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Raymarine iTC-5 Instrument Transducer Converter

  • Applications: Raymarine i70, ST70 and ST70+ Instrument Systems
  • Nominal Voltage: 12 Volt DC, Operating Voltage Range: 9 - 16 Volt DC
  • Converts Analog Transducer Signals to Digital SeaTalkng Protocol
  • Item #: 
    259256
    Brand: 
    Raymarine
    Model #: 

    E70010

    Packaged Weight: 
    1.20 Lbs.
    List Price: 
    $274.99
    Our Price:
    $240.99
    259256 Raymarine Raymarine iTC-5 Instrument Transducer Converter E70010

    Raymarine's iTC5 Instrument Transducer Converter is an all-in-one analog to digital converter for depth, speed / temperature, wind, compass and rudder transducers.

    Features:

    • Converts analog transducer signals used in Raymarine i70, ST70+ and ST70 instrument systems to SeaTalk ng protocol
    • Transducers for speed, temperature, depth, wind and rudder anglecan be connected to (1) iTC-5 unit, eliminating the need for multiple ST70 pods
    • Extended SeaTalk ng systems can support multiple iTC-5 units
    • SeaTalk ng connections at base of unit simply connect the iTC-5 unit into the SeaTalk ng backbone*
    • iTC5 unit provides all necessary power and communications connections to transducers

    Specifications:

    • Raymarine Model No. E70010
    • Nominal Voltage: 12 Volt DC
    • Operating Voltage Range: 9 - 16 Volt DC
    • Current: < 150 mA peak operating current
    • Power Consumption: 1.5 Watts
    • Operating Temperature Range: 5 - 131°F
    • Data Connections:
      • SeaTalk ng backbone
      • 1 x SeaTalk ng spur
      • 5 x transducer connections with spade terminals

    *Note: ST40, i40, i50, i60 and ST60+ displays cannot calibrate the iTC-5. Only the i70 has full transducer calibration. The ST70 and ST70+ can calibrate depth, wind and speed / temperature transducers (not rudder or compass). If you do not have an ST70, ST70+ or i70 in your system, then ST40, i40, i50, i60 and ST60+ displays must be interfaced directly to the appropriate analog transducers.

    Raymarine iTC-5 Instrument Transducer Converter
    240.99
    Status:  null In Stock

    Raymarine's iTC5 Instrument Transducer Converter is an all-in-one analog to digital converter for depth, speed / temperature, wind, compass and rudder transducers.

    Features:

    • Converts analog transducer signals used in Raymarine i70, ST70+ and ST70 instrument systems to SeaTalk ng protocol
    • Transducers for speed, temperature, depth, wind and rudder anglecan be connected to (1) iTC-5 unit, eliminating the need for multiple ST70 pods
    • Extended SeaTalk ng systems can support multiple iTC-5 units
    • SeaTalk ng connections at base of unit simply connect the iTC-5 unit into the SeaTalk ng backbone*
    • iTC5 unit provides all necessary power and communications connections to transducers

    Specifications:

    • Raymarine Model No. E70010
    • Nominal Voltage: 12 Volt DC
    • Operating Voltage Range: 9 - 16 Volt DC
    • Current: < 150 mA peak operating current
    • Power Consumption: 1.5 Watts
    • Operating Temperature Range: 5 - 131°F
    • Data Connections:
      • SeaTalk ng backbone
      • 1 x SeaTalk ng spur
      • 5 x transducer connections with spade terminals

    *Note: ST40, i40, i50, i60 and ST60+ displays cannot calibrate the iTC-5. Only the i70 has full transducer calibration. The ST70 and ST70+ can calibrate depth, wind and speed / temperature transducers (not rudder or compass). If you do not have an ST70, ST70+ or i70 in your system, then ST40, i40, i50, i60 and ST60+ displays must be interfaced directly to the appropriate analog transducers.


    Raymarine Blanking Plug
    Item #: 259632
  • Designed for SeaTalk ng Spur Sockets (White)
  • Protects Unused SeaTalk ng Spur Port Connections
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    Our Price: $9.99
    Model #: A06032
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