DEWALT DCB1800B FLEXVOLT Portable Power Station, Tool Only

DEWALTSKU: DCB1800B 2 reviews
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The 1800 Watt Portable Power Station™ and Parallel Battery Charger allows for AC power in remote locations for convenient portable power. Able to run most corded tools, it provides 1800 Watts (15 amps) continuous power and 3600 Watts peak power. The DCB1800B runs on four DEWALT 20V MAX* batteries, and for high power applications, four 20V MAX* 3.0Ah DEWALT Batteries (DCB200) or higher amp hour are recommended to provide the best results. Not only can the 1800 Watt Portable Power Station™ power a corded tool remotely, but it also becomes a multi-port parallel charger for up to four DEWALT 20V MAX* Batteries when plugged into a wall outlet via extension cord (batteries and extension cord sold separately). Compact and lightweight, the 1800 Watt Portable Power Station™ weighs just 18lbs (without batteries) and is easily portable. Without the need for gas to run, there are no fumes or carbon monoxide emitted from the device. In addition, the 1800 Watt Portable Power Station™ can be used to provide temporary power in areas where noise is restricted such as a jobsite with strict regulations. With an integrated temperature-controlled cooling fan and heavy-duty roll cage, the Portable Power Station™ is a durable and convenient power solution for a variety of uses.

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Ernest U.

It works good, but has issues

Using 4 freshly charged 10AH batteries, with a load of 1300 W, it provided 458 Watt Hours. It quits when the first battery depletes. The batteries are advertised to be 200 wh each, which means 800 wh should be available. Based on Dewalt claims, this unit was less than 60% efficient. The efficiency goes up to over 65% with a 600 W load. Also, although it charges 4 batteries at a time, it charges them only 1/4 the speed of a fast charger. Otherwise, the unit seems to work fine.

Tom F.
Canada Canada

DEWALT power

This is a very handy tool to have on any job site .

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