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[CA] deep water and cp200
03-23-18, 02:02 PM
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RE: [CA] deep water and cp200
Sallysea,

Unless the sonar channel has been configured to not ping, then transducer will ping irrespective of whether a fishfinder pane with the corresponding channel is being viewed. However, the pings are not being processed into sonar imagery unless a fishfinder pane with the corresponding channel is being viewed within the system.

Unless operated for extensive periods of time, it would be unlikely that damage would be caused to a CPT-200 or CPT-100's elements. The same cannot be said for high power CHIRP transducers and it would correspondingly be recommended that the power cable for a CP470, CP570, or CP450C be unplugged before powering the marine electronics if the vessel is not located in the water. It would also be considered to be a best practice to unplug a CP100, CP200, or CP370's power cable before powering the marine electronics if you will be regularly operate the marine electronics while the boat is out of the water.
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[CA] deep water and cp200 - Sallysea - 03-14-18, 05:25 PM
RE: [CA] deep water and cp200 - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 03-23-18 02:02 PM

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