We are going to set up a wireless link between two Elite Ti2 devices so that they may connect and share their sonar and waypoints. This will allow the devices to collaborate more effectively. Additionally, they will have the ability to share your charts. This function is one of the significant features that are available on the Elite Ti-2, and we will guide you through the step-by-step process of joining two of these devices wirelessly together in the following paragraphs.
How to Link Lowrance Elite Ti2 Units?
- To get started, you will need to choose pages from the menu on the left and then go to the settings menu from there.
- Then Scroll down till you reach the wireless option, and then under wireless, the very top selections mention that you can connect with another Elite Ti2 device. You can place the product right here, and you have a few different options to choose from. You have no choice but to make this device your base unit; alternatively, if you have already selected a base unit, you must make this device your remote unit.
- For the decisions that you are going to have to make in this particular section, for example, we have already settled on a fundamental unit, and we have chosen that it will be the bow unit. It makes no difference what you choose; you are free to choose anyone you like.
- You will notice that the Wi-Fi module is restarting in accordance with the instructions, and it will show right that you have an Elite Ti2, which is the unit that you have on the bow. You will push on that, and then it will start connecting to it; once it goes to the connection feature, you will be able to wirelessly share the waypoints and sonar function with the other device.
- Once you are connected to everything, you will be able to see the Wi-Fi networks that were related to the Elite Ti2 product. This will be possible once you have established all of your connections. This feature will make it possible for you to go to your screen and set a waypoint button and keep it, after which it will come up on the front screen up there, as well as vice versa.
- You will be able to connect two sonar devices at the same time if you follow the methods that have been outlined above. Make sure that both transducers are tuned to the same frequency; otherwise, they may cause interference once you reach a depth in the water where the two beams may begin to intersect with one another. It is possible for the transducers to work together in shallow water if they are separated by a sufficient distance.
Lowrance’s value-oriented range of devices, which includes HDS Live and even some three or four $5,000 units that do not have this wireless connection, would benefit significantly from finally being able to interconnect Elite Ti2 units which is an excellent feature for Lowrance’s product line.