The Element is an easy-to-use, single button, puck-style computer offering a myriad of dive data details plus some new features including a deep stop function all in an affordable package. The TUSA Element 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' (15meters), 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.
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 330' (99 meters), imperial or metric units of measurements, temperature, 12/24 hour format, pre-dive plan mode from 30'-190' (9-57 meters), time to fly and de-saturation countdowns, 12 dive log memory function and more. Computer will adjust altitude from 0' to 14.000' (0 to 4,270 meters). TUSA's computers feature visual alarms for the most important dive data warnings. Ascent rate, maximum depth, no decompression limits, safety stop and several other key data can alert the diver. Computer is housed in a sturdy, durable and impact resistant rubber wrist boot with wrist strap, comes with a spare battery and owner's manual.