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Edd P
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HDSI transducer

Post by Edd P » Mon Mar 15, 2010 10:53 am

I recently purchased a798c si combo.After reading about problems with the transducer I called Hbird and upgraded to the HDSI transducer.THe GOOD folks at Hbird made this a free upgrade. I have a couple questions.There's only one choice for SI transducer on the options thats the compact SI ducer. I was wondering if there is an upgrade for the HDSI ducer.My other question is that when the transducer is in the run position in the metal bracket it's a little loose, is this normal.

StrikeBack
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Post by StrikeBack » Mon Mar 15, 2010 6:28 pm

Yes this is totally normal and has been discussed here many time and has been confirmed by Humminbird_Greg.
John

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WZX123

HDSI transducer

Post by WZX123 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 4:47 am

Transducers are devices that possess the ability to alter an energy type to another mode. An example of which are microphones, automobile horns and photoelectric cells. They are also deemed as biological converters especially in treatments involving the rods and cones of the eye and the hair cells of the ear. But in changing and measuring energy for electrical uses, there are three kinds to consider.

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