For Military and first responders
1. In one Auto Mode the inflator will inflate upon first falling into the water, in the other auto mode, it will only inflate when a depth of one meter is exceeded.
2 Two Assault Modes, each use 4 meters and 20 seconds as the triggers. In the first mode, both time and depth triggers must be exceeded, in the other either trigger will initiate inflation.
3. In Submersion Mode, the PSLV will fire when either trigger setting is exceeded. Settings from 0 seconds to 10 minutes, and 0 meters to 60 meters are all self selected allowing for a customized self-rescue setting. This a great option to protect surface swimmers on any kind, including extreme swim training and rescue swimmers. Because the PSLV is low-profile, it is easer to swim with, and protection from sinking is provided allowing increased maneuverability at the surface.
4.The Delay Mode allows for self rescue should the operator accidentally fall into the water and he will be able climb out quickly. He selects his maximum time in the water, say 20 seconds. If he falls in, if he is not out of the water in 20 seconds, the vest will deploy.
5. In the Scuba Mode, the time trigger is ignored, and only the depth trigger operates. This is useful in certain shallow water operations using a rebreather, which might become toxic at depth. For example, setting the depth at 30 feet will allow continual diving above that depth. While a rapid ascent is dangerous, individual users might choose this outcome over sinking and becoming unconscious due to oxygen toxicity.
Bethany Hamilton road her biggest wave to date using a vest equipped with our Gen-3 inflator.
For saving valuable assets in danger of sinking