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Datavac Electronic Duster – Electronic Equipment – ED-500ESD

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Datavac Electronic Duster – Electronic Equipment – ED-500ESD

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$150.95 $105.95

Datavac Electronic Duster – Electronic Equipment

  • Sturdy All Steel Baked Enamel Finish
  • .75 Peak HP Motor
  • 4.5 Amps
  • 540 Watts
  • 70 CFM  Airflow: CFM/FPM
  • 12 ft 2 Conductor Cord
  • 6.75″x4″x7.5″ / 3 lbs
  • Accessories; Air-Pin Pointer, Air Concentrator Nozzle, Air- Flare Nozzle and 4-Piece Detailing Tool Kit

UPC: 031275117308

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Description

The Datavac Electronic Duster – Electronic Equipment – ED-500ESD is a compact yet unbelievably powerful computer and equipment duster. As the latest and greatest model from the DataVac® product line, the DataVac® Electric Duster® is modeled to blast dust, dirt and debris off of your expensive tech equipment. It is a great blower.

This multipurpose electric duster features a 500-Watt motor that is ideal for keeping keyboards, computers and other technological equipment clean. Regular use of the DataVac® Electric Duster® can help to ensure your office and electronic gear is dust-free and running at maximum efficiency. With the DataVac® Electric Duster® you’ll have access to a comfortable and easy-to-use power blower.
The DataVac® Electric Duster® is unlike traditional canned air blowers because it features greener power that is more eco-friendly than alternate options on the market. Its green energy source means the ED-500 is more effective and cost-efficient when compared to other models. Its sturdy and modernized structure is completely redesigned to offer you the most lightweight but powerful office duster in the industry.

Features

  • More Effective Than “Canned Air”-Powerful 500-watt electricmotor blasts off dust, dirt and debris to keep expensive computer and electronic equipment thoroughly clean and running at peak efficiency.
  • More Economical Than “Canned Air”-All-steel and built to last,DataVac® Electric Duster® is much more cost-efficient than expensive,throwaway cans of air!
  • “Greener” Than “Canned Air”-Electric power eliminates the need for dangerous, environmentally damaging aerosol cans.
  • Safer Than “Canned Air”-Blows clean, dry, filtered air safe for all computer/electronic equipment, printers, copiers, fax machines, digital cameras, etc. Condensation-free. Contains no dangerous propellants.

Specifications

  • Construction: Sturdy all-steel
  • Motor: .75HP, single fan, 120 volt, 4.5 amp, 500-watt
  • Air Flow: 70CFM
  • Weight: 2.75 lbs.
  • Attachments Air-Pin-Pointer, Air-Concentrator nozzle, Air-Flare nozzleand 4-piece detailing tool kit
  • Power cord: 12 ft.
  • Filter: E/Z-change foam
  • 3 prong plug
  • anti-static wrist band
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Product Name
Datavac Electronic Duster for Electronic Equipment ED-500ESD
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Additional information

Weight 80 oz
Dimensions 14 × 8 × 8 in

1 review for Datavac Electronic Duster – Electronic Equipment – ED-500ESD

  1. Bargain Purchases

    Karen Kent
    4.0 out of 5 starsThe handle is surprisingly comfortable and it is very lightweight
    August 1, 2017
    Verified Purchase
    This “ESD” model is indeed grounded and to my surprised the plastic attachments are in fact conductive plastic. I’ll explain why that’s important for electronics. The Metro ED500 DataVac (the white one) is constructed the same but doesn’t have grounding or come with a wrist strap. I can’t confirm if the attachments are conductive. So you’re basically paying an extra $25 dollars for grounded wire, a wrist strap, a cooler color, and maybe conductive attachments. But needless to say MetroVac did in fact put some serious thought in how to make this ESD safe. Is isn’t just a gimmick.

    Just so people understand what they’re even getting with “ESD safe” you don’t use a vacuum for electronics dusting because the incoming air is not filtered and as such moving particles build a static charge which can then create ESD into components. Instead you use a blower because this disperses dusts in all directions. It’s messy but it prevents ESD. The blower itself has an air filter but in addition to grounding the attachments are actually conductive and connected to ground. This dissipates any static charges that might be built up in the plastic. ESD safe bags for example are just conductive plastic bags and work in a similar way. Although this actually connects you to Earth ground.

    To put things into perspective this blower is powerful enough to be a moderate leaf blower at waist height. This claims to be 70 CFM and leaf blowers are about 350 CFM.
    The handle is surprisingly comfortable and it is very lightweight. It’s relatively big compared to a compressed air canister but is so light its not hard to hold.
    I thought the switch might be really awkward to press but its pretty easy. It’s just awkward enough I’ll probably end up using my other hand to turn it on and off sometimes.
    The cord length is quite good even thought they don’t show it much in the pictures.
    When running for a long while this does get moderately hot. Maybe around 150F? This is pretty typical for motors though.
    Again not shown in the pictures, maybe this was changed mid model? But this has an unpainted grounding lug on it as one of the screws that hold the case together. You can clip the wrist band to it but I plan on getting a plugable eyelet for it.
    This is worth the money when considering that compressed air is 5 dollars a can usually and you go through about a can per computer cleaning.

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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Old question but technically no, you don't have to be as long as you're not touching the parts yourself. If your just standing back and blowing without touching the computer you be fine without the strap. But once you start touching the parts it be advised to use a strap. Thiugh you should be doing that regardless if using the blower or not. see less By gv115 on February 28, 2017
  2. A Yes, definitely. We purchased this model specifically for use by our IT techs both in our datacenter and on the bench. Unlike its predecessor, this model is grounded and features anti-static attachments for use in and around sensitive electronic components (system-board, CPU, memory, etc.). Obviously, you will want to observe safe bench service procedure and personal grounding protocols. We are sufficiently pleased with our purchase that we will likely purchase at least one more in the near future. Hope this is helpful

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