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mast transducer for ST40 wind

Anyone have info on what transducer and/or mounting bracket I could use for a Raymarine ST40 wind instrument? Also any info on how well this would work with my Raymarine ST4002 tiller autopilot course computer would be appreciated.
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Call up raymarine and ask them if they have a wind transducer for it, if you don't have one. If you can get it hooked up to the autopilot via SeaTalk, you should be able to have the autopilot steer by apparent wind angle.

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Part # for ST40 Tx

According to RM the part number is;

Z195 - Rotavecta Transducer . Retail $ +/- 200.

Not sure what bracket are you thinking about.



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