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Charger Makita DC1804; 7,2-18V; NiCd / NiMH


Manufacturer Makita
Total weight with packaging 0,904 kg
Charge current 1,5 A
Charging battery voltage 7,2 V, 9,6 V, 12 V, 14 V, 15,6 V, 18 V
Voltage / frequency 210 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz / AC
Suitable for tool Makita 6226DWLE, Makita 6227DWE, Makita 6228DWE, Makita 6228DWLE, Makita 6260DWPE, Makita 6270DWAE, Makita 6270DWPETC, Makita 6270DWPEX, Makita 6271 DWP, Makita 6271 DWPLE, Makita 6271DWAETC, Makita 6271DWDLE, Makita 6271DWPE, Makita 6271DWPE3, Makita 6271DWPEA, Makita 6271DWPETC, Makita 6280DWPLE, Makita 6317DWDE, Makita 6317DWDLE, Makita 6319DWFE3, Makita 6347DWDE, Makita 6918FDWFE, Makita 6980FDWAE, Makita 6980FDWFE, Makita 8270DWAE, Makita 8270DWPE3, Makita 8271, Makita 8271DWPE3, Makita 8280DWPLE, Makita 8391DWAE, Makita 8444DWFE, Makita DC1414, Makita DC1804, Makita DC24WA, Makita DK1059D, Makita PA18
1,3 - 1,5 Ah battery charge duration 60 min
2,6 - 3,0 Ah battery charge duration 120 min
Does set include carry case Product in cardboard box
Battery type NiCd + NiMH
Special notice Battery reaches full capacity after 3-4 charging cycles

The Japanese company Makita Corporation has been producing high-quality electrical, battery and gasoline tools for over 100 years and has a wide range of accessories. Makita in its range have a product lines, dedicated for construction, industry, home and garden.

Makita can be proud having an extremely wide range of 18 V cordless tools, which consist of over 150 different items. Another unique achievement of this manufacturer is the very fast battery charging. Some charger + battery combinations can fully charge battery just in 20 minutes.

Thanks to the high quality and affordable prices, Makita tools are loved by professionals and demanding enthusiasts.

Makita tools are manufactured in 10 different factories, located in Japan, USA, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, China, Thailand and Romania.

Key facts about Makita Corporation:

  • The company was founded in 1915 in Nagoya, Japan.
  • In 1958 Makita introduced its first power tool to the market. It was a planer.
  • In 1978 Makita manufactured the first cordless tool - a drill with a 7.2 V battery.
  • In 2002 the second Makita brand Maktec appeared on the market. These tools were designed for the Asian market. It is cheaper Makita tool version – some most popular old Makita models, which have proved its durability and efficiency.
  • Since 2005 the company focused on the production and development of 18 V Li-ion cordless tool line.
  • In 2015 Makita has already introduced the 150th 18V Li-Ion cordless tool. This is the most extensive range of 18 V cordless tools in the world.

Makita's alphabet - what do the different letters in Makita's model designations mean?

J = Makpac
T = Battery 5,0Ah Li-Ion
M = Battery 4,0Ah Li-Ion
F = Battery 3,0Ah Li-Ion
A = Battery 2,0Ah Li-Ion
Y = Battery 1,5Ah Li-Ion
H = Battery 1,3Ah Li-Ion
E = 2 batteries
3 = 3 batteries
Z = No battery no charger!
R = Charger DC18RA,DC18RC; charging time 15/22 min (1,3Ah/3,0Ah)
S = Charger DC18SD, charging time 30/60 min (1,3Ah/3,0Ah)
V = DX01/02/03/04 Dust Extraction System