VEO 100 NX Dive Computer

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by admin on May 24, 2009

Full-Featured Air or Nitrox Personal Dive Computer in a compact package. The Oceanic Veo 100 Nx coordinates carefully arranged information with the Oceanic trademark ease-of-use, oversized digits, bar graphs and intuitive icons. Loaded with features but still very user friendly with a single operating button. The Veo 100 Nx Dive Computer comes in 3 versions: Wrist Unit, Combi or Navcon.

Features

* Air and Nitrox Operating Modes
* Easy to learn and use
* Customize the information displayed during a dive with a press of a button
* “Hockey Puck” module is the same size as most depth gauges for easy and inexpensive console upgrades
* Water activation
* Diver-replaceable battery with Hot Swap memory allows battery change between dives
* Safety stop prompt – 12 dive log book

FO2

The Veo 100 Nx acts simply as an ‘Air’ computer until you tell it otherwise, whether that is this weekend or 2 years down the road. As your training and experience grow, the Veo 100 Nx is designed to grow with you, being easily programmed for Nitrox mixtures from 21% to 50%.

FO2 50% Default On/Off

Following a Nitrox dive, many dive computers calculate your next dive based on a “worse-case scenario”, mix of 50% Oxygen and 79% Nitrogen should you forget to reset your actual mix. With FO2 50% Default OFF, your mix remains at the original set point until you change it again.

Maximum PO2 Level Alarm (Nitrox)

When diving Nitrox, do you prefer your maximum PO2 exposure to be 1.2 ATA? 1.6 ATA? Depending on where you learned and your own personal comfort zone, the answer may be very different from diver to diver. The Veo 100 Nx lets you set your own limit.

Water Activation On/Off

The Veo 100 Nx automatically enters Dive Mode when the water contacts are wet, and the unit is submerged past 4 feet. To avoid this when swimming or enjoying other water sports, simply set Water Activation Off.

Units of Measurement

Choose between Metric and Imperial settings for date, temperature, depth and pressure.

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Sandra January 2, 2011 at 4:02 pm

I am looking for a web-page to download the logbook software to download my VEO 100 computer logbook to my PC. I have the interface but can’t seem to find the correct software. Can you help Thanks Sandra

Larry D. Drumm May 27, 2011 at 4:50 pm

I am a calibration technician at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard calibration facility. Currently I have ten of the pressure gages that are the same as the ones used in the VEO 100 NX Dive Computer as shown above. We are required to perform calibration checks on these gages at regular intervals and I would greatly appreciate answers to the following questions.
1. What is the model number of the gage?
2. What is the manufacturers rated accuracy?
3. Does it npressurize to 5000psi?
4. If not what is the maximum pressure to be applied and is it normal for the orange plug in the center of the back case to blow out at 4000psi and depressurize the gage to less than 2500psi?
Need answers soonest. Thank you.

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