Model#: MILN2144-20

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Milwaukee 2144-20 M18 RADIUS Compact Site Light with Flood Mode (Bare Tool)

  • Milwaukee 2144-20 M18 RADIUS Compact Site Light with Flood Mode (Bare Tool)
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TASK AND AREA MODES, LESS TO CARRY. The M18 RADIUS Compact Site Light w/ Flood Mode offers the user two lights in one for area lighting and tasking lighting. With 2,200 lumens of output in area mode for illuminating large work areas and 1000 lumens of flood lighting for task situations there is no application this light can’t handle. This light offers up to 18 hours of runtime with an M18 XC 5.0 battery and has the option to be plugged in using its AC inlet for extended runtime. Its compact size allows users to take this site light on and off the jobsite effortlessly and its 4-1/4" metal hanging hook allow users to hang this light from above for overhead lighting situations. The M18 RADIUS Compact Site Light w/ Flood Mode is equipped with a high impact polycarbonate lens to withstand harsh jobsite abuse. Its high quality LEDs never need to be replaced and are backed by a limited lifetime warranty
  • 2200 Lumens of area lighting
  • 1000 lumens of task lighting
  • AC inlet for all day runtime
  • 4-1/4" Hanging hook for overhead lighting
  • High Impact Polycarbonate Lens
  • 3 Area and Task output modes for optimal brightness and runtime
  • High mode: 2200 Lumens for up to 4 hours with M18 XC 5.0 Battery


Series: M18
Cordless: Yes
Battery Type: 0
Finish: Li-Ion
Lighting Range: 360 degrees



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Do I have to pull the battery in AC mode?
Don R on Oct 13, 2018