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    DEFINITION OF WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES Throughout this manual, special references are made when deemed important. Three classifications are used to separate these references by their order of importance. WARNING - is used in connection with a procedure or situation that may result in serious
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    PrEN 13319 PrEN 13319 ”Diving accessories – Depth gauges and combined depth and time measuring devices – Functional and safety requirements, test methods” is a European diving depth gauge standard draft. The VYTEC is designed to comply with this draft standard. ISO 9001 SUUNTO Oy’s Quality
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    WARNING! YOU ARE ADVISED TO AVOID FLYING ANY TIME THE COMPUTER COUNTS DOWN THE NO-FLYING TIME. ALWAYS ACTIVATE THE COMPUTER TO CHECK THE REMAINING NO-FLY TIME PRIOR TO FLYING! The computer goes into the stand-by display automatically 5 minutes after the dive has ended. The stand-by display shuts
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    WARNING! THE DIVE COMPUTER WILL NOT ACCEPT FRACTIONAL PERCENTAGE VALUES OF OXYGEN CONCENTRATION. DO NOT ROUND UP FRACTIONAL PERCENTAGES! For example, 31.8% oxygen should be entered as 31%. Rounding up will cause nitrogen percentages to be understated and will affect decompression calculations. If
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS WARNINGS! .................................................................................................... 2 1. INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................... 8 1.1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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    4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 3.8.1. Altitude Adjustment ...................................................................... 40 3.8.2. Personal Adjustment .................................................................... 40 3.9. ERROR CONDITIONS
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    1. INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your purchase of the SUUNTO VYTEC advanced dive computer. The Vytec builds on the Suunto tradition of delivering feature-rich dive computers. The Suunto Vytec provides many new and enhanced features that cannot be found in other dive computers, such as gas
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    In order to optimize how to respond to different added risk situations an additional category of stop, referred to as a Mandatory Safety Stop, has been introduced. Also a countdown for the Recommended Safety Stop is included. The combination of stop types will depend on the specific dive situation.
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    1.1.2. Dive Computer Limitations While the dive computer is based on current decompression research and technology, you must realize that the computer cannot monitor the actual physiological functions of an individual diver. All decompression schedules currently known to the authors, including the
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    The timekeeping display is the default display of the instrument (Fig. 2.1.). If a button is not pressed within 5 minutes, the dive computer beeps and returns to the timekeeping display automatically (except in Diving and Simulation modes). The timekeeping display shuts off after two hours, but
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    Press the SMART (MODE) button • To activate the dive computer. • To change from the Surface Mode to the menu based modes. • To select, confirm or quit a submode (short press). • To immediately exit any submode to the Surface Mode (long press). • To activate the electroluminescent backlight (in the
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    2.4. WIRELESS CYLINDER PRESSURE TRANSMISSION The Vytec can be used together with an optional wireless cylinder pressure transmitter that can easily be attached to the high-pressure port of the regulator (Fig. 2.5). By using the transmitter the diver can benefit from cylinder pressure and remaining
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    2.4.2. Pairing and Code Selection In order to receive wireless data the transmitter and the Vytec wrist unit need to be paired. During the pairing procedure the transmitter and wrist unit select a common transmission code. The transmitter turns on when the pressure exceeds 15bar [218 psi] and it
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    The selected transmission code can later be verified via the alternative display, by pressing the “TIME” button twice. If needed, the stored code can be manually erased in this display by pressing the “PLAN” (up) button and then pressing “MODE” (select). The Vytec will now erase the stored code and
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    In case the transmitter battery is running low, a low battery warning “LOBT” will be transmitted and displayed intermittently with the pressure reading on the Vytec (Fig.2.6 d). If the dive is started without that the Vytec and the transmitter have been properly paired, the Vytec will indicate that
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    3. DIVING WITH THE VYTEC This section contains instructions on how to operate the dive computer and interpret its displays. You will find that this dive computer is easy to use and read. Each display shows only the data relevant to that specific diving situation. 3.1. BEFORE DIVING DIVE m ft NO
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    • m • • bar DIVE TIME TIME °C Fig 3.3. Startup III. Surface mode. Depth and dive time are zero and cylinder pressure is 300 bar [4350 psi]. Pressing TIME button activates alternative display of temperature and current time. Fig. 3.4. Startup IV. Gauge mode. m the instrument displays correct units
