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With years of developing and testing, to make it right and make it more, Lowrance LSS-1 StructureScan sonar imaging takes fish- and structure-finding to the highest level of viewing detail ever achieved.
Features that work together to set Lowrance StructureScan sonar imaging apart.
SideScan Imaging Detail
Select SideScan full-screen viewing for supercrisp detail with 480 ft./146 m side-to-side underwater coverage. The amazing StructureScan imaging feature shows targets as well as their imaging scan shadows – game fish and baitfish alike.
You cover more water in less time while targeting fish and fish-holding structure with superb detail. Plus, with the unique TrackBack tool, you can easily scroll back in sonar history to find locations and set waypoints.New DownScan Imaging™ Advantage.
New DownScan Imaging Advantage
Welcome to the incredible and innovative new dimension in Lowrance fish-finding -- highdetail sonar image scanning focused straight down below your boat!
Employ this exclusive StructureScan feature, and there’s no more guessing. Submerged timber looks exactly like timber. So do brush, pilings and stumps. You get the picture. Or, you will with your Lowrance HDS display.
SideScan + DownScan Imaging Edge
Merging Lowrance side and down sonar scans in split-screen gives you the absolute best of both worlds in high-detail panoramic imaging for fish- and structure-finding on your HDS display. SideScan for wide-area surveys. DownScan Imaging for more well-defined scrutiny. Together, the clearest way to view and attack sweet spots ever devised. Cursor over locations for helpful depth and distance detail for new precision in bait or lure presentations. Or, to set a waypoint.
You’ve never seen anything like this before. Because there’s never been anything like it before.
DownScan Imaging + 2D Sonar WOW Factor
Here’s an exclusive new Lowrance advantage that’s nothing less than astounding and incredibly helpful. Even with the exceptional Broadband Sounder technology built into most HDS models, traditional 2D sonar displays can be tricky to interpret. Timber, dock pilings and cables, rocks and other structure can look like a school of large fish. Or, a stack of large fish may be mistaken for structure. Not any more. Compare DownScan Imaging with 2D HDS sonar viewing in split-screen, and you’ll remove all doubt.
The StructureScan sonar imaging 455/800 kHz transducer works in tandem with your HDS 2D sonar transducer without cross-talk interference.
Plus, as an added benefit, comparing the two helps you learn to “read” 2D sonar displays with much greater accuracy.
Good thing for you. Not exactly good news for fish.
Easy, Inexpensive Onboard Networking.
So technically advanced, Lowrance StructureScan sonar imaging is by design as easy to network as it is to use.
Single HDS Display.
Simply connect one add-on powered LSS-1 “black box” module (includes imaging transducer) with a single high-speed, high-bandwidth Lowrance ethernet cable (also included).
Techno Marvel. Marvelously Easy to Install.
For any HDS display, two easy-to-install add-on components launch the newest giant leap in fish- and structure-finding.
The brains: the LSS-1 fully-waterproof module. Hook it up to a 10-18 VDC power supply, and via simple plug-and-play ethernet cables, network with up to three HDS displays for viewing and independent display control.
Or, network with other HDS add-on options to enhance your on-the-water safety and fun. Like the Lowrance BR24 Broadband Radar option, the first high-detail radar safe enough for inland waters and tight harbors. Or the LWX-1 antenna for satellite weather and radio with unique SIRIUS subscriptions.
The heart: the LSS-1 imaging transducer. Rugged, yet with a smoothly fluid low-profile, low-drag design, it’s made for multiple mounting locations – transom, transom step, jackplate, even trolling motors (with a simple, inexpensive adapter option). It also has a built-in water temp sensor.
For transoms, there’s a smarter-designed, stainless steel mounting bracket with a kick-up feature for water hazard strikes. Damage the bracket, and you simply replace it (not the entire transducer) inexpensively.