FOR DIVERS WHO WANT THE BEST
Loaded with computing, navigation and personalization features you can't find anywhere else, dive computers simply don't get any better than this.
The GALILEO SOL is truly the ultimate in "smart" dive computers, offering state-of-the-art technology and advanced features you just won't find on other computers.
Offering everything you need in a dive computer to maximize your underwater experience, the GALILEO SOL features hoseless air integration, it can handle three nitrox mixes up to 100 percent O2, it comes with heart rate and skin temperature monitors, and its algorithm calculates true remaining bottom time (RBT) and incorporates Profile Dependant Intermediate Stops (see below), all of which respond directly to your personal physiology to increase your underwater efficiency and add layers of safety to your diving.
The GALILEO SOL is the first and only dive computer to offer an integrated heart rate monitor as standard equipment (the Galileo Luna offers it as an option). This innovative feature incorporates your heartbeat into the workload and then tailors the decompression calculations to your dive. SCUBAPRO is also the only dive computer manufacturer in the world that accounts for the effect of increased workload on human physiology during a dive. Through this technology you get the safest no-stop and decompression stop calculations available, even under the most demanding diving circumstances.
Even though it's a fully loaded dive computer, the GALILEO SOL is surprisingly easy to use. Offering a choice of screen configurations to suit your individual tastes, you navigate through the system via three clearly marked buttons. You can also rotate the screen 180 degrees, enabling the dive computer to be worn with buttons on top or on bottom. The intuitive digital compass with bearing memory features an actual half-compass rose that can be used at a full 90-degree tilt, making it a true aid to underwater navigation.
The Galileo dive computer has undergone some modifications
involving updating the device hard- and software. This modification
also affects the TMX Upgrade, which must also be adapted to the new
hardware. The testing and certification of the TMX upgrade will
take some time to complete.
To determine which version the device is, the Hardware-Version can be displayed on the device. The serial number does not indicate this. The hardware version can be shown by following these steps:
The current TMX Software can not be used with the
updated Galileo's. An error message will be
It is still unknown as to when the Trimix upgrade for the updated Galileo's will be available as the duration of the certification process can vary.