Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass

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About Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass

Introducing the ATMOS ai, Aeris' new air integrated console. The Atmos ai is a very small, compact console; yet, the information is displayed with large, easy to read digits. It is available with or without a compass; with or without a quick disconnect. Essentially, it is an ATMOS 2 with airtime remaining!

The Air Time Remaining feature calculates current depth, tank pressure, your breathing rate, ascent time, and decompression status to tell you exactly how much time you can remain underwater. The ATMOS ai continually displays Air Time Remaining via a numerical bar graph in addition to cylinder pressure. You may also display Air Time Remaining in oversized digits at any time with the press of a button. Dive Time Remaining, like Air Time Remaining provides a 'real' number in minutes. This calculation combines Air Time Remaining, Nitrogen and Oxygen absorption, displaying whichever allows less time.

Is it a good idea to check your computer before entering the water? You bet Could you forget to activate your computer? Sure,The ATMOS ai features push-button or automatic activation, triggered by water contact. A benefit of push-button activation is easily verifying operation and cylinder pressure, but in case you forget, or simply choose not to activate your computer, it can be as simple as jumping in the water. The ATMOS ai 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.

The ATMOS ai acts simply as an 'Air' computer until you tell it otherwise, whether that is this weekend or 2 years down the road. As your training and experience grow, the ATMOS ai is designed to grow with you, being easily programmed for Nitrox mixtures from 21% to 50%. Decompression theory can be trusted only as far as it has been demonstrated by actual test dive data. In 1987 a unique series of experiments were conducted by Diving Science and Technology (DSAT). Commissioned by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), these Doppler ultrasound monitored human experiments conducted by Dr Michael Powell produced the most comprehensive data set that exists for recreational divers to this day. These data were used to validate the PADI Recreational Dive Planner and are the basis of the algorithm used in all AERIS Dive Computers.

AERIS Dive Computers are designed with color-coded bar graphs; green, yellow and red. These graphs monitor three very important diving parameters; nitrogen accumulation, oxygen loading and your personal ascent rate. Pixels build up in each of these color-coded areas to give you a quick, easy reference of these parameters. Proper monitoring of these graphs allows you to select the personal degree of conservatism you wish to build into each dive, putting you in control of your margin of safety.

These are just some of the functional features of the Aeris ai Computer others are Automatic Safety Stop Prompt, Interactive Menu System, Date and Time Stamp, User Friendly Mode Icons, Graphic User Interface, Automatic Altitude Compensation, Diver-Replaceable Batteries, Battery Hot Swap, 24-Hour Fly Countdown and Calculated De-saturation Time, Variable Ascent Rate Indicator, Depth-Dependent Ascent Rate, Backlighting, 20 Dive On-Unit Log Book, Advanced Dive Planning Simulator, Extended Range Gauge Mode, and Split Set Mode Access.

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, and luminescent dial for ease of reading in low light or night diving conditions. The Computer and compass are both covered by Aeris 24 month limited warranty.
Not available for sale outside of the U.S and Caribbean.

The Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass is commonly used for Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Professional, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Divemaster, Recreational Diver among others. The Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass : Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Lots Of Functions, Reliable.

Warranty Information

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

Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass Features

  • Computer Features:
  • Air Integrated Computer Console
  • Algorithm: Modified Haldanean (DSAT) Rogers/Powell
  • Easy-to-Read Graphics
  • Water & Manual Activation
  • nitrox Compatible
  • PC Downloadable
  • User-Replaceable Batteries
  • Safety Stop Timer
  • Air-Time/No deco-time Remaining
  • Audible & Flashing LED Alarm
  • Automatic Safety Stop Prompt
  • Interactive Menu System
  • Date and Time Stamp
  • User Friendly Mode Icons
  • Graphic User Interface
  • Automatic Altitude Compensation
  • Battery Hot Swap
  • 24-Hour Fly Countdown and Calculated De-Saturation Time
  • Variable Ascent Rate Indicator
  • Depth-Dependent Ascent Rate
  • Backlighting
  • 24 Dive On-Unit Log Book
  • Advanced Dive Planning Simulator
  • Extended Range Gauge Mode
  • Split Set Mode Access
  • Compass Features:
  • Quick Responding and Accurate
  • Large Ratchet Bezel
  • High Visibility Lubber Line
  • Direct and Reciprocal Index Points
  • Luminescent Dial
  • Computer & Compass Covered by 2 Year Limited Warranty

Aeris Atmos AI Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass Specifications

Modified Haldanean (Dsat) Rogers/Powell
Fresh/Salt Water
Salt Water
Audible Alarms
Depth Display
399' (120 Meters)
Altitude Adjustable
Yes, 14,000' (4,267 Meters)
Operating Modes
Back Light
Memory Capacity
24 Dives
Time, Date & Temperature
Imperial/Metric Display
Cr2450 Lithium Battery
Air Integrated
Pressure Display
0 To 5000 Psi (345 Bars)
Liquid Filled
Lubber Line
Rotating Bezel
Fluorescent Dial

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Sergey M  How is it possible to take off the compass out of Atmos Aeris Ai? Could someone tell me a procedure of how to do it?
BENJAMIN A  According to some research I did, it CAN be removed on the detachable unit. you have to email Aeris for the procedure as I could not find it published anywhere, but I know people have had success with removing it. You can also buy the Aeris Atmos AI without the compass, if that is your concern.
Sergey M  G'day, Benjamin! Thanx for your answer! I did some research too and found that it can be unscrewed. So, if I buy this model without compass - is it possible later to add it by myself?
Ryan E  A previous shopper asked if the unit adjusted for salt water and you said "If the Atmos AI senses an altitude greater than 2,000 feet above sea level, it will automatically adjust for fresh water versus salt water. Otherwise, it is calibrated for salt water" I live in Florida and dive salt work often, but I also dive freshwater springs frequently - is there a way to adjust salt or freshwater manually?
CHRIS N  It is calibrated for saltwater, and there is no way to manually change that. However, the difference between saltwater and freshwater is very small, and the saltwater setting is the more conservative one, i.e. it is completely safe to dive in freshwater using the default computer settings.
Matthew B  Is this the v2 model?
Bill P  Yes it is
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