The H³ is the first watch size dive computer with a color OLED

The H³ is the first watch size dive computer with a color OLED
H³
The H³ is the first watch size dive computer with a color OLED screen. It is manufactured from the toughest materials - 316L
stainless steel and a scratch resistant sapphire window.
The H³ is not only a sophisticate dive computer. The precise compass and the altimeter are ideal for outdoor activities. Last but
not least, its stylish design makes it the ideal companion for daily life. Core component of the H³ is a ultra low power 32-bit
microcontroller. A precise 24-bit ambient pressure sensor is used to measure depth and altitude. Data are store on a 32-MBit
Flash Memory.
ZH-L16 Algorithm
The H³ uses the Buehlmann ZH-L16 algorithm together with Gradient Factors. The
algorithm is based on 16 compartments for Nitrogen and 16 compartments for
Helium. With up to 8 pre-programmable gases it is possible to use the H³ for the
most sophisticated technical dives. A 16 compartment bar graph visualizes inert
gas loadings during the dive. The H³ comes as Nitrox dive computer and can be
upgraded for multigas, trimix and CCR diving.
Color OLED screen
The crisp 1.7” color OLED screen is easily readable under all conditions. Especially
in deep, night and cave diving the bright and high contrast screen is much easier
to read than conventional LCD screens.
Multi-screen display
Select which data to display: You can switch the H³ between several screens.
Compass
A 3-axis tilt compensated digital compass will facilitate navigation – in diving as
well as during other outdoor activities.
Altimeter
The integrated pressure sensor allows using the H³ as altimeter from 0-10000m
altitude.
USB Port
Connect the H³ to a USB port to charge the inbuilt Li-Ion battery and to download
dive data from the 32-MBit Flash Memory or to update the Firmware. Firmware
updates can be downloaded from the SEABEAR website free of charge.
Smart Watch
The SEABEAR H³ is the first dive computer equipped with a Near Field
Communication Interface (NFC) for seamless integration into mobile environments.
Dive data can easily be downloaded to NFC enabld smart phones without the need
for pairing the devices.
Social Networks Ready
An app is available for Android phones to download and visualize dives. Share your
dive profiles and data with a single touch on social networks like Facebook or
Twitter.
T1
The T1 the first dive computer which is not operated with buttons but with a wheel. Operation was never so intuitive and fast
before. Other outstanding features are the crisp OLED display and various wired and wireless interfaces. The housing is
fabricated from Delrin. The sapphire window is ultra scratch resistant. Core component of the T 1 is a ultra low power 32-bit
microcontroller. A precise 24-bit ambient pressure sensor is used to measure depth and altitude. Data are store on 2Gb internal
memory.
ZH-L16 Algorithm
The T1 uses the Buehlmann ZH-L16 algorithm together with Gradient Factors. The
algorithm is based on 16 compartments for Nitrogen and 16 compartments for
Helium. With up to 8 pre-programmable gases it is possible to use the T1 for the
most sophisticated technical dives. A 16 compartment bar graph visualizes inert
gas loadings during the dive.
Color OLED screen
The crisp 1.7” color OLED screen is easily readable under all conditions. Especially
in deep, night and cave diving the bright and high contrast screen is much easier
to read than conventional LCD screens.
Multi-screen display
Select which data to display: You can switch the T1 between several screens.
Compass
A 3-axis tilt compensated digital compass for precise navigation. Up to 3 headings
can be stored.
Wheel
Rotate the wheel to change settings, navigate in the menu and switch between
screens. Operation of a dive computer was never so easy and intuitive before.
Digital Interface
Use the T1 to read out pO2 sensors in a closed circuit rebreather.
USB Port
Connect the T1 to a USB port to charge the inbuilt Li-Ion battery and to download
dive data from the 2GB internal memory or to update the Firmware. Firmware
updates can be downloaded from the SEABEAR website free of charge.
Smart Watch
The SEABEAR T1 is like the H³ the first dive computer equipped with a Near Field
Communication Interface (NFC) for seamless integration into mobile environments.
Dive data can easily be downloaded to NFC enabld smart phones without the need
for pairing the devices.
Social Networks Ready
An app is available for Android phones to download and visualize dives. Share your
dive profiles and data with a single touch on social networks like Facebook or
Twitter.
T1 Tactical
Governmental organizations only!
The Tactical T1 is based on the T1 but offers additional features and greater connectivity.
