Single Beam Echo Sounders
Single Frequency Portable Hydrographic Echo Sounder
Specifically designed for work in less-than-ideal circumstances on small survey boats and inflatable watercraft, the Hydrotrac II offers compact portability and the confidence of knowing you're using a proven Odom product. It is completely waterproof and comes equipped with the same advanced features you've come to trust and depend on in Odom echo sounders.
Single Frequency Echo Sounder
Sharing technologies with both the popular Echotrac echo sounders, the CV100 provides the user with the option of going to "all digital". With this model, the paper chart is eliminated in favor of data collection on the data acquisition system PC. Full control of the sounder is maintained via a menu system similar to that featured in the Echotrac.
Mobile Hydrographic System
The rugged and weatherproof Echotrac CVM outperforms all other echo sounders in its class by offering the utmost portability without sacrificing Odom performance standards. With dual or single frequency configurations, optional built-in DGPS and bundled notebook PC with your choice of data acquisition software, the CVM has everything you need in an echo sounder even when portability is not an issue.
Echotrac CV200 & CV300
Hydrographic Echo Sounder
Odom delivers the perfect union of flexibility and technology viewed through a user-friendly networked Windows interface. Alongside the advance features and options that make the Echotrac MKIII such an outstanding product, the CV brings users to the next level by providing an optional third acoustic channel. Whether it's side-scan, bathymetric or shallow sub bottom investigation, the CV has the flexibility to handle the task.
Dual Frequency Echo Sounder
The Echotrac MKIII is the only sounder on the market offering you the choice of either a high resolution thermal paper recorder or a full-sized high bright color LCD chart in an interchangeable module format. Both high and low channels feature frequency agility, enabling the operator to precisely match the transceiver to almost any existing transducer. This ability minimizes near-surface noise caused by transducer ringing while increasing echo return strength. The MKIII is capable of both shallow and deep water operations and features unsurpassed interfacing flexibility with four serial ports and high speed Ethernet capability for maximum efficiency.