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Raymarine C80 to Garmin 7610xsv B60 ducer compatibility

Old 06-20-2017, 10:20 AM
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Default Raymarine C80 to Garmin 7610xsv B60 ducer compatibility

I'm looking into replacing my old Ray C80 classic with a new Garmin 7610xsv. However I just installed a new Airmar B60 raymarine transducer. So does anyone know if there is an adapter to go from the C80 to 7610xsv? Or do I need a new ducer?
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Hello
Did you successfully connect your Garmin to the B60? I also would like to use my existing B60 raymarine transducer (C80 display) and connect it to my 1242xsv.
Please share your experience...
Thanks,
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Garmin makes an adapter box called the GSD 24. Using the referenced drawing from Airmar the correct splices can be made in the GSD 24. I used the GSD 24 to connect a Raymarine (Airmar) B260 to a new Garmin 7612xsv, so I didn't have to buy a new $1500 ducer and excavate it from my hull. Its not CHIRP but works great.
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Use the Garmin 8 pin adapter box.
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Use the Garmin 8 pin adapter box.
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Originally Posted by Auburn1 View Post
Garmin makes an adapter box called the GSD 24. Using the referenced drawing from Airmar the correct splices can be made in the GSD 24. I used the GSD 24 to connect a Raymarine (Airmar) B260 to a new Garmin 7612xsv, so I didn't have to buy a new $1500 ducer and excavate it from my hull. Its not CHIRP but works great.

The GSD 24 is not an adapter but a sonar module.
And....You did not need the GSD 24 as the 7612xsv has the 50/200 kHz 1 kw already built in..you just use the 8 pin wire block adapter.

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