Whats in the box:Computer (mask), Transmitter, PC Interface Cable, Software, Protective Case, MicroNet Towel, Buff Pre-Cleaner, Sea Gold Anti-Fog, Owner's Manual The CompuMask is not just about having a computer in your mask it is about the many practical benefits provided by truly "Hands-Free" diving.
The CompuMask contains a miniature liquid crystal display (LCD) panel, proprietary Digital Optic System, microprocessor, depth transducer, wireless cylinder pressure receiver, diver replaceable battery, and controlling software. The miniature LCD allows you to keep your eyes focused on the dive while presenting critical dive data including: current depth, elapsed dive time, cylinder pressure, and dive time remaining. The Digital Optic System provides a clear, highly magnified image of the LCD, which is viewable regardless of environmental conditions and may be seen clearly by the vast majority of people, regardless of vision.
The CompuMask HUD PDC is a sophisticated Personal Dive Computer featuring AERIS' wireless air integration technology. A transmitter threaded into the first stage high-pressure port continuously sends cylinder pressure data to the mask. Frequencies are individually coded to allow multiple divers to swim side by side without interference with other units. Because the transmitter and display module are independent and separately powered units, the mask may also be easily used as a standalone, non-air integrated dive computer.
The CompuMask HUD provides accurate depth and time with an amazing 1-second sampling rate for subsequent PC download and analysis. Dive Time is displayed in seconds and minutes. Custom audible alarms include Elapsed Dive Time, Countdown Timer and (3) Independent Max Depth Alarms. The CompuMask HUD is the first Free Diving Computer to calculate and track Nitrogen Tissue Loading, allowing you to switch between SCUBA divers and Free Dives on the same dive day.
You're at 80' (24.4 meters) with 1300 psi (90 bars) remaining in your cylinder - how long before you need to begin an ascent to a shallower depth? Aeris patented Air Time Remaining feature calculates your current depth, breathing rate, cylinder pressure, ascent time, and decompression status to tell you exactly how much time you can remain underwater. The CompuMask HUD's primary dive mode always displays approximate Air Time Remaining in 10 minute increments. Dive Time Remaining, like Air Time Remaining provides a 'real' number in minutes, considering Air Time Remaining, Nitrogen and Oxygen absorption, and automatically displays whichever allows less time.
The 'Turn-Around' Pressure Alarm is a unique patent-pending feature that allows you to pre-program an audible reminder when you reach 1000 to 3000 psi in 250 psi increments (69 to 207 bars in 17 bars increments). This helps ensure that you return to your exit point with plenty of air. Take the AERIS challenge: When shopping for a new dive computer, compare the displays. When it comes to viewing critical information, which would you rather see at 100' (30 meters)? The CompuMask HUD features a variety of system and user-customized audible alarms, alerting you to situations that pose a potential danger, or simply serve as a convenient reminder.
Have you ever had difficulty hearing your computer's audible alarm? Perhaps that little beep signifying a potentially dangerous situation was timed perfectly with your exhaust bubbles rushing past your ears. Or maybe it seemed insignificant as that huge manta ray soared overhead. You won't miss the CompuMask HUD's audible alarm. Once triggered, the alarm will sound continuously for 10 seconds. We know what you're thinking. "That's nice, I'll definitely hear the alarm, but isn't that going to annoy me and everyone else in the water?" We thought of that too. The alarm's job is to get your attention so that you look at the computer. Once it does that, simply press the button and it will stop. You're a responsible diver and the CompuMask HUD treats you that way.
The CompuMask HUD acts simply as an 'Air' computer until you tell it otherwise, whether that is this weekend or 2 years down the road. When the Conservative Factor is set to On", the no-decompression limit times are reduced to values equivalent to those that would be available at the next higher 3000' (915 meter) altitude. Our tissue loading bar graphs provide complete control of your margin of safety for each dive. Want to be a bit more cautious? Make it a personal rule to never enter into the caution zone; or stay one or more pixel away. Now you can even program several of our PDCs to do it for you with our patent pending Nitrogen Bar Graph Alarm; set it once and let the CompuMask HUD alert you when your bar graph reaches that level.
An audible and visual alarm reminds you as you approach your programmed no decompression safety stops depth and an automatic timer counts down to zero. As in any other dive mode, you still have access to other pieces of information, and there is no penalty should you choose to disregard the safety stop. Speed through menu items and set modes easily and quickly with AERIS' FastSet Menu and intuitive button operation. The CompuMask HUD features time of day on the surface as well as underwater for quick reference. Time and date stamp also helps you to easily identify specific dives in Log Mode or PC download memory.
These are just some of the functional features of the CompuMask HUD Computer others are Alphanumeric Display, Automatic Altitude Compensation, Diver-Replaceable Batteries, Battery Hot Swap, 24-Hour Fly Countdown and Calculated De-saturation Time, Depth-Dependent Ascent Rate, Adjustable OceanGlo Backlighting, 24 Dive On-Unit Log Book, History Mode, Gauge Mode, and Split Set Mode Access. Computer comes with a Owner's Manual and is covered by Aeris 24 month limited warranty.
Due to MFG restrictions, this can be sold to the USA and Caribbean only.