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vr3 and 4th cell

Discussion in 'Rebreather Diving' started by idiot fish, Aug 15, 2003.

  1. idiot fish

    idiot fish Angel Fish

    Dear list,

    I am thinking of getting a 4th cell wired to my vr3. I would like some feedback from those that have this combination on their YBOD with the ORIGINAL lid.

    Does it work well? Is it a useful tool? How does it track?

    Basicaly - is it worth getting?

  2. caveseeker7

    caveseeker7 Rebreather Pilot

    Personally, I prefer the HS Explorer. The 4th cell set-up works with either, but not perfectly so. There's been a hot debate about the diffrent readings of the 4th cell at the Inspiration and VR3 (specific) forum. http://www.ccrinfo.com/forum/index.php?board=;action=login
    Read through it, intresting stuff.
  3. Tanguero

    Tanguero Garibaldi

    IMHO the fourth cell is definitely a big step to enhance security. A totally different computer (hard- and software) - now even if the normal electronic would fail completely, it would be possible to end the dive absolutely secure with manual injection of O2.)

    I tend to have different readings (in the size of about 0.1 bar) but as long as these are in the 1.2 - 1.4 bar region, I don't mind to much.
    Furthermore it's just nice to have the deco calculated according to your true pO2-profile.

  4. BigJetDriver

    BigJetDriver Great White Rest in Peace

    Both excellent points, Ralf!!!!:D

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