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Shearwater Research launches SWIFT transmitter


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Shearwater Research has launched its next generation wireless pressure transmitter, the Shearwater SWIFT.

With smart AI technology, the SWIFT creates a highly reliable connection, listens for other transmitters, and only communicates when the channel is clear to avoid collision with other signals.

Now, divers can use multiple transmitters near each other without worrying about potential interference, or have to use different colours. The SWIFT is backwards compatible with all existing Shearwater AI enabled computers.

This advanced technology is leveraged by the company's new firmware, which includes support for up to four transmitters on compatible Shearwater models. This firmware also includes exciting new features, like advanced screen customization and AI Sidemount mode.

Shearwater SWIFT

The no-tools design makes it easy to remove and replace the SWIFT from the first stage. Gone is the need to find a particular size tool to tighten or loosen the transmitter, making it perfect for travel.

A double O-ring seal protects a user-replaceable 3v CR2 lithium battery offering up to 300 hours of time. The LED status indicator lets the diver know things are functioning as they should at a glance during set-up.

Constructed from high-quality oxygen compatible components, at only 135g and 76mm x 34mm, the SWIFT is compact, rugged and rated 200 msw depth and 300 Bar gas pressure.

The SWIFT, designed and built in Canada, is available to pre-order now priced £332.40.

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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