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Veo 2.0 dive computer by Oceanic. 3 Operating Modes. 24 dive on-unit log book

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Simple is as simple does.

The Oceanic see 1.0 is a solid basic computer designed for air or gas is mixed only nitrox up to 50 per cent. Displays only the essential information during immersion in easy-to-read digits; uses effective bar charts to display the load of nitrogen and the ascent rate, and offers useful features such as a safety stop of automatic closure of account back to the tick of fuel three minutes when up to 15 feet. A single button is all you need to navigate by thes settings and scripts are intuitive with the help of the owner and an excellent early waterproof card manual. At this price, you are giving up the bells and whistles - audible alarms, backlight and the possibility to download profiles of diving - but these are excellent choices if you want a simple, low-cost equipment. Now available with the metric system.


Tecnología Dual Algoritmo

Choose equipment dive that is liberal, conservative or - el-the middle path.

Dual algorithm ™ technology allows you to choose the decompression algorithm that suits to your diving needs without compromising security.


Perfil de profundidad y buceo repetitivo decrompression


Choose Pelagic Z + for:

Conservative recreational diving

When applied to the standard recreational diving, the + base algorithm Z Pelagic increases the OC1 conservative factor by 15-20%.

Liberal repetitive deep and decompression diving

The Pelagic Z + uses the database ZHL -16 c Bühlmann, which was carried out to meet the more stringent demands of repetitive diving with decompression of cold water in the height. Pelagic Z mode + maximizes the times of immersion to a depth without penalty.

Immerse yourself in sync with any friend, anywhere.

Since the Dual algorithm allows you to adjust the basis of algorithms and their conservatism, can be adjusted to match closely almost any other computer on the market dive, allowing you and any fellow to dive always in sync. Diving in the same profile increases the safety for divers, and eliminates the need for a person to perform a long or deep stopWhen buddying with someone who has a more liberal dive computer. In dives, there is no wait for the more conservative to erase dive computer. Both friends are ready to enter the water at the same time and it can continue to dive the same profiles. You cannot control what dive computer leads to his mate, but can control his ability to dive in the same profile.

A note on the deep stops:

Both algorithms allow (user ON / OFF optional) credit for stops deep for diving without decompression in line with data from Morroni et al (2004) and Bennettet al (2007). There is no problem if the diver jumps the deep stop, but we strongly recommend that a surface safety stop is carried out with or without depth stop according to the experiments of Pilmanis (1975).  It is important to note that the algorithm provides deep for dives with decompression stops, since there are a lot of experimental data [Blatteau et al (2005), Gerth et al (2007), and Gutvik et al (2007)] which indicate that this practice often produces an increase in the risk of DCS. For more information and detailed "liberal conservative vs" algorithm of comparative tables - see Scuba Diving Magazine ScubaLab "dig deep into the 2009 New Computers scuba diving".DSAT posted and protected by Diving science and technology

  • Belt: Gum Belt
  • Computer type: Computer
  • Computer format: Format computer
    AUP founder and CEO Bob Hollis took up scuba diving in the late 1950’s when recreational diving was still in its infancy. His love for diving soon led to a keen interest in underwater photography, a hobby that required him to create his own specialized equipment. With a degree in mechanical engineering, it was natural for Hollis to start designing and manufacturing underwater camera and strobe housings in the machine shop behind the Anchor Shack, the retail sporting goods store he’d opened in Hayward, California in 1965. Before long, divers and others were asking Hollis to make equipment for them, and a successful mail order business was begun. In 1972, Hollis founded American Underwater Products, doing business as Oceanic. The company started out with a dozen diving products, including the Anchor Shack’s photo line. After four years, Hollis took a big leap forward when he acquired Farallon, a manufacturer in nearby Belmont. That acquisition instantly gave Oceanic a full line of diving equipment, with an innovative line of instrumentation products. “I saw digital instrumentation as the key to the future of diving,” explains Hollis. “Divers need to quickly and accurately calculate many variables, such as their depth, safe dive times, and decompression requirements to avoid the bends.” After the acquisition, Oceanic went to work researching and developing radically new instruments. In 1981, the company introduced the DataMax, the first mechanical depth gauge with automatic digital timer. The product was an instant hit and propelled Oceanic to the forefront of dive equipment suppliers. In the early 1980s, Hollis helped introduce the concept of an electronic dive computer to the industry. These sophisticated instruments track, calculate, and display a wealth of critical information for divers, including dive time and depth, ascent rate, air consumption, nitrogen absorption, and other essential information needed to dive safely. The dive computer revolutionized diving safety and is considered a mandatory piece of equipment for all divers.

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