RESOURCE PRO MODULE ONLY
And the reviews are in:
"I loved this computer. It was very simple to use and I loved the diagram for max depth. It easily
gave me the info that was most important through the entire dive." -Scuba Lab
1) The Genesis website describes this computer as capable of air or notrox diving. Your description states "air". Which is accurate? 2) Will this fit an Oceanic hose mount boot from an older Data Plus Nitrox? Thanx
Im sorry, but the meat of my second question keeps getting skirted... the hosemount boot I am using is for an OLDER OCEANIC DATA PLUS MODULE, not a current oceanic. Is the Genesis the same size?
It is close to the same size in diameter however the newer Oceanic, Sherwood and Genesis computers are slimmer (not as deep) and a hair not as wide. Overall it will be a sloppy fit. We would recommend upgrading your boot to accommodate the newer style computer.
COMPUTERS: Resource Pro Computer Module
ReSource Pro dive computer
• Air/Nitrox or Gauge operating mode.
• Deep stop reminder – conforms to latest theories recommending deep stops for dives that exceed 80 feet.
• Digital and bar graph indicators for nitrogen, oxygen limits and ascent rate.
• Log book data: up to 50 dives.
• Consumer replaceable battery.
• Easy console upgrade.
• Excellent entry level computer.
• Exceptionally intuitive display.
• Maximum depth - 250 ft.
• Deco stops to 40 ft.
• Alarms - visual.
• Automatic altitude adjustment - to 14,000 ft.
• Safety stop countdown timer.
• Water or manual activation.
• Consumer replaceable batteries.
• Imperial or metric user selected.
• Replaceable lens protector.
• HydroGlow illumination.
• Dive time remaining (NDL).
• Current depth.
• Bar graph indicating nitrogen load.
• Bar graph indicating current ascent rate.
• Log mode indicator.
• Maximum depth.
• Elapsed dive time.
• Bar graph indicating Nitrogen load at end of dive.
• Bar graph indicating maximum ascent rate - last dive.
• Bar graph indicating deepest stop
• Total ascent time indicated above
• Stop time and depth of stop.
• Current depth indicated.
• Up arrow indicating need to ascend to stop depth.