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No. The compressor only plugs into a 12-volt cigarette lighter socket located in your car. It has a long 14-foot power cord, which should allow you to reach all four tires on most vehicles.
Yes! When inflating bicycle tires It is important to note:
The cord is 12 feet.
Yes, it does have a conveniently placed on/off switch on the front panel. In order to avoid fuse burning, it is important to have the on/off button in theoff position before connecting the device to the car’s power source.
It is about 12 inches. For ease of use, try to make sure the tire's inflator valve is near the ground. Otherwise, you may have to hold the pump closer to the tire’s valve stem.
Yes! The inflator comes with the special adapter so you can inflate all types of inflatables.
**Please note that this will take much longer than a typical pump because this tire inflator is made for higher pressure instead of pushing lots of air at once.
The noise level is a little louder than a car's engine at idle speed.
We recommend you use the product with the ignition key in the position whichpowers all accessories and DO NOT start the engine. When the engine is running, the alternator in your car charges the car battery, so the voltage in your car is more than standard 12V (it will be somewhere between 13-14.4V). Since the compressor is designed to run from 12V, and this is the voltage when the engine is stopped, we recommend not starting the engine.
Yes! Just set the gauge to the desired pressure and it will shut off when the pressure is reached.
Yes, you can change the display to PSI, BAR, and kPa.
You can use it on all 4 tires (a top-up of around 4-5 psi for each tire) without needing to cool the unit down. If you are inflating for a greater range of psi, and a longer time than 15 minutes, then it is recommended to allow the device to rest.
Possibly. Sometimes, when a battery has been dead and out of use for that long, it will not take a charge anymore no matter what type of jump starter is used because the cells inside have burned out. In this case, you will most likely need a new battery.
Hold down the on switch until the light turns on. Press it repeatedly to cycle through the light options. Steady, blinking, then the SOS pattern. The SOS light pattern is programed to correlate with international standard SOS signal for distress.
Yes. The jump starter will work on any lead-acid battery that holds a negative and positive charge.
Yes, the battery inside has overcharge protection, but we do not recommend you leave the product charging after its full charge cycle is complete.
That depends. As with all batteries, if the battery has been unused for a prolonged or extended period of time, it will have lost some power. To avoid this, you should recharge the battery to full about every three months.
Yes, you can charge the battery in a 12V DC/cigarette lighter, which is found in most automobiles or with the provided adapter for your wall outlet at home. We do not recommend keeping the device plugged in at all times after it is fully charged.
Yes. It will work on all standard tire valves including those found on bicycles, motorcycles, trucks, RV's, and more. Some bicycles use a Presta valve stem on their tires. For those, you will need an adapter that can be found in most stores.
Yes. The gauge is made from stainless steel and mechanical-grade rubber.
That is the air release button or bleed valve. It wipes the current pressure reading from the face of the gauge display and also allows a controlled release of air for over inflated tires.
The Family Tool tire gauge display dial has a diameter of 2". Most standard mechanical tire pressure gauges are 1.5" in diameter. The extra half-inch of our gauge allows for easier reading, especially in lower light. For your convenience, the pressure reading will stay on the display after the gauge has been taken off the tire and can be reset by pressing the air release button.
It will! The gauge will display the psi of air, nitrogen, or mixture of both gases as long as it reads below 60psi.
The item slides onto the valve stem. Additionally, the Chuck, which engages with the valve stem, rotates 360 degrees to facilitate proper engagement with the stem.
Answer: Chargers like this make power that can be stored in any external battery, not just your phone. This charger has a small battery built-in, which can store a little charge you can use later. However, if you already have a favorite lipstick battery or brick, you can just plug that into the charger during the day, like you would into an outlet, and you'll have a juiced-up battery to use at night.
Yes. The solar charger can charge all brands of smartphones, regular phones, and devices that can be connected with a USB.
Yes. The unit needs sun power to generate electricity.
Yes. There is a 2500 mAh battery that stores power and gives you a charge when there is no sun.
No. After the battery has charged, it stores the power and allows you to charge or power your devices without sun until it is drained of power.
Yes. The device comes with suction cups that attach to a window and allow you to hang to charger.