SEAC USA–Consolle 2 Pressure & Depth Gauge
Consolle 2 Pressure & Depth Gauge
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SEAC USA Consolle 2 Pressure & Depth Gauge
Every diver needs gauges they can count on to monitor their depth and air consumption. Seac console measures up to 5,000 psi and 200' in depth. Pressure gauge measures up to 5,000 psi, and is designed with patented Bourdon tube mechanism for accuracy and reliability.
Gauge is color-coded for monitoring your status at a glance. The 0 to 500 psi section is bright red for reserve air warning. The pressure gauge has a luminescent face for easy reading in low light or night diving conditions. Durable chromed brass body construction with scratch resistant polycarbonate lens and a 31" (78.75 cm) 7/16" threaded high pressure hose equipped with a hose protector. The gauge console is nitrox ready up to 40% oxygen out of the box.
The 200' depth gauge comes equipped with a maximum depth indicator needle that marks the deepest depth reached on your dive. This function is extremely-handy for logging of dive information. The Seac depth gauge is a Bourdon tube in oil bath design for extreme accuracy and reliability. The depth gauge also has a luminescent face for easy reading in low light or night diving conditions.
The gauge face is color coded for at a glance depth monitoring. The 0' to 30' section is red for denoting the range of safety stops. The 30' to 90' section is green in color and the 90' to full scale is color coded in yellow to denote deeper depths and those beyond normal sport diving limits.
Durably constructed with scratch resistant polycarbonate lenses and the console is made in Italy.
- Complete Pressure and Depth Instrument Console
- Luminescent Faces for Easy Reading in Low Light or Night Diving Conditions
- Designed w/Patented Bourdon Tube for Accuracy & Reliability
- Durable Construction: Case; Chromed Brass, Lens; Scratch Resistant Polycarbonate
- Color-Coded for Monitoring Status At-a-Glance
- Made in Italy
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