No, for a number of reasons. Most fishfinders use multiple frequencies and the depth gauge is only compatible with 200Khz. Also, the gauge is sending a signal to trigger the transducer and listen for a response. If the fishfinder is connected and running It will also be sending signals to the transducer confusing both devices.
Articles in this section
- 4 Key Steps to Successfully Transom Mounting a Fish Finder or Depth Sounder Transducer
- Connecting a HawkEye Boat Mount Depth Finder to Another Manufacturer's Transducer
- Transom Mount Transducer
- Glue In Transducer Video
- HawkEye® D10D - D10DX Product Orientation Video
- Mounting a depth finder on sailboats
- How do I transom mount a transducer?
- Glue-In Transducer Instructions with Illustrations
- Where do I put the temperature sensor on my DT1BX or DT2BX
- What epoxy is recommended for the glue in transducer?