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(DG) Raydata speed transducer
05-07-18, 01:58 PM (This post was last modified: 05-08-18 10:43 AM by Derek - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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(DG) Raydata speed transducer
I have an old Raydata on the boat, and I would like to keep it as a back up system. The speed and temperature transducer seem to be not working as the temperature continues to rise almost infinity. the depth transducer works OK.

The current transducer is a retractable transducer in a brass housing. Are there replacement transducers available that will fit in the same housing?
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05-08-18, 11:17 AM
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RE: (DG) Raydata speed transducer
Dear OLMako20
Thankyou foryour enquiry.

If the current transducer is a combined depth and speed transducer, then you will need an 'Active Insert', which you will need to order direct from Airmar or from Gemeco click here

This insert has a cable which will need to be spliced into the cable currently running from the combined transducer to the RayData.

If you have a separate speed and separate depth Transducer, then check the diameter of the INSIDE of the hull fitting, if it is 41mm then it is the early style and again a replacement will have to be ordered from Airmar or Gemeco. If it is 31mm, then an insert from the current Raymarine through hull Plastic transducer, E26031 can be used.

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05-10-18, 10:26 AM
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RE: (DG) Raydata speed transducer
Thank you Derek, it looks like it does measure the 31mm so the E26031 should work. I noticed that the E26031 comes with a plastic housing. Will the retractable insert work in the brass housing that is already installed in the boat?
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05-11-18, 05:14 AM
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RE: (DG) Raydata speed transducer
Hi OLMako20

Thank you for your feedback.

The insert is the same whether the housing is brass or plastic.

best regards
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