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Digital Inflator Gauge

Part # 192030

• The digital inflator gauge has three function design: inflate, deflate and measure pressure
• Measuring range: 3 ~ 175psi and displays in KG, PSI or Bar measurement
• Digital inflator gauge equipped with 20“(500mm) durable rubber hose with new bend guard
• 3.5″ Large gauge face, LCD, digital read-out
• Allows accurate reading of tire pressure assisting with functionality of use with TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
• The digital inflator gauge could work on a nitrogen system
• Unit covered with rubber sleeve for extra comfort and durability
• On/off power button with auto shut-off for increased battery life
• Easy change AAA battery design for 4X longer use
• New 3X longer backlight function

Product Detail

Part Number 192030
Reader Unit Digital LCD display
Chuck Type Clip on
Max. Inflation 174psi / 1,200 kPa / 12 Bar / 12 kgf
Scale psi / kPa / Bar / kgf
Inlet Size 1/4" NPT / BSP female
Hose Length 20"(500mm)
Housing Aluminum die casting with rubber cover
Trigger Stainless steel
Accuracy +/-2 psi @ 25 - 75psi
(exceeds EC Directives 86/217)
Dimension(mm) 300 x 150 x 110
Weight 1.0 kgs
Operation inflate, deflate, measure
Max. Airline Pressure 200 psi / 1300 kPa / 13 Bar / 14 kgf
Deflation Valve Combi trigger
Powered by 2 x AAA (included)

Why Digital Tire Gauge Inflator?

Digital tire gauge inflators are the most accurate and very easy to read. Most will display air pressure in psi, kPa (kilopascal) or bar (barometric or 100 kPa). Once the digital tire gauge inflator is pressed on to the valve stem, the gauge can read the pressure in two or three seconds. Digital gauges rely on batteries, so you'll have to keep an eye on power levels.

The Importance of Proper Tire Pressure

Approximately 11,000 car crashes each year are caused by tire failure, according to an estimate by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Underinflated tires are pinpointed as a major cause of failure, while properly inflated tires can yield a 3.3% increase in fuel economy -- and may just save your life.

Most new vehicles have a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that warns if a tire dips under the recommended air pressure. If your car is older, however, you'll need to use a tire pressure gauge to check if you have the correct tire pressures. You'll be served well to check them regularly because your tires are the only part of your car that actually touch the ground.

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