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First off, my wife's been diving the Elite for a year now, and loves it. It's proven to be reliable and easy to use. It's well liked enough that we're anxiously awaiting the T3 for a probable upgrade.
My question however is about the firmware version. I can't find anywhere on the website that describes the current firmware versions used. I'd like to know if there's an update for her comp, and if so where to d/l it from. She's currently running version 1A.
1A is the current firmware version for the ATMOS elite.
I do not want to hijack this thread, but I was wonderiing the same thing about my dive computer (Oceanic Data Pro Plus). I have been very happy with it, but I was thinking that there should probably be a update to the system or whatever. Is this something I should check with my LDS about? Does it need to go back to the factory? It is almost time for a battery change anyway. Thanks.
Great questions - I'll look into posting current firmware versions on the web site. Some dealers will offer battery/o-ring changes and pressure tests for dive computers - all other services ultimately come back to the factory. When a dive computer is serviced, it is replaced with a completely refurbished unit to maintain a turn-around time in house of 2-3 days. These units meet current production standards and specifications - including the latest firmware version. Costs vary by model for units receiving non-warranty service. You may choose to process returns through your LDS - they will take care of packaging it up and tracking it's progress if neccessary. Should you choose to return a product yourself, see the following links for instructions.