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bobbaker posted a topic in Gear AnarchyI want to re-use a Tacktick Raymarine Triducer (DST800 t910) with my Nexus NX2 system. Mechanically it is a direct swop for the Garmin Nmea2000 Triducer I have fitted at present. Part Number: 010-11051-00 The tacktick and the nexus paddles have the same Airmar circuit diagram with a hall sensor, a diode, a resistor and a capacitor though the part numbers and values might be different. They both have a 3 wire interface - common, supply, sensor. This is an experiment to see if it fixes problems I am having with the Nexus nRace calc of TWS/TWD; which may be due to the use of boat speed data from the Garmin Nmea2000 Triducer via the GND10 rather than the usual Nexus/Airmar TH52 paddle wheel connected directly to the NX2 server log input. If necessary I can refurbish the old paddle wheel with a repair kit. If this works i will also need to make the sounder work with the NX2 server. I think they are both 200Hz but I dont know the respective drive loads and powers needed? any advice from anyone with experience of something similar welcome.