Continuing to expand its line of dive products, Cochran Undersea Technology announced today that it has begun distributing a state-of-the-art Tri-Mix Analyzer.
The new Cochran Tri-Mix Analyzer in one compact unit analyzes both the oxygen and helium content of a diver?s air mixture. Lightweight and easy to use, the Cochran Tri-Mix Analyzer features dual, easy-to-read digital displays ? one for oxygen and the other for helium.
The device analyzes the gases simultaneously and operates for up to two hours on an internal rechargeable battery. It has the highest repeatability for accurate analyzing.
The Cochran Tri-Mix Analyzer is the perfect complement to the new Cochran Commander EMC-20H dive computer, which is specially designed for divers who use a variety of gas and air mixtures including helium with gas switching. The new Commander dive computer has the ability to change from air diving to enriched air and does the adjustment automatically. Now a diver can use whatever gas or mixture he or she desires and still have the complete dive flawlessly recorded on the dive computer. Cochran was awarded US Patent #5,794,616 on gas switching.
The Cochran Tri-Mix Analyzer measures the percentage of helium in air or a helium/nitrogen/oxygen mix. The LCD screen displays the helium content from 0 to 100 percent, with an accuracy of +/- 1 percent full scale.
The stand-alone unit requires no warm-up time and comes with a simple adapter that can be plugged into the BC hose for gas sampling. There is also an adapter that can be screwed directly into a DIN SCUBA cylinder valve for gas sampling while mixing.