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Looking for freediving software for citizen hyper aqualand watch..

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kgian

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Hello everybody! I recently baught a citizen hyper aqualand watch. It can be connected with a pc to transfer dive data. Unfortunately the supplied software (and some other software I have found in the net) is suitable only for scuba diving.
Does anyone have any software for freediving? This kind of software could calculate maximum apnea time, mean apnea times, mean surface rest times and so on.
Also someone with adequate programming knowledge could write such a programme. Anyone care to help me?? I have info how the watch interfaces with the computer and the data transfer protocol..
 
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