Everything worked out and now I have an in-hull transducer in my sailboat. I would seriously suggest that, unlike me, you test the site returns with an active head unit before you mix the slow-cure epoxy and install. Use something easy like a water-filled, leak-proof baggie to lay the puck on and check for depth returns. Find the perfect place and then use the slow-cure. Remember, the epoxy will be heck to remove once dried; you'd have to use a heat gun and scraper and maybe destroy the puck in the attempt. Some folks use other mediums like silicone or grease or anything that doesn't have air in it to attenuate the signal rather than epoxy the puck down. I used the epoxy that came with it and it works fine. Wish the water temp probe conductor length was longer but it works good too.
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