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Shearwater Peregrine

Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches and Analyzers' started by lowwall, Jul 23, 2020.

  1. Hoag

    Hoag Loggerhead Turtle

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    I see this as requiring a 12 hour clock vice a 24 hour clock. (ie setting the time to 1223am rather than 0023.)

    Does it open up 0-9 if the first digit is set to 1? (Can you set it to 1023 for example?)
     
  2. lowwall

    lowwall Manta Ray

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    If AM is specified, then there is no "00" hour. It's "12".

    Try setting it to 24-hour time.
     
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  3. Miyaru

    Miyaru Tec Instructor ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Thanks!
     
  4. dirkhh

    dirkhh Barracuda

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    That's why I love this community. Jim isn't even a Subsurface user, but he installed Subsurface-mobile and helped me get started. I think I indeed have all that I need and now I need to figure out why the Peregrine doesn't pair with any devices (and more likely, figure out a way to remove the pairing requirement from our BLE implementation). It may be a few more days until we have support in Subsurface, but it's definitely on its way.
     
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  5. runsongas

    runsongas Great White

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    @Shearwater why does the NDL display not switch to TTS when entering deco mode in 3 gas nitrox? NDL 0 is less useful than TTS in that situation
     
  6. Jarek Andrzejewski

    Jarek Andrzejewski Angel Fish

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    As a DIY-man I would attach a small loop (or two) of bungee cord to the USB cable and use it to keep charger and DC together. I think it could even be hanged (so no need for horizontal space at all). Just a bungee and few knots.
    It looks like the ridge (square frame) makes initial alignment easy and the loops will keep them together.
     
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  7. KenGordon

    KenGordon Rebreather Pilot

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    You could just remember your gas at the end of the dive until you upload it to your phone. On any given day the start pressure is often similar and easy to remember.
     
  8. dmaziuk

    dmaziuk Regular of the Pub

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    :rofl3::rofl3::rofl3: Lemme just make sure I understand this: first they make my life easier by replacing the replaceable battery with a charger on a wire, Then they make it even easier by sticking in all this inductive charging stuff and removing the cable. And now I need to bring my own duct tape and chicken wire to keep it all together? That sure sounds sooo much easier than keeping an AA battery in my save-a-dive kit.
     
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  9. Joneill

    Joneill ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I certainly do make a mental note of my start, ascent and end pressures. However, I see no point in relying on that for my dive log when there are simple options to automate that data logging available today.
     
  10. drk5036

    drk5036 ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I think the disdain for the wireless charging certainly has to do more with the average age of scubaboard users than it does with the overall clientele.

    For someone like me (20-30's), I'm bringing a wireless charging pad with me anyway to charge my iphone. Being able to "double up" and use the charging pad for two things makes it even more useful.

    Come to think of it, I'm not sure I have *any* devices I use that require disposable batteries. I'm not even sure I'd know the best place to buy them? CVS?
     
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