Dive Rite came up with the new improved version of its popular NiTek Duo, with a few additional features. What is unique for this computer is the fact that it can be worn as a part of the console, or on the wrist. It is easy to read, due to its large digits. It has automatic water activation, a very popular feature with the novice divers or novice dive computer users, who often forget to turn their device on.
Nitek Trio allows divers to switch between gas mixes while diving. It calculates decompression stops at up to 90 feet using adapted Buhlmann ZH-L16 algorithm. The selected air mix stays saved in the memory until midnight and it has to be reset for the next dive day later.
• LCD Dot matrix graphic format display shows dive profile
• Diver can leave himself an eight-character message on the computer screen
• Three gas mixes can be programmed for 21 to 99 percent Nitrox
• A deep stop at greater depths is allowed for safety stops
• The computer has three safety levels, adjustable by the diver
• Integrated digital compass
• The computer tracks oxygen exposure with the bar graph
• Visual alarms for extending allowed ascent rate, obligatory decompression stops, state of decompression, exceeding Nitrox limit
• Display for Time, date, and water temperature
• Display of maximum and current depth
• Elapsed dive time and remaining no-decompression time display
• De-saturation display
• Time-to-fly display
• Five seconds Backlit LCD
• 30 hours logbook (or 60 dives)
• In dive mode, maximum depth is 328 feet (100 meters) and in gauge mode it is 656 feet (200 meters).
• Altitude adjustment for up to 19,685 feet (6,000 meters)
• Metric and imperial units
• Lithium CR2032 diver replaceable battery
• The computer is only 2.5-inch in diameter and 1.0-inch high
• It weighs only 4 ounces (115 grams)
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