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E127 Transducer
03-25-16, 09:45 AM
Post: #1
E127 Transducer
Good Morning,

For E127 (Model E70024) I am finding three different transducers in the B744 family.

A66090 (short stem), A66091 (short stem) and A66092 (long stem). Can all be used with the E127 directly without a sonar module? What is the difference other than stem length on the one? Thank you.

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03-25-16, 10:54 AM
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RE: E127 Transducer
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Rich,

From the standpoint of performance, these transducer have identical performance specifications. The A66090 version of the B744V is designed to be mated directly to the Transducer socket of an ax7/cx7/e7D/ex7/eSx7 MFD. Unless the application requires a longer shaft than that of the A66090, it is recommended that the A66090 version of the B744V transducer be used with an ax7/cx7/e7D/ex7/eSx7 MFD.

The A66091 and A66092 versions of the B744V feature a plug which is designed to permit the transducer to be mated directly to a CP370, CP300, DSM300, DSM30, DSM250, or hsb/hsb2/SL Pathfinder Series Fishfinder Display. These transducer may be adapted (E66066 Transducer Adapter) to be mated directly to the Transducer socket of an ax7/cx7/e7D/ex7/eSx7 MFD.
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03-25-16, 03:29 PM
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RE: E127 Transducer
Thank you for the rapid reply. Have a great evening.

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03-25-16, 03:44 PM
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RE: E127 Transducer
You're welcome.
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