Cressi Archimede Dive Computer User’s Manual
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Cressi Archimede Dive Computer
The Archimede Cressi-sub dive computer is a multifunctional computer for recreational diving, providing you with information on depth, dive times, the need for decompression, if any, as well as on nitrogen absorption and elimination during all dive phases, including ascent, surface interval times, an subsequent dives.
All this information is displayed on the large UFDS (acronym for User Friendly Display System) display, allowing for a simple and direct ‘dialogue’ between the diver and the computer, and ensuring a clear understanding of what is being done and easy reading of displayed information.
The dive computer features a calendar clock, a versatile memory of past dives, as well as a powerful dive simulator.
A mathematical model is also included, for use with air and Nitrox. In this latter case, you can set all parameters required for a Nitrox dive, from FO2 oxygen percentage, to the maximum allowable PO2 value (from 1.0 bar to 1.6 bar).
Also, the Archimede Cressi-sub dive computer can be connected with a compatible personal computer through the Cressi-sub Interface (optional) and related software (optional).
Carefully read this User’s Manual, including the section on safety rules. Be sure that you have fully understood the use, functions, and limits of your dive computer before using it!
This User’s Manual has been divided into 5 main topics, for a better understanding of all dive computer functions and their meaning:
1) Introduction and Safety Rules;
2) Before Dive;
3) During Dive;
4) On surface, after Dive;
5) Care and Maintenance.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1.1. Main features
1.2. Safety rules
1.2.1. Definition of Danger, Important, and Note
1.2.2. General Warning and Safety Rules
2. BEFORE DIVE
2.1. UFDS Display and Controls
2.2. On Surface, before Dive
2.3. Parameter Setting
2.3.1. Dive Parameter Setting
2.3.2. Max Depth Alarm
2.3.3. Time and Date Adjustment
2.3.4. Unit of Measure Setting
2.4. Dive Planning
2.5. Quick Display of Set Data
3. DURING DIVE
3.1. DIVE WITH AIR
3.1.1. No Decompression Dive
3.1.2. Ascent Rate
3.1.3. Safety Stop
3.2. Decompression Warning Alarm
3.2.1. Decompression Dive
3.2.2. Violated Decompression Stop Alarm
3.3. DIVE WITH NITROX
3.3.1. Before a Nitrox Dive
3.4. Nitrox Parameter Setting:
3.4.1. Partial Pressure Setting PO2
3.4.2. Oxygen Fraction Setting FO2 in Nitrox
3.5. CNS Toxicity Display
3.6. PO2 Alarms
4. ON SURFACE AFTER DIVE
4.1. Data Management
4.1.1. Surface Interval Time
4.1.2. Dive Logbook
4.1.3. Dive History
4.1.4. Dive profile
4.1.5. Data transfer to PC: PC-Interface compatible
4.1.6. Dive Computer Reset
4.2.1. Dive Simulator
4.2.2. Dive Simulator with Surface Interval Time
5. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
5.1. Battery Replacement
6. TECHNICAL FEATURES
6.1. No decompression limits for the first dive in a series
6.1.1.Non Decompression tables for the first dive in a series
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