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05-13-19, 12:27 AM
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Hello Mark,

You'd use either RV100 (transom-mount) or RV220 (through-hull tilted-element split pair), not both. The RV100 and RV220 produce the same results, they're just different mounting styles ( I'm sure you know this, just wanted to be sure since you said 'and' rather than 'or' before.

Either can plug into the back of an Axiom 9 RV or Axiom 9 Pro RVX (emphasising because not all Axiom/Axiom Pro variants can connect to these transducers, you need a model with RV in the model name.)

You don't need a CP470 for any RV transducer: you only need a CP470 when using a high-power Airmar Chirp transducer.


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