Wireless Interface
An infrared wireless interface allows read out of SUEX diver propulsion vehicles (patent
pending). The display shows remaining runtime, battery capacity and range as well as
distance and speed.
Navigation Tablet
The T1 can be purchased together with a navigation tablet. The High Density Polyethylene
tablet withstands harshest conditions and is in salt water neutrally buoyant.
GPS
A high sensitivity GPS receiver is housed in a small floating buoy. The buoy can be stored
either under the navigation tabled or on a support on a diver propulsion vehicle. A thin
Kevlar reinforced cable connects the buoy and the dive computer.
Waypoint files
Download *.gpx files from FUGAWI or other mission planning software to your T 1. Select a
waypoint in the navigation menu. The T1 will display heading and remaining distance.
Altimeter
The T1 Tactical features a precise altimeter that works up to 8000m altitude. A special dive
mode in combination with the altimeter also enables high altitude diving with correct depth
readings without the need of zeroing the depth gauge prior to the immersion.
T1 Navigation Tablet
Governmental organizations only!
The SEABEAR navigation solution combines the T1 Tactical with a compact GPS buoy. Both components are mounted on a
robust board with 2 ergonomic handles. The board is fabricated from HD Polyethylene and is neutrally buoyant in salt water.
The T1 Tactical is a complete dive computer with a precise tilt compensated compass.
During the dive, headings or GPS waypoints can be selected. When the buoy is launched, heading and remaining distance to
target are displayed on the color OLED screen.
Mission planning is preferable done with specialized software like FUGAWI, where waypoint files can be generated easily.
However, it is also possible to use waypoint files prepared with Google Earth.
Waypoints can be imported from *.gpx files or can be added manually. The intuitive wheel of the T 1 enables efficient editing of
coordinates and waypoint names. Waypoints manually edited can be exported to *.gpx files.
The buoy is clipped into a support located below the T1 Navigation Tablet. A thin and ultra flexible 9m long Kevlar reinforced
cable connects the buoy with the T1 Tactical.
HUDC - Head Up Dive Computer
The Head Up Dive Computer (HUDC) is a near-eye true hands-free dive computer. Due to the close vicinity of the HUDC to the
visor, the HUDC can still be read in very low visibility conditions (e.g. silt out), where reading of a normal wrist worn dive computer
is often impossible.
The HUDC can be mounted on full face masks or on any second stage regulator. With the adjustable mounting device you are
able to bring the HUDC in an optimal position in front of your eyes. The full color display shows all dive-relevant information,
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Depth
Divetime
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Remaining no decompression time
Ceiling
Time To Surface
Heading (tilt compensated)
Ascent/Descent Speed
Tank Pressure
The dive data are stored in the internal flash memory and can be read out via USB port, which is also used to charge the inbuilt
battery.
Display during a dive in the Mediterranian sea, max. depth 25.3m, current depth 15.3m, divetime 7min, no decompression time
72min, water temperature 22°C, tank pressure 175bar, heading 162° South-East.
SENSATION - Closed Circuit Rebreather ***
coming soon ***
The SENSATION is the most compact and lightest electronic closed circuit rebreather on the market and is especially developed
for recreational diving. The patent pending loop design consists of an innovative counterlung, in which the scrubber is inser ted.
The mouthpiece can be easily switched between open and closed circuit mode. The core component of the rebreather is a novel
sensor system consisting of conventional galvanic sensor technology in combination with a redundant solid state O2 sensor, a
CO2 sensor and electronic sensor signal validation.
The features of the SENSATION include:
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Electronic closed circuit rebreather
Designed for recreational diving
PADI Type R compliant
Backmounted counterlungs
Innovative loop design for low work of breathing <1.5 J/L @40m RMV 70L/min
Max divetime: 2.5h
Scrubber: 2kg
Bail out valve with integrated automatic diluent and overpressure valve
SEABEAR solid state O2 sensor technology
Electronic O2 sensor validation
Integrated CO2 sensor
Rechargeable battery
The SENSATION also features an integrated dive computer. The specifications include:
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Full Color OLED Display
Buehlmann ZH-L16 decompression algorithm
Gradient Factor extension
Tilt compensated compass
USB Pen Drive mode
HUDC S1 - coming soon
The HUDC S1 is a near eye head up dive computer designed for monitoring of the pO2 in a closed circuit rebreather. The inbuilt
TRIMIX decompression algorithm also gives basic decompression data, remaining no decompression time, ceiling and estimated
time to surface. One galvanic pO2 sensor can be connected. Calibration is either done with air or with Oxygen.
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