Scubapro-uwatec Aladin TEC2G
TEC 2G is a clear example of relentless development at UWATEC. TEC 2G combines this sophisticated algorithm with the compact size and accessibility of the Aladin line. Unique within the Aladin line, TEC 2G offers specific features for technical divers who want total freedom in full safety. Gauge mode: operates as technical depth gauge to a depth of 394ft, with one-press stopwatch function. Unique in the diving industry, in this mode it displays a continuously updated average depth, which can be ... Read more
Part Number: 05.035.120
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Instructions for manual input Press left push button Press and hold (1 second) left push button Press right push button Press and hold (1 second) right push button
Press and hold (1 second) both push buttons
Time out after 5 seconds without operation. Display switches back to original indication.
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Time of day / Date Decompression depth / Level stop depth Setting icon Desaturation time (DESAT) Service icon Duration of no-dive warning Duration of surface interval Current depth Altitude sections Date icon Decompression stop obligation / Ignored decompression stop Decompression stop indicator Level stop indicator Decompression stop duration Level stop duration MB level icon (input / MB level reduced) O2 mix icon (input) Max depth Temperature MB level Maximum Operating Depth (MOD) Average depth Dive number
Do not fly icon No-dive warning Dive time / No-fly time / SOS duration Repetitive dive number Battery icon No-stop indicator Ascent time icon No-stop time / Total ascent time MB no-stop time Partial pressure of oxygen ppO2 Alarm clock icon / Infrared icon Nitrogen loading bar (dive) Residual Nitrogen bar (surface) Desaturation Battery condition O2 mix Oxygen toxicity CNS O2% Ascent rate Icon for stopwatch and safety stop timer AM/PM icon Desaturation icon
DECO STOP STOP
S L O W
Too fast ascent Average depth icon Gauge icon
Logbook icon Dive planner icon
"->" means "more information at page"
Off (Desat. time CNS O2% Date Battery condition ) ->14 ->15 ->15
Time of day display Gas 1 O% ->20 Gas d O% ->37 MB Level L0-L ->32 Gauge mode on / off ->30 Altitude ->29 (adjustment ->45) Set ->48 Set 1 ->45 Dive planner ->41 Logbook ->43
Depth alarm Dive time alarm ->45 ->46 ->46 ->46 ->46 ->46 ->46
Enter Scroll / Change setting Backlight Exit
Alarm clock UTC time zone Time of day 24h / AM PM Date Display contrast IrDA speed
->48 ->48 ->48 ->49 ->49 ->49 ->49 ->50 ->50
Safety stop duration ppO2 max Reset to air Deco gas on/off Unit system
Salt / fresh water ->46 Backlight duration ->47 Attention beep on /off Water contacts on /off ->47 ->47
2 Attention messages and alarms 2.1 Attention messages 2.2 Alarms 3 Preparation for the dive 3.1 Setting the gas mixture and ppO2max 3.2 Setting the MB level 3.3 Preparation for diving with two mixtures 3.4 Preparation for the dive and function check
4 Functions during the dive 4.1 Immersion 4.2 Setting bookmarks 4.3 Dive time 4.4 Current depth / O2% mix 4.5 Max depth / Temperature 4.6 Ascent rate 4.7 Partial pressure of oxygen (ppO2 max) / Maximum Operating Depth (MOD) 4.8 Oxygen toxicity (CNS O2%) 4.9 Nitrogen loading bar graph 4.10Decompression information 4.11Safety stop timer 5 Functions at the surface 5.1 End of a dive
____________________________________ 4 ____________________________________ 5 ____________________________________ 7
5.2 Residual nitrogen bar graph 5.3 Desaturation time, No-fly time and No-dive warning 6 Diving in mountain lakes 6.1 Altimeter 6.2 Altitude ranges 6.3 Prohibited altitude 6.4 Decompression dives in mountain lakes ___________________________________ 28 ___________________________________ 28 ___________________________________ 29 ___________________________________ 29 ___________________________________ 29 ___________________________________ 29 ___________________________________ 29 ___________________________________ 30
IV Gauge mode
