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Standard Horizon Speed & Depth to Raymarine e7d.

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I have a Cal 34 with two gauges for speed and depth. They are circular Standard Horizon units and my understanding is they are from 2006. Just pulled the back off the pod, and the model for the speed/temp unit is SL45 and the Depth is DS45. Today I pick up my e7d package, and while it was suggested I go with an i70, I'd prefer to save the $500 plus transducer ($150) plus the labor to replace the transducer and keep my old gauges.

I'm hoping though that I can get the data from them into my e7d. Is this possible and do I need anything to make it work? If anyone knows I'd sure appreciate the input. Spending an extra $700 to clean up the helm and integrate some stuff is too damn much money!


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Re: Standard Horizon Speed & Depth to Raymarine e7d.

Doubt the round Standard Horizon displays are from 2006. More like 1986. I put in a set of West Marine branded Standard Horizon instruments about 20 years ago and they were the newer square displays. Did use the same transducers as the older rounds displays however.
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I have the E7 too. You can get an airmar triducer (speed depth temp), some nmea connections and connect to the E7. Doubt the SH stuff will work.

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