SEAC introduces its new console and wrist mount computer – the SEAC Screen
The new season for SEAC starts with the launch of a new advanced category dive computer that satisfies both the most experienced divers with specific technical needs as well as novices looking for a comprehensive, user-friendly device: the SEAC Screen.
Its name focuses the attention to the large dot matrix display that allows you to view all the data of the dive profile in a single screen, with clear and distinct characters. The user can adjust the contrast and brightness, as well as the time and mode – automatic or manual – of the backlight.
Here are the three main functions of the SEAC Screen: Scuba, Gauge and Freedive. In Scuba mode, the dive profile is expertly managed by the Bühlmann ZHL-16C decompression algorithm. The computer supports 1 or 2 mixes with O2 up to 99%, advising the user the most suitable time to change the mix, while diving. In Gauge mode, the SEAC Screen computer displays depth and stopwatch data; a fully independent dive management system for more experienced divers. In Freedive mode, breath-hold divers can view surface intervals and dive times as well as current and maximum depths reached during the session.
In terms of safety, the SEAC Screen is your trusted dive companion in and out of the water.
Depending on the diver’s preference, it can be set to perform more conservative calculations. Sound alarms and warning lights alert the user in case of violation of decompression stops, excessive ascent rates and exceeding the maximum depth allowed (MOD) for all gas mixes being used. The device also calculates the NoFly times, desaturation times and the maximum altitude allowable for repetitive diving.
SEAC Screen’s firmware update and logbook software for PC/Mac are available at no charge at www.seacsub.com To download data, just connect the SEAC Screen with its appropriate USB cable (optional).