V Diving with microbubble (MB) levels ___________________________________ Comparison of dives with MB level L0 and MB level L5 ___________________________________ Terminology 2.1 Display during MB no-stop phase 2.2 Display during level stop phase 3 Preparation for a dive with MB levels 3.1 Setting the MB level 4 Functions during the dive with MB levels 4.1 Level stop information 4.2 Total time of ascent 4.3 Decompression obligation 4.4 Level stop and deco stop ___________________________________ 33 ___________________________________ 33 ___________________________________ 33 ___________________________________ 34 ___________________________________ 34 ___________________________________ 34 ___________________________________ 34 ___________________________________ 35 ___________________________________ 35 ___________________________________ 36 ___________________________________ 36 ___________________________________ 37 ___________________________________ 41 ___________________________________ 41 ___________________________________ 42 ___________________________________ 42 ___________________________________ 43 ___________________________________ 43 ___________________________________ 43 ___________________________________ 45 ___________________________________ 45 ___________________________________ 45 ___________________________________ 48 ___________________________________ 51 ___________________________________ 51 ___________________________________ 51 ___________________________________ 51 ___________________________________ 53 ___________________________________ 53
5 Complete a dive with MB levels VI Diving with two gas mixtures VII Dive planner 1 Planning a no-stop dive 2 Planning a decompression dive 3 Leaving the dive planner VIIILogbook 1 Survey 2 Operation IX 3 X Settings Altitude adjustment Menu "set 1" Menu "set 2" Appendix Technical information Maintenance 2.1 Replacing the battery Warranty Index
II System and operation 1 System description
Infrared Interface (option)
On page 5 and 14 you will find an operating schematic. 2.1 Push buttons Aladin can be operated with two push buttons ( ). Operation of the push buttons is divided into "press" ( / ) and "press and hold (1 second)" ( / ). At the surface: / Switch on Aladin (time of day display) Comparable to the ENTER or RETURN key of a keyboard Enter into the displayed sub menu Open the displayed setting Confirm or enter the displayed value or setting / Scroll through a menu / Once entered with into a sub menu or setting: Increase ( ) or decrease ( ) the indicated value Change the setting Operate the backlight Exit the current function or menu and switch to the time of day display Switch off Aladin Under water: Access alternate displays Set bookmark Operate the backlight Activate the safety stop timer (dive mode only, in depths < 6.5m /20ft)
Push Buttons Water Contacts
Gauge mode (stopwatch): Restart Diving with two mixtures: Initiate switch to gas D or gas 1 Interrupt switching process Confirm switch to gas D or gas 1
II UWATEC Aladin TEC 2G
Aladin displays all important dive and decompression data and has a memory which stores the full dive data. The data can be transmitted with an infrared interface (IrDA) and SmartTRAK software to a Windows personal computer. SmartTRAK software CD is included with the Aladin package. Infrared interfaces are available in PC stores; a list of recommended interfaces is available on our website (www.scubapro-uwatec.com).
2.2 Water contacts On submerging in water the water contacts switch on Aladin automatically. If you have chosen the option "Water contacts off" ("set 1", ->47), Aladin will turn on with a delay of up to 1 minute into the dive. This will affect functioning of the computer. Make sure that the computer is on before starting the dive.
* Only displayed if there is a remaining saturation due to the last dive or change of altitude.
Residual nitrogen bar
Desaturation time Oxygen toxicity
For the calculations of the desaturation and no-fly time it is assumed that the diver breathes air while on the surface.
