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    Is there a way to hook up a computer monitor to a Helix 10 gen3N?
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    No sir ... video out was discontinued many versions ago ...

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    rnvinc, is there away to power that unit up in my home this winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyLoomis View Post
    rnvinc, is there away to power that unit up in my home this winter.
    You'd have to have the power cord for that unit & a 12v power source (jumper battery, regular battery, etc).

    I did it with an extra power cord & jumper battery back when I had my Lowrance Elite 5DSI unit (unit was bought used & came with two power cords in the deal)
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    I bought a power converter off Amazon for around $30.00. It has hookups for a cigarette light plug and also studs to hook wires to. Cheaper and a lot less trouble.
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    You would need a 50" tv, LOL

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    Schumacher PC-6 Power Converter. I got mine at Amazon .com. You will be able to see all you need on that Helix 10 screen.

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    Here is another power supply option ...
    Amazon.com

    And here is the HB power cable ...
    https://humminbird.johnsonoutdoors.c...650.1605315958

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    I used extra power cord and spliced old 12v 3 amp computer cord together. Works fine
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Size:  51.7 KBThanks for the help, thought that would work, prolly would not have tried it without the wise words of you folks.

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