The M18™ & M12™ Multi-Voltage
Charger accepts all M18™ and
M12™ batteries, so you'll always be
prepared and productive,
especially on jobs that require a
mix of M12 and M18 Milwaukee
cordless power tools.
M18 18-Volt Lithium-
Ion 175-Watt Powered
Compact Inverter with 8.0 Ah
Battery and Rapid Charger.
The highlight of the Galaxy
M12 is its 6,000mAh battery
with support for 15W fast charging
over a USB Type-C port.
Using the Milwaukee M12-18SC 12V –
18V Super Fast Charger a Milwaukee
M18 B2 2.0Ah 18V Li-Ion Battery
will fully charge in 59 mins. Using
the Milwaukee M18 DFC 18V Dual Bay Rapid
Charger a Milwaukee M18 B2 2.0Ah
18V Li-Ion Battery will fully charge in 59 mins.
These lithium-ion batteries
have an amazingly efficient
runtime and power.
These batteries are heavier/bulkier and more
powerful than the M12
batteries since they have a higher voltage.
Able to handle the toughest to the
coldest of worksites.
Here's what they said: No,
there won't be a difference
in lifespan of batteries between standard,
rapid, and super charger.
Packs outside of High Output have a 'cap'
where they simply will not charge faster
on this charger. That 'cap' is comprised of
many things, like cell chemistry.
Rapid chargers are the
fastest way to charge your electric car.
You tend to find them at motorway
service areas or locations close to major roads.
When Milwaukee came out with
the rapid charger we swapped
out all our older chargers for
rapid chargers. The charger will
make a humming noise when
charging so do not be alarmed by the
if RED and GREEN LED'
s once again begin to
simultaneously the battery
pack is damaged or faulty and
will need to be replaced
. Remove the battery pack from the Charge
r and unplug the Charge
r from the 120VAC power source –
required to reset Charger PCB circuitry.