The Mares Genius Wrist Dive Computer is the latest addition to Mares instrument line up. This full color high resolution display computer is powered by the newest ZH-L16C algorithm with gradient factors and predictive multi-gas functions. Computer is suitable for Air, Nitrox and Trimix with a capability of up to 5 gases. Computer has a full tilt digital compass (up to 80°) with bearing memory and stopwatch for precious underwater navigation procedures. The Genius has a hoseless air integration function (optional) and with Mares LED transmitter (see SKU: MRSQT) will provide cylinder pressure up to 4,350 psi (300 bar) and more. Computer can monitor up to five transmitters at a time with optional transmitter making it a great choice for dive guides and instructors. Computer is altitude adjustable to approximately 12,100' (3,700 m). Depth display is 492' (150 meters). Time is kept by a quartz movement providing time, date and dive time. The clock menu allows you to set the time format (12/24-hour), time, date, time zone shift and wake-up alarm.The Genius computer has a bottom timer mode with resettable average depth and stopwatch functions. Decompression dive planner with additional surface interval function allows precious calculation of deco dive activities. Brilliant logbook with multiple graphs and a capacity of more than 1,000 hours of dive profile at 5-second sampling rate. A smart battery management system that has 40 hours of dive time per full charge from its lithium-ion rechargeable battery, with battery charge indicator. Computer is Bluetooth connectable for direct connection to a smartphone. The computer has a night mode function for low light conditions, map viewing function during a dive, tissue saturation graph with detailed information and the underwater menu allows certain settings to be changed during the dive. Future deco and runaway deco alarm (proprietary) function. The Genius Computer has audio and visual alarms. The TFT LCD display has a mineral glass lens and a 2.7" (68.6mm) diagonal display. Units of measure can be ser for imperial or metric and for fresh or salt water.