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Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) prevents the battery from deep discharge, overloading and overheating, which could damage the battery.
Two-speed cordless screwdriver/drill, one gear with low speeds for powerful screwdriving and one gear with high speeds for drilling.
19 torque settings for driving allows you to adjust the amount of torque to suit many different tasks.
Built-in lithium-ion battery with low self-discharge rate so the power tool is ready to use whenever you need it.
Easy to grip handle of soft synthetic rubber.
|Weight, screwdriver/drill:||2 lb 5 oz|
|Width:||8 ¾ "|
|Height:||3 ¼ "|
|Weight Gross:||3 lb 7 oz|
|Weight Net:||2 lb 8 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.18 cu.ft|
Rotational direction switch for rotation right or left.
Max. rpm (no-lead speed): position I: 0-350/minute, position II: 0-1200/minute.
Max. torque: 16 Nm.
Holder for screwdriver bits: 6 mm.
Chuck: 10 mm, keyless, quick-fit, quick-release chuck.
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery 14.4V/1.3 Ah.
The battery must be fully charged before using for the first time.
Charging time: 3-5 hours.
The battery can be charged up to 500 times.
Battery charger included.
Includes 1 bit holder, 10 screwdriver bits, and ⅛" and 13/64" drill bits.
FIXA cordless power tools run on lithium-ion batteries, which can be recharged about 500 times. That's equal to recharging a power tool every other week for around 20 years! The batteries have a low self-discharge rate and the Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) protects against deep discharge, overloading and overheating, which could damage the battery. What all this means is that FIXA cordless power tools are fit and ready for work whenever you need them!
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