Nautilus Wholesale Diving Supplier Nautilus supplies diving products into the UK, Ireland, Europe and other countries such as Iceland and Norway which are also in our economic area. We now supply over 20 brands through our network of over 100 retailers. The things I did included: 1) running Windows updates (Windows 7 & this computer had been sitting for 3 years), 2) trying all three ports, 3) installing the USB driver separately (the link for this is near the bottom of this page: Nautilus Lifeline Support Troubleshooting PC Software), and 4) swapping the cable. YD Scuba Diving Forums Since 2001 A forum community dedicated to Yorkshire Scuba divers and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about scuba, equipment, medicine, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! V.58 firmware update is good to go and available on our website. Easiest way to download is to pull up your Lifeline desktop software, go to our website Nautilus Lifeline VHF - GPS Radio for Divers and click on 'update'. If you connect your lifeline to your computer via supplied usb cord, you will be prompted if you want to update your firmware.
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Drivers Installer for Nautilus Lifeline (COM21)
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Nautilus Lifeline (COM21): Drivers List
1 drivers are found for ‘Nautilus Lifeline (COM21)’. To download the needed driver, select it from the list below and click at ‘Download’ button. Please, ensure that the driver version totally corresponds to your OS requirements in order to provide for its operational accuracy.
The original Nautilus Radio has been discontinued.
Nautilus LifeLine Radio puts safety into the hands of everyone in, or on the water. Nautilus LifeLine Radio is depth rated to 425 feet (cap closed) and is a very simple, but incredibly clever way to call or send a distress message to boats around you up to a demonstrated range of 34 miles. The Nautilus LifeLine Radio works everywhere in the world.
Firmware version 1.02 incorporates an updated user interface that is very intuitive. For a full explanation of the changes, please see page 12 and page 13 of the Operations Manual (Available Below). Please follow the steps below if you are interested:
Latest: Feb, 2015
Firmware Update (V1.02)
Operations Manual 1.02
Operations Manual 0.80
Quick Start Guide-EN.FR.DE
(FR) Manuel des opérations
(ES) Manual De Instrucciones
PC (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
Mac (OS X 10.5 – 10.11)
Desktop Software Readme
VHF GPS Specifications
CE Declaration of Conformity
CE Declaration of Compliance
Drivers Nautilus Lifeline Reviews
LifeLine Radio Specifications
Drivers Nautilus Lifeline Training
|Size & Weight|
|Weight|| 9.88 Oz (280 g) |
| Dimensions|| 2.6'W x 5.72'H x 1.8'D (67x145 x46 mm)|
|Power & Battery|
| Battery || 1850mAh Li-on Rechargeable|
| Battery Capacity|| 24 Hrs +|
| Maximum RF Power|| 1.85 Watts + 0dB / -3.5dB|
| Depth Rating & Communication Range|
| Depth Rating|| 425 Feet (130 Meters) with cap closed|
|Voice Communication Range|| 2-6 Miles (3-10 Km) depending on antenna height|
| Distress Range (Red Button)||Transmits DSC alerts/ GPS to boats up to a demonstrated range of 34 miles (55 km)|
| Frequency Range || All Marine Channels|
|GPS|| Stores up to 30 Waypoints|
| Channel Spacing|| 25 KHz|
|Material|| Polycarbonate, 316 L Stainless Steel|
|Floating|| YES with cap closed|
| Display Type||LCD|