Automatic Digital Tyre Inflator / Deflator

r0bl

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Sorry about late reply.... I to have one that I got with the lcool deal years ago. It uses a bizarre non-standard 12 volt over mini USB A plug.. these are normally 5 volt so it is very difficult to source a charger ...

Have you got a description of the adapter you found as the ebay link has expired ...
 

boobook

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G_ute

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I have been thinking of one of these as an automatic cutoff, around $50.

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On paper seems like it will work.
 

boobook

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I have been thinking of one of these as an automatic cutoff, around $50.

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On paper seems like it will work.

That seems like it would work to inflate the tyres if you have a tank, but it would not allow you to deflate the tyres.

It would be a bit fiddly too IMHO.
 

Krumpy

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The one from the op needs a compressor to deflate. Can’t confirm the other Models. It’s nit an issue for me As it’s always hooked up
 

boobook

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The one from the op needs a compressor to deflate. Can’t confirm the other Models. It’s nit an issue for me As it’s always hooked up
It doesn't need to be hooked up to a compressor. It does need to have back pressure though. I made up a Nitto connector that is blocked and put that on for deflation. It works a treat.
 

protik

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It doesn't need to be hooked up to a compressor. It does need to have back pressure though. I made up a Nitto connector that is blocked and put that on for deflation. It works a treat.

@boobook Could I ask what parts you used? Saw something similar in below video and trying to source these air fittings..

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boobook

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@boobook Could I ask what parts you used? Saw something similar in below video and trying to source these air fittings..

Mine has a Nitto male fitted to the inlet, and a female on the hose to the compressor.

I made up another female with a 1/4" thread and a 1/4" plug screwed into it. One each of these. I also tied a piece of string to it and to the handle so it is always there when I grab the deflator inflator. I just plug this into the inlet of the inflator / deflator when deflating. Bingo.
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protik

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@boobook Awesome thanks. Have ordered one. Are you using it with single or twin compressor? Wondering if I will have any dramas using the AUTO 1000 with the ARB single compressor (tankless).. which I could mount in the engine bay or else have to opt for portable twin.
 

boobook

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@boobook Awesome thanks. Have ordered one. Are you using it with single or twin compressor? Wondering if I will have any dramas using the AUTO 1000 with the ARB single compressor (tankless).. which I could mount in the engine bay or else have to opt for portable twin.
Glad I can help.

I have a tank with a single and a dual compressor feeding it ( for redundancy, and to use air tools). You will need to make sure whatever compressor you use has a cut-off switch and I guess a tank is preferable.
 
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