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[CA] [CA11] Axiom installation
01-26-20, 12:03 PM (This post was last modified: 01-27-20 05:25 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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[CA11] Axiom installation
I'm going to retire my old C80 and install a new Axiom 9. My mind is a little foggy about what all I need to buy for this. It looks like besides the unit itself, I will need a new through-hull transducer for downscan and sidescan, a sonar box and a new GPS antenna since my unit location will be under a hardtop and the old antenna is unreliable. Do I have this about right. I'm on the Raymarine site gathering my information on what to order and how much it will cost. I'm also considering a certified Raymarine installer, although this is going to add considerable cost to this project. Any help is appreciated.
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01-28-20, 10:04 AM
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RE: [CA11] Axiom installation
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum,

Please click here to view a FAQ addressing replacement of an C-Series Classic MFD with an Axiom MFD.

Q1. It looks like besides the unit itself, I will need a new through-hull transducer for downscan and sidescan, a sonar box and a new GPS antenna since my unit location will be under a hardtop and the old antenna is unreliable. Do I have this about right.
A1. Indeed you appear to be on the correct path. A Raystar 150 GPS Sensor would be recommended for installation atop the hard top. To ensure that I can advise correctly, please respond with the following information:

- has a DSM250, DSM30, or DSM300 been installed onboard? If so, which one of these DSMs is installed onboard? Is the DSM operational?

- what is the maximum depth of water to be fished?

- what type of propulsion does the boat feature (inboard, outboard, I/O)?

- what is the deadrise of the hull?
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