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I just uploaded my computer using the IRIS interface (no problems, went very smoothly) one of the main points for me of doing this was figure out my average depth so that I could calculate a fairly accurate SAC rate for my record keeping. Any comments on how to figure this out - and if I have to do so manually any tips for calculating it based on the log data?
Also does anyone know how to make the M1 a little less sensetive. ie - Whenever I get above 3feet it stops the timer and assumes a new dive has begun. On my last dive the return swim was over a very shallow reef - often only 3-4 feet deep, so it broke the dive up into about 10 different segments.