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Smart Air Dive Computer
Instruction Manual

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  • Page 1 Smart Air Dive Computer Instruction Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    3.2.4. MISSED DECOMPRESSION STOP 1.2. OPERATING MODES 3.2.4.1. MISSED DECO STOP MODE 1.3. USER-REPLACEABLE BATTERY 3.2.5. LOW TANK PRESSURE 1.4. CONNECTING SMART AIR TO A PC OR MAC (IF OPTIONAL TANK MODULE IS USED) 1.5. BUTTON OPERATION 3.2.6. LOW BATTERY 1.6. WATCH DISPLAY 3.3.
  • Page 3: Important Warnings

    Mares. notice. read the gauge). Read the manual carefully and make sure you...
  • Page 4: Operating Modes

    Smart Air shows the tank pressure as an cable and Dive Organizer to download your • watch mode: Smart Air is dry on the surface. arc spanning the upper half of the display dives to a PC or Divers’ Diary to download your...
  • Page 5: Surface Mode

    SURFACE MODE press press and hold DIVE MODE SMART AIR - DIVE SCHEME press press and hold...
  • Page 6: Watch Display

    Smart Air Dive Computer 1.6. WATCH DISPLAY The watch display is the “home” display of Smart Air. In this mode, the time of day is shown in the middle row of the display while date, temperature, seconds, wake-up time and second time can be displayed by pressing the DOWN button.
  • Page 7: Menus, Settings And Functions

    Refer stopwatch while the time of day has moved - PRE dIVE: places Smart Air in the ready-to- to section 3.5 for more information on to the bottom row. Press the UP button to dive mode;...
  • Page 8: Set

    Smart Air Dive Computer air nitrox, including multigas). You can also MENU Description set Smart Air to bottom timer (BT), in which case Smart Air will show only time, depth, tank SEt dIVE pressure and temperature: it will not carry out...
  • Page 9: Set Dive

    2.4.1.5. GAS IntEGr (GAS INTEGRATION) This menu contains five submenus. The first one allows you to pair the tank modules to Smart Air. Please refer to section 1.7 for the description of the pairing process. The second menu, tANK VOLM, allows you to set the size of the volume of the tank, individually for G1, G2 and G3.
  • Page 10: Units

    To Disabling audible alarms can lead you into put Smart Air in sleep mode, press and hold potentially dangerous situation and could the UP button when you see "Go to sleep" on result in serious injury or death.
  • Page 11: Plan (dive Planner)

    KO corresponding deco obligation. Now use the means the battery is very low and Smart Air UP and DOWN buttons to modify the dive time won’t function as a dive computer.
  • Page 12: Alarms

    Air considers it a dive violation and the display Oxygen toxicity exposure is tracked on 1.6bar. Please refer to section 2.1 for more Smart Air by means of the CNS% based on will show the steady information on how to change this setting. If...
  • Page 13: Missed Deco Stop Mode

    - nitrogen saturation bar graph In this case, if the diver attempts a repetitive Smart Air shows tank pressure as an arc of dive after surfacing, Smart Air will function dots spanning across the upper half of the only as a depth gauge and timer (bottom timer...
  • Page 14: After The Dive

    Ascent rate: in presence of a depth change in feet, the resolution is always 1 foot. At a depth excess of 80cm / 3ft, Smart Air calculates the shallower than 1.2m/4ft, the display shows ---. corresponding ascent speed and displays in Maximum possible depth is 150m/492ft.
  • Page 15: Diving With More Than One Gas Mixture

    This is simply the consequence of the desaturation time being calculated Smart Air enables you to use up to three by the algorithm based on the actual dive gas mixtures during the dive (air and Nitrox profile, while the no-fly time is an accepted only).
  • Page 16: Special Situations

    - Uncontrolled ascent. alarm and low tank pressure, are turned off. - Missed deco stop. In case of a violation, Smart Air will restrict the  WARNING use of Air and Nitrox mode for 24 hours, and will only allow operation in bottom timer mode.
  • Page 17: Using Smart Air On An Apnea Dive

    3.7.2. USING SMART AIR ON AN APNEA DIVE After exiting an apnea session, the default in the middle surface interval prior to Put Smart Air into PRE DIVE so that as soon display will show the time of day in the center immersion at the bottom.
  • Page 18: Switching From Apnea To Scuba

    - do not expose Smart Air to intense, direct sunlight; • working pressure rating: 300 bar / 4,350 psi; - do not store Smart Air in a sealed container, • reference standard: EN250; always ensure free ventilation. • reference marking: CE 0474.
  • Page 19: Warranty

    Mares reserves the right to refuse to provide service under the warranty if the maintenance instructions are not followed. 4.3. WARRANTY Mares products are guaranteed for a period of two years subject to the following limitations and conditions: The warranty is non-transferable and applies f) Position the new o-ring from the kit in the strictly to the original purchaser.
  • Page 20 Algorithm Mares S.p.A. - Salita Bonsen, 4 - 16035 Rapallo (Ge) - ITALY - Tel. +39 01852011 - Fax +39 0185 669984 www.mares.com...

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