Logic Dive - Genesis 3.2 - DPV
***DPVs are shipping now with a current 60 day production cycle. If you order now you will have your DPV in roughly 60 days. Estimates change so please reach out with any questions.***
New motors and controllers made in the US
User Programmable Power Limits
More efficiency generating higher thrust
The Genesis 2.2 was built with long range exploration in mind and it is also PASSENGER AIRLINE LEGAL! We pack enough battery into this baby to go up to 17 miles at realistic speeds and it still weighs less than 50lbs. The primary use for the Genesis 2.2 is deep cave exploration and long range open water exploration. The unmatched high speed of the Genesis DPVs allow a diver to rocket past the end of line in deep caves and get back just as fast, minimizing the decompression obligations acquired on deep dives. It is equally comfortable in the open ocean, where you can explore miles of ocean at a time. The Genesis 2.2 is best used with a rebreather to get the full effect of what it means to live like a fish. At its slowest speed it can run continuously for over 30 hours and cover over 20 miles.
Weight – 49.5lbs (22.5kg)
Length – 33.6in (85.2cm)
Max Thrust – 90lbs (41kg) [400N]
Run Time at Max Speed – 100min
Run Time at Min Speed – 30 hours
Approx. Range at Max Thrust – 5.4mi (8.6km)
Approx. Range at 2 knots – 12.4mi (20.6km)
Approx. Range at 150fpm – 17.4mi (28.0km)
Standard Depth Rating – 660ft (200m)
Optional Depth Rating – 1000ft (300m)
Li-ion Battery Capacity – 1700Wh
Battery Voltage – 64.8VDC nominal
Charger Input Voltage – 110 or 220VAC switchable
Recharge Time – 8 hours
New to the Genesis 3.0 is quieter and has a little more thrust than the 2.0, and is also more power efficient, so it will have a little more range. There is now a flashing LED that gives a visual indicator of battery charge. The flashes are only relevant when the motor in not running (resting voltage), as the motor causes the battery voltage to decrease when running, depending on the speed. Levels are approximate, since they are voltage based.
5 Flashes = 5/6 or more charge remaining
4 Flashes = 2/3 or more charge remaining
3 Flashes = 1/2 or more charge remaining
2 Flashes = 1/3 or more charge remaining
1 Flashes = 1/6 or more charge remaining
Continuous Flashing = You have entered the power reduction charge level.
Solid ON = Motor fault.
After 30 minutes, the LED will blink continuous, just to get your attention, in case you forgot to remove the nose plug after you have finished diving.
Also new is the USB connector on the tail. We have a configuration app on our website, so users can adjust certain settings and load firmware changes, if needed. (MS Windows only) You will be able to change the voltage levels, power reduction levels (2) and RPM limits, LED brightness and speed control levels and a couple other things.
Battery is the same Warp Core options as the 2.0, with Bluetooth.