I love the Bravo pump. You turn it on. By the time you are done putting on gear (drysuit or wetsuit, helmet, and pfd) it is done and turned itself off.
But if you pump up more than one board, it will die a quick death. Even if you pump up only one board, the lifespan is short.
I use an NRS inflation adapter. Hook it up to the air compressor.
I used a piece of vinyl hose
I cut the Halkey-Roberts (HR) valve fitting off the end of hand pump
The air compressor has a relief valve at 15 psi. I used a second piece of vinyl hose to hook the relief valve to a whistle. So, its easier to hear if I walk away. You do not need to whistle to hear if you are close. No overfilling is a nice feature.
My home compressor is oil-less and will do 2.7 cfm (cubic ft per minute). You can get a 12 V Slime 2x tire inflator that with a rate of 1.9 cfm. Amazon $57
I would love someone to make a pump like the Bravo with better longevity. You set the desired PSI, used 12 V, and it shuts itself off.
I will follow this thread (curious if there are better options).