I guess a breather is the ultimate analyser!!!
Perhaps I should have said No decompression dives and less than 30meters. ie; being able to abort the dive at any time.silent solutions wrote:You say this is all I need for a 30m rebreather these things are very capable at taking your life in 6m or 125m of water.
The issue of a two cell rebreather or three has been discussed on rbw my opinion is for a minium of three
Packhorse the way you are trying to do this on the cheap concerns me a little.
If you skimp on money now are you the type of person that will push there cells just one more month past there use by date because there not in the budget this month??.
silent solutions wrote:Sensors regardless of price and brand can and do fail for no reason or age.Just my opinion but three sensors is the minimum i would feel comfortable with for verification of a dodgey cell or gas flush.
If there were three, and two gave one reading and the third different, presumably you'd trust the two?!
If you had four, and had a two and two situation, what's the call?
Packhorse wrote:Thinking about it more perhaps 3 sensors should be a minimum in my set up. At least this way if (when) one fails I could still dive it with only 2.
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