|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.8 x 2.2 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||DCB090|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited manufacturers warranty|
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DEWALT DCB090 12V/20V Max USB Power Source
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- Plastic / Metal
- Durable Enough To Withstand Jobsite Abuse
- Charges Up To 2 Small Usb-compatible Electronic Devices On/at The Jobsite Off 12v Or 20v Max Batteries When Ac Power Is Not Available
- Allows User To Work With All Dewalt(r) Slide-style Battery Packs
- Charge up to 2 small USB compatible electronic devices on/at the jobsite off your 12V or 20V MAX
- Allows you to work with all DEWALT Slide Style battery packs
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DEWALT is a leading manufacturer of industrial power tools and accessories, including corded and cordless drills, saws, hammers, grinders, routers, planers, plate joiners, sanders, lasers, generators, compressors, nailers, saw blades, metal and masonry drill bits, abrasives, screw driving accessories and more. DEWALT tools can be found nationally and internationally wherever tools are sold. With more than 1,000 factory-owned and authorized locations, DEWALT has one of the most extensive service and repair networks in North America.
DEWALT DCB090 12V/20V MAX USB Power Source
The DEWALT DCB090 12V/20V MAX USB power source is durable enough to withstand jobsite abuse. Able to charge up to 2 small USB compatible electronic devices on/at the jobsite off your 12V or 20V MAX batteries when AC power is not available. This unit allows you to work with all DEWALT slide style battery packs. It has an indicator that tells you when unit is powered on and ready to charge devices. Similar to a fuel gauge, it indicates the amount of power remaining in the battery. Commonly used for: charging mobile phones, charging digital audio devises/MP3 players, charging digital cameras, and charging small electronic devices when power is not available.
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2 USB ports allow for simultaneous charging
Able to charge up to 2 small USB compatible electronic devices on/at the jobsite off your 12V or 20V MAX batteries when AC power is not available
Perfect addition to any jobsite
This unit allows you to work with all DEWALT slide style battery packs.
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The DEWALT DCB090 12V/20V MAX USB Power Source is durable enough to withstand jobsite abuse. Able to charge up to 2 small USB compatible electronic devices on/at the jobsite off your 12V or 20V MAX Batteries when AC power is not available. This unit allows you to work with all DEWALT Slide Style battery packs. It has an indicator that tells you when unit is powered on and ready to charge devices. And, similar to a fuel gauge, it indicates the amount of power remaining in the battery. Commonly used for: charging mobile phones, charging digital audio devises/MP3 players, charging digital cameras, and charging small electronic devices when power is not available.
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Despite this shortcoming I love the Dewalt 20V lithium family of tools and this charger. I bought a couple more chargers after buying and dissecting the first one. I bought one for my wife so that she can share my passion for Dewalt battery powered tools. However, I did modify the internal circuit so that the current draw drops to zero when the charger's output current drops to near zero. The modification includes a circuit (brassboard) that senses when the switching regulator goes into low power mode and then fools the microprocessor with a false low battery voltage signal thus bringing the current to zero. With this arrangement the charger goes to 'sleep' after the phone/pad is completely charged. I also boosted the output current to about 2 Amps and added a LED to indicate that the charger is on and providing power through the USB port.
I would be glad to share this modification information free of charge to Dewalt or an interested Dewalt fanatic that is handy with electronic circuit construction. The modification requires electronic components such as a transistor, a diode array, a LED, capacitors and resistors. Surface mount components are preferred due to space limitations. Leave a comment if interested and I'll check for posts periodically over the next few months.
Still early days, but:
Right out of the packaging I started recharging a Bose BT speaker and an old Zune mp3 player simultaneously. I have also recharged a Samsung tablet and my MotoX. So no issues yet with compatiblity
A little hard to collect good data, but my 1.5Ah battery seems to replenish my devices well. Both my speaker and mp3 player went from low to nearly full charges on one battery and that was even with the devices being used at the end.
--Having two ports--definite plus
--Being able to make anywhere a charging station--definite plus
--Not being leashed to a duplex outlet--somewhat of a plus (it is a kind of a confused mess to try to transport, especially if you have two devices being charged)
Only two dings that I can think of so far:
--Given my immediate addiction to using this unit to recharge rather than wall outlets means that I am cycling/aging my DeWalt battery at a much higher rate than if it was just dedicated to my tools
--The readout lights telling you how much charge there is in the battery only shows when you first hook the USB converter to the battery. So after your devices have been charging for a while you can't tell if the battery is still supplying or not without a quick disconnect/reconnect of the two pieces. I appreciate that no one wants to devote battery life to keeping the "fuel level" lights on constantly, but how hard would it have been to put a button on the unit that gives an instantaneous reading of battery level? A couple more dollars in the price of the product would have been worth it.
Not only is my jobsite better off, but now I have an extra resource/trick to use for power outages and other emergencies.
It can charge a Kindle Fire in around 3 hours. It can charge a cell phone. It has a battery level indicator so if you have some of the older 20v max batteries that don't have the indicator, you can side this on and check the battery. It will fit in the spare battery compartment of your hard case. The price is fine for a battery powered USB charger, if you already have extra 20v max batteries.
It doesn't lock on the battery like a tool does. It uses a battery that could be powering a tool.
If you have extra DeWALT 20v Max batteries and want a battery powered USB charger, this is a good option.