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hogarthian rig and a HP transmitter

Discussion in 'Hogarthian Diving' started by LanceRiley, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. Compressor

    Compressor ScubaBoard Supporter Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Just hangs Lance. Hose link.
     
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  2. Compressor

    Compressor ScubaBoard Supporter Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Great observation but it does assume that diver relies only on transmitter. Personally I check the SPG as well during the dive.
     
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  3. LanceRiley

    LanceRiley Barracuda

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    That’s my go to place to buy dive stuff!
     
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  4. Compressor

    Compressor ScubaBoard Supporter Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Lance: I do wear my watch on the left side. It goes underneath my wetsuit. Your Teric should have a function where you can check the time.
    My watch almost never leave me.
     
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  5. swimlikethefish

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    If I am single tank then I am diving shallow. (shallow is subjective to each person) If my transmitter fails, I just call the dive. In doubles I exclusively use the spg. The transmitter is just along for the ride. It is really there for after dive reports and so I can look back into the data of the dive for specific information.
     
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  6. KWS

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    I used long hoses for the xmitter because the short one like this is a snag opportunity. I also use myflex hoses so they lay down and not stick out. the 12-18 inch hp hose allows the xmitter to be on my right rib or chest d-ring and very close to the computer
     
  7. Compressor

    Compressor ScubaBoard Supporter Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Interesting point.
     
  8. LanceRiley

    LanceRiley Barracuda

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    im very curious with this setup.. so you use a HP flex hose . how does it route? from right shoulder to right D-ring?

    Honestly im having concerns with the 4-6in. i was thinking of bungee to the plate but the transmitter would be behind my body... or bungee to the right strap... which will rest on the right shoulder.
     
  9. LanceRiley

    LanceRiley Barracuda

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    Teric is Underneat the Wetsuit? how do you view it?
     
  10. LanceRiley

    LanceRiley Barracuda

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    Tried installing the teric directly to the right port of the Mk17 Scubapro... The port isn't technically Right... it's kinda diagonally facing forward. Im afraid this would hit the tank or the bladder when inflated? will try to mount everything on a tank later.

    this is for the meantime before i get to choose which hose i need to buy.. assuming this is diveable
     

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