Makita DC18RC 14.4 - 18 V Li-ion Fast Battery Charger Black
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A: No. Makita recommends charging a brand new battery to a full charge before using it. Q: Can Makita Lithium-Ion batteries “over charge”? A: No, Makita chargers are designed so that they will not overcharge a Lithium-Ion battery. Can Makita dc18rc charge a 12V battery?
The DC18RC fast charger, also known as the Makita DC18RC Li-ion 7.2 / 14.4 / 18v LXT Charger, uses Intelligent Charging Technology to control current, voltage and temperature to maximize the battery life. The DC18RC can charges a BL1830B 18v LXT 3.0Ah battery in approximately 22 minutes - and to the fullest charge.Yes! Makita batteries are perfectly safe for everyday use. You don’t need to worry about forgetting to unplug a charging battery because the charger is turned off automatically in the event when the battery is already full.
Makita Fast Battery Charger DC18RC LXT Lithium Ion 18V charges Makita batteries from 14.4V to 18V. The DC18RC is a compact sized fast charger which takes only 22 minutes to fully charge a 3.0Ah Li-ion battery. A great advantage of Lithium Ion technology is that it provides the user with the possibility to charge the batteries anytime, without any need to wait for their complete power deployment. A great improvement compared to older technologies like Ni-Cad When put the battery into Makita battery charger, if the lights are not flashing, it mean that the battery or charge is likely defective, but how to judge?You can bypass the fuse when it melt down, however as you are bypassing a fuse the next time such fault occurs there will probably be irreversible damage to the electronics. Short green flash = less than 80% charged. Long green flash = more than 80% charged. Solid green light = 100% charged. Red flash = fault code, charging error. The DC18RE will charge 18V LXT® and 12V max CXT® slide-style batteries, and shares many of the same efficiency features of Makita’s groundbreaking LXT® charging system.
The Makita DC18RC 240V 18V LXT Battery Charger is the ideal product for tradespeople and DIY enthusiasts that use Makita cordless power tools. You rely on your tools to get the job done, and it is vital that your batteries are not only fully charged, but also operating at their best. The DC18RC will do just that. It can charge a 3Ah battery in just 22 minutes and the digital charging display will allow you to easily monitor the progress of charging.
Flashing Green Light – Ready to charge. Solid red light – Charging (Battery is below 80% charge) Solid red and green light – Charging (Battery is above 80% charge) Solid green light – Charging complete. Flashing red light – Delay in charging (Battery is cooling or the battery is too cold to charge) Is it OK to leave Makita batteries on charger?