Fitted in place of the inhale T-piece – the ADV supplies gas to the breathing circuit whenever a substantial negative pressure is experienced within the inhale counterlung or when manually operated by pressing the diaphragm cover.
The AP Back Mounted Counterlungs (BMCL) were introduced in 2012 as an option for all AP rebreathers as an alternative to the over-the-shoulder counterlungs which have been standard on all AP CCRs since 1997. They can either be fitted as an upgrade to existing AP rebreathers or specified when ordering any new AP unit.
The Belkin Mini Bluetooth V4.0 Adaptor enables bluetooth connection to your PC for wireless communication, including transmission of dive data and firmware upgrades to and from the AP 2020VISION rebreather electronics.
The AP Diving CO2 Sensor (RB120) is an ‘active warning device’ designed to alert the diver when the CO2 content of the breathing loop is approaching a dangerous level. This could be due to depletion of the CO2 absorbent canister or incorrect
The Flowstop is a high performance in-line gas isolator, perfect for isolating your ADV. It is a high-flow design offering less restriction than others available and so can also be used to isolate high-volume open circuit 2nd stages or off-board diluent