About Scubapro Aladin 1 Matrix 2 Gauge Console
New upgrades super-charge this entry-level dive computer. Scubapro’s dependable single-gas dive computer has just gotten better. Upgraded with a host of new features and functions from a new algorithm to an upgraded screen to Bluetooth compatibility, the updated Aladin 1 Matrix is ready to hit the water. The most obvious improvement is the Aladin 1 Matrix’s new LCD display that includes an eye-pleasing dot matrix section. Other upgrades include the replacement of the previous ZH-L8 algorithm with Scubapro’s time-proven 16 tissue compartment ZH-L16 ADT. Improved navigation easily directs you through the menu using the two control buttons, the safety stop function now activates automatically (before it had to be manually activated), and modern Bluetooth low energy communication replaces the previous IrDA system, enabling dive data to be easily transferred, stored and analyzed on a PC or Mac as well as Android and iOS devices.
Depth-rated to 394′ (120 meters), the Aladin 1 Matrix is the essence of simplicity, making it an ideal computer for new divers and a great backup once they’re ready to move up to more advanced dive computing. This same simplicity plus the ability to reset the system also makes the Aladin 1 Matrix the perfect dive computer for diving schools and rental stations. Computer screen features an updated LCD segmented display on the top and middle rows, plus an eye-pleasing matrix display on the bottom row. ZH-L16 ADT algorithm uses 16 tissue compartments and accommodates a single gas. Nitrox compatible from 21% to 50% in 1% increments. Adjustable ppO2 between 14.5 and 23.2 psi (1.0 and 1.6 bar). Visual and audible alarms keep you alert to your dive data. Back light enhances screen readability in low-light conditions. Saltwater or freshwater modes, altitude alarm and dive planner with decompression are included. Two buttons provide easy access to modes and the programming of basic parameters. CR2450 user-replaceable battery is rated for two years or 300 dives. Computer comes with an owner’s manual.
The submersible pressure gauge (SPG) has a readout from 0 to 6,000 in 1,000, 2,000, 3,000, 4,000, 5,000 and 6,000 psi numerical increments. A red reserve air zone displays at 0 to 1,000 psi for safety in low air situations. The SPG has a luminous dial for easy reading in low light or night diving conditions. The pressure gauge comes with a 7/16″ threaded 34.5″ (87.5 cm) high pressure hose. Both the computer and pressure gauge are housed in a durable rubber boot with multiple attachment points for clips and lanyards.