ScubaPro Aladin Sport Matrix 2-Gauge Console

ScubaPro Aladin Sport Matrix 2-Gauge Console

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Featuring a metallic silver faceplate and easy-to-read display, the Aladin Sport Matrix is perfect for recreational divers who appreciate a dive computer with a variety of modern features that enable them to evolve in their sport, as well as for technical divers looking for multi-gas capability.
The computer screen features an easy-to-read segmented display on the top and middle rows, plus an eye-pleasing matrix display on the bottom row where you'll also find an easy-to-use on-board digital compass. Available as a wrist mount or as a capsule in a two-gauge console.
Dive logs can be stored and analyzed with a PC/Mac via new Bluetooth® wireless technology.

Technical Information
-Predictive Multi-Gas ZHL16 ADT MB algorithm accommodates three gases (21-100% O2).
-PDIS (Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops) calculates an intermediate stop based on N2 loading, current and previous dives and breathing mixes for safer diving.
-Microbubble levels let you adjust the level of conservatism in the algorithm to match your experience level, age and physical conditioning.

-Three Dive modes: Scuba, Freediving and Gauge.
-Maximum operating depth: 394ft/120m.
-Digital compass, displayed on matrix bottom row.
-Active back light.
-Visual and audible alarms.
-Adjustable pp02 from 1.0 and 1.6, and it can be set to Off.
-Bookmark function.
-Lens protection cap.
-CR2450 user-replaceable battery rated for two years/300 dives
-Using the Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth 4.0) feature divers can download their dives to iOS and Android devices that handle the Bluetooth Low Energy technology.
-For PCs and Macs that are not equipped with built-in Bluetooth Low Energy technology, the end user will have to buy a Bluetooth Low Energy USB dongle which is available on the market.
-Uwatec has tested and recommends the use of the following dongle: Bluegiga BLED112.


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