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

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OCEANIC VEO 2.0 COMPUTER

OCEANIC VEO 2.0 COMPUTER

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

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OCEANIC VEO 2.0 COMPUTER

Technology has never been easier.
Brimming with all the tech and performance features serious divers seek and Oceanic"s trademark ease-of-use, the Veo 2.0 could not only be your first PDC, but the last you"ll ever need.
The Veo 2.0 is a relatively basic computer, but comes with features including a a full menu of audible and visual alarms for everything from nitrox settings to depth, time and deco status.
You also get a backlight function (you set the duration) and the option of downloading your profiles to a PC.
The Veo 2.0 features large, easy-to-read digits and well-designed bar graphs to make monitoring your ascent rate and nitrogen loading easy.

 â€¢ Powered by Oceanic"s Exclusive Dual Algorithmâ„¢ - lets you choose the decompression algorithm basis that best suits your diving needs without compromising safety.
ʉۢ 3 Operating Modes: NORM (Air and Nitrox), GAUGE (with run timer) and FREE (tracks calculations to allow switching between NORM and Free)
 â€¢ 2 Operating Buttons allow “Step Forward” and “Fast Scroll” Interface for streamlined access and setting of personal options
ʉۢ Air or single Nitrox mix to 50% O2
ʉۢ Audible Alarm with flashing LED light and User Acknowledgement
 â€¢ Deep Stop with Countdown Timer – Maybe turned on or off.  2 minute countdown at half your max depth, for dives greater than 80 ft / 25m
ʉۢ SmartGlo Backlighting senses ambient light, enabling the backlight only in low light conditions, conserving battery life
ʉۢ Single button access to "Last Dive" display (max depth & bottom time)
ʉۢ Data Retention - maintains calculations indefinitely when the battery is changed
ʉۢ 24 dive on-unit log book
ʉۢ History Mode includes total number of dives, max depth, total dive hours, and lowest temp
ʉۢ Optional PC Interface with OceanLog Download and Settings Upload
ʉۢ Firmware Auto-Update: download and install the latest firmware Рthese may be operational improvements or even new features

Choose the one dive computer that’s liberal, conservative or middle-of-the-road.

Oceanic’s new Veo offers Dual Algorithm™ technology, letting you choose the decompression algorithm that best suits your diving needs without compromising safety.
Choose Pelagic DSAT for:
Liberal Recreational Diving
The Pelagic DSAT Algorithm safely maximizes dive time for repetitive, multi-level recreational diving.
This algorithm relies on the human Doppler studies used to develop PADI’s Recreational Dive Planner (RDP), and has been the basis of Oceanic"s and other manufacturer"s computer algorithms for many years.

Liberal Repetitive Deep and Decompression Diving
The Pelagic Z+ uses the Buhlmann ZHL-16C database, which was conducted to meet the more rigorous demands of repetitive, cold-water decompression diving at altitude.
The Pelagic Z+ mode maximizes dive times at depth without penalties.

Dive in sync with any buddy, anywhere
Because the Veo allows you to adjust the algorithm basis and its conservatism, you can adjust to closely match just about any other dive computer on the market, allowing you and any buddy to always dive in sync.
Diving the same profile increases safety for both divers, and eliminates the need for one person to conduct a much longer or deeper stop when buddying with someone wearing a more liberal dive computer.
On repetitive dives, there is no more waiting for the more conservative dive computer to clear.
Both buddies will be ready to enter the water at the same time and can continue to dive the same profiles.
You can’t control which dive computer your buddy wears, but you can control your ability to dive the same profile.

A note about deep stops:
Both algorithms allow (user ON/OFF option) credit for deep stops for No-Decompression dives in keeping with the data of Morroni et al (2004) and Bennett et al (2007).
No penalty is given if the diver skips the deep stop, but it is strongly recommended that a shallow safety stop be made with or without the deep stop in keeping with the experiments of Pilmanis (1975).

It is important to note that neither algorithm provides deep stops for decompression dives since there is ample experimental data [Blatteau et al (2005), Gerth et al (2007), and Gutvik et al (2007)] that indicate that this practice often produces an increase in the risk of DCS.