2.7 Checking the surface interval From the time of day display you can check the surface interval by pushing (logbook menu). The surface interval is the time since the end of the last dive and is displayed as long as there is remaining saturation. Surface interval
2.9 Checking the battery condition From the time of day display you can check the battery condition by pushing 2x or 3 x (depending on whether there is desaturation time left). Aladin displays the estimated remaining battery performance for 5 seconds as a bar graph. If the bar graph shows 3 segments the battery warning appears ->19 and the battery has to be replaced ->51. If the bar graph shows 2 segments, the battery Battery condition / symbol will blink, on the surface and in dive WARNING performance mode, to alert the diver of a dangerous situation: the battery may not have enough energy to finish a dive. Replace the battery when the steady battery symbol appears (3 segments)!
The temperature influences the battery performance. In cold water it is lower than in warm water. If the battery shows 4 segments on the surface, it is possible for it to drop to 3 segments during the dive. If this is the case, the backlight will be temporarily disabled. See below.
Battery performance high enough for diving. Battery warning appears. Backlight deactivated. Replace the battery! ->51
Bar graph interpretation 2.10 Active backlight
Flashing battery warning. Audible alarms and attention messages disabled! Backlight deactivated! Risk of computer malfunction. Do not let the battery reach this condition!
Diving not possible, dive planner and settings are disabled
Aladin marks dives started with 3 or less segments in the logbook with the battery symbol. Logbook information is not lost even when the battery is removed for a long time. The display of Aladin can be illuminated both on the surface and underwater. The backlight can be activated by pushing. The light will turn off automatically. The default duration is 6 seconds. The duration can be changed in "set 1" (->47) or with SmartTRAK between 2 and 12 seconds. It can also be set to "push on / push off", in which case the light stays on until you turn it off by pressing again. The backlight can only be activated if the computer display is on. Repeated activation of the backlight will reduce battery life.
4.6 Ascent rate
Optimal ascent rate varies depending on depth between 7 and 20m/min (23 and 67ft/min). It is displayed as a percent of the reference variable ascent rate. If the ascent rate is greater than 100% of the set value, the black arrow "SLOW" appears. If the ascent rate exceeds 140%, the arrow starts flashing. Aladin provides an audible alarm if the ascent rate is 110% or greater. The intensity of the alarm increases in direct proportion to the degree that the prescribed ascent rate is exceeded. The prescribed ascent rate must be observed at all times! Exceeding the prescribed ascent rate can lead to microbubbles in the arterial circulation which can lead to serious injury or death due to decompression sickness. In case of an improper ascent Aladin may require a decompression stop even within the no-stop phase because of the danger of microbubble formation. The decompression duration necessary for the prevention of microbubbles can increase massively if the ascent rate is exceeded. From great depth a slow ascent may cause heightened saturation of tissues and an extension of both decompression duration and total ascent time. At shallow depth, a slow ascent may shorten the decompression duration. Display of the ascent rate has the priority over "CNS O2".
Reduce ascent rate Excessive ascent rates for longer periods are entered in the logbook.
The following ascent rates correspond to the 100% value in Aladin.
depth (m) speed (m/min) depth (ft) speed (ft/min)
<88 <101 <115 <128 <144 <164 >164
4.7 Partial pressure of oxygen (ppO2max) / Maximum Operating Depth (MOD) The maximum partial pressure of oxygen ppO2max (default 1.4bar) determines 4s the Maximum Operating Depth (MOD). Diving deeper than the MOD will expose the diver to oxygen partial pressures higher than the set maximum level. The ppO2max and consequently the MOD can be reduced manually (->20, setting the gas mixture, point 5). CNS O % In addition the maximum allowed ppO2 can be set by means of SmartTRAK or with "set 1" between 1.2 to 1.6bar ->46.
Max Operating Depth MOD The MOD is a function of ppO2max and the mixture used. If during the dive the MOD is reached or exceeded Aladin sends an audible attention message and the MOD is displayed (flashing) in the lower left corner. Ascend to a depth shallower than the displayed MOD in order to diminish the danger of oxygen poisoning.
Total ascent time
On all dives with Aladin, make a safety stop for at least three minutes at a depth of 5m (15ft).
