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Air Venturi Nomad II 4500 PSI Portable PCP Compressor
Please Note: The Nomad II is recommended for filling PCP guns only and is not to be used for breathing air.
Wave goodbye to scuba tanks and handpumps forever with a compressor built to go anywhere you can—the Air Venturi Nomad II.
Boasting big features in a small package, the Nomad II is a compact compressor that can be powered from any 110 or 220V outlet. But don’t feel the need to stay put! If you have a car, you have a fill source, as the Nomad can also operate from a 12V car battery—a real lifesaver for PCP gunners filling up at the range or in the field. No matter where your airgunning takes you, the Nomad II will keep you aired up and ready to shoot.
If that wasn't enough, the Nomad II has built in LED lighting on the bottom of the unit, so even when light is fading, your air supply never will. And with the addition of the built in power supply and the included travel bag, the Nomad II is easily the most portable air compressor on the market.
Whether filling a PCP airgun from empty or just topping off, the Nomad II fills quickly and efficiently. When tested, our Nomad II was able to fill a 250cc cylinder from 0 psi to 3000 psi in as little as 9 minutes. The adjustable, automatic shut-off allows you to set the compressor to the exact fill pressure of your gun (up to 4500 psi) and the unit stops when that pressure is reached.
The Nomad II lets PCP airgunners break free of stationary fill sources forever! Become your own mobile air powerhouse with the Air Venturi Nomad II Compressor.
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Things I liked: Quick fill times and endless supply of compressed air. Nice carrying case & included spare parts. The box this is shipped in could be used to ship dynamite.
Things I would have changed: Little bit more attention to some of the smaller details.
What others should know: This is a great compressor and fills my Benjamin Marauder from 2 to 3 bars in about 2 minutes. It's a well-built compressor but came up just a bit short on some small details. When I got my compressor out of the box the first time I noticed the cover over the load meter actually slid part way off. I also found that the oil port fitting on the side missing, so I took the top off to see what's up. With the top off I found one of the quick disconnects for the power switch was also broken. I repaired the cover for the load meter with some glue and found the oil port fitting inside the compressor in one of the cooling fans. The quick disconnect still works so I didn't do anything to it. After fixing the other two minor things it has worked great ever since but I shouldn't have to repair something before I can even use it, other than that it's been a great machine so far.
Things I liked: Small compact unit, multi voltage capable, great carry case for traveling.
Things I would have changed: Pressure switch that prevents power on with pressure on line, longer pressure line so your gun doesn't practically have to sit on the compressor when filling and relocate moisture bleed drain so you don't have to hang unit over table edge, hold in air or prop up in order to open the drain.
What others should know: Be very aware of pressure being released before starting compressor. While filling a rifle (my 5th time using my new compressor) I accidently pressed the on/off button and the compressor stopped. Without thinking I pressed it again to turn back on (while under pressure). It did blow the 30 amp fuse (as expected) which I replaced but not before a puff of smoke and a loud squeal came from below the amperage LED readout (control circuit card). After the new fuse the fans start and run but only a loud squeal is heard, no LED readout and compressor does not start. After some online research I discovered that smoking the control card before the fuse blows is common. I am going to order 2 new cards and keep one for a spare as I'm sure this could happen again. This could have easily been prevented if a simple pressure switch was installed that would prevent power to the on/off switch when pressure on the line was detected.
Things I liked: Much improved over my Nomad I. Solid build. Very smooth operation. Low level fan from the inboard inverter runs constantly when unit is plugged in keeping continuous flow of air internally. New High Speed fan now operates when the main Power/Reset is switched on. This is an improvement over the lower speed fan on the Nomad I. A second Run switch now activates the compressor. A new blue LED light has been added and has a separate switch. Very smooth operation and the updated manual is also better. Single unit in the II vs two-piece unit in the Nomad I is much better and a carrying case for portability is great.
Things I would have changed: I can't think of too much that I would have changed on the Nomad II. Unfortunately, lubrication is still needed via a small hole on the compressor. I would have preferred not having to add oil periodically but it is not a big deal. The improved high-velocity blower fan seems to do the job, which might be even good enough to eliminate the need for oil but better safe than sorry. Manufacturer recommends 2-3 drops of lube after every 5 fills. Fair enough.
What others should know: Overall, my Nomad II is vastly improved over my old Nomad I. Thanks, Pyramyd Air for the opportunity to upgrade my Nomad I. So far I have only run four fills using my new unit, having just returned from a trip that prevented me from using my Nomad II unit immediately. So far I am very pleased with the improvement in design and operation. This is a solid unit in construction and operation. I love the convenience of being able to immediately refill my Hatsan AT44s. I will update this post once I have worked the unit through 50 or so fills. This appears to be a much improved PCP compressor over the Nomad I. I have high confidence that it will run reliably over the long haul. If you've been waiting, throw away that hand pump and do yourself a favor. Get a Nomad II.
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when i start the cooling fan switch pip sound keep coming and the digital gauge show " L " what is the problem.
The unit is not receiving enough power. Make sure it is not set to 220V if you are in the U.S and or try a different power source. If neither work call Airventuri.
Tyler in a pinch (say you've used up all of the filters) could you use a hair dryer to dry out a filter for further use?
I suppose that could work, but the spare filters should be available separately very soon
What is the duty cycle?
max 15 minute run time. this is only to fill guns, not tanks. from what i have seen, it takes 5-6 min to fill a gun. not sure how long it has to rest between uses.
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