Questions and Answers for Hollis H-320 Scooter (DPV):
What are the Scooter dimensions? Do you have additional photos available?
Darrick (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
Hello James, if you are looking for tech spec you would need to contact the manufacture at (510) 729-5110.
The H-160 and H-360 have trim weights designed specifically to fit inside the vehicle housing. For best results use only these specially designed weights. Doing so will avoid any possible internal damage that could be caused by shifting weights.
The Hollis vehicle’s variable pitch propeller allows you to choose whether to run the vehicle at a slower speed that will provide a longer running time, or at faster speeds that will shorten the running time. Although the range of the vehicle will remain approximately the same, you may wish to consider other factors, such as air consumption, No-Decompression bottom time, currents; etc. Unless you are really in a hurry with a lot of ground to cover, you may find it more relaxing and less fatiguing to operate the vehicle at a lower pitch setting.
The Hollis Adjustable cruise seat eliminates arm fatigue by automatically positioning the
diver for maximum efficiency, range, and allows for one handed operation.
Technical Specifications Length 28.75 in (73.03 cm) Weight 48 lbs (21.77 kg) Speed approx. 3 mph (4.8 km/h) Max Thrust H-160 60 lbs (27.22 kg); H-320 65lbs (29.48 kg) Approx. Running Time @ 100% power: H-160 1 hr; H-320 2 hr Charging Time approx. 5 hrs Service Interval Visual inspection before every dive; Annual Inspection and Service from a dealer Batteries H-160 uses 250.1201 (16 A/h) NiMh; H-320 uses 250.1202 (32 A/h) LiPo Maximum Operating Depth 656 ft (200 m) Motor Hollis High Torque Brushed Motor Body 6061 T6 Aluminum, hard anodized, with a marine finish Inline Fuses Battery to Motor: 25 Amp ATM (blade type) Battery to Optional 3X3 Light: 3 Amp ATM (bade type)