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Old 19-02-2012, 22:38   #1
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Transducer Compatibility

Hi All,

I am looking to upgrade my old instruments at the moment.

The boat currently has an old Plastimo Digipak Unit for Depth/Speed. While the unit still functions, I am looking at putting in a Raymarine ST60 Wind system, and figure while I am at it, it might make sense to replace the digipak with an ST60 bidata and start to move towards some kind of integrated system.

My first question is, is there any chance the Transducers from the Digipak system will work with Raymarine instruments or am I best to replace the Transducers??

I have had a look at the information I have on the Digipak and can't any info at all on the through-Hull Transducers.
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