4.11 Safety stop timer
The safety stop timer displays the time span a diver should spend at the safety stop depth at the end of the dive. The timer is activated by the diver and counts back from 3 minutes (default) to zero. It can be restarted any number of times. The duration of the timer can be set between 1 and 5 minutes. The safety stop timer can be activated under the following conditions: depth <6.5m (21ft), no-stop display 99min, gauge mode is switched off. Activate the safety stop timer by pressing. The timer begins to count backwards and a bookmark will be created in the dive profile. If you press again, the timer will start again from the full value. The safety stop timer will switch off automatically if the depth exceeds 6.5m (21ft) or the no-stop phase is shorter than 99 minutes.
Safety stop icons Remaining Minutes time span Seconds
5 Functions at the surface
5.1 End of a dive
After reaching the surface (<0.8m/3ft) Aladin remains in dive mode for 5 minutes. The delay allows for surfacing for a short period for orientation. After 5 minutes the dive is closed and it is entered into the logbook. The time of day is then displayed for 3 minutes, after which the computer turns off.
Depth less than 0.8m (3ft)
5.2 Residual nitrogen bar graph The segments in the residual nitrogen bar graph will gradually turn off as Aladin follows the offgassing of your tissues during your surface interval. There is a 1:1 equivalence in the meaning of the segments between diving and surface. Thus, on a repetitive dive the bar will resume from its status on the surface just prior to the dive. There are two exceptions however: the uppermost segment will stay lit until the desaturation time is completely extinguished. This is done to show that there is desaturation time left and that a dive started at this point will be logged as a repetitive dive. If the remaining desaturation time is very short, this segment could however at first disappear during the dive; during the 24 hours of an SOS-lock, all segments will stay on. 5.3 Desaturation time, No-fly time and No-dive warning 5 minutes after a dive Aladin shows the time of day, the "do not fly time", the No-fly time no-dive warning (if applicable), the current altitude range and the prohibited Do not fly icon altitude range (->29). No-dive No-fly time is the time in hours that should pass before a flight and is diswarning played and adjusted until the value becomes 0 hours.
Flying while Aladin displays "do not fly" may lead to serious injury or death from decompression sickness. If the "no-dive" warning is visible during the surface interval, the diver should not undertake another dive.
Time of day Residual nitrogen bar Ascent to altitude range 4 prohibited
To check the remaining desaturation time and oxygen toxicity press.
To check the elapsed surface interval press.
Oxygen toxicity Desaturation time is determined either by oxygen toxicity, nitrogen saturation or the regression of microbubbles, depending on which requires the longer time.
If Aladin detects a situation of increased risk (due to the potential of microbubble accumulation from previous dives or a CNS O2 level above 40%), the no-dive symbol will appear on the display. The duration of the no-dive warning is visible in the dive planner menu. Aladin recommends this as minimum surface interval in order to reduce the number of microbubbles and/or to reduce the CNS O2 level below 40%. You should not undertake a dive as long as the no-dive warning message is displayed on the computer screen. If the warning is prompted by microbubble accumulation (as opposed to CNS O2 over 40%) and you dive anyway, you will have shorter no-stop times or longer decompression times. Moreover, the duration of the no-dive warning at the end of the dive can increase considerably.
6 Diving in mountain lakes
6.1 Altimeter 6.2 Altitude ranges Altitude icon Altitude range 2
The altitude adjustment ->45 does not affect altitude ranges nor any calculations. Aladin measures the atmospheric pressure every 60 seconds even while the display is switched off. If the computer detects a sufficient increase in altitude, it switches on automatically and indicates the new altitude range (1-4) and the desaturation time. Desaturation time indicated at this moment refers to adaptation time at this altitude. If the dive starts within this adaptation time, Aladin treats it as a repetitive dive, since the body is offgassing. Altitude is divided into five ranges, which are influenced by barometric pressure. That is why the defined altitude ranges overlap on their fringes. If a mountain lake is reached, the altitude range is indicated at the surface (time of day display), in the logbook and in the dive planner by a stylised mountain and the current altitude range. Sea level to an altitude of approximately 1000m (3300ft) is not indicated. In the following Switching at approx. diagram, you can see the No deco data approximate breakdown 610mbar gauge mode 4000m 8.85psi of the altitude ranges: 13120ft
Switching process initiated MOD gas d
VII Dive planner
Aladin has a dive planner which allows the planning of no-stop dives and decompression dives. Basis of the planning: selected fraction of oxygen and MOD selected water type selected MB level water temperature of the most recent dive altitude range (if any) status of saturation at the time the dive planner is selected assuming a normal workload of the diver and observance of the prescribed ascent rates assumption: the change to gas D is performed at the selected MOD of gas D.
