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TUSA Element II, 2 Gauge Computer Console (SCA-252)


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About Tusa Element II

The SCA-252 two-gauge Element II console features the IQ-750 Element II dive computer and a 4000 PSI pressure gauge in a compact low-profile two color boot. The computer console is a full-featured, user-friendly instrument with an innovative interface designed exclusively for divers. The Element II can be operated as an air computer, nitrox (EANx) computer, digital depth gauge/timer or as a free dive depth gauge/timer. The IQ-750 offers several desirable features including: Water-activation, 2 mix gas switching ability, a large alphanumeric and backlit display, audible and visual alarms, advanced user safety settings, and PC download/upload. Computer is powered by a user replaceable CR2450 lithium battery. TUSA Algorithm is based on Buhlmann ZHL-16c Pelagic Z+ model a modified Haldanean 12 compartment algorithm. Computer features include a maximum depth display of 399' (120 meters), imperial or metric units, temperature, 12/24 hour format, pre-dive plan mode from 30'-190' (9-57 meters), time to fly and de-saturation countdowns, 24 dive log memory function and more.

The TUSA Element II dive computer features a deep stop function for additional safety. The deep stop mode is activated when a dive exceeds 80' (24 meters) for more than 1 second. Upon ascent past 50' (15 meters), the computer will display a deep safety stop screen and the recommended stop at 40' (12 meters) for a period of 2 minutes. This deep stop is highly recommended as additional opportunity to off-gas, but is not mandatory. If the diver chooses not to serve the stop it will not adversely affect the remaining no-decompression limits of the dive. 

2 Gas Mix: This feature allows the diver to preset two Nitrox gas mixtures (Mix 1 and Mix 2) for easy switching during the dive as necessary. Mix 1: 21 to 50%, Mix 2: 21 to 99%.The altitude smart mode allows the computer to automatically adjust for altitude diving. Computer will adjust altitude from 0' to 14.000' (0 to 4,270 meters). TUSA's computers feature audible and visual alarms for the most important dive data warnings. Ascent rate, maximum depth, no decompression limits, safety stop and several other key data can be set to alert the diver. Computer feature a backlit display for night diving or low-light situations. The bright backlight is activated by a touch of a button and the duration can be set for up to 10 seconds in length enabling the diver to view critical dive data easily and quickly. TUSA's PCLogbook and TUSA DataLog PC interfaces allow the diver to transfer complete log and profile history from the dive computer to a personal computer or upload user settings to the computer. A PC interface unit is sold separately. Computer comes with a spare battery and owner's manual.

The TUSA's Pressure Gauge is a rugged easy to read gauge that has color coded pressure readout for added safety. The gauge measures pressure from 0 to 4,000 psi. The 0 to 600 psi section is colored in bright red to denote reserve air. Pressure gauge is also equipped with a luminescent gauge face. The entire face glows bright enough to make it ideal for night diving or diving in dark areas but contains no radioactive materials. Both the computer and gauge are incased in an impact resistant boot with an eyelet for attachment of a lanyard or clip. HP hose is 7/16" threaded.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


Tusa Element II Features

  • TUSA Element II, 2 Gauge Computer Console:
  • Great Compact Two Gauge Console
  • Impact Resistant Boot
  • Attachment Eyelets for Clip or Lanyard
  • 7/16" Threaded HP Hose
  • Owner Manuals
  • Computer:
  • Advanced 3 Button Puck-Style Module Computer
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free Dive Operating Modes
  • 2 Mix Switching Feature: Mix 1 (Air, 21-50%), Mix 2 (Air, 21-100%)
  • Manual or Water-Activation
  • Audible and Flashing Icon Alarms
  • Large Alphanumeric and Backlit Display
  • Advanced User Safety Settings
  • Deep Stop Feature and Safety Stop
  • 1 Touch Log Access
  • Automatic Altitude Adjustment from Sea Level to 14,000' (4,270 meters)
  • No Fly Icon, Residual Nitrogen Discharge Time Display
  • PC Download/Upload Settings/Log Data w/TUSA Datalog Interface
  • User-Replaceable Battery w/Hot-Swap (Battery: CR2450, 3V), Includes Spare
  • TUSA Algorithm Based On Buhlmann ZHL-16c Pelagic Z+
  • Variable Ascent Rate Indicator
  • Maximum Depth Display: 399' (120 meters)
  • Imperial or Metric Units of Measure
  • Temperature Gauge, 12/24 Hour Clock Format
  • Pre-Dive Plan Mode from 30'-190' (9-57 meters)
  • Time to Fly and De-Saturation Countdowns
  • 24 Dive Log Memory Function
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • 0 to 4,000 psi Read Out
  • Color Coded for Added Safety: Red Safety Reserve 0 to 600 psi 
  • Gauge Face: Luminescent for Night or Low Light Situations
  • Shock Resistant Bourdon Tube Mechanism

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gigy g  Is it possible to switch from ft to meter? and from F to C?
JUDY T  Yes it is. The menu is not exactly intuitive but the computer can be set to display metric values. The manual has the information to do that. Hope that helps!
JUDY T  Yes. This is a very full featured computer and temp and depth are set independent of each other either metric or imperial
Marilyn S  Yes you can switch from imperial to metric units.
gigy g  I've chated with someone today, I think it was Justin, and he said it can only be changed from Fahrenheit to Celsius and not from foot to meter? Could you pls confirm both of them are possible? I´m from Arg and would like to see the display in meter and celsius. Thanks again!
Shopper  Does this computer have a water temperature readout?
CHRIS W  Yes, the main dispaly shows water temperature in either F or C. It is also recorded as part of your dive profile.
Shopper  For the purpose of dive planning and downloading logs to a computer, how easy does the IQ-750 come out of the element II console?
Frank L  It is not so easy. Its not something you want to do on a regular basis.
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