reading when out of the water. When
you place your boat in the water, check for leaks around any
screw holes that were added below the water line.
Anti-Fouling Paint
To prevent corrosion of metal and to slow the growth of
organisms that can affect a vessel's performance, you should
apply a water-based anti-fouling paint to the transducer every
six months.
NOTE: Never apply ketone-based anti-fouling paint to your
vessel, because ketones attack many types of plastic and could
damage or destroy your transducer.
Cleaning the Transducer
Aquatic fouling accumulates quickly and can reduce your
device's performance.
1 Remove the fouling with a soft cloth and mild detergent.
2 If the fouling is severe, use a scouring pad or putty knife to
remove growth.
Wipe
the device dry.
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Specifications
Panoptix LiveScope LVS32-TH Specifications
Dimensions (L x H x W)
136.4 x 96.5 x 44.5 mm (5.37 x 3.8
x 1.75 in.)
Weight (transducer only)
850 g (1.87 lbs.)
Frequencies
From 530 to 1.1 MHz
Operating temperature
From 0 to 40°C (from 32 to 104°F)
Storage temperature
From -40 to 85°C (from -40 to
185°F)
Maximum depth/distance*
61 m (200 ft.)
Field of view
Front to back: 135 degrees
Side-to-side: 20 degrees
*Dependent upon water salinity, bottom type, and other water
conditions.
Panoptix LiveScope GLS 10 Sonar Module
Specifications
Dimensions (W x H x D)
245 x 149 x 65 mm (9.7 x 5.9 x 2.6 in.)
Weight
1.96 kg (4.33 lbs.)
Operating temperature
From -15 to 70°C (from 5 to 158°F)
Storage temperature
From -40 to 85°C (from -40 to 185°F)
Power input
From 10 to 32 Vdc
Power usage
21 W typical, 24 mW min., 58 W max.
Compass-safe distance
178 mm (7 in.)
Data output
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