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What is XRP in Dewalt?

What is XRP in Dewalt?

The DeWalt XRP range is a collection of higher performance XR Lithium-Ion tools. XRP means “Extended Runtime & Performance” 100% compatible with 18v XR range including the latest FLEXVOLT 6.0Ah & 9.0Ah batteries.

Is Dewalt 18V obsolete?

It’s official – Dewalt announced today that their 18V NiCad cordless power tool system will be discontinued, and they expect for remaining NiCad batteries to be phased out by March 2022. Dewalt also notes that their 18V XRP Li-ion battery (DC9180) has already been discontinued.

How much is a DeWalt XRP Drill?

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Is DeWalt XRP Lithium?

DC9180 18V XRP™ Li-Ion Battery The DC9180 18V is a long-lasting XRP™ Li-Ion Battery with a lightweight design.

How many amps is a Dewalt 18 volt XRP battery?

From the Manufacturer. Keep your DEWALT cordless tools charged up and ready to work with the DC9096 18-volt NiCad rechargeable battery. This high-capacity XRP battery delivers 2.4-amp-hours of power and has 20% more run-time than standard NiCads.

Can DEWALT 18 volt batteries be rebuilt?

For the cost of this service, we will open the battery pack, replace all cells, test, and reassemble. Connectors and circuit boards are re-used and are not replaced or serviced.

Why did DEWALT change from 18V to 20V?

When Dewalt first launched their 20V Max lineup with 20V Max branding, their marketing exec said it was to “avoid confusion.” They said that the intent was to differentiate the new tools from previous 18V tools so that users would know they were not backwards compatible.

What is the difference between a drill and an impact driver?

Drills are most commonly used to drill holes and to drive in screws and other small fasteners. Impact drivers are more commonly used to drive in a large quantity of fasteners, longer screws and lag bolts. Long screws and, with the use of an adapter, lag bolts can be driven in more easily by an impact driver.

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