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Tusa IQ-650 Element – it is recommended dive computer that may be considered by newbies as their first dive instrument or scubadiving clubs and scubadiving shops that may give it for rent, because IQ-650 has a Reset function.
This Tusa dive computer is easy to set and pretty straightforward to use and if you decide to get one – you won’t find any difficulties with it.
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Tusa IQ-650 has only 1 control button for customization and retrieving all necessary data. And it is not very convenient without ‘step back’ function in user’s interface.
Dive computer has following bar graphs at our disposal:
These bar graphs are quite similar to bar graphs in some Oceanic and Aeris dive computers.
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Also, like other dive computers, Tusa IQ-650 has Dive Planner. This function shows us No-Decompression times for depths at the range from 9 meters to 57 meters in 3 meters increments, depending on nitrogen and oxygen loading from the previous dives (if any).
Tusa IQ-650 Element: Diving With Air & Nitrox
Like other Tusa dive computers, IQ-650 has main and alternative displays that we my access during a dive. To swap them – that’s obvious – press the button.
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Upon reaching certain conditions – Tusa IQ-650 may give us Deep Stop and Safety Stop displays with all corresponding attributes – depths and countdown timers, etc.
Difference between displays during diving with Air and Nitrox is such – in Air mode Tusa IQ–650 won’t show display with FO2 and PO2 values, and O2BG may not be seen as well if you dove only with Air previously.
During decompression stage you may have conditional violation (we will discuss only this one as an example) and this happens when you ascend above the displayed decompression stop depth by some reason (can be underwater current or rough seas, etc)
Looks like we have made our underwater adventure with Tusa IQ–650 Element dive computer and it’s time to have a closer look at Log modes or plan our next dive with Dive Planner.
After the Transition period (10 minutes after dive) you may access following data and modes:
Tusa IQ-650 Element: What Divers Say
After our review we may see that Tusa IQ-650 is very basic dive computer but still has all functions to manage safely diving with Air and Nitrox conditions.
Regardless of the fact that it is missing some desirable features like PC Interface and Gauge dive mode, Tusa IQ-650 is good choice for dive clubs and dive shops that may give this dive computer for rent or for your backup computer.