Poseidon M28 revealed at DEMA

Feature-rich computer for tech and CCR divers

Author: Pat
6th November 2015
 

Poseidon has announced the M28 dive computer at the 2015 DEMA Show this week.

Billed as ‘the world’s most powerful dive computer’, the M28 has a colour screen boasting a plethora of different read-outs.

Dive-By-Wire – like an aircraft’s artificial horizon

These include maps, GPS position (on the surface), profiles and much more, all managed by the two-button controls.

Those clever Swedes have even introduced a new aircraft inspired system they’re calling Dive-By-Wire, which looks suitably enough like a plane cockpit’s artificial horizon. This can be integrated with the head-up-display (HUD, Poseidon wireless Pod and high pressure sensors.

All system info is shown on the 2.8-inch TFT display.

Divers of Poseidon’s VI and SE7EN rebreathers are well catered for, with full integration between the two. The M28 is sturdily built for exploration diving, and depth-rated to 200 metres.

 
 
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