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    Uwatec Aladin One user manual

    I found an Uwatec Aladin one wrist computer. Seems to be working fine, but I cant figure out how to adjust it. It has no buttons. I tried to google for a user manual, but I'm not having too much luck. Can anyone help me PLEASE ?!?!?!?

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    Everything on that computer is designed to be totally user-interface free.

    To adjust any settings - Nitrox etc... - you have to get the Smart Trak software and the IRDA interface. Unless your PC has an infrared emitter.

    Smart Trak is available for d/l at Scubapro/Uwatec - look in the Uwatec section under software. I'm assuming you can only by the IRDA interface from a Scubapro dealer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjspeck View Post
    Everything on that computer is designed to be totally user-interface free.

    To adjust any settings - Nitrox etc... - you have to get the Smart Trak software and the IRDA interface. Unless your PC has an infrared emitter.

    Smart Trak is available for d/l at Scubapro/Uwatec - look in the Uwatec section under software. I'm assuming you can only by the IRDA interface from a Scubapro dealer...
    that sucks dirt.....what if i have to make a last minute adjustment to the nitrox blend.....as i'm boarding the dive boat......and i'm 45 minutes from my computer? i guess when using that comoputer, one must get the nitrox bled way ahead of time or just breath 21%. I'm begining to think it wasn't a LOST computer. I'm thinking someone got tired of dealing with it and just LEFT it there.

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    The Aladin One is a good little computer my wife dives one as far as making changes I had a IPAQ 3630 (ebay $45 now) that I put TravelTrak on:

    Logs Dives
    bilt in IR and dock to download to PC w/o DC!
    change o2% on the boat or hotel
    review dive data on the road

    compaired to a Ir doongle for $35 priceless

    Hope this helps

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    The Aladin one was designed for dive shops renting computers. This is why there is no buttons on the computer. If I remember correctly Aladin One has special functions for erasing all dives and clearing desat for the next customer.

    Niclas

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