The Cuda 350 s/map from Eagle is a multi-function unit that is has both sonar and GPS navigational functionality. See all of the action on the 4 inch lcd screen with 16 level grayscale and a 240×160 resolution. With Supertwist, the screen can be viewed in broad daylight without glare and at night with the backlight. The low profile Skimmer transducer is designed for fast speeds and reduced interference. 800 watts of peak to peak power emit sonar signals down to 600 feet below the surface.
FishReveal and Grayline work in tandem to process sonar signals and present them on the graphical display in such a way as to discriminate between structures like trees, weeds, rocks, and fish targets. Built in alarms alert users when certain events occur on screen so nothing goes unnoticed even when the screen isn’t being actively monitored.
On the chart-plotter side of things, the Cuda 350 s/map excels. The unit has built in maps of lakes, rivers and coastal waters with details of the shoreline. The unit has internal memory to save up to 1,000 waypoints and markers as well as 100 routes. Mark favorite spots with one of 42 different graphical icons and zoom in and out on the maps for fully customizable views.