The Seac Screen is the dive computer that aims to ease the reading of all the dive profile data. The large display shows all the main information in one view, with clearly readable and distinct characters. Contrast and brightness can be adjusted, light mode (automatic or manual), and the backlight time (from 2 sec to 60 sec). The display measures 1.57 x 1.85f (4 x 4.7cm) and is protected by a sturdy rubber housing. Total computer face measures 2.64 x 2.76f (6.7 x 7cm). The computer’s long wrist strap is designed to wear the Seac Screen comfortably, even over a dry suit. The strap length from the buckle to the opposite end is 14.17f (36cm). The two well-defined front buttons let allow the Screen Computer to be managed quickly and easily, even when wearing thick gloves.
The Seac Screen Wrist Dive Computer operates in 3 main modes: Scuba, Gauge, and Free-Dive. In Scuba mode, the dive profile is completely managed according to the B¼hlmann ZHL-16C decompression algorithm. It supports the management of 1 or 2 mixes (air, Nitrox, and other mixes with O2 up to 99%), notifying the user at the most suitable time to change the mix. It has sound alarms and warning lights in case of violation of the decompression stop, excessive ascent speed, and exceeding the maximum depth allowed for all mixes in use. In Gauge mode, the Screen Computer displays depth gauge and stopwatch for fully independent dive management for more experienced divers. In Free-Dive mode, freedivers can view surface intervals and dive times, current depth, and maximum depth reached during the session.
The Seac Screen dive planner allows you to simulate and plan a dive by displaying the No Decompression Limit (NDL) time based on a set depth and other data input (mixture, maximum PpO2, caution level). The Logbook records up to 40 hours of diving in Scuba/Gauge mode or 18 hours in Free-Dive mode. Downloadable data via USB (sold separately). Firmware update and Seac Dive Manager software are available online (free download at Seacsub.com). The Seac Screen is powered by a CR2450 battery and is not rechargeable. The user can replace it, but it is still recommended to contact an authorized Seac center to change the battery and cover O-ring. The computer has a maximum depth limit of 330f (100m), calculation of no-fly and desaturation times, maximum allowed altitude warning, fresh or saltwater selection. Seac Screen is also available in a 2-gauge console version with a pressure gauge (see SKU: SECSDCS). The computer comes with an owner s manual.