|Item Weight||4.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 8.4 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||DCB101|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited|
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DEWALT DCB101 12-Volt MAX and 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Battery Charger
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- Runs on 110 voltage
- Charges all DEWALT 12V and 20V MAX Li-Ion batteries
- Charges batteries in 1 hour or less, minimizing downtime
- Diagnostics with LED indicator communicates battery charge status
- Energy Star qualified for a better environment
- 3 year limited warranty
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This charger suffers from none of those issues. It plugs directly into the wall using a standard 2-prong plug (no power brick). It is very stable and runs cool and quiet. The base has 4 plastic feet that raise the charger by about 1/8", but they're not non-skid, so the charger will slide if not placed on a level surface. If I was carrying this charger around to job sites, I'd probably add some rubber feet to it for stability on sloped surfaces, but my charger will likely live its life on my workshop shelf.
The status light is a very large, red LED light that flashes slowly while charging and stays a steady red when the battery is fully charged. It also indicates if the battery needs replacement, if there is a power problem, and if the battery is too hot or cold to charge. I can see if my battery is charged from across the room just by looking at the giant LED light.
LED Status, for reference:
Blinking slowly: charging
On continuously: fully charged
Alternating slow/fast blink: delay because battery is too hot or cold
Blinking fast: problem with battery or charger
Two fast blinks with a pause between each pair of blinks: problem with power line
The battery slides right into the charger, and charge time is less than 1 hour. Maximum charge current is 4.0 Amps. I haven't run into any problems with the charger, so I am quite happy with it.
We've put these through the test of everyday use with our company, and they don't last very long.
Great for Home Use / But Not Commercial Use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First I will say, something that most people don't think about is that every user experience with every tool in every cordless line starts and ends with the battery charger, for... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Richard Huizenga
Dewalt sucks.. Second charger and 4 batteries and still cants charge... All I get is a red lightPublished 25 days ago by Tyler Plate
Much faster recharge than the older model, especially with large amp/hour rated batteriesPublished 1 month ago by Rudi Hempe
The charger works as prescribed, the only issue I have is setting the battery in the charger. The charger is finicky, I have had play with the battery to set it properly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by carl