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ACCESSORIES


Cables Description


Power Cable


Features plug on one end and soldered bare leads on opposite. Length can be


extended with 18awg multi-strand wire. Connect power to a fuse panel, or through inline fuse holder (not included) if hooked directly to the battery.


Series: 1100, 900, 800, 700, 500, 300, Matrix, PiranhaMax


898c SI, 997c SI, 998c SI, 1197c SI


3D Models:


967c 3D, 947c 3D, Matrix 47 3D


Wide One Hundred, 128, 100SX


6 ft: PC-10 6 ft: PC-10 6 ft: PC-10 6 ft: PC-11


Transducer Extension Cable


Add extra length to standard


transducer cable. Available in a variety of lengths, cable plugs into existing transducer and your fishfinder.


10 ft: EC-W-10 30 ft: EC-W-30


10 ft: EC-W-10 30 ft: EC-W-30


10 ft: EC-W-10 30 ft: EC-W-30


10 ft: EC-6 20 ft: EC-6-20


All Ethernet Capable Models ——


Ethernet Cable


Quickly setup an ethernet connection between two Humminbird ethernet


capable units. Available in four lengths.


Transducer Adaptor Cable AD-629


Lets many previously installed transducers work with new Humminbird models, greatly simplifying the upgrade process to a new model.


Transducer Adaptor Cable AD-926


Enables many current transducers to function with older model fishfinders that no longer have replacement transducers available.


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2 ft: AS EC 2E 10 ft: AS EC 10E 20 ft: AS EC 20E 30 ft: AS EC 30E


Adapts transducer model XT-6-20 (NS25, 200DX) to work with PiranhaMAX 15, 20, Fishfinder 565, Matrix 17, 27, 67, 77, 97, 87 for full Dual Beam capabilities.


Adapts transducer model XT-6-DB-74 (Wide 2000, Legend 1000Deep, 2000Deep, 3000Deep) to work with 931cDF and 937cDF for full Dual Beam capabilities.


Older 2 pin


transducer models XT-6-20 and XHS-6-24 can be replaced with new 7 pin XNT-9-20.


Older 2 pin


transducer models XT-6-DB-74 can be replaced with new 7 pin XT-9-DB-74-T.


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Transducer Adaptor Cable AS SI LR Y


Splits Side Imaging source signal into left and right output for two Side Imaging transducers. A second Side Imaging transducer will need to be purchased.


Transducer Adaptor Cable AS SI DB Y


Continuously splits the Side Imaging Signal and the Dual Beam Signal. This allows a


separate Dual Beam transducer to be installed in another location without using a switch.


797c SI, 798c SI, 2


898c SI, 997c SI, and 1197c SI Side Imaging transducers


797c SI , 798c SI, 2


898c SI, 997c SI, and 1197c SI Side Imaging transducers


All 700 Series HD Models: 798ci HD SI Combo,


788ci HD Combo, and 778c HD, 798ci HD DI


All 700 Series HD Models: 798ci HD SI Combo,


788ci HD Combo, and 778c HD, 798ci HD DI


Speed/Temp. Adaptor Cable AS SW Y


Allows Speed Wheel (TS W) use with all 700 HD Series units.


Ethernet


Adaptor Cable AS QDE


Allows ethernet connection to all 700 HD Series units.


Switches & Sensors


Description


Fishfinder Switch


Connect two fishfinders to one transducer. Ideal for directing output from one transducer to a bow station or a second helm.


Transducer Switch


Connect two transducers to one fishfinder. Ideal for switching between the standard transducer and accessory transducer such as WideSide


® .


Speed Sensor


Provides digital readings of speed through water. Activates the triplog feature that shows time, distance and average speed. Readings are from 2 to 70 mph.


20 ft cable and hardware included.


Series: 1100, 900, 800, 700, 500, 300, Matrix, PiranhaMax


3D Models (967c 3D, 947c 3D, Matrix 47 3D)


US2-W — * Not compatible with Wide Optic, Portrait, Panorama, Paramount, 3D Paramount, 300TX and 400TX TS2-W — SW* SW


Speed/Temperature Sensor Combines two of the


most popular accessory inputs into one compact transom mount unit. Monitors temperature from 25˚F to 99˚F and speed from 2 to 70 mph.


20 ft cable and hardware included.


TS-W TS-W


Temperature Sensor


Accurately monitor temperature of water surface or live well.


20 ft cable and hardware included.


TG-W TG-W


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