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Airmar

Airmar

About Airmar

 
AIRMAR Technology Corporation is a world leader in ultrasonic sensor technology.  Airmar develops and manufactures transducers for a diverse range of applications, including underwater transducers for hydrographic survey, navigation and fisheries research.
We also offer a full suite of NMEA SMART™ depth, speed and temperature sensors, ultrasonic WeatherStation™ Instruments, heading sensors and the industry's first Bluetooth® enabled, electromagnetic speed log, the DX900+.
 
Our 200WX-IPX7 WeatherStation™ is suitable for ASV's , buoys and other offshore monitoring paltforms.
 

Airmar


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Airmar
Address
35 Meadowbrook Drive
Postal/ZIP
NH 03055
City
Milford
Country
United States of America
Contact
(603) 673-9570 x 1100
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M194 Broadband 160-260kHz Transducer
M194 Broadband 160-260kHz Transducer

Airmar

This broadband 200 kHz transducer has a Q of 2 and very good sensitivity. It enables users to perform accurate surveys in shallow-water with high resolution. This tr

SS134 Side Scan Transducer 340kHz or 500kHz
SS134 Side Scan Transducer 340kHz or 500kHz

Airmar

0.5 degree x 48 degree beamwidth

M157 Low Frequency Trawl-Mount Transducer
M157 Low Frequency Trawl-Mount Transducer

Airmar

The mid-size M157 features low-frequency, wide-beam elements for precise measurements of trawl-net openings and distance to the bottom. Connection to the trawl cable

CS229 Low Frequency Cast Steel Transducer
CS229 Low Frequency Cast Steel Transducer

Airmar

The high-strength, cast-steel CS229 transducer stands up to very harsh environments, including ice filled water. The versatile housing accommodates a variety of freq

M195 Smart™ Dual Frequency EchoRange™ Transducer
M195 Smart™ Dual Frequency EchoRange™ Transducer

Airmar

Operating at both 30kHz and 200kHz, the EchoRange™ SMART™ sensor features embedded microelectronics that process depth and temperature inside the sensor that can ins