Airmar CHIRP transducers are made with cables ending in a bare wire connection. Some sounders have internal terminal blocks to which these bare wires can be connected, but many CHIRP fishfinders and sounders use brand-specific connectors.
Gemeco has introduced a new line of in-line splices that can be used to connect CHIRP transducers to the correct connector for a given application. These splices are available in two models, one for wires with up to 6 conductors and one for wires with up to 10 conductors. Both models have waterproof gland fittings rated to IP67. A 1.3mm hex-head wrench is included.
A single-handed wrench that holds the main thru-hull housing via the 'wrench flats' on the side of the housing to facilitate tightening of the hull nut. For 2" bronze and stainless steel housings (P617V, B617V, SS617V).
Use wrench 117WR-2 or 117WR-3 for the hull nut.
*Note that this wrench will not fit on the CA500 camera housing.
A single-handed wrench that holds the main thru-hull housing via the 'wrench flats' on the top of the housing to facilitate tightening of the hull nut. Use wrench 164WR-2 or 164WR-3 for the hull nut.
For use with:
IMPORTANT: the design of the housing for these transducers changed slightly in June 2012. This wrench is for the newer design and has an internal width of 2-3/4". If you need a wrench for the older designs then use the 164WR-4 instead, with an internal width of 2-7/16".