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Raymarine ST40 Displays and a new wind transducer

Hello.

I am working on getting our boat systems up and running, and we have a Raymarine ST40 Wind and ST40 Speed displays.

I just bought a new wind transducer to be installed this weekend, the Raymarine Rotavecta, which I know works with the ST40.

In order to get my speed data to my wind data, is this the part that I need? Raymarine ST40 Interconnect Kit: Raymarine ST40 Interconnect Kit

I also found that we have a "Si-Tex Marine Electric Digital Compass Sensor DC-4008" that is not hooked up to anything. Is there something I should hook this up to that will work with our existing equipment?

Eventually, we'd like to be able to push this data over Bluetooth to devices, is there a way to do this without having to buy new sensors and displays?
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