TUSA Double Gauge Pressure & Compass, Imperial (SCA-240)

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TUSA Double Gauge Pressure & Compass, Imperial (SCA-240)

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TUSA Double Gauge Pressure & Compass, Imperial (SCA-240)

About TUSA Double Gauge Pressure & Compass, Imperial (SCA-240)

The TUSA 2-Gauge Console is a Rugged, Easy-to-Read Gauge Combo with Navigation Capabilities. This Console is the choice of Divers who prefer a Wrist Mount Dive Computer. The Pressure Gauge has a Color Coded Pressure Readout for Added Safety. The Gauge measures Pressure from 0 to 4,000 psi. The 0 to 500 psi section is colored in Bright-Red to denote Reserve Air. The Gauge Face has 100 psi Increment Indicators to Full Scale with Numerical Indicators at 500, 1,000, 2,000, 3,000 and 4,000 psi. TUSA is the first company in the world to incorporate Lumi-Nova Light Storage Dials. Lumi-Nova, is a Groundbreaking Innovation offering Several-Times the Brightness of Conventional Dials, as well as Longer-Luminescence Times, the Entire-Face Glows Bright enough to make it Ideal for Night-Diving or Diving in Dark-Areas yet contains No-Radioactive Materials.

Many divers take compasses for granted, considering them just an accessory to an overall dive gauge console system. Trying to navigate with a poorly designed or improperly functioning compass can be one of diving's more frustrating events. The TUSA Compass is Liquid Filled for a Smooth, Fast Reacting Compass Headings. The TUSA Compass is Actually a Dual-Purpose Compass. The convenient Side Window allows Quick Reference of Large, Easy-to-Read Bearing Indicators on a Luminescent Display for Gun-Sight Accuracy. Or, for divers who prefer Relative Navigation, the Ratchet Bezel can be Rotated-Easily even with thick neoprene gloves. The Compass Bezel has Compass Headings in 30° degrees Numbered-Increments and Indicator-Marks for every 10° degrees. Bezel has Twin-Heading Indicators for Alignment of Compass Course and a Lubber Line across the Compass Face. The 2-Gauge are incased in an Impact Resistant Boot and the Pressure Gauge has a 7/16" Threaded HP Hose. Gauge Console comes with a 12 month limited warranty.

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This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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TUSA Double Gauge Pressure & Compass, Imperial (SCA-240) Features

  • Preferred by Divers with Wrist Mount Dive Computers
  • Rugged, Easy-to-Read Gauge Combo with Navigation Capabilities
  • Lightweight and Compact Console
  • Durable Impact Resistant Boot
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • Color Coded Pressure Readout for Added Safety
  • Readout: 0 to 4,000 psi
  • 0 to 500 psi Color Coded Bright-Red for Reserve Air
  • 100 psi Increment Indicators to Full Scale
  • Numerical Indicators: 500, 1,000, 2,000, 3,000 and 4,000 psi
  • Lumi-Nova Light Storage Dial:
    Groundbreaking Innovation
    Several-Times the Brightness of Conventional Dials
    Longer-Luminescence Times
    Entire-Face Glows Bright
    Ideal for Night Diving or Diving in Dark-Areas
    Contains No-Radioactive Materials
  • 7/16" Threaded HP Hose
  • Compass:
  • Liquid Filled Compass
  • Top and Side Reading
  • Designed for Excellent Navigation
  • Gun-Sight Accurate Navigation
  • Ratchet Bezel
  • Twin Heading Indicators
  • Lubber Line
  • Luminescent Dial

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4.0

reliable double gauge

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only con is that the gauge is not in PSI

 
4.0

Great combo

By

Only pressure/compass combo I could find. Excellent constuction. The pressure gauge and compass are both very easy to read.

 
2.0

Great idea, not well made.

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Wanted a simple console after I bought a wrist computer. This is the only duo console (besides a more expensive Suunto stacking system) that had what I wanted. However the compass is cheap, hard to read on land let alone at 80 feet in dark Monterey Bay. Also the lumber line is a faint, single line and also hard to read.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ILYA K  the less expensive consile i have found
MIKE L  It has what I need and no more.
richard E  What is di/fference between sca-240 and sca-270?
Frank L  The SCA-270 is the newer design, only cosmetic differences.
DAVID A  I have had the 240 for 4 years. It serves its purpose. Just received email from leisure pro to answer your question. I dont have a clue how it differs from Sc270
Paul G  what are the actual gauge sizes?
MIKE L  The gauge dials are 1.5" in diameter.
WALTER H  They are approximately 2" in diameter. Fairly compact, but easy to read. The compass works smoothly, too. I've been using it for about 5 years now with no issues or complaints.
Paul G  Thanks Walter for the prompt reply. Are the gauges with the XS Scuba Pressure Gauge / Compass Combo about the same size? If so, are there any other features, other that the physical configuration, that would make either the XS Scuba Pressure Gauge / Compass Combo or SCA_240 preferrable? Paul
WALTER H  I can't quite tell from the photos as to whether one guage is larger than the other. They are probably about hte same size. It appears that the XS Combo is a front-to-back configuration. I deliberately stayed away from that style because I don't like to have to turn the console over to use the compass. I like it on the same side as the gauge. Much more convenient for me. But its your choice.
Paul G  I would also like to know the sizes of the gauges in the TUSA SCA-240
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