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The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 has a motor RPM of 3450.
How long does it take to air up and shut off and how many amps does it pull?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 Compressor typically takes 4-1/2 minutes to air up, and 1-1/2 minutes to shut down. This unit requires at least 15 amps to run, but is recommended to use with at least 30 amps for better performance.
How long is the air tank without the handle
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 is going to be 21" in width.
what is the maximum air pressure that it develops?
A. The maximum air pressure of the Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 is 11.8 SCFM at 40 PSI and 10.3 SCFM at 90 PSI.
how big of a generator would i need to operate this compressor?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 is 240v and uses 15 amps, as such you are pulling 3600watts. It is recomended that you use at least 30 amps which would be 7200w. I would suggest using 4000-7500w generator.
can the motor be wired for 110 as well?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 is designed to only operate from a 240V outlet and should not be wired to 110V.
Can't see to find a picture of the power cord? How many prongs? I am setting up for a 240 volt / 30 amp wall outlet, would help to know the power cord configuration. Thanks
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT6271 has a standard power cord and is made for use from a 240v outlet so this should work great
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