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    The Battery Power Indicator can always be seen when the Dive Mode is activated. The electroluminescent backlight will be on during the battery check. The following Table and Figure show the various warning levels. TABLE 3.1. BATTERY POWER INDICATOR Display Operation Figure 3.2 BAT + 4 segments + OK
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    If the battery symbol is displayed in the Surface mode or if the display is faded or weak, the battery may be too low to operate the dive computer and battery replacement is recommended. NOTE! For safety reasons the backlight cannot be activated when the low battery warning is indicated by the
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    The surface interval must be at least 5 minutes for a dive to be considered a repetitive dive. Otherwise, it is considered a continuation of the same dive. The dive number will not change and the dive time will continue, where it left off (see also section 3.6.2. “Dive Numbering”). 3.1.4. User
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    3.2.2. Mandatory Safety Stop When the ascent rate exceeds 12 meters/min [40 ft] momentarily or 10 meters/min [33ft] continuously the micro-bubble build-up is predicted to be more than allowed for in the decompression model. The Suunto RGBM calculation model responds to this by adding a Mandatory
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    3.2.3. Deep Stops The Suunto Vytec allows the user to choose a deep stop algorithm instead or the traditional recommended safety stop. Deep Stops are decompression stops that occur deeper than traditional stops, with the purpose of minimizing microbubble formation and excitation. The Suunto RGBM
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    • m MAX AIR TIME C B T NO DEC TIME bar DIVE TIME • • the Personal Adjustment setting on the left side of the center window with a diver symbol and + signs (P0, P1, or P2) (see Table 3.5.) the Diver Attention Symbol if attenuated RGBM has been set (see Table 3.3.) blinking Diver Attention Symbol if
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    shown in the left center window of the display. The calculation is always based on the actual pressure drop in your cylinder and will automatically adapt to your cylinder size and current air consumption. The change in your air consumption will be based on constant one second interval pressure
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    Red Zone – As all of the bars appear (red zone), your no-decompression stop time has become zero and your dive has become a decompression stop dive (for more information see section 3.3.6. “Decompression dives”). 3.3.5. Ascent Rate Indicator The ascent rate is shown graphically along the right side
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    3.3.6. Safety Stops and Deep Stops If Deep Stops are not used a 3 minute Recommended Safety Stop is prompted after every dive to 10m depth (fig. 3.11). Continuous ascent rate violations will result in Mandatory Safety Stops (fig. 3.14). When enabled, Deep stops are calculated. The length of the
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    plus • the time needed to reach the surface after the ceiling and safety stops have been completed. WARNING! YOUR ACTUAL ASCENT TIME MAY BE LONGER THAN DISPLAYED BY THE INSTRUMENT! The ascent time will increase if you: • remain at depth • ascend slower than 10 m/min [33 ft/min] or • make your
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    lift you above the ceiling. Suunto recommends that decompression takes place deeper than 4 m [13 ft], even if the indicated ceiling is shallower. NOTE! It will take more time and more air to decompress below the ceiling than at the ceiling. WARNING! NEVER ASCEND ABOVE THE CEILING! You must not
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    DISPLAY ABOVE THE CEILING m CEILING ASC TIME AIR TIME C B T bar DIVE TIME Fig. 3.16. Decompression dive, below floor. Upward pointing arrow, blinking ASC TIME label and an audible alarm tell you to ascend. Minimum total ascent time including safety stop is 7 minutes. Ceiling is at 3 m [10 ft]. m
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    on Nitrox use result in longer no-decompression times and shallower maximum depths than diving with air. As a safety precaution the oxygen calculations in the computer are made with an oxygen percentage of 1% + setO2% . When the dive computer is set in Nitrox mode the Dive Planning and Dive
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    m MAX O2% NO DEC TIME OLF bar DIVE TIME Fig. 3.22. Diving in Nitrox mode. The O2% is set to 32%. m MAX AIR TIME NO DEC TIME OLF bar DIVE TIME Fig. 3.23. Diving in Nitrox mode. After air time is less than 30 minutes O2% is substituted by Air Time display. m PO2 label NITROX, is shown after
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    After five seconds the display will automatically revert to the original display. m 3.4.3. Oxygen Limit Fraction (OLF) In addition to tracking the diver’s exposure to nitrogen, the instrument tracks the exposure to oxygen, if set to Nitrox mode. These calculations are treated as entirely separate
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    set maximum oxygen partial pressure. Tissue calculation during dive is based on the mix you have selected. The Vytec allows gas change to enabled gas mixes during the dive. Gas change is made by the following procedure: • Press the MODE button until the Vytec starts to show blinking “MIX” instead
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    Tank pressure and ascent rate indicator are also displayed during the dive (Fig. 3.28.). Remaining Air Time, temperature and current time are shown in the alternative display when the TIME button is pressed. m MAX NOTE! If you dive with the Gauge mode, it is not possible to change between the modes
