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2 minutes ago, Frederic said:

This is perfectly normal @RohanH. There is no compressor in the world that can show an accurate reading while it is inflating. You need to stop the compressor so the pressure can equalize.

 

Thank you @Frederic. I can say this compressor is perfect then. 

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23 minutes ago, Frederic said:

This is perfectly normal @RohanH. There is no compressor in the world that can show an accurate reading while it is inflating. You need to stop the compressor so the pressure can equalize.

Enoc / Eppco / Adnoc / Emarat do show while inflating ;-) 

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1 minute ago, Gaurav said:

Enoc / Eppco / Adnoc / Emarat do show while inflating ;-) 

Nope, it stops at certain intervals (pulse width modulation) to reach the desired pressure. 

An example:

Setpoint is 36 Psi. The moment you connect your tyre it measures the actual (for example 10 psi). Then the system understands it needs to go from 10 to 36 and will use a pre-calculated interval time. The compressor will start running for at least 10-15 seconds non-stop, then it will pause for a second to take the reading, then restart with a shorter stop-start interval until it reaches 36 psi.

 

 

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2 hours ago, RohanH said:

Hey, I used the compressor today. It is fast. And I think with 5 yrs warranty. I didn't use remote. The only thing which bothered me is these king of compressors, shows high PSI when connected and on as soon as I switched it off with still connected to tyre, it was showing right reading. I need to recheck it tomorrow. We both are in fewbie drive tomorrow. You can check it.

Yup as Fred said it's perfectly normal whole inflating. I just use to note what pressure my gauge is at while pumping when it's 35. 

I remember my ARB pump the gauge would show 45-50 ish meant it's almost done. 

So do it once see what pressure the gauge is at when pumping when your have reached the required pressure. 

This way you can carry on withoit stopping every now and then to check.

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