Simrad 38/200 Combi W
Simrad 38/200 Combi W is a 38 and 200 kHz wide beam dual single beam transducer
The Simrad 38/200 Combi W is a dual frequency transducer (38 and 200 kHz), and both frequencies operate with wide beams (31°). This makes the transducer perfect for shallow water fish detection using the 200 kHz frequency, and excellent for bottom discrimination from shallow depths and down to several hundred meters using both frequencies. The transducer is not suitable for scientific work.
- Fish finding echo sounders
Key technical specifications
Note that the specifications can be altered without prior warning. For a full set of specifications, see the data sheet.
- Frequency: 38 and 200 kHz
- 38 kHz longitudinal: 31°
- 38 kHz transverse: 31°
- 200 kHz longitudinal: 31°
- 200 kHz transverse: 31°
- Maximum pulse power input:
- 38 kHz: 400 W
- 200 kHz: 250 W
- Maximum continuous power input:
- 38 kHz: 4 W
- 200 kHz: 2,5 W
- Maximum transducer depth: 20 m
- Cable length: 15 m
- Weight with cable: 5 kg
- Physical dimensions:
- Diameter: 120 mm
- Height (main body): 100.2 mm
Please note: The transducer must be submerged in water when transmitter power is applied. Transmitting in air will damage the transducer permanently.
- Transducer: KSV-208845
- Clamping ring: ES1-203672 (*)
- Mounting ring: ES1-208847 (*)
(*) These items must be ordered separately.
The following drawings can be downloaded.
-  Outline dimensions (*)
-  Mounting ring
-  Clamping ring
-  Mounting arrangement
(*) This drawing is not available in DWG format.
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How to access the DWG files
Whenever available, each drawing is provided on both PDF and DWG formats. When applicable, the DWG version of the drawing is included in the PDF file as an attachment.
- Open the PDF file in the normal manner.
- Observe the "Attachment" icon in the lower left corner.
- Click the icon to open the list of attachments.
- Click on the DWG file provided, and select required action on the menu above the list.
- Attachement icon
- Menu: Open or save the attachment file
The following 38 kHz transducers are available.
Single beam transducers
Dual frequency single beam transducers
Dual frequency split beam transducers