Milwaukee 48-11-2440 M12 REDLITHIUM XC 4 Ah Lithium-Ion Extended Capacity BatteryModel: miln48-11-2440
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Product Features & specs :
Milwaukee 48-11-2440 M12 REDLITHIUM XC 4 Ah Lithium-Ion Extended Capacity Battery
- REDLINK Intelligence: Provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
- All-weather performance: Delivers fade-free power in extreme jobsite conditions
- Best-in-class construction: Offers long-lasting performance and durability
- Versatility: Powers most Milwaukee M12 cordless power tools
- (1) M12 REDLITHIUM XC 4 Ah Lithium-Ion Extended Capacity Battery - 48-11-2440
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over 2 years ago
Fourth battery was finally okay.
over 4 years ago
Q & A :
Yes, you can get on a plane with that battery. It's only a 48 watt hour battery (12V x 4Ah). All such batteries need to be in carry on luggage, not checked in baggage. Page 2 of the link below specifically shows a portable drill battery (albeit a DeWalt) as an example. Tape over the terminals to protect for short circuiting - or appear to protect from short circuiting. I wouldn't want my equipment confiscated just because someones opinion on what 'protected from short circuiting' is.
From the FAA website:
Spare lithium metal and lithium ion/polymer batteries are prohibited in checked baggage—this includes external battery packs. “Checked baggage” includes bags checked at the gate or planeside.
Hope that helps!