Mac Allister Li-Ion Power Source

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Mac Allister Li-Ion Power Source

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This Li-ion cordless power source from Mac Allister is compatible with Compatible with the Mac Allister 10.8Volt lithium-ion battery and charger which features PowerSurge technology. It comes with an overload protection for added safety over a prolonged period of use.

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Features and Benefits

Other supplier data: Access door - protects the power ports from dirt and debris when not in use

  • Long lasting charge
  • Power up to 3 devices on one single charge
  • Connection bay - two USB ports and a 12 volt port can be used simultaneously to keep your electronics charged
  • Fuel gauge - green, yellow and red lights indicate battery charge level

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister Li-Ion Power Source
Brand Mac Allister
Colour description Black and blue
Battery reuse Rechargeable
Battery type Li-ion

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Mac Allister 10.8V Li-Ion 1.3Ah Battery

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