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Depth Limits N202

150 Normal, 190 Working limit

2

Depth Limits He02

300 Normal, 300 Working limit

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Duration of media, which lasts longer

Diluent

4

Duration of 02

Approx 5 hours

5

Canister duration dependent on

Depth/Temp

6

Buoyancy

+/-2 Lbs in seawater

7

Advantages of Mk 16

Minimal surface bubbles
Optimum efficiency of gas supply
Portability
mobility
comms ffm
modular assembly
LO-Mu
Low acoustic

8

Disadvantages of MK 16

Extended deco/long BT for deep dives
Limited physical and thermal protection
No voice comms/only ffm comms
extensive pre/post

9

MK 16 mod 1 - 4 systems

Housing
electronics
recirculation
Pneumatic

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Housing lost during dive

Abort

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Scrubber's purpose

Removes C02 from exhaled gases

12

C02 absorbent

Soda Sorb 4-8 mesh
Sofnolime 4-8/8-12 mesh

13

Diaphragm Dump Valve

Vents excessive gas in the loop

14

FFM toggle lever

Up/Shut Down/Dive

15

PEA hydrostatic switch transition

Descent @ 33' switchs from .75 to 1.3
Ascent @ 13 switchs from 1.3 to .75
Both +/- 2'

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PEA doesn't transition by ___' abort dive

40

17

Bendix fittings are

Finger tight, red your dead

18

Primary Battery volts

6.5 DC

19

Primary Battery Secondary display Operational range

1.3 - .00

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Primary Battery Secondary display Exceptional range

.00-.95

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Discard Primary battery if it falls below

5.2 volts, 70% of -.95

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Secondary display functions concurrently but independent of the ___________

PEA

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Secondary display's these items

Condition of breathing medium 3 sensors, Primary battery voltage, secondary batteries

24

02 addition valve, LPM

piezoelectric crystal type, 5LPM

25

Pneumatics Subsystems

02 subsystem, Diluent

26

Bottles type and CUFT

inconel 718, 7.5 CU

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Regulator Body reduces HP from 3000

230-270 PSIG

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Regulator for BC reduces HP from 3000

120-140 PSIG

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MK11 BC Characteristics

Harness/bladder/Quick Release/Air inflation/ 44Lbs of Buoyancy/ 20 litre flask

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BC Dump valves lift

2-3 PSI

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PP of diluent gas

D+33/33 -1.3

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CNS O/2 toxicity increased if exposed

1.3/1.6 ATA

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Deeper than 20 do not exceed ___ ata for ___ mins

1.45, :15

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PP02 on deep dives can reach __ for ___ mins

1.9, :04

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CNS EP NON Convulsive

Ascend to lower PP02, Add Diluent, Secure 02

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CNS EP Convulsive

Ventilate with diluent-Maintain depth with low pp02, Abort, If diver remains unconscious surface treat for omitted D/AGE.

37

Daily and weekly limit for Mk16 dive

4:00 daily 16:00 Weekly

38

ATA that is excluded from the time limit

.7 mode

39

Pulmonary/Visual 02 tox symptoms during multi mission

Stop diving wait a minimum of 24 hours

40

Dive Training at least half should be conducted @___

night or low Vis conditions.

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Work up dives are recommended prior to diving deeper than

130

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N2/02 Profiles for 1.3 ATA

1 deco 3 no D @150, 2 Deco no additional @ 150, 151-190 waiver

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He02 Profiles for 1.3 ATA

1 Deco, 3 no D @ 200, 2 Deco @ 200, 201-300 1 Deco.

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MK 16 in MCM environments must have a

Immediate, level I chamber on site.

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Flying after diving N2/02

Highest REPET in the last 24:00

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Flying after diving He02

No-D total BT less than 2:00, wait 12:00, NO D greater than 2:00 wait 24:00

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Check secondary Display every

2-3 mins

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2 categories of maintenance

Scheduled/Planned, Unscheduled/Corrective

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Depot level repair

NAVEODTECHDIV

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LO MU recert

60M

51

FARS are submitted

Electronically via PMS-EOD

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8 pms docs

Nav sea cert, Pedigree, Intial setups, Pre/Post, RECs, FAR, Dive Log, Mait log

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OTPA charges, Carried by, Fittings PSI and makeup

6 bottels to 3000PSI, 2, 5000 stainless

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OTPA supplied air source psi

125-3000

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Drive air, relief valve

125, Lifts 140 seats 130 +/- 5

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He02 drive air pressure

325-3250 PSi

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OTPA supply filter

40 Micron

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Haskel pump drive psi, supply boost from to psi

125 +/- 5, 350 - 3250