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    Or when the TIME button is pressed once or twice: • the current time, shown as TIME instead of the DIVE TIME • the current temperature with °C for Centigrade [or °F for Fahrenheit] • the surface time in hours and minutes (separated by a colon), telling the duration of the present surface interval
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    in the Planning Mode will increment to the next higher number if another dive is made. TABLE 3.3. WARNING SYMBOLS 3.6.3. Flying After Diving The no-flying time is shown in the center window next to the airplane image. Flying or travelling to a higher altitude should be avoided at any time the
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    • • • If a diver had less than 2 hours total accumulated dive time in the last 48 hours, then a 12 hour surface interval before flying is recommended. Following any dive that required a decompression stop, flying should be delayed for at least 24 hours, and if possible, for 48 hours. Suunto
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    You are able to preset alarms before the actual dive. The user programmable alarms can be set for maximum depth, dive time and time. The alarms activate when: • The preset maximum depth is reached • continuous beep series for 24 seconds or until any button is pressed. • the maximum depth blinks as
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    3.8. HIGH ALTITUDE DIVES AND PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT The dive computer can be adjusted both for diving at altitude and also to increase the conservatism of the mathematical nitrogen model. 3.8.1. Altitude Adjustment When programming the instrument for the correct altitude, you need to select the
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    • • • • • • • cold exposure - water temperature less than 20 °C [68 °F] the diver is below average physical fitness level diver fatigue diver dehydration previous history of DCI stress obesity The Personal Adjustment Mode is indicated by a diver symbol and plus signs (P0 = a diver, P1 = diver +, or
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    mode (RGB50). See Table 3.6. To advise the diver that attenuated RGBM has been set, the Diver Attention Symbol is constantly displayed (Table 3.3.) TABLE 3.6. RGBM MODEL SETTINGS 3.9. ERROR CONDITIONS The dive computer has warning indicators that alert the user to react to certain situations that
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    4. MENU BASED MODES To make yourself familiar with the menu based functions, please use your Quick Reference Guide supplied with the Vytec together with the information in this chapter. The main menu based functions are grouped under 1) memory, 2) dive simulation and 3) setting modes. THE USE OF
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    EXIT / QUIT! By pressing the SMART button for more than 1 second, any menu based function or submode can be quit and the dive computer will return directly to the Dive Mode. THE LIST OF THE MENU BASED MODES 1. MEMORIES AND DATA TRANSFER [1 MEMORY] 1. Logbook and Dive Profile Memory [1 LOGBOOK] 2.
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    4.1. MEMORIES AND DATA TRANSFER [1 MEMORY] The memory options (Fig. 4.5.) for this dive computer include the combined Logbook and Dive Profile Memory (Fig. 4.6. – 4.12.), Dive History Memory (Fig. 4.13. – 4.14.) and the Data Transfer and PC-Interface functions (Fig. 4.15.). The dive entry time and
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    page 2 DIVE S L O MAX W O2% The END text is displayed between the oldest and most recent dive. (Fig. 4.12.) STOP ASC TIME QUIT OLF °C Note that chronological sequence in the logbook is determined by the date, not by the dive number. DIVE TIME Fig. 4.8. Logbook, page II. Main dive related data. page
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    Page III (Fig. 4.9.) • dive number in the dive series • average depth • surface interval time before the dive • DP describing Cylinder pressure drop during the dive (if wireless transmission enabled (HP on)). Page IV (Fig. 4.10.) • dive number in the dive series • the profile of the dive, automatic
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    DIVE PROFILE MEMORY [PROF] DIVE MAX QUIT DIVE TIME Fig. 4.14. Dive History information. Total number of dives, dive hours and maximum depth. SELECT Fig. 4.15. Data Transfer mode. [3 TR-PC]. QUIT OPTIONS Fig. 4.16. Dive Simulation options. [2 SIMUL]. 48 The scrolling of the profile will start
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    4.1.3. Data Transfer and PC-Interface [3 TR-PC] The instrument can be connected to an IBM compatible personal computer (PC), using the optional PC-Interface and software. With the PCInterface unit, dive data from the dive computer can be downloaded to a PC. The PC software can be used for
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    NOTE! While in the Data Transfer mode, the connector/water contacts are used only for the data transfer. The Dive Mode IS NOT automatically activated if the contacts are submerged. SELECT Fig. 4.17. Dive Simulator mode. [1 SIMDIVE]. After you have finished the data transfer, press the SMART (Quit)
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    multiple gas mixes are set they will be changed as soon as allowed maximum depth is reached upon ascent and in the order of: MIX1, MIX2 and MIX3 To enter the Dive Simulator mode select MODE- 2 SIMUL- 1 SIMDIVE (Fig. 4.17. and 4.18.). 4.2.2. Dive Planning Simulator [2 SIMPLAN] The Dive Planning
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    4.3.1. Dive Parameter Settings [1 SET DIVE] OK Fig. 4.23. Setting Altitude adjustment. Press scroll buttons to change altitude mode. OK Fig. 4.24 Setting Personal adjustment. Press scroll buttons to change personal mode. OK Fig. 4.25 Setting RGBM adjustment. Press scroll buttons to change setting.
