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Apeks Quantum X Manual

Quantum O amer 's Manual All warnings and cautions are identified with the triangle symbol. Whenever you see a warning or a caution, read it carefully, as it may protect you from serious injury or damage to the product. Read the manual in its entirety before attempting to use the Quantum computer. AWARNING: Decompression sickness (aka, "the bends") is an inherent risk of SCUBA diving. Even if you properly follow all the instructions in this manual, and dive within the recreational limits of SCUBA diving, you still run the risk of getting decompression sickness, or some other inherent risk...

Apeks Quantum X Manual

Quantum O amer 's Manual Congratulations on the purchase of your new Quantum dive computer. As with all diving equipment, it is important to understand the features and functions of the Quantum. Before using the computer, read this manual in its entirety. Contained within this manual are illustrations to aid you in understanding the computer. Section 1 instructs you on how to navigate through the Quantum's surface modes. Section 2 describes all the underwater displays and functions while diving with the Quantum. Lastly, Section 3 covers care & maintenance. This manual will clearly and...

Using the Quantum on the Surface The Quantum has three buttons that allow you to access modes, change settings and switch displays. Throughout this manual, the buttons will be referred to as MODE, A, and B (see figure 1). The detailed function of each button is explained throughout this All the surface functions are accessed by pressing the MODE button. The Quantum has seven surface modes: TIME (time of day display), DIVE (dive settings), PLAN (plan mode), LOG (logbook memory), PROF (dive profile memory), PC (PC download) and SET (time and date settings). Figure 1. Push Buttons

The user and owner manuals listed below are generally PDF versions of the original paper manuals you would have received with your dive equipment. So if you've lost them, you can access them here. We recommend taking the manuals for your dive gear with you on a computer or USB stick when traveling.

The U.S. Navy Diving Manual is a very complete reference on diving based on the extensive research and experience of the U.S. Navy. The manual contains major sections covering rebreathers, no-decompression diving, open-circuit SCUBA, surface-supplied diving, the diving environment, Navy dive procedures, physics, physiology and recompression chamber operation. The U.S. Navy Diving Manual underwent some significant updates with the seventh revision issued in December 2016.


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