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Campbell Hausfeld

Model RP410099AV

Internet #202947114

120-Volt Inflator

$35.99 /each

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The RP4100 is the perfect around-the-house inflator-it plugs into any 120-Volt standard household outlet and immediately provides up to 120 psi to quickly inflate tires, rafts, kiddie pools, air mattresses, sports equipment, and more.Proper tire inflation saves time, money, and also protects the environment by improving your car's gas mileage. Thankfully, with the RP4100 you can keep your tires at optimal pressure--just use the inflator to pump up car and motorcycle tires, bike and scooter tires, and even wheel barrow tires. This ultra-convenient inflator can even help improve your game by ensuring that footballs, basketballs, and volleyballs are properly inflated.

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  • Powerful design perfect for home or workshop
  • Fast and easy inflation of tires and sporting equipment
  • Built in tire pressure gauge
  • Plugs into standard 120-Volt household outlet
  • Built in carry handle

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can you set it for the amount of air you want to put in the tire and will it shut off when correct pressure is added.

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May 3, 2016
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No, it has a dial style analog gauge, but no digital gauge that you can preset to
your required PSI.
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No.
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No. Watch the gage and shut off when your desired level is reached.
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Clinton Twp., MI
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April 8, 2015
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No. However, this unit has an integral pressure gage that is easy to read. When I'm inflating the tires on my cars I let it run until the pressure reads 40 pounds per square inch (PSI) and then I shut it off. You will lose about 2 psi when you disconnect the inflator hose from the tire valve.
I recommend that you invest in a good quality tire gage instead of one of those cheap ones with the "pop-out" Read More
No. However, this unit has an integral pressure gage that is easy to read. When I'm inflating the tires on my cars I let it run until the pressure reads 40 pounds per square inch (PSI) and then I shut it off. You will lose about 2 psi when you disconnect the inflator hose from the tire valve.
I recommend that you invest in a good quality tire gage instead of one of those cheap ones with the "pop-out" stick. My gage reads from 0 to 60 psi maximum and is very accurate. I then bleed off pressure on each tire so that all four tires read the same exact pressure. In my case, I set my tires for 32 psi. Benefits: A great ride and better fuel economy.
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September 2, 2014
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No, for this inflator you will need to watch the gauge and manually shut off when desired pressure is achieved.
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WILL IT WORK OM MOTORHOME TIRES 85 LBS MAX

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February 6, 2016
JUST NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MOTORHOME TIRES 85 LBS PER TIRE
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May 3, 2016
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You should be able to get 85PSI out of this inflator, but I'd recommend
turning it on and off every couple of minutes to not overheat it. I went with
4 inflation cycles of about 3 minutes, with 2-3 minute rest cycles in between.
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February 16, 2016
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I have a 1944 International M5H6 6X6 army truck. Yes it will inflate large tires!
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February 8, 2016
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It would be best to get a compressor with a decent size tank to inflate motor home tires.
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Will this inflate a completely flat car tire (rim is on pavement) without removing the tire?

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January 23, 2016
The tire has a small puncture. I just want to inflate the tire to get it to a shop to replace or repair the tire.
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Yes, provided the bead has not come loose from the rim, and there is not a hole in the tire itself.
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February 16, 2016
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my friend's Ranger truck had a flat all winter. The village threatened to tow it if he didnt fix the tire. Hooked up little compressor with an extension cord, and yes, it inflated. it will as long as tire bead isnt broken from rim. Mine was a Model WP3310000AJ, 20 years old. If Campbell cant find me motor brushes to replace I will get this one, just a modern version
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January 25, 2016
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The RP4100 will inflate the completely flat car tire but it will take a long time.
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what are the amperage requirements?

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Can I plug this unit in to an inverter I have in my car?
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Listed as a "2 amp" unit, but my experience over the years with inflators tells me that it may draw more than that at times. Still, as a 120V unit, not a concern like it would be with a 12V unit.
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The current rating is 2 Amps @ 120 VAC / 60 Hz. Actual draw is probably around 1.5 Amps. As to whether you can plug it into you car inverter, that will depend on its current rating.
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September 16, 2014
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The RP4100 inflator draws 2.0 amps. It can be used with an inverter if it is rated for at least 2.0 amps.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Campbell hausfeld 120-volt inflator I only used this a few times.But it seemed to fill my tires well August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy inflation The 120 volt inflator makes it very easy to check car tire pressures at home. It also makes bike tires easy to service. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works good It's not as strong as my old sears unit, but does the job. I use it to inflate my bike tires. I would not recommend it for car tires. It is difficult to detach and does lose too much air in the process. June 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good inflator, small convenient size Bought to top off my RV tires while out on the road. Understand the limitations of inflating the larger size RV tires up to 80PSI, and it does take a few minutes per tire. Still, a good quality unit that does what I expected it to do, all within a small package size. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I was looking for. Much better quality than I expected for the price. Not as loud, and it's faster, than my previous 12-volt inflator. The tires on my motorcycle need topping off almost every month and if I had known about this unit I would have replace my 12-volt long ago. March 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck does not remove easily from valve stems This inflator does a fair job of inflating a car tire. It's relatively quiet and it doesn't move around on the ground due to vibration, but it seems kind of slow and the pressure gauge reads a little high compared to my own pressure gauge. The worst attribute of this inflator is that, once you've finished inflating a tire, the locking chuck is not easily removed from the valve stem. When you flip the lever to the unlocked position, the chuck is difficult to remove smoothly and quickly from the stem -- it sticks. And, it's not consistently difficult. That is, sometimes you lose only a little bit of air and sometimes you lose a lot of air in the process of forcing it off the stem. This means that you have to compensate by overfilling the tire more than you would otherwise. Then, once the chuck is off the tire, you may need to bleed off excess air. My expectations for how an inflator -- and a locking chuck -- should work are based on a 25-year old Black & Decker inflator that recently stopped working. It had a solid metal -- not sheet metal -- chuck that had a very positive -- not rubbery -- feel to the locking mechanism. And, it slipped off the stem quickly and easily. And yes, I know that I can replace the new inflator's chuck with a better one, but I shouldn't have to!! Normally, I would return this inflator because of the chuck, but it seems like every inflator in its price range has the same type of poorly designed, cheaply-made chuck. And, from the reviews I've read, this seems to be the most reliable inflator in its class. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good inflator Well built item that works faster than a battery powered one, with good fit from hose to valve. March 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I like a unit that works off a wall outlet. Even though I'm not 100% sure of the accuracy of the pressure gauge, the unit operated as discribed. I have a second guage that shows a discrepancy in the PSI. Which gauge is accurate? February 10, 2016
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