For those engineers, we have 24X high power MOSFET transistors, cutting-edge Aluminum power driver circuit board and thermal mass placement on the key components to ensure that the batteries are always ready to deliver maximum energy in an instant and always well within the safety limits of the battery’s operation. The level of ‘over-engineering’ ensures that the battery management and safety features simply do not fail and will give you years of reliable enjoyment.
During operation, when the battery life gets low, the AquaDart’s smart sensor technology measures it and adjusts the power output accordingly. This gives you operation times of up to 200% more than its nearest competitors, and it also means users can get more than two hours of use on a single charge. In addition it will ensure your battery life always outlasts your adventure, vitally making certain scuba divers always have enough power in reserve to return home.
How does it work?
Starting at full power (level 6 or 7), the AquaDart will automatically decrease to level 5 when the battery decreases below 50%. Then, when the battery is at 40% capacity, it goes down to level 4, at 30% capacity, it goes down to level 3, and when it’s at 20% capacity, it goes down to level 2 and gives you a warning that there’s only 20% left. Then, when there’s less than 10% of juice left, the device switches to saving mode, level 1, and gives off a constant battery low warning.
This is all done automatically for you. No other professional dive scooter has this function meaning with the AquaDart Pro you’ll enjoy considerably longer usage duration and will always have additional battery power in reserve when needed.
Special Offer – Free AquaDart Pro Fast Charger worth $1,995
It usually takes about 7 hours to recharge an AquaDart Pro, but with the fast charger currently included free with the Max and Xtreme models, or for half price at just $995 as an option on the Light, Explorer and Quest models, it takes just over 2 hours, for another 2 hours of fun!
Special Offer Expires Friday, 30 June 2023.