Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 60.5 × 38.5 × 10.5 mm (2.38 × 1.5 × 0.41 in)

  • Weight of control unit: 28.5 g (1.0 oz)

  • Weight including light: 58.4 g (2.1 oz)

  • Battery: rechargeable lithium polymer 3.7V 600mAh

  • LED peak brightness: 3800mcd

  • Color depth: 8-bit (256 colors)

  • Operating temperature range: −30° to +50° C (−22° to 122° F)

  • Operating altitude: −500 to 9,000 m MSL (−1,640 to 29,528 ft)

  • Altitude resolution: 1 m (3.3 ft)

  • Sample rate: 12.5 Hz

  • Permissible charging temperature range: 0° to +50° C (32° to 122° F)

  • USB connector: Micro USB 2.0 Type B

  • Wireless technology: Bluetooth® Low Energy

  • Bluetooth wireless range: circa 5 m (16.4 ft)

Key Features

  • Free Bluetooth® wireless technology iOS/Android app for setting and gathering data from the altimeter

  • Patent-pending technology that allows you to ascertain your altitude based on the hue of a light in your peripheral vision

  • Up to 8 freefall, canopy, and ascent alerts

  • Super bright color LED can easily be seen with tinted goggles

  • LED brightness and saturation can be adjusted

  • 256 different hues

  • Control unit easily fits in an audible altimeter pocket in your helmet

  • Bendable gooseneck on LED light stays in place even at very high freefall speeds

  • Logs jumps, canopy and freefall time

  • Provides altitude and vertical speed graphs of your last jump (records up to 7 minutes of data), which can be saved to your photos for future reference or sharing with friends

  • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery (USB cable included)

  • Long battery life (approximately 200 jumps or 3 months)

  • Low battery warning (a five-second red light) at 1,000 feet

  • Always on

  • Remembers your settings and data when the battery runs out

  • Adjusts automatically to local elevation

  • Wingsuit mode gives wingsuiters a more accurate assessment of their flight time and lowers the threshold of what is considered freefall from 80 mph to 40 mph

  • Swoop mode makes certain that all freefall alarms are turned off below 1,500 feet and increases the threshold of what is considered freefall from 80 mph to 100 mph

  • Speed Tracker feature for realtime feedback of approximate freefall vertical speed via color

  • Landing zone altitude adjustments can be made for those landing at a different altitude than takeoff

  • Designed to function up to approximately 30,000 feet