Uemis unveiled a computer so sophisticated that the Swiss company dubbed it a Scuba Diver Assistant. The low-profile unit wraps snuggly around the wrist and features a large scratch-resistant color OLED display with easy-to-read dive data, including the air pressure in your tank as well as your buddy's safety relevant data providing your mate also uses a uemis ZURICH. The wrist unit activates automatically in the water and takes temperature and breathing as well as depth into account as it projects remaining bottom time, time remaining before entering deco, and deco stops and times. Visual color-coded and audible alarms alert users who exceed depth limits, maximum operating depths, deco, ascent rates, dive times and if the remaining gas is inadequate for safe ascents. Decompression data is computed for up to three different mixes using the Uemis ZH-L8+ algorithm and the computer logs the data every five seconds. Stored data can be uploaded and stored on the user's personal log at the Uemis Web site, from which it can be used anywhere in the world. The sealed unit has solar cells that recharge the battery during surface intervals. Divers can customize their computers for personal conservative factors and change the cover or the wrist band to match their dive duds.
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