Miniconsole 3 is a console version that includes three devices. A compass is added to the back of the console where the depth gauge is located.
Here, too, all devices are located in relation to each other at such an angle that it is easy to read data from each of them.
Mini pressure gauge
The Cressi Mini Pressure Gauge is a new, small, minimum weight pressure gauge specially designed to avoid undue stress on the high pressure hose that connects to the first stage of the regulator. This appliance has a metal body made of chrome plated copper, so it is very durable. The front glass is made to be used as a safety valve. If a sudden rise in pressure is observed inside the instrument, the glass rises slightly, allowing the excess pressure to escape.
The luminescent dial is marked up to 350 bar for the metric version and up to 5000 psi (for the imperial system), where the area up to 50 bar is highlighted in red, from 50 to 200 in green and more than 200 to the end in blue.
The device is housed in a small, modernly shaped case made of polycarbonate and desmopan, materials that provide shock and scratch resistance while being lightweight.
Mini depth gauge
This high-end instrument in a metal housing with a functional diaphragm has a full parabolic scale. On the luminescent dial, the first 12 m, corresponding to the decompression stop zone, are well defined and perfectly legible. The depth scale is marked from 0 to 70 m (or 230 feet according to the standard English system of measurement), and the dial is divided into three zones by color: green – up to 20 m, blue – from 29 to 40 m, red – from 40 m to the end of the scale. The device has a maximum depth indicator arrow, which is fixed at the maximum level reached during a dive.
On console 3, all devices are also located in relation to each other at such an angle that it is easy to read data from each of them. At the end of the remote control there are two notches on both sides for attaching the device to the vest so that it does not dangle, which eliminates the risk of entanglement or damage to the environment.