Use the latest advancements and touchscreen ease of a Lowrance® HDS-12 Carbon Sonar Fish Finder with TotalScan plus Insight Pro by C-MAP to find, navigate and dominate when fishing. The ultra-clear SolarMAXTM HD multi-touch display with high-bright LED backlighting and advanced anti-reflective coatings let you see what you're after from a wider variety of viewing angles in any lighting condition. The dual-core, high-performance processor delivers faster redraw speeds and quicker response times to easily power the Dual-Channel CHIRP sonar, Dual Network Sounder, StructureScan 3D, StructureMap along with future fish finding upgrades. The HDS-12 Carbon Sonar Fish Finder supports the most advanced marine technology including a Network Analyzer that notifies you when new software is available and will connect you for faster technical support from the Lowrance Service program.
Get to the bottom of things with HDS Carbon Sonar.
See the difference Lowrance makes when a built-in CHIRP Sonar delivers multiple CHIRP and Broadband Sounder frequencies from a single transducer for greater sensitivity, improved target resolution and superior noise rejection for clearer, easy-to-see bait fish and game fish targets. StructureScan 3D shows you stunning, three-dimensional views of where fish and structure are located in relation to your boat. Dual-channel CHIRP sonar increases visible fish targets using high CHIRP frequency for increased target separation close to the bottom or in tight schools and a low frequency channel at the same time that covers more of the water column with wider and deeper cone angles.
Lowrance HDS-12 Carbon Navigation leads the way in technology.
When you know where to go, and more importantly, when you don't, the HDS Carbon-12 with an internal GPS antenna uses a 10Hz position update rate to provide ultra-accurate trails, smoother chart performance and maximum position accuracy. The extensive mapping options include the built-in C-MAP Basemap charts for Coastal and Inland U.S. waters or use Insight GenesisTM to create your own from recorded sonar readings.