UWC-S-60

Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers

Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers

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Simple to use and accurate, the Dive Caliper submersible recording calipers are a unique and valuable tool for a wide variety of underwater and rugged environment measuring jobs.

Features

  • Logs caliper measurement, time, date and optional depth at the push of a button
  • Store 8000 measurements in non-volatile memory
  • 30m water depth rating
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Zebra-Tech's Dive Calipers are the world's only underwater measuring self-logging caliper. Simple to use and accurate, the field-tough submersible recording calipers are a unique and valuable tool for a wide variety of underwater and environmental measuring jobs. At the push of a button, the Dive Calipers log the caliper jaw measurement, time and date, and optionally, the water depth. The Dive Calipers maximize productivity for divers by speeding up data collection and reducing valuable dive time.

Notable Specifications:
  • 30m water depth rating
  • Record caliper measurement, depth (with optional depth sensor), time and date at the push of a button
  • 0 to 240mm measurement range, 0.5mm resolution
  • Store 8000 measurements in non-volatile memory
  • Operates for over 100 hours on a charge
  • Simple Windows software offloads the data into an Excel spread sheet format
  • Different jaw shapes to suit the measuring job
  • Depth sensor; record the water depth with every measurement
  • Single button or dual log button option for measurement differentiation e.g length and width, or 2 species survey
  • 60 or 90mm jaw size, custom shapes and size available on request
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-S-60 Dive caliper without pressure sensor, single button, 60mm jaw size
$1395.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-S-90 Dive caliper without pressure sensor, single button, 90mm jaw size
$1395.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-D-60 Dive caliper without pressure sensor, dual button, 60mm jaw size
$1395.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-D-90 Dive caliper without pressure sensor, dual button, 90mm jaw size
$1395.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-S-60-P Dive caliper with pressure sensor, single button, 60mm jaw size
$1625.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-S-90-P Dive caliper with pressure sensor, single button, 90mm jaw size
$1625.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-D-60-P Dive caliper with pressure sensor, dual button, 60mm jaw size
$1625.00
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Zebra-Tech Dive Calipers UWC-D-90-P Dive caliper with pressure sensor, dual button, 90mm jaw size
$1625.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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Zebra-Tech UWC-SBCK Dive caliper single button conversion kit
$165.00
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Zebra-Tech UWC-DBCK Dive caliper dual button conversion kit
$165.00
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