Poseidon M28 revealed at DEMA
Feature-rich computer for tech and CCR divers
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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