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by klappstuhl
Saturday 29. February 2020, 10:06
Forum: OSTC Mk.2, 2N and 2C
Topic: gradient factors in log
Replies: 3
Views: 3633

Re: gradient factors in log

Thanks for the quick answer. I've seen this tab before. The data in the tab is static. This means that the values do not change with respect to any point in the dive. The OSTC2N is able to change one set of gradient factors to another during the dive. Is it possible to see where this change occurred...
by klappstuhl
Saturday 29. February 2020, 07:57
Forum: OSTC Mk.2, 2N and 2C
Topic: different deko calculations between OSTC2n und subsurface
Replies: 0
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different deko calculations between OSTC2n und subsurface

hello everybody, i get significantly different deco times and levels between my OSTC2N and subsurface. I have made a dive. In my OSTC2n the gradient factors gf low: 20 and gf high: 80 were set. The model was L16-GF OC. Then I loaded the dive into the planner of subsurface. Again I set the gradient f...
by klappstuhl
Saturday 29. February 2020, 07:27
Forum: OSTC Mk.2, 2N and 2C
Topic: gradient factors in log
Replies: 3
Views: 3633

gradient factors in log

Hello everybody, My OCTS2n stores other values in the logbook besides depth and time. These are temperature, gradient factors, deco data, deco plan data and CNS. In which Windows program can I display all these stored values in the dive profile? Subsurface e.g. does not show the gradient factors. I'...