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    Now you are able to select from the three altitude modes (Fig. 4.23.) and the three personal modes (Fig. 4.24.) and the two RGBM effect, full normal or limited attenuated, modes (Fig. 4.25.) and safety stop/deepstop 1 or 2 minutes (Fig. 4.25b). Dive Time Alarm Setting [2 d ALARM] The
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    m PO2 O2% OK Fig. 4.28. Setting primary gas mix (MIX1). Oxygen percentage is 32%, oxygen partial pressure limit is 1.4 bar. The equivalent maximum depth is displayed as 32.8 m [107 ft]. Press scroll buttons to change oxygen percentage and to set oxygen partial setting value. Accept settings by
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    NOTE! When the backlight turned OFF, it does not illuminate when an alarm is given. Dive Computer Units Setting [2 UNITS] OK To enter the Dive Computer Units Setting mode, select MODE- 3 SET- 3 SET PREF- 2 UNITS. This will enable you to choose between metric and imperial units (Fig.
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    5. CARE AND MAINTENANCE This SUUNTO dive computer is a sophisticated precision instrument. Though designed to withstand the rigors of scuba diving you must treat it with proper care and caution as any other precision instrument. 5.1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION WATER CONTACTS AND PUSH BUTTONS
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    • • • • Protect the unit from shock, extreme heat, direct sunlight, and chemical attack. The dive computer cannot withstand the impact of heavy objects like scuba cylinders, nor chemicals like gasoline, cleaning solvents, aerosol sprays, adhesive agents, paint, acetone, alcohol etc. Chemical
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    computer, there is a leak. A leak must be corrected without delay, as moisture will seriously damage the unit, even beyond repair. SUUNTO does not take any responsibility for damage caused by moisture in the dive computer, if the instructions of this manual are not carefully followed. In case of a
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    TOOLS REQUIRED • • • A flat 1.5 mm screwdriver or a special tool for spring bars (K5857). Soft cloth for cleaning. Needlenose pliers or large screwdriver for turning securing ring. BATTERY REPLACEMENT The battery and the buzzer are located in the back of the instrument in a separate compartment, the
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    8. Check the condition of the O-ring; a defective O-ring may indicate sealing or other problems. Dispose the old O-ring, even if it seems to be in good condition. 9. Check that the battery compartment, battery holder and lid are clean. Clean with soft cloth if necessary. 10. Gently insert the new
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    • Assemble the shorter part of the strap. Use the spring bar tool or small screwdriver to compress the spring bars. Make sure that the spring bars get fully seated so they will not come off their holes. Console model: • Refit the dive computer in the console according the instructions of the
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    CAUTION! Defects caused by improper battery installation are not covered by the warranty. BATTERY KIT The transmitter battery kit includes a 3.0 V CR ˚ AA lithium cell battery and a lubricated O-ring. When handling the battery do not make contact with both of the poles at the same time. Do not
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    NOTE! It is imperative to wait at least 30 seconds before re-installing the transmitter battery. When the battery is re-installed the transmitter sends an overpressure (“---“) signal on code 12 for 10 seconds, after which it goes to normal operation, and shuts down after 5min. 9. Check that the new
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    TABLE 6.1. NO-DECOMPRESSION TIME LIMITS (MIN) FOR VARIOUS DEPTHS (M) FOR THE FIRST DIVE OF A SERIES Personal Mode / Altitude Mode Depth [m] P0/A0 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 -124 72 52 37 29 23 18 13 11 9 7 6 P0/A1 P0/A2 163 89 57 39 29 24 18 14 11 9 8 6 5 130 67 43 30 23 19 15 12 9 8 6 5
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    Before high altitude diving, the instrument must be set to the Altitude Adjustment mode to adjust the calculations for the new altitude. The maximum partial pressures of nitrogen allowed by the mathematical model of the dive computer are reduced according to the lower ambient pressure. As a result,
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    Also on repetitive dives adjustment may be applied to the maximum allowable nitrogen overpressure in each theoretical tissue group. Depending on circumstances Suunto RGBM will adapt the decompression obligations by doing any or all of the following: • Reducing no-decompression stop dive times •
