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"DEWALT Cordless Fluorescent Area Light - Tool Only, 18 Volt, 13 Watts, Model# DC527"

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"The DEWALT Cordless Fluorescent Area Light illuminates your jobsite with 13 Watt fluorescent bulb. Features built-in telescoping and 360 rotating hook for hanging in different locations. The over-molded lens cover provides increased durability while the pre-heat circuit helps eliminate blackening at the base of the bulb. Bulb replacement is easy with the tool-free lens cover. Image representative of product Model# DC527 does not include an 18V battery. Power Supply DC, Volts 18, Bulbs qty. 1, Battery Included No, Full Load Run Time Hours 3 1/2, Battery Type 18V, Dimensions L x W x H in. 3 x 3 1/2 x 16, Light Output Lumens 13, Bulb Type Fluorescent. Tool only battery sold separately Over-molded lens cover provides increased durability on the jobsite Twist-and-lock tool-free lens cover for easy bulb change"
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Questions & Answers for "DEWALT Cordless Fluorescent Area Light - Tool Only, 18 Volt, 13 Watts, Model# DC527"

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Will this work with Dewalt XRP Lithium-Ion series batteries?

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The DeWalt area light can be used with the DeWalt XRP Lithium-Ion series batteries.
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do these work with 18 volt xrp batteries

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The fluorescent area light can be used with the 18 volt XRP batteries but a different charger would be needed to charge the battery.
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