Aqualung i100 Dive Computer Owner’s Manual

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This PDF user manual is for the Aqualung i100 dive computer.

Aqualung i100 Dive Computer

The i100 is intended for use by recreational divers who have successfully completed a internationally recognized course in scuba diving (for air use) and diving with enriched nitrogen-oxygen (nitrox) breathing gas mixtures (for nitrox use).

Remember that technology is no substitute for common sense. The dive computer only provides the person using it with data, not the knowledge to use it. Remember also that the dive computer does not actually measure and test the composition of your body tissue and blood. Using an Aqua Lung dive computer, just as using any other Decompression Tables, is no guarantee of avoiding decompression sickness. Every diver’s physiology is different and can even vary from day to day. No machine can predict how your body will react to a particular dive profile

Read and understand this manual thoroughly before using the i100.

(PDF) OWNER’S MANUAL (EN)

CONTENTS:

NOTICES

RESPONSIBLE COMPUTER DIVING

WARNINGS

GETTING STARTED
– Basics
– Activation
– Display Icons
– Control Button
– Button Functions

DIVE FEATURES
– DTR (Dive Time Remaining)
– No Deco
– O2 Min (Oxygen Time Remaining)
– Bar Graphs
– Asc Bar Graph
– N2 Bar Graph
– Algorithm
– CF (Conservative Factor)
– Deep Stop
– Safety Stop
– Low Battery While On The Surface
– Low Battery During A Dive
– Audible Alarm

DIVE SURFACE MODE
– ON THE SURFACE BEFORE A DIVE
– ALT 1 (LAST)
– ALT 2
– ALT 3
– FLY/SAT (DESAT)
– DIVE SURF MAIN MENU
– PLAN
– LOG
– SET GAS
– SET AL (ALARMS)
1. AUD AL (Audible Alarms)
2. DEPTH AL (Depth Alarm)
3. EDT AL (Elapsed Dive Time Alarm)
4. N2 AL (Nitrogen Alarm)
5. DTR AL (Dive Time Remaining Alarm)
– SET UTIL (Utilities)
1. H2O Type (Water Type)
2. H2O Act (Water Activation)
3. Units (Imp/Met)
4. Deep Stop
5. Safe (Safety) Stop
6. CF (Conservative Factor)
– SET TIME
– SET MODE
– TOT DIVES (HISTORY)
– SN (SERIAL NUMBER)

DIVE OPERATION
– Initiating A Dive
– No Deco Dive Main
– Gas Menu
– Dive Alt 1
– Dive Alt 2
– Deep Stop Preview
– Deep Stop Main
– Safety Stop Main
– Surfacing
– Gas Switches
– Overview
– Decompression
– Decompression Entry
– Gas Switch Warning
– Decompression Stop Main
– CV (Conditional Violation)
– DV 1 (Delayed Violation 1)
– DV 2 (Delayed Violation 2)
– DV 3 (Delayed Violation 3)
– VGM (Violation Gauge Mode) During A Dive
– VGM (Violation Gauge Mode) On The Surface
– High PO2
– High O2 SAT (OXYGEN SATURATION): Alarm, PO2 During Deco, Warning, Alarm, Warning During Deco, Alarm During Deco, Alarm On Surface

GAUGE MODE
– On The Surface Before A Dive
– Gauge Surf Main Menu
– Initiating A Dive
– Gauge Dive Main
– Gauge Dive Alt 1
– DV 3 (Delayed Violation 3)

FREE MODE
– Free Dive Mode Details
– On The Surface Before A Dive
– ALT 1 (LAST)
– ALT 2
– Free Surf Main Menu
– CDT FREE (Countdown Timer)
– SET FREE AL (Alarms): 1. EDT (Elapsed Dive Time) Alarm; 2. DEPTH AL (Alarm) 1-3.
– SET MODE
– Shared Settings
– Initiating A Dive
– Free Dive Main
– ALT 1
– ALT 2
– Free Dive Alarms
– Free CDT (Countdown Timer) Alarm
– Free EDT (Elapsed Dive Time) Alarm
– Free Depth Alarms
– High Nitrogen Alarms

REFERENCE
– PC Interface
– Care And Cleaning
– Service
– Module Removal From A Boot
– Battery Replacement
– Returning The Module To A Boot
– Altitude Sensing And Adjustment

TECHNICAL DATA
– No Deco Time Limits
– Oxygen Exposure Limits
– Altitude Levels
– Specifications
– Abbreviations/Terms

This owner’s manual (as detailed in the table of contents) provides all the information from Aqualung about the i100 dive computer. Reading this user manual completely will address most questions you might have about this dive computer. You can download and save it for offline use, including viewing it on your device or printing it for your convenience if you prefer a paper version.

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