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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Quote Originally Posted by maxguru  View Original Post
    If it was integrated into the Petrel controller, it would be even sweeter.

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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Thx. Superseed. I was not about to pay $1500 to be able to see my pressures.

    The manual makes it very clear that transmitter is not 02 cleaned. Which is the main reason I would want it. It also says "compatible 02 clean transmitters are sold by other vendors." I cannot seem to locate a 02 cleaned transmitter. I must not be using the correct key words in my searches.




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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Yeah, it was more or less an added bonus with the purchase of my X-CCR.

    I know Aeris/Oceanic sensors work with the perdix, maybe check to see if they claim o2 clean?

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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

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    Yes. Is that a Petrel DiveCAN? If so, I wasn't aware that they had receivers in them or could display pressure. Do you have details?

    Thanks,

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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Quote Originally Posted by beldridg  View Original Post
    Yes. Is that a Petrel DiveCAN? If so, I wasn't aware that they had receivers in them or could display pressure. Do you have details?

    Thanks,

    - brett
    This is the primary controller for the X-CCR. The pressure sensors are hard wired in the head, no wireless transmitters involved.


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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Quote Originally Posted by kierentec  View Original Post
    This is the primary controller for the X-CCR. The pressure sensors are hard wired in the head, no wireless transmitters involved.


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    Nice! Thanks for the info.

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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

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    What black magic is this?

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    Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

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    Craxy, my prism2 has the exact same DiveCan but does not have that function. Guess there are no pressure settings in the head.


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    Re: Monitoring HP O2 or dill with perdix

    Quote Originally Posted by kwinter  View Original Post
    I would just ask the people considering the upgrade to be aware of how often they actually look at their SPGs during a dive. It might be a neat feature, but I personally think it is overrated in utility. I went to button gauges on all my rebreathers and haven't missed the ability to check tank pressure during a dive.
    Agreed- big, accessible SPG's is an OC hang up (like carrying bailout as stages) Buttons on the 1st stages is sufficient.

    Extra, pointless data on an already crowded screen is potentially more dangerous IMO- why worry about something you cannot control and has very little impact?

    All very clever of course... but yet another sticking plaster IMVHO.

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