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AERIS F.10 PC Interface Feedback

Discussion in 'Freediving Equipment' started by Doug Krause, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. Doug Krause

    Doug Krause Equipment Manufacturer

    Last edited: Oct 7, 2009
  2. ILDiver

    ILDiver I just wanna dive

    I had some crashing issues with the supplied software. I was given a beta download. It might be nice if in your original post here if you keep an updated link to patch files?
  3. DiveShopWorker

    DiveShopWorker New Member

    Mac version.
  4. fabrice

    fabrice Well-Known Member

    Is the protocol and data format documentation publicily available ? It would be great as it would allow open source hackers to write software for other platforms than windows.
    I would do one for linux for instance.
  5. ericvrp

    ericvrp Well-Known Member

    I would also like to see a Mac version but if that is to much work I think helping out the developers of MacDive would also make me happy.

    - Eric
  6. Fondueset

    Fondueset Carp Whisperer

    Temp
    Rates of descent/ascent
    Available in Graph and dive profile screen

    Also - time-synched garmen gps dive mapping function.

    iphone app :)
  7. kelp princess

    kelp princess depthfinder Staff Member Forum Mentor

    ahh yes an iphone ap fo' sure! :D
  8. ericvrp

    ericvrp Well-Known Member

    Perhaps I can help with an IPhone app. Am still using the program I wrote for static training.

    - Eric
  9. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    I am using my MAC with Parallels to run the windows interface software.

    I noticed some blips on most of my profile graphs. See the image attached.

    I am using ver 2.2.3 beta ver 10.06.09

    Dave

    Attached Files:

  10. chrismar

    chrismar New Member

    I'd certainly take an interest in Linux & alternative platforms (personally an Android guy, so that would be good). I tried to get Cressi to help out with the EDY spec, but no dice from them :(
  11. Doug Krause

    Doug Krause Equipment Manufacturer

    Hi Dave - would you send me the .dat file - dkrause@oceanicusa.com

  12. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    Just sent it to you via email
    Dave
  13. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    All of a sudden the Aeris ACI software freezes when I select the + to add/download new dives. I have rebooted, re installed the software and still no success. Anyone else have this problem?
  14. Fondueset

    Fondueset Carp Whisperer

    No problems here - have you got the latest?
  15. azapa

    azapa 51% freediver 49% spearo Staff Member Forum Mentor

    oops that graph looks like an unattended SWB...

    Sure it was not, just pulling your leg. Dive safe.

    (i can't comment on the interface yet as I am too tight to pay up for the cable. grrrrrrrrrr. let me see some plans on the web and ill build one... grrr)
  16. Fondueset

    Fondueset Carp Whisperer

    Parallels is usually good - but it does introduce a pretty big variable. Thats the version I'm running - no probs so far. (running under 7 beta)
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2009
  17. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    Ya, my SWB alarm went off but I couldn't hear it...:)

    Scubatoys.com has the cable for $50.

    Dave
  18. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    You fixed it....:) It started working after I fooled around with it some more. This has happened to me with my GEO using the Oceanic software. Hopefully it doesn't happen again, but I sure do hope one of the MAC dive log programs supports the F10 soon.

    I had been using DiveLog with my D3
    but was not aware of MacDive - Download which seems to have a wider range of DC support.

    Since they have the drivers, I would think that Macdive only needs the data file to develop the support? I sent Nick an email but it might help if we many of us ask for the support? macdive@thedoorisajar.org

    Dave
  19. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    Here is the txt export for the dive show in the graph. Notice Dive Time is 00:00 (it is also 00:00 in all the dives shown in the PC interface software). Also notice Surface interval does not show seconds. It should be 00:07:39. And of course the last 5 seconds of the dive show the max depth which accounts for the blip in the graph.

    Life Time Dive #: 2
    DC Model: F10
    DC Serial #: 336
    DC Dive #: 4
    Dive Date: 10/12/2009
    Dive Time: 00:00
    Dive Mode: Free Dive
    Surface Interval: 0:07
    Max. Depth: 111 FT
    Elapsed Dive Time: 77 sec.
    Min. Temperature: 52 F

    Dive Sample Rate: 1 sec.
    Dive Data Type: DC Modified

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Dive Profile
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Elapsed Dive Time (hr:min),Depth(FT),
    00:00:01,9
    00:00:02,12
    00:00:03,14
    00:00:04,17
    00:00:05,20
    00:00:06,23
    00:00:07,26
    00:00:08,29
    00:00:09,32
    00:00:10,34
    00:00:11,37
    00:00:12,40
    00:00:13,42
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    00:00:21,66
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    00:01:05,39
    00:01:06,35
    00:01:07,32
    00:01:08,29
    00:01:09,25
    00:01:10,22
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    00:01:12,14
    00:01:13,111
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    00:01:17,111

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  20. dforcucci

    dforcucci Well-Known Member

    Native Mac support for F10

    I emailed Nick at MacDive - Download and we did some testing. I was able to send him some data from the f10 using a test program of his. The result was:
    "they have changed some things in the internal memory structure. I will have to spend some time figuring out what's different. But the serial communication code works, so that's half the battle won."

    He has the F10 support on the back burner until he can finish a major overhaul of Macdive that is needed for snow leapord issues.

    Doug, Is there anyway Oceanic can work with Nick so there can be native Mac support for the F.10? The benefits to the community and Oceanic/Aeris are obvious.

    Dave
    Seattle

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