DeWalt Charger Li-Ion 12V/20V


DeWalt Charger Li-Ion 12V/20V



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Features & Specifications

Features & Specifications

    DEWALT brushless motor delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed
    Compact (6.9" front to back), lightweight (3.4 lb) design fits into tight areas
    High-speed transmission with two-speed settings (0-550/0-2,000 RPM) delivers up to 30% faster application speeds
    Ergonomic comfort grip handle provides ideal balance and tool control
    Metal 1/2" ratcheting chuck for superior bit gripping strength
    3-Mode LED provides lighting in dark or confined spaces up to 20 times brighter than the previous model
    LED Spotlight Mode features 20-minute shutoff function allowing for extended work time in dark or confined spaces
    • DeWalt Charger Li-Ion 12V/20V
    • SKU: DCB113
    • Brand: DeWalt
    • This item is New
    • Manufacturer: DeWalt
    • SKU DCB113
      UPC 693892574478
      PRODUCT TYPE Charger
      VOLTAGE 12V - 20V
      CHEMISTRY Lithium-Ion
      CHARGE TIME 60 Minutes
      POWER SOURCE Corded
    • FAQ:

      QUESTION: Can a dewalt 18v lithium ion battery be charged with this charger?

      ANSWER: No. It cannot be. The 18 volt batteries have a 'male' end that plugs into the 'female' receptacle on their tools. If you notice this charger uses the newer style connection that slides together with the tool. Just pay very close attention to how the battery and tool go together and you will see the difference.

      QUESTION: Can an 18 volt lithium battery be charge on the regular 18 volts charger?

      ANSWER: The 18V Lithium battery can be charged on a 18V lithium charger. The 18V Lithium battery cannot be charged on a Ni-cad charger.

      QUESTION: Can i charge my flex volt battery (DCB606) on this charger?

      ANSWER: Yes, the DCB115 will charge the FLEXVOLT batteries.

      QUESTION: What is the output in watts of a DCB115 charger? also, is there a 12-20V charger with a higher output?

      ANSWER:  On the bottom of the unit the output is rated at 4.0 Amps without specifying at what voltage.

      Using W=E*I, I compute 12 VDC at 48W ant 20 VDC at 920W if the current is linear across the range. There is a concern that the output voltage is rated at 12 - 20 VDC so I don't know if the 4 amps is available throughout the voltage range.

      QUESTION: Do this charger works at India with input voltage 220/240 ?

      ANSWER: if the charger was made for the US market I would think that the plug on the chord would be different than the outlet in India. Probably some adapter would be necessary and perhaps a step down transformer. This question would be better directed to the dewalt company. I'm sure they have a web site with customer service who could help you.

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