how too read date code dewalt battery 18 volt?

Related Answers

Explore the latest questions and answers related to "how too read date code dewalt battery 18 volt?"

Answered: Why does my battery read 25 volts?

A car battery should read around 12 volts, maybe 12.5. Are you sure you are on the right scale?

Answered: I have a 24 volt system with two 12 volt batteries ...

Assuming you mean to connect your "common ground" between the two batteries and use a SPDT switch to select batteries your system won't work. It will work if you use a DPDT switch and eliminate the common ground idea. In this configuration the two center terminals (switching) connect to your meter ...

Answered: Can I use a 12 volt, 6 amp battery charger to charge a 12 volt, 5 amp

Yes you can use 12Volts 6mah to charge 12Volts 5mah battery. Although it has small effect, you noticed that your battery will discharge faster than charging it with 12V 5mah.

Answered: Can I operate a hair dryer with a nine volt battery or a series of

Hair dryer usually plugged in 110V power, if you have 9V battery you can series them or even use them independently. The power or performance of hair dryer is not really the same as the higher power source.

Answered: I need a circuit that can charge four 6 volt NiMH batteries at a time.can

Yes,I can be done.We can designed and manufactured this.

Answered: 12 volts bulb on a 6 volt system

Yes you can. You need to add relay for the 12volts light bulb to prevent you CDI (capacitive discharge ignition) circuit from frying.
Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

More Questions

Can i charge 110 abattery of motrhome battery when driveing

If your motor home complies with DOT, and has a 120 VDC system, then your batteries are connected in series, have a voltage regulator, and cannot over-charge under any conditions. Dual-alternator systems on Midas and Chinook motor homes are sufficiently robust never to suffer problems in normal ...

I have twelve 6 volt batteries how can I wire them so that I end up with

The answers given were excellent ! Especially the pictures... You should also consider getting a basic book on electricity and batteries, available at your local library, or even a Radio Shack store!

4 6 volts _ I need 12 v output for auxillary device

You appear to have a 12 VDC system for your RV already. You have two sets of 6 volt batteries in series for 12 VDC in parallel with another pair to give the motor home more reserve electricity when you are not running the engine. Simply make your connection to one of the two negative posts ...

Extending radio battery life

JPS- I do not know of a reason why not. To be on the safest side, you might wish to inquire at your local Radio Shack. And if the salesman does not give you a straight up yes or no, then ask for the manager. JayR