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Anyone using the Humminbird interlink?

Old 04-22-2008, 08:41 PM
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Default Anyone using the Humminbird interlink?

Was wondering who/if anyone is using the interlink to connect their transom (console mounted) sonar to the bow (or trolling motor) sonar. If so, do you like it? necessary?

Or would it be better off just to run the 2 separate units with interconnection.

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Old 04-24-2008, 11:27 AM
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Default Re: Anyone using the Humminbird interlink?

Ahoy;viperkiler

I don't really understand your question.

I will try to explain the Humminbird "Interlink" operation.The Interlink is a network connection device that allows 2 Humminbird units to share data between them.The shared data can be: gps position,waypoints,routes,track plots,a GPS antenna,a "Weather Sense"unit info,or the "Canon Downrigger Controller".It does not allow chart data to be shared between the units,you have to move the map data card from one to the other unit.

The unit's appeal is: a change on one unit appears automatically on the other unit and is stored on both units. No need to manually enter data from one unit to the other,to keep both up to date with changes made on the other unit.

Does that help,or would you like more info?

Cap't Ron

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