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Old 10-11-2011, 07:55 PM
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Does anyone know if I can connect a Furuno CRT FCV582 fish finder to a Furuno 526T-HDN?

The 526-HDN does not have a connector cable. It is designed to be connected to a unit like the FCV295 where individual wires for high and low frequencies are connected internally.

You guys are going to ask why I want to do this. I'm hurting for cash and might need to sell the FCV295 and want to connect the FCV582 so I still have a lower station fish finder.

Bill

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I don't need to ask why you are doing this..it happens all the time..and a good move to keep you on the water.


You need a diplexer box. ...part number Diplex-MM.

That will allow dual transmission line transducers to be converted for use with single line sounders.

You have a terminal strip inside the box that you connect the transducer wires to.
The output uses a mix and match cable to connect to the sonar.

We have them in stock.

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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
I don't need to ask why you are doing this..it happens all the time..and a good move to keep you on the water.


You need a diplexer box. ...part number Diplex-MM.

That will allow dual transmission line transducers to be converted for use with single line sounders.

You have a terminal strip inside the box that you connect the transducer wires to.
The output uses a mix and match cable to connect to the sonar.

We have them in stock.



You always come through with good information. What is the cost of the diplexer? You can PM if you don't want to post the price.

Thank you,
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Originally Posted by saltwaters View Post
You always come through with good information. What is the cost of the diplexer? You can PM if you don't want to post the price.

Thank you,
The Diplexer cost is....$3,475,976 .

But with the THT discount ....how about $135. You will also need the MM cable. Those run $65.

Very easy to set up.

By the way I see you are from Irvine, Ca. I used to fly out of El Torro in the 60's when I was in the Marines many years ago.
Great fishing back then...we used to get some nice yellowtail, big sea bass and tuna off of San Clemente Island.




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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
The Diplexer cost is....$3,475,976 .

But with the THT discount ....how about $135. You will also need the MM cable. Those run $65.

Very easy to set up.

By the way I see you are from Irvine, Ca. I used to fly out of El Torro in the 60's when I was in the Marines many years ago.
Great fishing back then...we used to get some nice yellowtail, big sea bass and tuna off of San Clemente Island.



Wow. Excellent photos. I live just across the freeway from the old base. I lived in Garden Grove in the 60's but when I moved here in the 80's, the airshow was the most anticipated event every year. We could sit at the pool, drink beer and watch it all. We should have walked down the street so we could see the planes up close but never did.

One of my fondest memories was coming home from work one day and seeing a F117 doing touch and go's. I pulled over and watched him for about 30 minutes. I was amazed at how quiet that plane was and how cool it looked. This was around 93 - 95. A short time after the official announcement I think. (Memory is a little fuzzy about the dates but not the details)

You probably have a lot of good memories of that place. I think they should have left it as it was. I liked having the base and the Marines close by.

I'm still trying to keep the equipment and boat I have. I will buy this unit from you if I need to sell the FCV295.

Thanks again.

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