AIRIQ SD1 AIR MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. PRE-ASSEMBLED, 1-CHANNEL, 275SD COMPRESSOR
Our most affordable AirIQ solution with a Standard Duty compressor and single channel valving for control of both air springs together.
Standard Duty Air Compressor
• 1-Channel AirIQ Bluetooth Management System
• 25% Duty Cycle 150 psi Compressor with 2.03 • CFM @ 0 psi
• Single Axis Control Front to Rear
• Pre-assembled with Plumbing Kit and Wiring + Easy Mount
Logiq AirIQ Complete Air Management
AirIQ Complete Air Management packages for load leveling are factory assembled and tested for guaranteed performance. Our ready-to-bolt-on packages fix weight-related rear squat, with options for side-to-side leveling and on-board air. Nothing rivals the ease and performance of AirIQ.
The AirIQ Bluetooth App delivers user-friendly control of your air suspension and is available free for iOS and Android devices. The App yields precise adjustment of air pressures resulting in effortless height management with the ability to save up to 8 custom presets for different loads.
AirIQ Modular Design
The modular design of AirIQ can contain anywhere from 1-4 corner modules and can be customer upgraded at anytime. Never throw away to upgrade again...
Smart Corner Modules
Each corner module contains OEM quality solenoid valves, an onboard precision pressure sensor, and a microprocessor running intelligent algorithms for accurate leveling.
System with 20 ft
(4) 5/16"-18 x 5" Hex Bolt
(4) 5/16"-18 x 3/4" Hex Bolt
(8) 5/16"-18 Nylock Flanged Nut
(8) 5/16" Flat Washer
(1) 30A Fuse & Holder (12AWG)
(1) 10A Fuse & Holder (16AWG)
(1) Butt Splice (22-16 AWG)
(1) Butt Splice (12-10 AWG)
(4) Frame Brackets
(1) (2) 3/8” Ring Terminal 16 AWG
(2) 3/8” Ring Terminal 12 AWG
(1) Small Fuse Tap & Terminal
(1) Large Fuse Tap & Terminal
(18 ft) 3/8" Wire Loom
(20 ft) 1/4" Air Line
(40) 8" Zip Ties
(1) Airline Cutter
- Cubic Feet Per Minute Explained An air compressor duty cycle is a measure of the amount of time that a compressor can be used continuously without needing to shut down for maintenance or to allow air pressure to build back up again. When choosing an air compressor, it is important to consider not just its CFM rating but also its duty cycle.When listed as a percentage, the duty cycle is equal to the compressor’s run time divided by the total cycle time. So, this percentage equates to the amount of time you can keep the compressor on, plus the corresponding cool-down duration. For example, a compressor with a 25% duty cycle will need 45 minutes of downtime out of every hour, meaning it can be active for 15 minutes. Likewise, a compressor with a 50% duty cycle will need 30 minutes off for every 30 minutes on. If an air compressor has a 25% duty cycle, it means the run time is one-fourth of the total cycle time. Therefore, if the compressor has a cycle time of 120 seconds, the run time would last for 30 seconds. During operations, the compressor would need one minute and 30 seconds of rest between every 30 seconds of pressurization activity. If the specs of an air compressor specify a 30% duty-cycle rating, this would mean the run time is one-third of the total cycle time. Consequently, a compressor with a cycle time of 60 seconds would have a run time of 20 seconds. When applications are underway, the compressor would need to rest for 40 seconds between every 20 seconds of active use.Naturally, any compressor with a duty cycle rating lower than 100% can be considered intermittent. The vast majority of piston compressors fall into this category. Intermittent-duty compressors are more than adequate for most auto applications. Most applications can be performed with intermittent air power since you only use air in a relatively short burst. These include:- Load leveling bags/airbags- Cleaning air blowerThe LOGIQ COMPRESSORSAirIQ HD2 has a 33% Duty Cycle with 2.62 CFM
- AirIQ SD1 and SD2 have a 25% Duty Cycle with 2.03 CFM
- - Drilling
- - Inflating tires or sports equipment
- An air compressor with a 30% run time could be used in moderate applications where tools are used frequently but not continuously, such as in garages where motor parts need to be fastened and unfastened every few minutes.
- 2. 30% Duty Cycle
- An air compressor with a run time this low would mostly be suitable for small applications that require only intermittent air power, such as domestic, portable compressors used by independent craftspeople.
- 1. 25% Duty Cycle
- So, what does the duty cycle mean on an air compressor? It all depends on the percentage figure. The possibilities can be broken down as follows:
- You should always read the technical specifications on any air compressors you are considering purchasing to find out their CFM rating and duty cycle ratings. This information will help you determine if a specific air compressor is well-suited for your needs and applications. Simply put, an air compressor duty cycle is the amount of time a compressor will deliver pressurized air within a total cycle time. If listed as a percentage, you can simply take the number of seconds or minutes the figure represents and subtract that from the total cycle time.
- What Is an Air Compressor Duty Cycle?
- Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM) is a measurement describing how much air pressure can produce. This is often called the compressor’s flow rate, and it determines what kind of air tools you can use with the compressor. The higher the CFM of a compressor, the more it is cable.