Another interesting novelty for dive scooter users has appeared on the market – the Suex Seika underwater navigation.
According to the manufacturer, the Suex Seika navigation device is designed to significantly improve orientation underwater. The device uses a built-in GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System|) receiver located inside the SMB (Surface Marker Buoy). All to capture the diver’s precise position and transmit it to the SUEX ERON D-1.
The GNSS receiver accepts valid satellite positioning signals from global, commercial networks, including GPS, GLONASS and GALILEO. All the diver has to do is release the GNSS-SMB receiver from depth, and the satellite position will be captured on the surface. It will then go to the diver’s ERON D-1. The position is updated and the diver can continue moving to the next point on the updated route.
Suex Seika underwater navigation can be used repeatedly during a dive, while also acting as an SMB with a maximum cable length of 12m.
The manufacturer announced that with Suex Seika, using dive scooters will be an even more enjoyable experience. Suex engineers designed the underwater navigation device as a perfect complement to their existing offerings. Now diving with a DPV sco oter can be even more enjoyable, safer and more efficient.
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