Device used by divers to measure dive time and depth, calculate safe ascendancy, and avoid decompression sickness. Other features such as air supply, water temperature, and dive logging are also available.
Engineering you can rely on. The TX1 is a mixed-gas dive computer capable of open circuit air/nitrox/trimix and wireless HP monitoring. The TX1 utilizes a Bühlmann ZHL-16C algorithm with user adjustable gradient factors, allowing the diver to uniquely control their decompression calculations. With up to 6 gases and 6 independent transmitters, there are unlimited options for the use of this gauge for both recreational and technical diving.FREE SHIPPING Get free ground shipping when you have your Hollis purchase shipped to your local dive shop! Find a Dealer Locator. Available in US only. AUP has been making dive computers for 30+ years. It is our innovation and attention to detail that have made us the leader in the industry. Building on this legacy is the TX1, the first Trimix dive computer ever produced by AUP.The TX1 is simple yet extremely capable, supporting air, nitrox and helium gas mixes with the option for wireless HP. With up to 6 gases and 6 independent transmitters, there are unlimited options for the use of this product for both recreational and technical diving. We utilize the proven Bühlmann ZHL-16C algorithm with user adjustable gradient factors, gases and dive profile, allowing the diver to uniquely control their decompression calculations. Also included with the TX1 is the powerful and easy to use HTCI (Hollis Trimix Computer Interface) software. HTCI allows users to view, edit and manage their dive data and computer settings from their PC computer. The software and required connection cable are free with purchase. The TX1 can use, but is not sold with, a wireless transmitter.
Up to 6 gases
Helium, oxygen, nitrox, air
Wireless air integration up to 6 transmitters
Advanced 3 axis digital compass
PO2 settings from 1.0 to 1.6
Max operational depth 400ft
FO2 7% 100%
Set Helium from 0% to 93%
Powered by the tried and true Buhlmann ZHL 16C algorithm with adjustable gradient factors