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Old 19-05-2019, 06:34   #1
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Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

I would like to find a part number for a socket connector mate for the Raymarine top of mast wind ST60 sensor. It is a circular connector with 5 contacts. This just for testing on the ground, so I don't need the entire cable.

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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Rich.
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Old 19-05-2019, 08:40   #3
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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

Found this one,.... but expensive IMHO


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Raymarine...-/392045855625


Edit: If only for testing on the ground just use connector pins inserted manually, no cennector needed.
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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

Thank you. I hadn't seen that. However it has male pins like the wind transducer does, and I'd need female pins.



But, I think that there are some standard distributor plastic circular connectors that look similar.



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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

If you are trying to test your connections at the masthead I assume the wind is not working. That happened to me and when I went up the mast to remove the ST60 to check it out it was obvious water had got in to the connection and the transducer side was a mess. Sent it in to Raymarine and they repaired/replaced the male connector for very little cost and I was back in business.
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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

The mashed connector and the cable are all in one, they are not separate items (ask me how I know!) I am having to replace my cable and masthead connector as I got water ingress into the deck connector and it caused black wire corrosion on the earth wire.
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Re: Raymarine Top of Mast connector part number

I suffered severe corrosion at the plug- they typically leak !!! New plug and socket $550.00. I by-passed the plug with a solid hard wire connection , then set the mess in epoxy.
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