OXAMA

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Book your OXAMA today on a special price with a €299.00 deposit only - Expected delivery: November 2022

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WHAT YOU GET

+ Sensors module

+ Audio module

+ Silicone face mask

+ Charging docking station

+ USB-C cable

+ OXAMA app

THIS IS OXAMA

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The silicone face mask

Il silicone face mask is a comfortable and easy to wear face mask provided with two poquickets to maintain the sensors and the audio modules in contact with the face.

The audio module

The audio module accommodates a bones transducer which generates a human voice sound directly audible into your head without the use of any earphone.

The sensors module

The sensors module contains a biometric sensor that reads the heart rate and the blood oxygen saturation, a pressure sensor and an accelerometer sensor that measures the depth and the freediver movements.

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THE SILICONE FACE MASK

OXAMA represents a real revolution in the freediving world and it will make your immersion a unique and amazing experience.

OXAMA represents a real revolution in the freediving world and it will make your immersion a unique and amazing experience

During freediving, blood moves from the peripheral areas of the body (hands, arms, feet, legs) towards the center of the body. This means that the only area where vital signs can be reliably measured remains the face.

So, we developed Oxama with a patent pending technology to be worn on the face for two main reasons:

• Oxama is designed to measure the PPG signal directly on facial blood vessels that are much less affected by low perfusion or movement artifacts, allowing for very reliable blood oxygen saturation and heart rate measurements even during deep dives.

• The best location of a sound exciter to be heard is obviously closed to ears and in particular in contact with the skull: the sound propagates just through your bones and tissue and is directly perceived by your eardrums.

For this reasons OXAMA has been designed to fit into your diving mask or under your diving goggles in comfortable contact with your face.

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Oxygen

heart

Heart rate

voice

Speaker

time

Time

speed

Speed

acceleration

Acceleration

battery

Battery level

depth

Depth

head

Head angle

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the SENSOR MODULE

Why is it important to track the Blood oxygen saturation and heart beat rate during the dive?

  • custom recovery time estimate based on recorded values
  • correlation between performance and biometric parameters during training . By looking at the data during training, divers could learn how to extend their dive time, how to stay calm and focus better, and thus reduce their body’s draw on its limited oxygen supplies.
  • greater awareness of your own health conditions

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Blood oxygen saturation:

It is a relative measure of the concentration of oxygen dissolved or carried in the blood as a proportion of the maximal concentration that can be dissolved in the blood (%)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Heart rate:

It is the speed of the heartbeat measured by the number of contractions (beats) of the heart per minute (bpm)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Time:

It is the speed of the heartbeat measured by the number of contractions (beats) of the heart per minute (bpm)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Ascending / Descending Speed:

Measure of the speed during the diving ascent / descent (m/s)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Acceleration:

It is the measure of the acceleration during the dive(m2/s)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Battery level:

OXAMA constantly informs the user about his battery level in real time.

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Depth:

It is the measure of the real-time or max depth during dive time (m)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Head angle:

It represents the measure of the head orientation with respect to the horizon for the posture control (degrees)

Which parameters does OXAMA track?

Adjustable voice:

OXAMA device, provide a quiet human voice clearly heard directly in your head thanks to a sophisticated bones transducer that converts the audio messages into sound mechanical waves through the skull

Design technical specifications

OXAMA design technical specifications tabel

Parameter Range / Resoultion
Blood oxygen saturation (% SpO2) 0-100 / 0.1
Heart Rate (bpm) 20-250 / 0.1
Depth (m) 0-100 / 0.1
Ascending / Descending speed (m/s) 0-10 / 0.1
XYZ Head posture angle (degrees) 0-360 / 1
Audio volume (%) 0-100 / 10
Vocal messages frequency (%) 0-100
Designed for max depth (m) 100

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THE AUDIO MODULE

OXAMA speaks to you!
You don’t need to read any display, stay focused on your immersion!

OXAMA informs in real-time on measured parameters. OXAMA uses with the most non-stressing and natural way possible to communicate to the diver: a quiet human voice clearly heard directly in your head thanks to a sophisticated bones transducer that converts the audio messages into sound mechanical waves through the skull. Language, level of detail, thresholds and frequency of all vocal messages can be simply defined by the user through the smartphone OXAMA app.

You can set OXAMA on different voice modes, as you prefer. You decide the parameters and the the moment in which you want to listen their values as the following voice modes:

MUTE
OXAMA records all the parameters during dive time but doesn’t speak to you

QUIET
OXAMA records all the parameters during dive time and speaks to you at the beginning and at the end of the immersion

ALERT
OXAMA records all the parameters during dive time and speaks to you only for the thresholds programmed by you.

CHATTY
OXAMA records all the parameters during dive time and speaks to you both for the thresholds and every 15 seconds for all the parameters programmed by you .

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