Several of the Eagle fishfinders sport a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen. Most come as a grayscale screen, although a few models contain a color screen. The largest Eagle fishfinder you can purchase is a five-inch or 12.7-centimeter diagonal screen. These high-definition screens come in a 640V x 480H resolution.
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Your Eagle fishfinder can burrow down to a water depth of 800 feet, or 244 meters. All Eagle fishfinders come with a transducer thatâs designed to skim over the surface of the water, while attached to your boat hull. You can get readings from boats traveling as fast as 70 mph, or 61 kph. A temperature sensor is built into these transducers. A 60-degree invisible sonic cone emanates from beneath this transducer, allowing for detailed readings of bottom structure and fish.
By purchasing an extra sensor, your Eagle fishfinder can record speed and distance data. Thereâs also a setting for detecting fish when your boat is traveling across water at higher speeds. A bar running up and down your fishfinder screen flashes with the approximate size of detected fish. Plus, each item identified as a fish shows up as a fish symbol and indicates the approximate depth of it.