FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

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yadayada
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Re: FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

Postby yadayada » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:50 am

The ideal not-home-made reliable solution is to get a Light Monkey battery pack - they are well built, perform flawlessly, offer many options, and have one of the best - if not the best - post-sale service & attitude. I have only praise for Corey and the staff.
Light Monkey battery packs are designed to be carried on airplanes, they have a number of sizes, they allow to use a single large battery for your heating system and for a tethered light.
The sweet spot just for the heat system is the 15ah battery, the best is the 25Ah - to split the cost over time, one can buy the battery pack, and then later add the light head.

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Re: FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

Postby Jeff Pack » Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:59 pm

a fairly hefty one depending on length of dive. I see 2 30w elements? If so that 5A per hour, so you'd need a minimum 10A canister (which you'd get around 1.5 hours, wouldnt want to run much lower than that). Dusty can build you an EO canister, he Built Jeff G's and mine. (for much larger batteries though).
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Re: FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

Postby stphnmartin » Thu Nov 02, 2017 1:45 pm

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Re: FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

Postby stphnmartin » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:25 am

What kind of battery pack is required for this?
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FS: Brand New SF Arctic X-Heat system

Postby yadayada » Wed Nov 01, 2017 9:28 pm

This is a BRAND NEW German-made heating system for technical diving - designed by divers for divers in the cold waters of northern europe.
It fits all drysuits with Apeks valves - Battery NOT included

The system includes a shorty undergarment (Size XL), the double heating pads (back and front), and the X-Heat Dry Suit Connector

Price New $599 selling for $250

Technical specs after the pictures:
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ScubaForce X-Heat Suit
The suit is made of TecnoStretch®; which is a lightweight, elastic, washable and highly breathable material and steadily wicks moisture from the skin. The heating pads are sealed within a layer of Cordura and are 100% waterproof. Both the plug connection and grommets are waterproof and have an ingress protecting rating of IP68. The heating pads are constructed with silver heating threads that can’t break and offer extreme flexibility. The pads achieve a surface temperature of 110 degrees Fahrenheit and ensure plenty of heat both for long bottom times and extended decompression obligations.


Features:
Material: TecnoStretch® Material (300 gr/m²)
Size: M / L / XL (unisex)
Breathable
Washable
Hypoallergenic
Two P-Valve holes

ScubaForce X-Heat Suit Bulkhead
The suit bulkhead designed for the ScubaForce X-Heat heating system is made of POM and is compatible with a standard Apeks Intake Valve. Additionally, the suit bulkhead has an E/O Cord 18/2 SVO and is compatible with all common batteries.
The cable gland and stress relief, as well as, the connector between the suit bulkhead and the heating pad have a protection rating of IP68.

Features:
Material: POM
E/O Cord
Cable gland and stress relief have a protection type of IP68
Connector, heating pad and bulkhead all have a protection type of IP68

ScubaForce X-Heat Heating Pads
The flexible pads are made of Textile Heating System®, a textile heating material composed of silver threads. The heating pads are welded inside a Cordura case via ultrasound technology and then they are placed into two separate pockets of the ScubaForce X-Heat suit so they are perfectly positioned. The pad gets a maximum surface temperature of 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

Features:
Pad Material: Textile Heating System®
Case Material: Cordura
90 degree cable passage has a protection type of IP68
Suitable for batteries from 9 V to 12 V
Each Pad 30 Watt (by 12 V)
Pad gets a maximum surface temperature of 110 degrees Fahrenheit
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