1 Planning a no-stop dive
To select the dive planner Aladin must be in user mode (time of day display). Push or until the symbol for the dive planner appears. (The dive planner cannot be selected in gauge mode.) Select dive planner or until
The no-dive warning and its duration are displayed if Aladin detects an increased risk due to the accumulation of microbubbles. No-dive warning (Do Not Dive) Duration of the warning
Enter the dive planner if rep. dive
Dive planner icon
Enter the dive planner with
No-stop time or MB no-stop time
Input of the surface interval by pushing /
The input window for the time interval is displayed if there was a remaining desaturation (DESAT) before the dive planner has been selected. This surface interval between now and the beginning of the dive can be changed with and in steps of 15 minutes. Aladin displays the CNS O2% value and the altitude section to which you may not rise at the end of the selected surface interval.
If the no-dive warning and its duration has been displayed, Aladin proposes this time rounded up to the next 15 minutes as surface interval. If the proposed interval is shortened, the no-dive warning appears.
CNS O2% Set desired depth ( and ) Icon for MB level L1-L5
Confirm the displayed interval with (if applicable). With and set the depth for which you want to know the no-stop time. If an MB level has been selected (L1-L5), the MB no-stop time is shown. Depths deeper than the MOD for the selected gas (O2 mix) are not displayed. If the deco gas option is turned on, only the depth between the MOD of gas 1 and the MOD of gas D are displayed.
On page 28 you will find further information and safety considerations regarding the no-dive warning.
VII UWATEC Aladin TEC 2G
VII Dive planner 2 Planning a decompression dive
If you chose the option "Water contacts off", Aladin will turn on with a delay of up to 1 minute into the dive. This will affect functioning of the computer. Make sure that the computer is on before starting the dive.
1. Confirm that you wish to change the setting of the water contacts by pushing. "On" or "off" starts to flash. 2. Switch between "on" or "off" by pressing 3. Confirm the setting with.
Resetting the remaining saturation
Diving after a reset of the remaining saturation may lead you into potentially hazardous situations which could result in death or serious injury. After a reset of the remaining saturation do not dive for at least 48 hours. If you dive after resetting the remaining saturation the computer will miscalculate your decompression, which may result in serious injury or death. Reset the remaining saturation only if you know you will not be diving, flying or going to higher altitude for the next 48 hours. Resetting the desaturation should only be done when there is a valid reason, e.g. loaning the computer to somebody who has not dived in 48 hours or more. When the computer itself has remaining saturation you must assume full responsibility for the consequences of resetting the remaining saturation.
. "On" 1. Confirm that you wish to reset the displayed saturation by pushing starts to flash. 2. Switch between "on" or "off" by pressing. 3. Confirm the setting with. If you have selected "off", "Code" and "000" appear. 4. Set the first digit by pushing and. Confirm with. Repeat point 4 for the next 2 digits. If you entered the right code the desaturation will be reset to zero (desat off) Code: 313
Setting the backlight duration 1. Confirm that you wish to change the duration of the backlight illumination by pushing. The value starts to flash. (2-12s or push on/push off) 2. Change the duration with 3. Confirm it with.
