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Found 12 results

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    Atlas

    Atlas is an electronic altimeter with a digital display which can be used as either an audible or visual instrument. Atlas has the following features: Case Ruggedized machined aluminum case with reduced edges and corners Improved USB charging & data transfer through waterproof Micro USB Raised easy-push buttons with protective case recess Waterproof up to six feet for up to one hour Alarms Eight alarm groups; Includes both free fall and/or canopy alarms Customizable through Paralog & Neptune Maintenance Utility (NMU) Canopy alarms include approach alarms preceding each selected alarm altitude Canopy alarm volume is adjustable for those who wish to hear alarms from their wrist Logs Logs over 200 jump Profiles and over 2,500 jump Summaries Jump odometer for fast-paced training days Up to 32 dropzone and aircraft names can be entered using Paralog-NMU Time under canopy and free fall time are logged Display Time can be set to 12 or 24 hour format Date can be set to USA or International format Temperature can be displayed in F or C Speed can be displayed in mph or kmh LCD may be flipped Menu scrolls and wraps Atlas has all of these features and more!
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    Ruggedized Neptune 2

    Originally developed for military applications, Ruggedized Neptune2 is also available for sport jumpers who require more protection for their skydiving instruments. With all of the features of Neptune2 (no longer manufactured), and the addition of an all-aluminum case and a toughened glass lens, this device is ideal for use in the toughest of conditions. Available only in black.
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    Altimaster Galaxy

    The Altimaster Galaxy was developed from the Classic Altimaster III but with significant improvements. The most obvious upgrade is the user replaceable lens and significantly larger numbers on the faceplate. The Galaxy has an altitude range of 18,000 feet marked in 250 foot increments meeting the needs of most skydivers. It contains a durable and precision mechanism and comes complete with hand mount. A wrist mount is also available. Available in feet or meter faceplate. A Glow Face model is also available for night jumps. Available in a wide variety of colors.
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    Altimaster N3

    The N3 is a digital altimeter which can be used as either an audible or visual. The N3 is the successor to Neptune and Neptune 2 with the same features and more. The N3 has a toughened glass lens, clickable flush buttons as well as an anodized aluminum case. It can be recharged with a USB cable which can be hooked up to your computer or wall charger. It is also waterproof for up to one hour for six feet. It has eight selectable alarm groups. Alarms can be set to the loudest setting if you wish to hear them from your wrist. The Neptune Maintenance Utility (NMU) can be used to create up to 32 custom alarm names. This device logs 200+ jump profiles and over 2500 jump summaries. Canopy and freefall time are also logged. The temperature can be displayed in °C or °F and the speed in KMH or MPH. The time format can either be set to 12 or 24 hours, whilst the date International or USA format.
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    Altimaster Neptune

    The Altimaster Neptune was designed in response to requests from pond swoopers wanting a waterproof altimeter, from AFF instructors wanting a digital readout, from jumpers who wanted an easier way to program their digital instruments. Neptune is no longer manufactured, but still serviced by Alti-2 subject to availability of parts. Neptune2 (now available only as Ruggedized Neptune2) is the generational replacement.
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    Altimaster III

    The Altimaster III was originally designed and manufactured by SSE, Inc. Alti-2 acquired the manufacturing rights in 1999 and included the device in their first line of sport altimeters. Altimaster III is no longer manufactured, but still serviced by Alti-2 subject to availability of parts. The Altimaster Galaxy was introduced with the new Millenium as a generational replacement.
  7. A waterproof version of Galaxy for pond swoopers who prefer an analog instrument over digital. Offered only in black; all Galaxy face plates are available. Due to waterproofing the lens is not user replaceable.
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    Altimaster Neptune2

    Get the latest Neptune features for free Waterproof, not just water resistant User friendly menu system Automatically changes to GROUND, AIRCRAFT, FREEFALL and CANOPY modes Display can be electronically flipped Electroluminescent backlight Selectable units: feet or meters Audible Alarm Details Four groups of personalized audible alarm settings Canopy alarms adjustable in 10' increments Freefall alarms adjustable in 100' increments Logbook Details Detailed logbook to record your skydives electronically Logs CRW, wingsuit, hop & pop, and high altitude jumps Infrared interface for downloading log to Paralog client software Other Features Automatic calibration for DZ altitude (manual override is available) 40,000+++ feet MSL altitude range Altitude is measured 16 times a second to ensure accuracy Training mode simulates normal freefall and descent rate for normal deployment, high speed and low speed malfunctions Uses 1 commonly available DL2450 battery Neptune2 is now only available as the Ruggedized model.
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    Altimaster N3 Audio

    The N3 Audio is a digital audio altimeter (NOT a visual altimeter), designed to integrate with your mp3 player. You must wear a headset with the N3 Audio as there is no speaker built into the unit. The features of this unit is similar to the Altimaster N3 except for the alarms. This unit has preset verbal freefall and canopy alarms, freefall and canopy alarm volume is adjustable, it has downloadable wav files and it speaks your current altitude. N3 Audio is no longer manufactured, but still serviced by Alti-2 subject to availability of parts.
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    Altimaster Stratosphere

    Originally designed for jumpers who regularly go higher than 18,000 FT MSL, the Stratosphere includes all the features of the Galaxy, plus an extended range mechanism which registers altitudes to 30,000 FT MSL.
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    Paralog

    Paralog is the world's leading skydiving logbook and flight analysis software. Paralog downloads jump logs from N3, and also supports FlySight and most consumer GPS, adding a new dimension to post-flight analysis with concise charts and interactive 3D views. Paralog now includes Alti-2’s Neptune Maintenance Utility (NMU) functionality and currently supports Windows and Mac. Although created with GPS and freefall loggers in mind, Paralog can be used as a stand-alone skydiver's logbook without a freefall logger. One or more freefall loggers can be added later at any time.
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    Altimaster II

    The Altimaster II was originally designed by Stephen L. Snyder almost 50 years ago. The Altimaster II face is a registered trademark and is internationally recognized. Steve Snyder introduced the Altimaster concept of: 0-12,000' which was founded on the belief that most people are accustomed to reading a clock face, and that a freefall takes about 60 seconds -- one sweep of the second hand. The needle points at the numbers and does not cover them up. The Altimaster II contains a durable mechanism made from temperature compensating metals for minimal friction and precision accuracy with an altitude range of 16,000 feet. Face plate available in feet or meters.