 

FEATURES & FUNCTIONSVEO 2.0
Modes of OperationNorm (Air / Nitrox) Gauge, and Free Dive
Push Buttons2
User InterfaceClick forward, Fast Scroll
Mounting Options"Hockey Puck" Module, Wrist, 2 and 3 Gauge Consoles
ActivationWater or Push Button
Algorithm BasisDual Algorithmâ„¢  Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis)
Personal Conservative Factor AdjustmentEach Level provides No Decompression Limits for the next dive +3000 ft altitude
Altitude Algorithm BasisNOAA
O2 Limit BasisNOAA
Tissue Compartments12 (5 to 480 minutes)
Automatic Altitude Adjustment2,000 - 14,000 ft
Decompression Capability10 - 60 ft (3-18 m)
Deep StopOPTIONAL - :02 COUNTDOWN TIMER AT 1/2 MAX DEPTH FOR DIVES DEEPER THAN 80 ft/25m
Automatic Safety Stop PromptYES - ADJUSTABLE DEPTH AND TIME
Audible AlarmYES - MAY BE DEACTIVATED AND/OR CUSTOMIZED BY USER
Alarm Acknowledgment (U/W Deactivation)YES - PUSH BUTTON DEACTIVATES CURRENT ALARM
Ascent Rate Range11-30 fpm / 21-60 fpm
Ascent Rate Maximum30 fpm (<60 ft)  60 fpm (>60 ft)
SmartGlo BacklightYES - ADJUSTABLE DURATION
Diver Replaceable BatteriesYES
Battery TypeCR2450
Battery Life*300 DIVE HOURS 
Data Retention (retains calculations indefinitely during battery change)YES
Low Battery Indicator (Graphic)YES
Calendar / ClockDATE & TIME
Operating Depth (NORM/FREE)330 ft / 100 m
Operating Depth (GAUGE)399 ft / 120 m
24 Hour Time to Fly CountdownYES
Gauge Mode Run TimerNO
Calculated Desaturation Fly CountdownYES
Dive Mode DisplaysMAIN, UP TO 2 ALTERNATES AND 1 SECONDARY
High O2 Alarm / Warning300 SOTU / DOTU
High PO2 Alarm / Warning1.6 DEFAULT OR USER SETTING
On-Unit Log Capacity24 DIVES
PC Data DownloadOPTIONAL
PC Settings UploadOPTIONAL
Firmware UpdateOPTIONAL
OceanLog Download Memory Capacity512K**
Pre-Dive Planning SequencePUSH BUTTON 30-190 ft
Temperature DisplayYES
Nitrogen Tissue Loading Bar GraphYES
Oxygen LoadingNUMERIC %
Variable Ascent Rate Bar GraphYES
No Decompression Time Remaining DisplayYES
O2 Time Remaining DisplayYES
Set Mode with Rapid AdvanceYES
Set FO2 Value (%) Gas 1AIR, 21-50%
Set Audible Alarm On/OffYES
Set Max Depth AlarmYES
Set Elapsed Dive Time AlarmYES
Set Maximum Nitrogen Tissue Loading Bar Graph AlarmYES
Set Personal Conservative FactorYES
Set Dive Time Remaining AlarmYES
Set Units Of MeasurementYES
Set Hour Format (12/24 Hour)YES
Set Time of DayYES
Set DateYES
Set Maximum PO2 AlarmYES
Set FO2 50% DefaultYES
Set Backlight DurationYES
Set Safety Stop Time and DepthYES
Set Sampling Rate (OceanLog Download)1 (Free Dive Mode Only)/ 2/15/30/60 SECONDS
Set Digital Gauge Mode On/OffYES
Set Water Activation On/OffYES
Set Free Dive Elapsed Dive Time AlarmYES
Set Free Dive Countdown TimerYES
Set Free Dive Max Depth #1YES
Set Free Dive Max Depth #2YES
Set Free Dive Max Depth #3YES

OCEANIC VEO 2.0 COMPUTER
  • Belt: Gum Belt
  • Interface: Interface Available
  • 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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