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During the survey of my boat at the time of purchase, when
Olivier tested the anemometer at the top of the mast, it fell on
Seeing the cost of the B&G 213, I preferred to find another
solution, but which will remain compatible with the Hydra unit
because I really like the look of the analog displays :)
I've found an ultrasonic sensor, compatible with the B&G
system. It's the CV3F from LCJ, with B&G Option (named STBG
for SeaTalk + B&G option).
The CV3F with the STBG option output both NMEA signal and the
same B&G 213 analog signal (for the Hydra unit), and
everything works perfectly.
Le 27/04/2022 à 07:40, Mark Erdos a
A few months ago, Loca Lola wrote on here about a B&G
replacement that had no bearings and was 0183 2000 comparable.
IMO - B&G has a long way to go to catch up on this
technology. When I run out of B&G's stupid expensive spare
parts, this or something similar will be my choice.
Sailing Vessel -
Cream Puff - SM2K - #275
cruising - French Polynesia
SM #121 Nausicaä