3 Menu set 2 With menu "set 2" or SmartTRAK you can configure the following items: Setting Alarm clock UTC zone Time of day 24 or AM/PM setting Date Display contrast IrDA speed (set 2 only) Sound Show Aladin electronic ID
Range 0 - 23h 59min, on/off 13hrs, increments: 15min hours:minutes 24 (off) / AM/PM (on) 1 (low) -12 (high) low / high on / off or
Default 12:00, off
4 low on until "set 2"
Confirm that you wish to enter into the menu of "set 2" by pushing and
Setting the alarm clock time The alarm clock goes off only at the surface. "Sound" must be turned "on" in "set 2". 1. Confirm that you wish to set the alarm time by pushing. The hours start to flash. 2. Set the hours by pushing or. 3. Confirm the setting with. The minutes start to flash. 4. Set the minutes by pushing or. 5. Confirm the setting with. "On" or "off" starts to flash. ), "off" indicates 6. "On" indicates "activated" (time of day display shows "deactivated". Switch between "on" or "off" by pressing 7. Confirm the selected status with. Setting the UTC offset (coordinated universal time) This setting allows you to quickly set the watch to a new time zone without affecting the actual time setting. 1. Confirm that you wish to set the UTC offset by pushing. The hours start to flash. 2. Set the hours by pushing or (13hrs). 3. Confirm the setting with. The minutes start to flash. 4. Set the minutes in increments of 15 minutes by pushing or. 5. Confirm the selected status with. Adjusting the time of day You can adjust it to your time zone either in this menu or using the UTC offset (see above). 1. Confirm that you wish to adjust the time of day by pushing. The hours start to flash. 2. Set the hours by pushing or. Time of day 3. Confirm the setting with. The minutes start to flash. 4. Set the minutes by pushing or. 5. Confirm the setting with.
Selecting 24 hours or AM/PM setting 1. Confirm that you wish to change the setting by pushing starts to flash. 2. Switch with between "on" (AM/PM) and "off" (24h). 3. Confirm the setting with.
. "On" or "off"
The 24h - AM/PM setting influences the display of the date (see below). Adjusting the date Date (24h setting)
Day / Month / Year Date (AM/PM setting)
1. Confirm that you wish to adjust the date by pushing. The first day (month) starts to flash. 2. Set the day (month) by pushing or. 3. Confirm the setting with. The month (day) starts to flash. 4. Set the month (day) by pushing or. 5. Confirm the setting with. The year starts to flash. 6. Set the year by pushing or. 7. Confirm the setting with.
Month / Day / Year Adjusting the display contrast 1. Confirm that you wish to adjust the display contrast by pushing The current setting starts to flash. 2. Set the contrast by pushing or. Low contrast: (1), high contrast: (12) 3. Confirm the setting with.
Selecting the IrDA speed The default setting is low. For faster downloads you can set it to high, but not all IrDA interfaces are compatible with high. 1. Confirm that you wish to change the IrDA speed by pushing. "Lo" (low) or "hi" (high) starts to flash. 2. Switch with between low and high. 3. Confirm the setting with. Low: 9600 bits/second High: max bits/second
Switching the sound on and off If you turn off the sound, the buzzer is effectively deactivated. You will have no audible warnings (alarms and attention messages)! Without audible warning you could get into potentially hazardous situations, which could result in death or serious injury. You must assume full responsibility for turning off the sound. "On" or "off" 1. Confirm that you wish to change the setting by pushing starts to flash. 2. Switch with between "on" and "off". 3. Confirm the setting with. If you have selected "off", "Code" and "000" appear. 4. Set the first digit by pushing and. Confirm with. Repeat point 4 for the next 2 digits. If you entered the right code the sound will be turned off. Code: 313 Setting the "sound" to "off" applies also to surface functions (mountain alarm, wake-up alarm, change of altitude range).
Showing the hardware electronic ID of Aladin This number is needed when reporting problems or for other maintenance related issues.
