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Makita DC18RD 14.4V to 18V Li-ion LXT Twin Port Charger

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Makita battery charger – 0ver 80% charged solid red and green light Solid Green light on Makita Battery Charger DC18RC This two port fast charger that is able to charge two Makita slide style Li-ion and Ni-MH batteries (with adapter) at the same time, as fast as DC18RC charges one battery.

When the temperature of the battery is extremely hot, more than approx. 70°C, two charging lights may start flashing red. When the temperature drops to 50°C – 70°C, one charging light will flash red. Leave the battery to stand for a while to cool down before attempting to recharge. Flashing Red and Green lights on Makita battery charger DC18RC Makita Battery Charger fully- charged solid green light Red, Green and Yellow (All lights) on Makita Battery Charger DC18RC Wood by name, wood by nature. I am a fully qualified, time-served, award-winning joiner with an NVQ Level 3 in Carpentry and Joinery as well as an HNC in Construction. Beyond my joinery qualifications, I have also earned a degree in building surveying.This is how the charger looks when plugged in but with no battery in it. The green light will flash continuously, this just means the charger is plugged in but there is no battery inserted in it. A (dusty) Makita battery charger Solid Red Light Makita “STAR” battery and drill protection Alternate Red and Green lights flashing on Makita Charger DC18RC If both the red and green lights are solid then this means the battery is charging. It also means the battery is above 80% charged but it is not fully charged. Solid Red and green Means Battery is Charging and is Above 80% Charged Solid Green light

The Makita DC18RD/1 110v twin 18v Li-ion charger, charges 2 batteries simultaneously. The rapid charge technology selects the optimum voltage and current and temperature is controlled by the forced air system that circulates air through the battery to prevent overheating. and a full charge sound alert confirms when the charge cycle is complete.Model Number: DC18RD. DC18RD DC18RC DC18SF DC18RT etc. Wide Compatibility:Compatible with almost all Makita 14.4V to 18V batteries such as BL1415 BL1430 BL1830 BL1840 BL1850 BL1850B BL1860B. You will be easy to know the charging status and your battery condition. If it doesn’t work leave it a few minutes and try inserting it again. If it still doesn’t work leave the battery for a few days to completely discharge, then try it putting it on charge again. Flashing Yellow light on Makita Charger DC18RC The Battery charger should be sent to repair or maintenance if the yellow warning light flashes frequently.

A solid red light means a battery is being charged. It also tells you that the battery is currently below 80% charged. Solid Red Means Charging – Battery is Below 80% Charged Solid Red & Green Lights Inserted battery has Over-discharged, this can happen if the power tool has not detected that the battery is low and continued to drain power from it.So you’ve just got a Makita charger or maybe you’re borrowing someone else’s tools. You plug the battery into the charger and are greeted with lots of flashing, or solid lights, all meaning different things. But what do they mean, well I got my charger out and showed the different lights. The Makita 630869-4 DC18RD 240V 14.4-18V LXT Twin Port 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 DC18RD will do just that. It can charge two 3Ah batteries in just 22 minutes and the LED charging display will allow you to easily monitor the progress of charging. When completed there is a sound alert that lets you know when the batteries have been fully charged.

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