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Due back in MID July 2024

Product information "BearCreeks BC2403 Wireless Color Fish Finder with CHIRP sonar module for Remote-Controlled Carp Fishing Bait Boats"

Experience the extraordinary capabilities of the CHIRP sonar module with the BearCreeks BC2403 Wireless Color Fish Finder. This cutting-edge device is specially designed for Remote-Controlled Carp Fishing Bait Boats, ensuring an advanced and seamless fishing experience. Equipped with the latest technology, it guarantees unparalleled performance, marking the future of fishing with its outstanding features.

Technical Specifications: 


Display Size: 5.0" TFT LCD, Sunlight Viewable 

Resolution: 800*480 Pixels; 65,536 Color 

Language: Multi-language including English, Russian, German, French, Turkish, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Dutch, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Czech and Serbian.

Monitor and Display Features: Real-time Voltage Monitoring of Bait Boat Battery 

IP66 Level Waterproof Casing Design 


Depth Capability: > 50m (164ft) 

Sonar Type: Chirp Sonar

Sonar Frequency: 200Khz & 83Khz 

Beam Angle: 16°/ 200Khz, 40°/83Khz

Sonar Alarms: Fish / Shallow / Low Battery 

Radio Frequency (R&F): 


 - Europe: 859MHz - 894MHz, Using 875MHz SAW to improve reception performance.

 - North America: 902MHz - 928Mhz, Using 915MHz SAW to improve reception performance.


Transmit power: 20dBm

Max Range: 400m 

Additional Features: 

Monitor Power Supply: Built-in 3.7V / 1S6P lithium battery


Operating Temperature: :-30°C ~ 85°C

Warranty: Stable wireless performance even in adverse conditions 24 months warranty

Extended warranties available


What is CHIRP?

CHIRP variable frequency sonar technology is currently the most advanced and sophisticated technology applied in the fields of fisheries and maritime sonar. CHIRP variable frequency sonar is an acronym derived from Compressed High-Intensity Radiated Pulse. Traditional sonar can only emit a single, constant-frequency pulse signal within a given unit of time. Since the only feedback comes from this single-frequency pulse signal, the echo information is very limited, thereby restricting the clarity and resolution provided by traditional sonar.

Unlike traditional sonar, CHIRP variable frequency sonar doesn't just emit a single-frequency pulse signal; instead, it continuously emits a series of pulses with varying frequencies, which are then analyzed one by one when the echo signals return. This continuous frequency signal provides more abundant data, allowing CHIRP variable frequency sonar to construct clearer and higher-resolution images.

Compared to traditional sonar systems, CHIRP variable frequency sonar has higher sensitivity and processing capabilities, providing better target resolution and clarity.

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