More WASSP model transducer options means there’s an ideal WASSP system for you.
"The WASSP multibeam system allows us to map any area without the worry of budget overruns." - Zane Thackeray, Hydrographic Surveyor, South Africa.
WASSP MODEL WMB-160
The WASSP WMB-160 is a 160kHz wideband CHIRP transducer built for the below WASSP versions:
- F3 (160kHz): 1 - 400 metre depth capability for Fishing
- F3X (160kHz): 1 - 600 metre depth capability for Fishing
- S3 (160kHz): 1 - 400 metre depth capability for Survey & Mapping
- W3 (160kHz): 1 - 400 metre depth capability for Exploring
- W3X (160kHz): 1 - 600 metre depth capability for Exploring
WASSP MODEL WMB-80
The WASSP WMB-80 is a 80kHz wideband CHIRP transducer built for the below WASSP version:
- F3XL (80kHz): 2 - 1000 metre depth capability for Fishing
TRANSDUCER R&D DESIGN EXPERTISE
The WASSP Multibeam Transducer was developed by WASSP's in-house R&D team in 2000, in collaboration with Callaghan Innovation, a world-class research and development organisation at the absolute cutting-edge of transducer technology.
Since then, WASSP has established itself as a leader in this specialised and technically demanding market, with numerous systems purchased by the commercial fishing, defence, survey and mapping and super yacht sectors.
The WASSP R&D facilities in Auckland, New Zealand are state-of-the-art, and the team remains dedicated to the innovation and improvement of WASSP products to ensure we always stay at the leading edge of our industry.
GET A WASSP MULTIBEAM FOR YOUR BOAT
WASSP Multibeam Transducers are manufactured in our New Zealand factory from scratch, including cutting the ceramics. You’ll find they are neatly designed and compact, easily fitted to a sea chest suitable for your vessel’s hull. Alternatively, the transducer can be deployed into the water on a light-weight carbon fibre mast. Your WASSP dealer has the expertise you need to recommend the ideal WASSP Multibeam Sounder for your boat.