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Question about RAS2

Discussion in 'H2odyssey' started by Comp.Air.Junkie, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. Comp.Air.Junkie

    Comp.Air.Junkie Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Memphis
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    On the first stage of this setup is there a port to connect a high pressure gauge from a hose? I don't understand why some dealers recommend a little gauge that hooks right in that you won't be able to see when it's mounted on your back. I realize that a pony should only be used for bailout, but don't you still want to monitor consumption and amount left over?
     
  2. H2odyssey

    H2odyssey Guest

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    H2odyssey also sells the EAS system which you are able to hang off of the front of you; the little button gauges work well for that particular set up.

    For the RAS systems, we recommend our GPB-H which is a mini gauge connected to the RAS unit via a 28" mini high pressure hose. For those techies that have been asking, we've also brought in some mini high pressure hoses in 6" length.

    Susan
     

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