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Old 28-09-2016, 20:36   #1
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Wind sensor needs identification

Hi all,

Trying to identify the subject in the pictures in an atempt to save it from the skip. Google proved to not be helpful in this instance, hope focused towards the resident wizards of this forum. Thanks in advance!
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Re: Wind sensor needs identification

Perhaps Simrad IS15 Wind Transducer (masthead unit) ?
http://www.dwcsystems.com/SiteAssets...S15%20Wind.pdf
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Re: Wind sensor needs identification

it is an IS series but NMEA 0183 one, the normal IS15/20 is over robolink and only have 4 pins on the connector but only 2 of them used...
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