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Straight out the back with the flat or dome side facing down, so it can send and receive signals off the bottom. it should also be located about a half to 1 inch above the lowest point of the boat, so you won’t tear it off if you run a ground.
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DETERMINE THE TRANSDUCER MOUNTING ANGLE
The general rule of thumb is to mount the transducer to the starboard side, which is the down stroke of most single outboard boat propellers (right hand lower unit).
The transducer should be mounted nose-up about three degrees in relation to the plane of the hull bottom. Sometimes a transducer mounted parallel with the hull bottom also works fine, but even the slightest nose-down angle can cause turbulence or cavitation that kills performance.
So the short answer is that no, it doesn`t matter which way you face the “front” of your transducer.. the read out is going to look just the same to you. You do, however, want the BOTTOM of your transducer to face as straight down as you can, within reason.
Note: the transducer must be submerged in water for reliable transducer detection. If a transducer is detected, the unit will enter “Start Up” or normal operation unless you choose another option. If you do not press any button before the timer reaches “0”, the normal operation screen is displayed.
Transducers often suffer interference from nearby unshielded electrical cables, which can affect calibration. Electrical components can also succumb to environmental factors, such as moisture penetration of the case.
The transducer must be level with the bottom of the hull to ensure accurate depth readings. You can use the following tips to make sure your boat is level when out of the water.
NOTE: The bolt should be tight enough to hold the transducer in place when the boat moves at high speed, but loose enough to allow the transducer to pivot out of the way if the transducer hits an obstruction.
Because the transducer can only ping in water so you do want it submerged. If it`s too deep sometimes the front face of it will create turbulence and bubbles = bad. Plus it can throw water up over your motor and inside your cowling resulting in saltwater intrusion.
There are several reasons a transducer might lose a depth reading when travelling at high speeds. It could be related to the transducer`s mounting location, device settings, or the vessel could be outrunning the return signal if it is moving too fast.
Explanation: Output of a transducer must be the same under various environmental conditions when same input is applied to it. Explanation: Output of a transducer is usually high so that it can be easily measured and processed. The transducer output is generally higher than the noise.
On outboard or inboard/outboard boats, it is best to locate the transducer at least 15″ to the side of the propeller(s). The best way to locate turbulence-free water is to view the transom while the boat is moving. This method is recommended if maximum high-speed operation is a high priority.
You should wire the positive cable of the current transducer to one of the positive current inputs of the module. The current inputs range from AI8 to AI15. Then, connect the negative cable of your transducer to the COM pin of the NI-9207. Finally, make sure to power the transducer with its own external power supply.
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