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Transducer Question

Discussion in 'Technical Discussion' started by BLouder, Dec 8, 2011.

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  1. BLouder

    BLouder New Member

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  2. BLouder

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    Would a different picture help?
    Are transducers universal?
  3. BLouder

    BLouder New Member

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    Ok its an Airmar and has a round 9 pin plug. There was a tag on it but its pretty tore up. I got a serial number off of it and crazy looking "X" ducer ID. The serial number is 905092. There was an Airmar cable number too. #c32 C1225 ROHS

    There was also glued to the cable and little tag with some obscure numbers V1.21 11-010-01 KKV 01

    Thanks again
  4. d_meister

    d_meister Senior Member

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    Airmar makes most of the depth/sounder transducers in use by most manufacturerers. They generally are compatible with various products. Airmar has a searchable cross reference utility at:
    Cross Reference Guide
  5. BLouder

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    Thank you,
    I have emailed. Curious what they have to say. thanks again for the help.

    Bill
  6. d_meister

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    You're Welcome,
    Dirk
  7. BLouder

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    Ok, turns out it is for a Raymarine.
    Thanks again for the help.