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Tridata
10-30-17, 12:32 PM
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Tridata
Hi I have 2004 vintage Raymarine instruments. One is a tridata display (speed,temp & depth) using two transducers (depth , and speed/temp).
How do I determine the model number for the display ST60,ST60+,etc.

The reason I am asking is that the speed transducer paddle wheel was damaged and in talking to Airmar they said they needed to know.
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10-30-17, 01:00 PM (This post was last modified: 10-30-17 01:02 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: Tridata
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum E.hatch2086,

In the case of ST60 and ST60+ displays, the product family name (i.e. ST60, ST60+, etc.) will be printed in yellow in the upper left hand corner of the instrument. The display may further be identified via its product ID / serial number label on the back side of the display. Simply do a Google search using the keywords "raymarine" and the product ID (ex. A22013 is a ST60 Tridata Instrument and A22013-P is a ST60+ Tridata) to identify the product's name.
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