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Offline amcore

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Batterycharger in a Systainer!!
« on: June 22, 2020, 08:31 AM »
I want to see Fast Battery Charger for the 18volt line in a T-Loc systainer, for 2 or 4 batterys.. Maybe whit the base from the Powerhub so there is outlets to? USB outlet and Bluetooth connectivity to check the health of the batterys

Brainstorming now but also a digital display that show how long the charging process go in % instead of a bounch of small lights, also the health of the battery

now i have 8 batterys and 5 chargers and its frustating every time. [huh]

Well thats my tougts  ;D :P..
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Offline Cypren

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Re: Batterycharger in a Systainer!!
« Reply #1 on: Today at 07:26 PM »
This is a great idea, and now you've got me mulling over ideas for building a custom version, since I don't think Festool's going to give us a multi-charger anytime soon. Anyone have a suggestion for good sources to find broken tools to scrap for parts? Getting a plug-it port to use for the external power would be ideal.