Transducers for Marine Instruments
Here you will find transducers and spares for speed and depth instruments
Transducer ID Labels
Every Airmar transducer has a label
attached to its cable, located near the top of the transducer or where
the cable plugs into the back of the instrument or display.
This label contains information that
is helpful in identifying the transducer and locating the correct
service parts for it.
For most Airmar products this label
- the model name
- the manufacturing date
- certain performance characteristics (i.e. the transducer's frequency)
- the Airmar part number (PN)
- a Customer Part #
The back of the tag will typically show the product's unique serial number along with a bar code. This serial number can be useful for determining detailed information that is not present in the part number, such as exact date of manufacturer and the original purchaser of the transducer. There have been multiple label formats used through the years but all of these formats have contained the Airmar Manufacturing part number that uniquely identifies the exact configuration of the specific transducer in your possession.
In all cases it is the Airmar Part Number (PN) that is the most important number to have available when ordering parts or contacting us about the transducer.
It is also helpful to have the serial number available when contacting tech support. Do not remove the label from your transducer cable as this can affect warranty eligibility. The owners guide provides space for you to record the information on the label for future reference.
Example of manufacturers label below: