Type: Rebreathers

JJ-CCR is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

A JJ-CCR Rebreather is designed and built to exceed the expectations of skilled exploration divers. The JJ-CCR has been called "the 4 x 4 of the Rebreather community" which is in many ways a consistent description as it is built to handle all types of harsch environments and can be adapted to handle the most demanding adventures.

This is the new JJ-CCR CE-Edition, launched in August 2014. Equipped with a Petrel computer, a digital HUD, manual supplemental O2 and diluent valves with the option of feeding in external gases. The rebreather comes ready to fly right out of the box. Fill it with gas and sofnolime and serious adventures is just about to begin. The philosophy behind the JJ-CCR is to keep it simple; K.I.S.S. simple... The JJ-CCR has a robust construction with minimalistic detail work. It gives the diver a versatile rebreather, still very easy to handle as well as to deal with before and after operations. It is a rebreather built by divers and diving engineers. All components has a purpose and every detail can be justified in order to perform as a system helping the diver to reach his goals. The JJ-CCR is equipped with state of the art electronics and computing but it will still demand a skilled diver fully aware of the Pro´s and Con´s of technical rebreathers.

The JJ-CCR is an extremely versatile rebreather which is helping JJ-CCR divers to reach fantastic places.



70cm x 40cm x 26cm including the handle




34.2kg - Ready for operation with 2 x 3 litre tanks

19,8kg - Without tanks and soda lime


Soda lime canister





Soda lime:


Average 2.5kg (Sofnolime 797)

Running time:


180 min with dive profile (40 m)

180 min with dive profile (100 m)


Dive profile:
(40 m)


40 min at 40 m, 5 min at 15 m, 9 m
for the remaining time


Dive profile:
(100 m)


10 min at 100 m, 1 min at 39 m, 1 min at 36 m,

2 min at 33 m, 2 min at 30 m,

2 min at 27 m, 3 min at 24 m, 4 min at 21 m,

4 min at 18 m, 6 min at 15m, 7 min at 12 m,

10 min at 9 m, 6 m for the remaining time


Test parameter:


40l/min air, 1.6l/min CO2,

4°C water temperature


Used diluent:


40 m - Air

100 m - Trimix 11/65


Soda lime


The only supported soda lime is: Sofnolime® 797 manufactured by Molecular


Oxygen Cylinder


3 Liter steel cylinder (200 bar)


Diluent Cylinder


3 Liter steel cylinder (200 bar)


On board gas duration


Oxygen: The on board oxygen supply will last 252 minutes, if the diver consumes

1.78 liter of oxygen per minute.

3 liter x 200 bar = 600 liter - 25% reserve = 450 liter

Diluent: The duration depends on the depth and activity of the diver.

3 liter x 200 bar = 600 liter




2 x 3.6v lithium (SAFT 14500). One battery for the
controller and one battery for the HUD.

2 x 9v block lithium
(Parallel operation for the solenoid)


Volume of the counter lungs


8 litres


Maximum application depth


Max. 40 m with air as diluent
Max. 100 m with trimix as diluent

Dives exceeding a depth of 100 m are associated with numerous additional risks


Purity of the gases




DIN EN 12021



>99.5% (medicinal oxygen)





Atmospheric pressure range


800 - 1050mbar


1st stage "oxygen"


Connection: M26x2 - medium pressure: 7.0 to 7.5 bar


1st stage "diluent"


Connection: DIN 5/8"- medium pressure: 9.0 to 10.0 bar


Oxygen control


Two oxygen setpoints (low and high). Can be switched
as many times as required, also changeable under water.


Oxygen setpoint range


From 0.4 to 1.5 bar (low and high)


Oxygen warnings




0.4 bar



1.6 bar


Oxygen sensors


3 galvanic cells (type: R17JJ-CCR)


Operating temperatures


When diving:


+4°C to +34°C

Short-term (air):


-10°C to +50°C

Long-term (storage):


+5°C to +20°C


Essential features of the JJ-CCR Rebreather:

  • Highly robust aluminium housing to which it is possible to secure up to 4
    diving tanks (2 - 12 litre) using conventional tank belts.
  • Self-filling soda lime canister (axial or optionally additionally radial)
  • Heavy duty stand
  • Integrated handle
  • Back-mounted counter lungs
  • Redundant power supply: One battery for the controller,
    one battery for the HUD and two parallel batteries for the
    solenoid. None of the batteries are integrated into the loop.
  • Integrated ADV (Automatic Diluent Valve)
  • DSV (Dive Surface Valve)
  • Valve for manual oxygen feeding with the option of feeding in external
    gases - also optional for the diluent
  • Independent Digital HUD (Head Up Display) with real-time display of PPO2
    for all three oxygen sensors
  • Reliable controller with an integrated multi-gas decompression
    computer (based on the Shearwater Petrel)
  • Supplemental manual diluent inflation
  • Diiuent inline shut-off valve