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Ultrex heading sensor #12421557
09/10/17 11:45 PM
09/10/17 11:45 PM
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Does the Ultrex come with a heading sensor or is it optional? I already have a Lowrance GPS Point 1 so would I need it or would I have to take my heading sensor off and put the Minn Kota heading sensor on? Thanks for any help.


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Re: Ultrex heading sensor [Re: Sandblaster] #12421711
09/11/17 12:54 AM
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You will need both because they are two different components. The Point 1 is utilized for your Lowrance graph and the heading sensor for the Ultrex is utilized for its "jog" feature. The point 1 wont work on an ultrex and the minn kota heading sensor wont work with the Lowrance. Two different technologies. Point 1 runs on a nmea system and the minn kota heading sensor runs through bluetooth. Hope that all makes sense. The ultrex will come with a heading sensor.

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