Software update: MaxSea TimeZero ECS & PLOT v2

We are pleased to announce the release of MaxSea TimeZero ECS/PLOT version 2. This update includes many new features and enhancements over the previous version and is free for existing TimeZero ECS/PLOT v1.x users.

Here is a short overview of the major new features:

Discrete Depth Shading
The Depth Shading can be set to a user defined discrete color palette. This allows specific depths to be highlighted with specific colors:

MaxSea TimeZero pro new features: depth shading

Compatibility with Furuno Ethernet Sounders has been further improved. MaxSea TimeZero can now display the Sounder Echogram in Dual Frequency and has access to the Bottom Lock and Bottom Zoom feature of the Sounder:

Better integration with with Furuno Ethernet Sounders

Bottom Discrimination with Furuno BBDS1
Paired with MaxSea TimeZero PLOT, the BBDS1 is the most affordable solution on the market to collect depth and bottom discrimination information:

BBDS1: best tool for bottom discriminationMaxSea TimeZero ECS/PLOT includes many other features, please find full details of this release in this document: MaxSea TimeZero ECS/PLOT V2

If you want to know more about our professional range, here are MaxSea TimeZero ECS and MaxSea TimeZero Plot product pages.

5 thoughts on “Software update: MaxSea TimeZero ECS & PLOT v2

  1. fabio January 26, 2013 / 16:20

    its possible to duplicate my own PBG files to save in a external hardrive? if its possible how can i do?

  2. MaxSea January 28, 2013 / 14:42

    Dear Fabio,
    To export your PBG files, you can use the option “backup collection”.
    This backup will save all your data. Note that importing the collection will replace all your data.
    Best regards,
    –MaxSea Team

  3. Hector August 14, 2013 / 23:30

    Buenas tardes al importar 3d maxsea v 12 al time zero v1.2 no los puedo editar,Agradeceria su ayuda Hector

    • MaxSea August 16, 2013 / 08:58

      Buenos días Hector,
      Lo más fácil es que por favor escribas a, nuestro equipo técnico sabrá responder mejor a este tipo de duda. Gracias, hablan español por supuesto 🙂
      Un saludo cordial!

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