|Reader Unit||Digital LCD display, audible warning|
|Chuck Type||Clip on|
|Optional Chuck||Dual Head Chuck|
|Scale||175 PSI, 12 Bar, 1,200 kPa|
|Accuracy||+/- 0.3 PSI @ 25 - 75PSI|
|Operation||Auto inflate, deflate|
|Supply Pressure Max.||182 PSI|
|Inlet Size||1/4" NPT / BSP female|
|Hose Length||5 ft (1.5 M) Recoiled Hose|
|Advised Application||Garage, Industrial, Workshops|
|Supply Voltage||AC 110 - 240V(50 - 60Hz), or DC 12V|
|Wattage||10 W max.|
|Working Temperature||-10 ~ +50℃|
|Humidity Range||Up to 95% RH non condensing|
|Inflation Flow||2,500 L/min @ 175 PSI|
|Dimension||325 x 195 x 80 mm|
What’s the Best Tire Pressure Tool?
Use a tire pressure gauge to make sure your tires have proper inflation pressure, and then fill your tires with air as needed. Many people mistakenly think that the correct inflation pressure is located on the tire’s sidewall. What’s listed on the sidewall is the maximum inflation pressure for the tire, but keeping your tires at the maximum PSI could make them wear faster or compromise your traction or braking abilities;
What Determines The Vehicle Manufacturer’s Pound Per Square Inch (PSI) Recommendation?
Ride comfort and performance
Traction and Wear
It’s important to match your tire inflation pressure to the vehicle you are driving. Check for your tires’ recommended pressure on the driver’s side door jamb or in your vehicle owner’s manual. Also, be sure to check your tire pressure before you hit the road as your tires may read as having a higher psi after a long drive.