The Platina Twin Console is a water depth gauge plus residual pressure gauge for use together with a wrist-type compass.
The SCA-230 console with 250 bar pressure gauge features a helical bourdon tube for a more accurate display of remaining air pressure. The 45m depth gauge features a Maximum Depth Indicator for added safety and convenience. The maximum depth indicator will read the deepest part of the dive, even if the diver is no longer at that depth. Precision engineered to the highest standards, and delivering quality that is second to none. An excellent choice for both beginning and experienced divers as a complimentary computer gauge.
Both gauges feature the Lumi-Nova luminous faces. TUSA is the first company in the world to incorporate Lumi-Nova light storage dials, 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 but contains no radioactive materials.
When you're down 30 metres, you have to rely on your instruments. That's why you should count on TUSA. Our instruments are precision engineered to the highest standards, delivering quality that's second to none. This translates into an added peace of mind for you.
- Compact 2 gauge analog console includes a depth gauge and a high-pressure gauge.
- Lumi-Nova® Light-storage dail is easy to read in dark or low visibility conditions.
- 250 bar pressure gauge and 45m depth gauge.
- Gauge boot includes a ring for attachment of BCJ hooks, etc.
- Colours: Black.
Lumi-Nova® Light-Storage Dial (Depth, Pressure Gauge).
No gauge can be called functional unless it can be read at all times, day or night. To insure visibility in dark locations, the gauge dials use pigments which make them visible in the dark. These pigments come in two types: luminous pigment and light-storage pigment. Luminous pigments glow continuously because of the radioactive material they contain. However, radioactive materials (however small in amount), are strictly controlled for production and disposal, which limits their practical use. Light storage pigments, on the other hand, contain no radioactive materials, but are impractical due to their short luminescence times. The solution is Lumi-Nova: a light storage pigment that can glow for an entire night. TUSA is the first company in the world to incorporate Lumi-Nova light storage dials, an epoch-making innovation offering several times the brightness of conventional dials, not to mention longer luminescence times. The entire face glows bright enough to make it ideal for night diving or diving in dark areas. And needless to say, it contains no radioactive materials.
Pressure Gauge. The pressure gauge uses a high-pressure helical bourdon tube for a precise reading of remaining tank air. Regularly checking tank pressure and water depth is a basic condition for safe diving. It's important to get into the habit of surfacing before the indicator needle enters the red zone below 50bar (5MPa) / 750 psi. Our gauge dial features the groundbreaking Lumi-Nova pigment which offers several times the brightness of conventional dials.
Depth Gauge. This depth gauge uses an extremely precise low-pressure C-type bourdon tube system to provide the diver with always accurate water depth. The gauge has an adjuster to change the 0m point of the water depth indicator needle, thereby giving the diver the ability to respond to zero point fluctuations caused by changes in pressure, height, temperature, and other factors. Our gauge dial features the groundbreaking Lumi-Nova pigment which offers several times the brightness of conventional dials.
Ergonomic Design. Ergonomics is the science of how to adapt mechanical items to meet the needs of man. You may think that ergonomics plays a minute role in the design of instruments, however at TUSA nothing could be further from the truth. You see, we study the needs of today's divers then create products that work in harmony with your natural underwater movements. TUSA instruments are also carefully crafted so they are easy to use. The console is another example of ergonomics in action, with a simple turn of your wrist you get an instant status report.