This page is a quick reference guide for the Nautilus XP & GLH

Please refer to your owners manual for complete instructions.

HOW TO TURN THE NAUTILUS XP & GLH ON

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Owners Manual 

Nautilus XP 

Owners Manual 

Nautilus GLH

The code to take the Nautilus out of sleep mode - take the trigger and toggle the following sequence:

(NOTE:  DO THE SEQUENCE SLOWLY - DOING THE SEQUENCE TOO FAST WILL HINDER IT FROM STARTING)

 

Reverse 

Forward 

Forward

 

You will hear a tone will occur upon awakening.

 

IF IT DOES NOT START WAIT 15 SECONDS FOR THE SYSTEM

TO REBOOT AND DO THE SEQUENCE AGAIN SLOWLY.

IMPORTANT TIPS TO KNOW

  • The trigger is ALWAYS to be used in your left hand.

  • The Nautilus must be run in the water.  Do not operate NAUTILUS XP for extended periods out of the water.  

  • Always use of cap when operating the Nautilus XP to control all flowing hair. 

  • Be sure to check all sealed areas prior to each and every dive. - Battery cap O-rings

  • If water enters any part of the unit return to an authorized Indigo dealer for inspection.

  • Remove batteries immediately if wet and return to an authorized Indigo dealer for review.

HOW TO CHARGE BATTERY OF THE INDIGO UNDERWATER SCOOTER 

  • Using the cap tool provided, unscrew the rear caps by inserting the tool into the provided hole and turning the cap counter clockwise.  

  • Carefully set the cap aside ensuring that the o-ring stay clear of debris and dirt. 

  • Disconnect the XT60 connector 

  • Repeat on the second tube.

  • Plug in the small lead from the batteries into the charger provided.  The charger can charge both batteries at the same time. 

  • While charging, the indicator light on the charger will remain constant red. 

  • Once charged it will change to green.  Waiting an additional 30-minutes after green on the initial charge will balance the cells. 

TRAVELING WITH YOUR DPV/UNDERWATER SCOOTER  ON AN AIRLINES

  • Place each battery in separate bags.  Either your carry on or a checked bags.  

  • Remove the battery caps with the battery cap remover tool and leave the caps open. TSA will want to look inside the tubes. 

  • TSA may inspect your NAUTILUS DPV.  This is very normal.  

  • Your NAUTILUS DPV is TSA compliant for airline travel. 

IMPORTANT - DO NOT OPERATE NAUTILUS XP FOR EXTENEDED PERIODS OUT OF THE WATER. THE BEARINGS ARE LUBRICATED BY THE WATER.  VIBRATION AND NOISE WILL BE GREATER WHEN DRY.