Guru Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter
|Type||Air Pressure Transmitter|
|Warranty Details||One Year|
SEAC USA Guru Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter
Rechargeable Transmitter exclusively compatible with the SEAC Guru Diving Computer to detect and transfer wirelessly the tank pressure directly to it. Color Code functionality, while diving if the tank pressure is between 250 and 100 bars the green light will be flashing, turning into a yellow flashing light when the pressure is between 100 and 50 bars and finally becoming flashing red when the pressure is between 50 and 1 bar. The light despite being soft can be visible to other divers giving them a quick reading of your air pressure.
The transmitter is equipped with a LI-Ion rechargeable battery, the USB cable provided with the Seac GURU diving computer can be also used to recharge the transmitter. The transmitter has a battery autonomy of about 100 hours while diving and up to 2 years in stand-by mode. A blue light is lit when charging until the charge is complete. Easy to mount on the HP port of the regulator first stage. No further need for Pressure Gauge and its hose. Less obstruction for the diver who can just read the tank pressure by just glancing at his/her wrist. 31 different communication channels, manually resettable, to eliminate interference with other diver and transmitters. Definitively a must have accessory for modern diving.
- Color Code Functionality, LED 3 colors. Green: 200-100 bars, Yellow: 100-50 bars and Red: 50-1 bar
- Li-Ion rechargeable battery with USB cable provided with the Seac Guru computer
- Average charging time is 3-5 hours
- The transmitter has a battery life of about 100 hours while diving and up to 2 years in stand-by mode
- Compatible only with Seac Guru Computers
- Screws easily into the HP port of the regulator first stage; no further need for Pressure Gauge and hose; diver more hydrodynamic
- 31 communication channels to eliminate interference with other divers and transmitters
- Manually resettable
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