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Old 10 July 2011, 17:27   #1
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Garmin FF250C transducer wiring info needed

We previously had to replace the connectors that link our FF250C transducer cable to the power/data cable as the factory-fitted connectors had become corroded. We now need to replace the connectors again but cannot find the information on how to match the wires within the two cables - and as the wires had totally corroded off their pins inside the connector we can't just look at the current arrangement to find out [We're aware that cutting the cables is not recommended but as the original connectors had failed we had no choice - and we've had a couple of years trouble-free use since doing so].

Has anyone got information on what the wires in each of the cables are for so we can match them up? The wires concerned are:

Transducer cable [] (plastic transom-mount, depth & temperature, part number 010-10272-00) - 5 wires:


Power/data cable [] (18-pin, part number 010-10145-00) transducer lead - 6 wires:


I'm guessing it's a long shot but if we can't get this info we need to replace both bits with new! Thanks.

Karl (University of Sussex Sub-Aqua Club)
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