How to Identify old ScubaPro Reg?

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idolef

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Hi all,
few days ago I got an old scubapro regulator (I guess about 15 years old), and I'm not able to identify the model (no model or serial number)
any chance any of you can identify it? (is this an old version of MK2?)

it has 1 HP and 3LP.

2nd stage is R295, but I beleive someone already replaced it few years ago...

Many thanks!
 

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Looks like a mk2, older than 15 years, closer to 30 but it’s possible the “key” was swapped for the round knob on the yoke, solid reg.
 
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Thanks a lot.
I just took it to Scubapro technician, and according to him the regulator is in great shape and can be used.
I think to use it as backup (or stage) regulator, but want to convert it to DIN first.
Do you know if this kit is ok?
 

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It should convert easily with the standard DIN, the oldest ones used a different set up.
 

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