This is a brand new DiveObserver 2 that’s somewhat different from its predecessors. The idea behind its development was that the underwater vehicle ought to be reliable and easy to use.
On a yearly basis, there are hundreds of thousands of people visiting the seaside areas, and only a handful of them—18%—are able to learn how to dive. A big chunk of these visitors head back home without having been mesmerized by the underwater world. That is why DiveObserver 2 is here to get rid of the barrier.
Courtesy of this machine, 90% of these visitors can now freely dive underwater up to 12 meters below. With the aid of skilled flight instructors, users can now walk into the fascinating silent waters underneath the surface.
Learning how to manage the underwater scooter is not a big deal. The instructor clearly provides lessons to the student in theory format and then goes ahead to offer an opportunity for them to learn practically. That happens for the single model. In the case of a double model, the instructor simply sits at the back and directly supervises the novice as they drive the machine.
Communication in the DiveObserver 2 is efficient, a feature that’s helpful for both education and security purposes. For instance, a driver directing the scooter to the water’s depth can adjust the speed as requested by the passenger via the available communication channels. You have sufficient time to adjust as necessary, including setting the photo equipment, preparing for video recording, and purging your ears.
Different weights can be accommodated by both the front and rear of the double car. Even “thick and thin” weights don’t cause an imbalance. DiveObserver 2’s upper field is broad enough to offer ample float stability. This is one of the most significant features of the vehicle.
Emergency incidences are well taken care of by the two larger backup respiratory systems. Optimal visibility is achieved via DiveObserver 2’s large side windows. As opposed to the other models, which have spherical lenses transmitting distorted and reduced images, tourists in the DiveObserver 2 can take photos and shoot videos in the open view.
There is a rudder for changing direction and motion. The depth gauge and pressure gauge are available on the handlebars. There are also two buttons for controlling the two motors. There is a left button for keeping the vehicle at a certain depth and the right button is used to move it forward. In addition, optional instruments such as research equipment and a compass for navigation are installed.
It is easy to breathe in the submersible. The glasses don’t fog, and the windows offer a clear overview, making your journey an enjoyable one.
You don’t have to have prior scuba diving knowledge for you to drive this equipment. Literally anyone from grandparents and parents to children can navigate it.
|Battery life||40 minutes|
|Charging (Maximum)||200 kg|
|Length x Width x Height||170*65*140|
|Underwater speed||5-7 km/h|
|Vertical electric motor||0.5 hp/12 volt|
|Horizontal electric motor||0.5 hp/12 volt|
|Life Support System|
|Indication of required parameters||Pressure sensor|
|Main cylinder capacity||24 liters 200 bar|
|Air system||Compressed air|
|Buoyancy and Ballast Characteristics|
|Battery power||12 volt 75 Amp/h|
|Compressed air capacity ||200 bar|
|Ballast tanks total capacity ||10 liters|
| Ballast tanks number||1|
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