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Aeris A300AI - console computer

Bearing in mind that measuring devices such as a depth gauge or computer may not necessarily fit everyone on a wrist joint, we decided to cater for those of our readers who prefer to keep their electronics on a ‘leash’. Just for such divers, there is a new model from Aeris – A300AI. As announced
Published: March 27, 2012 - 11:12
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 06:01
Aeris A300AI – console computer

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Bearing in mind that measuring devices such as a depth gauge or computer may not necessarily fit everyone on a wrist joint, we decided to cater for those of our readers who prefer to keep their electronics on a ‘leash’.

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Just for such divers, there is a new model from Aeris – A300AI. As announced by the manufacturer, the new computer is to be used for air-nitrox diving, is elegant, compact and technologically advanced.

The device itself is small in size. It has 3 buttons, allowing you to navigate through the intuitive menu, which appears on a well thought out and designed display. As Aeris claims, the computer was intended to be one of the easiest to use models available on the market.


A300AI, we can use in modes: Normal (Air/Nitrox) and Gauge. It can be activated by pressing one of the buttons or by immersion in water. The entire unit is powered by a battery, allowing the device to work for 300 hours. After this time, the diver can easily replace the battery with a new one.

The new Aeris allows diving to depths of 100m in Normal mode and 120m in Gauge mode. We can save 24 dives in memory, but don’t worry about that as it comes with a software CD and a USB cable that will allow us to rip the data to our laptop.

This model has Impressive specifications, which are fully available on the manufacturer’s website. Among the more interesting features, it is worth mentioning, for example, the ability to set an alarm for maximum depth, maximum PO2, we are able to pre-program the depth and time of our safety stops, and we can use up to 4 different nitrox mixtures, where for each we set an individual PO2.

Source: diveaeris.com


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