Internet #305709376

Model #DCC020IBP

Store SKU #1003364141

20-Volt MAX Cordless Inflator with 1.5Ah Battery Included

  • Ideal for tire inflation, sports gear, camp mattresses, and more
  • 3 power source options with on-board accessories for versatility
  • Tool is lightweight and portable at only 7.2 lbs.
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$17900

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Product Overview

Our 20-Volt MAX Corded/Cordless Air Inflator can run on any one of three power sources for maximum versatility: 20-Volt MAX battery, 12-Volt DC or 110-Volt AC (adapter sold separately). Use it on the jobsite or on the go. It features a high-pressure rubber hose for durability. The threaded chuck and included onboard accessories make it easy to inflate items from tires to footballs. Setting desired air pressure is simple with the digital gauge and the auto-shutoff provides accurate inflation. The high-volume hose allows fast inflation of mattresses and other inflatables with the push of a button. Move the hose to the deflation port for quick and easy take down. An onboard LED light helps to provide illumination in dark spaces. Heavy-duty rubber feet help reduce walking while in use.
  • High-pressure inflation mode with automatic shutoff
  • High-volume inflation and deflation modes
  • LED light helps to provide illumination
  • 3 power sources for inflation on a jobsite and on the go (20-Volt MAX battery, 12-Volt DC or 110-Volt AC)
  • Convenient onboard accessory storage
  • Heavy-duty rubber feet help reduce walking when in use
  • Threaded chuck for secure connection to inflation valve
  • Ideal for tire inflation, sporting equipment, camping mattresses, rafting and water floats, recreational and professional cycling and off-roading
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
13.27 in
Assembled Height (in.)
5.59 in
Assembled Width (in.)
10.24 in
Cord Length (in.)
165
Hose length (in.)
29

Details

Application Use
Inflation
Battery Amp Hours
1 Ah
Battery/Charger
(1) 1 Ah Battery Included
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Cordless Operation
Included
Air Hose
Maximum Pressure (psi)
160
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Power Type
Cordless Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
7.29
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Inflator
Voltage (v)
20v
Voltage (volts)
20

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Money Back Guarantee, 1 Year Free Service Contract, 1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

65Questions18Answers

Anyone try inflating blow up paddle boards (SUP)s up to 12-15lbs ????

Asked by MudMan October 18, 2020
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Have not tried to inflate a blowup paddle board. I have used the Dewalt 20-volt inflator to fill the inflatable top ring of a 20'x12' above ground pool. It was fast and effective however I had no way to measure the presure inside.

Has anyone used this to inflate an inflatable stand up paddle board?

Asked by SUP October 5, 2020
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Hi SUP have not done that but see no reason why it would not inflate paddle board as will do a pool, tires, etc. so should do great

Can a quick connect be fitted to this model?

Asked by tony October 4, 2020
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Hi Tony if you can find one that size is like 1/8 tread size so could use one, but I have never seen one that small, is same size as a car tire valve

Does this tool include the dc cord and adapter ?

Asked by Mgd October 4, 2020
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Yes it does have a 12v dc cord and adapter in a compartment at one end covered by door. This compressor can be powered by any 20 volt Dewalt battery, the 12 volt dc cord and you can go on line and buy an AC adapter to plug into any 120 volt AC plug.

I bought the Makita brand and I found the battery is cheaply made for the price and the 18 volt b...

Asked by Robert September 15, 2020
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The DCC020IB and DCB230C are manufactured in China.

Will this inflate a queen size mattress? If so, does it come with the correct connection for it?

Asked by Tootles September 12, 2020
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Yes and yes.

What is the cfm rating, and is it different for battery vs 12v vs AC?

Asked by Bob September 6, 2020
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Small "inflators" of this size don't have a cfm rating. Instead they will identify the maximum presure they will produce. They are not designed for or capable of powering air tools. The maximum presure of 160 psi can be achieved with a 20v battery, 12v or AC adapter. The difference is how long a power source lasts. Caution must be used when operating these small inflators because compressing air creates heat and too much heat damages these small compressors. Generally speaking you can run them for 8 or 9 minutes before letting them cool for 9 or 10 minutes. The Dewalt inflator will achieve the 160 psi using any of the power sources mentioned but it will take time to for the inflator to cool.

can i just buy the tool i have many batteries

Asked by arthur August 11, 2020
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Hello Arthur, yes you can purchase just the tool. Please search model DCC020IB.

