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Lowrance Upgrade Question #13636384 07/19/20 10:13 PM
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I recently purchased a boat with a Lowrance Elite TI-7 at the console and one at the bow. It has a transom mounted total scan transducer. I familiar with the Humminbird Helix 10 which is on my father's boat who I fish with often. The question is which units are compatible with the totalscan transducer? Can simply change out the unit and to get a bigger screen? I found a sheet that says it's compatible with the HDS head units. Could I simply change out the TI-7 unit with a larger HDS and plug in the transducer? Not sure if the totalscan transducer has different generations, compatibilities etc. Not sure why this information is so difficult to find. I am relatively tech savvy. Thanks in advance!

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Re: Lowrance Upgrade Question [Re: falcotex] #13636545 07/20/20 01:05 AM
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Totalscan will work on Carbons. Mine came with them. That said, the totalscan isn’t that great. I would upgrade to the Active Imaging 3in1. Much better images.

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I’m not positive that totalscan will work with HDS Lives though. Sorry. I only know for sure that the Carbons came with them.

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