Active backlight________________________ 15, Alarm clock_ __________________________ 16, Altimeter______________________________ 29, AM/PM__________________________________ Ascent rate_ __________________________ 19, _ Audible attention signals________________ 19, Backlight_ ____________________________ 15, _ Battery alarm_____________________________ Battery condition, Checking the___________ Battery lifetime____________________________ Battery replacement_______________________ Beep, Switch off the_____________________ Changing the gas mixture_ _________________ CNS O2_ ______________________ 17, 18, 19, _ Date_ ________________________________ 15, Deco data during decompression phase___ 17, Deco data during no-stop phase_ ________ 17, Decompression stop, Ignored__________ 19, Depth, current____________________________ Display contrast __________________________ Depth alarm _ _________________________ 23, Desaturation time_ _____________________ 14, Desaturation, reset the________________ 47, Dive_____________________________________ Dive planner______________________________ Dive time_ _______________________________ _ Dive time alarm________________________ 22, Dive, end of a dive_ _______________________ E3, E6 error code_________________________ Electronic ID______________________________ Fly, no-fly time_________________________ 14, Gas mixture, Setting_____________________ Gauge mode_____________________________ IrDA___________________________________ 9, Light_ ________________________________ 15, Logbook_________________________________ Maintenance_ ____________________________
Max depth____________________________ 17, 23 Microbubbles__________________________ 32-36 MOD_______________________18, 19, 20, 25, 37 Mountain lakes, Diving in _ _______________ 29 Nitrogen loading bar graph _________________ 26 Nitrox _______________________________ 18 No-dive warning_ ______________________ 28, 41 No-stop time______________________ 17, 26, 32 O2% mix, Set up_____________________ 20, 37 O2 fraction_ ____________________ 17, 18, 20, 37 O2 partial pressure_ ________________ 18, 19, 25 _ O2 partial pressure, maximum__18, 20, 25, 37, 46 O2 toxicity_________________________ 18, 19, 25 Operating Aladin____________________ 4, 5, 6, 9 PC, transfer to PC (logbook)______________ 9, 10 ppO2, see O2 partial pressure Push buttons____________________________ 4, 9 Reset to air_ _____________________________ 46 _ Residual Nitrogen bar graph ______ _________ 28 _ Safety stop timer_______________________ 27, 46 Set 1 _______________________________ 45 Set 2 _______________________________ 48 Setting the ppO2max_______________ 20, 37, 46 SmartTRAK_ ________________________9, 10, 43 Sound, on /off_________________________ 19, 50 SOS mode_______________________________ 16 Stopwatch_______________________________ 31 Surface interval____________________ 14, 41, 43 Switching on/off the deco gas mixture________ 46 System___________________________________ 9 Technical information_ _____________________ 51 Time of day (display)____________________ 13, 48 Unit system_ _____________________________ 46 UTC_ ___________________________________ 48 _ Warnings_ _______________________________ 19 Water contacts_ _______________________ 10, 47 Water type_______________________________ 46
The warranty only covers dive computers which have been bought from an authorised SCUBAPRO UWATEC retailer. The warranty is given for a period of two years. Repairs or replacements during the warranty period do not increase the warranty period. In order to put forward a warranty claim: send the dive computer together with a dated receipt of the purchase to your authorised retailer or an authorised servicing point. UWATEC reserves the right to determine the merits of a warranty claim and to determine whether the computer will be repaired or replaced.
UWATEC AG, Riedstrasse 368 CH-5705 Hallwil, Switzerland
TEC 2G is a clear example of relentless development at UWATEC. TEC 2G combines this sophisticated algorithm with the compact size and accessibility of the Aladin line. Unique within the Aladin line, TEC 2G offers specific features for technical divers who want total freedom in full safety. Gauge mode: operates as technical depth gauge to a depth of 394ft, with one-press stopwatch function. Unique in the diving industry, in this mode it displays a continuously updated average depth, which can be reset by the diver at any time. Bookmark function during dive: highlight specific moments with a simple button press and add comments in the SmartTRAK profile later. Altimeter: accurately measures altitude with a 50ft resolution. The altitude alarm (patent pending) alerts the diver when approaching an altitude incompatible with saturation status due to a recent dive.
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