How fast will it fill a tire with the P-104 battery?

Asked by john21mart July 23, 2020
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The fill rate depends on the size,type and max pressure rating not the battery. Lower tire pressure such as passenger car tires will fill faster than high pressure truck tires.

Would this work with Dewalt 20 volt lithium ion battery that I have for my drill? Any info apprec...

Asked by Jimmi July 19, 2020
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Yes, it should work with it. It also comes with a car cigarette adapter for power.

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Awesome little inflator, work on lawn tractor tires, bikes and river tunes to namea few things I'...
Awesome little inflator, work on lawn tractor tires, bikes and river tunes to namea few things I've used it on so far, highly recommend
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This is way better than I had head to what it would be seeing all the other inflators on the market but this one blew be away. You can power off your accessory socket in the car, with a DeWalt battery. Has a blower on it not like blowing up like a air mattress. Has an LED work light. Has onboard fittings and storage locations for them on the end side of the unit is a high-pressure needle, high pressure tampered nozzle, a Presta valve adapter. Looking forward to years of great use. Also like that I don't have to use my battery can just power off the car or what ever way I need at the time
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I have had this for a few weeks, and have used it a couple of times on pickup truck tires. The in...
I have had this for a few weeks, and have used it a couple of times on pickup truck tires. The inflator is a convenient size and weight, and despite being supplied with a lower-capacity battery (instead of a larger one you might want on a saw), it seems able to power the inflator through a typical "top-off" of tires. The digital display is very bright, and the "twist-to-set" pressure control is helpful. It's great that you can set the target pressure, start the pump, and tend to other things while the pump pumps away. The pump stops very close to the set pressure -- better than other automatic pumps I've tried. The gauge agrees with other gauges I have, so I presume it's reasonably accurate. (If you're using the pump at a high altitude, which I'm not, be sure to read the manual for instructions on adjusting the gauge to read correctly.) The pump comes with the battery AND a 12v cigarette lighter connector (which I haven't tried, but I presume might work less well than the DeWalt battery). The teeny "work light" is dim compared to most flashlights but it is quite handy for seeing the valve stem over the glare of the bright pressure display. The downsides: The danged thing says it does NOT charge the battery. SO you have to have a charger available. And presumably the gauge and pump circuit will continually drain the battery a bit so I never plan to store the pump with the battery attached. (I suppose I could try to hack in a shut-off switch and maybe even a built-in charger once I have had it beyond the factory warranty.) ;-) Furthermore, like all of these lightweight pumps, it will only operate a few minutes at a time. It runs maybe ten minutes then shuts itself off when it gets hot, and you have to wait quite a few minutes before it's usable again. SO if you have more than one low tire, expect the process to take awhile. The little screw-on Schrader connector (for the tire stem) is secure, but a hassle to twist on, especially if your fingers are cold. My brother assembled a brass Schrader-to-quick-connect adapter that makes checking pressure and inflating tires much more convenient. (See photo.) I wish a high quality quick-connect was included on the hose. Finally, because there's no place in the pump's case for storing my brother's valve adapter or a place to keep the battery when it's not connected, for now I keep a separate box with the pump to store the valve adapter, battery, and a charger. It's a bit of a hassle, and long term, some sort of protective case would be nice. But not included.
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Has never worked with tires
Have used it fill inflatables no problem, But every time I have tried to use it with a inflating tires it stops 2 seconds after pressing the start button. I’ve noticed other people have had the same problem but not sure what the fix is.
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Super Genius, Beats Everything Else
The ability to tighten, set the desired PSI, and push a start button and walk away is amazing. Made airing up our RV (w/ duellies) super simple. I prefer it over my air compressor and Ryobi ones as well.
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Read the fine print...
This ad states "3 power sources for inflation on a job-site and on the go (20-Volt maximum battery, 12-Volt DC or 110-Volt AC)" but the 110-Volt is an adapter that is sold separately. If i had known that i would have probably gone with another brand for tools that i had, should have known id have to shell out more money for a battery or a 110-volt adapter...
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