Device used by divers to measure dive time and depth, calculate safe ascendancy, and avoid decompression sickness. Other features such as air supply, water temperature, and dive logging are also available.
The Veo 180 is an easy to use, compact computer suitable for divers of all experience levels. Designed for diving with air or nitroxmixtures up to 50 percent, the Veo 180`s extensive functions are accessed via one button at the base of the display. It is shown here in a console with a SlimLine Pressure Gauge. The SlimLine tracks tank pressures up to 5,000 psi and has a thermometer at the base of its luminescent face. The brand new Swiv Console allows you to custom position your instruments with an allen key. The Veo 180 operates as an air or nitrox computer down to 330 feet and a depth gauge/bottom timer to 399 feet. It has large, easy to read alphanumeric displays and color coded graphs where green means "go," yellow means "caution" and red means "stop." There are a variety of user settable audible and visual alarms. The computer can be turned on before your dive, but if you forget, it turns itself on underwater. The batteries have a 300 hour lifetime and are user replaceable at any time without the loss of data. The Veo 180 offers both time to fly and nitrogen offgasing countdowns. It automatically adjusts for altitude and for use in salt or fresh water. It displays temperature and time of day. The Veo 180 has audible and/or visual alarms or displays for