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Finding Transducer Model Numbers - rsqunit - 06-22-17 11:20 AM

Is there a way from the MFD (or some other means) to find out the model number and/or version of the transducers (wind, speed, temperature, depth) without visually inspecting the unit? Trying to avoid climbing up the mast, for example.

RE: Finding Transducer Model Numbers - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 06-22-17 01:29 PM

Welcome to the Raymarine Forum rsqunit,

Raymarine instrument depth and speed/temp transducers are manufactured with a tag affixed to transducer end of the affixed cable. This tag identifies the transducer. Wind transducers are not similarly tagged. If supplied with a photo of the wind transducer, then it may be possible to identify the model of wind transducer installed onboard.

RE: Finding Transducer Model Numbers - rsqunit - 11-03-17 12:04 AM

Chuck, I posted a link to the picture for my wind transducer.



RE: Finding Transducer Model Numbers - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 11-06-17 08:56 AM


The wind transducer shown within your photos is the Product Number: E22078 Short arm (300mm) vane w/30m cable or the E22079 Long arm (600mm) vane w/50m cable. It would correspondingly be necessary to measure the wind vane's arm to determine whether it was the long arm or short arm version of this wind transducer.