Model # DCB1800B

Internet #207164383

DEWALT Portable Power Station
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DEWALT

Portable Power Station

  • Compatible with all 20V MAX* and 60V MAX* FLEXVOLT batteries
  • Bare tool only
  • Multiport charger when plugged into outlet
$399.00 /each

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DCB1800B 1800-Watt Portable Power Station delivers 1800-Watt continuous and 3600 peak AC power when supplied with four DEWALT 20-Volt MAX batteries, sold separately. DCB1800B is also a multiport battery charger for one to four 20-Volt MAX or 20V/60V MAX FlexVolt batteries. DCB1800B emulates a 15 Amp residential circuit branch delivering the feel of household AC power. Patent Pending modified sine wave is compatible with both standard and electronically controlled variable speed tools. DCB1800B is self-protecting against electronic overload and includes multiple protection features in battery charging. DCB1800B can be used in a variety of applications including jobsite and lifestyle use. It requires no gas to run, emits no engine fumes or noise and can be used in virtually any dry location. Also works with DEWALT FLEXVOLT battery packs.

  • 1800-Watt battery powered generator
  • 4 port parallel charger
  • Works with 20-Volt Max batteries and 20-Volt/60-Volt FLEXVOLT batteries
  • Batteries sold separately
  • Ideal for the jobsite, camping or tailgating
  • Temporary power for outages
  • Take cordless power anywhere
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hi how many 60 volt can i put in this to charge up? can i put 4 60 volt batterys to charge up o...

hi how many 60 volt can i put in this to charge up? can i put 4 60 volt batterys to charge up on this
Asked by: rich
Yes you can put 4 60v batteries to charge simultaneously
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2017-02-19

How many hours i will get if i only used it for some light bulbs?

I work outside and i need a genetor for light bulbs (20 light bulbs, about 100w each. My questions, how many hours i will get with this product?
Asked by: Urbano
Change all of those light bulbs to an LED equivalent (15Watt) and perhaps you will get a much longer runtime than with standard 100W incandescent bulbs. 15W per bulb x 20 = 300W as opposed to your desired 100W x 20= 2000W. Now you will be consuming one/sixth of the power station's rated output with the same amount of light in lumens. Do you see the benefits now?
Answered by: Daveyd007
Date published: 2017-01-10

When will this be available online/stores?

Asked by: Charlie
Hi Charlie, and thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This is an online exclusive item and is not available at your local Home Depot store. We are waiting to receive inventory from the manufacturer. There is not an expected restock date available at this time. We have a new feature; you can enter your e-mail address on our webpage to be notified when this item is restocked. Please continue to check our website for updates. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: HomeDepot
Date published: 2016-10-20

I'd this a pass thru system where I can charge and use at the same time? At 20v8amp charge thisunit should draw 160watt?

Asked by: Svetter
This cannot be charged and used at the same time, i.e. passthrough AC. I'm not entirely sure why they didn't allow that seeing as how the unit only draws 3 amps at 120V AC (360W), which means almost all tools would be fine on the same extension cord. Just means you have to put a splitter at the input in order to charge and plug into the same cord simultaneously. The charging rate is 2A per port meaning 8A total DC, but the consumption on the AC side is different hence the higher wattage (360W input, 21.3V*2A~43W per port for a total of ~170W output)
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2016-12-30
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Customer Reviews

Portable Power Station is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great portable power station! This deWalt portable power station is the perfect solution for the jobsite when multiple battery operated tools are needed! Without having to rotate battery's into the charger this portable station charges easily the night before and can charge up to 4 batteries at once making waiting for batteries to charge a thing of the past! It's light weight design makes transporting the station a breeze!
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great New Product From Dewalt! DeWalt is always innovating and this Portable Power Station is an excellent example. The Power station has 4 ports for changing any of the DeWalt Flex Volt batteries...it comes with indicator lights that give the status of each battery. This is very handy and keeps you from having to carry individual changers to the job site. BUT here's the innovation...this charging station can become a portable generator using the stored power in the charged batteries to power a 15 amp circuit...for corded tools or lights; a temporary power outage to run lights, a Fridge, or Freezer! No gas generator needed...just clean stored power! Another thing that's very nice is this power station is compatible with Dewalt's Tough Series tool boxes, so I have added it to my Tough Series Set and wheel it right to the job site. Two things to note...batteries are not included and neither is a power cord...just use at least a 14 gauge standard extension cord to either charge or move to out port to power corded equipment. I'm expecting to use this a lot on the job.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from absolutely amazing Absolutely love this thing. Everyone world love this. Last a long time on flexvolt batteries
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Overweight battery charger I had the opportunity to evaluate this battery charger. I have to say I was a bit disappointed. There are a lot of features involved but most center around the fine battery sets DeWalt sells. No cords included. It is designed to charge with a cord attached but so is the standard charger. The theory is to have a unit that will also power remotely from the attached batteries to power something else. WHY? isn't that the reason for the batteries in the first place.?. Why carry this beast to a jobsite? My truck carries extra charged batteries and my non powered jobsites all have generators.
Date published: 2017-02-14
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