Milwaukee 48-59-1807 M18 and M12 Rapid Charge StationModel: miln48-59-1807
Product Features & specs :
Milwaukee 48-59-1807 M18 and M12 Rapid Charge Station
- REDLINK Intelligence for optimum performance and extended life
- Hang hole guides easily mark mounting points on the surface without measuring
- Pass-through plug for outlet space conservation
- Convenient carry handle for jobsite portability
- Integrated hang holes allow charger to be mounted vertically
- Charges three M18 or three M12 batteries simultaneously
- M18 and M12 Rapid Charge Station - 48-59-1807
The other two 18 volt stations and all three 12 volt stations continue to work.
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Q & A :
Is it possible to use 220volts?
B1P1(M18) or B2P1(M12)
B1P2(M18) or B2P2(M12)
B1P3(M18) or B2P3(M12)
Example: charging two M18s (B1P1,B1P3) and one M12 (B2P2): B1P1 is charging. B2P2 is charging. B1P3 is charging. Ports B2P1, B1P2, and B2P3 become standby, sequential chargers (won't start charging until the opposite port is complete).
I'm not sure why Milwaukee had to do this, but what WOULD BE great is charging any and all six at same time vs. just three. Maybe next year?
On another note I am a remote control car nut and in the rc world our understanding of lithium batteries is that charge cycles (when controlled) due not decrease the life of the battery at all. Only over discharging of lithium batteries is what puffs them up and junks them out. My belief is in the beauty of milwaukees system which is completely computer controlled and prevents over discharging and over charging of the batteries, it simply can not happen. I think the reason they did not offer this charger initially is they had not yet thought of it or perfected it.
The big difference is it costs more money and it can draw up to 7 amps of 120 volt ac power when charging 3 M18 batteries from full discharge. Translation to terms most of us can understand is it can use up to the same amount of power as 7 120 watt flood lights which is 840 watts of power. What a lot of guys who charge in there trucks don't realize is to use this at its full capacity in a truck is you need a 1000 watt inverter or it can error out under full load compared to the 250 watts needed by the six pack charger(I also own, awsome "suitcase" for multiple battery's) or other standard chargers.
Hope you get something out of all of this. Good luck and Merry Christmas.
Denis the Menace.
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4.5 Amps @ 12V
6.0 Amps @ 18V
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