Aeris A300 XT Computer Console with Compass

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SKU: AERA300XT MFR: 10.6226

About Aeris A300 XT Computer Console with Compass

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The AERIS A300 XT diving computer is a radically unique hybrid dive computer system. The pressure gauge and computer module have more in common than merely sharing space in a rubber boot. When you push a button for backlighting, your pressure gauge illuminates along with your computer. Low air warning trigger the dive computer's audible & flashing LED alarm for increased safety.

Powered by AERIS' Dual Algorithm allowing you to choose the decompression algorithm that best suits your diving needs without compromising safety. Pelagic DSAT Based on DSAT (POWELL / SPENCER) data consisting primarily of No Deco, multilevel, repetitive dives at sea level Pelagic Z+ Based on BUHLMANN ZHL-16C data consisting primarily of repetitive Deco dives at altitude. This dual Algorithm provides the ability to choose a liberal (DSAT) or conservative (Z+) algorithm for repetitive recreational diving It also provides an appropriate algorithm (Z+) for repetitive deep and planned deco diving and provides the ability to adjust to more closely match a buddy's profile.

The Computer is powered by a user replaceable CR2450 Lithium Battery, has a 24 dive on-unit log book, and is water or manually activated. The Computer comes with a comprehensive Owner's Manual Console is equipped with a Pressure Gauge that reads pressure from 0 to 5,000 psi. The pressure gauge has a low air indicator in red at the 500psi level for safety and comes equipped with a 7/16" Hig pressure Hose.

One of the most important skills in diving is navigation and for accurate navigation, you need a compass that is not only accurate but easy to read and use. With the AERIS side reading compass, the diver is able to hold the compass level and still be able to easily read the headings through the cut out window on the side. Quick responding and accurate compass large ratchet bezel, high visibility lubber line, direct and reciprocal index points, luminescent dial for ease of reading in low light or night diving conditions. The Computer, Pressure Gauge and Compass are housed in a durable console boot with an attachment point for a clip or lanyard.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.
(800) 647-0605 Ext# 764

Aeris A300 XT Computer Console with Compass Features

  • Computer:
  • Powered by Dual Algorithm with Deep Stop
  • 3 Operating Modes: Air/Nitrox, Gauge and Free
  • 3 Operating Buttons with Intuitive "Step Back" Interface
  • Switch between up to 2 Nitrox Mixes to 100% O2
  • Altitude Adjustable
  • User Replaceable CR2450 Lithium Battery
  • Single Button Access to "Last Dive" Display
  • Audible Alarm with Flashing LED Light
  • SmartGlo Backlighting
  • 24 Dive On-Unit Log Book
  • Optional PC Interface with OceanLog Download and Settings Upload
  • Firmware Auto-Update
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • 0 to 350 bars Readout
  • Low Air Indicator (Red) 0 to 50 bars
  • Durable Console Boot with Attachment Point
  • 7/16" Threaded HP Hose
  • Compass:
  • Top and Side Reading Compass
  • Proprietary Design Ensures Quick Smooth Movement
  • High Visibility Lubber Line
  • Luminescent Compass Dial
  • Direct and Reciprocal Index Points
  • Large Ratchet Rotating Bezel
  • Liquid Filled

Aeris A300 XT Computer Console with Compass Specifications

Dual: Pelagic Dsat Based On Dsat (Powell / Spencer), Pelagic Z+ Based On Buhlmann Zhl-16C
Altitude Adjustable
Operating Modes
Air, Nitrox
Memory Capacity
12 Dive On-Unit Log Book
Cr2450 Lithium Battery
Air Integrated
Yes, With Analog Pressure Gauge
Pressure Gauge:
0 To 5,000 Psi
Attachment Point
Liquid Filled
Lubber Line
Rotating Bezel
Fluorescent Dial
Mfr #

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Questions about this item:

Anthony G  What are the pros and cons of this triangular console setup, as oppose to the inline setup?
Ben T  some divers find it more ergonomically pleasing
Shopper  What is the expected battery life and how easy is it to change the battery?
MARK M  From a diver-user standpoint, I recommend bringing it to a dive shop for replacements. Only because the battery is within a semi-enclosed and sealed space, and with the seal gone, you have corrosion or damage. Other than that, great unit.
Shopper  Could you tell me if the Compass will come off of this console?
Joe S  It does come apart. The best way is to heat up the boot with hot water to make it more playable. This will make it easier to pop the compass out. Do not try to force it. If you have trouble, take it to a professional for service.
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