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Old 20-07-2015, 17:30   #1
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transducer wiring

I bought an old boat (with no navigation electronics) and have spent many an hour searching the interwebs for wiring diagrams for the transducers installed in the boat to connect them to an Actisense DST-2, all to no avail -
so here I am matey's seeking your help.

The Log transducer has this on the cable
02-0699 sen-speed-h 31-277-3-71
and the cable colours are red,blue,black,yellow,green and screen.

The depth transducer has this on the cable
02-0399 sen-depth-h 31-197-1-01
and the cable colours are orange/green, orange/white and screen.

I would dearly like to know the wiring info for these cables. In case you are wondering why I want this info - well I have built a little system that takes the nmea 0183 output of the DST-2 and displays it in a useful format on a tablet over wifi. It seemed like a good idea until I came to connect the transducers.

Many thanks in advance
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Re: transducer wiring

Those will be airmar transducers although they make a lot of variants of basically the same thing for different manufacturers. You can try here:
Airmar FAQ - Common Wiring Diagrams?
..but if you don't find the info you're looking for try dropping airmar a line: they're very helpful as I found out last week when hitting them up for info for a project which sounds a bit similar to what you're doing
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