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Seemann Sub launch Hoseless Air Integrated dive computer

Seemann Sub took the opportunity of BOOT 2010 to launch their new hoseless air integrated dive computer at a price not previously possible.

The data transfer is through a radio transmitter attached to the high-pressure outlet of the first stage. Synchronization only needs to be carried out once.
The computer is compatible with Nitrox (21% to 100%) which can be set in 1% increments and includes the following features:

Backlight
Program for the reduction of microbubbles
Realtime dive calculations including remaining bottom time
Operates to a maximum depth of 120m
Clock and alarm with 12 and 24-hour modes
Timer for the Safety Stop
Visual and audible alarms
Dive log storing profiles for 100 hours in 4-second intervals.
Dive planning mode.
32-bit chip for speedy processing.

The inbuilt infrared port means there is no need for an expensive downloader or additional software. The computer has a long-life battery (5-7 years). The battery can be quickly changed at an affordable price.

On sale from March 2010.

 

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