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Old 09-10-2014, 08:00 AM
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Raymarine CP100 and CP200 Transducer Install

I'm getting ready to install my CP100 and CP200
as you can see by the below photo I only have a 11 inches space to place them...

Further to the left is a water intake and hull chine

Going to place some starboard then the transducers
About time I screw them on the spacing should be almost side by side.

What is the least amount of space between transducers that are allowed?

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The CP100 and CP200 are both sounder modules. Why two? Do you mean CP100 sounder with a CPT100 transducer? I don't recall the CP200 sounder having a transom mount transducer.
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Originally Posted by CobiaOwner View Post
The CP100 and CP200 are both sounder modules. Why two? Do you mean CP100 sounder with a CPT100 transducer? I don't recall the CP200 sounder having a transom mount transducer.
Yes the Transducers...

the CP100 AND CP200 both come with Transom Mounts...

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Originally Posted by CobiaOwner View Post
The CP100 and CP200 are both sounder modules. Why two? Do you mean CP100 sounder with a CPT100 transducer? I don't recall the CP200 sounder having a transom mount transducer.
CPT100 is the down imaging, and CPT200 is the side imaging transducer. Need them both to get down and side imaging. I would put the CPT200 lower than the CPT100 so you have an unobstructed side view. and if the water flow is good across all 11", then I would probably space them out to the sides.
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Hrm, I see the trim tab there, I would probably put one on the left, and the other halfway between it and the tab.
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Originally Posted by stiletto View Post
CPT100 is the down imaging, and CPT200 is the side imaging transducer. Need them both to get down and side imaging. I would put the CPT200 lower than the CPT100 so you have an unobstructed side view. and if the water flow is good across all 11", then I would probably space them out to the sides.
Yes thats my plan, just wondering how close to each-other they can be?
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Originally Posted by stiletto View Post
Hrm, I see the trim tab there, I would probably put one on the left, and the other halfway between it and the tab.
Yes that is a Trim Tab to the right...

I was going to put the CP200 all the way to the left... and space out the CP100 between the CP200 and the Tab...

Just wondering what the minimum distance would be between both transducers?
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Yes that is a Trim Tab to the right...

I was going to put the CP200 all the way to the left... and space out the CP100 between the CP200 and the Tab...

Just wondering what the minimum distance would be between both transducers?
Hard to say, it's all based on water flow around your transducers. At iCast they were talking about potentially having a unified mount for the CPT100 and CPT200, so I don't think there are any other issues. Not sure why they don't have a unified mount, seems like it would be real useful right about now, huh?
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Originally Posted by stiletto View Post
Hard to say, it's all based on water flow around your transducers. At iCast they were talking about potentially having a unified mount for the CPT100 and CPT200, so I don't think there are any other issues. Not sure why they don't have a unified mount, seems like it would be real useful right about now, huh?
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Water flow is good there, to the left there is a water intake and hull chine... The Chine starts/ends at my left mark...

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They moved the ship date out to late Sept.. More like early Oct.I have had ours ordered since the release date in July.They said early Aug..then late Aug.Now early Oct.I guess they want to double triple check to make sure it's right.Capt.Mike
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On the CP 200.Capt. Mike
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Originally Posted by worldcat 2000 View Post
They moved the ship date out to late Sept.. More like early Oct.I have had ours ordered since the release date in July.They said early Aug..then late Aug.Now early Oct.I guess they want to double triple check to make sure it's right.Capt.Mike
Yeah I hear that... I Have my CP200 on back order,
The only reason I upgraded to the e125 was to get the new DownVision and SideVision... on my offshore,,,

So i made the install of the e125, now the CP100, but will make my mount space in anticipation of its arrival...

I also have the Lowrance HDS-7 Gen2 Touchscreen on my inshore...
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They are not back ordered.There not released yet.They are not shipping.Capt.Mike
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They are not back ordered.There not released yet.They are not shipping.Capt.Mike
I agree they have not...
my Supplier (Anchor Express) has my order on back order...
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Do,you happen to have a photo of your install? About to add to same to Sea Hunt. How close horizontal are they to each other? Any other issues I should be concerned about? Thanks
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Do,you happen to have a photo of your install? About to add to same to Sea Hunt. How close horizontal are they to each other? Any other issues I should be concerned about? Thanks
Hi here is my install

http://www.thehulltruth.com/marine-e...n-sonar-2.html
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