Combi Drill is that which can perform a Variety of Different Functions. Brushless Drill Give High-performance With Brushless Motor 18v Lithium-ion Battery. It’s Shortest Head Length in Its Class and New Grip Shape.
The vast majority of Combi drills will have a hammer setting, this gives the drill an impact force as well as the rotational force allowing you to drill into concrete and masonry.
The Makita DHP481Z LXT combi drill is powered by an 18v lithium-ion battery and the brushless motor enables up to twice the run-time of traditional motors. The Makita DHP481Z will generate 60Nm of fastening torque (soft joint) and between 115-125Nm (hard joint), the highest torque yet from the Makita 18v range. Batteries and charger sold separately. It is ideal for DIY enthusiasts and professionals.
- Forward/reverse rotation
- Single sleeve keyless chuck allows for easy bit installation/removal by one hand
- Electric brake
- Twin LED job light with afterglow
- 2 mechanical gears
- Variable speed control by trigger
Repairing a Cordless Drill Battery
- This battery operation concerns 12Volt, 14.4V, and 16,8V cordless drills. First, open the pack. Take out the battery cells. and disconnect the connector on the top.
- The next step is to take a 15cm long speaker cable. To one side you press 2 slide connectors. On the other side, you solder the top connector of the old battery pack. take care of the polarity. You can see the plus and the minus on top.
- When the cable is done we can push the top connector back. To hold this in place we have to make a spacer from wood.
- Now we have to find a way to connect the battery to the old box. The best condition is when the battery fits exactly in the old battery box and that this can be closed. When not there is a possibility to use tie wraps to hold all in place. Another way is to saw the box open.
- For drills with a higher voltage, you have to use an adaptor with a 12V to 14 V unstabilized DC output. It’s easy to connect the adaptor cable to the charger because there is no electronics built-in.