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Milwaukee M18 Redlithium High Output XC6.0 Battery Pack 48-11-1865

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Part# 12-05647
MFR Model# 48-11-1865


The M18 Redlithium High Output XC6.0 Battery Pack provides 50% more power and runs 50% cooler vs M18™ REDLITHIUM™ XC battery packs. The optimized combination of size and increased power provides a great solution for the entire range of M18 products. It delivers fade free power and runs substantially cooler through heavy applications, allowing tradesmen to push their cordless tools harder and longer than ever before. The M18 Redlithium High Output XC6.0 provides increased power in extreme cold weather conditions (below 0F / -18C) and delivers more work per charge, driving corded replacement on the jobsite. The M18 Redlithium High Output XC6.0 battery is fully compatible with 150+ M18 solutions.


  • Redlink Intelligence: Provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • Best-in-class construction: Offers long-lasting performance and durability
  • Fuel gauge onboard: Displays remaining runtime for less downtime on the job
  • Versatility: Powers more than 150 M18 cordless solutions
  • Specifications

  • Battery Type: 18 Volt Lithium Ion
  • Amp Hour: 6 Ah
  • Battery Line: HIGH OUTPUT
  • Battery System: M18
  • Voltage: 18V
  • Length: 5.46"
  • Weight: 2.30 lbs
  • Height: Display=3.22"
  • Width: 3.30"
  • In The Box

    • (1) M18 REDLITHIUM High Output Battery Pack(48-11-1865)



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