Air Integrated Dive Computers
An air integrated dive computer gives divers the option of using a wireless transmitter or, in the case of a console computer, a physical hose connection to display their live cylinder pressure on the computer screen.
That isn't all that it can do though. As you dive your breathing rate will increase and decrease based on your physical exertion. The dive computer will use your breathing rate to continuously calculate your dive profile for decompression purposes and possibly provide you with information such as your air time remaining depending on the make and model.
For those that like to analyse their dives the air consumption data is downloaded as part of the dive profile. More and more dive computers can now support multiple wireless transmitters allowing divers that use multiple gas mixes to monitor individual cylinders.
If you are looking for a brand new computer, but you are not sure where to start, take a look at our dive computer guide for helpful tips and insights into the different types of dive computer, give us a call or read our Best Dive Computer selection blog.