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    • • • the blinking of the bar graph stops, when the PO2 is below 0.5 bar audible alarms are given and the actual PO2 value blinks when it exceeds the preset limit in dive planning the maximum depth according to the O2% and maximum PO2 selected. 6.4. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Dimensions and weight:
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    Other displays: • Dive time: • • • • • • 0 to 999 min, counting starts and stops at 1.2 m [4 ft] depth. Surface time: 0 to 99 h 59 min. Dive counter: 0 to 99 for repetitive dives. No-decompression time: 0 to 199 min (- - after 199). Ascent time: 0 to 99 min (- - after 99). Ceiling depths: 3.0 to
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    • and dive violations. The “M” values are tracked up to 100 hours after a dive. The EAN and oxygen exposure calculations are based on recommendations by R.W. Hamilton, PhD and currently accepted exposure time limit tables and principles. Battery Vytec: • One 3 V lithium battery: CR 2450 (K5597) and
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    The following conditions have an affect on the expected battery lifetime: • The length of the dives. • The condition in which the unit is operated and stored (e.g. temperature/cold conditions). Below 10°C [50°F] the expected battery lifetime is about 50-75% of that at 20°C [68°F]. • The use of the
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    made at the owner’s expense. This warranty is non-transferable from the original owner. All implied warranties, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited from date of purchase and in scope to the warranties expressed
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    8.2. SUUNTOSPORTS.COM SECTIONS SuuntoSports.com includes three sections with several functions. The following paragraphs describe only the basic functions of SuuntoSports. com. You can find detailed descriptions of all the site functions and activities and step-by-step instructions for using them
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    All groups have a home page that displays information about group events and includes news, noticeboard and other information. Group members can also use group-specific bulletin boards, chat rooms and group calendars, and add links and create group activities. Sport Forums SuuntoSports.com has its
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    9. GLOSSARY Air Time The amount of dive time remaining, based on a calculation of cylinder pressure and ambient pressure and present air consumption. Altitude dive A dive made at an elevation greater than 300 m [1000 ft] above sea level. Ascent rate The speed at which the diver ascends toward the
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    Decompression Time spent at a decompression stop or range before surfacing, to allow absorbed nitrogen to escape naturally from tissues. Decompression range On a decompression stop dive the depth range, between the floor and ceiling, within which a diver must stop for some time during ascent.
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    Half-time After a change in ambient pressure, the amount of time required for the partial pressure of nitrogen in a theoretical compartment to go half-way from its previous value to saturation at the new ambient pressure. HP Abbreviation for high pressure (= cylinder pressure). Multi-level dive A
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    O2% Oxygen percentage or oxygen fraction in the breathing gas. Standard air has 21% oxygen. Oxygen partial pressure Limits the maximum depth to which the used Nitrox mixture can safely be used. The maximum partial pressure limit for enriched air diving is 1.4 bar. The contingency partial pressure
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    Tissue group Theoretical concept used to model bodily tissues for the construction of decompression tables or calculations. Whole-Body Toxicity Another form of oxygen toxicity, which is caused by prolonged exposure to high oxygen partial pressures. The most common symptoms are irritation in the
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    DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE Please dispose of the device in an appropriate way, treating it as electronic waste. Do not throw it in the garbage. If you wish, you may return the device to your nearest Suunto dealer. 80
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    SELECT OK sample rate 10, 20, 30, 60 s OK AIR,NITROX, GAUGE 4 REC 5 MODEL SELECT QUIT SELECT 2 SET TIME OK SELECT SELECT OK OK METRIC IMPERIAL OK QUIT OK OK QUIT OK decrease depth OK minutes on / off hours OK OK SELECT day OK month year 2 Adj DATE QUIT OK OK SELECT descend min hours OK 24h / AM /
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    Printed in Finland 08.2005 / Esa Print Oy / 151047
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    www.suunto.com Made in Finland © Suunto Oy 01 / 2004, 08 / 2005
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