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Ridge Runner
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26 March 2020 08:09 am

Just found this new power pack that is coming out in 2020 looks like it could be useful,

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Products/ … ifications


Dig em all,

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RM Outback
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26 March 2020 08:21 am

Ridge Runner wrote:

Just found this new power pack that is coming out in 2020 looks like it could be useful,

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Products/ … ifications

You Da Man smile thumbsup I'll be investing in one of these perfect every tool in my shed is Red power beer I'm excited.

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Ridge Runner
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26 March 2020 08:39 am

RM Outback wrote:
Ridge Runner wrote:

Just found this new power pack that is coming out in 2020 looks like it could be useful,

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Products/ … ifications

You Da Man smile thumbsup I'll be investing in one of these perfect every tool in my shed is Red power beer I'm excited.

Yeah RM I think I might have to grab one too, I like it, it will run a microwave 40 times, I love my Camo Genny and the Dometic PLB 40's ive got but this Milwaukee is a must have Item thumbsup

J.

EDIT:- I just realized that 3600w is equal to 281 Ah. inlove inlove inlove inlove inlove

That would run a fridge for 3 or 4 days even in 40*C +

Last edited by Ridge Runner (26 March 2020 08:47 am)


Dig em all,

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PabloP
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26 March 2020 11:10 am

I can only find a 110v version. Anyone see any ads/info for 240 volt??

Rob P.


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Ridge Runner
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26 March 2020 11:26 am

PabloP wrote:

I can only find a 110v version. Anyone see any ads/info for 240 volt??

Rob P.

You will have to ask the Dealers about them but they should be 230/240v when they come here and to Australia, Or maybe they work on 100 to 240v like the fridges do, ??

J.

Last edited by Ridge Runner (26 March 2020 11:31 am)


Dig em all,

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Dihusky
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From: Gold Coast, QLD
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26 March 2020 04:42 pm

Interesting, when you're on the road how are you going to charge it? Needs 240v so you'll still need solar and an inverter. I can definitely see its worthiness for remote power on work sites, but camping not so sure.


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