UWATEC Smart 2 - Computer w/ Transmitter

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Computers, Gauges, Watches, Analyzers' started by jrmiah, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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    Typo- This is a Smart Z not a Smart 2

    This computer and transmitter is several years old but works fine, it is in good shape with small scratches on the protective plastic screen cover. Normal wear and tear. Comes with case and manuals.

    $250.00 Shipped

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  2. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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  3. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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    Yes it is, sorry typo..
     
  4. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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  5. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Umm . . . Jrmiah . . . does not work fine . . . It won't fire up.

    Do you have any idea what the battery level was?
     
  6. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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    Worked when I sent it out, call me at 443-333-1011
     
  7. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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    The Smart Z needs to detect water to turn on, wet your fingers and touch the top right button and the bottom right button at the same time
     
  8. jrmiah

    jrmiah Scuba Instructor

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    From the Manual

    "Smart Z has 4 operating contacts B, E, +, – on the outside of the housing. For
    manual operation, touch base contact B and any one of the other three contacts
    above the display with moistened fingers («bridging» contacts)."

    2.3 Switching on the display
    • automatically, on submerging in water or when adaptation to atmospheric
    pressure is necessary;
    • manually, by bridging contacts on housing (B-E).

    http://www.scubapro.com/media/a3b1c4e5-2f8e-44e8-8a93-7d40d38e7809-smart_z_eng.pdf
     
  9. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Yes, I know, I have about six of 'em - that's why I love 'em so much! :D

    It's also why I asked about the battery - When they get old, they go Tango Uniform quick, no matter what the battery life said.
     
  10. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Let me make it clear to everybody, I don't think Jer's misrepresenting anything; I think the battery failed in transit.

    It's just in the "Now what?" stage.
     
  11. lovles2274

    lovles2274 Angel Fish

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    LOL.....You learn something new every day....Tango Uniform...I love it. Thanks
     
  12. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    And please let me add, Jer immediately did the honorable thing and offered to take it back.
     
  13. Jax

    Jax Could not care less..... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Y'know, while I don't appreciate the battery dying on me . . . sometimes you're the pigeon, sometimes you're the statue . . .

    Jeremiah's done the right thing all the way through. Even though I dislike being today's statue, I'm really appreciate Jeremiah's part in the transaction and give him a :cool3:
     

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