DEWALT DCB205 20V MAX XR 5.0Ah Lithium Ion Battery-Pack

DEWALT DCB205 20V MAX XR 5.0Ah Lithium Ion Battery Pack is a Premium XR Lithium Ion pack that provides up to 60% more capacity than standard 20V MAX battery pack (DCB200). This unit is a 5.0Ah high capactiy battery pack that has no memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime. It offers a 3-LED fuel gauge system that allows immediate feedback on state of charge. It has a lightweight and compact design that weighs only 1.4 lbs, allowing user maximum run-time in a lightweight battery. This battery is compatible with the entire line of DEWALT 20V MAX Tools.

Product Features

  • Compatible with DEWALT 20V MAX tools
  • Compact, light weight design
  • Premium XR 5.0Ah Lithium Ion battery
  • No memory and virtually no self-discharge

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3 Responses to DEWALT DCB205 20V MAX XR 5.0Ah Lithium Ion Battery-Pack

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tim Allen Grunt grrunnt Grunnt POWER! Oh yeah.. I really like my Dewalt 20v Brushless tools. the only thing i never liked about the whole setup as a Pro was the 2.0Ah batteries that came with stuff. I ended up getting a 4.0Ah with one tool i had bought and liked it. So decided to get a 5.0Ah.1 Brushless tools are pretty energy efficient, but couple it with this 5.0ah battery and damn thing just built and install 23 cabinet boxes and still had half a charge left. that’s about 40 screws per cab. ranging in length from 3/4…

  2. Anonymous says:

    My initial review was mistaken, so here’s an update and a user tip Quote: “Dead on arrival, could not resuscitate. I expect more from Dewalt.”Ummm. My bad. The issue was both of my Dewalt chargers were shutting down before they transferred any juice to the cells, so I assumed the battery was at fault. Both had charged my 2Ah battery just fine. What didn’t occur to me until a few minutes ago is that I’d plugged the chargers into a power strip with a rather limited ability to supply current to the hefty 5Ah battery. I tried again with a charger…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Dewalt 20 volt batteries