NTNU has a good diving club with good facilities: Dykkergruppa
Having a car is a good thing for diving in Norway, especially if you aim for four dives a week. However, the student diving clubs often collaborates with some kind of car-sharing to go diving.
Don't get me wrong, a lot of people use 40lbs wings for D12's. If you find that it doesn't keep your rig floating, it's quite easy to put a few kg's on a weightbelt.
The Gue-people I know in Trondheim are nice people, likely no problem joining them for dives.
Depending on how much weight you need, a Halcyon40 could be enough. If you keep all your weights on your rig, as many here do, a 40lbs wing might not keep the rig floating if you have to remove the rig to climb aboard a boat. As mentioned earlier the Halcyon60 is big, so a much used wing...
I rechecked the answer from SW, it would appear this function is only availible on analog models. See answer below:
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The BO CCR option is a hybrid of internal and external setpoint for analog external ppo2 (EXT) models only (Petrel 2 EXT & NERD 2 EXT). This feature...
If you manage to find a source for the plug, please post here where you got it from. I have been searching for this plug to have a power takeout on my dpv for heating.
For your purpose I would think having normal 12v outlet's on your boat and just putting a cigarette-plug on a standard e/o-cord...
These were their children.. Hard to keep up the business after someting like that.
I use a long and heavy backplate, this was also much better for my back. + a P-weight.
I have the 3xml-2, and I'm very happy with both the spot and the corona. I end up mostly using the middle power-setting(30%), and only using full power when there's something special to look at/for. I'm mostly using my 10,2ah battery, and only using my 23,8ah battery when diving multiple days...