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HI, I am sorry so many questions
1-Adapting the A80171 version of the P319 fishfinder transducer transducer to permit it to be interfaced to the DSM300 and then interfacing the DSM300's SeaTalkHS socket to any model of a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD. It is possible to connect a new MFD and the old C80 simultaneously through SeaTalkHS socket?
2- I'm not finding the cable adapter in my country, do you have the diagram
33-562-01 Raymarine Transducer Adapter Cable?
Thank you
Sergio,

Unfortunately, the requested diagram is not available. While it may not be common for a dealer to stock the 33-562-01 Raymarine Transducer Adapter Cable, you should be able to order this cable from an authorized Raymarine dealer or dealer of Airmar Transducer Products (ex. Gemeco).
ok, adapting the A80171 version of the P319 fishfinder transducer transducer to permit it to be interfaced to the DSM300 and then interfacing the DSM300's SeaTalkHS socket to any model of a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD as you mentioned . It is possible to connect a new MFD and the old C80 simultaneously through SeaTalkHS socket?
Sergio,

C-Series Classic MFDs do not support Ethernet (SeaTalkhs) communications as do the a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFDs. The C-Series Classic MFDs were designed to communicate with the DSM via hsb2 communications rather than Ethernet communications. While the DSM has both Ethernet (SeaTalkhs) and hsb2 communications ports, it cannot simultaneously support both Ethernet and hsb2 communications. As such, a C-Series Classic MFD and an a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD should not be simultaneously interfaced to a DSM.
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