ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass 05.076.100 009343

Mfg Part #: 05.076.100

ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass

UPGRADES:
with Transmitter Add $270.00
Options: 
 $729.00 

Air & Nitrox Compatible

  • Free Upgrade to the trimix algorithm for the Galileo computers included  
  • Hoseless air / nitrox integrated technology – current cylinder pressure, remaining air time with optional transmitter - see below to order
  • Built in digital compass
  • Full-tilt digital compass with bearing memory and navigational aid
  • Dot matrix display with full flexibility for multiple screen configurations
  • Hoseless gas integration with transmitter (see below to order)
  • True remaining bottom time calculation
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes
  • Extra large Dot-Matrix Display
  • Automatic Altitude Adjustment
  • Heart rate monitor senses your effort and incorporates it into the workload calculation
    then adapts the decompression algorithm (not included - see below to order)
  • Button or Water Activation
  • Personalization of owner screens and emergency information
  • User Changeable Batteries
  • Gauge mode with stopwatch and resettable average depth
  • Infrared technology for downloading to SmartTRAK/Upgrades - see below to order
  • DEPTH: 393 feet
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

 

Customer Reviews for ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass:

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Rating: Easy to Read and Works Great
Reviewer: Byron Lane
This was actually my second unit. The first purchased in March 2013 and this one was purchased as a backup for trips and my daughter who recently go certified. My eyes are not as good as they once were and I liked the large screen. I can use the computer in "classic" mode and read everything just fine. There is a learning curve and I used on online program to assist with the learning. A work of caution when using the wireless transmitter, on the surface to read the pressure the computer must be on prior to opening the tank valve. If it does not read, turn off the air, purge the line, and try again. I have about 30 dives on the computer and have no complaints.

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass:


  • Audrey:

    Do you sell the replacement band for this computer? If so what is the # and cost to order? Thank you

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Audrey, this would be a special order item. This is not something that we carry in-stock. If you would like to place an order or have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.

  • Joe:

    How does the Galileo read your hart rate and will it adjust your dive limets according to your hart rate?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Joe, you wear this around your chest: http://www.scuba.com/images/computers/009341_polarbelt.jpg. That is what monitors your heart rate. Also yes it will take this information and calculate it into your dive profile. If you would like to place an order or have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.

  • Phillip:

    Can I use this compass in the the southern hemisphere

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    According to their manual: Depending on the exact location on the planet, there can be a deviation between true North and magnetic North. Any compass will always show magnetic North, so via this menu you can set a value for the so called declination that will make the compass show true North instead.

  • Ed:

    I need advice re the digital compass feature. I have seen 3D, full tilt, tilt compensated, course memory, etc. What are the important features that I should look for in this feature? Thanks. Ed

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Most of the computers with the digital compass feature will be similar. The full tilt and compensating feature allows the wrist unit to be in almost any position and still show a heading, which is probably most important.

  • Kim:

    Trying to decide between the Galileo Luna and the Mares Nemo Wide. Any information that might help my decision? Reliability of one brand vs. another? Thank you.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Kim, if you are looking for an all-in-one computer? Then your choice would be the Luna. If you went with the Nemo Wide does not monitor your air pressure. The Luna has a wireless transmitter that you connect to your 1st stage. So you can see how much air you have left. You would need a pressure gauge if you dive with the Nemo Wide.

  • Kim:

    Thanks for your quick response to my computer question. Also looking at BCs. Scubapro GlideX and Travel Go. Does a travel bc "ride" any differently in the water? Any difference in buoyancy control from a regular bc? Trying to make informed decision. Appreciate your help.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Kim, they are both going to act the same when you are diving them the only major difference you will see is that the Travel Go BCD is going to be a few pounds lighter. These are both jacket style BCD's.

  • Michael:

    What kind of training is available for the Galileo Luna?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    We are only aware of the manual and information included with the computer from Scubapro/Uwatec.

  • Jeff:

    Is the Software Mac compatible?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    No.

  • Steve:

    I reviewed the manual, but Id like to confirm. This allows 3 transmitters and a buddy monitoring (fourth) transmitter? And if so, when youre viewing your buddys transmitter, am I correct in assuming that it continues to calculate your N2/O2 loading in your current tank configuration?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Luna allows for 3 different gas mixes to be set and switched between during a dive and the monitoring of a buddy''s tank pressure if they are using the Smart transmitter and are within transmission range.

  • Amor:

    My boyfriend dives but I dont. I recently found out that his computer dive no longer works. I heard him mentioned before that he only trust ScubaPro so Im trying to get him a bday present but not sure which one I should go for ScubaPro Meridian Black Tech Wrist Computer Watch or ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass. He does mostly shore diving in the Philippines, Mexico, and Belize. Hes been diving since he was like 13. Id like to find out which one is best for him.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Amor, if you are also looking for a day to day watch he can wear I would suggest the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-17/009390/ScubaPro-Meridian-Air---Nitrox-Wrist-Computer.html but you would still need an analog pressure gauge to tell him how much air pressure he has left. Or you can go with the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-17/009343/ScubaPro-Uwatec-Galileo-Luna-Air---Nitrox-Hoseless-Computer-with-Digital-Compass.html and that would tell him all the information he would need while underwater to include the air pressure.

  • eunik:

    ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Does this product support the Korean language.

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello, the computer is changeable to metric measurement''s.

Galileo LUNA is everything you need for an extrodinary underwater experience. And if you want more, two additional features can be added as optional upgrades later (Heart Rate Monitor and Predictive Multi-Gas).
Hoseless gas integration.
Navigational system with digital compass.
Extra large dot-matrix screen available in 3 display modes.
PDIS (Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops) optimizes your dive in complete security.
Clear text, multi-language alarms.
Graphic data display.
Personalization.
Galileo's memory chip can hold over 100 hours of dive profile data and 100 bitmap images as a wreck map the diver can use to orient himself.
User changeable battery & depth rating

An exclusive UWATEC achievement: the option to update Galileo's firmware through the infrared interface. You can download upgrade packages over the Internet to get new features and new languages.

The Apnea update is available for download at no cost.
LUNA can be upgraded with 2 additional features-available as optional purchases at your Authorized SCUBAPRO UWATEC dealer.

Technical Information
Predictive Multi-Gas upgrade: Purchasing this PMG feature at a later time, or whenever you need it, allows LUNA to use up to 3 Nitrox mixes (21-100% O2) during the dive, calculating the ascent schedule for all possible combinations of the programmed mixes. The outcome of the different decompression calculations can be shown on the screen in a dedicated deco summary screen.
Heart Rate Monitor upgrade: Galileo's heart rate monitor, jointly developed with Polar (world leader in the field of heart rate monitors), not only measures and records the heartbeat during the dive but allows the dive computer to factor the intensity of the exercise into the decompression calculation, as it is reported by the diver's physiology. The HRM is also ideal for Apnea divers, measuring heart rate and sounding an alarm if the heart rate drops below the set level.

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