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.
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
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
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.
The DCC020IB and DCB230C are manufactured in China.
Yes and yes.
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.
Hello Arthur, yes you can purchase just the tool. Please search model DCC020IB.
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.
Yes, it should work with it. It also comes with a car cigarette adapter for power.