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Questions and Answers for RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for ONE+ 18V and 40-Volt Batteries

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Model #P137

Store SKU #1005006994

  • Charges both batteries simultaneously
  • Includes: Dual Platform Charger for 18V ONE+ and 40V Batteries
  • Over 300 ONE+ Products – All Work With Any RYOBI ONE+ 18V Battery

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Q:Does a fully charged battery need to be removed from charger once it is fully charged?
by|Nov 27, 2020
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A:  I don't think you have to remove a fully charged battery but I do any way. Just to be safe.

by|Mar 25, 2023
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A:  Hello Pjl, Thanks for your interest in the RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries P137. If you are not going to be using the battery for an extended period of time, it is best to remove the battery and unplug the charger. I hope this helps and thanks for asking! - Eve

by|Mar 25, 2023
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    A:  I usually remove the battery once it’s fully charged. If you happen to forget and it stays on the machine overnight, no harm is done. The machine will turn off once the battery is fully charged.

    by|Mar 25, 2023
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    Q:Is the 40 volt charger on this charger same as the 40 volt rapid charger OP406 or is it like the slow small 40 volt chargers
    by|Nov 24, 2020
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    A:  I have both. The 40 volt rapid charger Model OP406 is slightly faster but the Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries Model # P137 is a convenient space saver if you need to charge both batteries.

    by|Nov 24, 2020

    A:  Hello Billmongi, The RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries P318 does not have the fast charge capabilities for the 40 volt batteries. Thank you for asking! - Eve

    by|Nov 25, 2020
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      Q:I know there's the dual chemistry charger, as a separate item, but is the 18v charger portion of this item allow for that compatibility?
      by|Nov 4, 2020
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      A:  Great question OldBenKenogbi! Yes, the RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries P137 can be used to charge both RYOBI Ni-Cad and Lithium Ion Batteries. I hope this helps and thanks for your interest in the RYOBI Brand! - Eve

      by|Nov 5, 2020
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        Q:How many watts is the 40V charger?
        by|Oct 18, 2020
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        A:  1 Volt equals = 4 watts. Do the math.

        by|Oct 22, 2022
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        A:  Hi Sean, I apologize for the delay in response. The YOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries P137 is 120 Watts. Thanks for asking and let us know if we can assist you in the future. - Eve

        by|Dec 2, 2020
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          Q:can you use a 40 volt battery into a 18 volts tools? like the portable water washer
          by|Oct 12, 2020
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          A:  No. Absolutely not! The RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries may be a dual charger but that doesn’t insinuate the batteries interchange between tools. I have No Idea how you refer this to the portable water washer.

          by|Oct 12, 2020

          A:  Hi Rey, the RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Dual Platform Charger for 18-Volt ONE+ and 40-Volt Batteries P137 can charge two different battery voltages, but the tools have to be operated by their respective voltage. The RYOBI 18 Volt batteries cannot be used in the RYOBI 40 Volt tools. I hope this helps and thanks for reaching out to us! - Eve

          by|Oct 12, 2020
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            Q:How long does this take to charge the 40v 4Ah battery pack?
            by|May 6, 2020
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            A:  A totally dead 40 Volt 4 Ah battery takes over 3 hours to charge on this charger.

            by|Jan 23, 2021
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            A:  About an hour

            by|Mar 30, 2021

            A:  Hi Brett! There are several factors that determine how long it will take to charge a battery. Those are the temperature of the battery, how deeply discharged the battery is, the amp hour of the battery and the age of the battery. Because of those variables we are unable to give definite charge times. Thanks for asking! - Eve

            by|Jul 17, 2021
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              Q:How fast will it charge? Can I expect the same charge times as the 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Rapid Charger?
              by|Apr 12, 2020
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              A:  Thank you DanInCO for your inquiry. The charge time is dependent upon the type of battery pack. Best Regards ~ Ashley

              by|Sep 5, 2022
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                A:  A totally dead 40 Volt 4 Ah battery takes over 3 hours to charge on this charger.

                by|Oct 22, 2022
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                A:  About an hour

                by|Oct 22, 2022
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                Q:Is this charger wall mountable?
                by|Apr 10, 2020
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                A:  yes It is wall mountable but it does not come with the screws.

                by|Jun 14, 2020

                A:  No, it is not wall mountable.

                by|May 29, 2021

                  A:  Yes it has screw hangers in the back, can be mounted horizontally or vertically

                  by|Jun 22, 2020

                  A:  Yes, It can be mounted with it either up or sideways with the built-in mounting tabs on the bottom.

                  by|Jun 22, 2020

                  A:  Thank you Lucky for your inquiry. The charger is able to be mounted using the instructions within the provided owners manual proper installation. Best Regards~ Ashley

                  by|Apr 21, 2020
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                    Q:Description says it "charges and maintains" the batteries. So the batteries can be left on after charging until needed, like the dual-chemistry chargers, without worrying about overcharging, overheating or causing any damage?
                    by|Mar 23, 2020
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                    A:  Yes you can leave batteries in chargers until needed. Doesn’t harm them.

                    by|Jun 17, 2020

                    A:  Hello George! Great question. The charger will periodically wake from standby mode to ensure the battery pack remains in a fully charged state until ready to use for that project. We do not recommend leaving the battery and charger plugged in at all times. Disconnect charger from the power supply when not in use. This will reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the charger if metal items should fall into the opening. It also will help prevent damage to the charger during a power surge. Thanks for reaching out to us! -Eve

                    by|Jun 11, 2020
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                      A:  Yes, they can be left on after charging. The light will show wavy green.

                      by|Jun 26, 2020

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