You love diving your SE7EN because you love how marine life doesn't scurry away from you as your inch up to it. ¬†The fish are more curious than fearful of you, and this allows you to take amazing underwater photos. ¬†Unfortunately, you are so busy trying to get the perfect shot that you have neglected the PPO2 levels on your M28. ¬†Luckily, you see flashing lights and feel a vibrating in your mouth that even the most focused photographer couldn't ignore and are not too late to check your computer and bail out to open circuit.
The SE7EN has a myriad of features to keep you safe. ¬†It's head up display (HUD) is one of the most prominent ones. ¬†This clicks into place on the top of your mouthpiece and informs you of your PPO2 levels both physically (by vibrating) and visually (by flashing LED lights). ¬†This way, no matter what you are up to, your SE7EN will be able to communicate if there is a problem.
- Snaps into place on mouthpiece
- Contains computer processor that communicates with rest of SE7EN
- Red LED indicates a problem, green indicates CC mode and normal PPO2 levels
- Built in¬†patented Juergensen Marine vibration system provides a tactile alarm system to advise the diver to switch from closed-circuit to open-circuit mode, or vice versa
- Sophisticated sensor to detect which position the mouthpiece is in (open circuit or closed circuit).