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Teric - Critical pressure and GTR error

Discussion in 'Shearwater Research' started by CWK, Apr 7, 2019.

  1. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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    My Teric gave me a Critical Pressure warning in the middle of a dive. when I cleared the warning, it showed GTR 0, but T1 pressure of 100 bar. GTR corrected itself after a while.
     
  2. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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  3. Jay

    Jay Need to dive more!

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    bad data creating an outrageous SAC leading GTR to hit zero/sub-zero and skipping a reserve pressing warning going straight to a critical warning?
    what does the SAC graph look like on Cloud?
     
  4. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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    40160FC0-B2E5-495C-9E60-85335749B9C4.jpeg I don’t sync my Teric to cloud as I sync my Perdix. The graph above is from Perdix (which did not have the error). I think that is the correct dive (I did not take note of which dive it was).
     
  5. JohnnyC

    JohnnyC Divemaster

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    If the Perdix didn't show any error, posting the Perdix log isn't going to help.

    You need to figure out which dive it was, and post that dive from the Teric. Just delete the log later if you don't want to sync them both.
     
  6. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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    55025EFF-D6CE-4A19-8492-132670E91646.png From Teric
     
  7. JohnnyC

    JohnnyC Divemaster

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    I would bet you had a communications drop out. Without receiving gas pressure data, it probably determined it to be the same as no pressure. In that case, it would trigger a critical gas error and show a GTR of 0 (if you have no gas, you have no gas time remaining), but re-established connection very quickly. Because there was no pressure data during GTR calculations, even momentarily, it would take a little bit for its GTR algorithm to catch back up.
     
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  8. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Solo Diver

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    yeah, to me it looked like lost coms.... is the depth profile intact?
     
  9. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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    Depth profile untact. But depth is not monitored by the AI unit.
     
  10. CWK

    CWK Manta Ray

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