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Adapting / repairing / splicing fishfinder transducer cables
03-30-16, 09:20 AM (This post was last modified: 07-24-18 01:31 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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Adapting / repairing / splicing fishfinder transducer cables
Adapting / repairing / splicing fishfinder transducer cables

Raymarine neither recommends nor supports adapting transducers which have been designed for use with third party fishfinding products for use with Raymarine fishfinding products. Similarly, Raymarine neither recommends nor supports adapting instrument depth transducers for use with Raymarine's fishifnding products. Such adaptation / repair / splicing is neither recommended nor supported, as spliced fishfinder transducer cables typically yield poor fishfinder imaging / performance and may result in damage to the interfaced fishfinding product. Excess fishfinder transducer cable should be loosely coiled (6" minimum diameter) and secured to a bulkhead.

Raymarine's fishfinding sonar products should be used with the corresponding fishfinder transducers found here.


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