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Old 04-26-2016, 04:14 PM   #1
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WTB: Apelco 360 Display

Long shot, but I'm looking for a replacement display if anyone has one of these lying around. We can buy a whole new setup, but it sure would be easier to just pop in a new screen.

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Does it have a 7 pin transducer plug?
If so, I rewired my old transducer which is an Airmar 7 Pin.
But rather than cut off the transducer cable. I removed the socket for the plug from the old unit and wired it up to another head unit, an Eagle color display. But see I am an electronics minded guy. That transducer works perfect for depth. Speed it can be adjusted in the software. The temp, I used a variable resistor to modify the ohms.

I have this shared album here.
https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...hsR2I1cng2Tmdn

basically, I just paralleled the corresponding wires, wire for wire. So these Eagle heads have double sets of plugs. I could use either the Apelco transducer, or the Eagle transducer.
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Interesting. Now I'm not a wiring pro, but do I understand correctly that the plug from the Apelco transducer (which I believe is a 7 pin, but it's 2 hours away and I'm not positive) fits the Eagle display and you rewired the display plug receiver to match the transducer plug?
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