What batteries are interchangeable with Makita?

Sync Lock™ works with Makita 18V Lithium-Ion 2.0Ah, 3.0Ah, 4.0Ah, 5.0Ah and 6.0Ah batteries equipped with L.E.D. charge-level indicators. The following battery model numbers are compatible: BL1802B, BL1830B, BL1840B, BL1850B, BL1860B.

Are third party Makita batteries any good?

In their tests, the 3rd party batteries were failing – sometimes dramatically – under conditions the brand’s batteries are designed to endure. Tool brands’ batteries aren’t guaranteed to be perfect, but aside from outlier defects, you can usually expect consistent and predictable performance.

Do Makita 18V batteries fit other brands?

This wouldn’t be as missed a feature if more of Makita’s 18V tools had built-in fuel gauges. With other brands, such as Bosch, Dewalt, and Milwaukee, newer battery packs are absolutely compatible with all of their previous same-line tools.

Do Makita 18V batteries fit all Makita tools?

Instantly go from drilling holes or trimming the lawn to chopping firewood with the one battery fits all system. Simply slip the battery from one Makita tool and slide it into another Makita machine. The 3 powerful batteries in the range all offer different run times and charge times.

What is the difference between Makita 3 AH and 4Ah batteries?

A Usually as you increase in battery power, battery weight increases but Makita 4Ah batteries weigh exactly the same as Makita 3Ah batteries. Lightweight and shock-absorbing. The Li-ion range delivers 430% more working capacity during it’s lifetime compared to Ni-Cad and is 40% Lighter than Ni-MH.

Are Makita and Milwaukee 18V batteries interchangeable?

Function:If you have Milwaukee 18V / Dewalt 20V Lithium-ion Battery & Makita 18V Lithium-ion Power Tools. The adapter convert Milwaukee 18V/or Dewalt 20V Lithium-ion Battery to Makita 18V Lithium-ion Battery. So you can use Makita 18V Lithium-ion Power Tools.

Who makes batteries for Makita?

All major power tool brands build their 18V (or 18V-class) battery packs with (5) or (10) 18650-size rechargeable Li-ion cells. Bosch, Milwaukee, and Hitachi all use Samsung INR cells, Dewalt uses what appear to be Sanyo cells, and Makita uses what appear to be Sony cells.

What’s the difference between Makita G series and LXT?

The G-series range from Makita is a different lithium-ion battery platform to the Makita LXT range of professional cordless power tools, and is powered exclusively by the G-Series battery and DC18WA charger. *G-Series batteries are not compatible with the Makita LXT range of cordless tools or chargers.

Can you use DeWalt batteries in Makita tools?

The Badaptor Duo DeWalt / Milwaukee to Makita Battery Adaptor allows customers to use their existing collection of DeWalt® or Milwaukee® batteries with an extensive range of Makita® power tools, eliminating the need to buy, store, charge and maintain a new collection of batteries alongside the ones they already own.

What does LXT stand for on Makita tools?

Makita’s Lithium-ion tools have proved market winners and now Makita’s expanded range offers a comprehensive, powerful and lightweight selection of professional tools to complete any job.

Can I use a 5Ah battery instead of 4Ah?

Yes, it can be used and how the exchange would look like. If you are using a 4Ah battery and heading towards the 5Ah would mean that your application could run up to 25% longer. In contrast, if you want to change from 5Ah to 4Ah, this means your electric device will run up to 20-23%.