NEW FROGMAN GWF-D1000

FUNCTION

BEFORE THE DIVE

TIMEKEEPING MODE

Day, date and current time are displayed in the Timekeeping mode, also with Tide Graph and Moon Data. They can help determine appropriate timing of dives.

DURING THE DIVE

The three sensors are fully activated, enabling real-time display of changing conditions during the dive.

DIVING MODE

Dive times are measured in one-second increments and the current water depth and time are displayed. The upper display can be switched to show the water temperature or direction.

Start of Dive

Hold down (C) button for about three seconds

Temperature + Depth + Dive Time Display

Press (A) button

Direction + Depth + Dive Time Display

Press (D) button

SURFACING

Surfacing speeds and interval times are measured to help divers with their safety management.

SURFACING SPEED ALERT FUNCTION

An alarm sounds with a message “SLOW” if a diver is surfacing at s speed above 10m/min. This helps to protect against decompression sickness and other dangers.

SURFACE REST TIME MEASUREMENT

Interval time measurement begins automatically upon exiting the diving mode. This helps divers monitor their surface rest time before beginning the next dive.

AFTER THE DIVE

Log data concerning the dive is stored in memory. This proves useful for managing the requisite information for dive records.

DIVING LOG MODE

While in the diving mode, the dive start year, month, date, start time, dive time, maximum depth and lowest water temperature are measured automatically.

TIME STAMP

Divers can create a log data memory of information they want to save by pressing the button at 9 o’clock position. Measurement values such as depths and temperatures can be stored along with the times.