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Oceanic PC Cable for Atom, Geo 2, F10 Dive Computers

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About Oceanic PC Cable for Atom, Geo 2, F10 Dive Computers

You got the Oceanic Atom or Geo Dive Computer, but you are tired of writing down all the information in your log book. Then start an Electronic Logbook with this Download Kit. The Kits program is available on line at www.oceanicworldwide.com. Easily Download your Logged Dives to your Personal Computer with this Download Cable. Once you have the Program on your Computer this Cable will allow Viewing of Dive Profiles with Color Graphs. Easy to Print-Out Log Information when you are Ready-to-Vacation in St-Somewhere and want to Prove-your-Diving Experience.

It can help Improve Diving-Ability by allowing you to observe Critical-Dive Profile Information. Share your underwater experiences with others; this is a must for the series diver. The USB Cable allows you to download depths and decompression status, maximum depth, bottom time, descent/ascent rates, ambient temperatures, surface intervals, and all warning points entered during the dive. Kit is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

http://www.oceanicworldwide.com
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Oceanic PC Cable for Atom, Geo 2, F10 Dive Computers Features

  • Transfers Complete Logged Dive Information
  • Profile History of Dive
  • Upload User Settings to the Computer
  • PC's Compatible
  • Compatible with Oceanic Atom and Geo Dive Computers
  • Eliminates Hand Written Logging
  • USB Cable
  • Software: Downloaded from www.oceanicworldwide.com
  • Helps Prove your Diving Experience
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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3.8

(based on 6 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Works well for me

Very simple to use. This is a must if you own a GEO.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Way overpriced

I don't know where to start. The cable works. It's usage is weird. You plug in the computer and then a timer starts and you have to transfer within that time. Then unplug the computer when done. You can't just leave it plugged in. Connecting it to the dive computer initializes it for transfer, but within timer. There are compatible cables to this by other manufacturers, such as Tusa, which could vary in price.

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2.0

Way overpriced

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I don't know where to start. The cable works. It's usage is weird. You plug in the computer and then a timer starts and you have to transfer within that time. Then unplug the computer when done. You can't just leave it plugged in. Connecting it to the dive computer initializes it for transfer, but within timer. There are compatible cables to this by other manufacturers, such as Tusa, which could vary in price.

 
5.0

You must have this one

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If you want to record you dive logs easily, you had better keep this

 
4.0

USB data download cable for GEO 2.0

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This is not a cheap accesory, but if you want to be able to review and analize your dives it is a must! I got an Oceanis GEO 2.0 and a friend told me it is better to download the data rather than type it everytime, also allows you to check the data during your whole dive which is downloaded to your PC otherwise there is no way to obtain it from the watch, without downloading it you will only be able to see maximum depth, time elapsed and water temperature.

 
3.0

PC Cable

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Works alright and if you want to download your Oceanic computer, it's the only game in town. The connection is a little iffy but doable. The instructions aren't really clear but the connection is a "line up and push straight in" connection vs a twist or slide connection. Once you get that figured out it works almost every time. I would recommend it, but only because there is no better option and I enjoy the more detailed info available by downloading.

 
5.0

Works well for me

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Very simple to use. This is a must if you own a GEO.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Steven M  want to electronically log my dives
STEVE W  I purchased a Oceanic Geo wrist computer but received a Geo 2 instead. When I went on my first trip I found out the watch ran very slow and the computer could not be relied upon. I now have to purchase this product to obtain firmware fix from Oceanic. I never anticipated this expense.
RICHARD A  Works great.
Brian E  will this work with oceanic pro 2 dive computer?
JOSE C  This is the interface cable you need to buy SKU: OCNPCUSB2
KENNETH F  It will work for the GEO 2.0 which is what I gave
JOSE C  Hi, this interface cable won't work with a pro plus 2 computer. You need to buy a different interface cable.
Carolyn C  Is it compatible with Mac?
Michael W  Many people are answering that there is no Mac compatible software for our computers. That is false. Our company has recently released Diverlog software that is Mac compatible. Check it out at http://www.ediverlog.com/ and download it off of iTunes.
DONALD J L  I have a MacBook Pro (2011) with a Windows 7 virtual machine (Parallels). I do the upload from a Geo into the Oceanic software (Oceanlog) on the virtual machine. Then I use Diving Log (5) to import the data from the Oceanic software.
Graham F  We use ours with a Mac, but we sync it with a third-party software called Mac Dive, which is $25 I think. You might need to download a free driver too, but Mac Dive will tell you on their website. Mac-Dive is great, well-supported, and is like having iTunes for your dive log.
CHRISTIAN W  The hardware is Mac compatible, but the software is not. I'm running their software in a Windows VM on my Mac... so, another ~$100 expense.
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